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Digital page images are linked to the text file. cir I1 val SUITS 15 MADETO MEASURE SEELLtLh HOTEL BUltDING VOLUME XXVIII NO 25 1912Y PRICE FIVE CENTS LINE Many Societies Busy Preparing Poi Catholic Federation 1 Convention p Will Have Floats and FullI Strength in Great Parade Papal Legato Cardinals Archbishops and Bishops Will Visit Louisville PROGRAMME BEING COMPLETEDI The Catholic societies of Louisville are all interested In the coming national convention of the American Catholic Federation which wlil convene in this city next August Andl besides this the people in general are willing to lend a helping handI in entertaining the distinguishedl gathering and maintain Kentuckys I reputation for hospitality ThisI week a number of meetings were hold and at all resolutions wereI adopted to lend every assistance I to the Louisville Federation which IsI perfecting the arrangements for theI greatest Catholic gathering ever heldI In this section of the country Wednesday night the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights iof America representing nearly every branch of that order in the FallsI Cities was held in St Marys Hall I when the support of that great or der was pledged those arranging for the national convention President John Schalda occupied the chair and after stating the object of the meet- Ing introduced Dr Peter S Oanz President of the Louisville Federation who briefly outlined the ob lects scope and work of the American Federation of Catholic Societies He expressed the hope that the re ception given this convention would surpass any that has taken placeI and also show the Catholic strength of Louisville The convention he said would bring to Louisville Papal Delegate Bonzano CardinalsI Parley and 6Connell thirty Arch bishops and Bishops hundreds of priests representatives from Germany and other countries and thou sands of delegates and visitors froml all the States in the Union This convention Would also prove that Li tlisfeattiCath611cbodyJ I lgyall and r ItIM fr7 b9ati for the church Its iaVdlnarprinclple Doing allegiance to God and country Others called upon were Magistrate P T Sullivan Col John 11 Whal ten Frank McGrath Col P J Dreen Alderman B J Campbell P M OReilly Magistrate George Bferry Gen Michael Relchert and William M Higgins Col Whallen told what was being done and stated that the line of march had been mapped out Positions will be as signed the different societies as soon as they report to the Parade Com mlRee Alderman Campbell an nounced the rules governing the floats and when Gen Relchert moved that the Catholic Knights provide a float and march In the parade there was not a dissenting voice This being the principal business the meeting adjourned till next Friday night when all arrangements will be completed Meetings with results similar to the foregoing were also held at St Martins and St Boniface halls on Wednesday night and at each a spirit of enthusiasm was manifest Monday night the S R 0 sign was hung out at the splendid new home of the Columbia Athletic Club on St Catherine street A special meeting had been called to decide wt part this strong body of young men would take In the Federation convention and the proceedings developed one of the livest of live wires Present and representing the Louisville Federation committees = societies and parishes were Cots John H Whallen P J Broen P M OTlellly Alderman Campbell John Weiss Walter Hlllerlch and others who were welcomed by President 4 lIon Beckman Col Whallen P M OReilly Col Breen and Alderman Campbell congratulated the Columbia Athletic Club and urged that it be represented In the parade The Federation convention will attract the attention of the country to Louisville More will be expected here than elsewhere and therefore they hoped all would be united for the success of the convention William M Wiggins William Den nis William Larkin Peter Koch John Schalda Wan Speaker and Will Holley spoke for the club They stated that the Columbia would go some and that the ladles would be with them After an unanimous vote to provide a float and turn out 250 strong tho use of the club house was tendered the Federation during the time of the convention Peter t Koch and Will Dennis want the bestI float and John Schalda and Presi dent Beckman have secured four of p the finest horses In Kentucky A recess was taken for the entertainment of the visitors and Inspection of the new club house When the meeting reassembled President Beckman announced the committees and work was begun that will win I the Columbia Athletic Club a com manding position In the great demonstration on August 18 KNIGHTS AND LADIES The tenth biennial convention of I the Catholic Knights and Ladies of 0 Lf0 ii J aJ U I EUcKYRSllAMEkicANII 21LOUISVILLE SATURDAYIMAY INTO America was called to order in Memphis on Tuesday for a three days session Two hundred delegates representing twenty States answered the roll call The first day was taken up in organizing and the appointment of committees Many resolutions were presented covering a wide range of subjects the most Important relating to the proposed rerating The bulk of the business was left for Thursday when the elec Lion of officers was to take place The Louisville branches were fully represented and John J Score was Chairman of the Laws Committee An official report of the proceedings will appear in next weeks issue DONATION Made St Lawrence Insti tute by Division 3 AOI1Pre- sldent Hugh iHourlgan occupied the chair at a largely attended meetln got Division 3 A O H Mon day night when three applications were received and Edward C OLeary was obligated Many sub jects were reported and were earl neatly discussed by Patrick Holley Thomas Quinn Patrick Horan John Hession John M IMaloney Tom Noon John Riley and others Charles Riley James llcCue and Joseph Lannon were reported recover ling from Illness that has confined them to their homes A communica Lion from St Lawrence Institute was read following which the division voted it a donation Lawrence J Mackey and Magistrate P T Sulli van told what was being done for the Catholic Federation and ex State President George J Butler spoke earnestly on the Chicago na tional convention and the State con vention to be hold later In this city Much interest was manifested in the coming Hibernian celebration at Phoenix Hill the members pledging themselves to boost this event In every way they ca- nLORETTO Pope Plus Sends An Autograph Letter to Sister Nearly 100 priests and dIg- nitaries of the church assembled Wednesday to Join with the Sisters of Loretto at the Foot of the Cross In celebrating the one hundredth an niversary of the founding of the first American religious order and to hOIr the memory of Stephen TheorEadIntle reLprie- atgaod41Mi4 r Apostle of Kentucky Just fro years ago young Badin exiled from his native France while still a deacon was raised to the priesthoodI of the Catholic church Carroll in the old St Peters Cathedral at Baltimore It was on these grounds that Father iBadin lived when he carne as a missionary to Kentucky and Wednesday afternoon a statue erected to his name by the priests of the diocese wan unveiled just a few feet from the first brick house built in Kentucky in which Father Badin made his home Be sides the prelates who were present hundreds of others who were unable to attend the jubilee sent messages of congratulation to Mother General Praxedes Among these were Pope Plus X Archbishop Bonzano newly appointed Apostolic Delegate at Washington and Cardinals Gibbons Farley OConnell and Falcono MOURN 1IIS DEATH Though not unlooked for news of the death of Harry R Swann came as a painful shock to his wide circle of friends and relatives Stricken eight weeks ago everything known to medical science was resorted to but without avail Harry Swann was only thirtyeight years of ago and was considered one of the rising men in the service of the Louisville Nashville