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IIrc s v IIsuITS h iTQMEAS MiT llHlHl RE 15 I VOLUME i VHINO 24 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 15 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS IIACTIVITY Marks Work ot the Louisville Federation oi Catholic Societies Chairmen 61 Twenty Committees Report Progress Made St Patricks and St MartinsI Parishes Arrange ForI Floats SOUVENIR BOOK COPY READY Continued activity marked the work Of the Federation of Catholic Societies during the present week in Louisville New Albany and Jeffer Bonville for the societies in the lat ter two cities are now taking an active part in the York of arranging for the big convention to be held herO August 1821 Inclusive A meet Ing of the Convention Committee was held on Monday nigjit at the Catholic Romans Club 615 West Walnut street and a meeting of the General Committee was held on Thursday night at the same place At both of these meetings the Chair men of the twenty committees re ported good progress At the general meeting on Thursday night delegates from the various parishes partlcpated each of them being en titled to two delegates which of It self made the gathering a large one At the meeting of the Convention Committee Chairman E J Cooney took up the subject of Invltafons and Chairman Raymond Barrett also of tMt committee reported that he contemplated sending out 10000 invitations and Chairman V B Smith of the Printing and Press Committee was asked to haye an estimate made of the cost of this feature either by lithographic en graved or printed invitations Chairman Cooney read a letter from Architect IE W Hlllerlch inI which an outline was given of what I the floats ought to represent Mr1I Hillerlch has kindly volunteered his services to aid in this work and three ladles have promised him to lva their assistance in InstrucUnr 4 t A the work of making flowers or other decorations for the floats all with out cost Chairman Cooney was re quested to confer with Mr Hillerich with a view of making the floats represent Catholic Ideals as much as possible accentuating the work performed by the church or some historic member thereof at the same time avoiding offense to any creed or nationality The committee would have It understood that the floats ought not If possible be mere floral decorations but should represent some historic event however each congregation is the best Judge of this guided by the advice of their pastors Mr Hlllerlch will give the necessary advice as to the artistic part and will be of great assistance In this Important part of the work Everything Indicates that the floats l will be an Important adjunct to the bg demonstration but It should be borne In mind the committee urges that no tlmo be lost toy any parish or society lIn arranging for these floats Mr Hillerich cited Holy Cross par ish as an example The ladies of that parish will be engaged for eight weeks In making floral and other decorations for their float It was stated that St Martins parish Wlll have a float In the parade Al H Brumlove has bqen ap pointed Secretary of the Congrega tional Committee which is now looking after thfl work St Josephs Mens Society St Aloysius Young Mens and Boys Sodality and other societies connected with the church will participate in the parade and all are very enthusiastic The sec onid meting of St Patricks parish was held on Monday night and the work of arranging for the float and for the procession from this congregation was augmented by the co operation of the Ladies Auxiliary St Patricks will have a fine repre sentation and it ought to have as there are 4000 souls in this parish Preliminary work toward arranging for floats in other parishes is being carried on according to reports received by the Convention Committee A meeting of the Advlspry Committee of the Federation has been called for Tuesday June 18 at St Patricks school Ian at the request of Vincent B Smith of the ProseI and Printing Committee who de sires to lay before the committee rail of the Information in his possession as to the probable cost of printing the souvenir book The matter for 17 the book has been prepared by Ed FItzpatrIck and Chairman Smith has received bids from several firms He wants the committee to decide about the number of illustra tions the number of pages etc ep that the work of printing may begin Sometime next week The subject matter has been approved by theII 1300k Committee of whch John P 1 CaMilly u Chairman tFAVOn FIELD DAY At the regular meeting of Division 4 1 Q It lat Monday evening In TJettrnad Hall reportS wer8rt celrd on the division part In ar rangtffg for the County Board picnic J at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday June ItWuthecOniUtlofopinion of thoee present that If tks V r I jJ r KENTUCKY su- r 4MERICAN picnic was a success that an attempt should be made to revive the annual field day in connection with a bar becue this style of entertainment being very popular with the Eastern Hibernians Robert Mitchell Dave Reilly and Teddy OToole won warm advpcates of the proposition and suggested that it be discussed at the quarterly meeting tomorrow President John Hennessy appointedi William P MoDonogh Thomas Lynch Thomas Callahan BernardI Muldpon and Dave Reilly in charge of Division 4s refreshment booth John Coleman the popular chef of the division was reported on the sick list by the Visiting Committee WEDDINGS Many Young Hearts JoinedI Together This Week Cupid was busy this week in Kentucky and many happy wed dings have been recorded Last Sunday banns were pub lished at St John Hardln county announcing the approaching wed ding of Miss Lula Cecil of near that place and Mr James Haywood of LouisvilleAt 1on on Tuesday morning Dr William Spaldirig Green and Miss Nellie Churchill IPutflam were churchbyD D Bishop of Peoria all who is an uncle pf the bride and a distant relative of the groom The Very Rev J A IHogarty pastor of the St Augustine church officiated at the nuptial mass after the wedding ceremony Mrs L A Spalding sister of the bride acted as matron of honor Mr Madden Green brother of the groom of Morganfield best man The bridesmaids were Misses Katie Putnam Elizabeth Green andWick iff MoAtee and the ushers wereI Messrs R S Putnam J LaMotto ppaldlng IRobert Spalding and Walter Smith Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party loft on a wedding trip The marriage of Miss Nannie Welsh and James Francis Gleason was solemnized Tuesday at St Pauls church in Lexington The attendants were the brides niece Miss I Agatha Welsh and the bridegrooms I brother Edmund Gleason The I I bridegroom is one of the proprietors of the Reed Hotel I I IThe marriage of Miss Olivia Medley and John iH Mischel wss sol emnized at St Stephens church at 7- loclock Tuesday morning and was l I liUttaMBiIuendeiCiJi e attractive daughter otMr ahJT William Medley and the groom is a prominent business man being a member of the Mischel Monument Works They will spend several weeks in the East after which they will reside ih Owensboro Miss Lillian Ray of Rineyvllle and A B Alvey of the county were married Tuesday morning at St Briglds church at Vine Grove by the Rev Father Ruff This is the first marriage ceremony performed by Father Ruff since assuming his new pastorate FIELD MASSI 1Held on Washington Monu tnenb Grounds Sun day A memorial field mass in honor of the dead of the SpanishAmerican war was celebrated on the Washing ton monument grounds last Satur day in the presence of Cardinal Gibbons and a throng of people thatI numbered thousands The service was held under the auspices of the Admiral deorge Dewey Camp United Spanish War Veterans The veterans and the fourth Degree I members of the Knights of Colum bus who came to Washington for the unveiling of the Columbus memorial acted as an escort ot honor for the Cardinal and the offlI cers of the mass from St Patricks church to the improvised sanctuary in the shadow of Washington monu ment The Rev Charles M Dart was the celebrant of the mass Mgr William T Russell pastor of St i Patricks church delivered a sermon on Patriotism He decried any suspicion that a Catholic was not abjsolutely true to his country No man ho declared can be a loyal Catholic who is not lloyal to the flagI of his country Government is authority Louisville people who have returned from Washington say the field mass was the most impos ing sight they ever witnessed SKYSCRAPER The Southern National Life Insurance Company with headquarters in this city contemplates erecting a monster skyscraper office building on the southeast corner ot Fourth and Market President Williams says It will have twentyfive stories and rise 290 feet from the ground level This wIlt make it tbetalleetII building In the south and seventy five feet higher than any building In j Louisville If the work Is started next spring It Is expected to have the building