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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w j WE DO FIRST Give This Next I VOLUME XXXIINO 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 9 FivE CENTS ICARDINALS The Coming Consistory May Raise the Number to Nearly Seventy t How Ceremonies of Giving Big llctto and Conferring Bcrrctta Are Conducted I Death Deprives Germany of Representation In the Sacred College THE SCARLET HAT IS TREASUR- Et Although thirteen prelates hav been publicly nominated to receive Cardlnalates at the Consistory to be held in the week of May 25 It tIs quite likely according to those wh are acquainted with the policy o the Vatican that the actual number is largermay even approach the maximum membership of the Sacred College which is seventysix Car dinal Bishops holding suburblcary sees fifty Cardinal priests and four teen Cardinal Deacons The comparatively recent deaths of five Cardinals Vlves y Tuto Oreglia Rampolla Katschthaler and Kopp left eighteen vacancies What It important about these vacancies Is that Oregllas death left vacant the important Roman see of Ostia while the death of Kopp deprived Germany of her only representative In tho Sacred College New Cardinals are created and Bishops confirmed in their posts In two most gorgeous and Impressive ceremonies at the Vaticanthe Secret and Public Consistoriesthe former entirely private and held always on a Monday or Thursday and the latter open to the public three or four days after the other The new Cardinals are named at the Secret Consistory after which the Pontifical Master of Ceremonies de livers to all the appointees within Rome the biglletto notice of ape polntment At the Public Consistory they receive the beretta or scarlet hat of office The Pope presides in person over the Secret Consistory no one aside from in toted prelates being allowed at the meeting except a reigning monarch + I Osii thedayprerlousftovthataw- hich n the Conslstory is to be held a special official of the Vatican fis admitted to the presence of the Pope and kneeling before His Holi ness asks the question youHoly 0 t Consistory on the morrow The Pope having replied in the affirmative an hour Is fixed and tile messengers are that evening dis withtheter prepare for the Important event readyforpointed hour all the Cardinals as semble before a throne of crimson which Is on a dais at the head of the room to await the appearance of the Pope As the Pope enters followed by the prelates of his suite toteavePopedeliverson the duties of their office and the Importance of their mission in the world On some occasions these addresses have remained a secret the outside world never hearing what has been said but on latter occasions It has been the custom to permit an authorized summary to b published After the address the Pope proclaims the name or names of those whom he has chosen whereupon the members of the Con sistory rise and doffing their red silk caps bow to show their agreement with the choice On rare oc casions the Pope announces the creation of a Cardinal whose name Is not announced for some time perhaps for some years In such a ease the Cardinalis said to be re served petto that Is to say the name remains In the bosom of the Pope After his announcement the Pope prefaces the list of new Cardinals with the words By the authority of God Al ApostlesPetercreate the following Cardinals The Consistory Is then over but the recipients of the honor have still many formalities go through Every new Cardinal residing 1In Rome receives a visit from a mes senger of the office of the Secretary of State bearing notice of his election r a visit from the Cancelarla giving him a decree of the Con sistory and a visit from the Master of Ceremonies stating when the Pope will be pleased to bestow the her retta After receiving the berretta tinatt mony is the most stately of all It takes place in the Sala Regla of the Vatican to which the leaders of Roman society are admitted to Kether with Ambassadors to the Holy BeeThe Popes throne on this occasion hascanopy h a gold and around the throne is ar tapestrywhich on wither h feet on the world The elder Cardinals approach the throne and sfterwstakingrd t walons J h- oCrlLet them advance If and the adVeeateefef the Conf foryand tthlWoa lalskBMI before the 0 t1n Wry J KENTUCKY IRIsil AMERICAN 1914PRICEthrone and read Latin petitions relating to the newly appointed Cardinals On no occasion however Is the reading allowed to continue for at a sign from the Pope the Master of Ceremonies interrupts the petition and the officials retire for the time being Then a space before the throne Is cleared and several o the Cardinals leave In order to lea iIn the new Cardinals While the are gone the officials continue tread 0 their petitions Each new Cardinal enters and advances between two Cardinals toward the throne Three reverences are made and each new Cardinal- kisses the foot and the hand of the Pope and is embraced The Pope rises and walking around the chairs near the throne embraces each CarPdlnal and the new members of e college The new Cardinals then advance toward the throne and theI Pope addressing them presents each with the scarlet hat The famous hat Is of scarlet cloth and scarlet anDd recipient Henceforth it Is his most treasured possession and will be placed on his bier when he Is dead tombeINTO ETERNAL REST The Rev Father James A Daly yearst d a priest was called Into eternal rest Monday night at Sts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital after a six months Illness of hardening of the arteries Father Daly was a native of St Paul Minn and had spent fortyfive years iin the service of God and religion Soon after his ordination ho came to Louisville and for a number of years was stationed at St Louis Ber trends church He also spent much time in missionary work and for a time was supprior of St Rose Priory at Springfield Father Daly bore the title of Preacher General a high rank In the Catholic church and one of the most distinguished in the Dominican order Three of his four sisters who survive him were at his bedside when he answered Gods call The remains were re moved to St Louis Bertrands church where they lay In state until1 the funeral on Wednesday when a solemn high requiem mass was offered many priests assisting at the Impressive services From the church the body was taken to St Roses for Interment BLESSES DONORS A marble tablet surmounted with the Popes name and arms has been placed at the entrance to the hall of the palace at St Callxto which has been the headquarters of the com slue1907janr Latin Bible Abbot GasqUet the head of the English Benedictines who recently delivered a course of Lenten addresses in St Patricks Cathedral New York iCIty and who is now said to be slated for a Cardinals hat at the coming consistory has been the guiding mind fIn this great work He said recently that the revision would probably oc cupy fifty years jThe tablet bears Latin inscription which reads These are the names of those who glyenhelpingI Vulgate which was Instituted by thn Supreme Pontiff Plus X Then follows a long list of names among them being Cardinal Gibbons of NovYorkProvidence R h and Rochester N L the fathers of the Congregation or St Paul of New York City Joh NewYorkOlutletof the list ojf names the inscription on the table closes with the words alsnInSHOWINUeDespite th 3 rain last Monday night theKnightsJeffersonvlll and Now Albany made an excellent showing at Phoenix Hill Park I The occasion was the twentyelg th annual inspection and drill of th6 First Kentucky district conducted by Col P J Breen as slated by Major Hussong of New Al bany and Col Blocker Over 600 people witnessed the drills and each commandery was generously applauded as they went through the many ev lotions Following the Inspection Ben Mueller was awarded1 servIces byIajorf young spent a couple of hours IIn dancing and other amusements I SfAOKIN COUNCIL The meting of Mackin CouncilI YM h was well attended Monday night antl President Thornton dls rapidlyTheree of Marshal1 a special election was nightThreei Raymond Schott Charles Gruesser and Henr Alberts are seeking the honor and as each has a strong following 1n tha Indications poltfl to the most excl Ing election in Mackin Council for a number of years It Is understood that a date will be soon set avid work commenced for the annual outing THW SECRET OUT After barfing been kept a secret since August 27 of last year announcement was made last week of the marriage on that date of Miss Marguerite mlthandE O Me shon Mr Uershon is the son J H Mershoa cashier of the Unit n National Bank and latiwell known hire TheyXare married at the Cathedral redtory Thionly att tendante Were Mlae1 Helen L Nisian and Herman Stlden a ar 1- r 0 r BARRY Monument tb Bo Unveiled to the AmericandNavyy I Government Will Express Its Appreciation of His Gallant 1Service Wilson and Four Gov ernors Will Bo Special Guests JSCHOOL CHILDREN INTERESTED At this time when the naval and military forces are busily engaged In upholding the honor of the nation one Is impressed with the bronze Barrythetthe head of which Is shrouded with stirringdaysCongress took steps to establish a naval force to defend the honor and1 integrity of the Colonies Commodore Barry