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Ii W j t y K i ftii WE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give Title Office Your Next Order 16 18 j in For to the of That City Was Even to In a His to Drive Ro man Out of OF HIS The and other dally papers an Item this past week telling of the of six of Denver fOr and on the Rev Otis L an A P A and agent of the Menace tho telling how was carried some from Den ver the lecture and after being beaten was then re leased and had to be taken to a On his he went before the grand Jury and the of Cronin Frank Loran Dolan Frank and Tim othy the grand Jury the police depart ment for not giving better The also stated that the was from Des and came to Denver with the of the clergy whom he of Now for a little light on this case which Is sure to be by the Menace and other as a The MRey Otis L Is the his torical editor of the Menace and three years ago was pastor of the First church of Den ver being by the after ono service for up In the and was given one years salary to get out Last week he came to Denver with the of giving a series of vicious and and also Sis ters of which there was no in the daily press The Denver daily papers 4 tY his so he after he had given two talks In the church The saw these after the third lecture had been given and to the church who refused to let the talk night He then held a In the and among his were that that the Pope Is a white slaver that t are by on the part of the I and brides etc He said It was not t to kill a priest 1 On night a was held In the Union and a who Is to a woman arose and the that If one word more was said about the morals of women the t would be killed by him s This mans name In I News gave the names of two Denver who had been up on Im moral The never heard of the men The made such inflam that he was from the and the noise became so that a riot call was sent In On this night he subtly urged a to drive the o 1 ence left when the r to allow of lies On night was to appear at the avenue a church The Rev o Percy V Jenness was duly r that had the c law by the mur t der of but t to call oft the The asked for police and Chief ONeill to send police by auto If they were needed t The in paper jthat the police had t them all night a of went to hotel him took him miles out from the city and he Is now In St Lukes The and names of his were of his about t with wives seem to have been as angry as were with him The of the city are sorry any was visited on him but every one who heard him has been to admit that he was beat it nt lira own game and that he got a i dose of the very he advo sated for the and laity TAX j and other I will not be to at the the Income tax on the on their bonds and other to a ruling Just Issued by the t and are ex empt from the income J taxes r T 1 KENTUCKY IRISh 1I AMERICAN VOLUME XXXIINO LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS APA Assaulted Denver Insults Catholics Refused Permission Lecture Methodist Church Urged Hearers Catholics America DOSE OWN MEDICINE Louisville contained Indictment Catholic citizens alleged kidnapping assault Spurgeon lecturer dispatch Spurgeon distance following severely hospital recovery secured Indictment Jeremiah William Nugent Barney Sylvester Callahan further criticizing Spurgeon protection dispatch minister Molnes avowed purpose attacking Catholic accused Immorality heralded loudmouthed fanatics Romish outrage Spurgeon assistant Baptist removed Trustees months stirring dissension congregation Immediately Intention obscene antiCatholic lectures bitterly attacked Catholic mention refused tottce ttberlallews teaarsryan advertisement announcing speeches circulated handbills Trinity Methodist Catholics handbills protested Trinity authorities bigoted minister Friday meeting Charles building sayings Catholic priests maintain concubines Catholic marriages characterized Immorality pastors murder Catholic Saturday meeting Pentecostal Temple Protestant married Catholic Informed lecturer Catholic speaker appeared Sundays Spurgeon alleged priests brought charges diocesan authorities mentionedospeaker matory remarks frequently Interrupted audience general revolution Catholics Iioutspeaker refused corrections Sunday Spurgeon Twentythird Presbyterian Informed Spurgeon violated antiriot advocating Catholic priests refused meeting Trustees protection promised Trustees advertised Monday mornings refused protection- On Sunday number persons Spurgeons kidnapped twentysix Hospital religion assailants unknown Because charges Catholic marriages Protestants Catholic Catholics Catholics violence compelled merely medicine Catholic priests INCOME RULING Religious corporations pcclesIaHtlcal organizations required withhold source Interest obligations according Treasury Department Religious charitable organizations paymentof tnioiwtly Archbishop Qulgley of Chicago Inquired of the department whether it would be necessar for such organizations to withhol and pay to the Government the ta on the Income from bonds Issued bJ them The Treasury Departmen rules that such organizations srI exemptnot only from the paymen of an Income tax but from ever obligation or requirements Impose d by any or all of the provisions 01 said section of the law upon with holding agents NARROW ESCAPE Four members of the Loulsvill e W11llamFrank Fallahay had a inlraculou escape from Instant death In a col listen that occurred Monday nigh when they were making a run to thE fire at the National Foundry at Four teenth and Main streets Engine No 17 with Schulto Duffy and Fallahay was coming In Eighteenth street while McDevitt was driving the powerful automobile up Jefferson street Both arrived at the intersection att the same moment the engine being overturned from the Impact and the four men pinned in the tangled mess Immediately a great crowd gathered and released the four firemen all of whom were seriously Injured from their perilous position They were removed to their homes and given medical attention some time elapsing injuriesbecameDevltt were hurt Internally Duffy sustained a fracture of his left arm and Fallahay the fracture of a small shoulder bone When heard from Thursday all were reported resting easy with chances favoring their recovery ENJOYED BY ORPHANS Never In the eighty years of their existence have the children of St OrphanAsylumsEaster than that of last Sunday Promptly ats 1230 oclock the 120 boys and Sisters of St Thomas Asylum boarded special cars under charge of Messrs William T Mee han Dan J Hennessy Thomas Tarpy Joe P McGinn S R Hard man J A iHoerter H A Veene man Camden McAtee E W Caffrey lL B McBride and others In which they were conveyed to St Vincents where they were joined by the Sisters and 100 girls of that Institution Here there was a happy reunion as numbers of the orphan boys and girls were brothers and sisters who had been long separated and for them especially It was a most de Ightful occasion When the little ones made their appearance on thq lawn surrounding St Vincents they were greeted by a gathering of clergy and people representing nearly all the Eng11 speaking con ok1redegsrounds and the hunt for these afforded the children much amusement as well ad a most spirited play hour When the eggs had been athered the people assembled in the Orphan Asylum where words of heer and encouragement were pokQn by Rev James P Cronin V G of St Patricks Rev Louis GL Deppen Rev Thomas White Rev Michael Melody chaplain of St Vin ents and Thomas W Tarpy Here he children received Bruit and candies and rendered a very entertaln ng programme So Impressed were he gentlemen who conceived the dea of the egg hunt that they announced that a grand Fourth of July picnic for the benefit of the orphans would toe held on St Vin cents grounds and thus aid the good Sisters of Charity who have Iven their lives to the support of hose parentless children Upon all Ides were heard expressions favor ig the formation of a laymens organization of the Englishspeaking athollcs on the lines of the St oseplt Orphan Society and It Is now conceded that the movement will soon be launched Such a so lety would be of untold benefit to both St Vincents and St Thomass sylums CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Members of the various branches tt the Catholic Knights of America 11i Louisville will have their annual Bunion tomorrow morning at the athedral when they will receive holy communion In a body at a pedal mass beginning at 746 clock The Rev P M J Rock ector of the Cathedral will be the elebrant of the mass and will preach he sermon Father Rock Is one of 10 founders of this great Catholic order which has protected thousands oft widows and orphans The reunion will be under the auspices of he Central Committee and President Ben Kruse and the officers hope- o see the Knights turn out In such numbers as will fill the church CATHOLIC PROGRESS During the past seven years the progress of things spiritual and temporal in the Covington diocese has been steady and encouraging says he Christian Year The number of athollcs have increased 10000 seventeen new churches have been erected at a cost of 500000 six new schools have been built at a coat of 250000 thirteen new pastoral residence were constructed at LcoSt of 100000 A new hospital si being finished at a cost of half a million dollars and other Improve ofchurchesmd schools aggregate an outlay of thatCoVingtonprocession HONORS CALIFORNIA BISHOP Gpy Johnson has appointed Bltahop t Qallt can Peace CenteBftry which will beheld la Waihlnj t m Ftbrwry Ili 1915 t 6 y d JUBILEE x y t Celebration of Very Rev Thomasty Sylvester McGovern O P f Tomorrow Sermon hy the VeryRov D J Kennedy of Washington CollegeaB t Beloved Pastor Presented With Substantial Purse by Isis Congregation MANY CLERGY TO BE PRESENT The silver jubilee or twentyfifth anniversary of the ordination of the Very iRev Thomas Sylvester Mc Goyern prior of St Louis Bertrands WGOYERNII REV T S church which occurred last Sunday will