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PATRONIZE Second and 13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 29 1913 PRICE FIVE FOR MEN Knights of Columbus Inaugurate a New Religious Actirity in Louisville First Annual Retreat Opens at Cathedral Wednesday Evening Sermons Will Be Preached by the Eloquent FatherBenedict Ilanlcy C P t NONCATHOLICS ALSO With the approval of the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue Louisville Council K of C will Inaugurate a first annual re now activity In Its treat for men which will be held at the Cathedral beginning next Wednesday evening and ending on the following Sunday evening April Hanley C P of the Sacred Heart Retreat one of the most popular of the local Congregation of Passiont Ists who Is widely known and admired for his learning piety and lovable dispositionhe Knights will assemble at their home on Fourth avenue at 730 oclock Wednesday evening from where theCathedralKnight Col P H Callahan There they expect to find many others beenextendedthe city asking the men to attend and bring their friends with them Every Catholic and nonCatholic man In the Falls Cities is extended a cor dial and hearty invitation to be present at all of the retreat exercises The retreat committee con sisting of Rev Edward Does Chap lain of the council Rev P M J Rock rector of the Cathedral and Messrs Leo W Goss have been busily at work perfecting arrange ments so that the slightest detail will be cared for The evening services will consist of the Rosary sermon and benedicttion and i will begin at 8 oclock Each morning at 715 oclock theretwill be mass and a short but Saturday afternooiandnigh- will t be devoted to confessions Sun day morning the council with the other societies and men will ap roach holy communion In a body at a special mass at 716 oclock and that evening the retreat will close with a sermon and the bestowal of benedictionThe announced b Father Benedict are as follows Wednesday night The Shame of Failure Thursday morning iFalth Thursday night Just Retribution Friday morning Work Friday night The Sdclal1 Evil Saturday morning Love Sunday night Every Knight a Man Congregational singing will1 also be a feature of the services an no more majestic or Imposing spec tacle can be afforded than that of thousands of Catholic men pouring forth to Almighty God their thanKs- giving In song Annual retreats under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus have become a great feature of the religious life of many pities through out the country The first such Lenten retreat was held In 1904 In Cleveland and the Idea was at once taken up by councils elsewhere wjth pronounced success Retreats have been given In Atlanta Toledo Mil waukeef Chicago and other large cities where the Interest among non Catholic as well as Catholic men Chlcaliothesimultaneously so that during the samo week everybody bas TM op portunity of attending at a place convenient to him This movement has received the unqualified approval of tile hierarchy and Its members haye been only too glad to give their time to Its advancement The most brilliant orators In the ranks of the church preach to large and repse sentative bodies of men upon these l1 exemplifylnge evident by the religious stimulus derived from the spiritual and moral benefits gained by I the exercises TEST TUBERCULOSIS CURE Convinced that Dr Peter Duket a Chicago physician has invented a serum that has and will cure tuber W1111amLorimerlaboratory to put this and other serums to the strictest scientific tests This laboratory will be established In connection with the medical department of Loyola Unl rerslty a Jesuit school In Chicago and will bo called the St Ritas Laboratory because Rev James P Green the President of St Ritas College was the first person to Interest Mr Lorimer In the discovery r labostorypatbologlstforwho will be assisted by Dr Newman Dorland the welt known author and professor of the Loyola Medical School The laboratory will be equipped In every way and facilities FriedmanBerlinwho of will make application The testa openallto r culbeU of the lungs The whole t KENTUCKY IR1SII AMERICAN IVOLUME CENTSi preacherwill medical world will be Interested InI these tests and if the Duket serum is a success It will bo the greatest cure of tho age Mr Lorimer and Father Green have both examined Ur Dukets cures and say that if appearances count for anything a remedy has been found for consumption and that when the laboratory experts are convinced of the merits of the new compound It will be given to the world for the benefit of all humanity GONE TO REST Mrs Theresa Walter Dach er Expires Tuesday When death claimed Mrs Theresa Walter Dacher last Tuesday morning It was to give her that great eternal reward which she has won through zeal and piety as well as a cheerful and charitable disposition When the sad news became known much sympathy was felt throughout the city because it lost one of its older and most respected members Mrs Dacher was one of the oldtime parishioners of St Martins church and her regular attendance as well- sa her zealous spirit in all church work made her well known to priests and people She was etxtythtwo years old and for some time had been In ill health but she bore her suffering with patience and fortitude until suddenly stricken with apoplexy at her home 1015 BardsI ttown road Survivlhg her are three sons Magistrate Frank Dacher John and Joseph Dachera daughter thliraFrank A Walter proprietor of the Claystreet Brewery and Henry Walter a sister Mrs Josephine E I Kleier and one grandchild The funeral was held Thursday morning solIemnone of the largest seen in that church for many a day BARRY REUNION Quartet of John J Barrys Get Together This Week iFour John J Barrys held a little reunion of their own In this city Wednesday afternoon John J Barry the phenomenat shortstop of he Phlladelhpla Athletics John J Barry tho local Democratic committeeman John J Barry of the New Haven Echo and John J Barry of the Kentucky Irish American meet Ing by appointment at the Louisville Hotel from whence they went and posed for 01 group photograph which was quite a task as every time the photographer would say Mr Barry move over a little all four would move and County Assessor Ed alsoyget confused and think It was his move The Philadelphian who Is an ardent Democrat as are the other John Js was taken through the City Hall and Court House to meet 1some of the Democratic officeholders and was then introduced to Frank McGrath Scott Bullltt Bar ney Campbell M J Brennan Will dlam MvDevltt and other local leaders who assured him that he was right in the home of Democracy To cap the climax while the quartette of John Js were making the rounds another John J Barry from Detroit I called at John J Barrys place of business on Market street but could not be corraled In time to make ii- a It quintette I I l 0iii More Names to Be Added f fto Mackin Council Roster Frank Adams presided over the meeting of Mackln Council Monday night when three additional appllca Ions worn filed bringing thq nom I ter awaiting initiation up to slxteefi I Many others are expected before the thejclntes cities to be held soon Arthur I Cusick and Will Rlhri who were inured last week were placed on the sick list An important communica tion was received from Robert Tr GrandCouncil betakenInterosin t thcommitteen o charge will soon have ready plans w1llbl1 proval after which the city will be divided into districts and a commit Thedancoattendance enjoyedI ITAlIlLLVYSi CANDIDATEi j byUleI erse of New York City to put forward t Judge Victor J Dowling for1 Mayor the campaign will be on a high plane Judge Dowling has made a record in tho Assembly in the Sen I ate and on the bench But it is a record that IB not likely to entangle him with the issues that may be ex I parted to come to the front in the next municipal election police putshlmIf you can Fortunately for the party he repreeeats he Is a man who it exlg Bcles arise coq hit own platform And when that Is said much is Mid t I r I fALLACY Supposing Necessary Relations Between Wages anti Vice in Cities Father Peter Diet Discusses Woman and the Wage- Problem Catholic Thoughts Which Should Be Taken Into 1 1 HOME VERSUS CAREER There Is a great deal of hysteria In the present ferment about white clavery low wage slavery vise