returned from abroad in the IBlack Prince the finest American merchant vessel in its time and ten tWashingtonalmost immediately placed him i andhisout the Revolutionary war so en thatInono occasion he expressed the wish that a Suitable reward would al w braveryOnexpress its appreciation for the gallant service thus rendered by un veiling in the national capital ono ar the handsomest bronze SpecialtrainsYork IrlshiAmerlcan societies and from Philadelphia Boston and sev eral other points word is sent thatarrangements of the same character- are being made ofWashingtonranged as a mark of esteem to the BarrytheWashIngtonipachargeotethlarfeaturof committeehasof the evertakenshrineOneIrlshAmerlcnnsj totakeevenIng Invitations araa fourGovernors theUnited anftaddress With the unveiling of the monument enthusiasmrace throughout the United States 1 Is such as has never before been known thne news flashed to the world tha thedj fighting prestlJebannerThee fromIrishAmerican slgnlfylntheirsendingrepresentatives fort11eceremoniestMay n varlottElateEducationt havingo country devote some time during the week ending May 16 to the study oftheblALOXEYS SKULL FRACTURED Tnlrtyfourthalterowild d ePatrolmantheFourth3 clIlltor1 horse he was riding a young one IcidanBridgea panys viaduct and ran In Mont eftortse addle girths to slip throwing him to the ground at Thirtyfourth and Rudd Firemen from the No 1 engine house ran to Maloneys as dJstrlctsd1 that his skull was fractured and the theItytheIndlcatlQl1sTwo dears agoa horse fell on Maloney In the rear of the Fourth district station breaking the officers leg He lives at 429 North Nineteenth street AMERICANS AT CONSISTORY The consistory which the Pope will bold on May 26 will be one of the JlmeoffirstUpllUrlttether will be represented at Collegebaloonfabeildealarge a i htr d it t bishops and IBlshops It is estimated that this year about 100 Archbishops and Bishops with their secretaries will visit Rome from America and Canada to pay their respects to the Pontiff This Is In obedience to a presentPOPElcountry shall pay official visits to II the Holy See at the same time I MCRARYSI I t Catering to the Largo City Vote in Comliiir Senatorial15 Race C Congressman Shcrley May Go Uliopposcd In Primary and General Election Rumor Thnt Tioraino Mix Will4 Be Candidate For Criminal CpurttJudgo I HUMORI OF COL CALLAHAN I In line with tho statement appear jing in these columns last week that the result of the unlted States Sen ators race would+ depend in a great measure on the vote of the cities Louisvillencomes the announcement ot Gen W B Haldemans appointment as a member of the Racing Commission- by Gov McCreary which means that the Governor has turned his attention to the cities votes Billy flair a wheel horse in the Demo reputationroad Commissioner by running allover the candidate backed by Beck ohami and his man Haley has been handleshis campaign in Lexington dad now with the Courlertfournal and Times support enlisted through Haldbmans appointment It appears that he i gaining ground daily The only car unplayed in his hand thus far Is the settlement of the Insurance muddle and If he can settle that satisfactorily he will have easy sailing for the- nomlnationDu lngthe past week the Beckham lleaders have lost some of their seeming ronfidence and are now ready to believe the statement that even if Beckham receives theo i nklrelyout1dnngerttilsbeing Bradleyeand other leading Republicans who see in the nomination of Beckham a chance for Republican success Judging from the present wito1 not only be unopposed for the Democratic nomination In August but will be without opposition In the general election In November Prorgresslvcs have even discussed enter- Ingl a candidate or sacrifice rather nr Mr Sherleys splendid record hentitled him to reelection and wit each succeeding year he has grow stronger In Washington and is no recognized throughout the Unite- tatesS as one of our leading and conservative statesmen It has been rumored during the past week that Loraine Mix the- Commonwealthspresent Assistant totJudge of the Criminal Court sea therank and file of Democracy would make him a formidable candidate In discussing the rumor the other da ta leading Democrat remarked the Judge Gregory was sure to have op h- lsweakercghim as a nd again with the general public the Impression being In the minds of givessreckless nutomoblllsts the attention tthey deserved In his charges to the different grand Juries while on the other hand he has been criticised Yol oPn gambling his Juries past as- a whole having been considered men of honesty and integrity fThey could also be considered as men of fairness and the average Juror can see no fairness or equity In a law which will persecute the man guilty f gambling at Sixth and Jefferson wills it Is legal to gamble at Churchill Downs 1A group of our representatives to the recent General Assembly in discussing the banquet tendered to the labor lobbyists last week at the Louisville Hotel professed them selves as being amused at the speech of Col Pat Callahan who being called upon paid the labor representatives a very doubtful comp i ment when he stated that they had more success in the passage of their favorite measures than he did In Ma which Is considered humorous when the entire Louisville delegation was Democratic and both houses pre ponderously so while CoL Callahans chief aides were leading BunI Moosers and his own views supposedly alllgned with the Axton campaign In tho last election BEAUTIFUL EXERCISES In all the Catholic churches of Louisville the month of May the month of the Blessed Virgin was ushered in with beautlfully Impres slue ceremonies The processions on Friday night at the Cathedral St Johns and other churches participated 1 in by the children attracted thousands On Sunday afternoon Stt Louis Bertrands church which alI ways leads in those exercls8swas overcrowded as was also the t3acr H8 rchurch8t Patricks and Anthonys Tha May devotions ii all the churches ATe benncWell attend 1 o- t DUBLIN S Sent First Sisters of Mercy to Arrive in tho United States even Canio From the Mother House SixtyEight Years Ago Founded House of Mercy For Reception of Irish Intuit grant Girls HAVE DONE A GREAT WORK jjIntoMay 14 1846 bringing with her seven Sisters of Mercy and one postulant the first to reach the United States from the mother house St Catherines Convent in Baggot street Dublin jMotherM Angela Maher Austin Horan ByrneTeresaMiss Burns They had left Dublin on April 13 and they sailed from Liverpool on 16th occupying the ladles cabin which had been reserved for them by Bishop Hughes who the year be tore visited the mother house tIn Dublin and then secured the promise of a foundation for his diocese n opportuitya poor during the voyage among 500 1 Immigrants in the steerage and the safetyHavlngBishop their first objective point o I ElandingBishop Hughes however was absent in Baltimore tthedndpreviousSttvlsl uifor their reception and comfort ami two Sisters of Charity escorted tnv to their first temporary resting placwn St Josephs Convent t thattheyentertained by lfott e Elizabeth Boyle and her community qnd they Slaterfs I V k the meant mo Bishop usbee who had returned from Baltimore rented for them their first convent D fine brick gonesubatantlak6 West Washington place near St Josephs church West Washington place was so called because It was thet part of that quiet street running west from Washington square The Washingtont numbered The first home of the hnamo which today Is much the as when they occupied It slxty Washinga Hughes cele- bratedt mass In the Improvised I chapel placed the Blessed Sacrament- nI the tabernacle and appointed the Very Rev Archdeacon Michael McICarron as their spiritual director thattwereebyfragment a forthtl have six odtid fix One of their chief desires was to Establish a House of Mercy for the reception of Irish Immigrant girls thouJ flocking to this country from the famine at home but this tva not realized until later They found plenty of work to their hands however They established a circulat ling library and did missionary workIamong the poor preparing about 300I j duringtheirIn less than a year they receive- the 1 first accession to their ranks 1 Inii the person of Miss Josephine SetonIyoungest daughter of Mother Elizabeth Anna Seton the foundress oCIf the Sisters of Charity As Sister Mary Catherine she received the white veil from Bishop Hughes on April 16 1847 She died In hej ninetyfirst year in the odor o sanctity She was followed into the religious life later by Mother Setons favorite granddaughter Miss Helen Seton who also took the name of Sister Mary Catherine and received the white veil from Cardinal Mc Closkey Two years after their arrival 1 In New York the Sisters took possession n of tho spacious double house on the southwest corner of East Houston and Mulberry streets The house was once Madame Chegarys fash- Ionable academy for young ladles and later the first home In New York of the Stators of the Sacred Heartt academytonent home of tho Sisters of Mercy being blessed and dedicated under the patronage of St Catherine of Siena by Bishop Hughes on May 1 1848 Here for nearly forty years or until their removal to the present t convent at Madjson avenue and East