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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. t te tie Social m4 Mersl Utikvmmii et Irish AaerksM ana1 CaAellce Officially ladoreed by Aaclent Order ol Hiberalsns, Yoanf Msa's Inxtltata and CathoMc Kalgha ot Amertcs. NTUCKV IWiaH AM1HIOAW PWINTINO CO., lorparm, PtHIHiwi INSCRIPTION PRICK, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR 8INQLB COPY DKVOTION. BuMra M lk LmKtHI P WIHm a 4-CIM rUttw. WfH aH c,aaMlitla( to tka KINTUCKY IMS 11 AMERICAN, 119-21 Waat Qnn St. LOUISVILLE, KY ..SATURDAY, MAY 30. 1914 IHKUXD'S PEACKKVIi VICTORY. After a struggle lasting lor over a century, during which her people have withstood oppression and perse cution Inflicted upon no other coun try, Ireland baa won her fight for freedom and home rule. The third passage In the House of Commons of the home rule bill gives back to Ireland the Parliament she lost through treachery, and lovers of self-government throughout the world rejoice with Ireland today. Especially In America, whose laws tah1lnh and whose political con victions uphold the principles of federation and local self-government this vlctorv for home rule will be approved aa a vlcory for Justice and for nroeress. That Is why the American public haa given lta sym pathy and moral support to the atruaale of the Irish through long years. In this hour of triumph spe cial praise and congratulation should ha riven to the leader of the Na tlonallst party, John Redmond, man of whom any party might be proud, a statesman of exceptional ability and a true patriot. What the brilliant and devoted but unhappy Parnell failed to attain, it has been fflvnn to Redmond and - his able nsnocliitea to accomplish for his cause. .Ireland Is fortunate that when her own Parliament once more looks down on College Green there will be men of the breadth and character and proved loyalty shown by Red mond and his colleagues to shape and guide the work of the reborn government. Only civil war can cheat Irish nationalism . now of vic tory, but despite the militant spirit of Carson and the Tory leaders of England it la believed that the Na tionalist doIIcv will be such as to avoid civil violence and provide guarantees to Ulster that will give Ireland lasting peace and prosperity without abating the triumph of home rule in any degree. reputation of our convent achoola that many Protestant and Jewish parenta send thelrf daughters to them, sure that the Sisters will watch over their Innocence while teaching them those studies that a gentlewoman should go through; Our convents are the abodes of virtue, grace and peace. They have Jesus in them in the Holy Eucharist. He is the bread from heaven that gives strength to the soul. He is the wine that makes virgins. Deep as the corals cradled in the sea, And deeper still is this strange mys I tery Of pure devotion whirn ensnrines my soul x And crowns thee with a thornless aureole. So like the orient star thy soul arose On mystic wlnga of light that throbs and glows, Rending the veil of darkness from . mine eyes, Revealing amethystine purities. How like the winter shall thine ab sence be! And like a broken lute thy memory Through many holy and obsequious tears I gaxe adown the vista of dark years. I saw thee last wreathed with the hellchrys. Mid tapers dying with the Jessa- mlne'a kiss; A threnody now haunts the echoing past And stills to stone my soul that stands aghast. ' O. Christ, whose blood streams through the firmament, I bend unto thy will obediently And weep beside thy tomb, death's shadowy gauze. Rabbonl, speak and fill the aching pause. Julia King. were laid for Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. D. J. HefTernan, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Stltsel, Miss Nell Mooney, Mrs. Clarence Splcer, Miss Anna May Mooney and Mra. George Murphy. COULD SPARE THEM. SENATOR BRADLEY. All Kentucky and the nation mourns the death of her brilliant Bon, William O'Connell Bradley, whose remains now repose peacefully in Frankfort. The newa of his death was a shock to the entire State, and from all sides came expressions of aorrow and regret. As Henry Wat- terson expressed it, Senator Bradley was sprung from a branch of that great line which gave to Ireland lta mightiest orator and he possessed many of the characteristics