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TIIT t c PATRONIZE tt- C Second and VOLUME XXXNO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 5 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 GEORGIANS IMwillrick Walsh Editor and Statesman rIleprcscntcd the Old North State StntcsIin the United Senate Ills a Statue Will Stand in Heart of Augustas New Civic Center WAS NATIVE OF THE GREEN ISLEE one of the few nonmilitary heroes of the South will be honored within a short time by the city et e whAugustaeervsd the South as a private t supporting his father mother and sisters and older brothers famUles while the latter were In the Confederate service will hav a monument raised to his memory by theI Work has al citizens of Augusta ready been begun to place the monu ti iearmentof the neu civic center in that city sizThee bronze statue of which George T Brewster Is the sculptor For its conception its execution in detail I cornmentoratee by critical friends of Mr Walsh Patrick Walsh once United States Senator Mayor of Augusta newspaper proprietor and publisher Irish i- considerede most powerful factors In the work 01 tho new South As a man of peace as a meditator he spent his whole life in mitigating the burdens of the South after the war and securing ion It Justice from tho North Withi Henry W Grady who sounded the keynote of the new South he workedI soultriothi and to renew the broken bonds be tween that section and tho rest of the country During his life he was fiftynine years old at the timei of his death in 1899 Patrick Walsh was the friend and coworker of every Democratic leader since the war Alexander Stevens was his close personal friend as was Samuel J flbttthtleHOrttonredrtLet3outh WItII Hill in 1892 when the latter was an aspirant for the Presidential nomina tion Ho was the first man to advo cats persistently the nomination of Grover Cleveland for the Presidency when the latter was Governor of t New York and In 1896 he worked earnestly for the nomination and election of William Jennings Bryan who was his Intimate friend Born in Ireland In 1840 Patrick Walsh came to Charleston S C with his parents In September 18B2 He began life as a printers devil Whatever schooling ho got was gained by his own endeavors Be fore the war he attended Georgetown College paying his way with money saved while learning the foprintersout he returned to Charleston and with Capt Simonds organized a com puny In which he was elected First Lieutenant They were stationed at Castle Pinckney but when his two brothers entered the Confederate army he had to resign to aid his par ents his sisters and his brothers families To do this he worked as a printer on tho Charleston News and Courier After the war he moved to Augusta Ga as a Journey man printer on the Augusta Con stltutlonallst It was not long be fore he became a reporter and I shortly after city editor of the paper In 1866 he became editor of tho Chronicle which he subsequently owned Jointly with Gregg Wright then a well known Southern pub heist Mr Walsh was also associated with Father Ryan tho poet 1 priest in the publication of the Ban ner of the South It was In Augusta that he married Ann Isabelle McDon a aid a belle of the old South who survives him She was a true helpmate In all his struggles and as plrations and Is loved and honored today In the city and State that were the scene of his labors When therAssociated IPress organized Its busl1 f ness In the South Walsh was made General Manager for the South and became a very close friend of Will I yearsPresidentcame General Manager and Treas J1 d AssociatePressd an alliance with the Western Asso elated Prss and the United Press Bndt1 Batheingr t I while and when the split cameII Walsh and a coterie of i powithe United Press comprising at th time most of the big New York andtoJ t New England papers He often said he was willing to sow and let othe reap In 1881 he met with recouphastohei streforeverat In 1894 the deathon of Senat Ji Colquitt he was appointed Unit unoxpirterm ed appolntmeof OeerglPatricka champloa of the industrial South and carried on the work which Henry r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Grady so brilliantly began when IIWh career was cut short by death schools the great cotton mills tho winter tourist hotels of Augusta are among the most prOD Inent monuments of his usefulness Southtlong HELPS SOUTH Panama Canal Creating a Decided Industrial Change That the Panama canal Is creating a decided change In the industrial problems of the United States and Canada Is already an