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I f 1 j- i NTY IRISH AMERICAN VOLuME XXVINO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 29 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS HOME RULE nd Gets Another Boost English House ot Commons Members Amendment seremonlously Defeated on Monday i Several Speeches Made by Lead ors ot All Parties in the Debate NOW PASSING POLITICAL CRISIS I The climax In the light for home rule for Ireland came in the British House of Commons on Monday night when an antihomo rule amendment was defeated by a vote of 284 tot 190 Since Easter the attendance had been lax but during the latter part of last week tho whips on either side got busy and the attendance on Monday was unusually large The House of Commons sat very lato in the night and when all were worn and weary the decisive moment came John B Landsdale Unionist mem ber for MId Vrmngh proposed an amendment to exclude any bill to establish a separate Parliament for Ireland The division on this amendment showed no cross voting but a few Liberals Including Nell Primrose youngest son of the Earl of Rosebery obtained from voting Premier Asqul and Home Secretary Churchill during tho de bate reiterated the Governments Intention to proceed with the bill for tho reform of tho House of Lords during the lifetime of the present ParliamentIn his amendment Mr Lansdale declared that be wanted to see tho question of home rule en tirely eliminated from the controversy over the reform of the House of Lords He said the Gov ernment was at tho mercy of the Nationalists whose object was to smash the constitution In order to dismember the Empire by driving Iroland Into national Independence Ho was followed by James Ramsay MacDonald Socialist and labor leader from Leicester Mr Ma- cDonaidat once took the field In sUp perto 11ie Iisrs Nationalists and In11feyco of hs marcon++ 4ended thatlho Laborites were fully in accord with the Irish in their do mands for home ruls He believed that the projecVed treaty of peace j with the United States has been made possible by the promise i home rule for Ireland- A ofII J Balfour leader of the opposi tion took his stand for the Lans I dale amendment He said the Gov ernment had hidden home rule in the back ground during the elections and now hlvang surreptitiously at I tained power they intended to force home rule down tho throats of the people Duncan Vernon PJrle the Liberal devolutionist from Aberdeen moved an amendment to the amend ment exempting the establishment of 4an Irish Parliament unless legislatures woro granted Scotlan- and Wales Premier Asquith announced that the Government was unswerving iin its opinion that the people had returned the Liberal party to power with full knowledge that Ireland would be given homo rule Mr Pirie withdrew his amendment to the amendment and tho vote In the defeat of Mr amendment by a vote of 284 to 139 Although the politics of the coun try are passing through a revolu tionary crisis the country remains steady in its attitude df complete t apathy No appeals however pas sionate in the all night sittings seem to have the least poiwer of making anyones pulse beat faster There have been some slight personal col lisions but tho honest chroniclersI confess that never did a resolution go to Its predestlnued end amid popular tranquility The regardedbyl mence assistance to tho Irish cause NEW OPERA Mackin Councils ChoralI j ChancejIn The Campus Mackin Council Choral Club willt produce The Campus the latest operatic production of Aulyn E Kanston next month The exact date will be announced later Tho Campus Is purely modern in char acter combining music and comedy Intermingled with pretty stage pic tures and effects through the In tricacies of which the thread of a melodramatic plot winds Its Way to a romantic end The author has attempted and his friends say he has succeeded to present to the patrons of Mackin Council that type of musi appealfavorably the BO publicAn th Choral Club bftcome8 morevBtroEgly oowrlMd that The Caws will rarpMM ill of titachievement s Tbo Vtty being a eoadepUsB of eel toge Iff tfordir abundant opportu nity for the introduction of elie n- i f et cialties and novelties of which Mr Kanston has not failed to take ad I vantage There will bo 100 people In tho cast and chorus and all the costumes will bo bizarre and turesque peI Tho loading roles will bo taken bY1 Misses Hattie E Hoffman Abbie Chester and Lanna Long and Messrs Thomas D Clines Patrick 0 King George A Klotfer Aulyn E Kanston and Louis J Ktoffor The Choral Club is glad to secure tho services again of Miss Hattlo E J Hoffman who was prevented from appearing last year on account of ill health George A Kieffer after four years of service in the chorus will succeed Mr Charles Parsons in tho cast and is expected to make good in his now role SOUND ADVICE Bishop of Pitts burg Urges More Effective Work I Common The Right Rev Regis Canevin Bishop of Plftsburg is very much In favor of Catholic Federation In one of his recent utterances the Bishop said The Federation should endeavor to extend Its work of popularedu cation on social and economic subIjocts Tho working people that Isll the poorer classes of this country feel that they are engaged In a great I struggle for their rights and the Iwaitingj I and for help and guidance from theII Catholic forces of the Federation IIII They are being slowly alienated and turned into enemies of tho church I I by the leaders of athonlsm and I I Socialism who taunt tne Christian workmen with tho indifference of tho clergy and tho apathy of edu cated and influential Catholics to their condition and to their j for Justice and fair play demandsII J name of Socialism are things that are entirely I desirable and somo that are alto gether false and pernicious We must not leave the discussion of 11 these questions among tho tollers J exclusively to tho enemies of rollgj ion It IS for Catholics says Leo XIII to take the initiative in all true social progress to show them selves the steadfast defenders anllI enlightened counselors of the weak jII and defenseless to be the cham IIjusticeIII So this Federation should In all its branches be a school to teach and disseminate true Christian prin ciples of the justice of private proji onty and tho reciprocal duties LndI rights of labor and capital and to a1satructlmonhawto solve th other great social problems which concern us as Catholics and citizens of this republic I CARKOLLTON Gala Day And Initiation For Young Mens Institute iLast Sunday was a gala day for the Young Mens Institute at Car rollton when they Initiated a clays of ten new members Carrollton may not have the largest council In Kentucky but it certainly has ono of tho best and with the present I indcrease for tho year In the morning all the members and the now candl dates approached holy communion in a body and In the afternoon tho 1the1 gree team from Ixmisvllle put on the degree work and were highly comIj fittingsmanner in which it was done St George Council is now engaged In equipping its now quarters which It will occupy within the next month As i soon as the work Is done the now quarters will be handsomely furnished throughout when the YI i I M I will have the best club In that part of tho State Whose present on the degree team wero Dr J A Casper Phil J Sandmann Irvlugton Earl and Robert T Burke DEADdCol Michael McDonald Muldoon ono ot Louisvilles most substantial citizens died at his home 1016 Cherokee road at 11 oclock on Wednesday morning Col was pevontyfive years old MuldoonII been in ill health for several but his death was not expected Col Muldoon was born In tho County Cavan Ireland In 1836 There he learned the stonecuttlng business Before he had attained his majority ho came to Louisville and settled tore He became rfn expert monument builder and the entire country Is dotted with his works Louisville loses an ablo and public spurted citizen In the passing of Col Muldoon His daughters who were his pride have the sincere sympathy of the people in their grief His funeral took place from the family residence yesterday morn lag ITALYS FIASCO- s I That Rome Exposition must be a great fiasco when the New York Bun In a fivecolumn article on the cities to visit in Europe this summer ands published la its faster Sunday edl lion mfkkeBnO enUontof either tk i Btern l City or the celebratloB which lit being held there this year The Ronie oorreapondeata are also aBtbolshingly sileat apes the wto Jjest ant i r o i MAMMOTH i Demonstration in Honor ol In mates of St Josephs I Asylum Military Escort and Band Provided FOrthe Annual Parade Solemn Services at St Bonifac- will Be Followed by Banquet jj ORPHAN CHILDREN CARED FOR The annual spring demonstration In honor of the orphans of St I Josephs Asylum will be held ow the II afternoon of Sunday May 7 It demonlstratlonl individuals and societies aremanyIIIII terested in making the little ones feel happy on the coming occasion bt Josephs Asylum la one of the best kept institutions iJn State and reflects credit on the Ithe Catholic men who form theII society that maintain it The little ones are well fed well dressed andI well shod They have a general air I lor health and happiness that Is i I lacking in some other orphan asylums On May 7 the girls will be dressed in gay colors and I thoII boys in dark trousers and I blouses The children will be brought from tho asylum at Crescent Illll 1n largo c1nibuses to St Josephs I I church Webster and Washington streets where a military escort will iho provided I A squadron of mounted police will head the parade Following tho police will be i military band Tim DoniIII Following these