Eightyfirst street In 1885 were Ferried on with constantly extending Influence labor and success the ofjpercyJ jlQyertyharlly id V eojuiry as naught IIn their endeavor bufitypnQ succor jthiwuU and u r bodies of the unfortunates to whom they devoted their lives The Sisters of Mercy are now established in many cities of the country and have in Louisville one of Its best academies A summary of the good accomplished would fill a page of this paper MAGINNIS MKENNA Among the interesting out of town weddings last week was that of S A Maginnls of Salt Lake City and Miss Margaret McKenna of Fair field which took place with nuptial amorningtFather William D Pike performing the ceremony The church which is built on the McKenna grounds 1 looked beautiful with its decorations of apple blossoms and springtime flowers The brides gown was of Ivory charmeuse trimmed In old lace Her bridal veil was worn cornet fashion and she carried a great bouquet of lillles of the valley Her sister Miss Bettye McKenna was the maid of honor and wore an Imported not over applegreen taffeta and picture hat of white and green carried Easter lillles The four- ridesmaids jj were in white net gowns over taffeta T J Maginnis of Salt Lake City was the best man The ceremony was followed by a recep lion The bride is charming Y bofby everybody having been reared from childhood in Nelson county Maginnis Is one of Salt Lake Citys representative men and first met his bride during a meeting of Thedv couple home In Salt Lake City where all good wishes go with them- CORNERSTONE LAYING Tomorrow afternoon at 4 oclock the cornerstone of the new St Columbas parochial schoolttlc energeticat Thirtyfifth and Jeffersdn street will andychurch and with pleasant weather gatheringnFather Kalahers new building will be a counterpart bthedimensions will be 37x93 feet tw stories and basement and built o brick and stone It will contain five school rooms and be so constructed that they may be easily added to The basement will be large and commodious with a recreation room for the children and a splendid hall for society and social purposes Many of the local clergy will be present to Revgthei1ESt Columbas parish Father Kalaher has done a great work and In the erection of this school for the coming he will have the hearty support of an energetic and ever Increasing congregation FALLS TO DEATH John lMulloy fiftythree years old assistant engineer at the Louisville Hotel met with a sudden death early Sunday morning at his home 143 North Fourth street Accord- Ing l to his wife Mrs Mary Mulloy her husband arose from bed shortly after midnight complaining that It was too cold in the room for open windows She said she saw him at andtfalling to the pavement a distance of about forty feet Her screams awakened their sons John and Henry Mulloy who rushed to the ptreet and carried him Into the house from where the unfortunate man was removed to St Josephs Infirmary Upon examination Mul loys skull was found to be frac tured and his leg broken Without regaining consciousness he died at 245 Sunday afternoon His funeralI was held Tuesday morning from St Michaels church Rev Martin OCon nor officiating at the sad obsequies IsHundreds of persons of all denominations called at the archiepiscopal residence to bid farewell to Cardinal Gibbons who left Balti more Saturday on a visit to Pop letdt e afternoon for Wilmington where h officiated at tho dedication of St Pauls church on Sunday On Mon day the Cardlhal went to New York where he spent the day and night lleaving Tuesday on board the steam ship Prlnzess Irene for Naples He Blshofr p Thomas J Shahan of the Catholic University who accompanied him The Cardinal expects to return to America by August 1 HOLY CROSS Thirty yoga and girls will mak their first holy communion at Hol Cross church Thirtysecond and Broadway on Sunday morning May 17 These children have been pre paring for some time for this happ event under the Instruction of Ole Father Bret their pastor and the Sisters of Mercy the close being one of the largest in the history of th parish The congregation is taken great Interest and for all It will be day to be remembered CONVENTION AT BARDSTOWN The Knights of Columbus of Kentucky will hold their annual State convention at Bardstpwn on May 1 and 12 John fTalbott has bee arranging for the entertainment of the delegates and visitors for whom there will be two banquets and t gathering is expected to be t largest in the history of the order in this State Attorney Thomas Wglahl of this city will be one of the principal orators S WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order CHURCHILL 1 Bcbukcd by Asquith and Peace ful Spirit Now Prevails in Parliament Every Developcmciit Seems to Help and Advance Home Rule Cause Orangemen Find the Situation Not Only Not Favorable But Hostile POLICYI OF LIBERALS AND IRISH E From London Hon T P OConnor cables the every recent development seems to help and advance home rule and especially the actions of Its OrangemenYpride over success of their gun running raid to iflnd the situation not only not favorable but hostile especially In their own CaptCraigthis coup walked ostentatiously upon the floor of the House In evident expectation of some big outburst of enthusiastic applause but he was al jlowed to take his seat without notice and in a silence at once sepulchral iand condemnatory As a matter of fact this outrageous violation of all law Including the overpowering outhtelephone and the blocking of public highroads brought the spectre of utter lawlessness so directly home to everybody that the whole situation ipassed from speculative anticipation tto grim and affrighting reality The Liberals were so enraged that they urged the Ministry to take stern action against these aristocratic law- reakers while the sober Tories back from such a devastating sanctitiesftto knock the bottom out of the whole debate on the supposed plot of the Government to create In Ulster a new Bartholomew day It was evident from his halting and apologetic opening speech that Austen Chamberlain who was chosen to lead the Tory attack would have irun away from the debate If that hadibeen possible and his speech was J t1dhletfectlvetwas ChurahllL reply rand jroused Liberals and Irishmen toj thunders of applause when he de scribed the Tory motion aSR vote of censuro on the police by the criminal classes The Tories abject in their humiliation did not howl him down was they would have done some weeks ago when feeling ran fiercely against him When with that kaleid oscopic rapidity and unexpectedness which characterizes this whole ex traordinary struggle Churchill brought surprise and dismay to the Liberals and Irish by making a brand new offer more extensive than any that had gone before of concession to the Tories a sharp squall of rage and despair passed over the ranks of the Nationalists at this apparent surrender to the enemy in the very tplacedhemselvesopen violation of the law Several Liberals for some hours talked of resigning their seats Others heel tated before voting for the Ministry In the division on the Tory motion and altogether a wave of depression reaching almost to despair swept over the Ministry and the Irish ranks Soon however the wondrous confidence In the loyalty and strength of Premier Asquith who Is now more supremo over the House of Commons than Gladstone ever was made his Liberal supporters and rish allies feel that when he came to speak he would restore the critical situation I Balfour In a speech whose t pathetic tone and delivery moved profoundly the whole House of Com mons confesed for the first time that his life work In opposing home rule toeadopted an almost similar tone of melancholy resignation to final victory for Irish nationality and for the first time expressed the hope and wish that the Irish Parliament would be successful and would ultimately by disappointing Orange fears also win the hearts of Ulster Protestants This created an entirely new atmos phere and Asquith of course did not seek to return to the old acerbity but quietly gently and firmly re pudiated Churchill who had already been repudiated unanimously by the Cabinet Council and restored the situation The one thing that stood Asquithsdwas made behind the back of the partyY settlementvstrong on the Tory side as on the Liberal for a large minority of the theirgaettlemenfawill and his mad policy on the whole Tory party The policy of the Lib erals and Irish at this moment Is to force on the passage of the home rule bill to present It at the soonest possible moment to the House Jt booknputInreaoheheJiltferentlngcuitifeeeUnriachtioinethingA 0 T KENTUOKY xRXa AMERIOAN i E- TT KENTUCKY IRISH flMEfUGflU PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY 4ir 4ed to tile Social and Moral Adruceaeaeit ot MA AaerlciH and Ciilrollc Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hlberalani Young Mans Inititnte and CatboHc Knights of America KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publlchara SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sec Bntind at th Lialirlll PoitoMIe II SMoqdCliM nitttr Ndreaa all CoHaMlutlais tIN KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Wet Mecca St LOUISVILLE KyOld SATURDAY MAY 9 1914 RANKING PRELATE The official head of