railroad He Was born in Louisville and in addition to his service with the L and N was widely known because of his activity in Catholic societies and all Institutions and undertakings fostered by the church His funeral took place yesterday morning from St Mary Magdalenes church Rev Father Gausepohl officiating at the solemn mass of requiem The church was thronged by his associates In the L and N offices and members of the Knights of Columbus and other so cieties with which he had been identified ST CECILIAS The Forty Hours devotions postponed because of the recent mission will take place at St Cecilias church tomorrow beginning at the high mass and ending on Tuesday Father Brady will he assisted during their devotions by Father Fabian of the Passionlst order and a number of the secular clergy On Trnlty Sunday Juno 2 a class of 150 children will receive their first holy communion for which special preparation will be made An inter arrangejforCecilias school which will take place on Wednesday Juno 19 MEETING OF RECTORS Rev Father Charles Curran of Holy Trinity and Rev Wllllim Selberts of St Marys New Albany left Tuesday for Indianapolis and attended the con u3uS of irre movable rectors of that diocese Both have returned and will offi ciate at their regular masses jtomor OW J i f i Y c- J f AP A Fanatical Bigots Again At tempt to Revive UuAmer can Organization Woods and Morey ot Local Post Office Consplctous by Theiri Activity Evening Post Only Paper to Publish Official Call of Patriots SAME OLD DUPE AUDIENCE Another attempt to revive the old A P A and Uncle Sams Boys was made Wednesday evening when a movement was launched to organ- Ize the Guardians of Liberty I the new title for the dark lantern workers who are aching to save I the country in this time of peace while if trouble really comes they will be found skulking in the cellar or busy trying to bribe some substitute to go to the front forthem The meet- Ing was called for Scottish Rite Cathedral and an attempt was made to connect It with the G A R State encampment which was valso an nounced for that evening at the same place but when the G A R promoters found out the class they were expected to mingle with that evening they very promptly forced the Scottish Rite management to rent Macauleys Theater for their meeting and reprint their pro grammes accordingly which was done the G A R meeting being addressed by exGov Willson Mayor Head and others The only official notice of the Guardians of Liberty was published in the Evening Post being a paid notice stating that a patriotic address would be delivered by Lieut Gen Nelson A Miles at the Scottish tiLe Cathedral on Wednesday evening and that only those holding tickets presumably only patriotic citizens would be admitted the tickets being printed In a scab printing office as no union label was affixed The first speaker was exCongress man Haines of New York who stat- en that the Guardians of Liberty was n patriotic body that no foreign es thoo1i tfghtlh 1 dI tat f to l1Ii l iolntrrn U tf 1 tdird ItiI lorry Del Val hndannouncellan assault against the Guardians of Liberty and that all patriotic citizens should unite before the crisis Many are of the opinion that the exCon gressman wants to ride into public office again on the wave of a fanatical craze Another speaker was Rev Dr Barnett pastor of tIle Church of the Redeemer of Philadelphia who does not seem to mind a little thing like neglecting the salvation of his flock at home but finds time to roam about the country and attempt to arouse prejudice among his fellowChristians Preacher Barnett indulged In much sarcasm at the expense of the Irish Catholics sneering at their faith fulnes to their religion and then toM anecdotes of the iHostetter almanac type Lieut Gen Nelson A Miles the speaker of the evening was Introduced by Col Andrew Cowan who local Catholics believe was there under a misapprehension as Col Cowan has always been known to be fair and unprejudiced in relig- Ious matters Gen Miles read the platform of the attempted destro- yS S of liberty which consisted of a preamble of highsounding phrases but inx reality mean knife your Catholic neighbor whatever the cost Gen Miles also inferred that the Catholic church was taking an active part in politics but did not cite a single Instance where this was the case and probably overlooked the fact that Catholics divide In pol- Itics as in everything else as was shown in the recent Chicago primaries when Carter Harrison re received more Catholic votes than Judge Dunne and A J Graham both Catholics Catholic priests seldom meddle In politics as Gen Miles well knows and If they did their own people would resent their interference and what a howl would go up if our priests should become as politically active as the paid preachers of the AntiSaloon League Gen Miles also forgot to mention in his patriotic talk about the many Catholics who shed their lifes blood on both sides In the civil war or the bravery of his colleague Gen Phil Sheridan and Incidentally the charge of the Irish Brigade at Gettysburg Among those on the platform were Postmaster Robert E Woods Assistant Postmaster John G Morey exMayor Charles P Weaver ex Fire Chief Filmore Tyson D BG Rose business manager of the Even Ing Post Col Andrew Cowan Rear Admiral John C Watson The audience was comppsed principally of the oia stereotyped A P A dupes who are used every year for political purposes and who are always ready to foam at the mputh In defense of the American flag In times of peace only Much Indignation Is being ex pressed by local Catholics at the action of the Postoffice authorities who by their conduct are creating prejudice against their fellowCath tlmedraWjIai u 0J from the alleged guardians of liberty JUB1JGEE Celebration atLlttle Sis ters of the Poor Convent rNext Thursday morning there will be a unique but happy diamond jubilee at the Hornetifor the Aged and Infirm on Tenth street when the Little Sisters ot the Poor will celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of Sister Isabolle who has been with that Institution slnco Us foundation Rev Father CronlnAv O will be the celebrant of thf jubilee mass assisted by Father Gallagher of Ithe Cathedral who It chaplain and Bishop ODonaghue lll grace Ithe occasion with his presence Sister Isabelle who is noW eightysix and blind is too active work but until sheInflrmior sight she labored for in this community being pioneers In this work In Loulsvvjlle The order Is well cnown for ItSwork In taking care of the agedpg6r without re gard to creed nationality or colon All receive the sam unremlttlng at tention and care and at present there are almost 25 Inmates in the homo on rentbstrfPt The benefactors and friends pf Sister Isabelle will be welcome ti celebrate with her this very rare Jubilee MACK1K C f t Meeting MondayNlghtWz Full of lcltei- rnnJ wasI Mackin Council faceting hall well meld Monday Jifellt and as had been predicted there was plenty pf excitement iFollaHyfeg the trans action of routine pSsiness and re ports of commltteeViSroposltlons laid over from the preceding meeting were called from tjfiSgtable This was the beginning of arbate that lasted for an hour an Sthough good natured on all sId wi thewost exciting that has ftVkcrr place in the halls of Mack1s itl Force ful talks were Yf Jam s iRaldyCunlff Thomas C1hirluis Kieff- tad others with thSSrfsult that the assemblage was giveEatr Intellectual treat At the meetpnxt Monday nlgt the Opera LIniltteo will unite its report l will htil a pleasant surprlsei LarncmbEr- llsitlng cpmmltu ponfdJ J- Jatkot + aa4 diivRrIeItrpeTi rrrwy and Martin who delivered brief nM dresses full of advice for young men RECENT DEATHS The sympathy of the community goes out to Mr and Mrs Thomas J Grimes on account of the loss of their little baby girl Elsie Fern Grimes whose death occurro last Friday Mr Grimes Is a stepson of Deputy Sheriff B7 JH ffernan and IsI also connected with tile Sheriffs office