be celebrated tomorrow with a solemn high mass at 1030 oclock the celebration having been de ferred a week on account of the date falling upon Easter Sunday The sermon will be delivered by Very Rev D J Kennedy of the Dominican House of Studies Washington D C and Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue Very Rev J p Cronin Vicar General and many clergy of- Uieqloc seUb present + f nitaddl = tlon to several priests from outside of the diocese among them Rev Father R J Hlggins of New Haven Conn who Is also a participant in the celebration and who was sta tioned at the local Dominican church some twenty years ago shortly after his ordination Two other priests who were members of the same ordination class as Father i McGovern and Father Higgins are Father Gaffney and Father tEnls who are unable to be present Father McGovern is a native of Nqw York Cltyas is known by many having first saw the light of day in that metropolis In 1861 and entered the Dominican order when twentytwo years old toeing or dained by the late Right Rev Bishop Watterson of Columbus at Somerset Ohio In 1889 and since his or dination has been stationed in many different parts of the country in cluding the scene of his birthplace New York His splendid executive ability and business acumen have obtained for him a wide reputation throughout the entire Eastern province of the Dominican order he having obtained signal success In managing the parish affairs of Mem phis Zanesvllle Columbus and New York and last but not least which Is familiar to many locally the wiping out practically of the large debt of St Louis iBertrands church which amounted to over 26000 when he became prior less than three years ago this being part of the huge debt which had hung overtt that church since Its erection In 1871 The congregationltn all that time paid out large sums in interest and only small amounts on the prin cipal but under the collection sys tem Inaugurated by Father Mc Govern an average of 4615 was received every third Sunday of the month toy an envelope collection and the statement of the amounts I and givers published In a monthly calendar Issued the Sunday follow ingIn appreciation of the splendid work of Tather McGovern and as a token of the esteem in which he has endeared himself to his flock the members of the Holy Name Society Altar Society and Blessed Virgin So dality In a two weeks canvass of the parish secured a purse of 1000 which theY presented him with the suggestion that iIt be used for a visit to Rome and Ireland this com ing summer at the close of his term as prior accompanied by the following testimonial card handsomely silverIIesteem and mark of the occasion of this the twentyfifth anniversary of your ordination to the holy priesthood That the silver joy of this day may continue until it has become a golden glory is our sincere jubilee wish The Holy Name Society The Altar SoctetY1The Blessed Virgin Sodality And a Host of Friends Another tribute to father Mc 1 8 ability IB the fact thatIunder his direction a Chaplain of the Holy Name Society that organi sation of men has grown tobethllargest In the history of the church the atten knee Qt ion lt Sunday IJIIIIC f s communion belrig about 500 tin IIat at the 730 oclock ma- ssDEMOCRATS Discussing Prospective Candidates For Governors Race Next Yeari McDermott Bosworth and Gar nett Predicted as Three Sure Entries Local Bull Moose Organ Quit For Lack of Support of Patriots KIRBY TO BE A CANDIDATE In addition to the many discus sions as to the probable result of the contest for fthe Democratic nomination for United States Sen ator between GOY McCreary ex Gov Beckham Congressman Stanley and exCongressm n Dave Smith the race for the Gubernatorial nom ination has been brought into the argument and it is rumored that combinations are being made whereby support in the Senatorial race will be traded for support In the Governors race of next year From the present outlook there will be four sure starters and they are all officials of the present State administration Lteut Gov EJMcDermott Auditor H M Bosworth Attorney General James Garnett and Commissioner of Agriculture J W NewmanThe last named is the most doubtful entrant of the four on ac count of the bitter opposition of the Kentucky State Federation of Labor to his present conduct of the labor department of his office Ignoring organized labor in the selection of Inspectors whom the labor officials charge are negligent of their duties and are only holding their positions because of political preferment But his chief opposition will come from many Democrats In this sec tion who are Indignant at his action in removing Labor Ispector Ben Sand for the latters exposure of the labor claims of the Progressive candidate In the recent campaign and which action was termedby many as a play to the galleries IN ctThhte a lloandidatesitessrs McDermott iBoswortii and Garnett have all made good officials and each have a representative fol lowing of Influential Democrats and either would make a splendid Chief Executive The friends of Lieut Gov McDermott contend and very logically too that he should receive tho nomination for two reasons principally first that because of his ranking as second highest official In the State he should be promoted for reward of merit and secondly be cause of the fact that his position is the least lucrative of the prospective candidates The wise politicians claim that the result of the Senatorial race will greatly determine the strength of the candidates for Governor next year as the successful candidate for the former will naturally try to reward his supporters by holding the same organization In line for next year The local organ of the Bull ioosers styled the Grill pathet Ically announced In its last Issue that owing to the lack of financial support It would have to suspend publication this fate being predicted In these columns after the Grills first appearance this prediction being made with the fullI knowledge of the character of patriots who were posing as espous ers of good government in the last campaign their ostensible purpose being to land a fat salaried position with little work attached many ofI them being disgruntled and dls charged Democrats flanked by a ew Republicans who had been kicked out of their party for trying- to commit it to a platform of religious prejudice From this class he Grill managers acted unwisely- In expecting support this style of reformers preferring to act the role of parasite in the camp of men like Axton or anyone else ready to trade campaign barrel for the chance of political honors Editor Armstrong who was a stranger in our midst will now probably turn his attention- to amore fertile field for reform and all will be forgiven If he can persuade some of the local reformers more aptly named knockers to accompany him on his travels from city to city In a recent Issue in the Ken tucky Irish American there was published a list of probable candi datesfor judicial honors next year and inadvertently the name of Judge Samuel B Kirby was omitted as a prospective candidate for reelection several of his friends calling attention to the oversight they stating that his good record on the bench deserves indorsement tromthe teealsolectlye candidate for one of the Clr cull JudgeshipsCOVIGT011 The light iRev Blsh pMael leaves Covington next Monday for Washington City where he will at tend the semiannual meeting of the Universityofceedto New York from which city hei sails April 30 on the Panonla for1Naples arriving In Rome May where he will make his Teporttoj the Holy Fatjiftr Pope Phi 1 n I I HOME RULE Has Majority That Insures Suc cess In the House of ICOluulOnsII 1 Whole Debate Shows That the Bill Can Not Now Be Defeated Asquith Will Not Consent to Any thing Inimical to Irish Interest SOON UP TO THE HOUSE OF LORDS Cabling the American press last Sunday Hon T P OConnor M P declared that home rule has passed another milestone on its road to the statute book On the second reading debate considering that nine OBrienites abstained from voting and that some four or five Liberals and Irish were absent through illness the majority of eighty Is magnificent It may go up a few figures more at subse quent stages but eighty majority is quite big enough to carry the bill to a successful end in the House of Commons The whole debate also shows the Inner sense of everybody that the bill can not now be defeated and that the only question that re mains Is whether it shall go on the statute book with or without Asqulths concessions to Ulster With a view of saving his party from recommitment to the Impos sible policy of protection Balfour ranged himself unexpectedly In the ranks of the diehards and made the most irreconcilable speech from the Tory benches but his influence does not keep silent the large section of unofficial Tory members who are de termined to have a settlement If possible On the Liberal side the determination to pass the bill and to resist any further concession has been much strengthened by the ex posure of the conspiracy to seduce the army and by the premature out break of the army mutiny Carson seeing that this arm is paralyzed be gins at last to perceive that his ridiculous spectacular and unreal movement of rebellion has ceased to Impress and still more has ceased to frighten the members of Asquiths Cabinet Winston Churchills bold were1notof troops to Ulster have brought even the blindest Orangemen to a realiza tion of the Governments determina tion to stand no nonsense Accordingly the whole temper of the debate was much more con ciliatory and subdued than at any previous epoch Tory after Tory admitted that the Irish question must be settled here and now and from several Tories came strong condem nation of any new election as only calculated to exasperate and comii situation Carsonplicate the self took care to make none of the violent threats of Ulster rebellion which figured so largely in all his previous utterances