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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e rv 4 4 rL ry7ta- k Y 4- y I I SUITSMADETO SEELIAth HOTEL VOLUME XXVIII NO LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 18 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS41 KNOTT Exposed In ills Little Game of Dlc toting Education Board Selections Connecting Link Between Post atj Junior Order School Nominees Superintendent of Malls ODonne1 Cornering Postoffice Bigots i MARSE HENRIS PRESS ARAB Stung by the expose In the Kentucky Irish American of the smooth attempt of Dick Knott and his A P A allies In their attempt to control the Board of Education by crying Keep politics out of the schools while at the same time injecting re legion In the campaign the Evening Post editor turns the vials of his venom and wrath at this paper IIn a half column editorial but does not atfempt to explain or deny his connection with tho deal made In 1910 whereby two of the socalled Good Government ticket were knifed In exchange for the support of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics the Evening Posts busi ness manager Dave Rose being the business partner also of Edward Gottschalk who led the Peoples or A P A ticket Mr Knott Is peeved- at having his hand called when he expected to name the candidates for the Board of Education while at the same time denying the Democrats or any other one the same privilege Tho hypocritical and Inconsistent editor also stated that the Kentucky Irish American did not represent the Irish or Catholics either but to combat this weak fabrication It Is suggested that he consult any county or State officer of the A O H as to their official organ the A O H be Ing the strongest Irish society In the world As another proof that the Kentucky Irish American has reprfl sented the Catholics In thin sectio- nlustcitcythe fact that the Evenlnt rostl1 s been barred rem many jtsAJ c oj f v t i1 JV muns c 1t 1 Mails iDonnell In the Post Office have not been filed principally on his fair and impartial views on religious matters or because he Is not a fanatic on the temperance question Senator Bradley line taken up Mr ODonnells fight and he will be given a fair and impartial trial In addition to this a watchful eye is being kept on the religious bIgots drawing Government salaries while attempting to persecute Catholic citizens President Taft has ever been fair In this regard and It Is expected that he will readily act when his at tention is called to these worthies some of whom gave him very weak support in the recent local primaries Some of this same click circulated a petition In the Post Office In 1910 for one of the A P A schoo candi dates and when pressed for Infor mation as to whether this was not a violation of the civil service laws weakly answered that It was found on their desks The remarkable showing made by Speaker Champ Clark In the past week puts a guletus on the Wilson boom and the injection of Ollle James In the Kentucky fight for Clark will have the good effect of putting Haly and Beckham out of Democratic politics these two worthies already crawling Into their hole from the storm of Indignation being heaped on them from one end of the State to the other for their attempt to peddle Kentuckys vote at BaltimoreBy to whom did Henry Watterson refer In Thursdays Cour ierJournal when speaking of the abusive press notices sent out by the HalyBeckhamnRhea trio when he said The matter Is being prepared by a characterless Arab having a desultory newspaper connection and paid for by the Millionaires Club backing the HalyJBeckham com bine The Kentucky Irish Ameri can will award three grandstand seats to the ColonelsHoosier ball game tomorrow for the first three correct answers PRESENTATION ACADEMY Presentation Academy Fourth and Brecklnridge streets will hold Its commencement exercises on Mon day June 17 when there will be ten young lady graduates and lit erary honors conferred on one According to a regulation adopted this year the two graduates obtain ing the highest general average for the entire year will road essays The highest mark was obtained by Miss Katherine Shea As the result of a tie Miss Arletta Pike anti Miss Frances Gabree will each read an essay BODY BURIED HERE The body of James J Kennedy of the United States Marines who was u drowned last week arrived here Tuesday from Windrow Md and was taken to the home of his broth bardstownr o SuaUd Wednesday morning from St BJ Kl louCh with interment Jf- tDiJt Look cemetery Saturday a hisj 0 c t r utTIf KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN mother Mrs Margaret Kennedy received o a telegram from the Navy department at Washington D C atu tag that he had been drowned He was a plumber and was serving hl8 third term having reenlisted 1 Louisville eight months ago He wtnr ra son of the late John tKennedy fc many years connected with the Cave Hill Cemetery Company His mother a sister Mrs Joseph Otto and three brothers the Rev Fath Emmet D Kennedy of near Mobile Kendnedy K C State Council Holds Annual Meeting and Elects Officers The State Council of the Knights of Columbus of Kentucky met In an nual convention at Frankfort on Tuesday when the delegates and visiting Knights received a genuine Kentucky welcome from the citizen of the Capital city Every council li the State was fully represented an the reports of the officers showe d great progress for the past year all the Kentucky councils being In a prosperous condition numericaly and financially Lexington was selected for the convention next year During the afternoon delegates and visitors inspected the Capitol build Ing and were presented to Gov Mc Creary An elegant banquet brought the convention to a happy close The following officers were elect ed for the ensuing year State Deputy Frank iP ODonnell Maysville State Secretary George A Burkley Louisville State Treasurer James Rodman Owensboro State Advo cate D M Cooper lEllzabethtown State Warden T G Robinson New port Delegates and alternates to the National Council P H Calla han Louisville delegate William Klapheke alternate James C Rogers Lexington delegate John R Sower Frankfort alternate Frank P ODonnell Maysvllle delegate Albert B Oberst Owdnsboro alter nate POSTPONED American Irish Historical Society National Convention k l+ The ationni yc L BvehJlon1f the I Arcan rte1 iRlsl alto Society wiKifh wasto d 1i djti i irpfN fr Ha Wee jftftheoil of the society which met lately In New York acted favorably on tM suggestion of the members living or the Pacific coast and in tho extreme South to hold the convention some time in August Dr J S Lee of Providence the President General of the society conferred with Presi dent CaVanaugh of Notre Dame and arrangements were made whereby the delegates of the society may be accommodated on the uni versity grounds during the national sessions The American Irish His torical Society numbers on Its rolls over 100 members They are repre sentative of all professions and creeds and Include the most dis tinguished men in the United States President Taft is a member and so Is exPresident Roosevelt Cardinal Gibbons Cardinal Farley Cardinal OConnell and other members of the hierarchy in this country are also on the rolls Ambassadors and Min isters of the United States Senators members of the House of Representatives officers of the army and navy judges and others prominent In public life are also active mem bars A large assembly of the mem bers Is expected for the national convention which will last almost a week SEWING SCHOOL EXERCISES The Plus X Sewing School In St Louis Bertrands church held Its closing exercises In Bertrand Hall Friday afternoon at 3 oclock con sisting of an exhibition of the handi work of the little girls and a musical programme under the direction of Miss Agnes iMcDonogh Short ad dresses were made by Miss Ethel drenley and Miss C Kane of the class and appropriate remarks were madeby Very Rev Father McGov era There were no graduates this year in the department bf cutting and fitting butmuch good bas been accomplished In the preparatory classes under the direction of Miss Emma Deppen Mrs P J Hannon Mrs S J MdElllott Miss G Phoebe Harris Mary Alice BIcBrlde Katie Collins Myra UIcAtee Lily Knoble md Dorothy dott under whose careful training the children have been trained from the first rudiments of plain sewing to work of skilled re luirementsREIGN OF POPES Nine Popes lhave reigned less than one month thirty less than one year eleven more than twenty years and six have reigned over twentythree YeArrrhe longest reign except that of St Peter who was in Antioch seven years and in tome twentyfive years two months and seven days was the