ot that extraordinary man. Certainly in persuasive powera no Kentucklan of his time could approach him before an audience of Kentuckiana. He had eloquence and humor and common aense. That he became Governor and Senator the two most coveted gifts the people have, to bestow In a State where his party waa in a woeful minority attests his genius and re sources as a party leader. Hla fidelity to hia personal associates, his political following and tits public duty were conspicuous and constant He lived through trying times and shone undimmed to the last. SISTERS IX CONVENTS. Tha Sisters In our cenvents, although tbey have given up many things, including the use of their family names, to follow their divine vocation, ars not unknown to us, aaserta the Catholic Columbian. Tbey have taken a new nam In the sister hood to Identify themselves with It. But they remain our dear daughters Just the same. They are our kin, our flesh and blood, the flowers of ths flock, the most Innocent and the most willing to make sacrifices for Christ's sake. Those who attack the Sisters in our convents attack ua, Catholic parents, Just aa If they had accused the daughters who still re main In our homes. All the world knowa that , Catholics love holy purity better than any other people on earth. Official statistics prove It. Dally experience shows It. The hun dreds of thousands ot girls and . young women who are being edu cated In convent academies come Into close contact -with the Sisters, see their lives familiarly, and know them Intimately by word and deed. What la the result? The girls lova their teachers and look up to them aa visible guardian angels. When they grow up, get married and have daughters ot their own, they are eager to put their darlings Into the safe care of the Sisters and give theui the benefit ot a training In the Christian Ufa such aa tbey them selves received. Isn't that troeT Isn't that proof of what Uvea the 1' '.Liters lead? Moreover, such Is the Rev. J. S. Lyons, one of our local ministers, delivered a bitter tirade In the Presbyterian Assembly the other day on what he termed waa "the pernicious activity of the Roman Catholic church in politics." This is pretty good, coming from one who has always been quick to air his views and opinions In the different local political campaigns, and to the outside layman certainly appeared like "pernicious political activity" on Dr. Lyons' part, but men of hia type and Minister M. P. Hunt drop their pretenae of Christian principles when an opportunity la given to create feeling and antagonism against the people of Catholic faith. CHEER OU) C.MMtY. In Baltimore they are making great preparations for the centennial celebration of the Star Spangled Banner. It is significant that the "English led" and "English ruled" press of our country Is silent about the event. They are devoting col umns to the Anglo-American peace centenary, but nary a word , about the other and more important affair. Let all Americans bestir themselves. See to it that Star Spangled Banner week, beginning September 6, will be a patriotic demonstration second to none held in the United States. AXY OLD EXCUSE. The entire crop of A. P. A, organs. like the Menace, Peril, American Citizen, Yellow Jacket and Watson's Magazine, are unanimoua in declar ing that the Mexican trouble is hatched by the Jesuits, which is the preliminary excuse for their chief supporters, the Junior Order, not to go to the front in case of trouble, but this is not surprising to the gen eral public, who know the Juniors aa leading defenders of the flag in times of peace. CO; SOCIETY. CKK8XKKKKK8000 Miss Anna Mueller and Edward Aulbach will be married early in June. Mra. Frank McCabe haa returned from a visit to Mrs. J. J. McCabe at Springfield. Mrs. Henry Sullivan, of South Louisville, went to Munfordville to spend a week. Miss Margaret Giles spent the past week at Russellvllle as the guest of Miss Mary Ryan. Dan Lyons arrived last week from Chicago to visit hia mother, Mrs, Lyons, in Clifton. Miaa Serena Bianford haa returned from Springfield, accompanied by Miss Mary Gleason, whom ahe vis ited. Miss Honor Murphy, of the High lands, has been entertaining aa her guest Miss Mary Curry, of Kansas City. Mrs. Anna Moore haa been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward O'Con nell at