established tact that It will exert n powerful Influence on the development of the South Is freely admitted There is everyEwest coast of Florida to Brownsville iin the most southern part of Texas An intense rivalry has sprung up be tween Southern cities that enjoy deep water harbors Other cities not so well favored by nature are doing their utmost in preparation for the advantage that the Panama canal may possibly give to them The business Interests of Jackson vllle Fla In conjunction with thetBoard of Trade were responsible for theIFlorida Legislature at which special session the only business transacted tiICws the passage of a bill which al the city of Jacksonville to own Its docks and to levy taxes for the purchase of land on which to erect the docks the building and maintenance of same and other necessary i river improveemnts For a time It looked as though tho good citizens of Jacksonville had labored in vain but in the last hours of the last Congress the rivers and harbors bill was passed which seems to assure for Jacksonville the realization of its commercial dreams Much activity is also manifested in such ports as Pensacola Fla St Andrews Bay Fla New Orleans and Houston All of these cities are sparring for com raerclal precedence through the ad antage which comes from the meet IIng of rail and water transportation In the sixteen Southern States 4300 commercial organizations representing n membership of over 3000000 live business men are working for the industrial develop ment of Southern cities and com capitalthe present time at the rate of over 4000000 per week rTHREATENING U Division 1A O Vl 3oInK After Its Careless Members With President Tarpy In the chair Division 1 A O H at the meeting Tuesday night decided to go actor those members whose delinquencies retard the progress of the oldest division in the city Secretary Cusick will notify all members to be present at the meeting on April 15 when reports will be made and decided action taken to revive interest among the members In the work of the Ancient Order One proposition r membership was received and another candidate elected President other candidates elected President Tarpy announced the death of James Doran and an order was drawn for = the payment of his death benefit Action on a motion to meet but once month during the summer was deterred for two weeks In order that a full expression may be had from the members Division 1 has been under a heavy expense for sick and death3 benefits during the past six months and in order to bring the treasury up to its normal standing Messrs William M Higgins Walter Cusick and Joseph Farrell wre ap pointed committee jwaysAWARDED PIANO The euchre and lotto given by the ladles of St Louis Bertrands church last Friday afternoon and evening was an unqualified success large attendance being present and Very Rev Father McGovern thepastor and the ladles desire to return thanks to those tfho assisted in any way The handsome upright piano which was held over from the MrsSstreet ESCAPE DAMAGE I All the Catholic churches In the undamagedbyone Catholic Institution the Acad t emy of the Sacred Heart suffered howeverthO o tamflieshomelessiI ttpt I J DratE L Scharf of Washington D C whom we have had occasion to colald 1 thateI t going to the Austrian Tyrol ttI I hoptheI Scharors go Per weodmorhe square yard by his I politiccsr j iiintingtkreality he represented only Seliarf Omaha True Voice r U- o c DEMOCRATS Again Select Prank McGrath to Lend Them to Alctory In November llcrnld Forgets Vote of Thanks For Selection of Our Present Chief Executive Dr Alcchllng Popular Local AthleticLender Gets In Race For Coroner J a POST KNOCKS PROGRESSIVES At the meeting of the Democratic City and County Committee on Monday afternoon Frank McGrath present Chairman was again selected to pave the way for a continuation of tthe splendid Democratic successes of he past years and In this selection the committee made no mistake his proven ability making him the right man for the place and If the selection had been made by a primary dissentIingheaded resourceful easy to ap I SUCCESSFUL LEADER proach and above all a man of the people Mr Mcrath possesses every characteristic necessary for successful political leadership and the local Democracy is to be congratulated in its choice After the election a ban quet was served tn the Italian room of the Tyler Hotel at which talks were made by Col John Whallen ounty Attorney Scott Bullitt John JBarry Frank Dugan E T Schmitt Judge Herman Gocke W McDonogh Charles Foster Jack OvorbergJamesTheodore