Mrs Margaret Hush ag4 seven tytwo years and a highly eeomed resident of the West End died Tuesday morning at the home of her son Roger Rush 25j7 High avenue Several weeks ago Mrs Rush was stricken with pleurisy and because of her old age there was slight hope for her recovery Her funeral took place Thursday morning from St Cecilias church when many old friends and acquaintances paid their last tribute of respect Albert J Beyer son of Mr aud Mrs Henry Beyer Sixteenth and Main streets died on Friday nght of last week following a months illS ness of paralysis He was well known and his death caused wlde spread regret in the West EndBe sides his patents he leaves two brothers George and Henry Beyer and three sisters Mrs E 0 Schaefer Mrs John Bott and Mrs Thomas Small His funeral took place from St Patricks church and was largely attended The death on Mnday of Mrs Nannie Israel beloved wife of Will lam Israel at the family residence on Richmond avenue brought keen sorrow to a host of relatives near and far Born and reared In this city she was a fine type of Catholic womanhood and it was a great prIv- Ilege to have known her An Inspiration for higher and holler things is left to those who came In contact with the exemplary life she lived Besides the bereaved husband sire leaves three brothers and one sister The funeral took place Wednesday morning from the Church of St Francis of Assist Rev Father Rotheut officiating and loving hands laid her to rest In St Louis cemetery OENTLElIENSOUPTODAY The features ot todays racing card at Churchill Downs will be the Gentlemens Cup race and the Churchill Downs handicap both of which are sure to attract a crowd only second to Derby day In numbers Monday will witness the rup ning of the Juvenile stakes for two yearolds and Tuesday gebftway day will tiave the Kentucky Oaks for threeyearold fillies President Charles 35V Grainger General Manager Matt Wlnn and Secretary Lyman Davis deserve a v eofthanks for thc highclass race meet just closing eyery feature being on a high plane mad good dally cards f J tJ DEMOCRATIC State Convention tobe Held Next Wednesday at Plioehix Hill Park II 1 HnlyBeckhamRhea Aggregationr Fighting for Absolutor DIctation r I Charges Filedl with Civil Service Against PosfOffice Authorities ORGAN OF A PIAI MOVEMENT Alt is in readiness for the Demo crcatlc State convention which will be called to order at Phoenix Hill Park next Wednesday to elect delegates to tho National Democratic convention and also Instruct them as to Kentuckys preference for I the Democratic nomination for Presi dent which from present Indications will be an Unanimous one for Speaker Champ Clark as the Haly BeckhamRhea combination have seen a great light and are now clam oring to get in the Clark band wagon in order if possible to help jave the State machinery with Van Sant itS Chairman and to defeat Urey Wopdson as National Conimlt teeman The iBeckhamJHalyRhea aggregation are working hard to Itry and arouse opposition to the local Democrats who are united here as never before and also 5qtiaUy united on the point that they will have none of Haly and Beckhamin their affairs Precinct Cbmmlttee men will be chosen In every oho of the 220 precincts and they in turri will meet at Ltederkranz Hall on Monday and elect 131 delegates and alternates from the county to the State convention Jefferson county will send a united Clark delegation and leave no stone unturned to prevent the HalynBeckham clique from disfranchising them on account of possible technicalities The remarkable gains made by IRpbsevelt In his race for the Repub lican nomination has frightened the weak Talf men In the Cl1stom House and they lire looking for a soft place to fall tteyer reallY being for Taft In lie first place ndonly kept In tnt by the fear of Senator Bradloys wrath It Is Ttimgred that charges iererf lled wUKthePpstniastery Genr 0 P t 111 II tendent of Mails John J Fields for violation of the civil service lawo by political activity the charges against Morey being made by Peter Roser groceryman on the iBardstown road and those against Fields by Louis I C Evans attorneyatlaw The matter Is now in the hands of the Civil Service Commission Developments of the past w 5ek prove conclusively the Evening Posts part in the knifing of a- Board of Education candidate in the school election of 1910 because of his religion The Post was the only paper in Louisville to publish the official call of the Guardians of Liberty and the business manager ot the Evening Post was conspicuous by his presence on the platform with the A P A leaders This proves the close connection of the Knott sheet with this mongrel aggregation in spite of the editors frantic disavowals and his abuse of the Kentucky Irish American for exposing his hand THOMAS EDELEN We deeply regret the passing away of an old resident of this city In the person of Thomas Edelen who was long and honorably connected with active building work in Louisville He was the model of the Industrious tradesman and his exemplary private Ufo was a headline for others to imitate Mr Edelen had reached the age of sixtyseven years and continued to work almost until the final summons came when with resignation tp Gds holy will he yielded up his soul fortified by the rites of the Catholic church of which he was a faithful and zealous member The deceased was born in Leltchfield Ky but for nearly a quarter of a century be had been living In this city Besides his wife he leaves four sons Charles I Richard H and Leo all oC this city and Walter Edelen of Erie and three daughters Sister Mary Vivian of the Lorettlne order in Denver Mrs Charles ttJarbour of Owens boro and Mrs Edward Murray of South Bend Ind Rev Thomas White who attended the deceased in his Illness officiated at the funeral Thursday morning at St Frances of Rome church after which the re mains were taken to Ellzabothtown for interment FORTY HOURS TomorroW morning the Forty Hours Adoration will begin with the high mass at St Josephs church East Washington street and willI conclude Tuesday The services will1 include the usual processions andL sermons by eloquent pastors of the city who will assist the clergy ot St Josephs CORDIALLY RECEIVED ColI J P Reynolds Landis the ex Mllltary Attache representing Amer IIM In Italy before leaving Rome for thisI country asked for an audience wlttL the rope hv order to pay his n j respects to the spiritual head of so many American citizens After he had been received in farewell audience by the King and Queen he and Mrs Landis asked to have the honor of being admitted to the presence of the Pontiff This was willingly and Immediately granted so the Colonel and his wife were both cordially re ceived by plus X who kept them for some time speaking in the most at festlonate terms of America and showing a wonderful knowledge of the people and the questions now in teresting the United States Twill be another scare for the Guard tans of Liberty WORKING ror Good Showing In Hon- or of Their National Officers Division IA O H met with a good attendance Tuesday night with President Cuslck occupying Ithe chair Patrick Stone and Edward Cradlck were reported on the sick list but the condition of both was Improving County President Thomas Dolan and the delegates re ported the proceedings of tIll Cath olic Federation following which were several good talks urging that the Ancient Order make a good showing when the national officers Visit Louisville next August It wits decided to place a float in the parade and ask the four divisions to act as escort Encouraging reports were made by members who stated that there was a large sale of tickets for the celebration on St Johns day Another new member was obligated and several applications are prom ised All present were grieved to learn of the Illness of Treasurer Thomas Lawler who has beep con lined to his home for thepast week Division 1 will have communications from the national officers at tlie next meeting which all should