the Catholic church in the United States is not Cardinal Gibbons as is commonl supposed The ranking prelate of the church Is the Apostolic Delegate As personal representative of the Pope he takes precedence at all ecclesiastical functions All ecclesi astical judicial appeals are made through him to Rome or for his own decision Cardinal Gibbons has no Jurisdiction outside the limtls of tho archdiocese of Baltimore which comprises only the counties of Mary land lying west of Chesapeake Bay I and the district of Columbia of which he is the Metropolitan His office of Cardinal gives him no more episcopal authority than is enjoyed by any other member of the hierarchy Jn the United States each Bishop being supreme within tho limits of his own diocese Balti more however was the first see created in the United States so its Archbishop Is by request of the other prelates and with the sanction of a special decree of the Pope given the right of presiding over the deliberations of the hierarchy when they are assembled together Other than this Cardinal Gibbons has no personal authority over any Catholic or ecclesiastic in the United States outside the limits of the archdiocese of Baltimore In Rome ho would however take his place in the Col lege of Cardinals which is ns Iit were the Senate of the church The autonomy of each diocese like that of ftet States of the Union is strictly defined The Bishop of each is ap pointed directly by the Pope and divides his Jurisdiction therein with oo one He is responsible for Jtfl a proper government to the Apostolic Delegate and the Pope FOR THE TRUTH SEEKER Here are a few interesting ques tions propounded by the Chicago Key World that Catholics may with Justice ask of their Prote stan feTl low citizens vitare inclined to give any sortdt credence to the Menace Bteuflers- r Did you ever hear of a Catholic I jr priest who had been a Protestant clergyman maligning his former co religionists He was always will ing to present arguments and pre sent them forcefully but did he ever attempt to soil his nest Did you ever hear a CatholicI priest assert that the Protestant clergymen as a class were lecherousI beasts in the company of whom good womankind was unsafe Did you ever hear a Catholic priest or Catholic layman say onoI single word against the character or even against the sincerity of the Methodist or Lutheran deaconesses or an Episcopalian nun Did you ever hear a Catholic of any kind say as did Spurgeon of Des Moines that he hoped for a revolution that would sweep the Protestant voters off the list andl deprive Protestant citizens of their rights to cltlzenshlpIDid you ever hear a CatholicI state that it was no crime to kill a r Protestant minister as did the same clergyman recently Jn Denver Did you over hear a Catholic lay man or priest state that it was im possible for a Protestant to be a good citizen of his country and that In case of war with a Protestant country ho would be found on the side of his coreligionists rather than on the side of his country right or wrong To SUn1Jt all tipV Protestants as w llas Catholics claim to be Chris tians to love the religion of Jesus Christ td practice the precepts which the Master gave not only for his time but tp tije Tery end Chief est among these precepts is that of i charity Who Violates the command of charity Who tells his core llglonlsts to hate those whom they admit to be their fellow Christians In the name of a Got of love Who publishes month after month not Inane but Ina dozen periodicals the vilest lies concerning their neigh hors and applauds every effort to do these neighbors an injury Standing square on the Ten Commandments and the teachings of Holy Scripture who seems to love the command nientathemore and follow Scripture the closer ATTENTION JUNIOR ORDER The Junior Order and other kindred AP A societies who are eomUntly opposing immigration are keeping mighty quiet these days on their pet u Jet eepeetelly flo Who th ut of JIiWlie died or were 0 wounded for the flag at Vera Cruz was given out for publication Among the list are Fitzgerald Lane Lannon Boyle Cahill Leahy Hag gerty Schultz Schumacker Schwartz Firdth Guecke Nanz Ebel Holsinger De Fabbio De Lewry Vltaro Nordslek and Peter son Among the killed was Dennis Joseph Lane a twentyyearold lad born in Ireland and a graduate of St Agnes school of New York City and whose father John P Lane said on hearing of his sons death Ho died in a good cause and I am proud of him If I were thirty years younger Id go myself I UNNECESSARY RED TAPE The action of the Board of Council in delaying the request of the local Amateur Baseball Federation for an approbiation of 500 for the providing of additional ball grounds for our young ball players comes with bad grace especially when the delay was caused by unnecessary quibbling over parliamentary pro cedure As aptly stated by Council man Thomas Dolan when some of the city fathers have the woper course of action mapped otft the baseball season will be over I t fTwo of our Wichita priests says the Catholic Advance are down on the borders of Mexico along with the American army risking their lives to uphold the flag in spite oi Gen Miles and the Guardians of Liberty The latter are getting be hind and the priests are at work in front When blood begins to flow the Sisters of Charity will be found nursing the stricken soldier boys on the field of battle while the puling Menace will be safely at homeI doing the devils work maligning them and the church of which they are the fairest flowers If Monsignor Falconio being an American citizen may be called a foreigner there are now in the Sacred College tlHy ne foreign Cardinals against thirtyfour Italians The consistory to be held thisI month is one of the greatest cere monies of the Catholic church only surpassed in importance I by theI conclave Time for Easter duty expires on Trinity Sunday Surely you are not going to let it slip by and thus excommunicate yourself IThe third reading of the home 1rule bill is expected to be givenI either next week or the one following REKER EASY MONEYI It is a safe bet in the future that any stranger being introduced to Will Reker the cafe proprietor on South Seventh street will have toI carry Iron clad credentials after what happened to him last week Two well known practical humorists of that section introduced a man to Reker as the brother of a well known local clergyman whom he thinks very highly of stating that the stranger was from New York Reker Iimmediately got busy in showing the clergymans supposed Ifentuckysfamousthe two Jokers out in his nmtomo bile visiting all the points of inter est including Cave Hill cemetery the Confederate monument our new million dollar hospital and Cherokee and Shawnee Parks end Ing up with an elegant supper at one of our leading hostelries and introducing his guest on all sides as- a brother of his friend the clergy man Reker didnt find out until three days later that he had been toinjuryNew Yorker only liver three squares away from him SACRED HEART FESTIVAL Extensive preparations are being made by the people of tho Sacred Heart church congregation for the May festival and candy pulling for the benefit of the parochial school one of the very best in the city to be held iq the school hall at Seven teenth and Broadway on Monday afternoon and evening May 5 This will lie the occasion for a reunion of the men and women of the parish and an event eagerly awaited by the children The admission will be only ten cents and with each ticket will be a free candy coupon I UNIFORM KNIGHTS Gen M Reichert and members of his staff have been busy in Tell City Ind and with the assistance of a number of Catholic citizens have organized a promising Uniform Rank Company of the Catholic Knights of America in that city The Tell City branch la one of the strongest in Inidana and when the new company IB Hj stefed in it will be made the occasion ra kpaplal excursion frog tovlivlll SHEATH TIN SWORDS Dear Editor Tell tho Monaco the Peril tho Yellow Jacket and their like whoso only excuso for existence is to food and bleed American degenerates that the first American to test his ale legiance with his lifes blood j Mexico in defense of his inII country and to defend tho of the Stars and Stripes was Irish Catholic Daniel Aloysius Haggcrty Tell them that what Haggerty did every Catholic in America would do Tell them it is time to close their slander factories Tell them to sheath their tin swords which they have been so valiantly wielding in a mythical battle against an imaginary and impossible foe Real swords and redblooded men llko Hnggcrty are needed now Tin swords in tho hands of blatant peace patriots will not do down in Mexico After nil it was unkind of bravo Hag gcrty to destroy the bigots busi ness But tho jig is up Call homo tho army of Popeeating American degenerates Charles J Cummings Wllliamsport P- aLcIETv 1 Miss Fannie Berkley is home from Hodgemrille where she visited Mis Julia Hagan Miss May Lincoln was the week end guest of Miss Amelia Moody at Pewee Valley Miss Gene Mulverhlll went to Clovorport last week for a visit with Mrs Roy Perry Mrs Mary Baldwin of Oldham street has entirely recovered from her recent illness Miss Katherine Mulligan has re turned from a visit to Miss Anna Woodard at