McCrory The Louisville Herald this past publicbyregime wanted to select Busche notthethat the above regime also selected Mayor Head who in the opinion of madetheand If the Herald Is as public shouldloseofthanlsMessrsMcGrath IrishAmerIcanany thing In tho Evening iPosts political opinions worth an indorsement but Knottcertainly viefpartyAllaboutthIsintolerantwith organIzedno socalledProgressive lastfaUvote It workragmensmensvote anIsocalled Progressive party A straight Progressive ticket made up hacgntrollsde s Club thecityThe situation in nodlfreretheelecUonsofthis ands madea miserable showing running behind ttercitya total vote east of nearly 128060 u- iiI I j IJAs was predicted In these column- the week after our last election thsIt i Progressive were made a mist I I RepublicansIIs bigots and our further prediction I was that many of them would be found trying to sneak back In th- C e O P which is being done here dally The Post also aptly stated this week that municipal improvement could only be found In selecting a strong ticket at the Democratic primary and judging from the callI ber of the men announcing dally this can easily be done One of such announcements is that of Dr Harr E Mechllng for Coroner who has following in this city of young menr of all parties second to none D Mechlings service as physical director at the Y M C Aand his lon career In the furtherance of amateu- athletics have won him a host of boosters who are always ready to fall behind his banner quitofield a d ardbearers that will be a credit to Louisville will be chosen In the primary In the Flrtyfifth district George B Cack Barrett Is still in HenryOwens E to enter the race against the present theFortyslxthalreadybusynI Fortyseventhdfstrltc opposition and his splendid record tisI much In his favor No announcements have been made in the Forty FiftiethIy are Campaigning in1 the Fortyninth and iFlftyfirst districts 1DEMOCRACYS Ii RETREAT Brings Knights of Colum bus and Many Men to t Cathedral f The retreat Instituted by the Knights of Columbus and conducted by Rev Father Benedict Hanley C P which has been In progress both morning anti eevnlng at the Cathedral since Wednesday has been largely attended and the results are most gratifying The Knights and those Who made the retreat with them will receive holy communion at j the Cathedral tomororw morning at a special mass at 745 oclockl Father iHanley has delivered a series 1 of able and Instructive discourses t which will have a lasting effect Tho closing exercises will be held Sunday night when Father Benedict will1 preach the last sermon and bestow the blessingPROMOTED Col A H Egan for the past ten years Division Superintendent of the Illinois Central railroad and a widely knowq and respected residentt of this oily was last week promotedj wto be General Superintendent of thatsystem with headquarters in Memphis Col Egan is one of the mostt popular railroad offlcails in tho country and it Is with regret th hutthough flea and hope that success will fol1 stlnhIgherll HONOR FOR TARPY Assocfleaaont urday night at the Tyler Hotel and elected Thomas W Tarpy the well known cigar manufacturer a dele gate to the national convention to be Planstorhere during the moHth of May were also discussed TIde meeting will bring several hundred traveling men to Louisville and Ute local orgaai lion will do everythlHg possible make ft a sitecww i1 ItBIG HIT Will Be Made by Trinity Y M I Musical Club at Macau lays Theater Everything Ready For Present tntlon of Miss Dolly rIDollars Most Stupendous Production Yet ocnlrTalent CHORUS DRILLED TO PERFECTION 1Never in the history of Trinity Council Y M I has there been anything so stupendous and difficult at tempted as the production of the popular comic opera which will be seen at Macauleya Theater on Mon day Tuesday and Wednesday nights of next week Miss Dolly Dollars was first presented to the public by Lula Glaser at the Knickerbocker Theater In New York and later by Blanbhq Ring at the New York The ater where a great hit was scored Miss Glaser also appeared in the title role in the opera in Louisville iin 1906 with crowning success whif have been interested in comic operand musical comedy for tho past sie or seven years The cast of charac ters that will be seen In this produc tlon is followstDorothy Gay an American herres- known as Dolly DollarsMrs- Leo A Schmitt Lord Burlingham in favor of an Anslo American alliance J A Hehemanff Finney iDoollttle an educated foolP Wellington Hager Samuel Gay a condensed Soup HodagpMrs per cent Miss Renetta Blast Guy Gay who