will bo the Knights of St John Col Joseph Breon andr I I r staff leading the way The following convmanderles will be out in full EdwardsIdaces St James and Holy Trinity Behind the Knights of St John will march the Uniform hank II WlthlGenI 1 iI ryarlousIr St Josephs church at 1 oclock sharp where the marshals will assign their respectlvo positions When tho or phans In vans arrive the march will begin The route will be as follows West on Washington street to Shelby south to Broadway west toIt Jackson north to Green street and thence into St Boniface church The members of St Josephs Orphans Society from the various parishes will assemble at St Boniface church at 2 oclock and will rest in open order while the orphans and their thrpughSolemn and benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament will be followed by the To Deum As soon as the re ligious ceremonies are over the or phans and their military escort will 18t1 socletIthedemonstration promises to be very large and the streets along the route of parade promise to b crowded with interested spectators i All that is necessary to complete success is fair weather St Josephs Orphans Society 1is organizations I branchhItsI members are made up ot poor menI I os well as of leading business andIII professional men fTho work of the businesslines tthatI as theirhomesown and mental training and when they go out into tho world they make good ClemonWiegandI moats for the demonstration BOSTO- NNationalConference of StI Vincent de Paul Society The St Voncent de Paul Society will hold a National Conference iin Boston Mass beginning Sunday II daysEverYclty I l 1 that has a conference of the society will bo invited to send delegates 1 I On the opening day solemn Fig mass will be celebrated at the Cathedral of Boston The sermon nevlDUchaelI evening e wipe day there will be s mass meet ling at one ot the Boston theaters yMobbiby lrueeei Dw4ghl President of the Conference of Boston Get Monday Jane f the delegateS- will attend mae reeeke holy eota mualoaMdatrrMeekHt 930 oclock until 1230 There bo a second business session WI11II 8 oclock until 10 In the Similar sessions will bo hold on Tuesday June 6 The final session will bo held on June 7 and the ex ercises will close about 1 oclock in tho afternoon All tHe details have not been arrangedCECILI4N S- Will Give Opera For Bene fit for federated Societies choirsehave always been noted for the gen eral excellence of their voices and many of Louisvilles leading vocalists received their early training there The Occlllan Choral iCliib was ro crulted entirely from Various choirs I of the city three years ago and has since been a source of great benefit both to its members and to local charities It has no dues or re strictions any Catholic being eligible comIand some well known opera produced The past two seasons Clement A Stapleford recognized as one of Louisvilles most finished instructors has been the dlrectorand under his thorough handling the voices have been brought out and so much im 1 provement shown thaw tho present cast and chorus which1w11l present Althea at liacauleys Theater Mayt I 8 and 9 challenges ccomparison t dividual or collectively i with anytt IhasII- I h I and the entire proceeds otlevery per someII are endeavoring those uro the 1912 National conVentfon fo Louisville which will bp an oveSqpf Cataollc 1 Importance and could aKevvory lit t thisI1 I thls voluntarily offerggjfiu services and submitted a proBoaltipn to the I Federation to turn ojrJMj the entire receipts from the performances of Althea which was ttiejjBln prepara I tion and not asklng t Federated 1 IISocletles to assume re slbU1ty forJone penny The offer aa gratefully reIhearslng1l1most Ifto1 vlous work The Plrates of Penzance the friends I and of the titI I Federatlon are sure tQ jlljr o their i assistance by attending1 the per formance Inlarge nuifcera H 1 Such experIenced rt sari II t1Jted1 nieeuForstiLAdpI4ldoLloetttand411 C Barr John J IFlynn William t Imorde and Dave Maloney who com prise the cast need no introduction to local audiences I Tho music of Althea affords I cboruslandI I this important branch is certain to 1 be a feature The scenes and acters are of Greek and charIII j types and munierous artistic aro introduced Miss Blanche Mitchell being the Instructor J WINN WINS WIFE Miss Mary Margaret Quill and John Wlnn were united in the holy 1 bonds of matrimony at St Johns I church at 3 oclock on Wednesday afternoon Tho Rev Dr George WISchuhmann performed tho ceremony MIIss Virginia McGrath was the maid of honor and i11 William J COnnelly supported the groom through the thecontroctIlingI Ithe ceremonies Were in progress Ia There Were also many admirers of handeto see how be would conduct himself I under a fire of feminine eyes RECENT DEATHS Mrs Margaret Drawn died at her home 1227 South Seventh street I WednesdayDeath latter a brief Illness Tho remains were removed to the home of her brotherinlaw John McDermott I 2645 Bank street where they will repose until tho funeral this morn ling Requiem mass will be cele brated at St Louis Bortrand church Mrs Brown was highly esteemed 1- nstho community in which she lived t I Tho sympathy of ninny friends Is accorded Mrs Mantle limes over the death of her husband Martin C Hines wlio died at the family res Idenco 129 North Fourth street early Sunday morning On the previous Wednesday his brother Michael J Hines died A few days before his fatherinlaw Joseph Bergamlnl died Besides his wife tho deceased is survived toy two sisters Mrs V J OBrien and Mrs I Bridget Fitzgerald and his mother Mrs Mary Hines The funeral too place from St Michaels church o- i Tuesday morning and was largely attended MonohanhEnd died at Sta Mary and WestII1 mornlng1I1 i ed Several brothers and sisters I survive her After hot death thet remains were removed to the family reslednce U08West Chestnut street where they duntll- s 1 Tuesday morning when the tuner adl took plane from the Cathedral o the AjMUMptioi TOe large crowd In atteodftBM mt the requiem BUM at testd the eUtwhfe wloli she wasI reid II- n Q ROYAL MEATH Was the Ancient Homo of Ire lands Clilet Monarchs For Centuriesf Beautiful Plain Is Watered b3J Numerous Lnkes sued Streams St Patrick Lighted the First Pnschal Fire on Hill of Skreen HAS MANY VERY NOTED RUTS The County Meath was once called Royal Meath It was tho central I province of Ireland and the dwelling place of the Ard Highs or superior toLough I and a half miles long Its greatest breadth from the Yellow river to Ballyhoo lake is thirtynine and a half miles It hlsan area of 906J square miles and a population of about 87000vThe county is nearly all level al though there Is a range of hills InII the northwest and one of these hills Carhano is 904 feet above sea level On the summits of these hills is an ancient pagan cemetery con lIsting of a most remarkable group sepulchralIrespects resembling the great cemetery at Bruga of the Boyne In the barony of Lower Kells at the north end of the county there are hills rising to thQ height of 835 feet The Hill of Ward near Athboy though only 390 feet hight Is locally very remarkablenMeath has a coast lino of seven miles from the mouth of the Dolvln river to tho mouth of Ute Boyne It is nearly straight and there is a tine sandy strand rife whole way backed by and hills The Boyne river coming from Kings county and Ktldare first touches Meath at the mouth of the Yellow river at tho southwest corner it then forms too boundary line between Meath and Kildaro for eight miles From there flows through Meath passing by Trim Navan and Slane until it meets the Mattock river at Old Bridge Tributary to the Boyne in I 1J Meath are the Blackwater theII Moynalty the Cross Water the M ttdclc the Dovlins thoTrombleJ town tho Dee the Nabbor tho Nanny Water tho Talka and tho j Rye Water Besides these flowing there beautiful ISlakesII Trim the asalzc city of Meath IsII a town of great antiquity with many I ImportanceIestablishments chief among thorn 1 being the Yellow Steeple Trim Jmp a population of 1600 I ayanwhichII is situated at the junction of tho Boyno and Blackwater is a good trading town Hells on tho DlackC1 wafer is another very ancient townC and has a number of very ancient ecII j cleslastical ruins among them a round tower a Celtic cross and atstoneroofed oratory called St Columbs House The town grow around a monastery founded by fiti I i Columbklllo In the sixth contury I Duleok a little town in the eastern part of the county and located on the banks of tho Nanny Water was place of groat Importance in oldenIII times An abbey was founded In the fifth century by St Clanan orI Keenan its first Bishop which continued to flourish for many ages and the placenaw cOntalnsthe ruins I of a monastery I The present county of Meath fprmed a part of the ancient kingdom of the same name Tara tho ancient residence of the Kings is situated six miles from Navan In ancient times the chief ecclesiastical centers of Meath wore Bectlve on the Boyne whore there is a beauti ful ruin Danshoughlln in the southeast of tho county whore Stt Sechnall a nophew of St Patrick founded an abbey In the fifth century Shano with Us fine ruins of an and hermitage of St Ere the stlPatrickj 1 j in tho year 433 and Cionard on theI Boyne where St FJnnlan established his great school in the sixth century Not a vestige of the school now re mains DEATH CALLED And Soul of W G Kennedy Took Plight Into Eternityn St Brlglds church was crowded Monday morning on the occasion of the funeral of William G Kennedy who died at the home of his sister Mrs Joseph L Otte 1130 Bards town road on Saturday morning Mr Kennedy had been 111 two months