cpmpleted before the end of the years LII DINNBIt AND DANCE S- PMackln MMBW HM CoUnclX Y M L will his evening give a cpmpjlmentary din nan and dance aiSenalnge In honor of the Terrace ravern cast and chorus The dancing will follow from 8 tIll 11 oclock One hundred Covers will be laid and a most en foyable jiyf 1i assured those who at h COLUMBUS VIsI itors Witness Unveiling oi His Statue One ot Biggest Demonstrations in Washington Since Giril War I 1 Banquet Illuminated proc s slon Oratoray and Fireworks 6REATEST MARINER IN HISTORY r At the threshold of the capital ott tho greatest nation born in the hem isphere he discovered four centuriesI and two decades ago a memorial to Christopher Columbus was unveiledI Saturday Facing the majestic marble figure of the greatest mariner ot all tlmo President Taft paid a tribute loftyImaginationaside the flags that veiled the greatdlscoverersAmbassador and ohe of the chief addresses was delivered by Justice SupremeCourtmember of the Knights of Columbus through the actlvty of which Con gress was induced to authorize the rearing of the memorial which stands in the Plaza before the Union Station three blocks from the Cap itol The nonsectarian character of the official ceremony was indicated by the presence of Bishop Wilbur T Thlrkleld a Methodist who pronounced the benediction The ceremony was attended byahuge demonstration An imposing parademilitary and civicwith thousands ot men In line passed in review before the President who stood on the grandstand at the base of the memorial The greater part of the pageant was composed of Knights of Columbus from every section of the country As each Knight passed in review he saluted the head of the nation Bluejackets from the First division of the Atlantic fleet several battaltons ftf i 1 i Iroops row eyerr and a 1 pu s formed the first section of the parade Philander C Knox Secretary of State presided at the unveiling exercises The Marquis Cusani Con falonleri the Italian Ambassador released the American flags which bid the statue of hla illustrious countryman from view As the effigy was released a battery of United States artillery fired a salute of twentyone guns President Taft pronounced the countrys eulogy upon the intrepid sailor who tore the mantle of mys tery from the unknown Atlantic and revealed a continent The greatest mariner of history was the Presidents encomium Justice Victor JDowling of the New York Supreme Court eulogized Columbus and urged a law for the setting apart of Columbus day as a national holi day He deplored the fact that the discoverer had been deprived of the prestige of having his name given to the land he devoted his life to make knownAt night Washington was brilliant with a display of fireworks in celebration of the occasion The exer cises were closed for the day by a public dinner at which Cardinal Gibbons made the principal address The memorial stands on the plaza of the Union Station A granite shaft rises fortysix feet out of the fountain forming the background a marble heroic statue of Columbus wrapped in a cloak of his period Surmounting the shaft is a globe supported on the wings of four American eagles The statue stands on the prow of a ship At the feet Is a graceful feminine form typify ing Discovery The fountain is semicircular seventy feet long and sixtyfive feet wide Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain are honored with shaftTheof the shaft about to take an arrow frn his quiver and a patriarchal Crcasianon the other represents the New and Old Worlds Two lions guard the extremities of the granite balustrade in front of the fountain GRADUATING EXERCISES An artistic and carefully arranged programme will be rendered at the graduating exercises of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy East Broad way which will take place In the academy hell Tuesday mornjng at 9 oclock Diplomas will be awarded Miss Loretta A Demo the valedictorian and Misses C Loulse Fowler Alexina Simon and Halys A James The Academy of Mercy IB under the direction of the Sisters of Mercy who have gained a worldwide reputation as educators of girls and young women SEROEANT MOLLY PITCHER Last week a movement was started In New work City to plate lin the Hall of lame Ue bust otInialtMOlly Pitcher the only woman Sergeant In the Unit d 8itiic army C auhe y Xj Dfpew Ji aft nthwiaatlc BjCp porter or the plan It waf in the important rnovemeht of theresr1778 that at the battle of MofemoutH Molly Pitcher WM carrying atertO- h6r hnebaad who war a gtutnar at u- o I IrIP4k batterYJIeproposed to remb e the piece out of danger when the omansald I can coqldShebetter than he co Id Have done The next morning she vjas taken before Gen Washington hr wonderful act was reported and its influence upon the fate of the ba tie which was a victory and Wash ngton made her at once a Sergeant In the army to stand on the rolls in th rank as long as she lived OUR MARY T ramous Ame rlcan Actress An Enthusl dtlcHornc Rul eret Though many jwere aware that Mme Navarro our Mary Anderson had for quite a number of years taken a deep Interest iIrf social and char poortewI was an enthuslastlohome ruler Al though some of tye most eminent women in socletyslfalled to secure seats lrt the ladles gallery of the louse of Commons to hear the debate on the home rule Bill the famousI thqrcbVenyI Mackey occupied adjoining seats and were enthusiastic hlttheir expressions Df admiration for the eloquence of the Irish members J Sometimes they restrainingthemselves proval by applause ah action which would of course jiave caused their Immediate removal The presence pf Mary Anderson in the gallery iis en tirely due to the selfsacrifice of Mrs John Redmond who managed to secure a seat through the agency peculiarly enough of an English Tory memberher own husband being Unlucky enough to draw a blank Jn the ballot that is heM fpr seKts in thQ galicrabnegation for Jitrai Redmond to forCelt the opportunity of hearing her husband on such an auspicious and historic occasion but she has a very high regard Iqf Mme Navarro so she gave her the jmas very cheerfully COUNTY BOARD Hibernians tI1oid Quar terly Meeting To morn t tLe Tomorrow afternoon the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Louisville will hold their regularl quarterly meeting at iBertrand Han under the auspices of the County Board This will be one of the most interesting and Iimportant meetings ot the year and therefpre the county and divis ion officer would be pleased to see presentReveloquentDominican liver an address well worth hearing The County Board will hear reports from representatives in the local Catholic Federation and will determine the part the Hibernidns will play when the national convention meets here in August Matters pertaining to the national and State conventions of the order will also be presented and committees appointed Final arrangements will also be announced for the Hibernian reunion and picnic which Jakes place at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday Juno 24 Committees from all the divis ions are doing good work for this celebration and it is said that a programme will be presented that will please everybody It Is confidently expected this picnic will bring together more people than was ever seen ata Hibernian celebration in Kentucky KECENT DEATHS Heartfelt sympathy of their many friends is extended to Michael and Margaret McGrath 307 North Twentysixth street on the death of their eightyearold s6n Edwin who was called tp his eternal reward last Sunday The funerall took place Monday the Interment being In St Louis cemetery Fred Glasser well known and respected in the East ndwhere he had spent nearly aUhs life died Monday evening at his home Wen tel street and tFehr avenue Besides his wife Mrs Rose Glasser he leaves many relatives who mourn his death The funeral was held Thursday morning at St Johns church pev Father Schuhmann be ing celebrant of the mass of re quiem Funeral services dYer the remains of Mrs Catherine Schofield were held Sunday afternoon at the Church of Our Lady Rev Father Connlff officiating Mrs Sehofieid was born in Ireland seventyfive years ago but lived here nearly all her life and was a devout member pt the Church of Our Lady Surviving her are two daugHtejB Mrs Martin Mooney and Mrs John JLally both of this city GBXERAIi CHAPTER Very Roy Gilbert Prancatt Co 8 C Superior General of the Order of the Holy Crow h4Hfttoutannouncemeptfi of the list of delegaVet CliaVtetol Ppt8IndlThe Generalaw4kChapter MX NNtolegislate forlU oreiafeen In all parts of the world I 0U iQt POLICEMEN Hold Annual Memorial Services For Their Deceased Members Two Thousand Bluecoats at Vespers in St Patrick Cathcdval Chaplain SUllivah in Eloquent Sermon Praises the Force MONSmNOR LAVELLES WARNING When the annual memorial serv ices for the members of the New York City police force were held St Pat