Highland Park for several weeks. Mr. and Mra. J. C. Murphy, of the Highlands, left last week for an ex tended visit to friends In Detroit and Toronto. Mra. Ellen Carey has been enter taining aa guests Mrs. Marjorie Carey and children, of Lebanon Junction. S. J. Kane, C. J. Thoben and H. O. Sullivan, ail ot Juouisviile, were among last week's arrivals in New York City. W. S. Fitzgerald, of Danville, was here to spend several days with his daughter, Mra. R. I Shirley, in Deer Park. Miaa Ruth Slack, of Parkview, has gone to Owensboro to spend the sum mer with her grandmother, Mra. Ella Paine Slack. SAFE GAMBLING. The only safe way to bet, and for which you will not be indicted, is to wager that the reckless automoblllst who murdera will go acot free. Before the Presbyterian Educa tional Conference, in session at Kansas City, the Rev. ,T. S. Clyce President of Austin College at Sher man, Texaa, branded Andrew Carnegie aa an atheist who controla the educational system In the United States, and declared that "State Institutions which say they are sorry they can not teach religion in the class rooms are alavea of tba almighty dollar," This Is but an other convincing argument for Cath olic education, which teaches lova for God and country and the moral life. The True Voice notea that four yeara ago Italy undertook to hold great International expoaition. Ernesto Nathan waa permitted to advertise it aa an anti-Catholic institution and to use it aa an occa sion tor making insulting speeches against the venerable Father ot Christendom. Catholics stayed away from Rome that year and the expoai tion waa a flat failure. The man agers of the San Francisco expoaition next year are lnvitlug a similar experience. It will not be Nathan's fault if they escape failure. Tba movement, Instituted by the Knights of Columbus of Kentucky, the sending of missionaries Into communities where Catholics are few to preach the goapel of Chrlat and xplaln the doctrinea of the church, aa attracted widespread attention and commendation. This Is a great work, and the Knights of other Statea are being urged to follow the example of their Kentucky brethren. There la still another week of Easter time. Let It not paaa by with out you having received the sacra ment that may prove your saving tud eternal bapplneaa. Mra. Alma Johnson, of Chicago, wife of Dr. Carl Johnson, Is here for a visit to her parenta, Mr. and Mra. James Of. Ames. Mra. D. J. HefTernan entertained Tuesday evening in honor of the Brunette Social Club at her borne 2619 WeBt Chestnut street. Mr. and Mra. J. B. Watben, Jr., left Wednesday for Indtanapolia to attend the automobile races and be the guests of Mr. and Mra. E. K Shepherd. Mra. Charlea E. Cooney and daugh ter, after a visit to Mra. Cooney 'a parenta, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wathen, Sr., left Wednesday for their home in Syracuse, N. Y. Miss Jane Rufh Reias, whose marriage to Joseph. "!. Kraemer will take place the middle of June, is being quite extensively entertained at receptiona and ehowera. Mr. and Mra. George J. Ecker an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Miaa Catherine Genevieve Ecker, to George C. Murphy. Their marriage will take place In July at St. Joseph'a church. Mr. and Mrs. Martin B. Hussey, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss May Agatha Hussey, to Thomaa M. O Meara. The wed ding will be solemnized June 10 at St. George'a church. The marriage of Miss Adeline Bertha Hurley to Frank Nadorff will take place next Tuesday morning at St. Peter'a church, with a nuptial mana at 9 o'clock. Mine Josephine Adams will be bridesmaid and Ed ward Nadorff, a cousin of the groom, will art aa best man. After the ceremony there will be a wedding reception at the home of the bride'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hur ley, of 1162 South Eighteenth street. The young couple will go to housekeeping at 322 North Elgh teenth street. , FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Xtragood Vaudeville AND Free Concerts by Natiello's Band The Big Sanitary Swim ming Pool opens June 6. Reserved seats oo sale at T P. Taylor Drug Co. No 3, Fourth near Walnnt GRANDFATHER. Since last Friday William M Higglns, of the Kentucky Irish American, has been informing his friends of the new honor that has befallen him. On