and amid a cloud of words and of perfunctory recriminations unveiled his eager ness for settlement There was another danger during this debate which is now gone Some softheaded and goodhearted Liberals amounting to but a half dozen were feared as likely to make demands on the Irish members to make further concessions It was suggested that Ulster should remain out until the federal scheme of giving home rule all round was com pleted This solution was riddled In argument by Liberal as much as by Irish spokesmen The sugges tion on which Carson and other Tories still Insist Js that exclusion should continue Indefinitely that is to say until another act of Parlia ment brought it to an end As this would mean that no Tory Gov ernment would Include Ulster and that the Liberal Government could only do It under the cumbrous machinery and long delay of the Parliament act it the House of Lords still held out this suggestion also was riddled and destroyed Thus the net result of the debate Is that the Government stands rigidly by Its concessions as the last word on UlsterII It Is not likely that any further I development will take place untilI rTher t its concessions in the House of ComImons in the face of the Tory refusal I to consider them and as they offer no promise of peace The next word will then come In the House of Lords Some people still think the House of Lords may reject the bill In which case it would go through without any amendment under the Parliament act My own strong con ofLordsand send down tho bill with some impossible Carson amendments These amendments will of course be rejected by the Liberals and Irish In the House of Commons and the House of Lords will be once more confronted with the alternative of the bill with or without concessions and I believe the Lords will accept the concessions rather than allow the bill to goon the statute book Without them i There Js talk of some renewal of conversations between Liberal and Tory spokesmen I do not see much utility at the present moment in 1 Such conversations for the Tories 1 must be llest still further to stew in their own juice before they are brought to the full light ptre eph J U We know that Asquith Is too hon orable and high minded ever to con sent to anything which would bie Inimical to Irish Interests or Irish opinion COLLINS LECTURE That the coming conflict in this country will not be between capital and labor but will be between labor and Socialism will be the cen tral Idea of the lecture The Comity B Conflict or the Menace of Social ism to be delivered in Macauleyi I Theater tomorrow night by Pete Collins of Chelsea Mass who Is 01n a lecture tour of the United States under the auspices of the Nationalt Council of the Knights of Colum busyMr Collins who is a force ful and pleasing speaker says 9lp per cent of those who call them selves Socialists dont know wha- Socialism Is He asserts that Socialism is not of the working class producest Socialist leaders to prove his state mont He makes many startling as sertions calculated to open the eyes of religious patriotic people and hie never tails to corroborate the state ments by the testimony of Social Ists to prove that Socialism iis opposed to God and religion would destroy the family and private property thus destroying the basic principles of righteousness and justice upon which all just governments are founded The lec ture will be free and the public is exteded an invitation to hear him TAP TEA A Japanese tea will be given Wednesday and Thursday evenings April 22 and 23 at Clifton Hall Frankfort and Bellalro streets by the young ladles of St Frances of Rome church and the event promises to be one of the most enjoyable of Its kind in the history of parish af fairs The celebration has been labeled a tea in view of the fact that the Japanese Idea will be car ried out in decorations costumes and refreshments although In re spect to the latter part of the pro gramme both a delightful supper and cream and cake will be provided for those preferring conventional cater ing The active direction of the affair is in the hands of Miss Marie Schlmpeler who was selected Chair man and her aides Include Misses Mary Breckel Olive Shippen Flora anti Lilly May French Ellen Shippen Minnie Weis Elizabeth Helvltt Rose Steidel Mary Mandlehr Marie Schlmpeler Gladys Su11lVan Idel McCloy Aline Zlx Leonora Cap linger Eflle May Renfro Isabel Steidel Dessire Blerns Lottie Mc Cloy Bessie Fitzgerald Clara Eber hardt Agnes Mandlehr Annie Cap linger Mary Finnegan Catherine Menne All of the ladles assisting gailygartiedglni0rlentaltcos ous coloring anddeslgnamrthe lialF will present a scene of rainbow beauty in the tasteful draperies Jap anese effects and floral decorations Tickets of admission to the celebra tion will be fifteen cents and will entitle holder to either supper or cream and cake refreshments SAD AND SUDDEN DEATHS When Mrs Catherine Taylor of feCfersonville Ind who was visiting her son Thomas W Taylor In Mobile Ala heard of the sudden death of her son James W Taylor she collapsed and died In a few minutes on Wednesday night Mrs Taylor was seventythree years of age and had lived In Jeffersonvllle Iftyflve years She Is survived by several sons and daughters Mrs Taylor was a sister of Mrs Mary Carroll M A Sweeney and James N Sweeney of Jeffersonvllle She was an estimable woman and a de vout member of St Augustines church Word was received In Jef fersonville Tuesday last that James W Taylor was killed in West Minster B C a few days ago Mr Taylor was well known In Jeffer onvllle and only recently moved from there to the West He was engaged In the purchase of lumber when he met his death at the hands of robbers it is said MACICIN COUNCIL Mackin Council will have a rousing meeting Monday night to witness he obligation of fifteen candidates- as members their initiation to take place at a later date President rhornton occupied the chair at this weeks meeting when it was an nounced that the date for the Easter euchre lotto and dance had been changed to Tuesday April 28 The committees are working hard and reported that many valuable and handsome prizes had already been secured Harry Alberts and John R Barry were declared winners of the first prize in the pinochle tourna ment which ended in a close and exciting finish Wednesday night Preparatory to the opening of the Twin City League season Macklns baseball team will cross bats with the Puis team tomorrow which will give a line on the new contenders for the Twin City pennant The Social Clubs Easter Monday dance was largely attended and was In every way the moat successful of the season BIRTHDAYS Next Monday Cardinal Farley will celebrate the seventysecond annl versary of his bIrth From the posi ascendedbyplace There Is but one step higher and who knows but some day we may have an American Pope sitting in the chair of Peter The Right Rey Herman J Vlerdlng Bishop of Fort Wayne observed his sixtyninth birthday last Monday Fourteen years ago he was consecrated for the Fort Wayne diocese and under his administration it has become one of the most flourishing in the West WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your tNext Order CINCINNATI Making Elaborate Preparations For the Knights of St John Convention Order Has Completed Forty Years of Service to Church and Country Louisville Commanderles Will DrilltContest + INCULCATES PUREST PATRIOTISM Cincinnati commanderles of the Knights of St John says the Cath olic Telegraph are making elaborate ane nual and flfth biennial convention of the Supreme Lodge of the order which is to be held In that city June r 21 to 25 Inclusive More than 15000 visitors are expected in the city for the meeting Including mem bers of the order their wives and friends It is expected that this will be one of the greatest demonstrations this patriotic order of the church has ever made of its strength and in tluence The convention will be held at the Hotel Slnton and the head quarters of the Supremo officers will be located there With this x4 convention the order of the Knights of St John will have completed forty years of service to the country and the church in the United States It now has a membership through every State and Territory Including Canada and British West Indies The first convention was held in Baltimore in 1879 when the Roman Catholic Union of the Knights of St John was permanently organized in America Cardinal Gibbons was the first Spiritual Advisor The organi zation was founded in the year 1048 when some Catholic merchants of the city of Amalfl in the kingdom of Naples built in Jerusalem a house of refuge for the pilgrims to the Holy Land These merchants were trading In the East and were impressed with the necessity for such an Institution Later they added a church and a hospital In honor of St John the Baptist This was the Inspiration for the or ganization of the order which has since grown to such Influence The object of the order as defined by these Catholic merchants vas to take care of the sick and defend Christians fl the Holq Land+agufnat+ the slon of the Infidel Turks The magnificence of their faith and their work has placed them among the great men of the church The Knights of St John stands for all that is good In general uplift work In this respect It hews close to the lines laid down by the late Illustrious Pontiff Leo XIII It fOB ters fraternity among Its members inculcates sympathy and charity In p their hearts alleviates misfortune promotes a more general respect for the church teaches a purer and broader patriotism and exerts a wholesome influence in general upon Hi existing social conditions Above all It engenders a thoroughly practical Catholic spirit among Its member ship which Is a beneficial spiritual leaven in the community at large The steady healthy growth of the organization bespeaks its sterling worth and influence The order Is held In the highest esteem by those who appreciate the true worth of practical Catholicity in