and suffered from stomach trouble He was engaged In the plumbing trade and was highly esteemed by all who toaew him The deceased was twentyfive years old anil was a nathve of Louisville and the son of lateJohntKennedy ffieisaunivedbyhiswlfe who was formerly yUM E11a Holt mgp MB mother Mre Margaret KMttWyi coca sister bitty Joeepbi L Otte and tour brothers the Rev Father Emmet Kennedy ot Mobile Ala Joseph Kennedy of the United States Navy now stationed at Indianapolis and Henry and Edward Kennedy of Louisville I The Rev Father Kennedy arrived home from the South a tow hours bo celeIbrntedI I I His young wife and hisII mourning brothers sisters mother have the deepest sympathy of friends In their grief BIG EUCHRE Will Be Pitting Finale for St Charles Great Bazar The closing event of the successful j and interesting bazar held this week at Liedorkranz Hall by the members of St Charles Borromcb church will consist of a great euchre on the afternoon and evening of Mon gamewillthe evening session shanply at 8 oclock Thirty beautiful prizes winners1narticles will be given to the best players in the evening The bazar proper will close tonight at 10 clock All children will be wel comed this afternoon and a largo pl of penny articles will bo pro ided for them The attendance and Interest displayed in the bazar has been most encouraging All who have attend ed the affair are loud in their praises of the beautiful decorations the varied and valuable nature of the articles on sale and the smooth and delightful conduct of the various features The supplies are still so abundant in the different booths that the Executive Committee extends a special Invitation to everybody to bo preesnt tonight to snail of the closing bargains opportunities BELFAST LEADS When It Comes to Large Docks and Big Ships The largest graving dock in the world and the largest steamship in tho world are at Belfast Ireland This Ina fair record for that city of maritime eminence The graving dock however which has just been ifnlshedatajcoatQtir760000 aur passes dnrachlovement lnJSocKI construction ever attempted It iis 850 feet long 887 feet with the caisson gate on and 100 feet wide O that the 45000 ton White StaT liners Olympic and Titanic fit into it very neatly with a fair margin to spareOne of those leviathans the Titanic Is in tho big dock at th I present moment twins touched up by an army of workmen for her final christening in the oceangoing serv ice She is floating in about 23000000 gallons of water which could be emptied from this monster dock in the brief time of one hour and forty minutes Three huge en gines with a combined energy of 3000 horsepower make this pos sible and a new principle of hydraulic machinery allows theI Caisson gates to be opened or closedl in less than four minutes The dock has been seven years f building and would have been finished two or threo years ago but foc nearbyItion rests on land reclaimed from the sea by the municipal workmen of tho Belfast Harbor Board The formal ceremony of opening the now graving dock will not tako place until after the coronation andl the occasion is big enough to justify the popular expectation there that tloTuo member of tho royal family will perform the ceremony I CELEBRATED GREAT DAYII Tho members of the Sodality of St Philomena celebrated the sixtieth i anniversary of that society with solemn religious ceremonies at 730 oclock last Sunday morning at St Bonlfaco church The sodality Is made up of young ladles who are constantly working for tho benefit of the church During the mass they received holy communion In tho afternoon they attended solemn vespers and benediction After vespers the Very Rev Father P M J Rock rector of the Cathedral preached a sermon in which ho dwelt on the fact that tho Catholic church had always been tho cham plon of womanhood and tho pro tetfpr of tho tmllYII CALICO HOP I Everything Iis in readiness for the calico hop to be given by the Ladies Auxiliary ol the A O H next Monday night May 1 Tho even I will bo held in Schreibers spacious hall Twentysixth and Bank streetss The reports of the various commit tees assure a good timo to all who attend Tho ladies who are taking part are Mrs James D Bennett I Chairman Miss Julia May Hesslon Secretary Mlw Ella Scally Treas urer Misses Mary Butler Nelllo Klng1EUaLlllle Callahan3 and Mesdames Iiold AnabiohyDanlel J Dougherty Margaret Foley III 4 APPEALS To Manliness ot Boys to Avert Possible Losses andILite Fire Chief Lelmn Believes Most YoutiSstergjYIe1dto Kindness False Alarms Frequently Result in Injury and Also Death SHOULD HAVE SALUTARY EFFECT Major Tim Lehan Louisvilles Fire Chief has Issued a card to the boys ot Louisville and their parents anent the sending in of false fire alarms Instead df blustering swear ing and calling on the police to ar rest the boys Chief Lehan appeals to the manliness of the youngsters No doubt ho will achieve better results than if ho used harsher methods The boys know little and think less of the harm they might do Chief Lehan gives them a tow lessons that are worth while Every parent In Louisville would do well to read his advice to boys The card in full is as follows MTo the Boys and Parents of Louis ville During the past tow months the fire department has been forced to make long runs ns the result of boyish pranks It Is so easy to break the little glass covering on the boxes and turn in the alarm that some of the boys have resorted to this thing to have some fun I realize that every healthy boy and for that mat ter everyone likes to see tho fire horses as they dash to the fire and bring the heavy apparatus clattering behind them but the boy who forces 1 the department to make a run only because ho wants to play a joke is not acting on tho square All boys know that the fellow who is not on tho square is not worth much so- L want to talk this matter over with you When you send in one of these falsq alarms you have your fun it is true You can not only have the pleasure of seeing a firerun but you feel that you have putt ono over dn thatgsport us con lFycfictlmucnUOU loome t lfrodepalt n nf the horses and yourselves a great Injustice While we are out on a run the rest of the city has Inferior protection and your home and the lives of your friends and neighbors are in greater danger Then another thing the horses have enough to do with unnecese sarily run costs the city a great deal of money While we are lout on one of those fake calls ahorso may be hurt or one of the firemen may be killed and surely the blame rests upon those who were respon sible for tho false call These are the things I want iriy young friends to think about the next time any of your aorpan Ions want you to take part atIsay No I wont do it for It is n square In this way you wllrtyj ti b6yinwill respect you I have the cam love for tho youngsters and always pleased to show then about the fire houses I trust the the parents of Louisville will con elder this matter and show their boy that my position Is right If we cat stop this thing in a nice friondl manner It will bo so much torte than making arrests BLESSING Of Coronerstone of St Augustine Church Set For Tomorrow The cornerstone of the new Church of St Augustine Thirteenth and Broadway will bo blessed at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon and with all the Imposing ceremonies of the Catholic church The Right Rev Denis ODonaghuo Bishop of Louis yule will preside The Most Rov John Lancaster Spalding tho first pastor of St Augustines now an Archbishop will come from Pearl to assist at the exorcises Tho VerJ Rev Father James P Cronin Yo and many other clergy will be in tendano 0 on the Bishop and Ar bishop The members ot Mackin Counc- I will act as escorts to the Archblshoj and Bishop on route from Father Feltens rectory to the sHe of the now church Although the Churc of St Augustine is Intended for cot orod People there are many whlU Catholics who attend services then on Sunday mornings While Catl ollcs from all parts of the city i frlbe present at the exercises tome row afternoon I 4tchurch will push the work ofC oj structlon rapidly He expects im the new edifice will be ready ioccupancy late in the faU J IIOATRot1aJiI8 0- r B n I CAtaolIc today Itatell has ninetythj Ijthlrtywrven l rwT KENTUOKY IRrSH r tcr KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN noted to the Social and Moral Advancemeoient of Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mtni Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Batired at tlia Loulivllle Paitotflce II SecoadCUii Hitter tldreu all Conmualcatloai to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreei St TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 29 1911 VERY SERIOUS PROBLEM In Now York in Boston lu chi- cago In Louisville In fact In all the large cities of the United States II serious Increaso of Juvenile crimInals Is being noted Some of their crimes are attributed to small wages ab sonce of homo comforts bad associations I And lack of parental control Perhaps amore general cause istl lack of tho city boy of tbopoorerI II class of a normal outlet for tho animal spirits which are the common possession of all youth Farmer boys spend their excess energy In hunting and fishing college boys get rid of It in football1 baseball tennis and other sIXrtsIII Tho city boy Is often forced to 1 lot loose his animal spirits in some prank that brings hIm a jail sen y tonce In place of robbing a melon patch in the country the city youth I Is charged with housebreaking and bears the criminal brand for life I 1 Tho problem of the boy in the streets remains a baffling one Municipal playgrounds do not meet the