Owensboro Miss Edna App has been enjoyin a delightful visit with Mrs John V McDermott in Frankfort Mrs Mayme Carey and son JohnI Carey of Lebanon were here for i brief visit to Mrs Ellen Carey Henry Pasllck prominent in rea I estate circles was this week a so Journer at West Baden Springs Miss Alice Curtin spent last week In Fairfield where she attended the MaglnnlsMcKenna wedding Miss Loretta Tlghe returje r Saturday from a weeks stay j i St- Catherines Academy at Spclrfgfleld I Miss Katherine Welch of Spring Station spent last week as thE guest of Mrs Joseph Neal in Dee Park Mr and Mrs Bernard Dant hadI as gnests the past week Mrs Mike Dant and Mrs Guy Beam otNevr Haven Mrs John Malone and Miss Katherine Malone of the Highlands are expected home today from Hot Springs Miss Adelaide Strassel entertainer I Monday with a luncheon and bridge3 party at her home in Souther 1 HeightsMrs W P Fahey and son oiI Chesterfield Heights visited Mrs James B Hogan at Parkview the past week Mr and Mrs R M Burke o Bowling Green were the weeks guests of Mr and Mrs U G Elroi in Oakdale Misses Amelia and Carrie Weitzel who were guests of Mrs H Wede kemper left Saturday for their home in Frankfort IMrs Clifford Staples has been en tertaining at her home in Highland Park her sister Miss Dora Fitzgerald of Hart county Mrs Mary J OIBryan announces the engagement of her daughter May to T Reed Browne The wedding will take place in June Mrs M J McClusky and grandson Mama Pope left Tuesday for extended visit to her sister Mrs C P Llchty at Birmingham Ala Mrs Grace Griffith of Columbus Ind was in Jeffersonvllle for a visit to her sister Mrs Frank Burke and Misses Amy and Jean McCann Mr and Mrs Phil Mazzoni and daughters Misses Grace Estelle and Lillius Mazzoni will leave next- aronth to spend the summer in Europe Misses Mamie and Blanche Tobin and Louise ODonnell came down from Frankfort last week to visit Mrs John Ray and daughter Miss Arva Ray Mrs George Wayne Rankin returned Tuesday from an extendedi visit to Mrs W T Speak at Salem Ill She also visited in Chicago andI St LouisMrs Tighe has been spending the week in Nashville attending the meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of LocomotiveI Engineers Mrs Ben J Sand has returnedl from New York where she visitedI her husband who is one of theI Government Labor Inspectors At Ellis Island Mrs Frank Sullivan and son John Sullivan and two daughters andI Miss Eula George Were recent vIsit- ors to Frankfort the guests of James Sullivan and family J W Reiss the well knownI grocer and wife were among thej visitors registered aj West JJadenI Springs for their annual eprlifg Mason of real and reersation Mrs Tae Downey Margaret r Af FURNITUREFor the Bed Room Dining Room and Living Room Large selection good quality and reasonable prices WM F MAYERMarket Bet Fourth and Fifth to oJto to + tHHt + 1 otof + 01 ++1 FRANK A OHLMANN GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES You Can Make a Square Meal Of Our Round Step k Cumb Phoni Main 967 a Home Phone City 5252 nQQ franklin Street + Hlo IoH1 1 PA H Jo1H + oJ + 10 + + +1 Downey and Miss Margaret Tierney the Rev J M Abell and Dr Carl Aboll were guests of Mr and Mrs E U Buckman at Parkview Mr and Mrs Albert J Foley have returned from their bridal trip spent at Gulfport Pass Christian and New Orleans and are at home to their friends at 2902 South Third street John J Flynn Assistant Cashier of the First Nitlorial Bank is back at his window having recovered from the effects of the operation which he underwent in Mobile on March 16 A pleasant event of last week was the reception tendered a number of friends by Mr and Mrs George Rautenbusch at their home in South Louisville in honor of their wedding anniversary Mrs Charles Edwin Cooney and daughter Miss Margaret Rose Cooney of Syracuse N Y arrived Wednesday to be the guests of Mrs Cooneys parents Mr and Mrs J B Wathen on Oak street LLittle Miss Mary Beatrice arrived Tuesday from Bfibyland to brighten the home of Senator and Mrs Sam uel Robertson 1315 South Twenty sixth street The Senator reels greatly elated ver the Storks visit and has been kent from business re calving congratulatlpns LOtto J Hubbuch and bride who was Miss Aline M Kohlepp will go to housekeeping in a bungalow at 659 Thirtyninth street upon their return from the East where they have been spending their honeymoon They were quietly married by the Rev Father Schuhmann at St Johns church I Stephen M Keely and daughter Miss Regina left Sunday for New York to sail from there today for Ireland of which they will make a complete tour thence going to Lon don Rome and Paris before return ing home Quite a large concourse of their friends assembled at the depot to wish them a safe and pleasant trip The marriage of John Brent and Miss Luezlna Schmidt a well known young couple of Jeffersonvllle was solemnized with a nuptial mass Wednesday morning at St Anthpnys church the church being thronged with friends and relatives After the ceremony the bride and groom left for a two weeks honeymoon trip to New York Invitations are being Issued for the marriage of Miss Adeline B Hurley to Frank Nadorff to take place at St Peters church on Tues day morning June 2 at 9 oclock The bridetobe is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Hurley off 1152 South Eighteenth street while the groom is one of the finest be ing a patrolman in the Seventh district HERE WITH BRIDE Will Soden son of Phil Soden the popular L and N engineer and bride who was Miss May Belford of Brooklyn are here from New York 1on their wedding trip and are being entertained by Louisville relatives and friends In New Albany The bride is a lovely young lady and Mr Soden is being congratulated for having captured so worthy a help meet They will return to New York next week where the groom is auditor for the Erie railroad 1FOR HOME BENEFIT The Hibernian Social Club have arranged a splendid programme of motion pictures and vaudeville to be given under their auspices at the Norman Theater Twentyfirst and Portland avenue next Wednesday evening the proceeds of which are to be donated to the home benefit andtthe theater manager JM Wentzell has kindly agreed to donate ttie en tire receipts on that evening for the worthy cause There will be two performances the first at 630 oclock and the second at 8 The Committee of Arrangements are Thomas A Quinn t Matt J OBrien George J Butler and John M Riley i3mllORIA1Ij I 0 Death where is thy Sting Oh Grave where is thy Victory On Friday morning April 17 1914 there passed from this life into the eternal Joys of the life be yond Anna Russell Humane whose beautiful character Christian forti tude and true worth endeared her to her family and friends Buoyed up in her long illness by the same mental and spiritual attributes which had engaged the lasting affection of those she loved she was wholly una fraid to go In the last moments of her final hour she clasped the hand of each devoted sister who had min istered to her so lovingly and lavishly through the many months of suffering and by the Christian resignation and the peaceful smile Which oetpread her countenance reassured them that she was happy and contented on the threshold of a higher Ufo Thus surrounded by the sorrowing loved ones to whom she had been BO much In life she paseed into that long sleep from 3 hjeh the mortall known no awaken SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 1501 On the Elegant Steamers Cityi of Louisville City ofCincinnati One of the above steamers leaves tho Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 a mgoes about seventyfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets tho return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY50c DR EDMONDD WELLS EYE EAR NOSE THROAT Room 202 CourierJournal Bldg FOURTH AND GREEN Hours 8 to 9 a in 2 to 4 p m 7 to 8p m- PhoneCity 6710 Quick Meal Gas Ranges Are Excellent Most Excellent Specially adapted for the economical use of natural gas GEHER a SON 215 W Market Near Sec- ondMONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give ui a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument COt ing but from which the beautiful spirit Is liberated in eternityA M KNIGHTS OP COL MBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere A council has just been Instituted at Schuylervllle N Y Fort Wayne Knights added fifty three to their number last month Upward of 100 candidates will receive tho three degrees tomorrow at Marlon Ind One more was added to Rhode Islands growing list when Cranston Council was formally Instituted Hon A J Veeneman and staff of Evansvllle will exemplify the third for a large class at Indianapolis on May 17- large delegations from many titles assisted at the Institution of Delaney Council at Lincoln N H the newest In the State Arrangements have been per fected for a big Initiation on May 17 at Tiffin Ohio Candidates from many places will receive the degrees The annual retreat for the Knights of Columbus Ohio will open at the Cathedral there on May 17 conducted by Rev Xavier Sut ton C P- Besides the monster parade with over twenty bands of music a fine pyrotechnical display will be a teat ure of the New York State convention at Schnectady Henry Humpkey and six sons are members of Lebanon Council