American citizenship as well as by the prelates- of the church The military quality of the order Is a prominent feature of the associa tion The advantages to be gained from military training are many It exerts a particularly beneficial in lluencq upon our young men It in eulcates obedience to authority which as everyone knows is the very foundation of discipline in society It begets selfrespect confi dence and courage so necessary in the development of true manhood It inspires patriotism of the highest order because while It keeps before Its members the primal twin Idea of God and country It trains tho individual in the uniform of a soldier drills him in the tactics pf actual service and fits him should occasion l y arise to defend the flag of his coun try against the assaults of an enemylThe subordinate commanderles of the order were the first to appreciate tho benefits of a ladles auxiliary and having thus foreseen the bone fits that would eventually come from such an affiliation they were quickff to avail themselves of the opportu 4 pity offered The establishment of these auxiliaries has been a great benefit to the ladles connected therewith It has enabled them to care for their sick and needy sisters who perchance might be bereft of the care of a loving parent These aux iliaries have been a great help to the subordinate commanderies in a social as well as a financial way Louisville has seven strong com manderies pf whiteh at least tour military FATHER LEONE COMING The Rev Father Damian Leone who has been rector of the Church of the Blessed Virgin in Milwaukee this week resigned his charge there i according to press dispatches and will return to Louisvillehishome Father Leone It Is stated preached his farewell sermon In Milwaukee last Sunday Soon after his ordination It was rumored that Father Leone might coins to Louisville and organize a congregation among the Italian Catholics J F I KENTUOKY YISSatlMlriAYOAN IRISH MERIGflNKENTUCKY11- Mavned t to the Social and Moral idvcncememeat ol Irish Americana and Catiollei Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Puhllhm SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Dimrtd It tki L ivllU Pttaes a 8eo adCI J ntttra- llAUreis Communications Ut tb KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West ORe St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 18 19141 WILL SALUTE FLAG The threatening war clouds that prevailed tho first of the week over the United States and Mexico were lifted Thursday when official advices received at Washington brought intelligence that Gen Huerta had practically agreed to salute the Stars and Stripes as demanded by the United States Government Huerta was stubbor until he learned that Preside Wilson was in earnest Press reports state that the European powers also advised the Mexican dictator to apologize to the United States at once and thus end a Bltua Lion that might lead to the gravest consequences The American fleet was prepared for a blockade of Mexico but this will now be avoided While all uphold the action of President Wilson and his Cabinet great relief was felt when it became known that harsh action would not be necessary to secure compliant with their demands- OVERLOOKING CATHOLIC XEVS The CourlerOfournal of Monde April 13 pretended to tell how Easter was observed in Louisvill There are about 76000 Catholics this city and they observed Easter Sunday In thirtyone Churches hut u not a word was mentioned about these religious observances by the leading newspaper in the metropolis of the State Inasmuch as extensive accounts were given of the observances in other churches some of which do not believe in the divinity tofChrist or his resurrection the most charitable construction that can be placed upon this oversight was that the account was written by some pinhead reporter who does not know that there are any Catl ollcs in Louisville No other religious denomination in the city Is as liberal a supporter of the CourierJournal as the Catholic both in the advertising department and in the subscription list One ot JhpTionCathoHc ministers deli ered an Easter talk on Turnlp Greens and RIb Roast and it was duly recorded as an Easter sermon but there was never a word about any of the services held in the numerous Catholic churches between the hours of 5 a m and 9 p m on Easter Sunday whit Catholics regard as Che greatest and most solemn Sunday of the eccle slastlcal year- Catholics are not asking that their religious services be exploited in the newspapers but inasmuch as the others are always mentioned why this continued oversight about anything Catholic This forcibly brings to mind the fact that 1 1 Catholics would be posted about affairs oT the church they must subscrlge for Catholic newspapers The secular press Ignores any real Catholic news but Jump at most of tho stories In criticism of the churcl or its ministers It Is about time that the newspapers In this city were learning that the Catholics of Louisville form a very respectable majority of Christians who not only observe Easter Sunday but ever Sunday In the year as well IRISH PARTi LEADER The Irish party and its leader f John Redmond aroused the admire tion of the civilized world by their relentless pursuit of home rule bj their unity and discipline their un wearied and unflinching advocacy oi their countrys demand Mr Red mond has during the past two years carried on his shoulders the crushing weight of a responsibility not to the Ireland of today only but to the Ireland of all future time He Is Idolized by his followers trusted by the overwhelming majority of his fellowcountrymen admired and respected by Irelands friends and e hated and feared by her enemies Faced by the difficulties find respon sibilities of a political situation that calls contsantly for the exercise of the sagacity and skill of a parlia mentary general be has acquitted I llmseUmore than well So even 4 the enemies whom he Is fighting ad mit SEEKING UNITY From time to time Catholic editors receive literature concerning ft proposed world conference on faith sad order the beginning ef a move meat towards church unity first broached at the convention of the Protestant Episcopal church of America Jn 1910 That taok a a aYe teat kM begun shows that Many outold the ekureh ranilaa44ie- folly sadtba barb of dlYlidom sarong Ii Christians We sympathize hearUly with their desire for unity but we fear that their wellmeant effort will end only in disappointment ffor the promoters says the True Voice Catholics regret as sincerely as anyone can the disunion that human pride has brought among Christians But they can not hold out any hope of compromise as an Incentive to those outside the church to return to it If the Catholic church were a merely human Institution she might trim her teachings to suit the tastes of all those who object to this or that doctrine But she is not merely human Founded by Chris Himself and given a definite commission to teach his doctrine scan not compromise or deny hlB truth Members of various sects may feel free to accommodate or change the doctrines of their sc called churches at any time But Catholic doctrine is unchangeable It is useless to hope for concessions The Catholic church can not make themBut we are glad to see that a study of the problem of church unity is being taken up seriously by at least one organization of nonCatl ollcs If they wilt only pursue their study far enough they may arrive at unity by a road they now scarcely think of An impartial study of the origins of modern divisions among Christians is one of the means by which the destructive folly of the reformers can be brought home to the seeker after truth Once t1ls Is realized many will seek to be united again with that church which Is the pillar and ground of truth the source and center of unity iIn religion We wish these seekers after unity well and we would give give them every possible encourage mentin quest for it FISH OR SUCKER According to Webster sturgeon Is defined asa large fish and the A P A preacher of that name who was assaulted at Denver seems to have been a sucker fortho SMenac gang who promoted his lecturln tour and furnished his vile Insults while they remained in safe quarters LIKE WITH LIKE Thomas Nelson Page Unite States Ambassador to England 1Is to give a luncheon in honor of SIgnor Nathan prior to the latter departure as Italian Commissioner General to the PanamaPacific Exposition Like associates with like says the Providence Visitor Italy will be represented at San Francisco should the exMayor of Rom retain the position about as well a the United States is represented 11In London l VERY TRUE From the Continent an offlcl publication of the Presbyteria church we reproduce the following which shows that all members of that denomination do not believe the nauseating and bigoted utterance that antiCatholic lecturers are makingThe United States of late has heard a great deal too much of fierce and even slanderous denunciation of Roman Catholics and far too little of the reasons why the majority of Christians in this country are not Roman Catholics The roar and noise of maledictions hailing down on the head of the Pope persuade the public of nothing except that the all too familial spirit of religious intolerance his been stirred up again And the reaction Is more likely to incline popular opinion toward Catholicism than away from It Socialism Is not a purely economic movement as some of its atterday leaders would try to convince It Isa revolutionary undertaking that would destroy not build up Eventually it would deny men- the right to worship God Its first undertakIng would be to destroy religion The grand jury should Indict the weather man for operating a game of chance according to the failure ot- so many predictions lately The English papers are expressing their reall sentiment of their country I when they criticise Americas policy on the Mexican question The strike of the local painters union doesnt