commissions and minimum wage for girls and women writes the Rev Peter E Dietz who has given much study to the present day labor and social problems There Is reason fore ferment of course and In tho end common sense will dictate a way out and It will be a road to progress At the present time public opinion though properly aroused- Is largely In a chaotic and unformed state It Is not our object to go into the merits of the detailed matters at are Involved in tho discussion the dally papers have amply taken care of that But we want to put much emphasis upon several Catholic thoughts which ought to be taken into much more consideration before public opinion crystalizes The elemental truth that girls and women belong in the home can not be over emphasized This Is the larger background Into which the present agitation must be detailed By nature and by grace woman Is destined for the making of homes and rearing the children The mod ern Industrial revolution has vio lently torn woman from her native soil and outraged nature Is wreak ing her vengeance on the human race and upon women in particular The lowered status of woman is one of the penalties for the decadence of true Christian chivalry Now that the latent sense of honor among men has again been quickened there Is hope that the result may be a back to the home movement for women In the light of this fundamental truth wo may regard In its true proportions the other subsidiary truth that innumerable girls and women are compelled by whatever circumstances to enter the factories department stores and business of- fIces etc Modern development has taken from the home many of its activities that formerly fell t women but may we not ask why our progressdoesprogress lighten the burdens of humanity and particularly of woman Where is the beneficence of all our improved machinery If It iIT meant only to swell the coffers of those that own it and does not at the same time enter Into the plan of divino redemption from the curse l hardlaborcheapfquences is with us and society mus deal with it The preference young women for industrial and mercantile employment creates a supply in excess of the demand This naturally keeps down wage- and at the same time creates the co related problem of domestic service regulativerrglsTaton tht effectfot trt fair living wage to women as well as establishing more sanitary mini thduppiybrlngaboutwOmepGalthingspreferred Attheyoungwomen wheretheywould not only be more wholesome particularlyallaptecl thtraining dre them samotimee setbackThe other truth that wo wish to presentagitation theSocllilstdtormihiammaterialistic conception of the Js doctrInec themoneyandcondtict whirItwortwhileh mparlson char9cteraree souls of men and women It would I domInanto lnvestigattonawa r displayedthatneceaaari i poorpaiddonewhenprothatv highwagesmust not be put because it lea lie and a convenient excuse for weak padbeer 1 in Tettlgation must not produce de moralizing refults Ifrli a deplorable fJ i fact that low wages may be a factor In the ruin of many girls it may be a contributing factor in the general problem of prostitution but every one knows that the girl animated by pureUtetions and that she would rather die livIngWithsentiment there is hope that the present agitation will result In true reform for womankind BfCKHAMS Chances For Senatorial Nomlna tion Due For a Severe Body Blow- Constitutional Amendment Will Eliminate Himl From the- M Contest 1 t Primary Law Section ItcquircsI Nomination From Date of May MEFFERT OUT FOR AUDITOR With the almost sure prospect insight of the adoption of that constitutional amendment which requires the election of United States Senators by a direct vcjte of the people Instead of election j by the State I Legislatures the chances of capturIing the Democratic I exGov Beckham are dwindling I every day in spite of the boasts of his advance agent Gen P Haly I who in an Interview this past week jI i stated that Beckharn was having nominaItlonrecent election was 219000 while the Republican vote combined amounted to 217000 which in case the flatter+ two fuse and in all probability they will leaves a bare 2000 votes In the Deri rats t yheiri the full voting strength and this candidate for than reason can not I be Beckham whoiif given the nom ination would losa at least 20000 votes in Louisville Lexington and Covington where his popularity has been very much oil thewane past several year This makes i tlcpartytoi I Beckham or lose the United States partyTheof the new primary law Is reprinted In answer thoe time of securing signatures to nom inating papers and the time of filing same Each Signer of a nomination paperforwhere more than one office of the same kind is to be filled by the same voters at the same election In which case a voter may sign for as many beflItedandpaper SHALL DE dTHAT HE INTENDS TO CANDIDATENAMED this residence and street number 1If any and the date of signing N nomination paper shall be datse be flied and no signature shall b counted unless it las been affixedI to such nomination paper and boar date within sixty days prior to th sameThe as can be seen wjll require candidates to begin se theed as we call special attention to eachI signor of a petition will declare h Intends to support the wiles 1 1from signing papers promiscuously although there Is no way to comps 1 or tell hdw a man east his vote DeputySherlfrattached react Is the latest announced can didate for City Auditor and Mr Mefforts long connection with th theatrical business and other enter prises has won him many friend- and followers in addition to th duringhisCongressmaSwagar week has again agitated the question tof the distribution bfple In the local Postofflce and Custom House an our Congressman his been urgently requested to put forth his best endeavor at Washington in rewarding eethei faithful Democrats who have waited fill these years at the p1 counter while the haughty Republicans I now in control lived off the tat of the land Fred T Heffernan candidate for the Democratic nomination In the Inhisexpectedbringthis coming week MONUMENT AT CLONTARF A movement to commemorate the battle of CtontarTVas started at t bitnauet of the Irish Fellowship CIu of Chicago Tieia at the Hotel LaSalle St Patricks night The beGitInvltodment to be erected eh the ancient battlefield which is situated three miles outside the tcity of Dublin The battle resulted Ina victory for the Irish and the Danes were driven from the Emerald Isle The battle ot Clontarf was fought on Good Friday tou FOE ALL Syndicalism Hearing Its Threat lug Head in the United States Property Destruction and Disre gard of Law Its Chief Tenet t Facts us to Its Origin and Scope As Avowed by Lenders OPPOSED TO THE TRADES UNION The strike of the Akron rubber workers has introduced Ohio to Syndicalism which it is declared threatens to bring the world face to face with the greatest crisis of 2oderncivilization The most succinct definition of Syndicalism which can- eb given is that it Is revolutionary Industrial unionism It is Socialist but it repudiates the prevailing form 01 modern political Socialism it is an exclusively labor organization but it Is opposed to the orthodox trade unions and particularly to the American federation of Labor It ton conglomeration of revolutionary trade unionism Socialism Anarch lAm special feat ures of its own Syndicalism Is in ternational In origin and aims to bo ultimately so in scope It was hatched in France a dozen years ago then taken to Italy where 1 it flourished and grew among the Anarchists of that country without however attracting any particular attention but it made the world sit up and take notice when it crossed the Channel to England and managerialdirection strikes in that country within the lodgmentInChicagolout n outside the inner circles of revolu tionary Socialists until the textile strikes at Lawrence Mass last year and this year at Akron The Ameri can Syndicalists are the Industriali Workers of the World better known Wt 1 andiformally declared in official utter acknowledgedleaders observed that In some countries more stress is laid on some of the othersFirst e earners Into Industrial groups In stead of craft unions as Is tho rule nowSecondFostering the spirit of Isthet bittern the part of all wage earners against whodoI who are capitalists or who re lvellhooEincomfromof all forms o parllad