at tend HISTORIC Even Will Be Cotumbus I Memorial Unveiling JUneS The unveiling of the Columbus memorial in Washington ton June 8 l promises to be 4 historic event in which the Preslderit of the United States his Cabinet Md other pffl c alLof the National Government re take part Very appropriatp y the KnIghts of Columbus will turn lut jn ivess1ve numbers tQ lion or- tlbi1i iMi p1ghtMrornveni- a hand and verY State Iin tl Union wIll frirePl str datlons ottfleorder in the greal parade This demonstration of the Knights of Columbus will be an Impressive object lesson of the bturdy Americanism of the members of the order and a timely Illustra tion of the fact that Catholic men are always among the staunchest supporters of lawfully constituted minority in both Church and State CARDiNAL To Celebrate Military Field Mostat Wash- mItton With Cardinal Gibbons as celebrant the second memorial military field mass will be held on the White Lot at the White RoOm in Washington June 9 Admiral George Dewey Camp United Spanish War Veterans has made arrangements for the celebration of the mass on that date inasmuch as it will allow the thousands of visitors who will be In Washington to attend the unveiling I of the Columbus monument to be present The occasion will be notable in that President Taft and other leaders of both State and Church will be in attendance at the mass Monsignor Bonzano the new Papal Legate will be present SURPRISE FRIENDS Miss Marie Cqstlgan well known In local musical circles and Frank Hoffman clerk at the WattersonI Hotel went to Indianapolis ou Monday I and were quietly married The news came as a surprise to their friends though for some time it wasI known they wore engaged Mr Hoffman was a resident of Indian apolis before coming to Louisville and it was his desire that the ceremony I be performed by the priest who had been his pastor- ORDINATION Right Rev iDeals ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville ordained here on Monday morning to the holy priesthood the Rev Benedict Gerniniane 0 C R and at the same time promoted to the subdeaconate the Rev Anthony DeBruyne a mem ler of a distinguished family In- lllOllandpresent at the ceremony Abbot Obrecht Rev Father Dunn Prior at Geth Bemanl Rev Francis Felten and others NOVENA CLOSES The novena to the Holy Ghost ex ElY ordered by the Holy Father Plus X and In progress In all Cath olic churches since Friday of last week will close this evening This novena was for the proper prepara tion for the meat of Pentecost which will be observed tomorrow tiw 1 Ji D r 7 2 HAT 2UIthoN MADE SEELBACH HOTEL BUILQI H I DEDICATED Bishop ODonagiiuo Conducted Impressive Ceremonies Sunday multitude Witnessed Blessing ot St Charles BorromCo Church Right Ilivv Abbot Obrecht and ninny Priests Were Present FAFHER HAYES GREAT SERMON With the sun shining brightly and pleasant breezes blowing a multitude of people filled the streets surround lag St Charles Bprromeo church last Sunday morning to witness the blessing of the imposing new edifice that will stand as tUe crowning lifeI RightRevI the Impressive ceremonies Which bef I processionUarted I crossbearer and fifty altar boys ar in werefollowedI theBIshop ofhoausterehabitsWending their Way around the ediV enteredtheInterior had been blessed the doors of SU Charles were thrown open to the public Many prominent offi I cials and citizens witnessed the ceremonies among them being Lieut Joy McDermott and Mayor Head Solemn Pontifical mass was coW faratqd by Bishop ODonaghue who was assisted by the Very Rev JPCronlrt assistant priest tho Rev Francis IFelten deacon iX f JTiI itdqaco11i Iassistant deacon the Rev J M Bachmajjn second assistant deacon the Rev P Mfnahan and the JteVi i ATohn Kalaher Rasters of ceretiwifc In Jhe sanctuary were the Right Rev E Obrecht 0 Ct R Abbott of idtbisernaui the Rove C P if Barl Willetl E Williams JojiJI 0 IP Ackermann Tholnrw Patrick Walsh Father C 0 EM4iFaUiorM1clmaet f tlusiC IJI H 11 dTPfelfterr l1d 1 Father Wilfred C P the pi1IIsicrtMiin A G Thome E Schmidt E Boes and HA OJrady Father Richard 0 P iM and the Rev Thomas G Hays of Bowling Green who preached the dedicatory sermon Rev Thomas Hayes of Bowjlng Green a lifelong friend and classmate of Father Raffo delivered an eloquent sermon reviewing the growth of the parish of St Charles from its foundation In 1888 until to day when the dream of the pastor and congregation was realized in the beautiful edifice just dedicated He said in part We have assembled here this moriing to witness the dedication of a new and glorious temple to the the service of God and to assist at the first mass that shall be offered within its blessed walls We are here to mark the opening of a new chapter in the history of this congregation The occasion is a grand and festive one and stirs feelings of Joy and gratitude that can not find ade quate utterance It Inspires brightest hopes and holds up golden promisesifor the future of the parish It also awakens dear and sacred memories of the past when Just twentyfour years ago December 9 1888 wit rnessed the humble beginning of this congregation That day and on the very ground on which the new church stands today was dedicated a modest unpretentious frame church and placed under the patron age of St Charles iBorromeo The little church stood at that time on the outskirts of the cIty in the midst Into Its apparently of a bleak common unfruitful soil was cast the little grain of mustard seed and St Charles began Its mission of diffus ing In the extreme western part of the city of Louisville the benign and elevating principles and teachings of the Catholic church Following the benediction Bishop ODonaghue addressed the congrega tion congratulating them on the handsome church that was theirs and told them to continue the good work so well begun After mass a banquet was given tho visiting clergy In the school building adjoin ing the church at which thirtyfive clergymen were present The church was again thronged in the afternoon when the Bishop administered the sacrament of con firmation to a class that numbered 250 OLD FASHIONED BARBECUE The Spring Bank Club will enter tain their friends with an old fash ioned barbecue and burgoo at Spring Bank Park on Tuesday June 4and In addition will have all kinds ot amusement and dancing Col John H Whallen Is general manager ot the affair and Is disposing of the tickets to all who care t6 attend Spring Bank Park can be reached by taking either the West Broadway or West Walnut street cars and trass ferring at TwentyelgMn andv Green wood avenue Li I 00 I i iifi ifiriiiiinin ni v iitfM3to m KENIU KY x u RXOAN 44S nh G 1 1RMRiGfift 1 tssnted ie tile Social and Moral AdYancewemcai elllrlllh AaerlcMt and Catholic Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINQ CO Incorporated PublUhvrs SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY ge BaUrd et the LcaliTlllt PittflM ci Stcoad Clu flitUr iMrefS all CoBBBilMtloii to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN J1M1 West Once St I TRADE 5 tlcoUNCIIII I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 25 1912 I j IT IS TO LAUGUII The report of the PresbyterIan Assembly at Bristol Tenn SUg1I fundItoiI they secure gainful occupations should have been referred to the wIt and humor department REPLIES TO A P A WATSON Mr C A WIndle the editor of Branns Iconoclast has published a little pamphlet in answer to the charges against the Catholic church by Thomas E Watson the A P A bigot and tears Watsons argument to shreds Mr Windle is a non Catholic and in his little publication entitled Is the Catholic Church the Deadliest Menace to Our Liberties and Our Civilization 1 shows the debt the world owes to the Catholic church and how its members hay been instrumental in keeping Chris tianity alive The Kentucky IrIsh American will give a free copy of this Interesting and instructive pamphlet to each paid subscription either new or old for a short time u REPUBLICAN WATERLOO