seem to have affected the female painters who promenade purth avenue daily I ITile IiYjPetllrI1- 1J SWEETHEARTS If lovers were lovers always The same to sweetheart and wife Who would change for a future of Eden The joys of this checkered life But husbands grow grave and silent Ahd care on the anxious brow Oft replaces the sunsnino that perished With the words of the marriage vow Happy is he whose sweetheart Is wife and sweetheart still Whose voice as of old can charm Whose kiss as of old can thrill Who has plucked the rose to tlnd ever Its beauty and fragrance increase As the flush of passion is mellowed In loves unmeasured peace David OConnell SOCIETY 1K Miss Grace Kirn spent last week visiting friends in Indianapolis Miss Helen Crawley of South Louisville is visiting relatives 1In Cincinnati Mrs R W Slack of Owensborc was here last week for a visit to her daughter Mrs J B Riley Mrs George Danaher is visiting IIn Little Rock Ark the guest of her mother Mrs Jennie Harding Edward J OBrien the widely known tobacco buyer spent Beveral days in Owensboro last week Mrs M Crawley ot Third and 0 has been entertaining her niece Miss Marie Shea of Jeffersonvllle Mrs M A Wathen left Saturday for Cincinnati where she spent Easter with her daughter Sister Sophie Thomas OHara of the Cincinnati ball team was the Easter guest ioC his brother James OHara in New Albany Miss Margaret Finnegan of ClIt ton has been entertaining as her Easter guest Miss Sue Cox of MId dletown Miss Lottie McClory of Cllftoi had as her guest for the Easter hol- Idays Miss Mary Belle McCann of Lexington Misses Margaret and Anne E Moriarty of 1318 South Brook street left Monday for an indeflnit stay in St Louis The engagement of Miss Nettle J Martin and Edward J Nolan has been announced their marriage to take place in June Mrs Michael Casper and Miss Alice Casper spent Easter In Car nelton Ind the guests of Mr and Mrs Martin F Casper Sr Mrs M J Doyle and daughte Miss Mary Doyle and Lincol Doyle have returned from El Paso where they spent the winter John J Schulten has given up his apartment In the Besten and w11l make his home with Mr and Mn Alexis Schulten In Deer Park Mr and Mrs Lawrence Donahue ot South Louisville spent the Easter holiday with their son Fred Dona hue and family in Covington Mr and Mrs M H Davis who were guests of Mr and Mrs M HIg gins on the Grand boulevard hay returned to their home at Paris Luclon Strassel who is attending the Ohio Military Institute has been spending Easter week with his par ents Mr and Mrs J H Strassel at Beechmont Mr and Mrs F H Lausberg announce the engagement of their laughter Miss Anna Marie Laus berg to Albert F Tlllman The wedding will take place In August Clarence Burke after spending the Easter holidays with his parents Mr- bnd Mrs M E Burke 1013 Sout second street left Tuesday for St larys College where he is a student Leo Mengher went to Frankfort last Saturday to spend Easter with his parents Mr and Mrs Mlchae ifeagher and meet his sister Mis Jstelle Meagher who was home fora school at Nazareth Edward J Hackett and daughter Miss Lucille Hackett of New Albany who have been visiting Edward J ackett Jr at the Jesuit College at- St Marys Ken will visit friends ir Chicago before returning home Miss Nettle Kistner who is attending Loretta Academy in St LouIB arrived in New Albany last Saturday to spend her Easter vacation with her sister Mrs George D Craft East Ninth and Spring streets Monday morning a pretty wedding 111 be solemnized with a nuptial mass celebrated by the Rev Charles P Raffo at St Charles Borromeo church Twentyseventh and Chestnut when Thomas Patrick Dlgnan w111 lead to the altar Miss Katherine larle Grimes the charming and accomplished daughter of Deputy heriff and Mrs D J Heff ernan The roomelect is widely known and Is connected with the clerical department of the Louisville Nash v11le railroad Both have a legion of friends who wWl wish them a long and happy married life HOITY Tomv Next Thursday Friday and Saturd- laY the celebrated Weber and Fields success Holty Toity 1- be produced at Macauleye Theater under the auspices of Louisville Lodge of Elks The production promises to be one of the best ever itneseed here In the east will be Miss Abble Cheater and Messrs homas D Clines ndPat King tfidera in Mackia Councils lour operatic productions and Miss AleenII Zix who possesses a fine voice and talent of a high order FIRST BAZAR The first bazar of the year for the benefit of St Philip Nerls church will open next Tuesday afternoon In Wlndthorst Hall Floyd and Magnolia streets and continue three days and nights For several weeks the Rev Father Oscar Acker mann the pastor and the men and women of the parish have been busy with preparations for this bazar which will present daily a number of unique and novel features Euchre and lotto games will be played both afternoons and evenings and there will be an abundance of refreshments There will be a pleasing musical programme by a first das orchestra which will play selections from all nations and the latest popular airs On all three evenings the ladies will serve a dinner from 5 to 8 oclock for which everything the market affords will be secured They expect to make this the feature of the bazar and will look for all their gentlemen friends to be their guests RECOVERING The legion of friends of Col Will lam J OHearn will be rejoiced to learn that he is doing nicely at St Josephs Infirmary where he underwent an operation on Monday col OHearn who Is President of the Kentucky Colonels Superintendent of the Wathen distillery and one of the best known men in the city had been ailing for some time past and when taken to the infirmary last week It was discovered necessary for him to submit to an operation which was entirely successful and Insures his recovery Col OHeari has been prominent In fraternal and political circles serving for twelve years In the Board of Aldermen following several terms In the Board of Councilmen He resides with his sisters Misses Mollie and Josle OHearn at 2435 West Broadway STATUE OF ST GEORGE St Georges congregation of which the Rev George Weiss is the pious and energetic pastor will celebrate the feast of their patr6 next Thursday night with the bless- Ing of a handsome statue of st George The exercises will commence at 730 oclock and will Include a sermon blessing of the statue and benediction The sermon will be preached by Rev George M Connor pastor of St William church who is a scholarly and eloquent pulpit orator A special choir under the direction of Prof P A Stark will assist at the ser Ices Friends of the pastor and parish are cordially Invited to attend TOKEN FOR BARRETT Hon George B Barrett member of the Legislature from this district leaves today to take up his berth- as umpire In the Connecticut League On Wednesday at a little farewell gathering of some of his friends he was given a handsome silver mounted indicator the presentation speed being made by Luke Sherley Cun iffe the present being given by Fred Stengel Hyman Myers Jolt Hennessy and a few others The usually loquacious and facetious Tenderer of decisions on all sportive questions was quite taken back and barely able to utter his thanks ALTAR SOCIETY PARTY The ladles of the Cathedral Alta Society have perfected every ar rangement for their reception and euchre party to be held Tuesda night in the new Cathedral Hall They have a nice array of prizes and will be prepared to entertain a large gathering The leading ladles of the Cathedral congregation atf members of the Altar Society and they will be delighted to have their friends spend that evening wit them GONE TO REST The funeral of Thomas Tully ia private watchman and former member of the police force who diet Fuesday at his home 1408 Ekin avenue New Albany was held Iron Holy Trinity church with Interment In Holy Trinity cemetery His deatl followed a long Illness of tubercu osis borne with resignation and fortitude Thomas Tully was fifty ears old and leaves a wife and three children He was a respecter member of the Ancient Order of llbernians and Holy Trinity church jiith a wide circle of friends who sincerely mourn his death VISITS EASTERN CITIES Supreme President Felix Gaudin oft New Orleans is now in the East paying an official visit to the Catholic Knights of America While in New York City President Gaudln will be tendered a banquet the ar angements for which are being made by State President M P joughran State Secretary Thomas H Loughliu and Michael Quinn ana John Po McDonnell President of the Central Council The Catholic Knights have an excellent standing In the Eastern States andare steadily gaining strength there Vhilo on this trip President Gaudin rill visit Washington Philadelphia lostbn Providence New York and other places The month of March shows another new branch and many additions to the membership BISHOP CURLEY The Rev Michael Joseph Curley Just appointed Bishop of the St Augustine diocese in succession to- the I lato Bishop Kenney has been rector of St Peters church at eland Fla for a number of years ishopelect Curley IB well known throughout the State and isis man of intellectuall attainments He received his philosophical and theo jgtcal education in Rome and is counted a good intellectual scholar RETREAT FOR K OF C The local council Knights of Columbus will begin a retreat at the I athedral next Wednesday evening the regular weekly meeting ifor that date having been ft aside iJ SOCIALISM Nation of Fatherless Children BY GOLDSTEIN This book is especially recommended by Peter Collins who speaks here tomorrow night against Socialism This is a wonderful book andshould be read by every CatholicPrice SOc mailed 8c extra Rogers Church Goods Cc 418 W Jeferson St KNIGHTS OP UOLU1 BUS Late News That Will Intere Members Here and Else where There will be a big third degree Initiation tomorrow at Pawtucket R I Bishop Tihen will attend the ourth degree exemplification at mahaTomorrow Bishop Conaty w111 dedicate the