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I w 1 1uri 15J I MToMMRuPV LItII HIm wIfNi r c r VOLUME XllINO23 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 8i CENTS JUNE O Rse i a Special Man rr It Ber 3rt 01 Jesus n tThis Pious Devotion Extend S a Over the Whole CatholIc f World t fChoicest Blessings Are Prom fised ro to Those Who Pracp It Lice It fWHAT THE CHURCH TEACHES The month ot Juno the month of rotes and sunshine is set apart by the church for special devotion to the Sacred Heart ot Jesus The Feast of the Sacred Heart falls in the middle of the month June 14 A month more fitting for tho tender devotion could not have been chosen Set as it is In the center ot the year all the other months seem to diverge from itt as all devotion must w center and diverge from the heart of God Its roses are eiriblematlc of the Saviour The Sacred Heart de t i votlon is the chief devotion ot the day and though not new It is still of great antiquity St Gertrude tells of it in the twelfth century and that it was to become one day uni versal we know from the revelations made to her viz that it was a devotion reserved for these latter ages This time came and to the sainted Margaret Mary Alacoque a huirible nun of tho Visitation order was made known the full wishes of our Lord regarding his gift Be hold tillS heart said He which has loved man to such an excess that It has exhauptcJitandfc insumed it sof satjsfy the heart or man u there is a home for everybody one- that is awaiting every man and IHs children and that It is the duty of parents to prepare their children for their home He said all the studies of the world can not make a good woman They need religious train ing he said Father Wilkins told of what he said was a great mistake that made by Catholics who fall to send their children to Catholic schools He called attention to the fact that in the public schools no religion is taught He declared It was Impossible for parents to send children to the city schools for years and then expect them to acquire a knowledge of their religion in a few months prior to receiving their first bold communion Father Wilkins said the Catholic church frequently has been accused of being opposed to science He said he not only d6nlefl but resented that charge and said the church not alone teaches the children the things Of the world but also religion He asked it the now school would have been erected had the people otStPhilip Nerl congregation been op posed to science He gave the names of many leaders In drawing med- Icine music and painting who were Catholics He said science was not enoughthere mlftt be religion That the parents must cooperate I with the teachers was maintained byIi Father Wilkins and he praised the parentteacher organizations of the II public schools for bringing this aboutAfter the vespers the Rev Father I Cronin accompanied by Fathers Raffo and Felten and a Iqng lint of priests proceeded to the hall was solemnly blessed aBddedlc lchII When this had been done all returned to the thuxch for tbebenedlcI I I Lion at which the Vicar General was the officiating priest I The day was brought to a happy close with an elaborate banquet for 1 which over 300 covers were laid If dlthej choruses and recitations that evoked I tlSchuhmannI I and besides paying tribute to the great German statesman was most happy in his Introductions Vicar General Cronin said Father Acker mann and his people had reason to feel proud ot their work which will stand for centuries The good that will come from Windthorst Hall ho said wHl be more fully realized when those who are now children there become young men and women Lieut Gov McDermott epblie eld quently and paid nice compliment to the young ladles who served the ban quet expressing surprise that there should Teany old bachelors In that part of thftTJlty Frank Av Geher was the last speaker and his re marks which we g thoughtful and carefully prepared were given doze attention Taken altogether this was celebration that will long re present main a pleasant memory to those MONUMKNT tJNVHUiHD J t t73j jjj The people of the dlooMe of j N kez9v4 hetrI01Qpre a claL3eaCtW Jt 8JtHlrII t n 0- J VI I t U t ti a ENTUCKY IRISH ERICA f 1912PftICEF t the Sacred Heart for our Lord sas ItI is his delight to be with the children ot men and He calls con tinually from the tabernacle Come lo me all ye that labor nnd are youuReref waters of salvation eat and drink that you may have life In you Who soever says He shall eat my body and drink my blood I shall abide Iill him and he in meand as I live by the Father so you live by me The church tells us to receive frequently She would havo us too give ourselves to the honoring of our Lords heitiFoi this has she in dulged that devotion with so many privileges and wishes that the faith ful give their names to the contra ternities established to further this devotion Let this month of the Sacred Heart be marked by loving union with the Divine heart through many prayers and frequent holy communions 0 Sacred Heart of Jesus we inv ploro Gface to love Thee ever more and more READY For the GreatCharltyLawn Fete and Summer Festival Everything is in readiness for the great lawn fete and summer festival1 for the benefit of Sts Mary andI Elizabeth Hospital which will open Monday afternoon and continue three days and nights on the spa cious grounds directly opposite th D hospital building on Twelfth street 4 Last weeks issue contained the names of many of the workers and this week room is made for the fol lowing General Manager Jacob Hubbuch 1 has named on the Reception Committee James J Oaffney Dr Peter HarrytAngormeler to give the glad hand to all1 strangers attending the fete HfiAas also assigned Capt nh P y- tjQt P 11 86 11 IlflfltitiuvI t1e don Sunday ovember 24 when a class of about a hundred will be I added to the Young Mens Institute i That morning the members of Mac kin Council and the candidates witI be present at St Cecilias church when the Rev Father Brady willI celebrate a special high mass The I Initiatory ceremonies will take place the afternoon the State team Owensboro coming here to Iin the degrees Upon the com tlonof tho initiatory work the council and candidates will take cars for the Tyler Hotel where an elaborate banquet will be served President Adams announced four applications and also that many moreI were coming It being his ambition to bring the membership up to 700 before the next Grand Council Vis lUng committees reported Dr J A Casper ill of rheumatism and Ray Bosler recovering from the effects of his recent accident The social club invited the members and their friends to the Thanksgiving eveI dance when there will be a speciall Illumination and decoration of theI hall and club house- BIRTHDAY SURPRISE Last Sunday was the fortysixth anniversary of the birthday of John Fontana the popular saloonlst at Third and Grpen This became known to a number of his friends who determined upon a pleasant surprise While quietly spending the evening with his mother Mrs Catherine Fontana 431 East Walnut street the party arrived and In chided Messrs Dennis Lincoln Larry Laffan M 1 Brennan Logan S hwaner Harry McDevitt Johq Mann Jake Fals Quilo Fontana John Mazzoni Tony Fontana Jamea elll Joseph Fontana Tom Mills ION William Laswell During the andlawere composed of J Mann Harry Mc Devitt Logan Schwaner and Larry Laffan The aged mother and her daughters prepared a most palatable ravlola supper to which ample Justice was done Col M J Bren nan presided at the piano with the ease of an artist and was accom panist when the quartet sang Tho Wearing of the Green Where the River Shannon Flows and a number of other vocal selections The celebration was a happy one for all who bad the good fortune to be present DEATH AT PARIS Patrick D 8h8a former Con federate soldier and prominent tdsnddentack of heart trouble He bad been ill but a few days He served during the war under Gsa John H Morgan and for more than a year was con- fIned asa prisoner In the Federal prison on Johnson1 Island He was a native of Ireland and cam to Amlti1e in 1852 Mr hea Izur Wea by his wife and the foliowing ohlldr ti t ltaud Margaret beAt and Robert and James Shea of Prlanl Ok titiii f Ohr fUi ufi e i n BRIGHTER Gtrows Prospects For Success of Catholic Federation ConveHtioH Every Congregation and All the Societies Preparing For Parade I Committees Meeting With Gen er its and Universal En couragomont MEETING NEXTTKORSDAY Y NIGHT Probably no national organization whose convention was decided to beheld in Louisville not even the Grand Army of the Republic or the Elks Ins met with such generous and universal response from those Interested as the coming meeting of CSocietiesrortytwo efortyeIghtsocial organizations connected with ofCatholic5 peopleIrishD1 and most Important of all Ameri canborn men women and children untintugI work of the heads of tho various