Should the Democrats exercise or 4dinary care between now and the t holding of their national convention at Baltimore they will insure the election of their candidate for Presi dent As affairs stand at present the prospect is that the two wings of the Republican party will meet on the anniversary of Waterloo with o about as much harmony and good will as existed between the British and the French on that great day Should either of the two candidates yo a majority the supporters of r theirsuplose I e party rent into two h practically no possi victory at the polls In On the other hand allI 8i6to the nomination of Champ C a sw Demcratlc victory e V ENEMIES OF AMERICA rJC new folly has been organized and called Itself The Guardians of Liberty Like the Buffalo Union and Times we think the fool and not liberty needs a guardian Poor Gen Miles is to be pitied in smirch ing in his dotage the permanency of American institutions and the per severance of the constitution in Jts original purpose What thief i is stealing the sacred principles of the I one what firebrand is planning the burning of the other that such I braves should be marshaled 1 TheI worst enemies of both and of every thing American are the Guardians whose narrow minds would fain pro voke breaches of the peace which Is the great desideratum of truee liberty It is comical to see how the devil capers When he would have license he throws his cap in the air for liberty when he would have cltiezns divided he orates on unity when he would have warring ole ments rampant he delightfully discusses v peace We would say to the Guardians that we have faith Jn America and In the constitution which is a dire rebuke to their mad purposes Their Falstaffian vigor begets a laugh How brave they are when powder doesnt burn in these piping times of peace We second the motion that the first draft when war will come bo made from the Guardians ana that they will be all shot as traitors if they dare shoot off their C thumbs to escape their militant obligations or if they disband or if they change their name to shirk its responsibilities Hold together t gentlemen America may need youIJi Night Chief Ridge and the police are to lie commended for the arrest of violators of the speed ordinances p at Automoblllsts are becoming so reck j less and accidents so frequent that there seems no protection for ipMeitrians Unless there Is aC L 6t marked reform the General Council should pass ordinances restricting u automobiles to streets where the diner to life and limb will be minimized For several weeks paste on Broadway and other popular t thproughfaree the automoblllBts ti have shown only contempt for the law AU violators Should be arrested and Mvorely punished The Soutl+ era tOilardiam of Little ck wMvWted ba diswtrons II- l1tUIJ1I a hairy ttaaaetal- DlanaIer Bpaldlng VM ttatl PI tho occasion and had his paper Ito as usual andup to Its high standard This is a hard blow to a I paper only in its second year but firm hold on the Catholics of that Lilts will pull it through its sor- i I I I trial which wo hope will prove ta blessing in i While disguiseII I of Liberty leader Gen Miles forgot to tell us why Roosevelt ousted him from the head of the United States I army I Judging from the caliber of thei audience Wednesday evening lib erty has some mighty weak guardians I KNIGHTSl OP MUMMR I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and where ElseII The Empire State has now 213 councilsTerre t Haute Council has thirtyseven more to its membership Indiana has fifty councils of which seventeen own their own homesExemplification I of the fourth de gree will take place tomrrow at WayneNew York State has a membership of 43268 a gain of 1164 for the past year Harmony and fraternity were the guiding stars at the Stato conventions everywhere- A big delegation will go from New Albany tomorrow to witness the in itiation at Jasper Five new councils were institutedI I in Indiana last year and the membership I increased 994 I The Minnesota convention was the I largest ever held fortytwo councilsI sending 125 delegates Rhode Islands twentythree councils I have a membership of 3295 ofII whom 2243 are insured J Thomas Breen F P ODonnell I and E L Willett repraay1 firvUle at the tate conynentlon shop CarrQttounei has sub cribed 1000 to tho new 8tIElizabeths Hospital at Covington Bishop Morris who is State Chaplain I delivered the opening address at tho Arkansas convention at Little I Rock I Tha visiting Knights who attendedI 1 the Frankfort convention expressedl themselves as proud of the new Capitol I building and pleased with theI I splendid reception accorded them by I the Kentucky capital CUPIDS AID I t Mrs Zach Wheat left Thursdny for Brooklyn to Join tter husband who is with the Brooklyn baseball I club IMr and Mrs Wheat were I quietly married in Cincinnati1 last I week and the bride who was Miss Daisy Forsman of this city states that the Brooklyn team had planned to give them an enthusiastic chlvari but J X Kinberger the local railroad man acted as first aidI to Cupid and steered them car at I all troubles on their entrance into I matrimonial bUssIDIAMOND JUBILEE iGreat preparations have been I made by the Franciscan fathers for the diamond Jubilee of St BonifaceI church which will be celebratedl I Sunday morning June 2 The sol emn lovltlcal high mass will bett at 10 oclock in the presence of 1 Right Rev Bishop ODonaghuo and many of the clergy St Boniface r church one of the largest and most beautiful in this section of the country will present a brilliant r scene during the jubilee ceremonies I CAUSE TO BE HAPPYrjr Hon Samuel Robertson Repret entatlve from the West End Inthet egislature is happy since the visit of the Stork to his new home onD wentyslxth street leaving there aa young legislator William Seraphln who will strive tomorrow to be theii first boy christened In the new St t Charles church Sam has now four candidates for aiackln Council all ood Demcrats like their father IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES t Last Sunday afternoon many peof lo witnessed Impressive ceremonies 1 the Sacred Heart Retreat when I fcree young men received the black t habit of tho iPasslonist order Amonge those who entered the novitiate was IMa larrol Steir a young member of t Ceclllafl congregation OARROLTlJONM Joseph Fromme a prominent mer ant of Carrollton was on Wedne dar reported Ina precarious condl on as the result of injuries SUB lined by a fall from his buggy His a1 collarbone and two ribs were broken pI lai TOURING EUROPE ton Miss Elenora Schaulle and party Ini who are making an extended tour of trope are now In Switzerland rhey apeatt a month in Italy and while In Rome had an audUne with th pt PlwX RI D n t SOCIETY 1I Judge John Barr of Lebanon wall a visitor hero this week Miss Margaret King has been vis lUng in iFrankfort the guest of Mrs Peter King Mrs D ODonnell has returne From a visit to Mrs A Murphy at Central City B J Aud has been visiting at Shelbyville the past two weeks as the guest of Ed Shinnick Miss Nell Riley of Owensboro has been spending a week here as the guest of Mrs Laura Feaman 1IMiss Grace Kirn has just returne from Utica Jnd where she was the guest of Mr and Mrs Skietb BUsses Katherine and Mary Agnc Hickey went out to South Louisvill last week to visit Mrs John Martin Miss Mary Ridge lleft today on a visit to Indianapolis where she will be the guest of her aunt for several days Miss Eugenia Stehlin spent last week as the guest of Miss Edna Shea at her home on the Thlrdstree road Mr and Mrs James Sower and children have returned from a visit to Mi and Mrs James ODonnell at Frankfort Bonner Twyman and Miss Marie Twyman of Gulfport will arrive next week to visit Miss Katherin Mattingly in the Highlands I1Irs iP H Callahan is at Martins for a sojourn of ten days and from there will accompany her husband for a visit to Washington- t Miss Margaret Hayden and Maurice Beaucond popular young people of New Albany