pays a fellow t study for him at OxfordJohn Hen nessy 1 Bertha Billings Dorothys maidtwith a fondness for romance Miss Grace Kirn- CelesteMiss Anna BurnsJLieut Von Richter of the German arrayJoseph Wettle Mlggs Lord Burlthghamfl valet= tTcJltfni of RivalsClubcountrybrogue l ment and keep the audience InmerrlI cont I HonPercy J DriesBaron I LeoKrebsEdwardKrebs LouisSchranzFilburn I JamesPerry 11mangirta EtonrboyaboyThe large chorus which has rehearsed by Prof Leo A Schmitt drilletotchoruse stage composed of our young maid EllCorbettMarySh garet Winter Elsio Burns Ida May RbsuliSpeckerte I Recktenwald I VlolSextonBurnsCratesi Messrs James 1Leonry Dries Albert Daly Coleman Ridge Edward Krebs Paul Dowling Walter Pilsen Ernest Otte Louis 1 EdwardMaloney d LoutEberles 1 IThel a villa on the Thames at Henley Eng land concluding In a cafe in a Paris hotell Tho costuming is modern 1 t elsetrical t I tlrulEDolly Dollars the daughter of a wealthy but illiterate Chicago canned villaItpursued noblemenFinneyI bookwormquotationfrom s bMry I mastsLordintroducetord herhand j tomarryLord Burllnghnm who is smitten by her charms instructs Doolittle toII taushimselfDollys chauffeur atThe characters J arefurther complicated by Dolly falllntr I1 In 1r nl U chaufteuEventuaily I compelled I paeatsr marriagreveals InrI played her Inthe1 manner butfinally confesses her love and all I ends happily I DANGER POINT PASSED Trlendri of Col Joe P McGinn were somewhat alarmed the first of the week when they learned that he at I hometoCenter r sufelugad rJ- G 1abletion changed for the better Wednesday when the danger point was passed and he was able to be up again Tho attending physician now says Mr McGinns recovery will be rapid and that fee can soon agai take charge of the Pearl laundry PRINCELY Donation For Loyola Uni versify Prom Southern Womantr As a crowning memorial for the bytheduringhisof Loyola University in New Or leans Miss Kate McDermott has generously donated 100000 for the erection of a magnificent new church iu memory of liar beloved brother the late Thomas McDermott Miss McDermott made known her splendid gift when she transferred to Messrs Hugh McCloskey and William P Burke as trustees the sum of 110000 with which to erect the church Miss McDermottu gift will completethepresent contemplated for the unl varsity Messrs Burke and McClos key will have absolute jurisdiction over the fund and the construction of the church will proced at once Jesuitlathersmakingtho itfaboutohadeInent and successful sugar mer chants cametowhenthoyoungs j PJKOMPTL1T Hibernian Ladies Auxili ary Answers Appeal For Help theoAncient Order of Hibernians made a prompt and generous response I Wednesday night to the appeal ofIiI their national officers for money I with hprevailing1which to relieve the distress j I trJcts or the country The meeting- was 1 well attended find when theII appeal was reada motion was adoptt ASPJRISej JsEtp1 kin- a substantial donation tothe fundTS the order is raising throughout theI I country Four new members were obligated and at the next meeting It Is expected to receive an addldnumber of applications Tho I Iethosei Ing following which benefit orders were drawn tor four members When I the regular order had been concluded the hall was arranged for a card party that proved most exciting manyhandsome I to Miss Fanny Kenedy Ar will be next made for j Initiation and soon after j the annual summer celebration will i meatrhodt section of the country and theIj officers and members are determined I to make this a record year MAYOR ilUKKE RESIGNS After accomplishing a noble work in being largely instrumental in sav f piecesaThursday morning tendered his resignation as Mayor of Jeff rsonvllle To take a job was the answer ho made I when asked why he had called a special meeting for the purpose of resigning The big Mayor tired and haggard but still ready to fight theII telegramtrom t in Congress from the Indiana Congressional district I I r I I Iayornurke I Postmaster at Jeffersonvllle whereII there is a vacancy on account of Al bert L Anderson having been found t short in his finances Anderson iis now doing two years in the Federal1 I prison at Leavenworth Kas CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY Cardinals GIbbons Farley and I OConnell and a number of Archcbishops and Bishops on Wednesday attended the meeting of Trustees of I the Catholic University which Ruth orized construction of several addi I tional buildings at the university In e Washington The Archbishops met I e I thCatholic I EUCHRE AM LOTTO I I The