ricks Cathedral was crowded hun dreds standing in the aisles while many hundreds more could not gain admittance Two thousand police men with their Inspectors Captains Lieutenants and Sergeants and headed by Chief Inspector Schmlit berger marched to the Cathedral Commissioner Waldo and Mrs Waldo met the procession at the Fifth ave flue entrance The Commissioner and hs staff were met inside the Cathe dral by Mgr Lavelle and the Rev Francis J Sullivan Chaplain of the police department Commissioner Waldo and Mrs Waldo sat In the first peW and behlndi them were the Deputy Commissioners Mgr Lavelle In welcoming the bluecoats to the Cathedral said he wanted to take the opportunity of warning the policemen of that which he considered their greatest temptation This temptation he said Is the temptation of cynicism It is the idea that good doesnt exist The policeman sees so much sin all about him in the per formance of his duties that there is danger he may entirely overlook the good and brave I hope that these services will help him to dispel such notions and also help hint to be good In spite of the evil which ho sees on every hand Father Frajicls Sullivan delivered- a sermon worthy the occasion in which he said You hold a position of trust that you ought to be nrouc 4fl are the se1 d Idlerslstot the citizens of New York what the army Is to our country You are the guardians of life and property No braver or finer body of men ever marched up Fifth avenue than the policemen who marched on May 18 With it all you have to stand criticism It is the spirit of the age to find fault Take the record of the work for the year past and place it alongside of the criticism Take that socalled wave of crime that typhoon of noise that drove nearly all our citizens into hysteria The Commissioner the pilot of the great ship the police force called his able aids directed them and the bugaboo of yesterday faded away and the mor row brought the sunshine of hope and confidence in him and his department Fearless and courageous men your are The roll of honor unveiled llist month bears the names of the heroes who died in the defense of the law and for the protection of our people Men who died fighting not on the battlefield nor to the sound pf martial music with companies side by side but alone in the dark street against a sneaking coward with a gun in his hand It Is early In the morning A shot is heard followed 6y a cry for help A policeman rushes up two flights of stairs hears sounds within demands admittance The door suddenly opens a hot and then another from the cowards pistol Is fired and brave Patrolman Lynch drops dead on the threshold Two others follow the murderer notwithstanding the bullets that fly around them ready to die for dutys sake So through the line year after year names are added to the roll We are here today at this memorial service tp weave a wreath of honor to their memory to offer a prayer to God for the peace of their souls A word of sympathy he con tinued to the widows and orphans of ther heroes of the police depart mont whether they were killed by an enemy or died while in the serv- Ice for all were ready to dlellt dutys call To you widows and orphans of these brave men our heartfelt sympathy and a prayer that God will lighten your burden and help you to hear your cross To you our Lord says Weep not for they are not dead but sleepeth in the Lord They wilt arise again with you for a day of everlasting Joy Go forth members of our Feat police force go forth with renewed cour age hope and resolution Continue the gopd and faithful work you have been doing You have the confidence of our people their love and respect IJearGoof Christ before you His holy name reverently pn your lips and love for Him In your hearts Even if your lot be hard here the day will come when your sorrow shall be turned tQ joy and that Joy no man shall take from you BISHOP CHATABDS TVmLK 1 The goldea jubilee tth Right Rev Francis Sllw Chatard D Dt IIto of be ladlanapplif dIoceses WM unotenU lou lr obMrrfd ye terday the venerable 1Ptan be tag averte to tner jJUbUc eltkratUm BUhop CbaUrd wai ordfn d to thej O holy priesthood on Ember Saturday June 14 1862 in the Church of St John Lateran Rome Desiring to respect the wishes of the Bishop Co adjutor Bishop Chartrand and Rev Father Gavlsk Chancellor of the diocese directed the clergy to ask the people to offer up holy communion for the Bishop on the feast ot the Sacred Heart or on the Sun day following the feast That on the feast of the Sacred Heart and on the following day after mass and on Sunday before the sermon at each mass prayers for the Bishop be of fered Each priest in the diocese was also requested to off rthreemasses for the Bishop beginning on the least of the Sacred Hear- tBOOSTIN Mackin Councils Sunset Excursion Next Month j Mackln Council Y M I held a spirited meeting Monday night at which much business was trans acted The Social Club announced that Saturday July 6 had been set as the date for the annual sunset excursion up the Ohio river and that in addition to dancing andi many other enjoyable features there would be a vaudeville bill of surpassing excellence The club urged the council to assist in making this excursion the best of the season President Adams occupied the chair and dispatched the businessI promptly in order that a number of committees might organize for work and be in pOsition to report Monday night One of the most important of these will relate to the part the Y M 1 will take when the Catholic federation meets here The sugges tion that meets with most favor is that all the councils of the Ken tucky and Indiana jurisdictions unite and form one grand division ih tho big parade that will precede the Opetalng of the convention Re I turns are still coming in from the I opera and therefore the committee was delayed in making its final report i which promises to be most gratifying In every wa- yLORETTO Alumnae Witnessed Centennial Exercises This Week I It f embers ot the Alumnae of LoretfllTJ Academy left this city Wednesday morning on a special train to be present At tho two days centennial celebration exer clsqs Many delegates from other points through ut the United Statesi I ciimq to Louisville and accompanied- the party from here A banquet was I held Wednesday afternoon in the eXI t hlbitlon hall in the academy at which Mrs George Hoertz Jr of this city President of the Alumnaet Association presided as toastmis tress and at night an entertainment was given in honor of the visitors Thursday moaning the delegates attended I the Jubilee mass after which they held their meeting The officers present were Mrs William I Price Vice President of the AlUmnae Mrs IN CD Schweers ofII Louisville Treasurer Mrs Leone I Rapier of Bardstown Recording Secretary and Ollss Jennie Wheeler also of that place Corresponding Secretary BISHOPS Will Attend Catholic Edu cational Convention Final arrangements for the nirfth annual cpnventlon of the Catholict Educational Association which meets at Pittsburgh the last week int this month have been completed and the official programme will be published next week in time for the meeting A week of hard work has j boon planned out and subjects of absorbing Interest to educators and of vital Importance to religion andI country will be discussed at the various meetings There are twelve different departments and sectionsI which have Independent pro grammes but the association has de veloped a system in the conduct of this work whereby all confusion isI avoidedRight Rev Mgr Shahan Presi dent General pf the Association will open the convention on Tuesday merning June 25 A number of theI Bishops have been invited by Bishop Canevin and among thosq who haveI signified their Intention of being present are Bishop OConnell thoI firstI President General of the asso ciation Bishop Hartley of Columbus iBlshop Schrembs of Toledo and a number of others CATHOLIC FORESTERS As the next International conven tion of the Catholic Order of Foresters will be held in Louisville the local members of the Qrder are com mencing to make arrangements for the event In Order to raise funds for the entertainment of the delegates and visitors to the convention the Central Chapter has decided tp glya a serIes of entertainments The first affair of the series will be a moonlight excursion on the steamer Columbia pir Monday evening July 22 The committee in charge of the excunloti ooMUtji of William Calla hnV Vttn ellUgton lIen Vorn holdtj Jr 0 L hy Dr BiJi OOouaor L i 2HAT2UNION SIELBACH HOTEL tilLe41 DEMOCRATS In tircat Glee Over the Hope less Splltfln Ranks of Republicans Roosevelt Receiving a Dose ol Rough Riding Tactics by Committee Local Democrats Undergo Obli gations to Support Mc CrcaryB Appointee SHIRLEY WITHOUT OPPOSITION The final action of the National Republican Committee at Chicago seems to be effectively putting a quietus on Roosevelts