ofthegovolnment representativeFourthIndifference to all amelit sodae1 Fifth Especial opposition to theppjfce and military thngeneralstrikelh bImprovements loboeandpurposesas industri countrySeventh sabotagethat themeansdlstrlbulionuo operatloen public InterferQ productloen themeansn industrials ofcapitalismgenetstrikec nedeeeary compensatlontQNinth Tha anIndustrialberuledach toIke snowparlia ments congresses legislatures and andadmfnlstratlvo courtsnogovernJUent monarchicIsawfulmovement noterevolutionarywhoapsertsnomeanR tibo SotarIsbum reminlscencesotProudhon andotLlJssAnarchists believe In the aboJltlonof all forms of government as now In operation but they also cents m regulationfnduatrby1f I r ferent industrial groupsand they I claim that this Is all the government which would be necessa- ryDISAPPOINTEDI But Catholic Knights and Ladles Hold Big Meeting Though greatly disappointed over the nonarrival of Supreme Press dent Stan and Supremo Secretary Hayes who could not reach this city from Chicago because of the suspension of train service the Catholic Knights and Ladies of meetingWednesday ing thronged to the doors and all the branches well represented Thomas Keenan Sr occupied the SupremoVicewho expressed regret at the ab sence of the Supreme officers Reviewing the history of the order founded In this city twentythree years ago she said the Knights and Ladles had now branches In fourteen States and had paid beneficiaries tHolleythothe largest in the State had w fiasorder and made a strong appeal for Its continuance and growth Others called upon were Charles Thoben Miss Rena Weisenberg Magistrate MissKatieSchwaninger and Skelly A splendid musical programme wan rendered by Miss Marie anti James Dougherty GormanTite cluded with a dainty luncheon MissMargaretand Mrs Margaret Foley Another theSupremeLoulsIlle CLASSYT Will Be Trinitys Produc DollydDollars It has long been an established fact that no two men have don more toward the advancement o light opera and musical comedy 1 in America than Victor Herbert and Harry B Smith the former as com poser and the latter as librettist It TrJnltyCouncili i thattnlghtsofAprilf ter one of the best musical comedies twotamousbrilliancefrillg melodies snappy dialogue and last but not least staged and costumed in a manner dazzling to behold It has TrinityCouncil onlytheSites Dolly Dollars will surpass anything star given by them before Trinity knows that the public ex I operaI I lag has been loft undone to give the I surpriseIi provesfI o of tho rehearsals claim unanimously that Miss Dolly Dollars will make itskIndHI15EKNIANS aneI d Boom In the 9fseveralDivision 4 A O H last Monday evening at Bertrand Hall that the duforand causebeingsplendid St Patricks day entertain ment which reflected great credit on I the order and again to the i County Board which under the leaI ership of President W J Connelly I harmonIzJngI I andAndrewmembership by President HennessyI Limerieboysrecent successful Initiation about the andDavecelelblatlOnthe entertainment was the most historylorI career as a veteran menber I CARDINAL SUMMONED VicarGeneralSaturday1843Tho1 althoughn gravely ill of Influenza for sometime caused a fooling of great dis I tress in Vatican circles and through cut tho world The fatal termination of tho Cardinals illness was con theVaticanI cause him grief on Easter eve butt was difficult to hide the fact long as the Pontiff frequently inquired regarding the condition of his Vicar General whom ho heidla great affection u h1 EAT ROSA BREAD UNION rADE Labels Redeemable at KIrbys a and IOc Store XXXNO WELCOME participation Suddenly SIXTEEN More- Consideration BUSINESS Signatures 1m andfProgresslve majorityof Of andNlhlllsmwlth ThirdRejection Local- Divisions I WINDLE Pays Respects to A P A Men ace and Notorious Tom Watson Editor of Branns Iconoclast Ridicules Fake K of C Oath States Lord Baltimore Establish ed First Home of Itcligious Liberty 1 CALLS WALKER AND WATSON In spite of all the denials and challenges for proof Tom Watson who Is under Indictment in the Federal courts for sending obscene matter through the mans and the lthy little Menace assisted by their Ignorant cohorts in the Guardians of Liberty are still busy circulating what they claim to be the Knights of Columbus oath C A Windle editor of Branns Iconoclast and himself a Protestant pays his re spect to these worthies in the following l fashion The object is to slander and rob Catholics of their rights as Ameri can citizens It is unnecessary for Knights of Columbus to deny that this oath is a part of their ritual It bears Internal evidence sufficient i languageIndoes not belong to this age but to tthe period in history when Catholics and Protestants sought to extermin each other by fire and sword his was before Lord Baltimore ofMarylandtheistorianl religiouslibertyworld aCatholicsophistryand factThepracticallyIdentical totheJesultshundredo infProtestantLeague CathollcIsmstained pages of history with blood and tears aretrYIQg ofichapter of human mlpurpqsw + theIconoclastcompelledlo tothese olic I refuse to remain silent when fnethelrpocltetsprejudiceandtradtcted lies soon pass for truthsand for this mybusinesslightthroughhellborn JUYpathway constftuto societywhose fromthoduesisuchoenough to write it In the ritual of CommQnsense athingndWatsonblindedbyreadyitoofliterarycheapn9toretycoffers But many Protestants aregetting their eyes open to the real forrperloIayor hisbooiMilkeFourProtestantstthinkingthem ofColumbus thattermsame as the Modern Woodmen and other fraternalorders Will Editors Walker and Watson oftheirbetlndPJeasewildhauntshorrIbleoathbus in fulfillment of their oaths ever attempt to extirpate Masons oftwhat dIdthesespare age sex or condition Their society has been In existence nearly r istwhichsomehangwasteb9UburyaUveuptheinfantsheads r where did it happen That rot about employplacingCatholic famlUesammunltion havebeenWatkeland t ofColumbusandfrightenthe form pf an path They Have not llclbutthoJlcatholleth 0 IH T a 1 KENTUOKY X r8H A RIOAN nh G 1fiMLR16flNtentH to the Social tad Moral Uruce caeit olt Irish Amerkiai and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated utlllhr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc 1L Bntrd it eke Ualirllt PottoHtc Se ndCI JJ fUtUr ureu all Conmosicstleu to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN J19Z1 West ones St 1913LOUISVILLECIVII SERVICE SHAM Local Democrats and others Inter ested In good Postofflce service are anxious to see the new administra tions announced changes which have been needed hero for several years especially when they Know discrimination has been one of the chief characteristics of some of the officials The plea for civil service protection now by some of this class Is humorous to say the least 4 1 t f 7i COMPLIMENTED Never was a demonstration more unmistakable In Its meaning or edifying In Its sight than the gather Ings of Hibernians and the Ladles Auxilary receiving holy communion In a body In the Catholic churches ot their offering of love the country as and loyalty to the church bequeathed them by St Patrick the Apostle ot Ireland Hero ln Kentucky where their number should be greater the Hibernians are to be complimented on their love of their church and country and their allegiance to the Ideals of their patron saint This method of observing the feast of St Patrick has aroused enthusiasm everywhere and met with the approval of Bishops and clergy who one and all compliment the grana old order DEARI DRAW With the above words and undo the heading A Bull In a Chin Shop the editor ot the Courier Journal makes another attack upon William Jennings Bryan for his St Patricks day address in whIch the Secretary of State congratulates the Irish people upon the fact that within the next two years they can celebrate home rule and the freedom ot Ireland Marse Henry Is becoming old and childish and can not well conceal his love for everything English For years past he has bean a better friend oi the English Ipbrylhan of the AmerlcanDemocrat Since his employment by Andrew Carnegie at 1000 per night little attention has been paid his flippant charges and glittering generalities Our neighbor who has spent much time abroad especially about election time remained In his own country last year with what results all know And everyone knows that he would have