new home at Los Angeles The three degrees wilt be exempl tied for a large class tomorrow at Little Rock Fifteen members of Joe Tinkers Chicago baseball team are members it the order Gov Glynn will attend the New York State convention at Schnectad m May 12 and 13 With the many largelnlUations now being held the order should soon Save 500000 members Much interest ils being taken IIn the fourth degree exemplification 4 to be held on May 14 at Omaha Every Knight should bring a friend to hear Peter W Collins at Macauleys Theater tomorrow night One hundred candidates were admitted to tho order Tuesday night at Cincinnati Tomorrow a large clasB will receive the second and third degrees at Eagles Hall Tonjorrow fiftyseven men will receive the first degree at Dayton Ohio The second and third will be conferred on Monday followed by a banquet at the Phillips House Bedford Council of Brooklyn has purchased the fourstory brown Btone front structure at 26 South Portland avenue for its permanent home This council has a membership of 750 DIAMOND RING LOTTO The ladles of the Altar Society of St Patricks church are prepar- Ing to entertain a large crowd at heir diamond ring lotto which will be given next Monday evening in the chool house at Thirteenth and Market streets the games to be caUed at 8 oclock The receipts will be devoted to tho new St Patrick chool fund and those desirous of aiding a worthy charity in additio to spending a pleasant evening w111 do well to attend- EMERALD CLUBS EBUT Tho Emerald Hibernian Social flub will make their debut as entertainment promoters with a notion picture and vaudeville shov text Thursday evening April 23 at the Crown Theater Seventh and Oak streets the first performance at 7 and the next at 830 oclock- The committee in charge promise an exceptionally good bill of vaude v111e and special first run films tof pictures TIFTY YEARS The Right Rev Thomas M A Burke Bishop of Albany who is now In his seventyfifth year will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of his irdlnatSon on June 30 Bishop Burk was consecrated twenty years age and under his administration the Albany diocese has made splondi regress YOUNG LADIES PARTY The Young Ladies Sodality of St larys church will give a most en- Joyable euchre and lotto party next Wednesday afternoon and evening In St Marys pall Eighth and Grayson when they hope to meet all their rends Games will be called at 230 and 830 occlock Many handsome prizes will be distributed ASKED TO GO TO TEXAS The Sisters of the Good Shepherd are about to establish a house in the falveston diocese upon invitation 6f Bishop Gallagher LATEST IN STYLES Broad girdles are still worn Circular flounces trim tunics and skirts I Charming negligees are developer In voile For spring hats black is the lead- Ing color i ITaffeta is the silk par excellence for spring There is a vpgue for jet in the latest millinery The suit 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received five carloads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give u a call at our warerooms 318330 West Green St tOGo r 1 THOUSANDS OF CONTORTS Cathollo churches chapels and school la China ar filled with pagans eager to be Instructed In the Catholic faith Converts are counted by the thousands In OPekln last year there were 34000 converts and 32000 pagans are now under In etruction There would be more were there more prleeetey J Levys Special 2 Pants Suits For Men and Youths tiOPureWool PureWoolGoods Two Pair of Pants With Each S- uitLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET PICTURES AND VAUDEVILLE The Hibernian Social Club which is a boosters club of Division 3 A O H will give another of their series of motion picture and vaudeville entertainments at the Norman Theater Twentyfirst and Portland J avenue next Tuesday evening the first performance to begin at 630 and the second at 8 oclock The popularity of this organization and its shows of this kind during the past few months is attested to by the fact that people were turned away on each occasion CARDINAL SAILS SATURDAY Cardinal Farley tons completed final arrangements for his visit to Rome and he will sail on April 25 on the North German Lloyd liner Berlin going direct to Naples thence to Rome He will be accompanied by his Secretary the Rev Thomas D Carroll Mgr John Edwards and Mgr Patrick J Hayes On the same steamer will be the Right Rev John J OConnor Bishop of Newark who is also making his periodical visit to the Holy See accompanied by a number of priests of the Newark diocese Cardinal Gibbons is to sail for Naples on the Princess Irene on May 5 OPERATION ON FOOT Major Pat Ridge Night Chief of Police went to St Anthonys Hos pital Thursday to undergo another operation on his foot The first one four months ago was only partly successful the original trou tire resulting from an injury to the sole of his foot- PROMISE FINE TRADE The Secretaries of War and Navy have assured representatives of the Washington committee that a parade of calvary artillery infantry blue jackets marines and naval cadets will be provided that will be In every way worthy of Commodore Barry when the unveiling of his monument takes place The cele brated Marine Band of Washington will participate in the parade and will also furnish music at the un veiling and probably at Mount Vernon on May 16- ANOTHER DIOCESE News has Just been received that the Holy See will very shortly erect a new diocese in the great State of Texas with its episcopal see at El Paso The new diocese Is to comprise twenty counties besides taking in half of Sierra county which be longs to the diocese of Tuscon It will be carved from the dioceses of Dallas San Antonio and Tuscon Dallas contributing El Paso and Culbcrson counties Ban Antonio thirteen and Tuscon five and a half counties Though there are already four dioceses In Texas tho Holy See has deemed it wise to create another because of the rapidly increasing number of Catholics there NAVY MILITARY MASS If the efforts of Congressman Donohoe are successful Catholics of Philadelphia will witness the mag nificent spectacle of a military mass at the League Island Navy Yard on Memorial day Congressman Logue has interested the Secretary of the Navy In the plan and doubtless It will receive his approbation as the mass iff already an annual feature at the Brooklyn Navy Yard celebra tion The Army and Navy Union of Philadelphia has taken the initiative In the matter and pending the de cision of Secretary Daniels plans are being discussed to make the event one of the most Inspiring ever held in Philadelphia BISHOPS BIRTHDAY JosephRIcbterIds diocese celebrated In a quiet way oh Thursday the seventysixth an niversary of his birth Bishop Richter was consecrated April 22 1883 WHEN THEY FEED Standing by the entrance of a large estate In the suburbs of Dub Iln are two huge dogs carved out of graniteAn Englishman going by in a motor thought he would Irave some fun with the Jrlih driver How often Tack do they feed those two big dogeV Whenever they bark air WU the rePly BuyingShoesThe SHOES made ready to wear with OSullivans Heels of New LIVE Rubber right on themthats what the LEVYS Mens Shoe Department is offering for 300 and 350 You get a better shoe than your money can buy anywhere else and you get OSullivans Heels too OSullivans give twice the wear of leather heels and there is none of that nerveracking pound and jar of hard pavements These LEVYS SPECIAL OSuHivanized Shoes are made in sizes styles and leathers to suit everyone Step into the store and look them over I ILevys 3 Levys tTQ CH Special 4 0UU II Ready to Wear Wi- thOSULLIVANS HEELS LEVYSTHIRD J SOCIETY DIRECTQRYli A O 8D- IVISION 1 Beets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer nottRecording Secretary Writer uslck Financial Secretary Joseph Far ell Tioasurcr Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tlai Lyons DIVISION 2 Seats First Thursday at St Will Jams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice PresldentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary John r eaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning lamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 leets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P rice jai Financial SecretaryJohn J Hes ton Jr- TreasurerD J Doughert- ySergeantatArms Martin J lallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 feats Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J arryFinancial SecretaryThomas JI I anganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rellSenUnel1rI J McDermott Y M X MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 I Seats Monday Evenings at Club- House President 344 George North TwentysixthII First Vice PresidentJohn Ken- ney Second Vice President Fred Schuler Recording Secretary John RII larry I Financial SecretaryWill Cassin Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Hoe Keane Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive Committee F Q Adams George Simonis Frank Geller W IA Link LAST OF SPRING DANCES Trinity Y M I Social Club will give the last of their series of spring lances at the club house Baxter avenue and Morton next Thursday evening The Social Club has had a successful season and all of their affairs were well patronized DOUBLE WEDDING Mica Nettle McNulty and Cassle Bryan and Miss Alleine McNulty and Eugene Dawson will be principals in a double wedding which will take place at St Clares church near olesburg next Tuesday morning j The prospective brides are the daughters of John McNulty THEY YET LEAD The Ursuline monasteries of luebec and New Orleans are the oldest institutions of learning for women In North America IRISH ALTAR Beautiful Indeed will be the St Patricks altar 1n the Westminster Cathedral in London Nothing but Irish material wilt be used In its construction The frontal will be of Irish green Irish red and Irish flack KEEPS OUT MOTHS To prevent motors from invading drawers and boxes where woolen goods