needs of the city youth of tbe age between sixteen and twont three Park and lecture facilities dO not appeal to them They are in a critical formative period of life whc a slight direct Influence either Way I turns them to or from a career of viciousness How to keep them straight until their character is formed and to prcovnt evil associt tions that corrupt thorn is tP serious InIterestlngI Hero In Louisville the Y M I IIs doing much for the youths Who the boy once beoomes Interested 1In MackIn or Trinity Council he seldom goes wrong SCORED THE PRESS The Federation of Catholic Socie ties of Louisiana held its annua convention at New Orleans on Monday and President Charles 1J Dencchaud roundly scored the dally papers for printing stories of via and pictures of depraved men am women He said in part A growing custom among somi journals of the day Is the unfortunate disregard for the effect upon the people of the country ot the caliber of news they disseminate It is not within the province of your board nor does t attempt to arrogate to Itself either the regulation or censorship of the press but it has steadily held to the convlctlon tha it is manifestly improper for news papers after gaining access to the home to onfront the reader wltl the minute details of the repulsive testimony adduced at criminal trials regoldisifered our criticism In thi connection as well of the printing o pictures of fallen girls abandoned women and depraved men Every cIty and Stato Cathojl Federation ought to take up the same matter Ifa united front it presented the press will soon yield to tho general demand for cleaner journalism 4 WAIT AND SEE Tiho Bible history and tradition tell us that Judas Iscariot sold his Lord and Master for thirty pieces or silver Why then should wo be astonished if a detective takes a 100000 bribe to disrupt labor organizations Wo get tho sensations In the McNamari case today Later we expect to learn facts The Kentucky Irish American regrets the candidacy of Hon Edward J MoDermojC for the ofllce of Lieutenant1 Governor r believing that Je hasS become the victim ot design g politicians We recognize his illty end Integrity and would pre er to sot him seek some higher poel tlcrav It Is generally known that thee honor was offered a number ot others during the past few months No maa In Kentucky deserves more from the Democraticct party than Mr vrtiDernott butwdo set believe hipt eat friends adylfed the announce neni MISS MULLIGAN IIONORBD atlas Kathleen MulMgan of Lex BtoriVhks beetl appoteted maid of nor fpi Kentucky at the National I fifederfto r unjnr to jMf held at lc k Mkon lifcjr IL 16 I 111111111 lu the1 ud8JH Mil of the moet btwiiitt- e BIvMcnut State I w tbCol0 iI i 1 LONG SESSION Ahead of Sixtyfive New Members of Big Council Now Albany Knights of Columbus have arranged ifor an initiation tomorrow and the incidental evont will engage the attention from mo1n lIng until late in the evening Grand Knight WJ Uecevour Deputy Grand Knight Edward Tlghe and J K Lammon Chairman of the Arrangement Committee expect to entertain many visiting Inlgbts from Louisville Joffcrsonvllle New Albany and Bedford There will be sixtyfive In the class to receive the three degrees Knights and candidates will attend the 10 oclock mass at Holy Trinity church After muss all will isit down to luncheon at the Tavern The degree work will occupy the greater part of tho afternoon At- I tho close of tho initiation there Will be a banquet with addresses by able speakers PRINCESS BONNIE WINS Trinity Councils members are b Ing congratulated on the success attained In the several performanc of Princess Bonnie Tho tuneful opera was given to crowded houses each evening and from every standpoint the approval of the public Was deserved Trinity Is alive to the fact that advertising pays It employed an able conductor excellent vocalists and a first class choru The members knew they had a good show and they advertised In eves possible way Princess Bonnie will be favorably remembered for along time SUCCUMBS TO PNEUMONIA The remains of Miss Theresa Schultheis who died at the home iof her brother 830 South Fifth stree on Friday were sent to Jasper and for burial on the same afternoon Death resulted from pneumonia after an illness of several week The deceased is survived by her mother Mrs Helen Schultheis Qt Jasper Ind her brother Theodoi SchuUhels and three sisters Mrs P B Horstman Mrs Willlai Horstman and Mrs George Dues all if Louisville KUCHRE ANt SUPPER Next Wednesday and Thursday at 5t Augustines school hall Four eenth and Broadway friends of the pastor Rev Francis Felton will hay ai euchre and supper for white people who are promised pleasant treat molt and an excellent meal The tames will be played at 230 and 8 clock and In the interim the supper vlll be served A number of hand lone prizes hove been donated and vlll bo well worth contesting for 1iATHER RAFFO NEEDS nEST The Rev Charles P Raffo pastor ot St Charles Dorromeo church 1Is still ill at Sts Mary and ElIzabeth Hospital Although he has suffer d oriously his condition has beet Harming at no time Dr Bernar Connor believes that a few weeks est Will work wonders for Fathe taffo NAMING NEW BISHOP A terna of the Bishops of the rovinco of New Orleans has been Told to select a successor to Blsho feslln late bead of the Natche diocese The lists of names made up by the Bishops together with tho lists submitted by the priests will bl sent to Monsignor Falconlo who wll orwafd then to Rome It may be months before the Vatican Is hoard from on the subject CHOIR IN OPERA Tho ontimobrs of St iBonlfac lurch choir presented Chimcfc o1 Normandy to lame audiences in the ewhall Green near1 Jackson street n Sunday Monday and Tuesday evenings The tuneful opera was wollsung Appropriately staged and handsomely costumed Largo crowds tended each evening SAFE AT HOME Maoklhs Social Club will give Its- next dance at the club house on the night ot May 11 It will be the last of the series for the season This- tilDe the voyagers will bo costumed to represent themselves at homo inI dear old Kentucky after u trip oirad the world AWARDHD prom tAlbert J Dlebpld of 2805 West iarket street was awarded the plcture off the Right IRev Bishop Dbnoghue that was donated to St ilumblas church for the euchre and lotto at Ptontalne Ferry Park l t week SHOP QpONAqnUE IMPROyBS Tna Rlgkt iey Jl BOPoDJI fc ie Is mueltr improved and bas ijUUd rihWlr ibis the oprtl n PtermWsirly Ii D wwk At the- azr the K n tuoky Iririi Ameriean 1Hat to VMM the Bishop HTM in u cheat hltLnI n S SOGIETY Miss Kato Lyons of South Louls vllle Is visiting relatives in Philadelphia Mrs James P Kelly of Chary ton W Va Is visiting Mrs William A Kelley of Fourth avenue Miss Mary Wlescn of Hill Is visiting her aunt MrsCrescentI Leachman at Springfield Ky Mrs William Larkin and son WI11 tam of South Louisville havo been visiting relatives at Colcsburg Mrs Louis Vissman and son Paul are visiting relatives in Los Angeles and will not return before the middle of MayMr and Mrs John Lowery are spending the week In Charlcsto Ind as tho guests of Mrs James Morrow Miss Irene Binford who 1 has been spending the winter at Ocean Springs Miss returned home on Tuesday I IMls8CS Adelaide and Clara Thome have gono to Zanesvllle mad to spend several weeks with relatives and friends I IMr and Mrs William Haley of Culberson avenue New Alb nr are sepnTllng ten days with frIends In Oklahoma I IMr and Mrs Thomas M OCon nell have returned from their bridal tour and are at homo to thelr friends at COG West Hill street I IL1l8ses Anna Blanche and Josdphl McGill have returned from Indian polls whither they went to hear ti Sheflleld choir directed by Sir Edward Elgar Among those from this city spend- Ing last week at West Baden Sprlri s were Mrs John P lianley MrsJolin G Cecil Mrs A Shulhafer rUss Meta Baum and Peter M OReilly I Mr and Mrs D G Gathof a ounce the engagement of tbelr daughter Emma Marie Gathof to Thomas Wilson Dickinson The Wedding will take place in August- A I L Wise of Louisville and Miss Ella A Welsh of Marl ounty wore united in marriage at- I the residence of the Rev FatbI Joseph A Hogarty at Lebanon on I Wednesday Jailer John R Pflanz and M J loMahon have returned to Loulsvil after a sojourn at Hot Springs Ark tanley Piflanz a son of the Jailer expects to remain at the springs two veeks longer I Mrs Arch B OFlahcrty aud daughters Misses Lottie and Mary of 717 Brook street have been spend- Ing the week in Owensboro the guests of Mrs OFlahertys parents IrT and Mrs John G Dennetti Miss Hannah McKenzie and Oeor anarsdale were quietly married 1 In ho rectory of St Johns church at- I 81 oclock on Wednesday evefalni The Rev Father George W Schuh mann performed the ceremony i Mr and Mrs John T Malone have returned from Hot Springs Ark whero they spent several weeks 1In- an endeavor to better Mrs Malone health Her friends will be glad to hear that she is much improved I IMiss Alice Langtry and Willlai M Woods were united in marrlag atI the rectory of Holy Trinity church Now Albany Tho Rev ather Charles Curran performs tho coremony Both young peopl are popular in New Albany I IMrs Harry Esterle and llttl aughter Miss Oorinne Tdrpe Isterle will return to Louisville to sorrow after a two months trip to rkansas Oklahoma and Texas In I theII IJohn McCreery of Paducah apeft aturday Sunday and Monday In oulsvillo as guest of his daughter llrs T W Roberts 841 Fifth street It was his first visit to Louisville slnco tho civil war and he was sur I risod to noto the Improvements He- twas a Confederate soldier and a member of Graves Battery Miss Marie fiarbour oft Springfield Ky who has been the guest at