been the bull In the china shop were he permitted to have his way Hence his unceasing hatred of President Wilson and all connected with his administration Bryan did not Insult the people of England He merely commended the action of the House of Commons approved by the great majority In England all In Ireland and all but 0a few In the United States and the other countries of the world WOMANS THRONE Their best friends cant help but think that suffrage would be a loss for women because suffrage Implies not merely the casting of the uallot tho gentle and peaceful fall of the snowflake but suffrage If It means anything means entering upon the field of political life and politics Is modified war In politics there Is struggle strife contention bitter ness heartburning excitement agi tation everything which Is adverse to the true character of woman A Woman rules today by the sweet and noble influences of her character Put woman Into the arena of conflict a v and she abandons these great weap ons which control the world and she takes Into her hands weapons with which she Is unfamiliar and which she is unable to wield In the divine distribution of powersthe duty and the right of protection rest with the male It Is so throughout nature It Is so with men It is a great mistake It Is a fatal mistake that these excellent women make when they conceive that the functions of men are superior to theirs and seek to usurp them The true government Is In the family The true throne Is In the household The highest exercise of power Is that which forms the conscience Influences tho will con trols the Impulses of men and there today woman Is supreme and woman rules the world WILSON TUB LT3ADER From sources regarded reliable Dome word from Washington that k President Wilson proposes to be not only the titular but the actual leader of hia party during the four years of hta administration Wher u ever the Democracy IB lnneed of aid Mid comfort k will give it He will be interred in tat elections only if thYlIaTI a national bearing U n His attention will be centered chiefly upon Senatorial and Congrcsslonp elections He will direct his efforts toward the appointment to Washington of men who will support the legislative reform programme he wIll advocate He will be slow to Indicate a preference between Democrats though he will be inclined I tl favor candidates of tho progressive persuasion Factional fights w111 not attract him On the other hand he will urge that party differences be composed and that harmony 1 be established AWFUL The loss of life and property train and flood this week has beenl most appalling All sections of the country have suffered and great distress prevails Every State every city and every community should not stop until every possible assIst- ance has been rendered those who have been so sorely stricken While the storms here were severe the damage was trifling- nlMIGHATION I DISTRIBUTION There Is food for thought and much truth In the declaration of Rabbi Henry BerkowItz of PhIla- delphIa that the real problem which confronts us Is not restriction of immigration but the distribution of the immigrants America has not yet been discovered by most Ameri cans Millions have never penetrated beyond the Atlantic seaboard What we need are more people who have the ready and venturesome spirit cof the pioneer Instead of a helter skelter haphazard migration of the nations let us have a carefully directed distribution of the people 1 to the place of selfsupport and Independence and we shall have less need of sustaining charities for those who become helpless and jails for those who become worthless In the present scramble Above all Its other qualities we admire approve and applaud the National Progressive party In the State of New York for Its brazen Impudence declares the Independent Republican New York Time editorially when commenting upon the latest pamphlet its legislative committee issued Easter Sunday In Louisville was a bnlmy and pleasant daysunny wIth the sunshine of divine love RECENT DEATHS Funeral services over the remain of Thomas ONeil Mills son of the late John and Julia Mills were held Tuesday afternoon from St Patrick church His death followed a long illness of tuberculosis and for some- tIme past he had been under treatment in one of the local sane brining He was a nephew of M J Caulfield and Is survived by three brothers and four sisters The funeral of James Jenkins aged thirtyfour was held Monda morning from Holy Name church Rev Father OConnor being the celebrant of the solemn requiem mass Deceased was a telegraph operator and with his wife Mrs Mayme Jenkins resided at 3834i Grand boulevard Many sorrowing friends were present at the sadI obsequies Mrs Bridget FInerty aged eighty and for many years a resident of Louisville died Tuesday morning at the residence of her daughter Mrs Michael J Doyle 1425 West Jeffer son street where she made her home Besides her daughter she leaves one son Lawrence Finerty Her funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Patricks church of which she was one of the oldestl members Funeral services over the remainsI of Mrs Margaret Tully aged seven tytwoI a beloved member of St Colurabas parish were held Monday morning Rev Father Kallaher beI- ng the celebrant of the requiem mass While her many friends are grieved over her death they feel she has gone to her reward Mrs Tully is survived by one son Cornelius Sullivan 4029 West Chestnut street and three daughters Mrs Andrew J Weikel and Misses Nora and JosleI Eulllvftn Death claimed Thomas Egan last unday and St Patricks parish lost pother of its pioneer residents He was seventysix years old and resided with John Egan 122 North Eleventh street His funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Pat ricks church attended by many of his old friends and associates He asa lifelong and respected citizen of Louisville and a veteran of the civil war Twentyseven years ago he lost his eyesight and had since made his home withI his son John Egan QUICK TMB It takes threw MeG cfor as elee rie upark to coos ta Atlantic oee by hloablI SOGIETY K 11 O Mr and Mrs O H Wathen arc I visiting in Chicago itlss Julia Corbett has returned from a visit to relatives in Frankfort Mrs James Wathen of the High lands has gone to Lebanon to visit relativesI Mr and Mrs W H Duane have gone to spend several weeks fin California Mrs Roy Wharton Deer Park had as her guests last week Mrs NorrIs Pallen and son Logan Mr and Mrs Dennis Carrol who have been spending the past month In Cuba and Florida have returned Mr and Mrs W H Newman have had as their guest for the Easter season Miss Sue Elliott of Bards town Misses Adele and Margaret Con niff are home from Irvlngton whereI they visited Mr and Mrs Jerry Tllford Mr and Mrs James P Edward rnd sons will move to their country home at Prospect about the mlddl of April Misses Bessie and Mary Fisher entertained a large euchre part Thursday evening at their home iIn PortlandMiss Katie Lynch who was the guest of Mr and Mrs Thorns Lynch has returned to her home at West Pont Leo Meapher left Saturday ito spend the Easter holidays with hit parents Mr and Mrs M J Meagher In Frankfort Miss Loretta Conway of Plota Heights entertained as guests last weak Misses Mary McGinty and OneIda Shelton Luke Moran and wife and MIss Margaret Barrett enjoyed a pleasant week end visit with the Misses Foley at Pewee Valley Mrs Ann Casey who was the guest of Mrs John King in Jeffer Bonvllle has returned to her horn In Anderson county Miss Alma Gleason of Lorett Academy spent her Easter holiday with her cousins the Misses Rile 1204 West Broadway Miss Adelaide Crush entertains II Tuesday with a delightful tea iiia honor of Miss KatherIne OBrien c Chicago who is visiting here Miss Clara Angemeler who Is II student at Nazareth returned Satur day to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Harry Angemeler in the High landsMiss Honor Murphy Is spending a few weeks at the home of Mr and1 Mrs W H Duane on Bonnycastle avenue during their absence in Cali fornia t Miss Louise Smith of Chicago who has been visting in Nashville has returned to the city and Is the guest of Miss Irene McCabe it Crescent Hill Judge Charles F Price and wife have returned from Texas where they spent the winter and are oc cupying their apartments in thej WelsslngerGaulbertI Misses Ophelia