are stored + Crinkle a littleI boxeseveryI I EL HOMO MINSTRELS A benefit performance the proceeds to be given to St Leos church of Highland Park will be given by the El Nomo Minstrels at- St Leos school hall Sunday and Monday evenings April 26 and 27 REMARKABLE SHOWING At the meeting of Division 4 A 0 H Monday evening in Bertram Hall Financial Secretary T J Lan gan in making his quarterly report called attention to the fact that In the past six months tho division has had less sickness among its member than at any time in the past fifteei years this being especially noted tithe financial improvement of the division Due to the efforts of the financial Secretary and collecto large receipts are reported at ever meeting President John H Hen messy announced that when many of the outstanding applications were reported upon a date for an Initiation would be selected as a large number are now awaiting the degrees HOLY NAME WORK A movement has been started among the Catholics of the Bron which is intended as a protes against Irreverent language and 1I- is It to be taken up by the Holy Name Society the largest Catholic lay or ganlzation In New York City In furtherance of the movement a par ade is to be held on Decoration day A meeting will be held on the grounds of the Catholic Protectory which will be presided over by Bishop Cusack Auxiliary Bishop of the diocese and resolutions will be passed denouncing prevailing Irrev ence in speech and writing KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN Arrangements were completed this week for one of the biggest feature of the national convention of the Knights of St John which will beheld in Cincinnati in June Between 15000 and 25000 people are expected to be in attendance at this convention which Is one of the largest Catholic gatherings of the year and which is regarded as ia meeting of considerable importance The competitive drill will be held at Redland Park on the afternoon of Tuesday June 23 There the various teams will pass in review The whole party will then adjourn to Chester Park where the judges wll announce their decisions and the prizes will be given out to the win ners The Knights will all appear In uniform and it Is expected tha their presence will provide an in spiring eight KAISER DENIES The Norddeutscho Allgeineln Zeltung of Saturday denies officially that any letters sent out by the Em peror William to the Landgravine of Hesse contained any phrase of an antiCatholic nature It had been reported that the Emperor had ex pressed strong antiCatholic view to the Landgravine who was i0 Princess of Prussia when she wa converted to the Catholic faith In 1901 The Norddeutsche says The Emperors letter contained no expression of any sort concerning the Catholic faith the Catholic church OJ the Catholics nor concerning the Emperors attitude toward them PLAYS MANY PARTS The average city priest in thE course ofa single day is frequentl called upon in various capacities says the Brooklyn Tablet He mus be a wise confessor a competon medical adviser at the sick bed iS prudent lawyer to the poor a judl clous dispenser of alms a probatloi officer for the unfortunate a hlgl financier for the parish a policemai I for the obstreperous Inebriates i l school teacher and a pulpit orator a prominent citizen with a read I speech for the public good a censo of public morals and an expert 01 the modern dances and the vulga dresses of the day an employmen agent for the Indigent and a read letter writer He has to know th phone numbers of the nearby hoe pltals and asylums and be in con stant touch with the charltJ- 10fficlals0f the diocese A dramati be and the possesso gar for prospective chol singers a writer ready to defend the church from attacks and i reader of the beet literature to become acquainted with the bee thought a student of the latex I theological and doctrinal decisionso 0- FRANK FEHR o 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FireBrick Grate aid Better Tile Creaad Fire Clay Calmaey Taps OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON NOME PHONC8 CITY 6731788 CUMB MAIN SOT WOKKS 13th i ckIIMU Ave Sat 9tk aa4iStk- l J I HIBERNIAN 1 What They Have Been Doln the Pa tt Weektleneral News Notes Division 1 of Concord N H has started a building fund The Ladles Auxiliary of Portland Ore is establishing an Irish history prize fund- Division 1 of Bridgeport Conn it its last meeting Initiated 180 lew members Division 1 meets Tuesday night when the officers call upon all members to be present The time has arrived to begin preparation for the annual County Board celebration J The membership of the Ladles Auxiliary at Hartford Conn has mounted to 1800 One of the big events of old home week at Utica N Y will be the Hibernian field day Little has been heard as to tthe I Kentucky representation at the Barry monument unveiling In upbuilding the order membersII are creating a valuable ally to tthe Interests of the Catholic church Utica Hibernians offer 25 as a prize in a competitive Irish history contest among the school children During the past twentyfive years the Ancient Order has disbursed 7500000 for sick and death benefits Indiana Hibernians are arranging to be well represented at the Barry monument unveiling exercises 1 In WashingtonDivision 3 will have an Interestlr meeting Monday night There will be several additions to the building fund reported The Ladles Auxiliary mooting next Wednesday night will be full of Interest for the members Everyone is urged to attend Unless members attend meetings they are doing the order little good Big meetings are encouraging and Increase the membership For charity during the past twentyfive years the Ancient Order expended 4275000 the greater part for Catholic churches The Hibernians of Bridgeport Conn are to have a threestory clubhouse of their own with stores on the first floor and offices on the secondNational President Regan visited Rhode Island last week and conferred with Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly head of the Ladles Auxiliary relative to national convention matters The Ladies Auxiliary of Rhode Island has arranged an Irish history test for twentyfour schools In that State Ten questions will be sent out on June 8 the examinations Ito tale place the following day The State Board of Connection representing 12000 members Issued an appeal to the membership which says In part The unvAl1Ing of the Barry monument in Washln ton May 15 and 16 is an affair in which every person who has a drop of Celtic blood will be interests After years of patient waiting OUY Government will pay the honor due to our race for the great servli Barry rendered In throwing off the yoke of England In the Revolutloi ary war We would like ito have Connecticut represented in large numbers at this grand affair and we urge all of our brothers and sisters whose circumstances will permit to take advantage of this patriotic occasion to make the trip to our national capital This appeal applies to the Hibernians of the e- ire country Many hope Kentucky will be represented HOSPITAL BENEFIT A number of lady and gentlemen lends of Sts Mary and Ellzabet Hospital have arranged for a euchre and lotto party and luncheon at that Institution next Wednesday and Thursday the proceeds to go to assist the good Sisters of Charity i1In their noble work of caring for the sick and Injured Games will be played both afternoon and evening and among the many valuabl wards that are to be made will be round a number of gold pieces The public Is Invited and those who attend are assured of a reception that they will appreciate AUTO CONVENIENCE The Chawk Smith Automobile Company are making a specialty of renting their cars for fishing parties which is sure to meet a popula demand and does away with the long tiresome walks which have been necessary to reach an Inviting thing retreat not located near an electric or steam railroad The ihawk Smith Company are rap- Idly acquiring much business through the renting of their auto ror all purposes day or night conveniently secured from their locatloi at Seventh and Broadway at a very reasonable rate A special department for speedy repairs has also been added to their establishment FANS ENTHUSIASTIC The Cleveland ball club former known as the Toledos will begin i- ur a game series with the Colonel this afternoon at the close of which mlsvllle will leave for its firs road trip not returning until May 14 The Cleveland aggregation Is nder the manakement of Jimm heckard the former crack out fielder of the Chicago Cubs who has promised to give the Clevelam public an Association pennant con tender that will rank closely to their American League team Others in the lineup are the hard hitting sal Lirke Paulette the clever firs baseman and Baskette whom the Colonel always found a hardl pitcher to locate The intense interest of the fans in this years teanl was clearly shown on Wednesday Tien 5000 were present at the de lyed opening game on what was radically a halt hour notice rainL ailing up to the time of calling thi game With fair weather tomorrow over twice that number will bE resent The meet pleasing fatar to all Is the pronounced blttlm blllty of the W then aggregation and the Association poker luau tard sailing 1IB front ot theta thi aeon f frsEJ PzhI Made a New Woman i aII tan Antonio Tex Sept 1812 I was troubled with nervousness i wo fo I oars the effect of an operation rould Steep a few hours only beIng wake tour to five hours every night ad no appetite and no more ambItion ad waa unable to do my housework but liter taking one bottle of Pastor Koenlg Nerve Tonic my sleep improved and I lit much better and after three boWes could do my work again even wailnd ironing and felt like a new woman dace I Improved so much that my doctor when be saw me lately bad to look Kiln to make out who I was The Tonia tan done me a world of good and I am sever without It Mrs Rosa Durst Rev J Hesse writes from Pena Blanca N Max that the bottle of