Presidential aspirations via the Republican nom ination route as the Taft steam roller is working very smoothly in spite of the frantic howls of Teddy rough rider and circus following contingent Throughout the whole contest the Roosevelt followers have been howling fraud Oven in cases where their representatives on the committee voted against their EveningPostface of the fact that Judge Burnam the Kentucky representative on the committee and a strong Roosevelt adherent voted in several instances to seat the Taft delegates The Posts bitter attitude against Presiitdent Taft makes ono smile when It is remembered that the Post carried a beautiful little fourlino stanza at twoIfoolish hands mix or mar meaning Taft should be left to guide the countrys welfare etc It is becoming more apparent daily that the Republican nomina tion will be an empty honor as in their hopelessly disorganized condi tion they will have no chance to de feat the Democratic nominee who In all probability will be Spealia Champ Clark with Senator Oman ofNew York as his run mate for the Vice Presidency p ance of the seeming hppeji f the Republicans the V AliViAOffrl n thfei ffri w have already ceased thelr activities Iand have crawled into their civil service shell which they expect to protect them in case of Democratic expectI SwagarjSherleyslot in August for the Democratic nomination for which he will have opposition as Mr Sherleys ad mirable record in Congress has made him the strongest Democrat in this district and a power when advo eating beneficial measures for the people McCreary in all probability IGov the new Circuit Judge district within the next day or two and his appointee w111 have to Immediately begin hustling to have his name pn the primary ballot as the petitions bearing signatures have to be returned to the CountytClerk not later than June 24 For meT District Attorney W M Smith is already In the yield for this Judgeship and has received the f pledged support of many influential Democrats rind then again the rank and file of Democracy will hardly feell like supporting McCrearyB appointee in Tiaw of the fact that the Governor rebuked local Democracy this past week by appointing a man styled by Henry Watterson as a characterless Arab to an Impor tant State post when this same ap pointee fought Mayor Head and the Democratic ticket in 1909 aiding the local Republicans and issuing a paper in their behalf HAPPILY WEDDED With a nuptial mass at the lathe dral at 6 oclock Wednesday morn ing a pretty wedding was solemnized when John Mazzoni led to the altar Miss Oiula Fontana Rev Father Rock being the officiating clergy man The attendants were Mlw Tillle Montana and John Pontana Bister arid brother of the bride The happy bride Is the estimable daugh ter of Mrs Catherine Fontana 431 lEast Walnut street and is one of the most popular young ladies pf thei Cathedral congregation being an active member of the Young Ladles Sodality and an earnest worker for numerous charities Mr Mazzpnl is one of the leading ypttng Italians of the city aria well known In business and social circles Following the church ceremony a sumptuous wed ding breakfast was peryed at the home of the brides mother after which tho newly wedded couple left for ait extended honeymoon trip through the North Upon their return they will go to housekeeping JEFFERSONVILLp sews reached refferottvllle oh Wednesday of the death ot Patrick Malay brother pt Mrs Joseph Keetler and MM tDennla Dono nat his home InCJxicagql following a long Illness from Brlghtg disease IeWiWl a native of JettertbnvlUe and about Httyight yearn of Age Bdmund Drlacoll who bold a re ipdnalble railroad position at Vlolw burr Ml55IL li In the cltr visiting his brother John D Mjy oU Secre try of the Citisee nVCompany L- Ir p 1 p l- KENXJdKY rtn 1J11- t flMERlGflNAi- Ttkd KEHTUGKYt IRISH tIthe Social and Nerd Advanceraemeat of Irish Amerfcaas and Catholic Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ol Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CathoHc Knights of America ICKNTUCKY IHISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc BnUrtd t the LcalarllU PoitoMIc u SMoadClui flitter j tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West One St iHreii all CoBBiiilcatloai to j TRADES COUNCIL I 1912LOUISVILLEBIRDS OP A FEATHER Gov McCrearys appointment of t Dan lOSulllvan as Prison Comm stoner simply confirms the chare s made by Congressman Bon JohnsonJ before the Gubernatorial primary that the present administrate In allcrow were very antiCatholic their policies Apostate Catholl seem to havo the call with the powers that be at Frankfort Percy christened Purcoll Haly dictating the appointment of OSullivan ROOSEVELTS BULLDOZING Comparing Theodore Roosevelt of 1904 with Theodore Roosevelt of 1912 leading papers of New York charge that he Is having a brainstorm This is because President Taft has aelotced Elihu Root whom the Colonel described eight years ago as the ablest man in the publlc life of this or any other country as temporary Chairman of the Republican national convention Four years ago Cal Roosevelt succeeded In bulldozing the Republlacn party by the threat that If they dont take Taft they will get me Now ho is bulldozing it by the threat to band destroy it if the convention fs not surrendered into his hands There used to be a Republican party that managed its own conventions andI nominated Its own candidates ifor President It regarded itself as greater than any individual It recognized no mans divine right and submitted to no mans dlctatorshl The old Republican party seems have passed away After four yentoII of Hanna bossism and eight years of Roosevelt bossism it has lost its moral courage and its Indepen and its selfrespect It Is rdly and craven Even the Ident of the United States offers feeble and apologetic reel tHicfijmeorc tacfItLoLh term antagomStv Neither Taft nor Roosevelt has shown any regard for the dignity of the high office that aU good citizens hold dearest but this year the Democrats will place there a ti statesman who will again bring to the Presidency the prestige that ex alted office enjoyed during the Incumbency of our greatest and wisest statesmen rThe Evening Post informs Its Y readers that various uncouth 1m possibilities such as Mayor Fits gerald of Boston or Mayor Preston of Baltimore are talked of for theI Democratic nomination for the Vic I Presidency Will our unprejudiced I neighbor enlighten the people i- y In y what manner either is more uncoutl 6 than he who wrote the foregoing c Tell the truth Was it not the name only that aroused the Posts Iret ENGINE OF DEATH yr The automobile as a death dealing adjunct of civilization is givIng officials everywhere more concern L than streetcars or steam roads or both The Coroner of Chicago sug gests a remedy that is worthy a irisI t and might prove effective He declares that arrests and fines are asI futile as a scolding from a friend blt the victim The wealthy owner doesI not care for a fine What is neededI Is that carelessness with an automo bile resulting in injury or death oft a person shall be treated as assault with a deadly weapon so that crlm o In carelessness may be punishedl with the penalty of a crime Auto mobile deaths In this county aloneI have increased from five in 1905 to seventyfive last year and they willl exceed 100 this year Streetcar fatalities are on the decrease be tanse of better traffic disposal but autombblllsts are caring less each month for tile comfort and safety of others or themselves The Kentucky Irish American hasI from the first contended for lawsI that itfould protect all persons andl work no injustice to the autptets but from what has happened In this city and county would favor carry Y ing out tile puniahmeat above augget Therer were 1065 arrests in LoHlaI rill during the month of May This W aL treat record for the police andl also for Ireland M sot a native of that MMWtry WM among the greet uumtor Gtrniaay JYaac andi 0 Italy cosiblhed are ebarged wiuAmly eight whkjh PTOTM that foreli rei Idta here are law abiding Oratefal MfhmacteI of IIOUrllatMIoM front c our colleges and academies to theirJ I commencement and closing exercises i Absence from them is solely due toxl circumstances beyond our contrc but we live in the hope that next year they will have so changed that we attend them all I I Seventeen families were disrupted through the divorce route at Saturdays Joint session of the Jeffors I I Circuit Court The next Legislature IIthisIIJ J J It would be consistent on Gen j Nelson A Miles part If he should 1 return the Catholic portion of t I pension he is now receiving from I the Government I Col Theodore Roosevelt w i knows his man referred to Gen I Nelson Miles as a goldlaced coxcomb and a garrulous old man I Gov McCrearys idea of a good Democrat seems to be one who olns hands with the Republicans In local elections