Mr and Mrs J J Maloney o1 329 West BrecklnridgQ street for TO weeks returned tome on Wednesday She was accompanied I byiMIssMarle Maloney who expects to spend two weeks visiting relatives and friends In Washington county Mrs Dr Charles Moir will leave May 14 to spend three months on- the Pacific coast White in the f r- Wellt she will bo tho guest of Messrs Frank and James Mom her brothers Inlaw She will be accompanied by MI8s Margaret Shador of Springfield Ky Before sho returns Mrs t olr- will visit Yosemite Valley and Yellows I one Park I Miss Mary Frances Allen of Pltts- burg who is visiting Miss Lucille inkier Is being royally entertained Oni Thursday afternoon ot last week ber hostess gave a luncheon In her- honor Misses Dorothy Klein and ulse Shelley assisted InrecelVlng- Mrs E T Doll presided at tho tea- tabte and was assisted by Misses Florence Blckel Frances Hoertz and Wl1l1e K IidrlckJbelie Henrietta Elizabeth and Albert C Onau were Gathojj inJtltDony at St Marys hci11 WInasday morning The Red Jllthen B H Weeteriaari etficlated- Tidt eiermony and also pelebratad Ir nuptial matte The church w a- edrus with ttktHwi Md iiiiii of- tthe young couple The brideIc the curmiiadaubr of Mr mod Mrt t b n5c n eI orga izaiionT Central Nationall Life Insurance Compa Form IIGS THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED 25000 OFFICES IN AMERICA CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD which bco ntod to br tbe rmitr til the folloirnmc fTills CnmpAnr TRANSMITS and niltViriS mMMirf I nnlr on cnndllloni llmllfnir 111 llbllltr bare mt ttatwnforMmpnrLon udtheComtunrwill noL bl1ltlllI blr 1 1 ITO r or ddAtslntranr 1rrnretsntecunrdrvfat tonlylirrfr+ atfnR a mresgetakttherrnJln SI Iwwni thj tnlo pnld tbcrco nnrlniiny TL f bfrond IUf umof Ilflr Dollaflloa lttaunte otherw44tnKlbrlowtb- Ismtce I tosttnnorill iT7eMJnfTiHn il1 + iBn nmmntor wltbil t ATilMl nthe Ii med Cpmir I iriir hits btn rnlln lbTlln Miil Tthrrc ifho in ancrve wbrrr lli etAlin l notIttSMi t llnwrltlnjl within l 1lr drw oner nterurr This Ii an VMlCrUATCI MISCttlE end U ltlltJ br rquit f the lender under the condition n mfd +bore BROOKS GENCRAU MANAGER THEO N VAIL PRCSIOENTeELV1ocnE RECEIVEDI AT Board of Trade BdgNWCor3d 8 Main Sts Louisville vs- opEN 68Hy15bollect t t 4 i Thibodaux La April221911- t i I I I W H Gregory ji 7 H ftiif r0our ier Journal BldgrIij fMtt J Lbuisvliiep Ky i hillii nhareeBteraaya hosed eleven red R E Gregory t f 1042AInjIn a recent announcement we reproduced the telegram of Mr Thomas t H Roger the big sugar manufacturer of Louisiana accepting the Treasurership of this company I We received Mr Rogers subscription for stock in the company and sent Mr R E Gregory to Louisiana to place some other stock believing as our announcement indicated that Mr Rogers influence would bring money to Kentucky for investment The foregoing telegram was received from Mr Gregory afterhis first days work j NNiV IeNN MON NNlHNN NO OU willsee here in the wonderful stock of Clothing i spread before you a hightoned quality that is iiI IrleverIr i the thing you want iiI I CUNNING LEWIS BR TZGEii EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP iiNorthwest Corner Third ctand Jefferson Louisville Ky 1 n u Martin J Gathof Mr Gnau ft holding a responsible position In iII Main street house Miss Elizabeth Gregory a charm Ing young lady oftho East End and Oscar J Baker were quietly marrIed in the rectory of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament on Monday oven Ing The marriage rite was performed by the Rev Father OSulll van The only witnesses to the ceremony were Harry Baker a brother qf the groom and his wife and Mr and Mrs James Gregory parents of the bride Immediately after tho ceremony Mr and Mrs Baker boarded a train for St Louis Upon their return next week they vill be at home to their friends at 1435 Rufer avenue Miss Mary Elizabeth Davidson and Virgil H Fontaino were united In the holy bonds of matrimony in the rectory of St Frances of Rome churCh on Monday evening Tho marriage rite was performed by the Rev Father thomas W White Wil bur McGuflln was the best man and Miss Lottlo Dance was tho maid of honor Mr and Mrs Fontaine have gone to Nfew Orleans oh a bridal trip and upon their return will be gin housekeeping at Thirtyninth and Broadway The bride is the charm Ing daughter of Mr and Mrs J G Davidson of 172 Bellalre avenue while the fortunate groom la a clerk In the auditing department of the U N Railroad Company CATHOLICS IN CHARGE ftho members of committee nr riging for the groundbreaking ercmontes for tho PanamaOal ornla Exposition at San Diego has notified Bishopi Comfy that it la their desIre that the ICitholtc church ekes hill charge of the religious eremonial They alsoreJIt8tlishop to meet the committee dtbe1I earllesl convenience to make mitfary preparatlon for the celebra tlonnlmoPcOl1lty has accepted the invitation JESUITS JUBlLBR OConnorSlee e eelabrl ted the silver jubileej of blUordlniiljoii lilt Sunday The i Jitoli A ieaaon =waii ipreiched by t tety IraOlr John Soully a 7- uetrer Preld et o Por kam UL f 4 tCRULEYS WednesdayNights Miss Billie BurKe And Company Will Present MRS DOTThis is Miss Burks greatest success HOPkiNseTHEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows daily Sunday contin uous CASINO AND ORPHEUM- THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic tore Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management PreI productionshistoric FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL 30OPENS SUNDAY APRIL30 Xtragood Vaud vi Free Concerts leII AttractionsI I p mj aied by parents free at all times I lrI LD IDI m Y1fifth t Y1 If atiJI It JYJ IbiI P1 3 +lk Ss +sk Present the Comic Opera Cecilian Benefit Chorali ALTHEACatholic Club d arthion MACAULEYS MAY 8 AND 9 ALL STAR CAST TALENTED CHORUS PRICES 25 50 75 100 Box Olllce at Montenegro Riebm Music Co Sale Begins May Stli JWIIITEGOODSi i f Childrens Confirmation Dresses Write For Samples Mail Orders Promptly Filled French India Lawn a fine Linen Lawns sheer quality sheer fabric 32 inches wide 36 inches wide well worth 29cpriceBatisteFancy White Lawns in fancyMercerized Imported he ks plaids strIpes and45 inches beautiful qUality i 20cAndgoods sale price per OET sale puce per 15C yard C yard 1 36FrenchOrgandies72inchesvery fine and sheer quality this cxtra good quality wen good valueat75c sale worth 20c sale pricc 1 1 price per yard WIS per yard 2C Persian and French Lawn Wash Chiffon in a beautiful medium and sheer qualities sheer andserviceable quality 45 incites wide our regular 45 inches wide our regular 18cperMercerized Lingerie Cloth Imperial English Nainsook 40 inches wide medium weight soft finish 36 inches sells reg 9geclaJatUI itTtj 8DNS r- i 8 rd 9iY v 2 cAUBrni UE5 n i Mift M1VKFT utiTFt a tl t1NNNNB NPMONt1eNNlONNr ttFON t1N e NO- r M1 BANNON P BANNON JR L i VEENEMAN Pnr S Mgr Vice Prss b Trill Sicritary Kintucky Vtriflode Brisk Co 1KCORTORATKD Mcix ufaoturriu of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STP ETS AND ROADWAYs f0 HM52tWitiMirNiStriti WfffcvMipiilrr Mii tgeaHw v TKLEPHONit 173 TELEPHOiIE 1252 v l CI 1 i i r ENTUOKY IRISHA IERICANa BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY 1IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky- I CHRIST +ROTECAFE AND 60Ni ALLEY 8 FInest Bowling Alleys In Soulh 8 FINE WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS OYSTER WITH BAO1I DRINK Home Phone 6042 Cumb Phone 3892 428430 W JEFFERSON I II I I I t It I It II It I Itl II It D J DOUGHERTY s j MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT r Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Antwind Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET I+++ + 44+44 +44+ I 44+ It 0 t t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 I J4 BARRETTS SONS L FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS sas East ltIain Stree1 iI I I II t t I tlran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriage Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSONto STREET TELEPHONE 810 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night carriages furnished for all occasion 1225 W MARKET ST Atitr r e Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH UADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty ROME PHONE 1877 ROBERT C1 MBRIDE With J W Beilsteln Co FIREINSURANCEI Cumberland Main 3925m Home Phone 5836 CilinibiaBiiildinjrJcuilhh and Main BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- HeleotroPa Etc Cemeterjr Work a specialty REASokAiLEPR- ICESJACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both PkoHCH 223 HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS n riME WINES AND LIQUORS D JePMIhlacs cocky WhikiMtMtMcMly t es MONUMENT We are now receiving from Barre Vermont three car loads of Monuments for our spring trade the largest and best assortment we have ever carried which we can offer at a bargain Please give us a c- allMULDOON Monument Company 813 W Green St Louisville Ky NATIONAI The peer of any wheel made fitted withI the highest grade equipment that can be procurcd4500 DAYTON Equipped with G J Tires mud guards coaster brake pump and tools at 3750 DAYTONWithout mud guards3500PRINCETONWith I guards clincher tires and coaster 3000 PRINCETONWith guaran teed raised tread Sutcliffe punctureproof tires coaster brake good pedals and sad dIe 2500 DAYTONIAWith neW Ox ford single tube tires 1500 GIRLS BICYCLES With guaranteed tires coaster brake and special grade of skirt guards 2500 and 3000 Full SundriesYholesale TheSutcUffeCo INCORPORATED 220 S FOURTH AVE Jtr year keys M fctcattei that wlU rc jpare Neat frN1u5T XAVIER5 