reign of Plus IX who was Pope thirtyone twentyonedays Popetwentyfivecombined uceMlv reigns of these two Popes afire the k rieot In f1Ryseveayearsand mineyeas4- n ailttlt U i7 1 0 BUSSING And Opening ot the HandsomeI Church ot St Charles Borromeo Bishop ODonaghuoWillPontI flcato and Conduct Impressive Ceremonies Lasting Monument to Energy amid Zeal oi Pastor and People FATHER RAFFOS GREAT WORK Tomorrow the Rev Charles P parishda great event In the life of the good priestthe dedication and blessing of an imposing and beautiful church where his people may practice the only true religion and worship God For years pastor and people have looked forward to this day when they will see blessed d holy temple that will stand a monument to their energy and pious zeal for almost countless generations to come St Charles parish was founded by the Rev Father Raffo many years ago and under his wise and fatherly ministration It has grown until to day It Is one of the strongest in the Louisville diocese For years the people worshiped In the frame edi Lice at Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets their numbers constantly Increasing and requiring a larger church But with foresight they awaited until 1910 when on Novem ber 13 the cornerstone was laid and the erection of the present magnifi cent structure commenced Pay by day the work was watched and Its completion will be solemnly blessed tomorrow morning With Impressive ceremonies the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville will bless the now Church of St Charles Borromeo at 10 oclock and pontificate at the solemn high mass that will follow The Bishop will be attended by a number of the clergy and the scene will Indeed be an Inspiring one Rev GreenbpsItt- jjQrala tti t slott y au Knife tJ wll1R j th1lIniistoryester l her ap w 1ren er a programme Cialiy arranged for this occasion Prom all parts of the city and diocese will come friends of Father Raffo and the gathering will prob ably equal that which witnessed the cornerstone laying The style of the Church of St Charles Borromeo is Roman Doric as Interpreted by Vincenzlo Scam ozzi n noted Italian architect of the sixteenth century The design and plans for the building were drawn by C A Curtin of this city who rigorously adhered to the details both interior and exterior Outside the dimensions of the church pro 74x140 feet while the auditorium is 7x9d feet the nave being forty three feet long and fortyeight and onehalf feet high These dimensions give the Interior a spacious and im posing appearance Tle structure is composed of steel stone and brick and the floors are of concrete with Venetian mosaic finish The large and beautiful altar and communion rail are of marble artistically Inlaid with Venetian mosaic and brass trimmings About nine hundred peoplo can be seated in the church but 300 more can obtain admission If necessayy Here It Is worthy to note the rapidity with which this church was erected and completed Just eighteen months Tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock Bishop ODonaghue will administer the sacrament of confirmation to a large class and on the following Sunday morning many will receive their first holy communion from the hands of Father Raffo who has beet Indeed a busy priest and should then take a deesrved and needed rest HEAVEN FOR REWARD Another saintly woman was called to her heavenly reward on Monday when death claimed Miss Mary Mo Closkey sister of the late Bishop IcCloskey and the last surviving member of the family Born in Brooklyn seventysix years ago she came to Kentucky some twenty years ago to live with her dis tinguished brother sInce his death she had made her home at the Sacred Heart Home until she became ill several months ago and was taken to St Josephs Infirmary Miss IcCloskey was well known to a wide circle of friends throughout the State and was conspicuous for her religious zeal Herr funeral took place Wednesday morning from St betngInHOSPITAL FUND STARTED At a meeting held in the Knights off Columbus Hall in Covington on Sunday night an appeal was issued to the people of Northern Kentucky defrayingthebeth Hospital to be erected in Cov ngton The solicitation campaign TracyDrhospitalstaffdent of Ute Cbvtogton Industrial lfound4la1 KI r t o 0 of the institution it has cared for 9276 patients In the past ten years and from about 6000 of these no compensation has been received In the appeal It is stated that the old buildings are inadequate and must be replaced with a new and better equipment The new edifice will cost about 25000 EXCITEMENT Will Feature Mackln Council Meeting Monday- Night Excitement and red hot speeches will feature the meeting of Mack Council next Monday night when will be decided several points of vital Interest never before raised in the Kentucky jurisdiction Because of the animated and lengthy dlscussio that wll lensue the Entertainment Committee decided to have no pro gramme for this meeting but will present a double bill on the Monday following There was a good at tendance and a cordial welcome for the Rev Father Martin of St Anthonys who delivered an address that was appreciated by all present The Opera Committee was not read to report but assured the council that their undertaking was in every way a decided success Announce of the Improved condition of Joe Gathof and Albert Hammer caused much rejoicing President Adams who occupied the chair In formed the members that work would be pushed to have the tennIs court ready for play next week RECENT DEATHS Many friends and acquaintances tender sympathy to John J and ramle Logan 319 N street and Mr and Mrs Joseph Knapp 1026 West Market street whose homes were saddened by the death of a little son in each- William Welsh a highly esteemd resident of the Highlands died Sat urday night at his home 1319 Payne street of pneumonia He was forty six years of age and besides his be reaved widow leaves three sons and one daughter The funeral Tuesday morning was largely attended at St Aloyslus church Following ofyBrlghts aiseasedetmth on Thursday claimed iBenwsArmstrong who had a wide acquaintance In this city where he hadtsperil his life He was Issurvlved1i1ntrong former ytdetectivo L H Armstrongtot tlrd and Walnut Georget3tqtTh nursricks church Many fronds mourn the death of Mrs Nellie Chapman widow of the late J Frank Chapman who passed away Saturday at the residence of her mother Mrs Julia Hanrahan 312 Adams street Mrs Chapman had been a long and patient sufferer but strengthened by the sacraments was fully prepared for death The funeral took place Monday morning from St Michaels church Rev Mar tin OConnor being celebrant of the high mass of requiem Martin Joyce for many years a popular and widely known resident of this city has gone to his eternal reward His death occurred on Sun day at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital The remains were taken to the home of his brotheilnlaw Pat rick Hanley 2105 Duncan street Tuesdayinornlntrue son of Ireland a practical Catholic and always generous his death ismourned by a legion of friends Monday morning Mrs Bridget Feeney widow of Peter Feeney was called to her eternal reward at her home 705 East Madison Mrs Feeney was sixtyfour years old and a devout member of St Johns church from where the funeral was held Wednesday morning She had ai wide circle of relatives and friends who mourn her death Surviving her are two daughters and one son Alary and Annie Feeney and Edward Feeney two nieces Mrs Albert F iMartlri and Mrs Dan Stig litz two nephews James PandP- eter I Mallon Mrs Mary Mallon of this city and Mrs Mary Mullen of at iPaul are her sistersinlaw CATHOLIC KNIGHTS There was an unusually good meeting of Branch 45 C K of A- at St Marys Hall on Monday night President William Norton was in the chair and extended a hearty welcome to Supreme Deputy Harry Veeneman and State Secretary William T Mee han who spoke for some time on the work being done by this great Catholic insurance society Both pointed out its extreme safety and the ad vantage derived from membership Before adjourning J H Middendorf and Charles Hill were chosen to rep resent Branch 45 at the Henderson convention and It was voted to at tend the mass meeting to be held Wednesday night ARE UNDER BAN High school fraternities are under the ban of twentyfive States ac cording to a report issued by the Federal Bureau of Education In thirteen States laws have been passed by the Legislatures hostile to school secret societies whlje other States have prohibited them in the loeal schools It is stated that the- rnovemtat against high school fra irnltiM originated and still finds its great strength In the Wt and Ilitddle 1YNt o BONZANO New Papal