committees made up of clergymen notberetororework and many did not understandI federationstanjthio the q uest- th t A U 11- I 1 tor Mayor out the fudges R the beans py registering as a Democrat thinking at the time that the Repub lican party and its appefioTgesl In Louisville were hopeless While trying to create dissension In the Democratic ranks the Pro gressives have overlooked the merry little war going on between their party and what Is left of the G O P the leaders of both being at loggerheads in regard to theirS tickets in the August primary both have to nominate according to law There is no chance at all for Fusion after the nominations are made as there are candidates on both sides blaming each other forth wreck of the Republican party here and neither will help the other to pull hestnutsoutof the fIre ExMayor Grinstead wants the nom Inatlon for Mayor on the Progressive ticket but the younger element want H I Fox who made the race for Congress against Styagar Sher- I ley and his friends finsist that he be given the nomination as a reward for his splendid race behind Roose velt They contend thaj Orbrsteaa has had his hllhceanl should stand ald tor th younger man Anyway there win be fur flyltig In the Progressive ranks Soon as In addition to the Mayors fight many 1of the old Republican officeholders under Grinstead want to try again for the pie counter while the orig Itrial Progressivesi cant see them for a mJriutet On the Republican ticket only one candidate for Mayor las been mentioned thus far that of Robert L Harrl8et member of the Legislature Another bone of contention be tween these two parties is the colored brothers vote the Republicans hoping to get then to vote under the log cabin whHo the ogneWS am them1IniI I J little doubtful about this Many be I lieve tha elderly and illiterate negroes will stay with the G O P while the elite among the colored I folks will adopt the new party for a guide From this IIt can be seer that I the Republicans and ProgressjYes wJll have enough trqubh3 in their own ranks to smooth over let alone worrying over the pQMlble entries I I the Democratic primary III I In a fair and open primary the Democrats will nominate a strong ticket and not as Argus lintimates put up a ticket of favorites and with a solid phalanx of 25000 votes to start With the Democrats have no tear of thb Republican or Progressive opposition or both and feel cnflI dent that the race cviii not even be close as the local Bull Moosers wont have Teddy RooseyertM kite to li Jig onto nxt year GONE TO REST A splendid and exemplary character was called to Ws eternal rest on Friday morning of Wit fM1 when John Conway beloved son of- YrsJullaCi5J1way I 9J7 South Hancoc ztreet suceurnb4 to dread tuberculosis Mr Conway MJMII booVblnd r grd was employed by the CouierJoUmnal Job Printing Corn- parry dtIon Although isnthwoply tbree w M11I of- short II ht r4 with tJ1t p zt f- I been working day anrd night for tho success of the cbnveritibnj now feels that it will be a greater success than his most sanguine expectations led him to believe it would be when the national body was invited to meet Iin Louisville f With the people of fortytwo congregations all United in making the convention a success says Dr Ganz how can it fall And so say all of the committeemen who are giving the work almost as much attention as their own private busiI ness affairs lAlthough no general meeting was held during1 theweek individual committee and congregational meet- Ings were held nearly bvery night and this kind of work will continue from now on up to the meeting of the convention August 18 LOHRETT0 r CentennlalAnnlversaryEx crclses Held Thisw WeekT Wednesday marked the centennial commencement nt Loretto when 500 of Kentuckys citizens of all denom nations Joined in the celebration of the hundredth anniversary of the founding of the Sisters of Loretto at the Foot ofthe Cross the first American rqilglous brder On April1 25 Foundation day the Sisters themselves united to thank Prov Idence forthe fruition which had1 come to the work begun a century ago in the little log church of St Charles May 22 the clergy of the diocese assembled to honor the Sis ters and commemorate the Jubilee and Wednesday Kentuckys Lieuten ant 3qvernor and 4 band of repr sentative citizens paid their respectst and thanked the society for theIi seed1 of learning friendstilp andI patriotism which it had planted wheh much of the State was still a wilderness The diplomas were con foiled by the iRev Edwin Drury chaplain of iLoretto Motherhouse aVery Rev Michael Jaglb PrpgJdent of St Marys eli 4 The funeral of John J Rafforty whoSe death follow da long ITTriess of tuberculosis took plade Tuesday morning from St Louis Bertrarids church Deceased fortyejghtwas I years old arid is survived by two sisters Mrs Thomas Melloy of 1102 West Ormsby avenue and SIster Thelea of the Dominican order II CallahanwidowS of the late Cornelius moves from St Williams parish one lmemberscircle one greatly beloved Mrs Callahan is survived by one son John Callahan arid a daughter Miss tooklplaceI tcdby oncteilthwasJohn Mackey deputy In Count popularresidenttEndsuccumbejitorIIt TuesIdI I mother Mrs1 Emma1 1 Mickey 1901 Griffiths avenife The deceased was well known hn1g1outthe City and at one time waV one of the totf hIS1mothlI Mackey The fiiheral was held Thursday morning jtroiri St Pat ricks church and Wsattetided by a large galherlrig of hVdurning friends arid relatives I Without warnlngdeath came to William Gbgari ag as1xty while sitting in a chair at his home 140 I North Clay street Monday morning Born in Ireland he came itothlsII beenIident of this city Besides his wife he leaves six children Mrs AnnaS ViolaGogah I Gogan the latter a member of thII Louisville fire department Sister I Val ntina of Lowell Mass lsasister Several other sisters and- funeralIof which Mr Gogan had been a faithful member Rev MartIn OConnor officiating at the solemn mass of requiem God called to her eternal rest Sunday evening Mrs Maria Burns who had spent a long and useful Ute la this city and was held in high esteem by all who knew her She was seventyfive years ot age and for some time put bad been in railII devoutCatholicappealed to for aid tort OfJeIn qickrieas and distress She is sur vived by three daughter and one son They are Mrs A J Tompkins J with whom she resided at 132 fou h I Twentyseventh atrst Mrs Naih of Hopkinsvllle sndKrI WlHIaia t toprBwrmaheld Tuesday 0NJJlag frpa tSCfcarles church R y Fatksr Reffo aapxinue 11 PRIMARY ForBoth oithoPolltlcalParties- to Bo Held Sturday August Holts Chances For top Nomination For Congress Already Jonahed E Swager Sherley Ono Best BeI For Democratic Nomination and Election WI M SMITH FOR CIRCUIT JUDGEr Local politics are again coming t the front for a midsummer topici as the first tryout of the new preferential primary will take place partiesCongressCircuit 3 Court and two vacancies in the hoard of Councilmen Matt Holt has announced for the Republican nomination for Congress but has been queered at the outset by the support of the Evening Post and1 some of the recent promoters of the Guardians of Liberty these two elements being directly opposed to the oldline or Bradley Republicans alwayshavei The Post and Guardians of Liberty leaders are Democrats today and Re publicans or Fusionists tomorrow their principal object being pie re gardless or the banner they areIi carrying It is rumored that Emanuel Meyer the only Republi can elected in Jefferson county last tall will shy his castor in the ring and It he does he will have the hearty support ot Senator Bradley lnd the real Republicans which is Jyalent to the Republican nomin Mr Meyers repeated sue Attributed to the bitter him in ev ry cam publlcanRoosevelt organ and the Ic publican poll t who are Won of thi of the Bible In the churche Europe lItwas In 1492 or about the timeI that the first expedition underI Columbus sailed on its voyage of discovery that the Moslem SaracensI I were driven out of Spain but theI Moslem Turks had invaded EasternI Europe and conquered Constan tinople This great city was founded by Constantine the Great the first Christian Emperor of Rome and made by him his capital and the capital of the world in the year 2S5I A D But Constantine had been dead a thousand years when theI Turks came It was on May 29 1453 that theI Turks appeared before the gates of Constantinople The city was taken by storm and that was thlend of What had been the last capital and seat of Greek and Roman civilization and world dominion The victorious cityUkethe rich spoils of Romes world deroftspoils was Constantinos great heat1entemplesplundered of their carvings their columns and pillars of the most Costly marbles to enrich It arid the wlthSacrfdIstones Its splendor VasDQt equaled nor was ita like to ba found IlL the whole world Tho Sultan Mohammed II de mosquebuttM ofIered 