COLlteQE- K 1U W BrMrf wy L Ml vttU Ky 0 ed1y the Xavcrka Bratktn ClMil l 1eiIntIAca4 pill ReIsts r CrTea efawl 01r 4m HIBERNIANS yhat They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 3 A O H will bold Its regular meeting next Monday night It will be some tlmo before Divis ion 4 meets again Tile tlr meeting of Division 2 In May will be hold on Wednesday eveningOnly nine weeks old the Ladles Auxiliary of Sprlngitiold Iassbas 123 members I Arrangements have been made for a big county Initiation at Indian apoils on May 7IJeffersonville Hibernians will open the first week in May with a meet Ing on Wednesday evening The Ladles Auxiliary will meet on Wednesday evening and something now and novel is to be outlined President William Murphy de sires a full attendance at the meet- Ing of Division 1 on Tuesday even ingA degree team from St Paul vis ted Cylon WJs this week and con ducted the initiation of a splendid classMilwaukee Hibernians have organ ized a baseball club Tho division there will hold another Initiation next month- A great audience greeted Patrick Haltlgan editor of thff National Hibernan when he lectured In Buffalo at the Star Theater last Sun day night Tho Milwaukee degree team will conduct a big Initiation tomorrow at Janesvlllc A special car has been chartered for the party tbatwl11 accompany the team Tho Ladles Auxiliary of South Braintrce Mass presented their chaplain Rev Father McDonnell With three mission chairs for his now church whloh was dedicated this week South Boston has a division com posed principally of conductors and motormen It Is one of the latest organized but Its officers will en deavor to make It one of the loaders In that district Several divisions of the order held a joint meeting and initiation at Sioux Falls S D last Sunday A large class was Initiated Tho principal address was delivered by National President James J Regan Mr Regan Is working hand In hand with the State officers to increase the organization In South Dakota OLD RESIDENT SUCCUMBS Martin Senn one of the oldest and best known German Amerlcan residents of Louisville died at his home 648 Grainger Court on Friday of last week Doath resulted from a complication at dlsases Tho de ceased was born In Germany seventy one years ago lie came to IDouls ville with his parents In 1865 As a youth he learned the bakers trade When the Civil War began he took sides with the ioderals and served as a member of the Fourth Kentucky Cavalry At the close of the war he returned to Louisville and engaged In the brewery business He was successful in everything he under took Mr Senn is survived by his wife who was Miss Theresa Lambert and the following chil dren Mesdames Kate Borger Lena Wegnest Theresa Eberhart and Messrs Louis and Martin Senn He Is also survived by seventeen grandchildren The funeral took place from St Charles Borromeo church on Monday Many of his old com rades in arms were present at the obsequies SIR MDERMOTT ANNOUNCES Hon Edward J McDermott has authoritatively announced his candi dacy for lieutenant Governor subject to the action of the Democratic primary Wt Smith former United States District Attorney and James P Edwards are also In tbeii race for the same office The contest will be three cornered but treeII trollsTiudslinging politics HOPKINS THEATER Phi and Nettle Peters old favorites in Louisville will be the headliners In the vaudeville bill at Hop kids Theater next week They have a turn made up of eccentric comedy songa and dances Tho Bell Boy Trio will be close rivals to the head linen Frank Hartley will do an artistic juggling stunt Three otherJJ good turns are on the bill in addi tion to the motion picturesJJ MOTION PICTURES If the attendance a1 the Casino and Orphoum Theaters holds out as It is both play houses will remain open all summer Revolving fans J keep tho atmosphere fresh and wholesome and either place Is a haven ot rest for the weary shopper J or tired business man CHOSE CATHOLIC OFFICIALS I Albert Doege the new Mayor of Leavenworth Kas is e practical Catholic a da man of Mousiness as well as political experience He Is also one of the supreme officers of the Catholic Mutual Benevolent As sociation Joseph Hurley who was elected to a place on tho School Board Is also a Catholic and a State offlcer of the Knights of Columbus POLISH COLONY Loulsjana will receive a colony of I Poles next month The Poles wjUI settle on a tract of 10000 acres rich land Although they ale ofII grating from the Pennsylvania CT 1 t tbey came to America from the farming class ofouthPolead They intelliggNtPLANS XXW CAT5TBDRAT Q I hlefonalRllhoDa Cathedral or his jfte pro j fi jAJf rjj Special1 Sale- of Boys ConfirmationSuits I 500 Fine AllWool Blue and Black Serges and Black Thibets throughoutCoats Regular and reinforcedI I I Also Shoes Hats and Furnishings M S MOSES CO INCORPORATED 514516 West MarketT- he Great Daylight Mens Wear Store ARTHUR J KINSELLA Ma- nagerICE FOR HOME USE Ask for Coupon Book And save 5 per cent on your ice bill Our Ice is made from distilled water only Family delivery will be prompt and satisfactory We are prepared to furnish ice quantity 1 AMERICANIce INCORPORATED iN E Cor Pearl and Floyd Street Ns SOCIETY DIRECTORY AOH DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentWilliam Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kins Recording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Thoinaa P Lawle- rSergeantatArmsLouis Roller DIVISION 2 Moet First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresidentC J Ford VIce ProsidentECieStSmithR- ecording Secretary William T Meehan Financial SecretaryJohn J KoaneyTreaurorJsmes Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meeu First and Third Mondays Ilnoteenth and Portland PresidentD J Coleman Vice President Hugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFinancial SocretaryJ 0 Hes stonTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevens Sentinel Thomasi Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Rertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomaa Lynch Recording Secretary John t BarryFinancial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatArms William Cal laghanSentinelY J McDermott DiVISION 1 1JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First I and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence Ford President John dt Cole PresidentJ E Murphy IVIQ9 Secretary Hugh Mc Grodjr Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan Treasurer BA Col- KSergcantatArms Michael Gar ritySentinelThomas Gleason MarshalUooaelNoon Y Dr x cMACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentaJoseph J I am cock A O Link FinancialSecretaryF G Adams Recording Secretary If Oaborne retulHKerberg LinksMarshalI Janine SentiiiePl Anartoit Outside SaUnglJoee o it9wart I CidYeAra1Bihop1 an edlfiee tint wn cost anywhere fcom 1o eoo to aoOOOOr S e MIGHTS OP COLUMBUSI 1 I Late News That WII Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Terra Haute Council Initiated a class of fifty last Sunday The Knights ot Quincy 111 will soon build an elegant club house j The Indiana State convention will be held at Richmond on Tuesday May 9- Last Sunday a council was Insti tuted at Casper Wyo making the fourth in that State Evansville Council has formed a stock company to facilitate the building of Its ovn home Tho council at Piqua Ohio con ferred the three degrees on a class bf sixty candidates last Sunday Alamos Council will open its now hall one of tlio finest In Colorado next Tuesday with a grand ball Special and regular trains brought an Immense gathering to the inltia tlon held last Sunday at Grand Rap- Ids Mich Bishop Carrell Council of Coving ton is negotiating for a handsome piece of property to be used as a home for tho council colIlogo for girls at Milwaukee have asked the cooperation of the Knights of Columbus Dunkirk Knights have abandoned the project 5T leasing a building A committee Is lobklng for a site upon which a club house will be erected The council at Marion Ohio will Initiate a large class tomorrow after noon Thomas J Duffy State Dep uty and staff will confer the third degreeTho new home of Price Hill Coun cil at Cincinnati has been remodeled and is about ready for occupancy Tho formal oopning will be announced at an early date VICTIM OF ACCIDENT Edward Peak a lineman In the em ploy of tho Louisville Railway Company died at the family residence 174C Dumesnil street on Friday morning of last week and his funeral took place from St Georges church on Sunday afternoon Last November Mr Peak was struck ban electric wire pole at Second and Jefferson Every possible effort was made to save his life but la vain He Is survived by his mother Mrs Grace Peak MACAULEYS THEATER Charming Miss Billle Burke will come to Macauleys Theater the first half of next Week in her now play Mrs Dot Critics in other cities declare that Miss Burke Is delightful and refreshing as the widow With her beauty and art combined she captivates all her audiences There Is no doubt that Miss Burke Is queen of American comediennes NEW NATIONAL HILLS Representative Henry of New York Chairman of the Committee on Rules In the United States House of Representatives has presented a bill in Congress that will change the date of the inauguration oat the Presi dent from March 4 to the last Thurs day in April According to another bill introduced by him October 12 Columbus day will become a national holiday Tho bills way not receive consideration durng the present ex traordinarysession of Congress HOLY NAME UNION fThe alight Rev Bishop Macs oX Covington has Nameii different branches of the Holy Society in his diocese to