Delegate lias Al ready Made Friends With All Classes Ills Quiet Dignity Extraordin ary Scholarship and Ex treme Courtesy Prophesied That Ho Will in a Pey Years Bo Created Cardinal HE SPEAKS ENGLISH FLUENTLY In the few days that Archbishop Giovanni Bonzano the new Delegate of Pope Pius X to the Roman Cath olics In the United States has been manyyfriends not only among those high In his own communion but also among Protestants This is due to his quiet dignity extraordinary scholarship extreme courtesy which springs from a true gentleness of heart and his tact and adapta bility to new conditions and most of all his innate spirituality After rive eventful days In Now York CIty as the guest of Cardinal Farley the Archbishop left for Washington ac companied on his trip by Mgr Bona ventura Cerretti the charge daffaires who hold the same post Lion under his predecessor Cardinal Falconlo In New York all who bade the Italian prelate farewell prophesied that he like his predeces sors would In11 few years be recalled to Rome and created a Cardinal All during the stay of Mgr Bon zano Cardinal Farley an American and n Papal flag floated from between the two spires of St Patricks Cathedral and American flags draped the front door of the Cardinals home The prelate was most courteous to the reporters al though he said he was not used to American ways The one thing he asked to be excused from was ex pressing his opinion of America I have only just come Please give me a little time to see Then I will tell you Just what I think of your wonderful country he said when presscH for an Interview Of all he heard while In Now York perhaps there was nothing which interested Archbishop Bonzano more thanikthoijhews that the Catholic rkcrims iaws shoutta vD at last a seminary in which to train missionaries to go to nonChristian lands This is at Hawthorne and Is the direct outcome of the long time Interest of Cardinal Farley known throughout the Catholic world as the Cardinal of the Missions The envoy said of the Foreign Missionary College It Is a splendid project The Catholic church In America Is now in a position to repay a thou sandfold for the benefits that were brought to America by missionaries who left home and fatherland to preach the gospel here when virgin forests marked tho sites of your great cities now teeming with a vast population When one considers that it was only a few years ago that the Catholic church In America passed from the jurisdiction of the Propaganda in Rome as missionary territory Itself you have done well to organize a foreign misionary college so soon- Archbishop Bonzano was a mis sionary for a long time and It was only when his health failed that he was recalled to Rome from China His Interest In missions however has never flagged For the last seven years he was connected with the Urban College of the Propaganda In Rome first as a professor and then as Rector which position ho retained until he was sent here as envoy As head of this college Mgr Bonzano not only trained mission aries but has kept In touch to a large degree with missionaries In the tour quarters of the globe One of the few visits the envoy made while in New York was to the office of the New York branch of mho Society for the Propagation of the Faith Here he received a warm tvfllcome from Mgr John J Dunn the director and all of his staff of workers Although this is the time Archbishop Bonzano has ever been In America he speaks English flu ently He has an unlimited vocabulary In the language of the country of his adoption and he seems to1 know how to use just the right wordII In the right place This wan remarked I generally after his speech of response to the formal welcome of Michael J Mulqueen the President md of Justice Victor J Dowling at the Catholic Club reception As the Roman prelate stood on a throne be side another on which was seated Cardinal Parley and spoke without J notes he made a picture not soon to j be forgotten by those present The j Archbishop wore the flowing house 1 robes of his office a dark red cape over his black cassock edged with the same color and on his head was I ai dark red skull cap Ho is tall very slim and clean faced He hardly looks his fortyfive years But his face Impresses one Instantly- as being that of a scholar Aside I from his knowledge of Italian Latin Creek English and several other languages he can converse and write In Chinese almost as easily as he can In his mother tongue At this reception Mgr Don ano took care to My that while he was new In America he was familiar with the ristorr of title country from Ita birth i I i r- zr r u f e 1 and that he had followed its development from the time he was able to read One of the characteristics of the Archbishop is his animation Ho has tone of the bubbling over man ner of many Americans but he Is on the alert every moment and nothing- Is too Insignificant to command his Interest Mgr Bonzano praised St Patricks Cathedral declaring that lIn hIs mind It compared favorably with the Cathedrals of the Old World ENTHUSED CathollcKnlKhts Call Mass Meeting For Next Week The Central Committee C K of A held Its monthly meeting last Friday night with Vice President Joe Herp occupying the chair A majority of branches were repre sented and the reports of Gen Reichert and Charles Hill aroused much enthusiasm regarding the com Ing Federation convention After several short talks the concensus of CatholicKnightsgreat parade and therefore It was decided to hold a mass meeting of officers and members of all branches In the Falls Cities next Wednesday night In St Marys Hall when plans will Be submitted Chairman Hill had visited a number of branches and was everywhere given much en couragement All Knights are there meetingWednesday Chairman Meehan announced that the Ritual Committee would be ready for the Juno meeting An In vitation from Secretary Hill to at tend the meeting of Branch 45 was accepted Oscar Maler ChaIrman of the Entertainment Committee meetingsoon be perfected for the annual summer celebration SPEAKERS For Commencement Exer cises at Unlvcrelty of Nortre Dame The speakers for the commence ment exercises of the University of Notre Dame were announced thIs week An address In convocation will be made on the evening of Juno 15 by Max Pam of Chicago and New York founder of the new schoolo journalism at Notre Dame Hlssubject will be The Modern yepaper 4ndaromQ IJJunewill be preached by the Rev Francis W Howard of the diocese of Columbus and Secretary of the Catholic Educational Association On Monday evening the Right Rev Thomas F HIckey Bishop of Rochester will deliver the principal address to time graduating class The bachelors orations will be delivered on Monday morning on the general subject of conservation of the United States John Patrick Mur phy of Milford Mass will take as hIs theme The Conservation of Our Resources William Everett Mc Garry of Boston will talk on The Conservation of Our Educational Resources and Patrick Arthur Barry of Bellows Falls will speak- on Tho Conservation of Our Moral Resources Cyril Joseph Curran of Rochester will be the valedic torian and Walter Joseph Duncan of Woodstock Ill will read the class poem EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION The ninth annual meeting of the willbeJune The Right Rev Regis Can evln Bishop of Plttsburg together with the local clergy are taking an active Interest In the work of the association and are exerting every effort to make tho coming conven ion the most profitable one that has been held In the history of the move ment The religious services will beheld In the splendid new Cathedral while the meetings of the association and the departments and sections will be held in the Carnegie Insti tute Time speakers for the closing public meeting will be Judge Victor Dowling of New York Judge Reed or Plttsburg and Very Rev John C Cavanaugh President of Notre Dame University STROKE WAS FATAL Friends and acquaintances of Ebenezer Morgan for many years stationkeeper of the Seventh police dIstrict were grievously shocked Thursday morning when they learned of his death from a paralytic stroke at his residence 932 West Oak street Officer Morgan an swered roll call Wednesday morning but soon returned to his home where he suffered the fatal stroke For twentytwo years he had been a faithful member of the local police force and was widely known He was also a popular member of tho Ancient Order of Hibernians He Is survived by his wife for whom there s heartfelt sympathy ANOTHER COMPANY Major Gen Michael iRelchert commanding the Uniform Rank G K of A has received from James A inlay of Now Orleans application for commissions for officers foresplendid military company forming lai