7ltb a coat of whitewash which effaced but did not ruin them There has long been a tradition to thcplctureswrought their appearance on the walls of this great church It will be a sign that Moslem power has boOn broken and 11Ellr9pethe coating is wearing off and that some of the outlines o the objects BO long concealed are beginning to appear Of course another coating of whitewash would blot them out again but without regard to tradi tion or superstitions the situation brought about by the present war of the Balkan States against Turkey Indicates the end of Moslem domin ion In Europe la near at hand It Is mush to be doubted If Russia would allpw Bulgaria or any other country but herself to own Constantinople yet jere is reason to believe that Russiasl ownership ot the key city on the shortest route between Eur opeand Asia would be highly die tasteful to Germany and Austria What the end will be can not be predicted with certainty but every layer of Justice must be anxious tpI 50 thiS last veBtfga of Mohammedan I ism expelled frpm territories where Christian peoples live fANQS PENTtj 1 Y ry Rer Di tHogan zeeRtI- yEfthe t 1i ld I kfM I1 44 1 lI J to her tho consolations of our holy church of which she was a respected deceasedladYand most respected families in tho barony and the Immense cortege that followed her remains to the family cemetery at emplemore bore testimony to the respect and esteem the venerable old lady was held i by those In her neighborhood re gardless of class or creed Mr OSulllvan who has lived here seventyeJghtnyears old is the youngest member of this longlived family INTO LINE tSt Patricks Congregation For Catholic Federa Lion Parade EAt a meeting of representative and women of St Patricks par ish Monday night that congregation entered with spirit into the move theoconvention and the monster parade on August 18 Rev James P Cronin V 0 who isi Chairman of the Federation Ad vlsory Board stated the purpose of the meeting after which a perma nent organization was formed with the following officers President t Edward J OiBrien Secretary John Boland Treasurer James P Barry President OBrien pointed to the good the convention would do and the splendid advertisement the Cath ollc Federation was giving Louis yule In this as in everything else he said St Patricks congregation would do its full duty and in every thing pertaining to the conventionl would be found in first place CallsI were made for Jacob Hubbuch Col P J Breeri William M Biggins andl Dr Peter S Ganz President of theI Louisville Federation who outlined the programme and the work that must be accomplished Martin Cusick Thomas Keenan Capt Lovett Magistrate Sullivan and Tom Riley spoke for the men of the parish and it was voted to have a float and march in the parade The ladles pledged their services and will form their organization at a meeting to be held tomorrow after noon It was also voted to send five representatives to the Federation meeting next Thursday night Mon day night the men and women ot the parish will meet again when Chairman OBrien will announce the various committees This action on part of Father vCfpnltt and his- S iiiion gives greal gncourage all connected with both the I national federation I II- Iof dids mercies thQocernor yHt weIshould offer praise and thanks to God for the manifold blessings con earnestII supplication for their continuance The year now drawing to S close has been conspicuous and notable Our republic has been at peace with the whole world our State has hadI rich harvests productive industries happy and contented people findI abundance at home and overflowing markets law anaorder have beeni preserved the glorious heritage oft selfgovernment has not been im paired but strengthened and wher weII may think we have abundant causeI for satisfaction and for gratitude to God Therefore I James B Mc Creary Governor of the Common designateIdar November 1912as Thanksgiving dayand call upon all the people of Kentucky to give thanks and praise to God for the blessings He nail conferred uponi us and to humbly beseech a conS tinuance of his great mercies REPORT ON PRODUCTION Trinity Council YM I hold a well attended meeting Monday evening with President Phil J Saridmanni lIn the chair and heard reports fromi their Entertainment Committee through Chairman V K Ecker productionDollyi time in April and first rehearsals were very encouraging Edward Kelty of the Educational Commit tee urged the mom bOm to take1 ad vantage of the classes which are now being organized under competent instructors Fuller details of this feature will be given all the members later through the Corre LiteraryCommittee lecture for next Monday evening tinder the direction of William Klrch dbefer with views of scOnes of interest from all parts of the world and the committee guarantees both a pleasing and instructive evening CAKE SALE The ladies of St Cecilias church will hold a cake sale at the school hall next Wednesday afternoon and thoirfriendsa euchre and lbttoparty for which many fine presents have been se cured The proceeds will be devoted to charitable purposes GREATTWEI- The great tower they are erecting in San Francisco to commemorate the opening of the Panama Canal Is ornamented at its base with tOUt gigantic statues One of these rep RtldanotherSerra the Franciscan pioneer apes tie of California The tower meas I urea 8JJO fe tfii b lghtlis built on a hill arid Its summit rlitft iVlpQ above the tiea It serves the tHreefold purpos of a lighthouse t metXioga1J osrcator ttiqwhe V 11 te1gra stati9 4 LI II TII 2 HAT 2- II UNI MADE LasAow N t IL REJOICING Throughout Ireland Over jn crease Majority For nHODle Rule niJorchhJgJrtp05 HugeBon fires and Great atfojjSst1IeetlDgsJ V Ready to Coo roteatantsCountrysWellare PRAISE REDMOND AND DILLON The second reading and increasedvote for the home rule bill was thecause of great celebrations thfough a out Ireland Everywhere there was i rejoicing corresponding to that atCastloblnny reported as follows in tDemocratThe verypleasing theownrlshoaguothestreets early in the evening andlater was joined by the Oram bandA formedandbands and 1r- 1 paradingther1 lar atthea huge bonfire pubUeladdressedsoltc f 1PandAIeianderIMriLavertyasked i10hnRedmond r l was greatest preY Mr Jay tocelebrato f tijexpress4ieh BStioU Is anddestine1inthefuturonderfulprogresliand Itstoodmans 11 and ability of John Red IrisParUamenfaryiunique position In We history of t world In fair weather and fd trialIhar4ebipI 1 their con i tBcrvmUdarity 1trrrhet d rttrit inPederfils who want home r round det tJome obstacle to a symmetirlcal settlement on Federal lines owing to the extension as to customs to Ireland of provisions which would be Impossible in the cases of Scotland and Wales This group of dissentients claimed at moment to have no fewer than seventy Liberals but further dis cussion and further explanation of the provisions of the bill removed to a great deal the discontents and anyhow the spirit of loyal support to the Government and enthusiastic support to homo rule by the whole of the Liberal party will succeedIfinally In overcoming this latdifficulty and the Government counts dn practically the same huge majority as on all the previous clauses of the bill The next week will be entirely occupied with the customs and the other fnanclal proposals of the bill and when tho week ends an easy passage of the bill through the Tense of Commons wUlbe abso Jlutely assured Premier Asquith repeated last week his prediction that the bill should get through very stage before Christmas More perplexity and misgiving exist with regard tp the Welsh church dises teT Ushment bill While the feeling of the liberals toward the prlri ciple ot disestablishment is unan- Imous no such enthusiasm Is behind he Welsh lU behind the Irish bill and a small group of Liberals still hold out against the dlsendowment The Presidential election In America excited comparatively little notice In the English press owing to the Immense pressure of the war news and the home rule debates oh their space The main point dEs bussed was whether the triumph of Wilson means a triumph for tree trade or the continued adhesion to protection In moderate form and the Liberal free trade and Tory pro tectionist Journals hammer away on this theme But even that topic sank after a few days into insignifi cance owing othe absorption of England In her foreign affairs and her own internal struggle MISSION A SUCCESS The mission that opened last Sun day in Holy Trinity church at St Matthews has proved very gratifying to the pastor Rev Father Neesen Services have been held every morn Ing and evening when forceful ser mpns have been preached by the eloquent Passionlst missionaries- F ther Benedict Hanley and Simon Herdrlch The mission will continue next week closing on Sunday when the blessing will be given VISITS HIS ORDER Very Rev Leo Greullch p M C formerly