that day hia daughter-in-law, Mra. Mary Hagan Higglns, of Mobile, presented her husband, Walter M. Higglns, with fine son, whom the grandparents hope- to soon see in Louisville. HOSPITAL BENEFIT. The iSts. Mary and Elizabeth Hos pital Sewing Society and the friends of that Institution arranged for series of attractive entertainments to be given at the hospital on the after noons and evenlnga of Wednesday and Thursday, June 3 and 4. These entertainments will be in keeping with the former ones given at the institution. - There will be euchre and lotto games atid also a luncheon COMMENCEMENT. Invitations are being issued by the Sisters of the Presentation Academy for the annual commenceemnt exer cises, which will be held In the academy hall, Fourth and Breckin ridge, on Monday morning, June IS I ne Presentation Academy com menceemnt la one of the most enter taining of our many educational In stitutions and always attracts notable gathering. CENTRAL CITY WEDDING. The Very Rev. James P. Croain V. G., paBtor of St. Patrick's church went to Central City laBt Monday where, he officiated at the marriage of hia niece, Miss Mary Curley, well known and popular Louisville girl, and Leo Murphy. Immediately after the ceremony the bride and groom left on a honeymoon trip fo Chicago. GIVEN BIG VERDICT. In Judge Lincoln's court the jury awarded Joe W. Simmons, who waa represented by Attorney J. J. Kav- anagh, a verdict for $10,375 for the loss of hla left hand. Buffered by the breaking of a machine while in the employ of L. R. Veatch & Co. NAZARETH. The annual reunion of the Alum nae Association of Nazareth Acad emy will be held at Nazareth on Wednesday, June 17, and will bring there many prominent women from this and other Statea. The academic commenceemnt will take place on the day following, June 18. TO WINDY CITY. Leo F. Osterman will leave tomor row night for Chicago, where he will make hia headquarters aa the travel ing representative of a large manu facturlng plant, and although loath to see him go hia many local friends wish him success and prosperity in rls new location. OUTING AND PICNIC. The' congregation of St. Patrick's church, Thirteenth and Market, are doing great work for their all-day picnic and outing, to be held at Phoenix Hill Park on June 16. Many attractions will be featured and for 11 there will be amusement in plenty. SISTER MARY LEWIS. Sister Mary Lewis, of Nazareth, was a visitor in Jeffersonvllle for a few daya last week, the guest ot her aister, Mrs. A. S. Banka. TRIP TO FATHERLAND. Alderman Fred Schwenker leavea tomorrow for hia 'ateenth trip to Germany, Bailing from New York next Tuesday on the steamer Kaiser Wllhelm II. Fred' ha become ao regular in hla trips to the old coun try that hla frienda over the Rhine look for him every year with the coming of spring. MEMORIAL SERVICES. miss Mae Adams Lincoln gave a delightful tea Monday afternoon at the home of her parenta. Judge Walter P. Lincoln and Mra. Lincoln, In Garvin place, in honor of the senior clasa of the Kentucky Home School. Invitations are being issued an nouncing the marriage of Miaa Ger trude Antoinette Vettneman, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Veene- man, to Nicholaa J. Hubbuch, the raarlage to take place at St. John's church on Thursday morning, June II. KINULK WOMEN. Only 19 5 per cent, of the women lu this country over tweuty-one years at -tge are single. Mesdamea Charlea Thlxton, John Thlxton and Harry Tbixton; Missus Mary Ellen Tbixton, Ruth Thlxton and Effie Thlxton, aud Messrs. N'or bert Tbixton, Allison Thlxton and Frank Thlxton bave returned from Owensboro. where tbey were called by the death of John Thlxton, Sr. Mr. and Mra. Duke Ketteringham entertained Sunday evening at their home, 2&1S West Walnut, with a buffet supper tn honor uf Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Diguaa, a bride and groom of the past month. Covers The Very Rev. John S. Chldwlck, rector of Dunwoodle Seminary, New York, and former chaplain ot the' Ill fated battleship Maine, haa accepted the Invitation of the Army and Navy Union to preach on the occasion of the memorial services at League Island on Sunday, May SI. RIVERVIEW lulirlllt'i Braat AMHmsat Park OPEN FOR THE SEASON AFTEMOOH ADMISSION UK Free Open Air Musicals Guzzardi's Orchestra High Class Vaudeville Sinters