Ladies Sewing Society of Sts I Mary fltfd Elizabeth Hospital willI I give a euchre sad lotto on the afternoon j and evenings of April 1C and 17 and have secured many valuable j prizes eAGATN IX FIELD e t I The well known coal dealers Jo seph Dougherty and Everett Lan nlng who last year merged with tho CompanyhaVthat corporation and will again con duct a wholesale and retail coal busi ness from their former yards at Fif teenth and Magnolia Dougherty I Lannlng have had a long experience e Benoraltrade 0 u EAT ROSA BREAD UNION MAD Labels Redeemable at Kirbys a and lOc Store 1 MAGNInCNTee Religious Fetes Mark Sixteenth Centenary of Edict of nDillonI 4 Church Given Liberty to Emerge From Darkness of the Catacombs A Jubilee Which Will Extend Throughout the Entire World 6 OPENED LAS F SUNDAY IN ROME Last Sunday there opened in the Eternal City of Rome the first of a series of magnificent religious fetes which our Holy Father Pope Plus X has proclaimed In commemoration of the sixteenth hundredth anniversary of the promulgation of the famous i Edict of Constantino whereby the church was granted liberty to emerge from the darkness of the catacombs whence she had unceas Ingly sent forth her missionaries to spread the light of truth and win the martyrs crown unto this glorious day when the dark clouds were dispersed and radiant and beautiful she took tho place which was to be hers forevermore as the great centralj living fact of history and the everlasting w guide of the human raceyThis celebration the Morning Star says commemorates that day when tho pagan ruler Constantine came to the very gates of Rome after crush Ing the army of Its ruler Maxentlus rho entered the city bearing not the standard which for ages had been the herald of his people but a new banner which bore upon It the Cross of Christ and the inscription In tthis sign shalt thou conquer Why this symbol of victory Why this exaltation of the cross which hither to had been the sign of shame and Ignomy and whose display meant the persecution and death of tho bearer We all know the beautiful story of Constantino and how on the eve of battle this sign of the cross appeared to him radiant In tho with the words blazoned In of light In This Sign con quer The glorious victory followed In the battle of the Mivlan Bridge upon Its adoption as his battle flag t4k9Dol nstanUI1 Fhereiere this great Ewpflror In thanksgiv- Ing to the God of lnV CWIstIau5 enter the city of the Caesars with this sign as his banner Therefore he Issue that proclamation which guaranteed to the struggling Church Christ freedom to grow and prosperFrom the darkness and gloom of the catacombs the church emerged and began at once to proclaim to the furthermost ends of the then known earth the truth of the living God The influence of Christianity upon fImordforth in the life of the Emperor who reared his children in the Catholic faith invited the Bishops of the church to his table stud conferences promoted the erection of the great Basilica of St Peter recognized inn reverenced the authority of the Su preme Pontiff and in the end died glorifying the name of Jesus Christ The church failed not in her glorious mission She became the leader and clvlllzer of nations She became the ledtheness of Ignorance into the light of the noonday sun She erected great Cathedrals and churches and unl jvcrsitles to which she brought the people whom she taught the arts of civilization and the knowledge of God She was the one tree spread upderItto find peace rest and food for the yThusReformation camp and Protestant ism lilted its head after thirteen hundred years of struggle and effort J on the part of the church to bringythe people to the knowledge of God y and the freedom prosperity and civ ilization and education which they enjoyed Then as the great historian Macauley says speaking of the dawnrtof Protestantism Knowledge like an ungrateful stepdaughter turnedrr QdeprivingWo will not recall here all tho evils that socalled Reformation hats wrought how its fruits today are ehown in tho loss of faith In God by countless millions whom It led into heresy then into atheism and agnos glorIousfact a Today we turn the pages of history hasdoneweseotbatgreat festivities which now begin in tho ancient city of the Caesars where St Peter and his successors fixed the seat of government of the succechalaofable commemoration in the procla mation of a jubilee which will extend to the entire world GETS FOURYEAU TERM mceUnrTuesdlyavote reelected Lloyd Gates for an other term as Treasurer of Jbfferiioa heldthehit6beep KENTUOKY tRESH