Pastor Koe aWe Nerve Tonic was for a lady who M78 that It kept her alive A Valuable Book en Nervous Diseases and a Bint Poorrre V Prepared by RrvFtmuKoaa tl Fort Wayne Ind lnc 1876 ud cow by be KOENIG MED CO Chicago ID e2 W Like Sbett BMrDMrbetm IoU by Drulatut ft rbottl6fortI Lars eta o 175 6 BoltUi Lot 9 AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic Ills tory of America By James A Rooney April 12 1539 Oarcllasso Garcia Laso de la Vega historian of peru born in Cuzco his history Is the only description of the ancient Peruvian civilization died tn Spain in 1617 April 13 1845 The Right Rev H J Alerding fourth Bishop of Fort Wayne Ind born in Germany ordained September 22 1868 consecrated November 30 1900 author of History of tthe Diocese of Vlncennes and History of the Diocese of Fort Wayne April 14 1840The Right Rev Monsignor Richard Lalor Burtse born In New York of an old Catholic family ordained at nome parIIshesBenedict the Moor died pastor of I St Marys Kingston N Y andI Vicar Fbrane of Ulster and Sull van counties February 4 1912 April 16 1620Venerable Mar- II guerlte iBourgeoys foundress of the Congregation of Notre Dame born at Troyes France opened first school in Montreal on feast of St Catherine November i25J 1659 died January 12 1701 herolclty of her virtues official I proclaimed June 19 1910 April 16 1819The Right Rev Francis Patrick McFarland third Bishop of Hartford born at Franklin Pa declined Vicarlat Apostolic of Florida and consecrated Bishop of Providence R J March 14 1858 left there for I Hartford February 28 1872 where he died October 12 187 April 17 1853 + Cornerstone of new present tSt Stephens church Twentyeighth street New York laid by the Rev Jeremiah W Cummings pastor who organize the parish in 1849 and built original church which later was sold on account of the proximity of the Harlem railroad April 18 1907 The Right Rev A SolorRoyo 0 F M Cap appointed to the VIcarlateApot tolic of Qoajlra S A as titular Bishop of Cithnrlzum I IUECENT DEATHS Mrs Theresa Lambert 118 South Wenzel street widow of George Lambert was held Tuesday morning from St Boniface church Mrs Lambert was seventyone years old and her death was not unexpected Surviving her are three daughters Mrs Nettle Hartlagt Mrs Fannie Schwlnder and Mn Elizabeth Moock I IFuneral services over the remains of Mrs Rosa Saner wife of John t auer 522 South Preston street and other of Patrolman William Sauei were held Wednesday morning at S- ionlface church attended by man I mourning friends and relatives Another son Theodore Sauer and two aughters Mrs Amelia Hohma and Mrs Lena Schaber survive hei John J Fahoy well known in the West End and for years popula I tong amateur baseball players was burled Sunday afternoon from the Church of Our Lady the Rev Fathe lonnlff conducting the solemn serv- Ices The deceased was born In this thirtyseven years ago and reIIcity with his sister Mrs Monica Velsenberger 2817 High street Two other sisters Mrs H J Buckley and Mrs Lovell McCoy survive him I IPeter Curran an aged member ot St Patricks congregation died Tues I day afternoon at his home 130 West Madison street a victim of 1In grippe For many years he had beet a resident of this city and was widely known and respected Besides his widow he leaves one daugh Miss Minnie Curran and three Iter Andrew Hugh and Thomas The funeral was hole morning from St Patrlcki church attended by a large number of relatives and old acquaintances By the death of Mrs Amelia Welsll widow of the late Prof Charles H Weiss St Cecilias par Ish loses another of its old and highly esteemed members Mrs Weiss was sixtyseven years old ant her demise followed a two weeks Illness of pneumonia Two sons rthur C Weiss the druggist at wentytlifth and St Ceclllaand Coleman G Weiss city salesman for- Ithe Stratton Terstegge Company her The funeral took place Friday morning from St Ceclllai I church with requiem high mass fWITHOtfC OI1ANOEsI It le certain now that the agea of chaplains1 entering UtE IIIR d States navy will not be re lue d to thirty years owing to tki trMUoui fjJebtloa fthe Catholl oharch autkorlttes f IIRELAND I Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At a large meeting held recently I In Belturbot 160 additional namesI were added to the roster of the local corps of the Irish National Volun Leers SomQ 150 cases of measles are re ported from Howth and the schools as a consequence are closed Pnei nonla developed with fatal results In a few cases While walking along the railway line from Kllleshandra a young girl named Annie Short was run over near Sweeneys bridge oy an outgo- Ing t passenger train and killed Two centenarians Michael Shove tin and hill wife aged lOG and 103 respectively have been married eightyfour years and are still living hale and hearty in County DonegalI The dead body of Martin Ward aged sixty who lived on Coney Island and left Sligo town for home was found on the Strandhlll side of the island In shallow water by Ibls wife who had gone to look for him At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the County Cash Agricultural Society Major Brows Clayton Brownes Hill was unai Imously elected Chairman in the room of the late Rev John Cullen Messrs Haskins Brothers Wlcl low put up for sale the resident farm known as the Cedars Dungani town containing 196 acres subject to an annuity of 565 The purchaser was Mr Perrott County Cork for 8800 At a large meeting held recentl In Longford It was decided to tor- ganize a division of the Irish National Volunteers The prelimInary arrangements have been completed and a large number of young men have already enrolled The death Is announced of Thom Walsh a veteran Mayo Nationalist He took an active part In the Fenla movement and was a friend and confidant of James Stephens IHe was also a prominent figure in the Land League movement- A serious outbreak of scarlatln fever is reported from the Ballymc I district of North Galway In the case of a family named Fannon theI mother succumbed and the father and six children were removed to the Glenamadda Workhouse Hos- pitalI Miss Anastasia Ryan a native of Clonoulty whose death Is announce at Galong New South Wales 1In her eightyfirst year left 1500 to the priests of Mount Melleray for masses 5000 for a monument over her grave and 10000 to relatives In Ireland I For the third year in succession W T Braithwalte has been unan- Imously elected Chairman of the Belfast Water Board and Robert Wilson has been reelected Vice Chairman Braithwaite explained that when the big reservoir at tho Silent Valley was completed it would contain 3000000000 gallons The death is announced of the Venerable Archdeacon Cotter Black rock Cork Ordained about 1864 he became chaplain of St Marys 01 the Isle and was subsequent curate at Ovens Bandon and Cork South parish Dunmanway was his First pastoral charge and twelve ears later he went to Klnsale On he death of Archdeacon Coghla some ten years ago he was appointed to Blac lock where he celebrate Ills golden jubilee- ANTIMENACEj PAMPHLET To meet the current demand for timely apologetic Catholic literature and to refute recent bitter attacks on the church the priests and Sisters the Ceneral Bureau of tho Contra herein has published another pamphlet of the antiMenace series The pamphlet bears the title The Vipers Venom and sells at the same price as its predecessor two cents per copy The Vipers Venom takes up recent attacks on the Lurch and Its servants and refute hem at the same time presently n defense of the church and a remarkable array of expressions of non Catholic papers condemning the vicious antiCatholic agitation now so general The entire treatise IIs worth reading and some chapters are specially timely and Interesting Of tho Slime of the Serpent over 50000 copies have been sold The Vipers Venom is also deserving of a wide circulation Copies of the pamphlet may be procured of the Central Bureal of the CentralVereln Temple building St Louis- JEFFERSONVILLE I IThis week Jeffersonvllle mourned the death of Andrew Mahar formerly Chief of the Fire Departmen and for seven years a guard at the ndlana State Prison Michigan City Hi funeral was conducted from st iugustlne8 church by the Rev Michael Halpln on Friday morning Mr Mahar died at St Edwards Hos- pItal New Albany Wednesday morning He was removed Tuesday afternoon to the institution from his home 405 East Court avenue and then was in a critical condition Pot about four years he had been ill oi comotor ataxia which became complicated with Brights diseased he had been helpless for a longtime Mr Mahar was born In Jef jrsonvllle November 29 1874and- was a son of Andrew Mahar and Margaret Mahar botnof whom are dead His survivors are one sister nndtwo brothers Miss Mary Mahai and James Mahar pt Jeffersonville and Thomas Mahar of Louisville Mr Mahar never married 1 11SAENOERDUND It Nlnetyfour singing societies have quallrted for participation in the Ithlrty fourth triennial Baengerfeat to be held in Louisville June 2427 They represent total of 2314 malt v Ices for the great choruses to be I heard at the Armory and with as irances of additional societies gnat ring bgtoreMay 1 Fred W Kateker resident of the Louisville Saenger fest Association believes the feetVvH a ill be the greatest from a standpoint C of attendance ever held by the Nortl t Imarlean Saeng rbund 0 I I 11 1111 1 11lllllllllllilt llllllllllillllltll HERMAN STRAUS SONS FOURTH AVCNUt INtONPORAT t1 MARKET STREET EMBROIDERYFOR r rr CONFIRMATIONr DRESSES Beautiful Highclass 27inch Embroidery Flouncings and 22 Allover About half of this lot is handloom goods dainty r baby flouncings plauen lace and batiste also fine Swiss with showy designs of Irish English and floral designs All direct from St Gaul Switzerland and Germany Every lot fresh F and new They include the following styles suitable for chil li drens confirmation dresses waists and costumes L Values From 100 to 198 Choice 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