COMMENCEMENT I Exercises ofSchool Held n St Louis Bertrand Church The commencement exercises f St Louis Bertrands school were 1 held in the church Wednesday even- Ing in connection with recitation or the rosary a sermon on Christian education and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament Grammar school diplomas were conferr I I I upon Margaret C Cicotte Mary Victor Collins Irene P HennesE Mildred J Higgins Michael iJ Hogan Catherine E Meyer D McNally Mary E EdwardII I1 Elizabeth S Motschman The HolY Rosary Alumnae scholarship was1 awarded to Mildred J Higgins ai the Academy scholarship to Ellza both S Motschman The premium for regular attend nce was o umgIS for prompt and regular attendante vere awarded to Mary E McNall I I md Irene P Hennessy Premium ijf for penmanship were awarded tof toy Harp Raymond Kenealey John Cilkenny Bertrand Higgins Jorom iTanderventer John Clavin Lyle pper George Hardman Ceceli JcNally Evelyn Smith Mary RatI gan Virginia Kerins James Mc Jormack Conrad Riley and Regina Baldwin I APPy UNION A large concourse of friends and relatives witnessed the Rellhan Heeson nuptials which took plat- t I the Cathedral of the Assumption n Wednesday afternoon Miss Mar gle Mae Rellhan and Dennis Josepl bY1RevI eremony with a short and nstruc lye talk on the vows of matrimony Miss Anna Lee Rellhan acted uis- I rldesmald and James Otto Kauff man as best man Albert ID Gregg Cary Evans Arthur Fahey and ML I Murphy were ushers After an Informal reception at the homo of the bride the newly married couple i left on an Eastern bridal tour and bn their return will be at home to friends in their apartments 2IK laughter avenue ATHOMO LEAGUE SCHEDULE IThree good games are expected 1In- the Catholic League tomorrow al Shawnee parkSt Williams vs at Anthony St Charles vs Holy Cross and St Louis Bertrand vs tHoly TrInity The other two teams nt iBrigid and St Martin will meet at Spring Bank Park and battle for East End supremacy By their overwhelming victory over St CBrigid last unday St Charles went into first pllce St Williams their mpotUor losing to Holy Trinity The other teams are closely inched and a victory either way cuts quite a figure in the standing which is as follows Clubs Played Won Lost Tctg St Charles 6 6x0 1000 St Williams 6 6 1 833 Holy Trinity 6 3 3 500 St Anthonys S 3 3600H- oly Cross 0 2 4 333 St Louis Ber6 2 4 333 St Briglds o 6 2 4 33- 3b4artins0St 1 B 167 JOLLY STAG PARTY IJames Naughtba Jr the well known young druggist entertained twentypf his gentlemen friends ODi iday night of last week at hls- home 1911 West Market street He- was assisted in receiving by hisl mbther and father and all enjoye- dlone big night An elegant buffet luncheon was served and vocal and Instrumental numbers rendered by Frell Wells Charles OfcKune and- Harry SWAnn added to the pier jure ofthe eveBlng V j GU TOO BR 8TAT8 kriaona which heads the11ttte st NPI pro4neta atMSlaet year- de10 Its est ontpwt im tbe hlw ton ustry ANNUAL PICNIC UNDER AUSPICES OF Ancient Order of Hibernians Phoenix Hill Park Monday June 24 1912 DAY OF PLEASURE ADMISSION TEN CENTS r SOGIETY IWUl Ryan and family will spend the summer with Mrs Walters at Slmpsonville IIIMrs Martin Whelan has returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs E BI Hlto at Bardstown Mr and Mrs C A OConnor of Indianapolis have been visiting friends here this week 10Mrs Disney Ryan South Louls ville has been entertaining her aunt Mrs E Kane of Boston lOMrs E Kirk South Louisvll had her brother James Ryan of Evansville for a guest the past week Mrs Rebecca Keep spent last week at New Haven visiting her sister Mrs Helen Dawson at the Dawson House Mrs Mary Thieman of Ferdinai Ind has been spending a week with Mr and Mrs Henry Thleman In Oakdale Miss Nell Flannigan who was I tho guest of Mrs Elbert Manden South Louisville has returned to her home at Lebanon John Driscoll and family of Jef fersonville will spend the next f months at their summer home on the- o Indiana Knobs Miss Elizabeth Monahan will soon leave for Newburg N Y whore she will visit her aunt Mrs Edward Walsh for two weeksidMiss Josephine Byrne left Saturday to spend several weeks visiting friends in Cincinnati Latonla and the surrounding cities IWllllam J Burke has just re turned from Columbus Ohio where he Is attending college and wUl 11spend his vacation here redgr- ad 0ULl1 Tnr Catherine Academy at Springfield MA- i Miss Marguerite Kautt of the Highlands will return next week from Nazareth whore she has been completing her education Mr and Mrs John Gorman Sout Louisville have had as their guests for a week Patrick Gorman and son Harry of Mt Carmel Ill Miss Annie Lee Rawley came here from Frankfort last week to spend n few days with her parents Lieu Michael and Mrs Rawley ceRussell Kehoe and sister MissI Stella Kehoe of Jetfersonvllle are homo from Hanover Ind where they have been attending college IMr and Mrs Thomas Tarpe lefiye tomorrow for Bloomlngtoi Ill where they will spend a week visiting T r Paul Greonleaf and other friends Michael Gorman and wife and son have returned to their home at Paris iTenn after a most enjoyable visit with Mr and Mrs John Gorman 1In South Louisville James J Barry 1143 South Broo street Is the proud father of a fine young son Just arrived from BabY land Congratulations have been th order all week Mrs M J Hanley of Bowling Green and daughter Miss Lillian who has been attending school at Loretto Academy were this week the guests of Mrs B Tierney Sailing last Saturday from Nev York for Europe on the Koenigh Lulse were Otto Seelbach Mrs Bertha Seelbach Otto 8eelbachl Jr stand Miss Seelbach of this city Sojourning at West Baden Springs during the past week were Thomas II Murphy wife and daughter Edward J Boater D V Phelaxl and P M Murphy all of ths city A little Hoosier girl arrived at the home of iMr and Mrs Percy Dare ord of New Albany last Sunday Irs tBareford before her marriageI rae Miss Evelyn Reilly of this city Editor John J Barry and MissesI ellcia and Marie Hagan and MissI E Barry were here Wednesday en oute home from the Kentucky gees convention held at Olympian Jpringa I Attormey Albert T Martin left edneeday for Baltimore where heI wUljolnhl son Frank J Martin who is on his way home from St CharleS College where he ta study ng for the priesthood Mr and Mrs W Jibe llave an ouueed the engagement of their tighter ilea G r ldlne T Cald ellfito Ben A Mortubrst Their wedding which will be a iwolety Rotor much interest will takeI pta fiithe fall y J Hettry Hcetoker bM deiced UK uto tIN wellbtt JaIl dtwpr 4 d EXCURSION 1 en ROUND 4 Lull TRIP Lexington Danville and HarrodsburgL- ESS a TO INTERMEDIATE POINT Sundayt June 161 t VI- ASOUTHERN RAILWAY Train leaves 740 a m Seventh Street Depot ter Miss Josephine iHoelsker to Charles JC Hubrlch The wedding will bo solemnized Wednesday at 330 p m at St Martins churc Shelby and Gray s reets William P Sullivan a well known Louisville boy is now located in New York where ho is business manager of the Frank Russell Company Will is especially known In the Dominican parish his family be- Ing one of the pioneer settlers of that section Friends of Mr and Mrs Dennis 7A Dwyer of 1126 West Oak strec gave them a surprise reception Wednesday evening the occasion be- Ing theIr wooden wedding Mr Dwyers fellow railroad employ presented them with many unique and handsome presents John Riley and bride who was Miss Agnes Donabjue who were married last week at the Cathedral wlIl make their home with the bride mother Mrs Mary Donahue on West Broadway Rev Father E Donahi performed the ceremony the attend i ants being Miss TSmma Donahue and Edward Donahuj brother and sister of the bride m oIss Edna M Kjpch cieri Josop nn Ttnrr jjlrfl in eect St Georges church Tuesday morning at 9 oclock Rev Father Weis officiating Little Elenora KochI acted as flower girl and Stern Joseph Sohm Chester and 1Jerome Koch officiated as ushers after a reception at the brides res- Idence 1440 Eighteenth street the happy couple left for an extender Eastern trip and on their return tfill reside at Hobbs Ky where Jr Dawson is a distillery superln t endentThe marriage of Miss Roselln Viegand daughter of Clemens Wic and and Fred J Dolle was solemnized Wednesday morning with xia I nuptial high mass at St Bonlfnc church attended by a large gather- ring of friends and relatives of thi bride and groom who are wet mown and popular in Catholic so lely circles Following the ceremony md wedding breakfast the happ ouple left for an extended honeymoon trip from which they will return July 1 when they will be at home at 608 East Broadway FOR SWEET CHARITY The pupils otMlssBlanche Mitchells dancing class will repeat heir recent successful performance at Macauleys Theater next Tuesat j evening and the proceeds will be do lated to the Salvation Army Citadel fund Tickets are fifty cents each and can be exchanged at the box office