will be mar tied at Holy Trinity church on June 6 Miss Hilda Hinkebeln daughter of hastreturned from she spent several months with rela Lives Officer John McAuIlffe and wife of Memphis wbohave been visiting here were last week guests of Mr and Mrs W G ORourke of Lynn hurst Miss Mary Decoursey has returned to her home at Highland Park niter a pleasant visit to her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs William Madden at Lebanon Ben J Sandmann a popular clerk In the L and N law department and a student in the Jefferson School of Law will return next Thursday from a ten days sojourn at West Baden mi I The Stork was a visitor in the West End bringing a boy to the I home of Ben F Reed and a girl to that of James W Murta Both I fathers are being showered with con I gratulations and wearing a broad smile I Harry B Driver and family write that they are having a delightful time in California They spent sometime in Los Angeles and are now at San Diego They will visit San Francisco and all the cities of the great Northwest before returningIII II i Miss Frances Gleason West Broadway entertained a number of her young friends at her home Sun day evening in honor of her con firmation at St Charles church She was assisted by her mother and sis ter in receiving and all enjoyed a most bounteous dinnerII Mrs V L Spalding wife of the energetic and successful manager the Little Rock Southern otII and three children Anna Victor Lee Jr and baby Robert will arrive soon to visit Kentucky home folks and attend the alumnae meeting of Mount St Josephs Acad emy near OwensboroII merchantlstreet this week This was duo to the fact that a baby girl arrived at his home on Wednesday and is just now the only care of the proud father George will be at his place of business Monday where a good one will be served hisI IThe friends I marriage of Miss Lillian Michael and George C Roiling will to quietly solemnized next Tuesday t morning at 645 oclock at St Boni face church After a wedding trip I RelUnglandEast Broadway Both are widely known and popular in Catholic so I iety circles and a legion of friends tender them their congratulations I Invitations are being Issued announcing the marriage of Miss iMaryl MurphY and William T Langan to ake place at St Josephs church illl on Wednesday evening brldetoIbeformerly of this 4city4 ess man of Cairo son of P T Lan1I ganone of the leadfng lumber merchants of that section of IllinoisS Leo Dawson and bride who was = nss Oleo Charlton will return next week from an extended Southern I wedding trip They were quietly V married last week by the Rev Gorge Weiss at St Georges church J i nd the news was an agreeable sur it rise to their friends Mrs Dawson the pretty and accomplished daughter of Hon Albert H Chart s and for years has been popular West End Catholic society circles IeQniofthen1manY Jaaa weddings anuouneed t- JJB far le tkat of UiM Margaret M al1 elihan Md DtADItJ Ql Mon II r IJ WEDDING GIFTS FOR JUNE BRIDESWe have a large and comprehensive assortment of beautiful pieces in 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where the Initiatory cere monies took place The first and second degrees were conferred by- r Louisville Council and the team from Washington commanded by A J Padgett put on the third The day was brought to a close with a luncheon served in the council hall TOLEDO CLUB I I Begin Four GameSeries at Eclipse Park To morrow The Toledo Club under the man agement of Topsy Hartsel former star of the Philadelphia American League club and also a member o the Louisville team when it transferred to Pittsburgh will be here tomorrow to begin a series of four games with our Colonels and as they are proving to be pennant contenders thus far defeating the Columbus leaders three out of four games tLouisville will have to travel at a swift pace to defeat them even if on their home grounds Manager Tighe has accomplished much with the patched up aggregation he has had in the field during the past week and the fans are anxiously awaiting the badly needed additions ofa third baseman and an outfielder many being of the opinion that it would not be a bad idea to play Johnny Burke in left field in place of Burch whose fielding has been rather weak until Stansbury recovers from his Injury Manager Tighes announcement that he has no Intention of trading or selling Hayden at present is pleasant news to the many who know that Hayden Is the only fielder who ever played the right garden satisfactorily in the local clubs history GARDEN EUCHRE The Ladles Auxiliary A O H will entertain their friends with a garden euchre on Monday June 3 on the spacious lawn of Mr and Mrs iOus lAnsbach on West Broad way Mr Ansbach has prepared spe cial lighting effects for the ladles FATHER CYRIL ACTING PASTOR Rev Father Cyril of the Passion ist Retreat on the Newburg road Is now acting pastor of Holy Trinity church Kentucky and Dupuy streets and will have charge until the return of Rev Father JJerres helm who is in Europe for a visit to Rome and an extended tour of the continent WORK OF NUNS The Dominican Sisters of the Sick Poor In New York nurse the sick free of charge in their own homes bo their creed race or color what it may They nurse only those too poor to pay Last year they nursed 573 involving 895 whole days nurs- Ing and fiftyeight entire nights be sides making 4117 visits to the sick poor CATHOLIC LEAGUE SCHEDULE The following is the schedule of the church teams comprising the Catholic baseball league for tomor row St William vs Holy Cross Shawnee Park St Anthony vs St Louis Bertrand Shawnee Park St Charles vs St Martins Spring Bank Park St Brigid vs Holy Trinity Shawnee Park VESPERS IN EVENING During the summer months the vesper services at St Patricks church Thirteenth and Market streets will take place at 730 oclock In the evening instead of 3 oclock In the afternoon This change was made by the Rev James P Cronin V G and will doubtless be appreciated by the people of the parish PRINTERS BISHOP Thousands of the older members of the International Typographical Union and quite a number here in Louisville will recall T Jeff Mc Govern one of the most genial of all the long list of famous tour iatsand many of them will easily recall that he had a younger brother Pat at was a habit with T Jeff to tell his wandering friends to be sure to hunt up Pat when they came to Omaha and many of them did In the meantime the younger McGovern was pursuing his studies at Creighton University the great school located at Omaha whence he was duly graduated and admitted to the priesthood being ordained lu the parish wherein he was born and baptized and later being established as the pastor in charge parish A sweet naturddmodest man with a heart full and running over with love for hlsfelowman even after his ordination and entrance on the serious work of the pastorate Father 5Mc Govern managed to keep in touch with the printers and especially with the nomadic friends of his brother- I have frequently conversed with him and he often spoke and al ways kindly of the printers he had known A daJI 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subject for a sermon In which he strongly denounced the narrowness of that organization and said In part Why are the Catholics Hebrews and Unitarian Christians barred from active membership in such an institution of philanthropy when such Is the very core of their faith Let us see Are not our Catholf brethren Christians Do not they worship the very same God and iiin almost the identical manner an orthodox Protestants That is through the same mediator How fine is the distinction between then rI and their high Episcopalian breth ren And yet Episcopalians are voting members of the Young Men Christian Association Are not Catholics desirable citizens Surely there are none better judging from the number which are today nlliec with the progress of Sacramento Can It be because the Catholics do not care for or are opposed to suc healthy and