that city The charter list con Lame twentyfive names but It Is predicted that this number will be doubled before the end of this montbu k r- J C L AI7ide l I2 HAT UNION MADE 2ISEELBACH HOTEL 20 Tie meat with first first FEDERATION t Pushing Work For the Groat Convention ol Catholic Societies Local Clergy Present at Meet r ing Held at Womans Club t The Cathedral and St Boniface Church For Principal lifansesP- ROGRAMME PARTLY OUTLINED There was a large and Interested gathering of Catholic men and women at the Catholic Womens Club when President Ganz called upon Rev Father Westermann to open the Catholic Federation meet Ing with prayer The reading of the letter of Vicar General Cronin and the Advisory Board created great enthusiasm and was grounds for much encouragement Quite a num ber of clergymen graced the meeting with their presence and delegates were received from St Elizabeth St Peter Claver St Michaels and St Vincent de Paul churches and St Charles the Great Society President Ganz announced that in addition to the American Federation the conven tion of Catholic editors would be entertainedWhen were called for Chairman E J Cooney stated that the Advisory Board had held two Important meetings at which letters had been addressed the clergy of the diocese extending an invitation to their parishes to lend their aid and i cooperation in preparing for the American Federation convention He also announced that the Cathe dral had been selected for the Federation mass and the religious services Incident to the convention but that the solemn mass of requiem for deceased members would take place at St Boniface church The programme as thus far out lined provides for the reception of all societies and visitors as the rifle in the city Send y August 18 all will mrk ceed to the Cathedr Right Rev Bishop Ol celebrate the Pontiff the afternoon the ml will take place stal Mm1fieremeet ngW on Bishop ODonaghue Gov McCreary and aiayor Head will welcome the American Catholic Federation to Kentucky and Louisville to which President Feeney will respond It la u also expected that Monsignor Bon zano the new Papal Delegate will be present and deliver an address Monday there will be business ses yandentertained by the Jefferson County FederationTuesday morning the requiem mass will be celebrated at St Boni face church followed by morning and afternoon business sessions During the day there will be special entertainments for the ladles who will bo taken on a trip up the rivermfor automobile rides and luncheon at time Country Club At 8 oclock at night another mass meeting will be held in tho Armory with Dr Peter 6 Ganz presiding Addresses will be delivered by Bishop McFaull a i noted Indian chief other eccle siastics and distinguished laymen Wednesday Ute programme calls for two business sessions and at night n monster banquet in honor of z the delegates and visitors Thomas Keenan stated that noth ing definite could be determined as to railroad rates until the meeting i of the Central Passenger Associa tion Thomas Dillon and David OConnell reported that reviewing stands for the parade would be erected adjoining the Cathedral and In front of the Court House on Jefferson street Magistrate Sullivan reported that the Armory had been secured for the mass meetings and that the business sessions would beheld In the Seelbach roof garden Alderman Barney Campbell stated that announcement would be made at the next meeting as to who and how many would have floats in the parade which is expected to be several miles in length There was an k outburst of applause when President Ganz announced a donation of 100 from P H Callahan and a number ot others ranging from 5 up Let tern of invitation are now being prepared and will be issued as soon as approved by the Advisory BoardoMrs Ganz who heads the ladies committee will make known their programme and what they are doing ntghtAfter r Judge Sam Boldrick for excluding the public from certain Police Court proceedings attention was called to the letter and suggestions of Arch bIshop Messmer favoring the forma Lion of a Catholic womens federa Lion Thursday night of this week thera was a meeting of the Executive Con iltteo at which many importan matters were given consideration ia report of which will be given later CLOSING EXERCISES HighlandPark I- Jment exercisesl early next month in 0- the school hall and announcement of the annuail picnic has lust been made taking pae Jtttgust 21 h- U I I KENIUOKY r i H Ar gRXOAN k Ku V llfiMERIGfiNAiTskd to tile Social sad Moral Advancewesreat et Irish Americans and CatHellci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ot Hibernian Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publl her SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY ac Bnttrcd at the LcnllYlIU Poitottlct a SecondClue rutttr IMreiitll CoBtnaalMtUni to the KENItlCKY IRISH AMERICAN 319 II Weal Oren St rLOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 18 1912 HIDDEN PATRIOTISM S We see by the large cut and dls play In the Evening Post that Gen Nelson A Miles the new national A P A leader will lecture on Patriotism Wednesday evening at the Scottish Rite Cathedral and ad mlslon by card only The casual observer would hardly expect pa triotism a subject to be discussed behind closed doors TIlE PEST Writhing and wriggling under the expose by the KentuckY Irish Amor Lcan of Its prescriptive policy the hypocritical Evening Pest which Is boosting the candidacies of Theodon r Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson made a sorry effort to reply the other day basing its alleged answe on a take communication from1 Catholic subscriber but as usual the canting hypocrite attempted to ease over the direct point at Issue which was that this organ of fraud and deception connived at If It di not deliberately aid In the defeat o- a f certain candidate on the Citizens ticket for member of the Board olf Education two years ago because olf his religion The gratuitous fling In the Pest that the Irish American speaks fo neither the Irish nor the Catholics will not distract the attention of the public from the charge made In this paper and which the erratic editor of the Pest has made a weak attempt to evade The increasing subscrip tion list of the Kentucky Irish American and the words of commendation for this paper heard on every band from a pleased con stituency are most satisfactory ev nces of the evergrowing and Mng clientele to which this Hant Henry Watterson Pest Is a malicious ins sheet and an md Pariah among gd the pubHcknbw8jie hit thenail square on the heado Distrusted by all it poisons and Jonahs every cause It advocates Finding it could not soft soap and cajole Collector of Internal Revenue Ludlow IT Petty Surveyor of the Port J Frank Taylor and other Federal officials la the Louisville Customhouse into doing its bidding It now seeks to villify them Even at this time ready to take up the tight for tho Frankfort ring headed by Haly and iBeckham it has been warned by them not to pose as their champion as It would do more harm than good and its fulminations do more damage at the breach than i at the nuzzle Truly this Journalistic hypocrite speaks for no party faction or interest In the recent fight between the Republican factions for delegates to the national convention at Chicago the Roosevelt crowd was handi capped by the support of the Jonah Pest as the leaders readily admit This Is the same newspaper that r claimed the honor of being the first 4 In the United States to propose Judge W H Taft for President and before Ills term was half through turned on him like a viper When Charles P Weaver was elected Mayor ot Louisville despite the fact that he was strongly sup ported by the Pejb he was not des tined long to enjoy the friendship i iofIts editor for before the time arrived for Mayorelect Weaver to be Inducted into office a few weeks after the election the Pest had turned its mud batteries upon him Illustrations of its perfidy and contemptible tactics might be fur readingspublic of Louisville is perfectly familiar with the renegade andI mongrel sheet that was never known to meet an Issue squarely and whose chief characteristics are deception and mendacity I I AGAINST PROFANITY I All Christians and especially the Catholics are tpbe congratulated 1 1 upon the remarkable growth of the Holy Name Society says one of the Influential dally papers In this fcpect It is 4t most significant pidencfl of the revolt against blasphemy ndo curltytbateveryw- herethoUII1idsof Catholic men are iplodgiaf thwawlve sot to take 1 the name of God in vain and to use their influence against public prot faniir No one can paw along the Ii- ItT I tltbacU1j FcltUy in the