Steadman May bolle Hannen and Maggie Maoj Llllls who are students at Cordome t Academy spent the Easter holidays at their homes In Frankfort Mr and Mrs Edward Keating I sons who have been residing at Danville 111 have moved to this- city I and will make ithelr home at Twentyfourth and Broadway Misses Frances and Helen Malone returned home Saturday from Naz areth ito spent the Easter holidays with their parents Mr and MrsI John I Malone in the Highlands Jo A Hoerter left Sunday for Rochester N Y to attend the con vention of the Protographic Dealers Association of America He sI SpringfIeldIHenry where they spent the week visiting relatives CONTINUED The euchre party that was to have been given the first of the week at the Catholic Womans Club by tho ladles of the Cathedral Altar Society has been continued to next Tuesday when all tickets will be good Games will be played both afternoon and evening and the ladies will be pleased to see all their friends present The awards will be many and handsome FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours devotions place next in this city at St Anns hunch Seventh and Davies avenue They will begin with the high mass tomorrow morning under the direc tion of the Rev Father John T Hill the zealous pastor who will be assisted by a number of his brother priests For this occasion the altars nnd sanctuary will be artistically decorated and brilliantly illumin ated and at the evening services sermons will be delivered by elo quent preachers These beautiful devotions will close on Tuesday WALNUT THEATER One Day Miss Cecil Spooners dramatic version of Elinor dlyns latest novel is announced for a weeks engagement at the Walnut including the usual matlneee The producers have provided the play with a handsome setting and an ex silent cast The role of Opal will1 be presented bylUIMI Marlon Hutchins who brings to the charac ter beauty and dramatic ability Robert BrliUr will beeeen an Paul thte imadcap young lover t ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection TRANSYLVANIA dRA2Nt 1 ECO Canada Ben President Sixth Building + t 01 + + t t + 11 + H+++t 1 4 +3 t4 4t H+ f 3 3 0 ++J +1 + t 11110 + to I or 1 J Jo +++ + fEi u+t ++0 WF tst + A tt o2+t 3 to 1 I0Ii WIN A DIAMOND RING ticketIiIi The method to simple Just ask your friendsi andneighbors to save the products tt Companysa corner Third and iIt rag to calland see This wonderful discovery has 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or your o money refunded that is OXYTONIC f itIfI your skin is rough and chapped from the use of cheap soaps just try 6ur anti ourTestore and we will refund your money not want your money our goods tnot prove just as we recommend them our demoustration at TaylorIsaac Company Drug Store Corner Third and M i iSee or call at OXY=TONIC COMPANYS STORE ii i 446 SOUTH INCORPORATED SECOND STREET il MN + 000 +1 10 + + t+1o + + eo N eoN oe Hra raaaaetatONE OIl THESE DAYS- f One of these days It will all be over Sorrow and Joy and loss and gain Meetings and partings of frlcnd and lover Bliss that was ever so edged with pain One of these days will our hands be folded One of these dayscwfl the work be done V v Finished the pattern our lives have molded Ended our labor beneath the sun u One of these days will the heartache leave us 11One of these days will the burden drop Never again shall a hope deceive us Never again will our progress stop Freed from the blight of vain en deavor Winged with the health of Immor tal life One of these days we shall quit for ever iAll that Is vexing in earthly strife One of these days we shall know the- d reason tHaplY of much that perple- xessnowOne of these days in the Lords good season Light of his peace shall adorn the brow Blest though out of tribulation Lifted to dwell in his sunbright smile Happy to share in the great salvation Well may we tarry a little while ANOTHER AUTO VICTIM sWllllam Cummins an L and N fireman residing at 614 West Oak street is another victim of the reckless chauffer and automobile Sat urday evening a big touring car going at a great rate of speed plowed through a crowd of people at Third and Oak hurled Cummins a distance of several feet and ran over his prostrate body crushing three ribs Left unconscious the unfor tunate man was carried to a nearby drug store and medical aid summoned after which he was removed to his home The criminal car driver made his getaway despite the efforts of the police who had prac tically no clew to work ota LOOK FOR THE LABEL IThere Is a new label for every purchaser to read who goes to market in New York Cold Storage in letters not less than two inches high must by a recent State law be distinctly printed on a sign to ac company all poultry fish and eggs that have been so preserved and the length of time that these products may be kept is limited to ten months So eggs that were laid last June can np longer be sold as fresh in Januar1Flsh and chickens can not be withdrawn from market and kept on ice a year or two until the public is willing to pay the speculator a premium for their release Instead when fish and chickens and eggs exist in abundance end can not be stored away indef initely they will have to be offered at figures low enough to Induce tho cheaper prices 1s the direct result consumer to buy Fresher food and that the new law alms to secure ODWHORORJEWBLRY A lump of thorplaceil In a case with steel Jewelry will keep It bright n E N flenl Supt L Bruner Floor Paul Jones to most KMTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where During the month of April ta council will be instituted at Elkton South Dakota With an enrollment of flftysevei a council has been instituted at Cohassett Mass The last monthly report show that HUe Rhode Island has a mem- bershIp of 3382 With New Hampshire added thin tysix States have made Discover day October 12 a legal holiday The council at Albany Ore has presented a set of fifteen volumes of the Catholic Encyclopedia to the Public Library of that city Hope Council of Providence R I is planning an old times night for April 23 It is ttteritftentlon to bring to the city as many as possible of the founders of the order The Knights of Columbus Glee Club of Portland Ore occupies iia- I rather unique place in musical cir- clesI In that it is the largest lodge organization of its kind on tho Pacific coast and the only K C glee club west of St Louis Many Louisville Knights will go to Bardstown tomordw to witness the initiation that will take place there They will go on a special train leaving the Tenthstreet station at 8 oclock in the morning A number of ladles will accompany flu partyNext Tuesday evening Toledc Council will tender a reception to Rev Thomas Redding and John Mc- Cormack the Irish tenor The following Saturday Father Redding who Is Chaplain of the council wl1r sail with Bishop Schrembs on a pilgrimage to Rome CUBS VS COLONELS Weather permitting the Chicago Cubs under the leadership of thou snappy manager John Evers will play the Louisville team this after noon and again tomorrow and iif showIngEvers aggregation is due to lose at themelineuptheAmericanare more than pleased with the showing thus far of the new re cruets and If the new first baseman Weinberg and our third sacker Niehoff will adapt the hustling tan tics of Field Captain Rudy Hulswitt presentInfieldthus far it is still pretty hard to toll enoughforwill have to be selected from lurch Stansbury and possibly Os borne or Nicholson With another pitcher of seasoned calibro the team would be ready for the pennant race President Wathen and Manager Hayden should be much encouraged by the interest shown thus for as the fans are ready to support a management and team that Is trying HORSESHOE LUCK There is a legend that the devil nee asked St Dunstan who was oted for his sfcll in shoeing horses to shoe his single hoof Know ng who hiss customer was Dunstan tied him tightly to the wall and pro MACATJLEYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday April 7 8 9 MUSICAL COMEDY Miss DollyI DollarsI VICTOR HERBERTS GREATEST SUCCESS BY Trinity Council Y M 1 I Musical Club PRICES25c to 100 Seats on sale at box office April 3 MISS SHIRClIFF Mgr W P HANNON Prop HANNON 1VIluuINE Y NP14N4ISJNNMNNS4N NN Attractive line of seasonable Ladies and Children Hats now on display You are invited to call and inspect same Prices right 