while Uniontown Council boasts the mem bership of C F French and his eight sons This is Kentuckys motto exemplified The celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the Knights at Man cheqter N H wu graced by the presence of Bishop Ouertln So large was the attendance and great the enthusiasm that the Emerald says a battalion for Mexico could have helm recruited Q J rC iI1fJ v Delmont Club Excursions Thursday May 14 Thursday May 21 On the Beautiful Steamer Princess Boat Leaves Foot of Fourth St TICKETS 50 CENTS CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisvile Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic ri CLOTHES III I- YouI Want to Wear at the Price You Want to Pay I I KirsUfib umWOOl Clothesuuuuo HAND LDNID There was a time in order to be well dressed a man had to be rich and nowaidays ofC f L B and Kirschbaum Clothes there is but very little excuse for any man not appearing in clothes that have about them a decided air of distinction The Only Good Clothes are those which seem as natural to a man as his good manners This is the kind that we have Cunning Lewis Brotzge ftw COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON Mens and Young Mens Exclusive Clothes Shop WHAT OUR CLUB PLAN MEANS TO YOU You can buy OUR QUALILY MERCHANDISE at LOWEST CASH PRICES You can arrange to pay for Carpets Rues Lin oleums and Draperies in the MOST CONVENIENT MANNER We charee you a club fee of 3 per cent on your purchase This insignificant sum is all the extras the club proposition involves Many people avail themselves of our club plan to get the best the least money Why not you Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff INCORPORATED 522524 WEST MARKET STREET FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South a 1iIii i The Last DollarT- hat Iyou spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT Wtth this bank to bear lateral COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time whoa your LAST DOLLAR must be spent for somethlag you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting right keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank arid Trust Co Fif h and Court Place Open Dally On ll 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m A NINOSANDTENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We jdo more and better work than anyone here Orders by mall 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zation of another Orphan Society In Louisville based on the lines on WILLIAM T MEEHAN which tho St Joseph Orphan Society was founded The movement has the approval of the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue and after several meetings a formal organization H A ViEENEMAN was perfected at which the following officers were elected PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice PresidentH A Veeneman Recording Secretary Dan J Hen nessy DAN J HENNESSY Financial Secretary S R Hard mancorresponding Secretary J A Hoerter t TreasurerJoseph P McGinn The purpose of this new organiza tion will be to improve and help JOSEPH P MGINN maintain the St Vincent and Bt Thomas Orphan Asylums where there are now over 200 parentlesa children At a meeting held Monday night at the Knights of Columbus home attended by representative men of a number of parishes there was an unanimous sentiment for a general meeting of Catholics to for ward the organization after which it is the intention to form a society In every English speaking parish in Louisville With the approval of the Bishop and the clergy there can be no doubt of Its success After a free discussion it was agreed that a picnic for the benefit of the two institutions be given on July 4 on the St Vincent Asylum grounds the proceeds to be devoted to much needed and necessary Im provements Thomas W Tarpy was named Chairman of the Committee of Arrangements and active prepara Lion for the Fourth of July celebra tion will begin Immediately RECOVERY ASSURED htlse Mary Flynn daughter of James Flynn 912 Culbertson ar nile New Albany who has Ma1111 latjit Edwards Hospital wlwresh B omltted to a Bvrffoal operation for i l SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer a mottRecording Secretary Walter CusickFinancial Secretary Joseph Far rollTroasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will fams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas HannonI DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial I SecretaryJohn J Hes j slon Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty t Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher 1 Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4- Meets t Second and Fourth Mondays 1 Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynchff Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rollSentinelM J McDermotts Y JMC I MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentGeorge J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken neySecond Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial SecretarYWill Cassln Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal UToe Keane Inside SentinelWilliam Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive Committee F G Ad ams George Simonis Frank Ocher W A Link- WANTEDReliable white woman to do cooking and downstairs house work Good home reasonable wages H E W 1801 Tyler park way Home phoneHighland 1438j appendicitis is now out of danger andher recovery assured Miss Flynn Is now receiving her friends who feel great relief over her Im proved condition v k ST ANNS EUCHRE A euchre and lotto for the benefit ot St Anns church will be givenI next Tuesday afternoon and even- Ing May 12 In the school hall at Seventh and Davies avenue theI afternoon games to be called at 230 oclockand the evening games at 815 Many handsome prizes have boon secured for the occasion The Sixth street tarn run directly pastI the hall POPULAR PATROLMAN DEAD Patrolman John J Murphy of the Seventh district died Thursday afternoon after several months illness the funeral taking place this morning from St Cecilias church and the Interment in St Louis cemetery He Is survived by three sons John J Jr William and Charles andI four daughters Misses Gertrude Catherine Anna and Helen who I have the sincere sympathy of their many friends in their hour of trouble K OF C LITERARY CLUB Attorney Thomas Walsh who has been given the sobriquet df Bard otIthe Ohio Falls will read a paper on Shakespeares King Lear nextIFriday evening at the meeting of the Knights of Columbus Literary Club S H Hardman Chairman otI the Educational Committee an nounces that the bookkeeping arithmetic and algebra classes will continue until June 1 FORTY HOURS Tomorrow morning the Forty Hours Adoration will begin In St Frances of Rome church with high mass continuing until Tuesday During the evening services eloquent sermons will be preached and Rev Thomas White the pastor will be assisted by a number of visiting priests ELECTED TRUSTEES At the Joint meeting of the two Boards of the General Council last Tuesday night pudge Matt ODoherty M Owsley Curd and T Harry Campbell nominated by Mayor Buschemeyer were elected members of the Board of Trustees ot the Louisville Industrial School for a term of three years STAND IN FRONT With the clash of war with Mex- Ico becoming more Imminent St Louis University of St Louis Is pleased to find several of her sons In important positions on the scene of action In the navy she is rep resented by Capt John J Knapp Captain of the flagship Connecticut now In Mexican waters In the army byLleutT Clement Lonergan now attached to the Sixth Cavalry and iwaltlag orders at Texas City to proceedlinto Mexico Besides these regularearmy Chaplain ot the Twentysecond alsoe5 old atudwit of the university RECENT DEATHS Last Saturday God called to Its reward the soul of Mrs Anna Gilt nane wife of patrick plltnano 3121 Portland avenue Mrs Giltuanei death brought grief keen and genu- Ine to a very wide circle of friends to whom she had endeared herself by all those admirable qualities of mind and heart that go to make kind amiable and devout Christian woman She was fiftysix years old and leaves seven children The funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady with Rev Father Conniff as celebrant of the requiem massHis many friends were grieved to learn of the death early Wednesday morning of William Lincoln Doyle aged twentythree years son of Mrs Mary M Doyle and the late 111 J Doyle Young Doyle resided with his mother at 2112 Edgeland avenue and was taken 111 three weeks ago Ho was a native of this city a graduI ate of Georgetown University at nephewdmother one sister Miss Mary Doyle survives him The funeral was held Thursday afternoon from St James church of which he was a member The many friends of Mrs Mary First Young wife of Jacob Young Sr 1029 Shelby street were greatly grieved to learn ofher death which followed a surgical operation she underwent Mrs Young was a na tive of Indiana but had spent mostIof her life in this city Besides her husband she Is survived by three daughters Miss Nora Young Mrs Kate Berry and Mrs Henry Guon ther a son Jacob Young Jr a brother Christ First of Jasper Ind and a sister Mrs Pauline Wonder of Washington Ind The funeral was conducted Thursday morning from St Vincent de