meetIIngI chapel qf tho Covington Cathedral on Sunday May 7 Each branch will solid two delegates ANNUAL INSPECTION The annual Inspection and re union of the various commanderles of the Knights oif St John will be held at Phoenix dull Park on Mon day evening May 8 Tho inspection oclockAlftertheir ladles will enjoy a dance for several hours FORTY nouns PRAYER Tomorrow the Forty Hours Prayer will begin at the church of St James FatherWillett willbeclergymen continueCATHEDRALS IN WEST Within three years a number of comploted Theyar0PAulMlnnandDenverINVITATION ACCEPTED President William H Taft haa ac cepted the Invitation to attend the thOBostononColumbusAltOHBlSnOPS CONVENE Archbishops I onTJufsdaywere discussed LECTURE FOR KNIGHTS Hon William Jennings Bryan has EnglewoodKnights of Columbus to lecture on I thewhite ofathfbuildlugfundoffare wolklqtoae1Hrt tatt1tA ft permanent home v r FRANK FEHR BREWINGt1o CO I JNUUxORArED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE rilYl Cumb Phone West 191 191THB WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Soldat all leading bars and cafe Renowned for purity strength and excellent fUvot Gruber lit Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE Kt FALLS CITY BREWING INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horn 76717672 Cumb Wist 69 f SALVATOR Dark LIFEr SAVER Lighk FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER i 419 W MARKET ST All the late and new Styles and Shapes pricesCall JLBrownfiedGoJ L 553 THIRD ST Engineer and Contractor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 7846 FATIEBll MARQUBWES CROSS in Wisconsin an effort is being made to locate the golden crucifix burled by Father Marquette In his trip up the Fox river more than R century ago she cross was burled nara mlwlpn this War latar abandoned IndUns on the Oneida rewtvttion hsve knowledge ot tie looatjon 6it the ehieMx but haveiif fused to divulge the informnUon fromgenaratlaIQ c B TtlOMPsdN FLORISTMIONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention And satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitaltorepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasvx finable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA HERCY HOSPITAL oirfc Avenue Jtlfersonvlllit Ilad HENRY ftAIJ1 JJ PULSL DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Guts Wearing Ap WORK GUARANTEED Phone a6s 528 Fift CENTRAL FURNITURE Incorporated N W Cor Third and Green S I We furnish the home co plete on easy paymen WM CALLOIIM Mgr Sale HENRY flUN BRA IR IN s 1 aicIrocAMPLE Roebca- w I n i1 I rlrUQK3r IRISH AJMERICAN THE BIG STORE r Special Salei 350 Boys Spring SuitsII Doublebreasted Suits for Boys sizes 6 to t16 Trousers are full peg cut Knickerbocker style all the new shades On sale one week beginning today and ending next Friday F FTHE BIG STORE 424 WeatMarketSII MILTON M MARBLESTONE dr CO In Piano Values==0ur MethodsI- n advertising our piano values and our methods It Is our purpose to advise with all along Intelligent lines the course to pursue in selecting a pianoone of real worth for the to money you invest We are confident of having the largest lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal terms of payment privileges you to the ownership of a piano the you make your selection by investing a small amount in of cash as first payment Ourone price policy must convince even the most doubt- Ing of our superior service In treating one customer the same I as another and is a point to he well considered when purIc chasing a piano We invite inspections and comparisonE MONTNEQRORIEHM1 l MUSIC CO 0Incorporated b a AaM BOO FOURTH AVR2iLTlfl I GIVE A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with my New Blend Coffee at 2121bs 65c Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY p Mows Phone jij firs W MARKET STRK1E- Teaxi38 SHOESam1SLIPPERSWe hibited in this city which is being sold at reasonable prices For boys and girls who are about to make their GOMMUNION dilO GONFIRMflTION You will find here the latest and most exquisite styles in Shoes and Slippers Also Mens and Womens Shoes the best made VOLZ MICHAEL 336 WEST MARKET ST J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON aughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them I Hoe Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS 1 AWNINQSANoTENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and bitter work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attend to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co I BOTH PHONES 2427 1120 N THIRD ST IT DOESNT pAYr To argue against QUALITY Oct the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUPACTimBD BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated Pint and River Both Phones 9367 Mao operating rooster Walt Plaster Plant JeffersonviMe Ind Phone MS LoaUvlll Ky GEHER SON its WEST MARKET STREET 8BU TUB cxl ltsMUTI D- NORTHK STAR REFRIGERATOF The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGI Combines not a few but ait f aiurefi a practical value that are considered dour ered desirable la a Gas Range Tbe QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranca high la the estimatioa of thi- enbllo DR J T CHAW t YtttriBary IA rmary art IwS n Hwrtt Skeinf here tHmnc Am 1WACTKAL IIW mum1 HtMIIQeiW rrD4iv rM AND potoi W4ii savww t qR- a DOUGHERTY feLANNING COAL CO INCORPORATED Best Grade Pittsburg and Jellico Coal OFFICE AND YARDS FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA Home Phone Parkland 27 Cumb Phone South 327Y LOYAL EJUENDS I Prom All Parts of Thts City I Will Aid This Bazar Tho bazar for the benefit of St I Louis Bortrand church will be hold Bertrand Hall from May 15 to 20 For the parishioners It means hard workfor the visitors from other parishes It means enjoyment and a chanco to obtain nice awards at small cost The people of Limerick arc loyal the Dominicans and to the present pastor the Very Rev James IIt Clark O P Thoy are working hard for success and have enlisted friends every section of the city They have enlisted the support of their I Qerman Italian and French friend overy section of the city and Dig good natured Andy I will preside at the wheel He made a success of it at Sts Iary and Elizabeth bazar and at St Charles Borromeo bazar It used e to Let George do it Now it iIs Get Andy to do It Andy will doII It all right I The Amusement Committee promIII ises to offer a number of now and novel devices that will be of interest to allL OUR TEAM Forces Experts Everywher to Revise Their Predictions I I The Louisville baseball club wlll play again at Milwaukee this atte noon anu tomorrow then journeying to St Paul for a series of lour game to be followed by a threedays stay at Minneapolis returning homo to1 open with Toledo May 9 With the teams good start on this trip they can do no worse than break over which will more than satisfy the fans here who are now ready 1 to extend tficm tho glad hand for their decisive victories over Tobeau Kansas City club of exPlttbur players who lave been touted as pennant contenders The Chicag Tribune last week printed a consensus of exports on the America Association race and Louisville andl Milwaukee Wore figured to fight iit out for the tallend position which goes to show how much faith the public can put In these dopeatcrs 1 and this goes dot the Courier young man who picked Louisville to run last The hitting of Howard Let rovelaItlollI bury lUtchoy and Robinson hay started Watch out for a clean ro versa on the experts part RESPECTED RESIDENT DEAD Bartholomew Dean one ot tbo oldest and most reepected resident of Joffersonville died at his home 532 Illinois avenue on Sunday and his funeral took place from the church of St Augustine on Tuesda morning For thirtyfive years Mi Dean had been a foreman in the em ploy of the American Car Compan and was highly esteemed by his acquaintances iHo is survived by three daughters Mrs William MdDonald Mrs S Mullln tnd Mrs J Ogden and two sons Charles and Franl Doan A large cortego followed the remains to their last resting place Iii tho Jeftersomvlllfl Catholic ecmotcry mjJJE GRASS KNIGHTS Blue Grass Council of Lexington 1 initiated a class of Seventy Knight of Columbus last Sunday afternoon Moro than 500 Knights from adjacent cities and town were in attendance The Initiatory exorcises Wore followed by an elaborate banquet lovers wero laid for 600 Addresses were delivered by M J Hennessy of Augusta J A SuHI van of Richmond and Dr Thomai P Hart of Cincinnati Frankfort Somerset Paris Richmond George tawiT Versailles Winchester and Mt Sterling were all well represented aii the initiation SPECIAL PICTURE SHOWS Division 3 A O H has arranged with the Globe Theater Twentieth and Portland Avenue to put on a pedal motion picture shbw o Wed osday evenings May 3 and 17 There will lie two ipoKformances each evening The dust will begin at r30 oclock and the second at 830 clock The entertainment will be n charge Ube Literary Committee rhich ft composes of Hugh Uoud- gan L J MadSey Martin Sheehan John Broderick and James Carroll UNITY COUNCIL Unity Council Y M I of New Albany celebrated Us sixteenth an ivcruary last Sunday In the morn ing all the members attended tat Holy Trinity church and received holy communion In the afternoon a large class of candidates was In mated At 730 oclojk in the evening they attended solemn vespers After vespers Rev Father John D Kalaher preached ati sermon that was full of Interest to the young men The entrp celebration vae creditable to Unity Council QUARTERLY MEETING f The second quarterly meeting of- he It Vincent de Paul Society will elteltl t Rt rraneU Hall In the ttumt of the