beneficial enjoyment as the Young Mens Christian Associa tion offers Do you think that 111t would have been necessary for them to have brought Into existence the organization of the Young Mens In stitute which doubtless is for no outer purpose than a substitute for the Young Mens Christian Associa tion No my friends as sad as tt- is It true the cause for the exclusion n of this good and desirable class of our fellowmen and women from active membership in the organiza tion of Young Mens Christian Association Is but an Ignorant remnant of religious prejudice and sectarian persecution reflected even unto this day from those black and bitter days of the Reformation MONTHS MIND The months mind mass for the repose of the soul of the Rev John Sheridan late beloved pastor of Holy Cross church was read Monday morning by his lifelong friend Father A J Brady pastor of St Cecilias church Many of the clergy occupied scats in the sanctuary and the attendance at the solemn services evidenced the sor row felt throughout the parish Binco his death cOLEsnunG Father Charles P Raffo of this city and Father T J Hays of Bowling Green are expected in Colesburg on Sunday where they will assist at the Forty Hours prayer at St Clams church of which Rev John Gastaldi is pastor ANNUAL LAWN FETE A lawn fete for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital building fund will be held on the hospital grounds on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday June 10 11 and 12 and the ladles in charge of the different booths guarantee a pleasant afternoon and evening to all those who attend WHO Who stood amid the shot an shell of Gettysburg that all wh would might go Into that conflic- fully prepared to meet their God- Father Corby the beloved Chaplain ot the Irish Brigade Who less than two years ago braved the dangers of poisonous gases qnd fire to carry th last blessings of the church to those Imprisoned In a burning mine A Catholic priest Who at the risk of his life crawled beneath the ruins of a wrecked building In Indianapolis last summer to give holy communion to a man who lay there helpless A young priest Who do the firemen of our cities swear by Who do the soldiers and sailors of our army and navy idolize Who is the first to go when danger threatens Who ministers to the lame the halt and the blind Who has dared plague and pestilence Who was Father Damien apostle to the lepers Who is carrying on the great work he started There is but one answer priests of the Church of God These are truths that the Guardians of Liberty can not not dare not deny LATEST IN STYLE FAvor has been extended to the Russian blouse and long smock Plain linen frocks trimmed with bends of stripped linen aro smart for children Ruches worn at the neck are gain- Ing popularity every day They are worn to match every gown A stylish tailored blouse of white linen is often fastened down the front with white crystal buttons A chic hat ornament is the spray of waving and iridescent spun glass which may bo bought iin jewelry shops Jaunty tailored suits in serge and In worsted show the plaited skirt falling from a deep yoke over which Is a sort of tunic blouse Crashes 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DAY HIM Colic is alawyn fresh and delicionsl pure Try Ills Special Grae at 25c Lb ITS TilE SAME QUALITY THAT OTHERS SELL FOR 3Oe JOHN M MULLOY 1M W ARKET STRmJ onn nn N1 ON 1 N1 NeiN 0 N1111N 1 1 1 MNN 1 1 1 I FOR GOODNESs SAKE AT mo HERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery hiIthe South eeo saee oeee e 1 e o e easesoesoea4 JAS J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAU- GHTONNaughtonsPharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS 1 1 1 1 N1t1N M1N- I rI NOW 1I 7 I FOR LSTOVESILj I p I MJ IANNOH P BANNON JR t1 VEENEMAN Frn AMgr VlcePres and Traai Secretary Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED I MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICKp For Streets and Roadwaysll Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and 10thhr TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 HOME PHONE 7550 HOUSEHOLD GOODS CttAS DECKEL SON c U mTJJR TOVES RUGS MATTINGS ETO 3aMlhrkitSiNNtkSMeletfrcitraaMfly eb- a i u n I JG II j NEWY LOUISVILLE JOCKEY GLUB I I SPRING Fifteen Days Racing Beginning Derby Day tucky Oaks Day Tuesday Churchill Downs Handicap This Afternoon MEETINGIRELAND May 27 Kentucky Oaks SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Virginia has now a splendid cllvls Ion at Lynchburg Indiana Hibernians will hold tho State convention at Kokomo The membership of the Ladles Auxiliary In Indiana is now over 3000The Ancient Order increased 35 pir cent in membership last year tin VermontDivision 8 of Pittsburgh increased its membership 150 per cent during the past year At the close of the last year t total membership of the Ladles Auxiliary was 59031 During the year 1911 the Ladles Auxiliary paid out 9720730 for sick and funeral benefits The total assets of the Ladles Auxiliary on January 1 were 33530352 certainly a fine show- Ing Arrangements are being made for a special train for the Pennsylvania delegation to the national convention rrhe library recently won by the Hibernians of Flushing N Y has been presented to St Michael schoolDelaware Hibernians will erect a massive flag over St James Pro tectory for Doys at Delaware City on July 4- Owing to the bad weather the new Hibernian park at St Louis will no be ready Julyrfor field day exercises before it DivisJcn 4 meets LMonaynighi tt Every member should attend as the business will be Interesting and will be enlivened by a number of goo addresses The Minnesota membership contest l closes May 31 and the State officers are confident that the addi tlobs to the ladies auxiliaries will exceed 600 At the first meeting of tho Hiber nians and ladles Auxiliary for the purpose of organizing for the build Ing of their own hall at Manchester N H the sum of 2500 was at oncej subscribed The membership content oi D troit resulted In the Initiation of a class of 231 candidates Ever member who secured fifteen candi dotes received a free trip to the national convention New Albany Hibernians will giv the first of a series of outdoor dances on June 12 at Glenwood Park They Invite members 61 the order from Louisville and Jefferson villa and promise them an enjoyable timeiFor the convenience of officers delegates and visitors to the Chtcag- conventin j Postmaster Campbell willIi establish a temporary postotfice iIn the Emmet Memorial Hall witht County Secretary Thomas Moriart In charge The Insurance question Is again being agitated throughout the coun try This is a proposition that mer Its careful consideration StartedI iupon an equitable basis It wouldI grow In favor and be the means ofr bringing thousands Into the order Our annual celebration Is but a few weeks off and It therefore be hooves every member In LouisvilleI to do some earnest work With united effort this can be made the most successful celebration ever given by the Hibernians In Ken tuckyAt a recent County Board meeting at Belleville N J a committee of twentyfour was appointed toarrange that each division in Essex county be represented by their mem hers on the degree team for the ex emplification of the degrees at a great meeting In Newark FONTAINE FERRY Now that the weather has turned warmer Fontaine Ferry Is drawing immense crowds Next week at J the Park Beautiful will find anJ other strong list of attractions In cluding the following well known acts Harts Six Stylish Steppers a dancing act different from all oth ers Marlnl and Bronskl formerly featured with Pavlowa and Mordklns Russian dancing ballet Alva York English singing conjpdienne Joe Cook a versatile blackface comic and Cortell and Qllette an odd J comedy acrobatic pair- rSTORTAN The Rochester Citizen In Its re ort of the first annual reunion of Theo111logicalII i notes the election of Rev John of Louisville to the post of- istorian Bishops Hickey