pastor of St Anthonys but hoyr Provinciall of the Order of Minor Convcrltuals has been spend therLeeat Syracuse N Yf Jtpr the J TIKHM of visiting the Franciscan belies in his yiclnlty yhlle here the Pro inclal wig the guest of Rev MM phlm Sehlaag at aV Aatii6hy8 I J IJ A rj 12 1 L1 K7 YiG2ISIx AlklEbitI0A1T o Kft1U6KY IRISH flMERIGfiN 1nre1 it tkeSecIi Mi MeraJ A4rtiiceiMMit el Irish AacrkaRs and CaAollcs+ Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CathoHc Knights of America KRNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COramrponted Publisher I INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc tItrAtt the UaltvllU PettetHe uBcoedCiw Hater irm ell Coemalutlm to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Ores St I J LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 8 1912II BEWARE I Local citizens should be careful and not dare express a preference for the election of Board of Educa tion members in November as the Evening Post has already dictated who should be chosen WATSON UNDER ARREST Thomas E Watson who has been making bitter assaults on the Cath oUc church and clergy was arrested at his home in Georgia on Monday on a Federal warrant charging him waif sending obscene literature through the mails Tom will now get something besides notoriety be cause he will not make good his a violent attacks VERY TRUE Boys are not allowed to run loco motives on railroads oven with block signals and other safeguards to protect the lives of passengers But any boy who wants to borrow a powerful motor car and race over the highways at railroad speed regardless of safety or sobriety can do so at pleasure Evidence of the truth of the foregoing can be se cured on West Broadway and other like thoroughfares almost every night CHURCH AND POLITICS The Catholic Citizen of Mil waukee states only what is true hen It asserts that the CatholIc 1 arch in the United States is not in1 Vilitics Its membership is divided v ween the two great political par soiln about equal proportions and L when November rolls around Cath lice will go to the polls and deposit belr ballots for the candidate who their opinion stands for all that best and most enduring In the s life Neither Pope Bishop Ust will attempt to influence k es and if therdld their that it wo11111 it executes the freemans will As lightning does the will of God The voice of the people has been heard and It will be obeyed That Tuesday night the popular verdict had been rendered on the questions submitted to the great Jury of which every voter is a part Acquiescence in that vet diet was assured before it was rendered On March 4 the successful Presidential candidate will take the oath of office with the assurance that the millions of his political opponents who worked for his defeat recognize his authority as Chief Magistrate as willingly as will the millions who clothed him with that authorityHerein lies the strength of our system of government Resting the will of the people as regarded by the ballot box it is the strongest J civil government now existing When It first came into being the j monarchists of Europe sneered at- it ItII and confidently predicted that would be short lived Sixteen m Ion voters calmly determining shall be Intrusted for the next four years with tho guidance of the greatest of republics is the all au Iiiflea dent answer to those sneers those prophecies of failure AI nation of ninety millions quietly registering Its will with the absolute convJctlon that that will will I obeyed Is in itself a proof that t I nation conceived in liberty and I dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal is political sound s t tThe defeat the Liberals sustained Monday in the House of Commo will not affect the passage of ti home rule bill for Ireland Rath r IncreasIngtheand Nationalists from being a1an caught napping Very properly Premier Aaqulth refuses to accept vjjofc f JofIts favor a representative majority approximating 100thThe change of routes Inaugurate d Tuesday by the Louisville Hallway Company gives general satisfaction B cllhannsurpasMd byany city In the country Whll constantly extending do It Unee thtCOJDpanr never neglects I prthoMi i Under eojidKIona that wre x tremely liTttaUalheCatJit ItHoftmaintained dignity due the I I was first discovered by a Mary worshiping idolator named Colum bus If I remember rightly it was a Catholic Queen who pawned he Jewels to outfit his expedition And so on throughout Mr Wlndlo refers largely to history tb I prove what the Catholic church has done for this country and not being i a Catholic his argument is all the more forceful Speaking of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd ho sags that opposition to their mission is an evidence of total depravity To slander them is the sum of villainy What the Sisters believe does not concern Mr Wlndle What they ar doing for the lost helpless and hope less is what appeals to him and ought excite the admiration of the entire world Mr Wlndles reply has bee printed in pamphlet formthirtyt- wo pagesand isa valuable docu ment that should be circulated widely by Catholic societies overt where The Kentucky Irish Amerl can is giving a copy for a limited time with every subscription received An abstract of statistics of the population of the United States just made public by the Census Bureau shows the population of the United States and its possessions to be over 101000000 Pope Pius X was seventyseven years old last Sunday While there Are conflicting reports rogarding his health the Christian world will pray that he be spared for many years t com0 MOURN TIER DEATH Many friends and relatives are mourning the death of Miss Frances C Dowling daughter of Peter J and Angela Dowling which occurrojf Sunday evening at the farol Idence 123 East BrecK street Miss Dowling was a woman of amiable and lovinj 1lnd during her on o tri tne rule n the House of Commons on Veda es day should only accelerate its ipassage The Bull Moose loaders will not contest the election They know Congressman Sherley and Ju Smith were elected JOLLY TIME POP All Who Attend Enter talnmcnt For St willLeos I The I congregationh Iparish Rev John Fitzgerald is pas ontor have completed arrange n for their Jarge euchre and lotto en Wednesday Council Hall Baxter and Mort avenue It is hoped to make t- I event the most successful ever 11tlon congreAmong ve i worthholeparish will have charge of the en Jtertalnment and will act as a recep committee They desire to raise theldhas as yet only a small congregation Father Fitzgerald and his people extend a cordial invitation to x11 and attendbewillheand I ornamental I CATHEDRAL11y There will be a meeting tomorrow tiCathedral I Womannsothes I ateevery lady W I can will attend DIDNT HAPPEN ZOneout the IthierarchYdid not awing the Catholic to Mr Taftas advertised As advertised of course by the of TJugabooville and the St inisters of Gobllntown and ac credited by many prosy woozy mossback persons who live not 1in tsar t othey didnt try to work this smoothgame but You cant convince the for SathatanftietheCAthollclwereprelates to vote for Taft n4dldntIt in fact refused tp do so and to vote for the eon of a will thatgreatt NeffoMthlMeMnwau6tlI Q r r SOCIETY Mrs Mary Meehan is visiting her daughter Mrs Sullivan in Portland Maine Miss Mary Curran has been visit ing at Springfield the guest of Miss Louise Tucker Miss Elizabeth Schulz entertained Tuesday at bridge in honor of Miss Ava Netherland IMias Manila Gottbrath left Tues day for Shelbyvlllo to visit Miss Lydia Barringer IMiss Alice Canty loft this week to visit her brother William Canty at Bowling Green Mondayrfor Dayton Ohio to visit her daugh ter Mrs EC Grumme Mrs Herman Dee Obrecht gave a linen shower Monday in honor of her sister Miss Cora Netherland Miss Frances Henchey who is vis Ming in Cincinnati will return home the latter part of next week Miss Margaret Lynch of West Point is hero for a two weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Thomas Lynch Louise ville has been spending the past week visiting relatives in Cincinnati Mrs P Newman of the West End spent last week with her sis SouthnLouisville Misses Mary and Agnes Driscoll are home from a visit So Miss Kath erine DrIscoll at Benson near Frankfort Mr and Mrs John Gorman of South Louisville have had as their guests Michael Gorman and wife of Paris Tenn Louis Bertrand Reilly is visiting at Evansville Ind as the guest of his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Samuel W Boardman Among the Louisville people reg istered in New York last week were J Doyle Miss Maggie Judge Miss Cross and Miss Flanagan Little Miss Margaret Chester of 246 Pope street entertained a party of her little friends Thursday after siobirthday Mr and Mrs A nounce the engag daughter Miss i to M J Donahj take pine 1 F I Among the outoftown visit seen here Wednesday were Mrs L SpaldingLebanonThomas