evening without henritjg mush bl hem e rued foul laauaie Ajt great des of it coma from young t men and lads which seems to indi cate that the habit is on the increase The police ate either powerless to check street swearing or are not charged specially to do so It Is well therefore to find an organiza I CathIolio church devoted to the work ofI stamping out impious and Impure speech and spreading the sense of reverence for the names of th Trinity that should be universal in a country professedly Christian It is to be hoped that ere long every parish in Louisville will have a Holy Name Society like that of St Louis I Bertrands which has a membership reaching far Into the hundreds WOMEN AT FAULT Mrs Gabrielle Mulliner prom inent lIP the woman suffrage movement expresses it as her belief that when a man marries a w man he pays her the highest compliment it is in his power to give He wants her for his cpmpanion through life thedtime ever comes when he insults her somehow she has failed to keep that Ideal alive Let us decide what an insult is It isnt a hasty word struck off from tired nerves as a shower of sparks flies from a passing Therman who says these hasty words isnt speaking them consciously to his wife He is hurling his impa tience with the days affairs his weariness and discouragement at the nearest object It might be his office assistant or the subway guard or the street car conductor But it happens to be his wife be cause at the moment of the explosion she happens to be nearest She should pardon this outbreak and take it at its true meaning which is nothing If a man is worth marry ing he is worth much thought and attentionItion will make his Easter duty Semamborahat butabpe raoro Wee1t remains for the performance of this Important duty Receive holy com munion before too late and exquisite happiness awaits you The Evening Post so far forgot itself last Saturday as to call Henry Watterson a gentleman Where was the blue pencil One argument against a third term for a President would seem to be the canddate FONTAINE FERRY For its third week of the season which begins Sunday Fontaine Ferry will present an extraordinary CARL lCUIJLOUGHII line of attractions headed by a bigI aUcomedy show Among the well known vaudeville acts will be the following Charles Bt Lawlor the famous singing comedian and his two charming daughters in a vocal J character sketch The Sidewalks of I New York Carl McCulJough the I dynamite comedian in Footlight impressions the Plcchianl lroupeII a famous European acrobatic circus DoFaye Sisters known as the Brlnkley banjo and dating girls I md Gardener and Revere in a True Variety Act iNatiello and his splendid band will again be heard n popular concert programmes which will be changed on Sunday md Wednesday with a special music programme made up entirely of request numbers on Friday night HAVE LEFT ROME Letters received Tuesday bring news that Henry Bouquet and wife who are making a tour of Europe werq in Rome the first ten days of MB month when they were received n audience by HB H61ln M Plus X- Tbey left Home for Florence and will spend next week in Switzerland ldtlt are in excellent health and en ylm the trip From SwiUerland Ihf hair go to Pjsaoe surd Germany JI r U Q n n rOcITv KK J E Maloney of Earlngtonl was a visitor here the first of the week Mrs Laura iB Cross had as her guest last week Mrs F MRyan of CloverportHon Clements and James S Rodman of Owensboro were here Monday Miss Mary Hagan was last week the guest of her aunt Mrs Charles Coyle at New Haven Joseph W Brady came down from Covington on Tuesday and was reg istered at the Seelbach D V Phelan was among those from Louisville who were registered this week at West Baden Mrs Mary B Alvey has gone to VisIItlngWilliam IF Klalr of Lexington weekestopping at the Tyler Hotel I I OF ST Mrs John J Lyons West Mai street New Albany is spending week at French Lick Springs Thomas Nugent and wife of Lo Angeles have been visiting relativeear and friends in New Albany former home Frank Receuver and wife hay reached Dublin from Killarney Ireland where they will visit and the go to London Miss Mamie Dillon Miss And Mao Baldwin and W W Long hav been enjoying a weeks sojourn a French Lick Springs The Misses iFoley of Pewea Valley had Misses Mayme Barrett and Cora Wallace as visitors for thE latter halt of last week MIss Anna Wentzell of Portlani has returned from anextohded vial to relatives and friends in Lexlngtoi and the tBluegrass section Mr and Mrs M J Costigan o Newport are here for the races an- a two weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Scott Moore at Pewee Valley Mr and Mrs Thomas Lynch Mist Mamie Burke and Anthony Winber- were recent visitors at West Point the guests of Mrs J 01 Lynch Mrs Catherine Callahan who wa the guest of Mr and Mrs Joh- Cronln in South Louisville has re turned to her home in Frankfort Miss Sallie Meehans man friends will be rejoiced to learn tha she is rapidly recovering from the operation she underwent at St Josephs Infirmary Mrs Susan Hagan wnnouncea th e engagement of her daughter Miss Mary Joseph Hagan to William A Perry The wedding will take place t Wednesday June 26 Mrs T C Caummisar has announced the engagement of her daughter Miss Carrie Lillian Caum mlsar to AF Loeser The wedding will take place June 19 Edwin J and Joseph B OBrien nave had as their guest Bernard Faure of Paris France Saturday they returned froma two weeks sojourn at French Lick Springs Registered In the city the early part of this week were Messrs J E Marion of Henderson Sam J Spalding of Lebanon T F Spalding of Bardstown and B J Molo ban of Bardstown Mrs IE P Mooney and Miss Mary Shinnick ot Cincinnati returned home the first of the week after vis Iting their brother Ed D Shinnick- at Sholbyville and relatives and frIends in Louisville Miss Agnes Faley sailed Saturday from NeW York for Ireland where he will spend the summer Before her departure from Louisville a dance was given in her honor at the Catholic Womans Club Mrs Clements and daughter Miss attie of mother and sister of Mrs Fred A Snqdgrass arrived in Little Rock Ark last week to be with Mrs Snodgraw who has been quite HI for some time past I Joseph O Bryne announces the en agement of his daughter Mise- Anna May OlBryne to William M iresel The ceremony will be performed at lit Johns church afternoon June bat 3- oclock Her Father JJ Fitzgerald pastor of St Leos church Hlghlanii Park has been spending the meek at hlr short sojourn there will restore health which hoe been troubling lm for some time put r 0- U n riliki JItM LI l WEDDING GIFTSI FOR JUNE BRIDESWe have a large and comprehensive assortment of beautlful pieces in Solid Silver and Sheffield Plate embracing Tableware of many designs Candelabra Silver Service etc K of C Emblems In pIis harms buttons Gold and silver novelties dia I monds and other precious stones in beautiful settings Select Now SE LEDMAN 6c SON 410 West Market St II You Can Rely on Ledntane I CHARLES FALIC ELECTED Charles Falk with Levy Bros will represent the Louisville Retaill Clerks Association at the natlona11 convention to be held next July at ICHURCH CHARLES BORROMEO Morganfield redneeday ErinGoufsville n Columbus Ohio The meeting was a largely attended and although the honor is a coveted one it was be stowed upon Mr Falk by a prac- tically3 unanimous vote HHIfflR OP GOL1IHSI 0 Late News That Will Interest 1 Members Here and Elsewhere organs ized a baseball team Conway Samuelsrepresented Jef fersonville at the State convention at Indlanapols The recent initiation at Marion Ind increased the membership fortyfour receiving the three de grees t The Knlghtsfdr Tasper Ind are arranging for special train service whoa they hold their initiation on June 2 llepresentad passage of the bill making Columbus day a legal holiday There will be a big joint initia thegand Loogootee Niagara Falls Knights have formed an organization for the pur fundefor a new home Chicago claims to have outdis tanced New York That city has 16000 members 1600 of whom be long to the Fourth degree Sixty candidates will be initiated at Burlington tomorrow Speakers from all over the State will address the banqueters in the evening This has been a big week for the order Reports from State convent Lions show a wonderful increase In numbers and promises for its con tinuance Minnesota Knights will run a spa cial to the unveiling of the Colum bus monument at Washington From various parts of the Northwest will come Knights who are to make the tripOne hundred delegates attended the Wisconsin State convention at Green Bay That State will send five delegates to Colorado Springs A hew council was instituted Sun day at Portage WIs GOOD FOIL HALL Through