528 East Market St Between Jackson and HancockIANO RAGTIMEpri G Positively Taught In Ten to Twenty Lessons Write For Booklet J FORREST THOMPSON 2822 W Madison St Shawnee 2174 RIDE A BICYCLEHealth hnd Pleasure will be yoursyour financial surplus will increase you will be more Independentyou can go and come when you please But get a good Bicycleone that will stand the test Get a Greyhound Bicycle Sold by us and used by satisfied riders for many years Wire and SH ron Works 217 WEST MARKET STREET rThe Last Dollarl =Ml That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a Ijtt SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR tt must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the Co dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank I and Trust Co m Fifth and Court Place- R Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m r w ceeded with his Job but purposely put the devil in so much pain that he roared for mercy And it was not until he promised that he would never again eater a place where he saw a horseshoe displayed that 1 Dunstan would relieve his captive This story in some measure explains the almost universal belief that a horseshoe over the doorway of a room or house will bring lack to they dweller thereinlli- ii J ENTUOKY A RJCANt HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J4 SONSeFUNERAL DIRECTORS I AND EMBALMERS 83S Easi lWain Street lC f Eie ii THOMAS KEENAN I Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREET fytfffQffft Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 81O tt tt tt tt It D J DOUGHERTY S J MCBLLIOTT a DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1 All Call Answered Promptly Day or NIght 1231 WEST MARKET STREETi t t t t- OLD FORTUNAa rBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO IKOORPORATXD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS + att+rr A + FIJE WINS AU OHII01 845 West Green Street UQUOkB 31GAZ11I SbPpescanCall and lee us FORA DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor go to WM F MAYER f 413 W MARKET ST B HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era In Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Talelses 198 JS4 SIXTH STREET CENTRAL FURNITURE GO Incorporated NW Cer Third aid Green Sts We furnish the home cone plete oa easy pfiymente WM CALLA9 IAN Mar Sitarerio un WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee March 30 GREAT LOVE STORY ONE DAY Elinor Glynns Latest Novel Marion Hutchins and Robt Brister Supported by Strong Cast Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mat nees 25c- Nights and Sunday Matinee 25c 3Sc SOc EXPERT PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING Voicing Action Regulating Prof Walter Klaussner 403 SOUTH SECOND Home Phone City 7195 H BOSSED SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers CS1O irajHT- elephone A v131 U1022 alv your boys aa dneattoa that will yrtpar them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 113 W Broadway IjonJarlll Ky Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Fool Well Equipped Gymna Ium Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr JOHN B STRUBEL JJEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market Stt HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ALl WORK GUARANTEED t a U f NNN NN NlN MNNOfWNiN NNMNN ONNNNi Ni NNN- HE I It CfOVATM Advance Sale of Wash Goods and Linens Come In and See These New Materials We Know the Prices Are Low White and Colored Wash IINew Materials Spring For Wear Early IMPORTED WHITE BA TINE40 inches wide with new fancy borders this seasons most popularstyles regu lar 100 quality special O C per yard OtJl FANCY NUB AND CREPE EFFECTSAlso Crepe Ratines and Crepe Voiles with ratine 8L39C WHITE VOILEWith neat ratine stripe 38 inches wide Splendid weight and quality usually sells at 98c spe 75ciall per yard C IMPORTED ENGLISH VOILES In all the new stripes and checks designs and colorings regular 35c quali ties special iper u ir yard JtJc ttCOLORED NUB colorings RATINES also white with colored and drawn I borders values up to 85119 special per yard C eote e e4 ISG S SV- ebe FRANKFORT Knights of Columbus Are Again Move on Lively On Easter Monday evening Frankfort Council K of C celebrated with an open session to which the Catholic men of the city were invited that proved highly enjoyable to the large number present Inter esting Impromptu talks were made by Lecturer H F Lutkemeler Grand Knight J J King Rev Father Flynn and others Imme diately after the social session a buffet luncheon was served by the Entertainment Committee Thurs day night Frankfort Council re sumed its weekly series of euchre dance parties with a good attend ance On Monday April 7 the third of the series of historical sketches will be given These historical papers are creating widespread in terest among the members and in crease the attendance at meetings Several applications for membership have been filed and It is confidently expected to have a class of thirty five or forty for Initiation by the first of May The Executive Com mittee that will have charge of the Fourth of July outing are at work and promise to make this annual event the greatest yet given WILL SERVE REFRESHMENTS The Young Ladies Sodality of St Johns church will entertain with a euchre and lotto next Wednesday afternoon and evening at Trinity Council Hall Baxter and Morton avenues the afternoon games to begin at 230 and tlfe evening games at 8 oclock Coffee and sandwiches will be served and entertainment will be provided for those not dealt ing to participate in the games PLANS FOR HOME The Knights of Columbus of Frankfort are considering several sites for the erection of a home of their own and It is probable that a decision will be reached at an early date Plans for the building which have been submitted to the com mittee indicate that it will be one of the finest K of C Homes In Kentucky POSTPONED The euchre and lotto party that was to have been given at St Michaels Hall last Tuesday after noon and evening was postponed be cause of the bad weather It will take place next Monday when a number of pretty awards will be added The proceeds will be for the benefit of St Michaels church FOR MEMORIAL DAY Louisville Camp of the United preparingforday and therefore requests those who had relatives in the army from April 26 1898 to February 2 1902 and who are burled in any of the local cemeteries who died In the service or since to man their name and address to Adjutant M L Wachtel 1345 South Floyd street It is Important that the cemetery In which the deceased lies buried be stated as Louisville Camp wants to visit and decorate the grave of each comrade nOSPITAJISALEORDERED Judge BuskIrk of Pabll Ind presiding in the Clark Circuit Court at Jeffersonville sustained the salebterty In that city Recently a number of suits were brought agalnet the Institution which vaulted in the 7 Longcloths and Soft Nainsooks ENGLISH LONGCLOTH Chamois finish 36 inches wide 12 yards to the piece 125 value special piece 98C EXTRA FINE QUALITY ENGLISH LONGOLOTH 36 inches wide 12 yards in the gradespecialpiece JU4fci7 SOFT FINISH ENGLISH NAINSOOK Beautiful quality and finish 36 inches wide 12 yards to the piece 198 quality special pe frJ piece 5 + 49 40 INOH SEA ISLAND SOFTFINISH NAINSOOK Usually sails at 239 for 2 7perf v pr FINE EGYPTIAN SOFT FINISH NAINSOOK Full 40 inches wide for fine under garments and infants wear 25special s eaI I tCONFIRMATION SHOES AT POPULAR PRICES 200 225 250 300 SUTTSONIncorporated TWO STORES 318 W MARKET ST Between Third and Fourth 214 W MARKET ST Between Second and Third CLEANINGAND PRESSING All Kinds of Garments and Furs Gents Suits Cleaned and Pressed 100 Gents Suits Sponged and Pressed 50 Ladies Coat Suits Cleaned and Pressed s 125 Ladies Coat Suits Sponged and Pressed A 50 Ladies Long Coats Cleaned and Pressed 125 Work called for and delivered HY SCHICKINGER f 1105 S SHELBY ST Home Phone 2429 City above action The Indebtedness Is said to be about 30000 Mother Mary Regina Kerr founded the Mercy Hospital and had full charge until her health and mind failed about two years ago- BISHOP DUFFY The date for the consecration of Bishopelect Duffy of Kearney Neb has been fixed for Wednesday April 16 The consecration ceremonies will take place at the Cathe ArchbishopKeanesecrating prelate with Bishop Scan nell