for a reserved seat FATHER SMILES iFor the past few days the countenance of James J Riley has been reathed in smiles and to his friends he says his great happiness Is due to the safe arrival ot lovely twin girl babies at his home 1379 outh Brook street The mother and babies are doing nicely and many friends are calling and tendering congratulations VlSITEDLARGEOITIES Messrs John M Casey the hard ware merchant and Michael and James OSullivan of the Shelbyvllle ecord accompanied the Kentucky KnightSoof Columbus to the unveil ilng of the Columbus memorial at Washington From there they left- rora visit to New York and the large A tern cities- PRESENTATION ACADEMY An elaborate programme of ehr- clse has been arranged for the an- nnal commenceme1ltofPresentatlon Academy in their hall fourth and eckinridge streets next Monday mOrning and a large attendance of friends and relatives of the pupils expected to be present BIGGER AND BETTER Bids f looncHlk ns at the Ken sky State Tar to be held in Louis le next September are coming in HrIY Secretary Ji Ii Dent has al idy Meured pome of te beet free rftctlone the eon Zry affords and at thk time tie iroepeeUi fox a pet+ nd better fur thaaereran tIae vinr bert I n QDti c THE BIG PA- RKIIVFRYW The Show Place of the South Open Day and Evening With a variety of amusement affording huge treat to the thousands of men women and children of Louisville Free daily concerts by Don Philippin I and his band of thirtyfive FERRYThe XTRAGOOD VAUDEVILLE Daily Matluees Including Sun day all seats lOc Night lOc and 20c- Free Concerts By Natltllos Band MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials f SocialsOutings This beautiful Park has been greatly Improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies sac parties should consult the mans oaen of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts HARRY DECKER Assistant Manager SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP MILES FO- RjneFL n rs l Ul On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One ofthe above steamers leaves the Vhorlboat foot of Thud street every Sunday at 9 a m goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving ome about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c 3Has s ft Rogers see BOOK GOU BAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of thsir kind in the city BHks Magazines and Religious Articles OT zvur DESCHITOOW 34 West Jefferson Street AH the late and new Styles and Shaper can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us Heme Phone E687 Cumb Mien 661 HENRY fUCU- SFLORIST Store 560 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE GrecRhrises Charles and Texas Streets JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELER Watchest Diamonds 346 E Market Sta HOME PHONE 4066 aEPAIRINGASPE IALTY ALT woRK GUARANTEED n iFANCY LACES FOR WEDDING AND SUMMER DRESSES I i SUCH AS Cluny Baby Irish Ratine i Macrame Valenciennes Laces Real Handcrochet Rose Each c Real Handcrochet Medallions Each 10c Real Handcrochet Yokes for collarless waists 44c t Limitation Cluny LacesWld widths bands and edges come In white and ecru at yardlOc to 100 Valenciennes Laces French and German make broken match sets at yard 40 Dainty Little Venice Lace Edge and Insertions for finishing necks and sleeves at yard 2C c Heal Cluny Insertions and Edges dainty finishes for waists 1yard 25 New Ratine WOO Bands whit and ecru yard 75 i Novelty Lace Bands for dres trimmings white and ecru yard 10 Real Linen LacesGerman an 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doses and safe for the most delicate stomachs or systems For sale at all drug stores BOo and 1 Prepared only by KAMPFMUELLER MANFG COMPY 108 East Main Street Louisville Kentucky John B Ratterman 1117 VV MARKET ST Funeral Direcior and Embalmer Telephone 1180 CB THOMPSON eF IRI TI6i ONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH ATOENTJE Seta Tetepho 10BO All orders receive prompt attentioi and satisfaction guarant- eedIIERRMANN BROS ntroauJis FINE WINES AND LIQUORS o Dfotiltas and Wholesale Deal ers In Plant Brande of KM tacky Whiskies especially Nelsont1O7 xI 1tD 7I4 BOND 71el 1111 U4 17W MlT 0- S OC F THOMAS KEENAN s Feral Diriictur and Ehalmsr TELEPHONE 365- JOl tllltCarrliIltell 1225 W MA KETST HBOSSESSQN Funeral Directors and Embalmers jfHAVN r- Tehpbotli 2Z i 1 IIC1 r y i T HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekQeneral News Notes Division 3s social club Is Indeed alive wire They are arranging for a moonlight excursion next month DivisIon 2 Is making stead progress and will have a good report to make when the State convention meets here- In the Eastern cities the fiber I1 clan military companies were prom Inent In the parades and Memorial day exercises The lawn fete and euchre of the Ladles Auxiliary on Monday night was well attended and all spent a pleasant evening Divisions 3 and 4 are still neck and neck in the raca for member ship the latter still holding the lead by a small margin With the Initiation of sixty can didates Milwaukee keeps its place at the top with the largest division ol the Ancient Order in the country Sergeant Pat Meehan and Patrol man James Doran are taking advan tage of their vacation to attend I meetings and renew old friendships with their Hibernian friends Members of the order throughout the city will rejoice to learn that Treasurer Thomas Lawler of Divis ion 1 is recovering from his illness and will soon be able to be out againCapt John B Murphy Police Commissioner in Jeffersonville and one of the best known Hibernians in Indiana Is recovering from an 111I ness that confined him to his home for the past two weeks Division 4 meets Monday night and President Hennessy urges all members to be present The pro ceedings of the County Board meet Ing will be reported and quite an amount of important business will be transacted Members of Division 1 were elated over the Increased attendance Tues day night and all had the glad hand for Thomas Keenan Jr James Twohig and Thomas Shelley one of the few remaining pioneer members of the order in Louisvi- lleAWIRESSIYENESS Lacking In Playing of the I Louisville Base Ball Club Manager Carrs hustling Kansas City team will meet the Colonels again today and tomorrow will play- a doubleheader the extra game be Ing a postponed one from April 22 Carrs club Is resting easy in fourth position and only half a dozen games behind the leaders many critics freely predicting that the pennant race will narrow down to a race between them and Columbus with Minneapolis having an outside chance The dcat striking charac 1 r teams has wh US th ass thus fat peclally noticeable to th MajBan on account of Louisvilles de t ency In that respect every man on the team seeming either too timid or In different to put a little ginger iIn his work or protest strongly at theI unfair decisions which they have received in abundance lately This isI not fair or just to either the man I agement or the public and Manager Tighe will have to bear the respon slbillty for this neglect There is no gainsaying the fact that Louis vine is a splendid ball town and will support a hustling team even if it is losing but the indifferent work of some of the team lately deserves censure as with the long stretch oft home games the club still has a chance to become a contender in the race EACH GET TEN DAYS The Board of Safety has grantedt each of the following members oft the local police force ten days vaca tion this month Sergeant Pat Mee han J J Gallagher James Doran John McCtie Tom Fitzgibbons Ed ward McSweeney Jerry OLeary W J Conners Charles W Hickoy Mike Moran Lieut Edward Pulf ord Ed ward Kennedy John Hession and Thomas OBrien This is the de- airable season for a vacation among the police and those mentioned con elder themselves in luck FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours adoration is ap pointed for St Peter Clavers church tomorrow and will begin at theI high mass and conclude Tuesday evening A number of the local clergy will assist the pastor and a large attendance Is looked for at alll the services CENTRAL COMMITTEE The regular monthly meeting of the Central Committee 0 K of A will be held next Friday night at St MaryB Hall There will be n discussion of several Important questions and therefore Catholic Knights as well as delegates areI asked to be there ST tNN1 SCHOOL EXERCISES The children of St Anns schooll will hold their annual closingexer cises in the school hall Seventh and I Davies avenue Tuesday evening June 25 and the preceding Monday June 24 will entertain with a sociali In the afternoon and evening with no charge for admission BLESSED THE POLICE Hundreds of New York policemen at the close of their special memorialt service held in St Patricks Catht Aral last Sunday surrounded Car iiaal Farley as he was about toaster hit residence and kneeling in- the grass asked fpr