the suggestion of Senator William O Bradley Co1 W L Hall of this city has received his commis sion as Assistant SergeantatArms at the Republican national conven I tion to be held in Chicago Another plum for the Kentucky Senator DELMONT EXCURSION The Delmont Club will give its second and last river excursion next Thursday night on the large and elegant fivedeck steamer Island Queen These excursions have al ways proved popular and the vari ous committees have done everything that will go to make a pleasant even Ing The boat will leave the Fourth street wharf at 8 oclock returning In ample time for street car connec tions BUILDING PERMITS Rev Father Willett pastor of St James church Edenslde avenue and the tBardstbwn road this week filed application lor a building permit for = 1InJ1 It completed by July 1 of next year Rev Fattier Ackermannj of St Philip Nerds has taken out d permit for the erection of an 8000 school building which will be a valued addition I to his church property ali the parlhiis growing rabidly1 and there had been a great increase in the BHm er of ehildrtnJattandlng hD l1Ir1 FERRYli XTRAGOOD VAUDEVILLE Daily Matinees including Sun day all scats lOc Night lOc and SOd Free Concerts By Natlellos Band MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS THE BIG PA- RKRIVERVIEW The Show Place of the South EveningWitha huge treat to the thousands of men women and children of Louisville Free daily concerts by Don Phllippini and his band of thlrtyfive PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics SocialsOutings 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of Interest to the division President John H Hennessy an nounced that the division woul- have charge of the refreshment priv- Ileges and wheel at the County Board picnic on Monday June 24 a Phoenix Hill Park and appointe- the following committee to distribute the tickets among the members Thomas Lynch Thomas J Langan and John J Barry Corporal Pat Kenealey was present after a long absence and delivered a few remarks on the benefits of the order and promised tobo present at meetings whenever possible A communication was received from James Hourigan a pioneer xmember of the division sending best regards to all of his former friends and acquaintances and stating that he wished a trans fer card to his new home in Indianapolis John Callahan requested the privilege of the floor and stated that he wished to deny the rumor that he wished to transfer to the Ladles Auxiliary and that he would further prove his allegiance to Division 4 by selling more tickets to the picnic than any other member CATHOLIC LEAGUE SCHEDULE The baseball clubs of the Catholic League will contest tomorrow as follows St William vs St Louis Shawnee No 2 St Anthony vs St Charles Spring Bank 1Park Holy Cross vs St Brlgld Shawnee No1 and St Martin vs Holy Trinity Palrmount Park New Albany AH of the games were postponed last Sunday morning In the league much to the disappointment of many of the followers of the different teams and large crowds are expected at the different grounds tomorrow morning Games called at 930 oclock APPOINTED ENGINEER John V McDermott a popular and well known engineer residing on Grand avenue was this week elected by the State Sinking Fund Commis sion to the responsible position of Chief Engineer of the power plant of the State Capitol at Frankfort There here a number of applicants for the place but In the examination the Louisville man came off with flying colors Experienced careful and reliable the flommlslson will find Mr McDermott the right man for the place SERVICES AT ST LEOS St Leos church of Highland Park will hold the annual May cole bration tomorrow afternoon with a procession of the children and the young Ladies Sodality followed by vespers and sermon by Rev Father Ignatius 0 M F Services will begin at 3 oclock On tie following Sunday May 26 a class of toys and girls will receive their first holy communion at the 8 oclock mass which will be said by Rev Father Fitzgeraldl who wilt deliver the i tiU sermonGIVEN GLAD HAND Capt William Laffey formerly of this city but now holding a respoh sibla position with the Illinois Cen tral Company at Memphis Tenn was a welcome visitor here this week and was given the glad hand by a legion of his old friends Capt Laffey has been with the Illinois Central for years and enjoys the con fidence of the officers and employes who expect to see him rise still higher NOVEL BIRTKDAr PARTY The pupils of St Josephs paro chial school have arranged to enter tain their friends with a birthday party next Wednesday afternoon and evening In the school hall 1420 East Washington street New and novel forms of entertainment will be provided for those who attend The little folks Invite all their friends to be present BENEFIT FOR KNIGHTS Monday and Tuesday nights there vlll be a pleasing entertainment at St Boniface Hall when a carefully selected company will present Tress B yond the Rockies a fouract drama that has been well received wherever produced It will be given under tho auspices of the Knights of St John and will be for the benefit of the District Commandery IIYMENEAI In St Clares church at Colesburg- on Wednesday there were two mar riage ceremonies performed by the Rev Father John Gastalde The con MaryspinkFrank Brace of Huntington Ind and Miss Lillian Hoffman of the county and William A French of Bullltt county BURNS PROVE FATAL Mrs Maymo Spinner aged twenty seven and a popular young matron of Covington sustained burns on Friday morning at her home 505 herdeathSaturday Her funeral took place from St Patricks church Tuesday morning attended by a large concourse of mourning friends BOOK TO BEAD yjargaretB Travelsha series of letters from a low York girl touring the Continent to her chum In Chicago Is the latest from the press o- fPJ Cenedy Sons NeW york and will well repay perusal This book oft travel Is unusual In many way u thy author has Intuited into the lerolne a uenie of humor which make thee reading delightfully intef uDIadd as Margaret IB a reald n rb I j I I JOHN B STRUBE JEWELER Watches Diamonds Sgt HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY dALL WORK GUARANTEED YoudThat For 15 Years We HaVe Made Old Hats Like New National Hat Cleaning Works CON J KOLB Prop PANAMA AND STRAWS CLEANED and BLEACHED HomePhone 5161 533 West Market Street Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEQh 113 W Broadway lonliville Ky Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro James Dit WE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND HANG ISFOOT ROOM SIDES AND CEILINO FO- R35O GULLEY WALL PAPER STORE Seventh and Oak Sis Cumb S 2692A Home 6225 HENRY flUROLD DBAXXR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phone 4330 524 W WALNUT i HOME PHONE 3924 Ftrel T Heffernan Grocery and Cafe FINE WINES AND LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCO N W Cor 35th and Madison GIVE ME A CALL girl her descriptions are out of the ordinary Twentyfour full page Illustrations add much to the beauty of this work It can be ordered from the Rogers Book Company this city TODAY Crippled Colonels and Jim my Burkes Aggrega atlon Meet Our crippled Colonels open an elevendays home stay with Indian apolis this afternoon and even in their wretched condition will be able to give Jimmy Burkes Hoosiers a run for their money as the latter team although lucky In the way ol injuries do not seem to be able to strike their stride Manager Jack Tlghe and the Louisville team cer tainly have the sympathy of the fans In their unbroken chain of mis fortunes and are hoping for a break In their luck which seems to be on a par with the Philadelphia Ameri cans who at the beginning of the year were looked on as sure pennant contenders from the start but have acIcountspite of this no one believes them to be out of the race and this applies to Louisville which is bound to make a showing as the material Is surely there and the leader is every thing we wish for After the four games with Indianapolis the Colum bus team play their firs series with Louisville Frlels Senators now be- Ing the Association leaders but look as if playing away past their form FOR WOMANS EYE i I Taffetas crepes satins and Turkish toweling are in the foremost march of fashion I Ofjbrodouble brims and little or no trim ming are featured Revivals from the crinoline period are making their appearance In tho hats of the moment White Is leading In footwear gloves neckwear parasols and genera dress accessories Black and white foulard will be greatly In favor for morning frocks for wear In the parks I The panler gown isI being vigor ously exploited but its ultimate sue cess Is by no means certain ii Accordion plaiting