A Medley of Owenab and F X and J B Dawson of HavenIge1II1ss 1 JastFridayMrsDanielBirminghamMrs YoMissesrkiI I and Elizabeth Vogt assisted her in receiving I I Mr and Mrs Guy E Osterman j warmintheirway on Monday evening After an I Indulgedguests presentII DaUasItSI marriage at the rectory of St Louis Bortr church yesterday evening at thedaughtrMattinglyhis I gabir and Mrs Frank Bauer nounce the engagement of th daughter Miss Mary Ursula Bauer to Harry R Snyder The wedd will take place Wednesday afterno 1 theChurchonthethe Bardstown roadII I The marriage of Miss Julia James daughter of Mr and Mrs John B James and Julius L Bezy son of i Bozqbe will II AlbanyBoth I In the Catholic society circles of t city and the wedding will be antelaborate odeSi Mrs Albert Bauer was the boat f her euchre club Tuesday aftSnoon at her home on the Brownsv Includhaedd Hansen Mrs John Fehr Mrs FrankJtor Rattermann Mrs Henry Leibort Mrs Edward Zehnder Mrs Job i Mrs Martin Ochsner Jrrs Louis Zehnder Mrs Ben Tra t I Mrs Worden I I DorotRiderCat took place Monday evening atIPatricks church The I brldawore a white charmeuse gown carried a bouquet of Ililies of the at valley The attendants were 11tH I Chrltccupldaleft Immediately after the Cincinnati and will later go to Francisco to make their home iin future Mr and Mrs Patrick Hesefen an theitr I ntiIrlBerrdbe solemnlxed witha nmptial M abatethehy I of oelooktrick RtI i wri The briiteltet ka lypuncc nyy WBOM happy dlspositloH Mid1 an r f f t Big Sale of Fine Clothing STARTS TODAY 35 30 28 Values Sale Price 1950Large Umbrellas for wagons special SOc CUNNING LEWIS BROTZGE- N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON The Only Exclusive Clothes Shop For Men and Yuung Men in the City rlago ceremony Thursday when Miss Ava NetherlandmornIngI the bride of Henry J Father Jansen officiating at theII ceremony and nuptial mass Elllse Obrecht was the flower girl and Messrs William Netherland and E H Mattingly acted as grooms men The church was thronged with friends and relatives of the bride and groom among those from a dis tance being Mr and Mrs H F Smith and Miss Alice Smith of Nashville Mr and Mrs C L Neth erland of Cincinnati Mr and Mrs William Netherland of Washington Mrs Fred Snider of Connersvllle and Mr and Mrs George Morat of Anchorage Following the church ceremony an Informal reception was held at the home of the brides mother for the memb rs of both families where the happy couple were the recipients of V congratula tions from near and far ALIIAMBRA Articles of Incorporation Are riled by Louis lie Caravan vfe Last week articles of incorpora tion were filed in the office oflKhe County Clerk by AlSlrat Cardan I Order of the Alhambra an organisa tion promoted by members of we Knights of Columbus The loSU caravan was founded hero SOJT mpnths ago and already has a epic did membership The object of th corporation as expressed in th articles is to unite togethe recentlyOArsmerlcan1iI these com pontes involving millions of dollars i LeiingNewtheroII I tOn ers i O recogI of that great order in Kentucky He Iis also well known on the turf he having bred and developed the vace horse John MeGurk goodII number of other horses well i in turf history Mrs Rogers is a daughter of the late B J Treacy and1 has been for many years eepect well known as a prominent churchi worker KEEPS UP GAIT I Vice President Thomas Lt i kept up hrs remarkable gait ofbringing In applications to Division 4 A O H at the meeting Mond- veninge by addIng sIx more to total having had eight at the1 then8l1stPj Maloney Sylvester Doyle Jgse a Lqlsorihe divisionjhisIlikelihoodaneirj challenge wm be accepted at the andtlgbyonHennessy The Visiting I Committee reported Pat McOulro on I sick list The division trans J acted its regular business hurriedly tini order to attend the St Lot Bertrand Bertrand golagonHall aI1tI fiCol Michael Quinn of Brooklyn I flfCatholic Knights of America t Louis will arrive in the city tomorrow 1 and will be the guest ISSupreme Delegate Joseph P McGinnI tate Secretary John Score and Sta Secretary William Meeham Duni the afternoon the distinguished vls will be given an party President NiCommittee tbtfire department i HIBERNIAN DANCE I The Hibernian Social Club will thenexlof their series of nces on Thursday November 21 t Schreibers Hall Twentyslt h and Bank streets and another good owd is expected to be present as young men in charge of these dolookpleasant evening at their affairslyeI BfJIJIL1IOrRIOI 4 Lady readers of the Ientue American are Invited to visit e electric exposition now being heldlintheKMltucJtyJDleetricConipil1 I J ChetnutHere they Will Wits b1UlShed THE BIG PA- RKRIVI3RVII3W The Show Place of the South Open Day and Evening With a variety of amusement affording a huge treat to the thousands of men women and children of Louisville Free dally oncerts by Don Phlllpplnl and his band of thirtyfive FERRYThe XTRAGOOD VAUDEVILLE Daily Matluees including Sun day all seats lOc Night lOc and 2Oc Free Concerts By Natlellos Band MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS PHOENIX HILL PARK Open Foil the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnic f SocialsIi J O W MAICK1T 17 Between Second and Third INIEDTS 1 OF COLUMBUSL Late News That Will Inter Here and Else IMemberswhere Little Rock a1Iyl 111I There were 123 candidates in the exemplification1 NovemberPennsylvania v erectchtheofbinayrys councilsOre received a la addition to its membership The proceeds of the annual coll Phi1achthe Archbishop Ryan memorial fund A council will be instituted Nat Jvember 24 at Pomeroy Ohio The Business Mens Club has tendered the use of its rooms for visiting Knights The annual reception of Ltbe Council of New York City in aid Its building fund will be held at Amsterdam Opera House n Thursday LoulsvilInle antbackfielders ire New Haven- I Abilene Kas has now a council Instituted November 3 After fifty candidates had received the atljnatlj l 1 were initiated I I La11IIj a memorable day on Sunday 3 The Rev Abbot Paull and dedicated their new hall I ceremonies being followed by a at the Fair Grounds A GOLDAMETHYST ROSARY r costsITop one these in a leatherette box and a ChildhChilddmonthly Twenty thousand of them l veitl If you cant afford the send only a quarter and we send The Child Apostle for a to your boy or girl We will them a Chrltsmas card telling m of your kindness Address The McCormickiry CONDUCTS RETREAT hit thePaiIBonlstroad is eonduflting a weeks for the Sletere of the Good pherd at their convent Bighte MadisoB ttr allU I INs NNNNANNNNM NNlNON 1r NNNSlN- NINFANCY LAGES FOR WEDDING AND SUMMER DRESSES STJOH AS Cluny Baby Irish Ratine ftesiS Each Be IIReal Handcrochet Handcrochet waistsdieLimi- tation Medallions Yokes 10c for Cluny LacesWidei widths bands and edges como in nrfhlto and ecru at yardlOc to lOc Valenciennes Laces French and Gorman make broken match sets at yard4cDainty little Venice Lace Edges and Insertions for finishing necks and sleeves at yard S5c andEdges 2c1NewBandswhitelaudC1 Novelty Lace Bands for trimmings white and dressI JociRealI English makes i yard InscrtiOnSandji iiedgesJ io Irish S3c IIandII i Real Linen Laces Gorman Jifflglish makes andl yard u 10c t tionsyard I r lOo New Maltese Lace Come in cluny effects dainty trimming for lingerie waists or dresses inser tions and edges yard 7c 500 yards of Real Linen XJluny Laces All wide widths insertions wide bands and wide edges values 25c to 39c a yard per yard 18c Filet Laces will be much used I1 1 yard18cfor summer dresses nice bands J New Maltese LacesCome in cluny effects dainty trimming for lingerie waists or dresses inner tlona and edges yard lOc J Wide Cluny Laces Bands and J Edges white and ecru yard lOc Allover Black Silk LaooNewl- ots Just in yard 75c J Real Linen Cluny Laces J Extremely wide much used for dress trimmings yard S6c Allover Black and White Laces for yoking the kind that washes yard25cINow Linen Laces All real clung patterns insertions and edges J yard 5c IWide Cluny Laces Bands and Edges white and ecnf yard 25c grOURTH I NONiNnNiOiNSHiN0iSiltlHi0i0i0i1- L 88 8XOff8S H GOOD COFFEE rcfinemeatlookedWell within the reach of every mans pocketbook 1500 2000 2500 CUNNING LEWIS BROTZGE N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON Mens and Young Mens Exclusive Clothe Shop JASJ NAUGHTON Jos N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only reTelephone Uand We Send For Themr- e lHome Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS Pci S iIU Dollarofi I theThati you spent for something you did not NEED would have atarteda i SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open Dally Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m IJB ftftifi im Il KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional PhotographersI Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CAMS PICTURE HAMIMQ 321 Kept1sffartrot