Pauls church where the deceased had been a faithful and regular communicant FATHER ONEILL The Rev Father Francis ONeill of the Dominican missionary band- tationed at St Louis Bertrands this city was in Columbus a few days last week resting between his Ohio missions which have been largely attended and productive of gratifying results I SHELBYVILLE Opening of the May devotions at the Church of the Annunciation at Shelbyvllle of which the Rev John Riley is the zealous pastor last Sun day were marked by unusual splen dor and ceremony The altars and sanctuary were banked with flowers and illuminated with myriad lights Rev Father Schuhmann of this city was preesnt and preached a most eloquent sermon Many nonCatholics attended the beautiful services- SAENGERFEST All classes of Louisville people are dally becoming more Interested in the coming Saengerfest to be held here next month For weeks past our local musical societies have been meeting at Liederkranz Hall where they are rehearsing under the direction of Prof Anthony Molen graft assisted by his wife These socie ties include the Louisville Lieder kranz the Social Mannerchor and the Concordia Singing Society who will be included in the 5000 voices that will render My Old Kentucky Home In English From all parts of the country will come the best musical organizations and the Milwaukee Music Verein Is expected to distinguish itself by its singing as well as the fact that the body will be the bearer to Louisville of the Saengerfest flag which will be presented to the local Saengerfest So ciety for keeping until the next cele bration WILL VISIT ROME The Rev Father atyves pastor of the Church of the Assumption at Evansville will sail June 2 for a pilgrimage to Rome He will be ac companied by his brother the Rev John Ryves of Terre Haute Ind and the Rev Father Michael Gorman or Cambridge City Ind ISUCCESS ASSURED The success of the Buffalo Cathe dral fund raising campaign Is lesured Opening with a banquet- at which 3500 were present 101400 was pledged on the open- Ing day It Is the Intention to raise 500000 and have the grand marble Cathedral the crowning work of Bishop Colton dedicated free of debt and consecrated for next Easter Sunday FATHER TOM SHERMAN Rev Thomas Sherman S J eldest son of Gen William Tecumseh Sherman called at the Whlto louse In Washington to request that he bo appointed a Chaplain to accom pany a regiment to Mexico He had experIence in the SpanishAmerican war Father Shermans nervous system broke down some time ago from overwork in the mission field and he was so 111 that he was taken to a sanatorium But he recuper ated his strength and now with health restored ho Is as anxious as over to spend himself for the greater glory of God NEARS FOUR SCORE The Most Rev Edward F Prender gast Archbishop of Phlladelhpla entered upon his seventysecond yea rt last Sunday enjoying excellent health with prospects for many mor years Archbishop Prendergast was ordained In 1865 consecrated fin 1897 and became Archbishop on May 27 1911 BISHOP BURKE Considerably preparations are al ready under day for the celebration A ot the golden Jubilee of the Right Rev Thomas M A Burke Bisho ot Albany In July In that month It will be fifty years since the Bleho uphisprogramme will include religiousa aopen ehildnfromn r FRANK FEIiR o BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INOOHPOHATKD LOUISVILLE RYA FALLS CITY BREWiNOCO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ontar a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West G9 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 1IIEJ WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and 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made Unloaaada and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smo- kersTWTABPY CO- MAKBBB e SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET HERRMANN BROS IMPOnTEaaV- INB WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale D al era la Plant Braids ef KM tacky WkUklw especially Pearl qf Nelson LED IN OHI TsleI UUNl f101 11N i11 r r x f It 6 f lQNLUCKY IRISH AML RYCAl What the Club Plan Is i And What It Means to You The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for Joining for Instance The membership fee on a 2500 purchase would bo 75c The membership fee on a 5000 purchase would be 1130 The membership fee on greater purchases would of course be in proportion You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For Instance on a 2500 purchase you pay 260 down In addition to the membership fee making a total of 325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance In small weekly or monthly payments When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are pur chased at our cash priceswhether special or regularyou will i more clearly see that our membership fee Is nothing in comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for tho privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB PLAN Any further information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer fully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floors BAC N SON e e INCORPORATED WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS u Phone City 3238 UpStairs Store The most extensive line of SPRING and SUMMER WOOLENS ever shown at lowest popular prices made to order We invite your inspection 425 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 4MS1ti WN14SN4641KKKN LunchYOUI IT SERVES YOU RIGHT Famous for Good 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Family Use j Cor Eighth and Oak Sts Louisvillei Ky I I I 1i1BANNINhot J II a a 1 S I 1 111111llllillllP lANNON JR flti rrtf tTrias +444l13 LAWRENCE 1 IIIIIllIlt P BANNON PIPEtCOF e j Sewer aai Calvcrt Pipe- Baeaeas PatentLidded ripe far Steam Cubits i Wan Copiatf Drain Tile YltriMea IrleXcc Tire PreeJhig Fise Ll tag Fire =rice t Grate aad Bailer Tile Gre mi Fire Clay CkinBey TepIOFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON J HOME PHONES CITY 5731786 CUMB MAIN SO7 w iwoKlhl3tka MI idr kI4M0tAV ttiM4 tOtb uf NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLDB SPRINGI twelve Days Racing Beginning Derby Day Saturday May 9and Ending on Kentucky Oaks Day Friday May 22 THE KENTUCKY DERBY AND FREE FIELD MAY 9 Debutante Stake Tuesday Bashford Manor Stakes Wednesday SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE RUN AT 230 P M HIBERNIANSil What They Have Been Doing the Pat WcekQeneral- News Notes Division 4 meets next Monday eveningDivision 3s enterprise reflectsI credit upon the entire membership The date for the annual reunto- and picnic will be announced next weekHibernian Social Clubs picture show next Wednesday at TheaterThe order is strong in Buffalo and Erie county where there are seven live divisions A juvenile division has been or ganlzed at Farlbault Minn with 100 members A club house is a club house whether it bears the labe A O H or Y M C A The Ladles Auxiliary will be In vited to participate In the annual1 County Board picnic At their last meeting sixty candl dates were Initiated into the Ladles Auxiliary at Milwaukee Division 1 held an unimportant meeting Tuesday night only routine business being transacted County Financial Secretary Tom Langan Is remarkable for the clean ness and accuracy of his reports National President James J Regan will be one of the speakers at the Barry monument unveiling exercises James Welsh of Division 2 has a reputation for never shirking his duty or a committee appointment County President John V McCarthy will represent Syracuse e Hibernians at the Norfolk conven tion There are now over 900 divisions of the Ancient Order In Ireland with a membership approaching 100000 Syracuse Hibernians are project Ing a Hibernian club centrally located and common to the divisions of the city At the last County Board meeting held at Pittsburgh donations to the home rule fund amounting to 400 were reported While In Chicago the Right Rev Monsignor Benson the noted Eng lish convert was initiated Into the major degrees Colorado Hibernians have offered to raise a regiment among thei number when President Wilso- gives the word- Preparations are being made t initiate many candidates into the nine Ladles Auxiliaries of Indian spells on May 31 The donors to the Hibernian home have earned the gratitude o- man who will be loyal to the through thick or thin Trinitybazarmarked by an attendance that taxed the capacity of the hall The Ladles Auxiliary of Milford N H celebrated their fifteenth anniversary by initiating nine new members and giving a play The Hibernians of Portsmouth N H voted unanimously to form a military company and offer their services to the United States Buffalo Hibernians are enjoying an exciting card tournament In fortyfiveThe largest gathering of Hiber nians over assembled In this country will be that In Washington when the Barry monument Is unveiled Much enthusiasm prevailed at the nightdueHibernian home which will soon be ready for dedication The Ladles Auxiliary of Rich Indiana lastSundayceiving holy communion In a body The Irish History Club composed mainly of members of the Ladles Auxiliary are doing much for the Irishhistoryschools BEAUTIFYING CATHEDRAL More than 30000000 pieces of glass will be required for the 500II mosaic panels being prepared