has been revived and many of the newest skirts are treated In this manner I Many hats are trtmmed with a color which is repeated in the hose worn with the smartest suits Scalloped edges area feature of the season and are met with on taf embrolderyI The linen of thin jtaaBaer tl soft woolenmaterials I pretty iockllf v J TRINITY COUNCIL Entertains Opera Participants With Euchre and Dance At the regular meeting of Trinity Council Y rM I last Monday even Ing a membership cpmpafgn was lInaugurated the purpose of which IIs to secure If possible fifty new mem bers by July is and President John M Hennessy impresed upon the large attendance that every member should constitute himself a commit tee of one to make this possible The Picnic Committee reported that they had made preliminary arrangements for the annual outing which la to be given at Fern Grove on Wednes day August 10 and hoped to make It surpass like events of former years On Tuesday evening the cast chorus and all of the ladies and gentlemen Identified with the recent dramatic success Sergeant Kitty were entertained by the council with a supper and dance the members donning white aprons and acting as waiters The affair was much en Joyed and all were loud In their praises of Trinity as a host PRINTERS MASS The eleventh anniversary of the Institution of the printers mass 1In St Andrews church New York City now known throughout the world was celebrated last Sunday at 230 oclock A double quartette of pro fessional singers and a chorus of thirty trained voices accompanied by the orchestra of the Orpheum Thea ter Brooklyn sang Gounods Messe Sollennelle The Very Rev Dr John Cavanaugh President of the University of Notre Dame Indiana preached the sermon Dr Cav- anaugh is one of the most polished pulpit orators in America today LARGE COMMUNION CLASS Tomorrow morning at St Boni face church Jackson street and Fehr avenue 181 children wilt approach the holy table and receive their first holy communion For this occasion the Franciscan fathers and people of St Boniface have made great preparation and time solemn but brilliant services will make the event one to be long remembered With the many interior improvements completed this imposing church now presents a most beautiful appear ance NAKARETH ACADEMY iMlss Katherine J Klein has been chqsen for salutatoriart and Miss Benlta Murphy will read the vale dlctory at the commencement exer cises at Nazareth Academy next month Both are Louisville girls and this announcement will interest their many friends Miss Klein Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Edmund Klein of longest avenue and Miss Murphys parents are Mr and Mrs James Murphy of Willow avenue WILL REPEAT PLAY The Young dens Sodality of St Martins church will give another presentation of The Seal of Con- C ssion In which two successes were scored at St Martins Hall at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon At the preceding performances the S R 0 sign was hung out The play is one that appeals to every person and the company is directed by Rev Father Bohlsen ELECTED WARDEN Thomas Marra one of Jefferson vllles most prominent and influen tial citizens was elected to the office of Warden by the Knights of Columbus at the State convention held at Indianapolis the first of this week SET ORDINATION DAY Twentyfive young men will be elevated to the holy priesthood on Saturday June 7 at St Pauls Theological Seminary St Paul Minn The ceremony wil be performed by the Most Rev Archbishop John Ireland BISHOP SAILS TODAY Right Rev Camillus P Maes Bishop of the Covington diocese left Wednesday for New York whence he will sail today for Rome and later attend the International Eucharistic Congress at Vienna Austria The Bishop will be abroad six months WOMENS LEAGUE 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S4SseNO eN + 0 NN 4 eeON tNN 1 i rS C- N0 NOW i i t i GASSTOVESi LOUISVILLE GAS CO NNNN- Y Ueie e 1see ie w N 0e0M M h BAHNDN P BANNON JR LJ VEENEMAM illPree Mgr VleePret and Trias Ssoretary J Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED IlI- p MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK For Streets and Roadways F Office 521 West Jefferson Streett Works Hapolla Ave let 91h cam IDIfi TELEPHONE S73 TELEPHONE 1252ro HOMifc PHONE 7550 HOUSEHOLD GOODS Cl CHAS DECKELSON w IIRNX YRSTOVES RUGS I MAT TINGS ETC J2Jl East Market St North Skit Jet PrOton atffl nhn i 0- V i NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB SPRING Fifteen Days Racing Beginning Derby Day Saturday May 11 and Ending on Ken tucky Oaks Day Tuesday May 28 Clark Handicap This Afternoon Louisville Handicap Tuesday May 21 Frank Fehr Stakes Thursday May 23 SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P M HIBERNIANSI I What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Note The Indianapolis Ladles Auxiliary is arranging a special to the Chicago conventionThe York County Board has pronounced in favor of the Irllh home rule bill Division 7 met Wednesday night and distributed tickets for the Phoenix Hill celebration From our exchanges we glean reports of activity everywhere with In- Itiations at almost all meetings Louisville should organize a Chicago club to accompany the State and county officers to the national conventionThere be an earnest rivalry between the four divisions sellln tickets for the coming June celebrt lion County President Dolan was I1 in Bowling Green this week There 1Is material in that city for an excellent divisionNever were the meetings more interesting than this year They aro deserving of more regular and larger attendanceThe Board will meet agal next week and make further arrangements for the annual celebration at Phoenix Hill on June 24 Officers who expect to go as delegates to the Kentucky State convention will be called upon to attend their division meetings regularly New York Hibernians turned out largely and made a fine showing last Sunday afternon at the blessing of St Gabriels parochial school by Cardinal Farley Dlvlslon 4has its tugofwar toam intact and is again ready to meet all comers Roger Nohalty should organize a team to meet the Limerick men- Division 3 will meet Monday night and President Hourigan says there will be something doing Hugh is making this the live wire division of Louisville The Ladles Auxiliary of Portland Ore has subscribed 500 to the Hibernian building fund Sufflclon funds have been guaranteed ippui chase the ground outright J Wednesday night there was ri splendid meeting of the Ladles AUX Illary Their recent euchre and lotto party was a social success and added a neat sum to their already health treasuryDivision meets Tuesday night President Cusick requests the pree enco of every member as the business will be Important and interest- Ing Several candidates are due for obligationSunday was a gala day for the auxiliaries of Indianapolis The celebrated their fifteenth ann versary with a big county Initiation and banquet Some auxiliaries had as many as thirty candidates Philadelphia will send Count President Michael Redmond and twentythree delegates to the national ponventlon in July This wit perhaps be the largest delegation from any one County hoard in the countryWhen the members of Division I6- of Providence R I received holy communion In a body at tbe Churcl of the Olesed Sacrament they were complimented by Father Higgins upon their act of faith and for their fine appearance Between now and July 1 ever member of the order In Lduisvllli should endeavor to secure at leas one candidate for initiation This can be accomplished with little effort and would greatly strengthen the grand old order in this city lUVERVIEW Rlvervlew Park opened last Sunday and again demonstrated tls popular hold upon the Louisville public Considering the weather this week the attendance has beer remarkable and the crowds well pleased Don PhilippinE and his band have already become popular and the stock company has scored a decided hit being greeted by apprec- Iative audiences at every perform ance With more favorable weather Rlverviow Park will be the mecca for all who desire a few hours o1 rest and pleasure away from the noise dust and heat of the city GRAND RACE MEETING rSThe spring race meeting of the loulavllle Jockey Club is the beat held In the history of Churchill towns Crack horses from all parts of the United States go to make up plendid fields furnishing sport of he highest class Every day the grandstand has been thronged and nother Derby crowd is expected this fternoon when the Clark handicap wlllbe decided Next Tueadrfy the jouisvllle handicap will be run and on Thursday the Frank Fehr BtakM trill bring out the start of the turf tanager Matt Wlnn and his awo latee are to