f Uulirltfi Southern Star Block Coal I 4 PER To c Youll be more than satisfied with this wendleIOSS- YYardsFirit and A Pope and Payne Flftenthand Magnolia rti SOUTHERN COALANDCOgECO INCORPORATEDtJ en jrJ n o l I JIhwTTHI t K NIUdKY ISHAJM RrCANJ s 1i NOW I FOR GAS STOVES LOUISVILLE GAS COII I AWNINGS AND TENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale orient We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST r sR I BE SURE TO CALL FOR MCKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield KvWe D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT e DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET LI 11 I v v Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETIgi TELEPHONE 810 + I iI HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 SONSNEFUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS sEs East ain Stree1 FOR RHEUMATISMIAM FMUELLERS RHEUMATIC REMEDY Works wonders on any Rheumatic subject regardless of the form Whether MUS CULAR ARTICULAR SCIATIC or INFLAMMATORY actually relieves the pain after taking four doses and safe for the most delicate stomachs or systems For sale at all drug stores liDo and 1 Prepared only by KAMPFMUELLER MANFG COMPY J i 108 East Main Street Louisville Kentucky i John B Ratterman 1117 W MARKET ST r Funeral Director and Embalmer Telephone 1180 CBe THOMPSON FLORIST1 ONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 53S FOURTH VENUE Beth Tlepbesel1050 All orders receive prompt attention sled satisfaction guarant- eedHERRMANN BROS ratPOatxas EiNIt WINE5ANDLIgUORS Pktlliers and Wbolaalel Deal n era In Finest Brandi of KM tiekyWblakke eepwtallyl Pearl of Nelson JIOftIDJNBO D i14ff IM WTN I T OMASKEENAN Funeral Director and ErbalurTE- LEPHONE 365 All nightc1225 W MARKET ST HBqSSEcSON Funeral Directors and Embalmersl ass FH1t 41KiY ftIt 4 1 1 I OP COLUMBUS 1KNIOOTS Nevys That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere A council will soon be institutee- at Ontario Ore Big initiations were conducte- last Sunday at Crawfordsrlllo andl Vincennes lad The membership of the two Mil waukee councils to bo merged this tall Is now 1200 The idea of erecting an eight story building In Portland Ore meets with general favor Arrangements for the Supreme convention to be held at Colorado Springs in August are fast assuming shape The anniversary of the council in Minneapolis was celebrated by the Initiation of a class of fiftyone candidates j Knights of Dayton Ohio have WesttCarrollton their vacation The initiation at Indianapolis when eighty candidates were received Into the order was pro nounced the best ever witnessed thereWisconsin Knights appropriated 11000 for St Pauls church at Mad Ison and also 500 for the chaplain at the Boys Industrial School at WaukeshaThe of Toledo have pur chased the handsome Newton res idence Jefferson and Sixteenth for their new club house The purchase price was 20000 and 100000 will be spent in remodeling and making additions SURPRISE MARRIAGE Miss Mary Margaret Cronin daughter of Mr and Mrs Daniel Cronin and William P Schlmpff two of the most widely known and popular young people of Jefferson vlllo sprung a surprise on their many friends Tuesday evening by going fluietly to the rectory of St Augustines church where they were united in marriage by Rev Father John OConnell While it was known they were sweethearts none of their friends knew the wedding was so near Bride and groom are now at the home of Mrs Meters on West Market street Jeffersonville where they are receiving congratulations from friends and gobd wishes for a happy future CLOSING EXEROISESI The children of St Cecilias school will hold their closing exercises in the school hall Twentysixth and St Cecilia streets next Wednesday evening at 730 oclock Tickets of admission are twentyfive cents MISAPPREHENSION Thees in le of thVD and J ibC1U1er CompanS udSUrt1 K iKenedy Sons of New York has led some to confound that house with that of Wyilam H Sadlier 13 Barclay street New York City This is a mistake as the sale in no way affects the business or publications of William H Sadllor who continues the same as for years past PRESIDENT IS MAYOR Hon C H Marr recently elected President oT the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America Is Mayor of Wyandotte Mich under the commis- sIon form of government SUMMER SCHOOL Formal opening of the twenty first annual session of the Catholic Summer School of America at Cliff Haveri N Y will take place on Sun day June 30 The lecture programme will begin the following day PROTESTANT GENEROSITY A magnificent bronze and brass fountain surmounted by a statue of Our Lady of Grace was recently presented to St Benedicts College at Atchison Kas by Thomas M Walker a Protestant gentleman COMING CATHOLIC EVENTS June 8427 Ninth annual meet ing of Catholic Educational Associa tion at Plttsburg June 2228 Thirtieth International convention of the Knights of St John at Toronto July 2128 Fiftyeighth annual convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Ladies Auxiliary In Chicago August 68Supreme convention of the Knights of Columbus at Colorado Springs Colo August 1821 Eleventh national convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies at Louis ville September 22 25 Second meeting of the National Conference of Catholic Charities at Washington Dc The subjects for the second session will be taken from The Relations of City Conditions and City Administrations to the Poor SMALL BORE MILES Nelson A Miles Is a pensioner of the United States Government The money he receives IB contributed by Catholic and Protestant alike It was so contributed while he was still In the army If he Is true to his blighting convictions he will scorn to receive tne Catholic portion of the fund that goes toward his support Will he do it JJot In a thousand years He Is of too small bore I TIMELY ADVICE At a recent missIon held In the Cathedral at Chicago Tartar Fagan spoke and here sa paragraph from his address x would not have you all vote one way Weao not want a CatooUe politics party IB this great V rIIIrII be flood men yoomlTes t ffl u fLjLf Hot Stuff r inEdinEinEi i ClotheSMens Featherweight Suits from 5 u- pLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET The Bright Spot L in Louisville I Views of IrelandII Genuine Photographs 6x inches Make beautiful pictures when framed Price 15c each two for 25c M CREEDON 4543 Cottage Grove Ave- Chicago IllI Did It Ever Strike You That For 15 Years We Have Made Old Hats Like New National Hat Cleaning Works CON J KOtB Prop PANAMA AND STRAWS CLEANED and BLEACHED Home Phone 5161 533 West Market Street Give your boys an education that will prepare then for Ufo ST XAVIER i COLLEGE L 11 W Jioa4wa1 ulI KV dnducteWUl y1hllu ltrotlierCl Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymnasium I Terms Moderate Bro James Dr I is WE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND HAND 15 FOOT ROOM SIDES AND CEILING FO- R35O GULLEY WALL PAPER STORE Seventh and Oak Sis Cumb S 2692A Homo 6226 HENRY flUNOLD DHAIXR IN Staple and Fancyy Grocerto A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Horns Phone 4330 524 Wi WALNUT i HOME PHONE 3924 j red T Heffeman Grocery and Cafe FINE WINES AND LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCO N W Cor 35th and Madison GIVE ME A CALLn LBrownfie1dOo1 I 553 THIRD ST Engineer and Contractorf STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING a Dont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 7114- 6LEAVES NICE FLAVOR An apple or orange placed in a box of fresh cookies will keep from drying out and Impart themII licious fruity flavor tA cut in the cake box will keep cake fresh for a long time- S c- WJLIIITEElJBprrED Samuel M WJlhite of this city was last Saturday elected President of the National Association of Con trollerli and Accountants at their con oftherrecognized by the kiociatl6n for years and no pets eeleeUon for the poeitloA could to ids j OAa18 I 1Sa1tud11MhI Mtxtwrt lor eoyyonrmw Iff Nt IIAYDENLENNOX Combination Makes Colonels a factor In Pen nant Race rejuvenated Colonels underI ITheI of Manager Jack Hayden and Capt Edgar Lennox will begin a fivegame series with the Milwaukee Brewers this after noon and incidentally endeavor to help the visitors clinch their hold on the cellar position which they captured since the Colonels woke up As stated In these columns the chief fault of the team was its lack aggressiveness under Manager Tighe and that with an injection of fighting spirit no change in the lineup was neceasary The proof of this statement was borne out the very I next day when under the new leader the Colonels went at their opponents from the tap of the gong and swept them off their feet winning a dou bleheader Manager Haydens first move was a direct proof of his own good Judgment by appointing Len nox as field Captain this selection meeting with the