CfttkjHlril At 3 leek tomorrow srftarnoon every KterM to xpe to tb fi lly r rptt4 attb ettot- a t r 1a e r9ir ISIMPlY CHARMINGI IAND so VERY CHEAP I 150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS i On the Elegant Steamers City ofLouisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 0 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 SOc Ilt1flr I koENf i f INomore aDelle II Conn vrrltea Mr Sept 8 1910 that kite abecould notyatenQliehcol The doctor treated her over S months but without success Then Ise used Pastor KoenlBa Nerve Tonlo and two bottles had the desired effect Mr Chaa Wittmiui t Chatam Square Now York was lick from heart dIsease rover and fainting Pastor Koenls a Nerve Tonic benefited his case very much and he la very well satisfied with the results Mrs A Thomas Wtnaeld N Y was troubled wIth dlsinees and weakness for three month taw doses of Pastor Koenigs Nerve Itoato relieved her and after taking one bottle she had no more attacks FREE 150 A Valuable Book on Nor Samplebottleneati alto get tbeca dlcln free the flaY FATRCB Koixro ot ro Wayne laS since 1878 and BOW by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III j lOa Lake Street StM by DmnM at 111r Bottle 6 tar itLug au uy tor 90 FONTAINE FERRY Opens Season Tomorrow With Splendid Line of Attractions LPrellentlng tho most attractive ap pearance In its history Fontaine Perry will throw open its gates tor the 1911 season tomorrow after noon If the weather is at all pro jpltlous the big bark Is sure to be taxed to its capacity for thousand have been awaiting for some timo the reopening of this ever popula amusement and recreation resort A number of new attractions will be found at Fontaine Ferry this summer and chief among those 1111 be Felix Slrignano and his famous concert band Slrignano enjoys the distinction of not only being the youngest bandmaster in the coun try but also one of the best band is made up of thirtylive real musical artists and will be heard ii1 free concerts every aftcVnoon and 1 evening Soloists will also be Intro duced with the band from time to timeXtragood is the brand of vaude ville to be presented at the Ferry this season and this means an over hotter lino of attractions than has 1been ofifored in tho past A aplcn did bill has ibeen iboolced for the In JI augural with two iblg headline attractions in Barrett and Matthews I who will be seen in a funny military travesty Tho Battle of Too Soon I and Jimmie Lucas the popular en tertainer and author of I Love My I Wife But Oh You Kid and other song hits All of tho parks popular amusement featuressuch as the racer dips scenic railways merrygo round etc will be in full operation with the excep on the opening day tlon of the dance hall which is opened only on week nights A small admission will bo charged to Fontaine Ferry this season during the evening hours beginning at G oclock but this will not affect children who will bo admitted free I at all times when accompanied by parents I HLBMOIUAI 1At a meeting of the St Vincent de Paul Society of St Georges I church held Monday night April 24 1911 the following resolutions of respect were adopted In memory of their late Secretary William W Jansing1 Whereas Divine Providence has t been pleased to take from among us our worthy Secretary and I Whereas The parish of Sty George I in losing Mr Jansing loses one of Its most active and faithful members therefore be It I Resolved That wo the members OT the St Vincent do Paul Society of sSt Georges church present to the bereaved wife and children of Mr Jansihg our sincere and most heart felt sympathy I Resolved That we as members of the parish of St George present the same sympathies and express our sincerest sorrow on the 10H of him Who was one of our beet members and most valued counsellors- Ineoived That a copy of these reslutlonB be lipresd on our minutes and published lathe Catholic papers ot Loulpvllleend that a copy pt trite same be foiwiirdftd ttt the famllyot our diHwrted friend Rev George W Welw Spiritual iDireotor and Paator Jacob Shillier PresWeBt JFtuiMl HI iORiYle Prifedintr Chi F Klrchner rev STILL BUSYjj Mackin Councils Member Are Alive to Many Issues Mackln Council had a fairly We11 attended meeting on Monday nigh with President Samuel L Roibertsojn presiding Quito a number of the ordinary active men rars wore in attendance at the Princess Bonnie performance given under the auspices of Trinity Council Tp 1 iR Carroll mho has beets ill In Chicago was reported Improving Several applications for membership wore TO calmed Quite a number of memboi expressed their intention to take a reportsiby rapid progress in rehearsals for lhe Campus The opera will be tllO duced at the Mary Anderson Theater on tho nights of Blay 24 2i526 and 4 matinee on Saturday May 27 All members of Mackin wore urged to meet at the club house tomorrow afternoon to tAke part In the cer monies attending upon tho blessing of the cornerstone laying of St Augustines church MORE MEMBERS Division 4 A O H Is Cer talnly Making Things Hum Division 4 A 0 H held a well attended meeting on Monday nigl with President John H Hennessy iIn the chair Nicholas Cotter Ml J Meaghor R Monohan Patrick Far roll and Anthony OTToolo wet elected to membership Applications were received from John Lawless William Burke and M Joyce Councilman M J McDeraott re ported the proceedings of the latest meeting of the iCathpllc Federation lie alfeo urged support for Althea an opera to too given under the auspices of the Cecil in Choral QIul The club will donate its profits to thQ Jefferson County Federation cot Catholic Societies Interesting talks were made by Thomas Dignan Stephen J M Elliott Thomas Lynch and Jbhn J Score All were pleased with the rapid growth cf the division durin the present year and President JIoz nessy announced that an unusually largo class would bo initiated at tl1eI meeting to bo held on May 29 ANNUAL COMMUNION DAY Sunday May 7 will be the annual communion day for the Loulsvlll members of the Catholic Knights of America This year they will al tend mass and receive tho holy sacrament at the 730 oclock mass at IISt Vincent do Paul church Th Rev Father A J Thome will cole brate n high mass In honor of th occasion Tho two military com panics will attend in full uniform Of course the Knights individual receive the Holy Eucharist oftener than once a year As a matter o edification they approach the holy table in a body each year durln tho Easter period DOUBIJB BEUEVKMENT OTwlce within a week death Invaded the family of Mrs Bridget Dugan of 118 Chapel street who her son Thomas Dugan passed away on Friday of last week On the Friday previous his brother Jame died The brothers wore machine molders and in each case death re suited from pneumonia Besides his mother Thomas Ducan is survived by a brother William Dugan The funeral took place from St Patrick s church on Monday morning MT Dugan was highly esteemed and his bereaved mother has the sympath of many friends ST GEORGES ciiunoii Pupils of St Georges parochial I school will give a dramatic and musicalentertainment at St George s Hall Eighteenth street and Standard venue at 730 oclock on Sunday evenings May 7 and 14 The ad mission will bo 25 cents and resorvei d seats can be secured at the door for ten cents extra The pastor Rev Father George iWelss Invltos his friends all over the city to attend toe entertainment on one of the two evenings r KNIGHTS AND LADIES The Catholic Knights and Ladles of America Central Committee wit8I give a euchre and lotto at Trinity Council Hall oa the afternoon and evening of Tuesday May 2 The games will he called at 2li5 oclocl k In the afternoon and at 815 oclocl at night Coll Andrew Kast will be Chairman otf the Committee of AT rangements He will be assisted by representatives of all the branches Tile funds that accrue will be de voted to general purposes of the order ASPIRES Wall rDr Thomas H Mulvey a popular phrlllQlasotthls city hoe as idukcad hs candidacy for the nom In tl i1or Secretary of State of Cenlueky subject to the action ot l4e Republican party Br Mulvey IRS been a hardworking Republican adjd 9 rve8 wellbf his party MM ctIttL 1 t f t19I if1 J u t i J y THREE GRAND PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY AGGREGATE VALUE 1250- CONTEST TipTop Bread POPULARITY To the Lodge Church Charitable Institution Chartered Club or Society receiving the greatest number of votes we will award the first prize namelyrr ONE 55000 AUTOPIANO Or 55000 worth of Furniture or 55000 worth of Carpets and DraperiesTo One receiving the second largest number of votes we will award the second prize namely ONE 400 HAINES BROS PIANO Or 400 worth of Furniture or 400 worth of Carpets To the one receiving tue third largest number of votes we will award the third prize namely ONE 300 ARMSTRONG PIANO Or 300 worth of Furniture or 300 worth of Carpets For every 100 TipTop labels delivered either to your grocer or to our premium rooms we will issue one certificate with coupon attached The cerfificate entitles the holder to 100 votes in this contest The coupon good for 100 labels in exchange for our regular couponsThis started April 17 and ends October 14 1911 Prizes to be awarded November 1 Ballot boxes will be found at offices of Louisville Times Co where all ballots must be cast Knights of Columbus Ancient Order Hibernians Catholic Knights of America Catholic Knights and Ladies Young Mens Institute Knights of St John Catholic Order Foresters St John Benevolent Society Are Cordially Invited to Enter This Contest TIPTOP BAKING CO eNNNO NOflNNN1NNN NN4N0 For Your Furniture Wants 1 1 WANT YOUR 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