of Omaha and Bishop MoGov ern of Cheyenne eofteoqitecrators c Readymade Sheets and Pillowcases HEMMED BLEACHED PIL LOWOASES Size 42 x 36 IIbleachedI II HEMSTITCHED A N PLAIN HEMMED DII heavylinenfinish to 17c special 1 1 each JLJL- CBEST UTICA PILLOWCASES Plain hemmed size 14c20cHEMMED BLEACHED BED SHEETSLarge double bed size made from heavy grade linenfinish muslin good value at 63c special A O each 4tO- lHEMSTITCHEDBLEACHED SHEETS Size 81x90of a good grade sheet 79c64cspecial I e e4re e e e a aPecse He eee PAGEANT Will Show Brilliant Periods In Irelands History Plans have been completed for the Irish historical pageant to be pro duced by the American Committee of the Gaelic League of Ireland on the evenings of April 24 and 25 in the Sixtyninth Regiment Armory Now York City Justice Victor J om11ltteed production teed The pageant will be divided representingbrilliant historyfromstill pagan until the sixth century which marked the advent of St Columcille The music selected in part from the old Irish airs and supplemented with original lyrics is being orchestrated by Alfred G Robyn and Victor Herbert Especial reproducefaithfully periodThereoldtime bards as well as Irish wolf hounds long believed to be extinct Introduced in the tableaux The pro ceeds from the pageant are to be deposited with Justice Martin J Keogh to be used by the Gaelic League of Ireland In its propaganda of restoring the ancient language of Ireland President Wilson is one of the active supporters of the Ameri can Committee FOR WOMANS EYE Sashes are again fashionable The dolman type of wrap still re mains good style for afternoon and eveningCombining fabrics is the order now and most robes will be made of two materials onhateseem to stay In The long sleeve and separate vest continue popular and have devel oped many new styles successthismaterialoffeatherers need never be thrown away While the long kimono shaped correctthoseere better style As an outcome of the popularity of the slanting coat fronts the separate vest made of a wide range of materials has manifested Itself alllatestseen belting coats or falling in long ends from a hat bandeau that is wreathed with part of the sash FATHER HEALY travelIngoncefoundlookingIndividualremark on the weather proclaimed himself an atheist The priest merely nodded his head and then seemed absorbed in his book onhavingceeded to set forth his opinions using expressions bordering on Healylooked quietlyI stand replied the other It comes to the same thing said the priest blandly and after that he hud peace Till the end of the Journey the proteased atheist did nut venture another remark i FRANK FEUR BREWING CO INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- severyone SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE EYi Cumb Phone West 191110mePhone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNNCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers sSold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flaw GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky PALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order n Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Hams 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK t WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCO a INCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 IXHJ1SVILL SW Giias ft Rogers ee BOOK 60 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of thsir kind In the city Bttks Magazines and Religious Articles oa ziUX nOJUPI1OJf 434 West Jefferson Street BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- heleotroPa Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 22- 3MUSIC Furnished for all occasions by Western Union Brass and String Band Piano and Drum 1827 Cedar Street Nome Pbeae Shawnee 1858 Prof Gco W Davis MILKMILK DELIVERED IN STERILIZED BOTTLES Home Phone City 1097 Cumb East 581A1 CHEDDEN1107 Bardctown Read J THE 2 FAVORITES- of Loalstlllei Particular Smeller TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE a A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor Homemade Unionmade and the beatmade for the money For sale at all dIspeusers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKHRS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET MONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging in price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us- A a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St i Now Muldoon Monument Co CB THOMPSON FLORISTl ONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephone 10BO All orders receive prompt attestlelt And satisfaction guaranteed A Delightful Smoke PHONH CITY 2310 FOR CLE OPATRA1OGO- NDOLA 6e A L DOMEOK225 S Clay Street r Snrhrl chr r j tENTiTOIWIRIS i L 1VI 3 RIoA1di I I J J For Your Furniture Wants fl WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best 4 JAMES GREENE I 425 427 and 429 East Market Street I WH49 NNNMl ONN Oi r CONFIRMATION SHOES FOR CHILDREN EMERSON DUCHESS LadlesShoes ThisTreatSpring and Note How Different They Are From Any You Have Ever Worn They Are Stylishas Well as Comfortable SHOE FITTERS VOLZ MICUAEL 336 West TO THE FAMILY Market St l N itliS + HNe t eIelmetlO FOR GOODNESS SAKEf 9 EAT1 MOTllERBREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South 1laNlNe a0i Home Phone TiliphoM Ordira Glvin Shawnee 2280 Prompt Attention TilOs PF L3W16 Groceries Fresh Meats and Vegetables Profit Sharing Stamps With Sales H1 E COR 29TH AND GARFIELD The Quick Meal Gas Range In all its majestic beauty and brilliant efficiency is beyond all doubt the best Gas Range ever offered to the public It has the most practical gas saving burner ever devised The Quick Meal is easiest to keep clean and in fact leads all others in quality style name and real me- ritGEHER CQ SON 215 West Market St KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CAMS PICTURE FRAMIHQ c 11- Kest eJ lefferen w loulartth M1 BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRINO Prts Mgr Vlei Pr sTrta Secretary F Mm Sewer Pipe Goaa- Salt JGlazed Sewer and Calvert Pipe W Bannoas Pent Lidded Pipe for Steam Coadaits Kd Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Pavl tf prick Fire Proedn Fine Pipe Flee Lining lire Brick Grate and Boller Tile Ground Fire Cay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TBLBPHONB 673 WORKS i3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and oath TBLBPIION8 2533 4 1A A rAAA Ade It A M1aa dl Aha rwxi i i T f DR Jo TCUAWKIt f Veterinary f 17137JtS11 t ei J IHARRYC NEHANI Candidate For ReBltction CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 A ltI r ilVJLER31 ftwCANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the action of the Democrat party Primary August 2 1913- I have served you four years as Sheriff and if you think me worthy of your support for County Assessor I assure you I will appreciate it HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolnit the Past WeekGeneral- Ncws Notes The meeting of the County BoarI called for last night was postponed County President Fred McLaugt tin will soon Inptltute four new divis- Ions in the Boston vicinity Division 2 will meet next Thursday night in St Williams Hal There will be something doing The St Patricks day parade IhiI Brooklyn made up largely of the Hibernians was exactly three miles longDivision 4 will soon have another class for initiation The men of Limerick show the true HibernianI spiritAt a special meeting on Palm Sunday a large number of candidates were received into the order at Portland Ore Division 3 meets Monday nigh and all members are urged to be present There will be business of much Interest There will be an important meet- Ing of Division 1 next Tuesday night President Tarpy urges all member who can to be in attendance Headed by a detachment of the Hibernian Rifles over 1600 mem ers marched to the Cathedral ili Cleveland In honor of St Patrick Division 10f Syracuse celebratedI its twentyseventh anniversary with an oldfashioned chicken dinner at which the county officers were hoq r guestsOne of the stellar attractions a the Hibernian St Patricks day celebration at Portland Ore was the Knights of Columbus Glee Club numbering seventyfive Press and public commend the Hibernians of Indianapolis for their St Patricks day parade and cele bration which surpassed any ever seen in the Hoosier