Mr. Dlefanbach ia again in charge of the "Spotless Kitchea. Night admission five cents; children accompanied by parents free. CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR HOTTO 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; PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season. NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FO Picnic , Socials, Outings. This beautiful Fark haa been greatly Improved and ia furnished with perfect equipment throughout. Societies ad parties shonld consult the management of rnoenlx Mill before closing contracts iARRY DECKER, Asslstaat Manajet SIMPLY CHARMING AND 80 VERY CHEAP iqn MILES FOR icn IwU 50 CENTS luU On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One ot the above steamers leavea the Wharf boat, foot of Third street, every Sunday at 9 a. m., goes about seventy-five miles up the beautiful Ohio, where she meets the return boat, arriving home about 7 p. m. ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c KNIGHTS OF COLUBIS. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else- , where. Chicago now haa a St. Patrick' Council, Just instituted. A clasa of seventy-two became members last week at Tiffin, Ohio. Last Sunday big initiations were held at Bedford and Elkhart, Ind A large class will be received into the order on June 14 at Emmets- burg, Neb. Last Sunday a class of seventy. five received the three degrees at Evansvllle, Ind. It la expected that a clasa of 150 will receive the fourth degree tomor row at Indianapolis. Knlghta from all the provincea to the number of 350 were present to Institute the new council at Medicine Hat, Canada. Roxbury, Cambridge and Boston Mas8., will have new homes, having been granted permission to Incor porate for that purpose. Wisconsin Knights at their State convention appropriated $500 for maintaining a chaplain for Catholic boys at the Industrial School at Waukesha. Preceding the Colorado State con vention at Boulder, openel last Mon day, there waa a great Initiation on Sunday, when the three degreea were exemplified. Ohio Knlghta will again bold their annual summer outing at Cedar Point during the week of August 23. Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, Penn sylvania ants. New York will be rep resented. Among those who received the fourth degree at Omaha were Right Rev. James A. Duffy, BUhop ot Kearney, and twenty priests from Nebraska and Iowa. The honors were conferred on a class of 169. EMBER WEEK. BISHOP WARD. Right Rev. John Ward, Bishop of Leavenworth, waa fifty-seven yeara old last Saturday. I'nder hla ad ministration there haa bueu much Next week 4s Ember week, and hence Wednesday, Friday and Satur day are daya of fast and abstinence. This is also the last week for com pllance with the Easter duty, which must be made by Trinity Sunday June 7. OOXGIIATVLATIOXH. Maurice Francis Egan, United Satea Minister to Denmark, now home for a visit, waa last Sunday activity and progress in the diocese, sixty-two years old. From frienda the number of churches atantly increased. FlItHT MASH. being con- all over the country and many , abroad he received messagea of con gratulation Mass will be ce'ebrated for the first time in the new Pro-Cathedral of St. Mary, Minneapolis, on Pente cost Sunday, May SI, the sixth an niversary of the date of the laying of the cornerstone. The formal dedi cation of the edifice will take place In the fall. WILL ENDOW BOOM. ACCREDITED. St. John's Cathedral High School, Milwaukee, baa been accredited to the Wisconsin State University at Madison. Professors ot the State University recently made a thorough inspection of the Cathedral Hiab The King's Daughters" Hospital at Shelbyville will have a Catholla en dowed room. Miaa Mary Mead and William Mead will furnish It CHAPLAIN'S AT FRONT. One-fourth of the quota of the Catholic chaplains of the United States army Is Just now on the Mexican border. ARCHBISHOP IRELAND. On July 31 next the Moat Rev. Jobn Ireland will have completed School and reported most favorably thirty-one years aa Archbishop of na naiierinaiy to tne tstate L'ni- St. Paul, years that nave neen rruit- versity Bourd. with the result as.ful for Minnesota and the great referred to above. Northwest. I For ' ' YoUur' ' imit Wiiil5H I WANT YOUR TRADE. 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