hla blessing lhs Cardinal deeply touched by thisd pontaneoua evldsnoe of rwrtwonee end affection spoke briefly to the IM aN tkey knelt before Jitj 0 i c Gtias e ftRogers II BOOK 60LPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind In the city Silks Magazines and Ret ieus Articles or amass JOMBORJITIOK 434 West Jefferson Street to All the lateand new Styles and Shape can be found here at reasonable prices I Call and see us Home Phono 5687 Curnb Mien 667a HENRY FUCH- SFLORIST it Store 560 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Greenho ISM Charles and Texas Streets JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELERCnM MVMM MiMMvar a Watches Diamonds 346 E Market Stt HOME PHONE 4066ss REPAIRING A SPECIALTY tt- ALL WORK GUARANTEED Did It Ever StriKe You S- That For 15 Years We Have Made Old Hats Like New National Hat Cleaning Works CON J KOLB Prop 7 PANAMA AND STRAWS CLEANED sad BLEACHED Phone 5161 tome 533 23est Market Street ab1 ed os tbab- tb+aa s ST XAVIER S eOLLEGt 1 112 W Broadway SonliviUe Xy I Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymna slum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr BOTH PHONES 204 John J Westefeld formerly with German Insurance Bank now with th- eNorthwestern t Mutual Life Insurance Co i r t Todd Building Louisville Ky WE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND HANG 15FOOT ROOM SIDES AND CEILING FO- R35O GULLEY WALL PAPER STORE Seventh and Oak Sis Cumb S 2692A Home 6226 HENRY fMOLD ID UR IN 1 Staple and Fancy Grocirhss lA FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Hams Pbww 4330 524W WALNUT HOME PHONE 3924 Fred T f llffernanf Grocery and Cafe FINE WINES AND LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCO NWCor351h and Madisin I r GIVE tEA CALLS JLBrownfieiGoJ I i 553 THIRD ST Eiiiniir and Contractor a STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING 1 Dont Build Without Sehiri Me t ttYae7s4L tt- r 1 h KNIfflM OF COMBEj I News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere I Indianapolis Council conferred the three degrees on a largo class lastI SundayFort Wayne Council is the largest- In Indiana having an enrollment of 800 members Buffalo Knights will give a ban quet Monday night in honor of ArchbIshop Keane The fourth degree was exempli fied before a class of 200 from Missouri and Kansas atSt Joseph last SundayInclusive of tho recent Fort I Wayne initiation Indianas fourth degree membership approximates about 600 The Texas State Council has voted send its new and retiring State Chaplains to the Columbus unveiling ceremonies at Washington Minneapolis Knights assisted at the Decoration day memorial serv ices and in the evening conferred the third degree on a large class Initiations tomorrow at Vlncennes Crawfordsville will largely In crease the Indiana membership which now is approaching the 9000 nark Fifty rooms have been reserved at the Raleigh Hotel for the accommodation of Louisville Knights attend ing the Columbus statue unveiling WashingtonThe councils have added another hundred to their ranks The Knights of Kenosha WIs have purchased for 18000 the building adjoining the one they now own PRESENTATION ACADEMY Invitations are being issued for ho annual commencement of Presentation Academy Fourth and reckinrldge on Monday morning Tune 17 The programme of exercises this year will surpass any ever witnessed in this city and will speak loudlY for the excellence of this- plendid academy ST ELIZABETHS The congregation of St Eliza eths church East Burnett avenue will entertain with a euchre and party on the church lawn on ho night of June 18 On the dayl following a lawn fete and festival will be held on the church grounds luring the afternoon and evening 3T CECILIAS COMMENCEMENT The children of St Cecilias school will hold their annual commencement in the school han Twenty sixth and St Cecilia streets Wednesday evening June 19 at- T30 oclock Tickets of admission fro twentyfive cents USEFUL LIFE CLOSED Frans Bowling aged si wo rears Y Lthe best kno f NP a- tld P d a a erested in mBBJBi Pflnsos He la survived by his wife and the following children Lancaster Howling Kendrick Bowling Bernard Bowling and Bloom Bowling and Mrs Virgil OBryan and Miss Mary Jane fowling COVINGTON Rev Father BLohr who has been visiting in Switzerland re turned to Covington last Sunday Ho has been assigned to St Anthonys hurch at DeCoursey taking the place of Father Otto Hafen who left his week for Europe Last SundaY afternoon at the Convent of Notre Dame East Sixth street the blessing ook place of the vestments and inens destined for poor churches Thoy were made by the Tabernacle Society of Kentucky UNITY COUNCIL OUTING Unity Council Y M I will have Its annual picnic and outing at Uenwood Park on June 13 The Hendrix Stock Company will present The Mad Miser in the summer theater Tho cast is composed of such well known amateur perii formers as Lena Shlckel Frances lueber Antoinette Zettel Carl letnp Joseph Oesweln Joseph Kehl Villlam Keeper and Julius R Jodenmueller l ASSED AWAY WHILE PRAYING Just after ha had received holy ommunlon and while ho was kneeling in prayer in his pew Abel lontgomery a respected citizen of Owens oro died of heart trouble unday morning at St Pauls hurch He died so quietly that those near him noticed nothing miss until he failed to arise to leaVe the church with the congregation and a touch and look disclosed the fact that he had died in prayer ORDAINED NINETEEN During an Impressive ceremony which commenced with a Pontifical low mass In St Patricks Cathddral last Saturday morning Cardinal arley ordained nineteen young Inen to the priesthood and conferred 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SPECIAL OFFER 4 tjraa For a llimited period the Kentucky Irish bit American Wlllpresent FREE with each paid subscription either new or old a copy of C A lJ ifI Windles interesting pamphlet j t libthe Catholic Church the Deadliest F Menace to Our Liberties and Civilization 1 The writer is a nonCatholic and Editor of the o 0famousi publication Brann s Iconoclast Dont fail to take advantage of this offer t 3e o HOMR HOE 7Se HOUSEHOLD GOODS J3HAS DECKEL SON t JQUHlltaLMJiJ l J 1 D STOVE UGSMAfTfNGSi ETt32IEirtlil Stf1N5liki PraUII ail+I Ply 1 of t1 ENTHUSIASM Prevailed Tuesday Night at Meeting of Division 1 A O H Enthusiasm marked the meeting of Division 1 A O H Tuesday night when thorn was a notable in crease in attendance which has been steadily growing under the adminls I tration of President Martin Cuslcl the present officers The dlyis land accepted an invitation to the fete and summer festival for Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and voted to attend Patrick Stone and Edward Cradlck were reported still unable to follow their occupa tions and benefits were approved for all on the sick list Daniel Mc Carthy delivered an address in which he pointed to the pride Cath olio Irishmen should feel In the Ancient Order and the duty resting i upon members to make the comingI annual picnic a success MIHiggins spoke for the Catholic IiedIeration In which tho Hibernians I have always been interested Divis ion I will do its part and will have Its entire membership in the parade In answer to repeated calls Presi dent Cusick made a timely talk upon the characteristics of the Irish peo ple and the part they are playing j for the advancement of every worthy public movement MACKIN COUNCIL t91Owensboro tion AIackin Council held a fairly well attended meeting Monday night which was enlivened by spirited talks and tho election of six dole gates and alternates to the Grand Council of the Kentucky Jurisdic tion which meets this year at Owensboro The delegates chosen are Robert T Burke Rev Father Martin Wledekamp Dr J A Casper L Sherley Cunlff Al Link and Clyde Graven the alternates being Joseph Higgins Val Kast Thomas D Clines George J Lautz Thomas Yount and George Simonis Cpm mlttees were present from Trinity and Unity Councils to formulate plans for the part the Y M I would tako in the Catholic Federation parIade and decide upon the subject their float Rev Father iFagan was introduced and delivered short ad dress that was heartily applauded Upon all sides was heard favorable comment for the lawn tennis court which has already developed some fast players Unofficial reports point tp the realization of over UOO from the recent operas qf the Choral Club The council made a liberal J donation to the summer festival for Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hodpltal and accepted the invitation to at ten J RE- fmusica concert and recital to bo given irext Friday night at the Womans Club by Patrick OSullivan assisted by Mrs Carrie Rothschild Saplnsky and Douglas Webb Mr OSullivan has won distinction in Europe and this country and his recital is exciting interest As an exponent of the modern Celtic school of music Mr OSulll van Is