entire approval of the fans who realize that in our sterling third sacker the Colonels have a man who will steady down the youngsters on the infield and be- n valuable aide to Manager Hayden In conducting the team The Hay den ennox combination Is a guar antee of firstclass baseball and many an exciting thrill is in store for the fans from now on till the end of the season A doubleheader will be played with Milwaukee to morrow VISITORS AT TRINITY TrinityIing William A Link of Mackin JosephSbany were present and delivered short talks concerning the Y M Ispart in the national convention of the Catholic Federation which will be held here In August It was de cided that the Y M I should be represented by a handsome float in the big parade and committees from the different councils will be ap pointed to arrange the final details APPOINTS GRAINGTR Gov McCroary last Saturday ap pointed exMayor Charles F Grain KentuckySClay of Bourbon county who re signed last month Mr Grainger was a member of the first Racing Commission in this State and his re- appoIntment will meet with general approval His term will not expire until 1914 WASTE OP MONEY The dally press reports that 26000 cork helmets v J li were 1e1 t sold by Col Bingham a r n ment Depot in ffeffersonvlllo This one of the ways in which the Gov ernment money is wasted Supplies that can not be used should not be contracted for nor accepted CATHEDRAL OF CHRISTENDOM The great t silica of St Peters iin Rome which is the Cathedral of Christendom was one hundred years In building and cost not less than 50000000 a sum equal In our day to perhaps 150000000 HONOR HOLY NAME From January 1 1912 to April 20 more than one hundred and fifty Holy Name Societies have been established in the United States east of the Rocky Mountains LATEST IN STYLES Another fashion that will not down is the ruche and the scarf The small hat still reigns supreme and is being used for even the most dressy occasions The white serge coat and skirt suits are even more than usually good looking this year Taffeta frocks with tunics of musline all selftoned are much worn for afternoon affairs The white stocking has arrived In Paris and is evidently going to be the thing for this season Tulle ruches In a vast range of colors are being worn especially for afternoon with light toilets Newest shaped turbans are called the Girondist and are shaped like a maws oldfashioned silk hat Linen parasols show little that Is ew except occasional oddities of shape and novel flowered designs The ever popular leghorn hat lined with a darker shade is prom t inent on the list of correct headgear For small kimonos and dressing Bacques batiste lawn dimity trimmed with vat lace are cool and pretty Challis is a practical material for an early morning negligee for it Is trifle warmer than most other suitable materials and washes as wellThe lace tunic is just as much In evidence as It was last season the principal difference being that this years offering Is shorter and always sieeveleeePROUD OF PRESS IPROUD the Ethics of the Press at Holy Cross College Wor Maw the Rev IFJ McNiff J thus stated the purpose of the Catholic press Side by side with other newspapers of various kinds and purposes there lies grown up a Catholic press of which we may be justly proud Its worth Is freely acknowledged by many of our brethren who are not of our faith for they as well as our selves recognize that the efforts of the Catholic press are not for thee widening or a gap between HB and- O fellows but art rather for the drawing of us together In a united yor tor the uplifting of pure dolI ERANK FEHR BREWING CO PO Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KTi JOHN B FRANK WALTERS1 Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horn 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCIIERTOWNi BREWERY ELERsEBRATEDJt7 10 l VO UJy dV Tlfr y BOTH PHONES 89i LOUISVILLE CW I Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 Y TIrE WIEDEMANNINCORPO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flavor ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky OL- DFORTUNA tc tM nBOURB0Nf THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COXMOORPORATXD DISTILLERSWINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS1 7 NJ 1ULTZiCLEANER ANDDYERGive Us Your Work We Will Do It Right PRESSING Work called for and delivered HOME PHONE 3431 1120 WEST MARKET STREET f BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both PlOties 223 HAVE OUR WAGON CALL AND DELIVER YOUR WO- RKTIERNEY TBi GlianirC- kaetex Md Presekjc ef Ltdks 14 Mits Oftmcitit All NMrOaxGMt- i1631oWstfY 1833 Pirtlud Inl1trk f H 1 WI t- I HEIRHAIJIPl Jl PDL5U DYER AND GLEANER rIt Ladies and Gents WiarlneAppim J WORK GUARANTEED Phone aoas 528 Fifth Strait ForestersGreatestI Order la tie Worltf Memoirs in flood StudllCI50OODI hath biMflU paid lIMe wtiftliri 1IIIH0J- OIN NOWcWM OALLAIMAN State Orc ftlz r271l W fIf CENTRAL FURfITURECD Incorporated 4 N Wr Car Thfri H4 6rM fta We farnltk th home oo plate a W WYia1C WL ULLAiI4N Mar sIssh 0 r r- n T- t u n I n t IJ b Ecc- n LRs Y 10Fi7E11IOAfiT r THE BIG STORE LOOK HEREYOU CAN SAVE MONEY Backward Season Sale BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT ITHE BIG STORE 1MILTON MARBLESTONE co A FOR EVERY FOOT Emerson 1 ShoesFor Men BETTER SHOES NEVER VOLZ MICHAEL WEST MARKET STREET life ZfL DAYTONSuQerior to wheel built Guaranteed VLany5 years Comes with G and J tires coaster rEquippedrq J 424 West Market Between StIIPoirth and Fifth FIT IN Duchess ShoesFor Ladies MAN MADE 336 220 and DAISY A goodracket for boys or girls 125 LOBFullsize racket for 200 ESSEXWellmade and goodstringing 250 PRINCE OR COURT for 300 PREMIERHas double cen ter stringing 500 Full line of KG s1attedThtrat ets upt the new Palmer model at 750 PRACTICE BALLS 25c CHAMPIONSHIP BALLS 32c Wright and Ditson Good rich 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HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Bring your friends and neighbors to Phoenix Hill and make this years reunion surpass all others A new division has been estat llshed on Walnut Hills Cincinnati with a roster of sixty members President Cusicks rule of calllhg his meeting promptly and adjourn- Ing early meets with hearty ap provalDivisions have all distribute their tickets for Juno 24and members should dispose of them before that date The State convention will bring goodly number of visitors to Louis yule Plans for their entertainment are now being discussed The Irish history scholarships provided by Milwaukee Hibernians are worth 400 each In addition tei medals are given as prizes Medals have been secured by the Hibernians of Manchester N H for distribution to Jhe local school that are teaching Irish history Division 3 meets Monday night when President Hourigan will name committees for the Phoenix Hill cele bration A big meeting Is looked for Fifty members from Milwaukee attended the initiation last Sunday at Janesville Delegations from Madison Racine and Kenosha were pres entMembers of Division 1 are urged to attend the meeting Tuesday night President Cusick and the officer want to make a number of appoInt- ments Mrs Mary Daley National Treat urer has organized two splendii auxiliaries in British Columbia one at Victoria and another at Van couverThe Hibernian Building Association at Manchester N H has re calved 2900 pledges for its under taking and makes the new buildingr possiblePresident Con Ford and the men bers of Division 2 will complete their plans for the County Board outing flt the meeting to be held Wednesday night The presence of every member is requested Every member of the Ancient Order should see that ten of his friends are at the Phoenix Hill celebration on Monday evening June 24 They will thus make this years even l the success all hope for Hn Ireland members are giving in telligent consideration to the na tional health Insurance act and the benefits that will be derived there from Lectures upon the subjec are being delivered at division meet- Ings in all parts of the country Every member of the order In this city should lend assistance In making the Phoenix Hill celebration the greatest ever given by the Hiber nuns of Louisville This can be done wi Jjyif1 effort See tha allt yo r glibare I apUQaleug tit e p hadI raqr o glnsnn SJ1J au commemorate aen7Ynil xi Snf Gen Charley Francis Meagher Gen JamesI Shields Cql Michael Corcoran nndl Rev William Corby all veterans of the civil war The meeting of the Ladles Aux lllary next Wednesday night will beI full of interest Plans for their StateI and county conventions will be giver attention and other business of Im portance will be transacted Mist I Mary Corcoran the President asksI for the presence of every member SACRED HEART ACADEMY The annual commencement exercises of Sacred Heart Academy Crescent Hill will take placeI Wednesday morning when a pro gramme of more than