be congratulated on the ucceea of She meeting and tHRproyal given by the public PpHRNAN VS DOHRHOBFBR The Heffernan baMfraU e1r X11- 1teen the lioerhoofars t aaieaw- fternoon on the former i fro nde U U 1 D a FOR Furniture Of all Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to V WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST MONUMENTS Having purchased the entire stock of Monuments of the late Aluldoon Monument Company I we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to improve their cemetery lots at very I low prlces Give us a call at our ware- rooms 318320 West Green St i New Muldoon Monument C- iSOCIEIYDIRECTORY A O H v PISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday PresIdentMartin J Cualck Vice PresidentCharles J Finn- Recording gan Secretary Anthony J Tompkins FinancialI 1 SecretaryJoseph Far feir Finandali Secretary JOSJE Fai reUft80SW4 htt Market i evr J F Treasurer Thomas P Bawler SergoantatArmsIiouIaRoller Sentinel Henry McDermott DIVISION 3- tlMts first and third Wednesday hid Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut streets- PresldentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJ J Sullivan TreasurerJames Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J CKeofe Financial SecretaryJohn J Keaney 1607 Dumes- aBSergeantatArmsJ Charle Obst Sentinel Edward Brennan DIVISION I Meets First and Third Monday Ilneteenlh and Portland President Hugh HourIgan Vice PresidentJ M Maloney Recording Secretary Thos Stev ensFinancial Secretary John G Hesslon 1710 Baird Treasurer D J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Steven SontlnelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertraird Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Ba ryi Financial SecretaryThomas 1 Langan 807 West Oak- Treasure1Thomas Downey SergeantatArmsJohn Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Frank G Adams First Vice PresidentA C Link Second Vice President WUHan UhnFinancial Secretary Wra Link Recording SecretaryRobert Off borneCorresponding Secretary Qoorg J Lautz TreasurerRobert T Burke Marshal Fired Schuler Inside Sentinel Peter Andrlot Outsldo Sentinel Joseph Higgins at Thirtysixth and Walnut streets and this afternoon will play a picked team from the Battle Ax obacco factory at the same place The Heffernan club Is named after Fred tfeffernan former Captain In he fire department but now In bust one at the earner of Thirtyfifth and Madison streets with a tint claw grocery and oafs- DELBbATES TO HENDERSON Col Joseph P Medina andHA Yeen man were last week elected U epreeeat Branch 642 Catholic Cnlghta of America at the State onventlon tat be held la Henderson itxt tftpUmlwr The last State con entlon was field la this city three eon Ito MEETING Ii 1 IRELAND Record of the Most Important iof the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Rev W Scanlon of Kllmalej has been appointed parish priest of Kllkeedy and Tubber JRathfrJland mourns the death of James McAvoy and Robert McGafflr two of its oldest residents The closing down of Messrs Cas- sidy Companys distillery at Mon asterevan has thrown a number of men out of employment Arrangements for the electric lighting of Swinford are going ahead and poles kayo been erected at va rlous points in the streets- A handsome new hall tan been erected at Aughnacllffo County Longford under the auspices of the Columbklllo Cooperative Society The Fermanagh County Count has ipasscd a vote of condolence to the Earl and Countess of Belmore on tho death of their son the Hon Ernest Corry In connection with the sale of Lord iFermoys estate In Tmokell and Barrymoro the final notice to tenants has been issued by the Land CommissionersIn 1843 a rich vein of coal won discovered In the townlan of Skerry about two miles from Mid dletown A scheme to open the mlno Is now under way A sad fatality occurred recently nt Roblnstown when John Fagan aged ninety fell Into the fire and re- ceIved such severe injuries that 1 he died the following day It Is rumored that there Is a like llhood of the Towenane farm the property ol The McDermot near Ballaghadarreen being sold to the Congested Districts iBoard The Wexford County Council ha refused to accept tho resignation of M Browne of Bridgetown In tho hope that too may Improve In health and be able to resume his duties Much regret fs felt In Corey at the death of Martin Kavanagl builder and contractor The deceased who was widely known was esteemed by the general public tor his many sterling qualities An epileptic Inmate named 1fag gleiRegan in Corofin iWorkhoust became suddenly Insane and Inflicts such Injuries on other Inmates that ono of them an old woman name I Norah Broderick died from her woundsAt special court held recently at Wllllamstqwn several tenants on the Johnstown estate were bound itor the peace for twelve months The were charged with unlawful assembly and with having thrown mud and stones at a bailiff Judge Drummond at the Carrlcl onShannon Quarter Sessions af firmed the decision of tho lows court at Drumsna Petty Session I sentencing Joseph Campbell to fivE weeks Imprisonment for alleged assault on James Mitchell John McDonough who for nearly thirty years was station master OI1 the Midland Great Western line at Trim has been transferred to Blanohardstown much to the regret of the commercial and traveling put He with whom he was highly Pop ular Tho Irish language Is making sat isfactory progress in Balllnasloe an the surrounding district Much 01 this progress Is duo to the zeal 01 Father OConnolIy who has mad Irish a live study In St Josephs Coll lege with the result that boys wh were formerly ashamed to speak ItI now pride themselves on they knowledge of the mother tongue Glbbstown Castle the palatla residence of Thomas Gerrard D it was partly demolished by a terriblE tire which broke out after 10 oclocl at night The iDublln IFJre Brlgad covered the thirtysix miles from Dublin to Gibbstown In a little over one hour and fifteen minutes The damage Js estimated at 200000 All tho upper portion of the casts and ToOt have been destroyed PASSING OF OLD FIRM After more than halt a century it l the business of spreading Catholi literature the old publishing hous of D J Sadlier Co of Nov York City have disposed of thel publications The purchasers are P J Kenedy Sons of 44 Barcla street Now York City who are th oldest firm of Catholic publishers 1In this country being founded by John Kenedy jn 1826 continued by hit son P J Kenedy and at present conducted by the two grandsons Arthur and Louis Kenedy which firm publishes the Official Catholic Directory In conjunction with many other Catholic books CALLED ON SAD MISSION Roy Father John H Rley off helbyvllle was called to Fall River lass on Tuesday morning bya telegram announcing the unexpected oath of his sister He In expected to return next week from his sadI nlwlonl ELECTED WATnEN The Kentucky Distillers and Wholeale Liquor Dealers AMoclt ion held Its annual meeting in this My last Saturday and elected Rlch ardt1l TVathea to the Presidency For the past four years the position laa been held by J W ftCodilloch f Oweneboro o I For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best IJAMES OREENEI42- 7425 and 429 East Market Street I FREEFOR 50 RED AND WHITE LABELS OFF ROSA BREADUNION MADE You can get a Silver Tea SpoonRodgers Bros Make BAKED IN A NEW AND SANITARY BAKERY BY UNION BAKERS NEW CORK BAKING CO r i THERE IS A REASON FOR IT I The great popularity and demand for the celebrated QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE is due entirely to its great t4 1cney1 215 Market St near Second AWNINQSAND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mnil promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and 5sOBOTH PHONES 243f 1201 i M J MULLIN WALL PAPER PAPER HANGING NEATLY DONE ALL WORK GUARANTEED Home Phone 6771L 712 WEST OAK STREET Charlie White=Moon 1 THE COW BOY HERBALIST Sole Owner and Originator of COM CELSAR and SCIENCE SOPE Exponent of Gods Medicines Roots and Herbs Nose Office and Laboratory 37293731 W Broadway Loulsillle ky r N J FULTZt CLEANER ANDDYERGive Us Your Work We Will Do ItII RIght PRESSING Work called for and delivered HOME PHONE 2481 1120 WEST MARKET STREET IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANOPACTORBD BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated Irat and River Both Phones 2367 Also operating Hoosler Watt Platter Plant LooUvllU Ky JeffersonvtHe Ind phone 655 Falls City Spraying Co J H JTOROPAIAilsr Mar Whitewashing and Cold Water Paint Appliedwith Brush or Machine All Work Guaranteed nome Phone 0388J Office 823 Hancock St U H t t FX30C WXWK8 OBAKPXGK BE ALKOhB345 West Green Street UQUOKB 1 OIiJ siQSu On t