recognized as one of genius and authority and his composltons have been received with great en thusiasm both in this country and abroad The revival of Gaelic art literary and musical has made tremendous strides in the past few years and to those to whom ther Irish music makes Injtimate appeal as well as to the cultured musclan this concert should be of particular Interest Tickets have been placed on sale at Smith Nixons LOSS TO CITY The city of Louisville and espe cially the Dominican parish mourns the death of Joseph H Wagner whoI for the past thirtysix years was engaged J In the sheet iron and metal business at 1147 South Seventh street Five weeks ago the deceased suffered injuries in a runaway and though not dangerous they caused pneumonia which proved fatal Jo seph Wagner was a native of Indi ana but came here when a young man and his integrity and upright ness of character and geniality of disposition earned him the respect and esteem of all with whom he was I associated in business or socially Ho Is survived by three sons E H 1 TW and J C Wagner two daugh ters Elnora and Sister Josephs of the Sacred Heart Academy three sisters Mrs Mary Thelman and Sister Bonaventura of Ferdinand Ind and Sister apUfltak of Blirin Ingham and a brother the Ray Morris Wagner of Mariahill Ind 1 The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrahds on Saturday morn- Ing the church being thronged by sorrowing friends and relatives 0FONTAINA Another high class vaudeville bill will be presented the patrons of Fontaine Ferry Park next week Every day and nightmarks a great J Increase in attendance at this popular summer amusement resort The free band concerts are a delight to the thousands of visitors as are also the various amusement devices now 1n full operationCATHQLIO LEAGUE SCHEDULED CJ Much Interest la being manifested u In the race for the pennant In the athollo Baseball League as is evidencedbYth increased attend ee at the games every Sunday Clean sport has been the slogan of CI the league since its opening and it at- lB being freely predicted that the I F eague will prove to be a nucleus for c he forming of a nanntCathoUolf ithlfttlo organisation on the jpriri o Iplee oflt Y M9 A ketf91 t pl win to toe iwltaaula J8r4 towor1 row fl lWUtaii is Holy 1tilblI- I ao J rJ custADEN GIVES Green Trade Stamps With Fancily Orders For ICE- PCREAM Factory 309311 S Second Street FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to H WMf MAYER K 419 W MARKET S- TMONUMENTS Having purchased the entire stock of Monuments of the lateI Muldoon Monument Company we are in a position Jo offer the same to parties wishing to im prove their cemetery lots at YeryI tow prices Qlve us a call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument CO SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meet at Falls City Hall n First ant Thud Tuesday President Martin J Cuslck j Vice President Charles J Finne J gan Recording SecretaryAn fly mp Ins racial tar1it Financial 84cretaryJon E Far= roll 1808 West Market Treasurer Tbprnas P lawler SergeantatArma Louis Roller SentinelHenry McDermott DIVISION 2 tfeets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal nut street- sPresidentCon J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Treasurer James Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J CKeofe Financial Secretary John J Keaney 1607 Dumes- allSergeantatArmsJ CharlesI ObatSentinelEdward Brennan DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteelth and Portland President Hugh Hourigan Vice PresidentJ M Maloaey Recording Secretary Thoa Stev ensFinancial SecretarynJohn U Hesslon 1710 Baird TreasurerD JDougberty- SergeantatATmTames Stevens I Sentinel Thomas Moon- DIVISION 4 MondayBertra President4ohn H Heunewy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Bar ry I Financial Secretary Thomas JII Langan 807 West Oak I TreasurerThomaaDowneySergeantatArmaJollB SentlnM M J McDeraaott I Y 33kl X I MAOKIN COUNCIL 206IBeets Monday Evenings at Club I Rouse 344 North Tw tyirixlli f President Frank Q AdamiB a First Vice PresidentA C Link il Second Vice PreetdeatWilliam liha It Financial SecretaryWm Link tf 3Recordingborne C Correepondlns Secretary George Lautz TreasurerRobert T Burke Marshal Fred Sohuler c Inside Sentinel Peter And riot h Outside eemtlnelJoseph Higgins I a ew Albany St Anthony vs Holy rose and Bt Martin vs St Louis 1 rtraad atj8bawnee Park St a barley vs St Brigld at Spring ank Park b BUFFALOS OATHHDRAI IB Thee cornerstone of Bishop Hons magnificent new Cathedral Buffalo will be laid by Cardinal irley tomorrow afternoon with lemn e4rvieis A general parade members of the various parishes the dloceee will td held in con di lotldm with the ceremony The It sermon will tee1 preaehed by Arch li rtop John J XMBB et DbHfM8 jw nlt ENLIGHTENED Talks on Irish Unity and suture of Ancient Order Y 4 Division 3A O H held a largely attended meeting Monday night at which John F Morris dcllv re4a 4 splendid address on the benefits of unity among Irishmen and matters 4 pertaining to the future of Division 3 and the Ancient Order were 4 earnestly discussed by Messrs Thomas Kennedy John Karman ex County President Thomas Quinn W B Campbell Sergeant John Ma- loney John Hession Dan Dougberty 4 John Riley John Price and others who enlightened the members on their duties President iHourlgan re ferred three applications and announced that Joseph Lannan James McCue and Charles Riley were recov Ing from their illness Attorney Lawrence Mackey after reporting the proceedings of the Catholic Fed eration Invited all to the meetings at the Catholic Womans Club on the second and fourth Thursday of each month Much interest was manifested in the annual picnic tQ I be held at Phoenix Hill Park on June 24 and all promised to boost this reunion in every way possible Announcement was also made that the Hibernian Social Club had se cured one of the best steamboats for a moonlight excursion on the even Ing of July 29 FRANKFORT i 4 4 Preparing For a Patriotic 4 fourth ofJuly- Holiday 4 4 4 4 4 At a special meeting of Frankfort Council Knights of Columbus held last Wednesday evening the General Picnic Committee composed of the elective and appointive officers of the council organized and elected the following officers P B Lillis Chairman J Jk Canty Secretary and John A iBrlslan Treasurer The Chairman then appointed various committees that will have charge of c and assist in making the second an nual outing to be given on July 4 a big success- The Publicity and Promotion Committee that had charge of the Initial outing last year that proved such a phenomenal success in every way will servo again this year and Is composed of the following well known members John R flower Chairman L T Schroff J J Oerther P P Manning J J King banes Whitehead and J J Brlslan t goes without saying that the 1912 utlng on July 4 will be well adver Ised throughout Kentucky It Is jhe intention of Frankfort Council- o make its second annual outing practically a reunion of Knights of Columbus from all over the State and in a few days Invitations will be ailed to tt a bin I scted that t will mpBGyeral hundred visiting Knlgnw in Frankfort on that day Every amusement device that is usually found at county fairs and picnics as well as several new and novel attractions that have been ape cially secured for this event will be found on the grounds situated about a mile and a half from the center of the city Glenwood Park Is one of the most Ideal spots in all Kentucky for an allday and evening outing and a modern summer theater and spacious dancing pavilion and numerous large shade trees will enable all who attend to spend a long day of unalloyed pleasure faraway from the sweltering heat and the dusty city Many special features never before presented at an outing In Frankfort or elsewhere are being arrange for due announcement of which will be made later In the meantime let every Knight of Columbus In Kentucky make arrangements to come and bring wives sisters and sweethearts to the historic little city nestling among the verdant hills through which the picturesque Kentucky slowly wends its way and they may rest assured that the cordial and brotherly welcome that will be accorded them by the K of Cs of Frankfort and the pleasure they will derive from their visit to the Capital City will amply repay them for their Journey TOKEN FOR MR EHRMANN Hllinar Ehrmann the well known local business man was the guest the Queen of Nelson Bowling ofjjand the officers of the Bowling Association atagiven in his honor at the residence jf John Lubbers of West Jefferson = Street Wednesday evening and during the course of the evening was resented with a handsome crayon portrait elegantly framed of himself the presentation being made by Ubert F Martin In a neat speech Jr Ehrmann was barely able to esporid 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