and Grimes and a large number of priests took part in the meeting The alumni numbers 350 members of the priesthood numbers of whom have taken up work In the Middle West West and South Next years reunion will be held In Buffalo LARGE COaiMTJNION CLASS Tomorrow morning at the 730 oclock mesa at St Charles jBor romeo church a claw of ov r21i0 all children will rwHlvfl their Writ koly oem aunloa QTatbir Raffo will Tie I I FOR Furniture itOf 111 Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER- g I419 W MARKET ST 0 MONUMENTSj Having purchased the entire stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to i prove their cemetery lots at ver low prices Give us a call at our tvltr- rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Go t SOeiETHIRECTOll r A o H dDIVISION 1 MeeU at Falls City Hall en Fin and Third Tuesday President Martin J Cusick Vice President Charles J Finn Recording SecretaryAnthony J Tompkins Financial SecretaryJoseph Far roll i- j FarIreU reSergeantatArineLouls RoU- erySentinelHemy McDermott DIVISION 1- tUttts first and third eOldd Follows Hall Sixth and nut streets President Con J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan TreasurerJames Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel CKeefeFinancial SecretaryJohnuSergeantatArmsJ Charle- Obat LSentinelEdward Brennan rDWISION I Meets First and Third Mondays IlneteeSlh and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President J M Maloney Recording Secretary Thos Stev ensFinancial SecretaryJohn G Hesalon 1710 BaIrd Treasurer D J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Stevens SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertram Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresIdentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn J Barry Financial Secretary Thomas J Langaa 807 West Oak TreasurerThomas Downey ColemanSentinelMr ST nor I MAOKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank O Adams I First Vice President AC Link Second Vice President William Rlhn Financial SecretaryWm Link Recording SecretaryRobert Os borne t Corresponding Secretary George Lautz t Treasurer Robert T Burke Marshal Fred Schuler tOutsldoEI I the celebrant of the mass and ad 1 willIpeople of the parish as was last Sun day when the church was blessed FLAMESDeputy i and his wife and two children narrowly escaped being burned Tuesday night at their home 2619 West Chestnut street The family retired early and ware asleep when a neigh bar discovered flames eating their way through the eaves of the house and gave the alarm When the ocr cup nts were awakened the rooms to Were full of sraeke but fortunately escaped without Injury The damage sustained will amount to tit bout IOf 11r J j I Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The late T Moore a farmer of Llsnadill Armagh left personal es tate valued at over 30000 The death Is recorded of Robert Robertson a well known grocer and hardware merchant In Garvagh The death Is announced of Patrick Markey who was for many years manager of tile Hibernian Bank at Navan IF J Taylor of Moorehlll and John Redahan of iLIsshatigan have been sworn In Magistrates for County Longford The large flax mill of Daniel McKeever of Moneynlck was de stroyed by fire The origin of the blaze is unknown The Rev Father Power has been transferred from Durrow to St Klerans College at Kilkenny His departure from Durrow is much regretted KilbegganYpeon under the factory and work latemDr J J Foley- y At the Klldare Petty Sessions James Murphy iKildare took the CountyeKlldare and afterward occupied a seat on the bench John Storey manager Wexford hisrresidence In Wexford He was only a few days ill and his death was wholly unexpected M J Fetherston was at the meet ing of tho Castlerea Board of Guard Inns elected Master of the work house by twentytwo votes against fourteen given for E Kelly Justice Barton accepted the bid Itor 26000 made by Patrick Delaney of Pallad for 360 acres comprised in a holding known as the Roe Ranch at Knocks near Temple more Addressing the grand jury at the opening of the Longford Quarter Sessions Judge Curran said he was glad to say that the county was free from anything in the nature of seri 0uscrlme I f aI JamesflSlmcoxi vexLord Mayor was the only candidatenominated for the vacant AJdermanship of the North Center ward Cork to till the vacancy created by his own resigna eightIPapersThe Balllnasloe Urban Council has passed resolutions of regret at the transfer of Head Constable OCon sameJgearsJratearepresented by the deaths registered- in the Tralee registration area for the week ended April 20 was as low as 53 per 1000 of the population This was lower than any of the other registration areas In Ireland The death of the Very Rev J Curry ofSt Marys at Drogheda Is much regretted Father Curry who came of a good old Irish stock was born In Navan in January 1846 He received his early education in the local school He was ordained In 1872A Bell R M at a special court in Claremorris bound to the peace two young men named Frank Fitzgerald and Patrick Shollow who hadI been charged with hoping and shouting at Mrs Kllkelly in Sallln dine district after the grazing lands held by her husband had been driven by women of the locality The following ladles have beenl irofcsesd at the Convent of theI Sisters of Mercy Waterford Sister Mary Teresa Doran daughter of theI late M A Doran Rathangan House County Klldaro Sister Margaret Mary Butler Shrone Hill Tipper ary Sister Mary Patrick Slattery daughter of iML Slattery Bruff County Limerick Sister Mary Ita Hourigan daughter of W Hourlgan Galbally County Limerick The Most Rev Dr Sheehan who pre sided delivered an eloquent address RIVER VIEW With the advent of summer weather comes an appreciation of this years added beauties to River view Park The trees are larger thereby making a greater shade which adds so much in attractiveness as well as comforting shade on afternoons and nights With succeeding concert Don Phil Ipplnt and his justly celebrated Increases In popularity as does bandIIMiss Suzanna Lehmann the soloist The players in the theater are giving splendid performances and delight large audiences nightly- A matinee wll be given this after noon when The Private Secretary will be producedCOMMENCEMENT S The annual commencement exercises at Loretto Academy will beheld on Wednesday June liand as this Is Loretlos centennial year they will be of the greatest Interest the friends of that great institu ties it Catherines Academy will hold its commencement on June 9 afaryi College on June 13 and Nazareth Academy OH June 20 11 I u N1N1111NNN1N1N11N1 N1N For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENEI 425 427 and 429 East Market Street 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 YORK BAKING CON- 1110101000111eee11eNNNNNONNNe I THERE IS A REASON FOR IT The great popularity and demand for the celebrated QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE iis due entirely to its great dudsency durability and great saving tquality Sold on easy payments fand connected fre- eGEHER SON nd1215 Market St near 1111NNNNNNNINNIN I AWNING SAND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awnin Co i BOTH PHONES 27 n M J MULLINWALL PAPER PAPER HANDING NEATLY DONE ALL WORK GUARANTEED Home Phono 6771L 712 WEST OAK STREET Charlie White=Moon THE COW BO HERBALIST Sole Owner and Originator of COM CELSAR and SCIENCE SOPE Ia Exponent of Gods Medicines Roots and i Herbs rNome Office and Laboratory 37293731 W Broadway Louisville ky N J FULTZ CLEANER ANDDYERGive Us Your Work We Will Do It Right PRESSING Work called for and delivered I HOME PHONE 3431 1120 WEST MARKET STREET IT DOESNT PAYT- oargue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and be satisfied In the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY ENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated Irst and River Both Phones 2867 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