capital Division 1 of Buffalo held its an nual dance Monday night and as dcor prizes awarded a handsome sofa pillow 10 In gold 5 In gold and an order for a pair of shoes In honor of St Patricks day Dl visions 2 and 8 of Syracuse had ai1 entertainment and supper when each of I1he200 guests were pre sented with a bunch of shamrocks gavItsI It was a largely attended and brll flint affair and showed the high 1 standing of the Ancient Order ir1 that city The outpouring at the Hibernnr 1 celebration at Sulzers Harlem Rlvei Park following the St Patricks day parade was greater than ever before So great was the Jam that marlr could not gain admittance The nine divlsons of the Ladles Auxiliary of Indianapolis held theii celebration in honor of St Bridget t last Wednesday night Tomllnson Hall was crowded and the excellent t programme was well rendered While the Hibernians of St Paul1 held no official celebration of St Patricks day the eleven divisions made the retreat and received holy communion at the Cathedral Fifteen hundred approached the holy table Tho Ladles Auxiliary will enter tain their members and friends with neuchre party next Wednesdayr night at Falls City Hall Committees have made great preparations- for this event which assures a mostt enjoyable evening- It was an Inspiring sight to witness so many men approach the altarr to receive holy communion and was an appropriate celebration In honor of their patron St Patrick That Is the report published from every town and city where there is a di vision of the Ancient Order 11 Division 2 will give a euchre dance on Thursday night April 24 at their hall on Oak street between Thirteenth and Fourteenth There andftended to members 7 and the other divisions South Bend Hibernians initiated a claw of twenty candidates and cele boated St Patricks day with a banquet Father DeGroote presided and among the noted speakers were Rev Father Patrick Carrollof- Notre panic Attorney GeneralI Hogan of Ohio and Judge McGoorty and Hon John Keating of Chicago Primary Election August S 1013 Fred T Heffernan r CANDIDATE FOR COUNCILMAN TWELFTH WARD Vtttd for City at Urn Subject to Adios of tie Dmicr tlc Party To the Citizens of Louisville I do Hereby Announce Myself as a Candidate F- oAUDITOII of the CITYof LOUISVILLE Wm U- Meffert Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary August 2 1913- ALBERTI F f T1LLMA I TAILOR Suits to order at moderate pricesOver five hundred styles to select from Room 9 Whayne Buildingj 414 W Jefferson St VANTED Furnished room with a Catholic fam olic family References exchanged Address Catholic Gentleman this off- iceSOIETY11RETORY 1A O XX IDIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on Firstt and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy Vice President Daniel McCarthy tRecordlng Secretary Walter Cu sick Flnancfal SecretaryJoseph Farrell TreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArr s Henry McDer mottSentinoiJohn Keant DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T Keaney TreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunningham SentinelThomas Hannoni DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President John Mo MaloneyI Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hen eion Jr I TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennesey Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas Jr 1 LanganRecording Secretary John Jr Barry TreasurerPatrick Conley I SergeantatArms Thomas Far rollSentinelM J McDermott Y JAdl I MAO10N COUNCIL 203 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President =Frank G Adams First Vice PresidentGoo Thorn ton Second Vice President John J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry T KibbeyTreasurerSebastlan Hubbuch Marshal Fred Schaler Inside SentgelLawrence Rapp Outside Sentinel Frank E Grat zero JAKES iUT STUN Mud stains will disappear from a raincoat H rubbed with the Juice of a freebly cut potato 3 Primary Election August 2 1013 JOSEPH M KEYER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic party YOTE FOR SAMUEL W GREENE FO- RCOUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the I Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 19- 13IRELANDr Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges While engaged In prayer In the Dominican church at Newry Felix Campbell aged eighty died sud denly Thomas OUoyle of Claremorrjs has been elected permanent engineer to the Castlebar Districtt Council and Board of Guardians The death occurred on March 1 ol the Rev M Lavelle of Ktlconly at the age of sixtysix The news has caused deep regret In the diocese ol Tuam Two captures of Illicit stills have Just been made by the Inlshowent police The sjnost Important was IInt the mountalny district of Glengad rear Malln Over 1000 mourners attended thes funeral of Henry Mescal In Mac room The Urban Council adjournedl their meeting as a mark of respectt to the deceased Mrs Magrath aged 112 of Wolf hill Queens county still lives and can recall the famine and tell many incidents connected with It and with the days of OConnell At Longford Assizes Judge Holme- said 8t that the calendar showed tha the assizes would be light Th county was in a peaceful state an he hoped It would long remain so As the wedding guests were leav fng her house for the church on the morning of her daughters wedding Mrs Storey of Kllconny near Bel turbet suddenly expired Death wa duo to heart disease James J Hewson of Adare County Limerick was found dead near his residence with a build- wound in his head He had gon rabbit shooting on the previous evening and apparently in climbing a wall the gun had accidentally gone offAt Clare Assizes Justice Ross InI an appeal by the County Council affirmed with costs a decision r Judge Bodkin awarding Patric Buckley of NewmarketonFergus I 250 for damages to his house dur ing blasting operations by IIcouncilI the oldest In habitant of NottleVllle near Mac room has passed away having at Lathed the remarkable age of 106n years The deceased had lived i NettlevJUe nil his life and up to the closing days of his career had a fine clear Intellect- A very lInteresting revival is being undertaken by the ReV T J ReidY of Athlone who In connection with the parish church is erecting a round tower of very considerable propor lions The round tower will be- reproduction a of the historic pile In the neighboring and better known district of Clonmacnolse Tho death occurred at the Pre sentation Convent Maynooth Mother Mary Bernard McNamara In ageDuringI I four years AhB deceased ladrattend= ed to the duties of her sacred calling IsdeeplyatWicklowsaidtherecasesforconditioni washiscongratulations charactErCATHOLICS ADVANCING CardinalArcoyerde waskeepingvance of Brazil one of the reasons being that contain liberties denied her under the monarchy had been restored under the republic With regard to the formation of a dis tinctively Catholic political party he personally did not see any positive need of it aalt Is possible to be a good Catholic In any of the existing parties What was Important and- a very legitimate means of defence was to refuse to vote for any candi date hostile to Cathpllc rights KEEPS WATER FRESH A few grains er sugar will keep fresh the water Inwhlca cut flowers ire placed o 1 c + t What the Club Plan Is What It Means to Your r The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy Household Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for joining for Instance Tho membership fee on a 2500 purchase would bo 76c Tho membership tee on n 5000 purchase would be 160 Tho membership tee on greater purchases would of course be in porportion You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For Instance on a 12500 purchase you pay 250 down In addition to the membership fee making a total of 326 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance In small weekly or monthly payments When you consider thai goods bought on the Club Plan ate pur chased at our cash priceswhether special or regular you will more clearly see that our membership fee is nothing In comparison with cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON TIm CLUB PLAN I Any further information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer fully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the 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