usual interest will be presented The graduatesI will be Misses Elizabeth Morgan Marie Fossee and Lillian Ackermann In the academic course while lit erary honors will be conferred on Miss Mary Matthews In music Miss Esther iBoyer and Miss Marie Fossee are to receive honors and in the art purse Miss Genevieve Boersig will receive the honors CHANGE OF DATE The date of the annual picnic t- ob given by St Leos church of Highland Park has been changed from August 255 to August 29 so as not to interfere with the annual picnic of the orphans which is announced for the former date The St Leo icnlc Commltee is issuing combination ibooks containing many valuable prizes to be disposed of The closing exercises of the school will take lace tomorrow evening at 730 oclock in the school hall- sTENGFLBRIBCLIFP Invitations are being Issued for a eddlng of more than usual Interest which will be solemnized at St fionl lace church with a nuptial mass on uesday morning June 26 at 9 oclock when Miss Clara Stengel wnlJJ become the bride of Richard hlrcllff The bridetobe Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob 1 Bt tengel of 1403 East CBreckinrldge ireet and has been a prominent guro in her social set Both young I aople are well known and popular hiL the Highlands and many friends are tendering them hearty cpngratu lations FONTAINE FERRY Fontaine Ferry is certainly the td eat spot for the people of the Falls it- JCitIes Everything is Just right for f a park party whether It be large orr1 jtttat a family affair The free con irts of Natlellba band are splendid traction arid his diversified pro ib fiinmes are meeting the public 1 tute AU the park amusement de viQtee are in operation and are pop lar with allelaesea of visitors The sj mdevllle bin announced for next t- wek ilId fair to eollpte all other I kpwjl yhlch KW appeared here Gee th opfnlrttf pttiUt eammar t lionttI lr fticr4 ADEN A GIVES Green Trade Stamp With Family Orders For ICE- CREAMPHONES Sl8 AND 584I Factory 309311 S Second Street FOR Furniture Of ill Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to iiW F MARKET MAYER S- TMONUMENT Having purchased the emir stock of Monuments the late Muldoon Monument Company we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to improve their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us a call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Co SOCIETY DIRECTORY AJQ EC DIVISION 1 Meeti at Falls City Hall u Flra and Th rd Tuesday President MArtln J CusIck Vice Preslden Charles JFlnne gantReew lagJ U Financial SecretaryJoseph Far- relL Financial SecretaryTos B Far IreU 1808 West Market TreasurerThomas P Lawle- rSergeantatArmaLouls Roller Sentinel Hemry McDermott DIVISION 2 dents first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellow Hall Sixth and Wal nut street- sPresidentCon J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Treasurer James Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J OKeefeFinancial SecretaryJohn J Keaney 1607 Dumes- ailSergeantatArmsJ Charles Obst SentinelEdward Brennan DIVISION S Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteenlh and Portland PresidentHugh HourIgan Vice PresidentJ M Maloney Recording SecretaryThos Stev ens Financial SecretaryJohn 0 Session 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn J Barry Financial SecretaryThomas J angan 807 West Oak- TreasurerThomas Downqy SergeantatArms John Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott Y 3MC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank O Adams First Vice PresldentA C Link Second Vice President William IUhn Financial Secretary Wm Link Recording SecretaryRobert OS j borneCCorresponding Secretary George 1 J LautztTreasurer Robert T Burke Marshal =FredSchulereInside Sentlriei Peter Ahdrlot I Outside Sentinel Joseph Higgins a DECIDER ON BANQUETii Local courts jfttthe Catholic Order Foresters apfltaking an active part in the preparations fort e- meeUngot the Catholic federation 1 landl several of the members have ic ietf hOIorEd1JY appointment to i prominent committees In order tp i wA com l fthe visiting Foresters io the Federation meeting it has been sided to hold a banquetat Zon dn Ferry Park some evening dur I- tijf the nine The IIlgh Chief Raseer of t8avlrdfr Thomas 3 1 rthotf 6f ll o114e auaong 1 ir ijp aiHil J t IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A well known Armagh sculptor recent1yfoundThe Rev Hugh McEvoy of Lur gan has been appointed parish priest of Maheralin Dr William St Legor Moorheai of Dublin was appointed medical officer of the Clifden dispensary dis trictThe Klllarnoy Board of Guardia elected Dr D T Sheehan as medical officer for the Mtlltown dispensary districtSteps L are being taken for the establishment of a cooperate bacon curing establishment at Omngh Thd interest good will and fixtures in the Cavan Oas Works have been sold to Messrs Lockington of DundalkThe Asylum Committee appointed the Very Rev Canon Spratt of St Marys Clonmel as chaplain to the asylum The late John McKenna merchant at Dingle left personal estate valued at 90000 which he bequeathed to his wife and children The lieltrlm County Council decided that the sum realized by a halfpenny in the pound voted for scholarships be given to Galway Un i verslty Poor law relief In Macroom Unto it was stated at the meeting of the Guardians had In three years been reduced over 10000 owing to old ago pensions The Committee of Management of the Wexford County Infirmary elected Miss Annie Coffey of Chelsea a native of County Limerick to the position of nurse While playing on a raft in Lin erick docks John Kllleen aged sixteen accidentally toppled into the water and was drowned The body was recovered soon after It is understood that the drainage of the Owenmore river will soon be proceeded with This will confer untold blessings on the farmers that have land convenient to this river At a recent meeting of the Monat han County Council permission was granted R McMurray of Ballyba to erect poles through the town for the purpose of lighting it with elec trlcity The people of Abbeyfeale have decided to erect a memorial to lhe nemory of the late Dr William Mc- CarthY and a representatives com mlttee has been appointed to carryout the project Thomas Sheridan of Navan bas been appointed out of tour applicants to the vacant rent collector ship for the divisions of Ardbraccar Bectlve Navan Tara Kentstowr Ardmulchan and Pat q tojyji t 4 AThera ls otJbld condetad houses Vff Austin Friars Mulllhga which hve to long been an eyesore to that portion of the town are itn course of demolition and will be replaced by a nice row of comfortable cottages Dr F C Ellison presiding at ia meeting In Castlebar to arrange for a fitting celebration on the occasion of the consecration of the Most Rev Dr Higgins as Auxiliary Bishop of Tuam said it was a source of grea gratification to the people of tha parish that three natives of it now held Bishoprics their new parts Driest Dr Higgins the Most Rev Dr Gilmartin and the Most Rev Dr Ludden Bishop of Syracuse NAZARETH The commencement exercises at Nazareth Academy which are al ways largely attended will take pine Thursday For the accommodation of those from this city a special trailr will leave the Tenthstreet station at 7 oclock In the morning reaching Nazareth two hours later Return- Ing the train will leave Nazareth about 3 oclock The alumnae reunion of the academy will not taki place this year until October whet Nazareths centennial celebration for which elaborate plans are being made will be held- SILVER WEDDING Mr and Mrs William Kuper of 634 East Burnett avenue will tale rate Sunday morning at solemn hilgh mass at St Elizabeths Catholic hutch the twentyfifth anniversary qf their wedding They are the parents of six children ranging in ge from ten to twentytwo years They have two grandchildren Mr J iuper isa sheetmetal worker and Isi present employed by J F Wag leI Sons having worked at this trrade for more than twentynine yenni RIVEItVIEW With thee warmer weather the crowds are increasing dally at River view Park The conditions at River vl evv were nor better for the en joyment of the people at this season the year The music played by- Don Philippinl and his band pf thir tyf1ve musicians is at alt times popular and the splendid perform j ices in the theater are attracting largeand well pleased Audiences A Of the outdoor attractions are 11ii treat business and carrying as many people as their capacity ad teQOMAHTTEEON REVISION Hon James J Regan National PresIdent of the IA 0 H has otfi Hy annoubced the appointment of the following committee draft the constitution of the toreIof thebefore the meeting convention which convenes insChi cago on Tuesday JuI116 James iriahan Minneapolis M JBarryr ColumbUs Ohiot gel JODrlenII ohmona lndi IPhillp Js Sullivan lompouv1U i 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