for the ArchbishopGlennon I I I KENTUCKY DERBY TODAYI All roads lead to Churchill Downs this afternoon when the fortieth KentuckyDerbythe largest and classiest field of horses Is entered In many years i among them being Old Rosebud Hodge Ivan Gardner Bronzewlng Watermelon Bradleys Choice and others Prominent New Yorkers I will be the guests of Manager Matt Wlnn today among whom are James Butler Price McKInney Phil Dwyer Thomas Monahan Matt Corbett and I JosephTumnlty t 1 tary and same of the leading lights of Washington will be on hand to day to witness the Derby The track and stand will make a brilliant 1 picture having beeii decorated and repainted In addition to the setting out of many handsome plants and 1 ffrns and with the preeeHoe1 of the jI enoraoiiB crowd repeated iwlll pre teat a seen laEIta Ve rewembed The racing oardforrawit week aleo L l I A Slater Recommends It Most Highly 3I Kewaskum WIs August 1912 Many or tho Sisters are using Koenlrs Nerve Tonic I tried one bottle for nervousness and sleeplessness andI noticed not alone a marked Improvement In my sleep but felt much better since mostnhighly to all those subring similarly AlacoqneHelenN Dak says that Pastor Koenlgs Nerve donTonlo Is certainly an excellent Nerve from nervousness and sleeplessness buo after taking the Tonlo her nerves becam- stronger and she slept well Rev Soa Riley of Seymour Ind says he took Pastor Koenigs Nerve Toalo fo sleeplessness of which be suffered sine e I 14 years Since then he sleeps good and recommends the Tonic to all needing fIt for that purpose FREEA Valuable Book on Ner Disease and a Simple to soy addreu Poor pa alto get the medicine free Prepared by REV FATHER Koimo ol Fort Wayne hdInes1876 and sow by 1h KOENIG MED CO Chicago Ill 62 W Wee Street near Dearborn Sold by Drnfftitiat SIorbottl 6foeid Large Slxe S175 6 Battle for 9 has several attractive features among them being the Debutante Stakes on Monday for twoyearoldl fillies and the Bashford Manor Stakes on Wednesday for twoyear old colts AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Mernorabl- Events in the Catholic His tory of America By James A Rooney May 10 1888 Arrival of first three missionaries of the Sacred Heart two priests and one lay brother In the Gilbert Islands on the equator In the Pacific population 40000 of whom 16000 are Cath olics In charge of the Right Rev Joseph Leray May 11 1866t The Right Rev JohnIt Farrell first Bishop of Hamilton t Canada consecrated introduced Catholic schools founded St Jeromes College dled September 26 1873tMay 12 1884 Death at Nantucket of Charles OConor born In New York City January 22 1804 ac thro Englishnspeaking race prosecuted the beo fore the Electoral Commission In 1876 May 13 1524 Fathers Martin Val encia Juan Juarez and ten other thfe Twelve Apostles of ar invitationmof Cortez and began their work of evangelizing tlte natives May 14 1846 First Sisters of Mercy from the mother house Baggot street Dublin arrived In Now York took possession of their first convent at No 26 West Washington place on May 26 May 15 1732Father Thomas Falk ner English apothecary and sur geon and missionary among the Patagonlans for thirtysix years admitted to the Society of Jesus at Buenos Aires by Father Ma honey Superior of the Jesuit college there author of Discov eries of Patagonia born October 6 1707 died January 30 1784 May 16 1895Death at San Fran cisco of Peter Hardeman BurnetI convert received Into the church by Father De Vos June 1846 elected fIrst Catholic American Governor of California November 13 1849 though California was not admitted as a State until Sep tember 1850 author of the famous book Path Which Led a Protestant Lawyer to tho Catholic Church Copyright TWIN CITY LEAGUE Another large crowd attended the Catholic League baseball games last Sunday afternoon at Shawnee Park In spite of the poor facilities afforded by the street car company those going by way of Broadway being compelled to walk three fourth of a mile to the grounds while the people using the Market street cars are forced to make two transfers In addition to a badly disarranged schedule on account of streeet improvements the officers and directors oftpo Twin City now endeavoring to have the General Council adopt resolutions requiring I the railway company to extend Its Chestnut street line to the park via Madison street which would satisfy a long felt want Many of the city officials and others who have at tended the games for the first time are greatly Impressed with the clean and highclass ball furnished and are clUng the Twin City as a model league for the juniors and others 1 The schedule for tomorrow afternoon Is as follows Imperials vs Shamrocks on Diamond No1Bruins vs Champions on Diamond No2 Kentucky Oaks vs Mackin on Diamond No3 and Athletics vs Olympics on Diamond No 4 The standing to date fUbt Won Lost Pet Kentucky Oaks 2 0 10- 00Olymplcs2 0 0- ChalptG2 1000h fSWjnriikif Athletiaub i 0 Zq 000 1lttokb y 2 lrr Ji 2 OOtI- l MEETING I I IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges DownpatrickrI has been appointed to the Commls oleo of the Peace for County Down The IrishI National Volunteers of Ennis hold drills on fine nights of every week The strength of the corps Is over 600 BaUybay Anneosudden and unexpected inesuperfine Judge Green received white gloves at Armagh Quarter Sessions as there were no criminal cases This cares mony is general all over Ireland at presentM of Kaskey was unan Imouslyappolnted by the SlIgo County Council to the Deputy County Surveyorshlp in the room of H Blakeney resigned The death has just taken place of Mrs Power Knockalaffale Carrlck onSult mother of the Rev David Power of Glasgow and Rev Nicholas Power Irish College Romp Alderman C ONeill was unan imously elected President of the Derry Chamber of Commerce and Sir John McFarland and F Gilliland M A were elected Vice Presidents ofeMassy an estate of 180 statute acres between Galbally and Mltchelstown has been sold to a returned American named Hanly for 9000 Following the recent big fire at Earlysdraperyafire brigade has been formed with the sanction of the Clogher Rural CouncilMessrs John F Tumpane Co of Nenagh have disposed ota strip of bog land at Carrlgatoher some three miles from Nenagh at the extraordinary rate constituting a record of 2800 an acre Judge lawSmith was presented RathkealeQuartersessions there at which a similar ceremony had taken place in the absence of criminal business Margaret McGreal an aged woman who had been walking along the railway line near Knockcroghey was knocked down by a train from Dublin and Instantly killed A leg and an arm were cut off and the body was terribly multllated A crowd of over 200 tenants on the Church estate situate between Ballindlne and ilrishtown entered upon a grazing farm on the estate end began to drive off the stock but a large body of police put In an ap pearance and the attempt had to be abandoned Denis Sheehan of Toorsaleen In the parish of Dromod attained to the age of 102 years and has retained his full faculties He has a clear emancipation famine period is also vivid In his memoryThe Most Rev Dr Browne has changesInchaplain Ennlscorthy Workhouse to Tlnahely vice Rev John Busher who has resigned owing to 111 health Rev Stephen Barren recently ordained to be chaplain Ennls corthy Workhouse HOME NEXT THURSDAY Manager Haydens Colonels play Milwaukee again this afternoon and then Jump to Kansas City for a threegamo series beginning tomorrow afternoon at the end of which they jvlll leave for home opening Thursday with Milwaukee who as predicted in these columns several weeks ago are again a pennant con tender not principally because of their lineup but on account of the ginger and spirit injected Into their playing Harry Clark their leader keeping them going at top gait all the time tp which many attribute their winning of the pennant last season Much Interest is being mani fested In their appearance hero next Thursday to compare them with this seasons Colonels who are consid erably stronger than last season when they broke even with Mil waukee winning twelve games each the latter team strange to say find Ing Minneapolis their easiest picking winning fifteen out of the twenty four games played while Minne apolis beat Louisville thirteen out of twentyfive played This date a year ago Louisville was In first place while Milwaukee Was In fourth not reaching the top rung until the second week In July from which place they were never dis lodged MISSION WELL ATTENDED InIprogress this week atSt Mary a church conducted by the Rev Father Vincent Troat O F M will come to a close with beautiful and Im pressivel ceremony tomorrow night when the Slewing will be bestowed ather Weetermann the pastor la gratified over the attendance results The sermons and lee of Father Vincent have bees moBtlaairaetlye and for the people of tlUJtll1t1l1 c Ci 141 B44II4U 41 1 11 11 HERMAN STRAUS e QNS g FOURTH AVENUE AVCCFPC04TC0 MAR tT STRftT EMBROIDERY FOR- CONFIRMATION I DRESSES Beautiful Highclass 27inch Embroidery Flouncings and 22 Allover About halfofthis lot is handloom goods dainty baby flouncings plauen lace and batiste also fine Swiss with showy designs of Irish English and floral designs 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