AlVIERJCAN= ii aLNTUGKy IRISH flM RK flNA- ivettd to the Social fad Moral AdvanccmetaeBt t et Irish Americas and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ot Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KBNTUCKY PUSH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated PublUhora INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PBR YEAR SINGLE COPY BC BnUrtd Hi the L BliTllU PoitoHlc M 8coad Cll rutttr refs all CoMMlutlHi to the KEfnUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreea St 4t r 4ScOUNcIUSON L 913vk filVK AT OXCE x The suffering and loss following the floods that have prevailed throughout the country are the worst ever recorded and are almoe Impossible of description Fortunately f the raging waters have come to a stand and further damage escaped Those who have been so fortunate as to beout of th devastated territory should b prompt and generous In their response to the appeals for aid for the sufferers many of whom have 108 the fruits of their lifes work No A matter how much or how little give something for the relief of the un fortunates and remember that h I doublyIHOME KUL13 SURE The new session of the British a Parliament two weeks Qld prom ises to be short though for Irelan a very Important one The royal speech contained an intimation that the home rule bill will be reintro duced and also a measure to facilitate the progress and secure the completion of land purchase in Ireland With regard to the home rule bill It is Interesting to notethat the leader of the Unionist party admittedI that it was more than probable the Government would keep their majority together in order to carry their bill a second time In the HouseI of Commons This is as everybody knows decidedly mow than prob able The average Government majority in the House of Commons I in favor of the home rule bill during the protracted debates of last session was 116 The position today i unaltered The majority stands a It did then and the fate of the hom- rule bill is in no position of uncer tainty The only question that re mains to be answered is whether th House Of Lords will respect the will of the people or whether it will expose its own Impotence by rejecting the bill a second time thus exhaust ing such power as remains to it Under the Parliameh racirBhoirta ttarfcorfajreJecftEe bill this session they will have nothing more to say to it In the next session of Parliament s It will receive the royal assent Immediately on being passed a third time by the House of Commons And then Ireland will have freedom and Its own Parliament meeting 1In Dublin UNDULY AGITATED Rev Father Gannon in the Omaha True Voice Is in line with the Kentucky Irish American Som of our Catholic contemporaries h I says seem to be much disturbed over the fact that no Catholic has a place in President Wilsons Cab inet This fact we confess does not give us any concern at all an we see no reason for attaching any particular significance to it To appoint a man to a Cabinet position solely because he was a Catholic would be Indefensible and to pass him by solely for the same reason would be equally indefensible We have no right to assume that the President would be guilty of either act Common decency should forbid- S to attribute unworthy motives to the Chief Magistrate of the country when other explanations easily sug gest themselves Mr Taft we believe had no Catholic in his Cabinet but no one for this reason thought of hinting that he was a j bigot The Catholic church is too 1 old too great and too dignified a body to care much because some Catholic politician does not obtainII the political recognition that he thinks is his due For our part we- s have never known a Catholic who became a better Christian through f his having filled a political office while It is much to be feared that a political career and sanctity of life do not go hand In hand But It Is our due some one w1l1t say Nonsense Let us safeguard n our selfrespect and the office will seek the man and if it does not the I man can well do without It Querulous newspapers hold no brief for the great Catholic church of America and they are not author ized to speak for It They allow themselves to bo unduly Impressed by the ranting eta few antiCatholic ibigotii without Influence and with out repute who claim to control the President the Cabinet and the whole country Just as Three Tailors of Tool4Ystreet claimed to represent tIM whole people of 1I gland There Irno better way of encouraging tM yerMBf and playing Into their toads than by noticing them jfrfnlBK with them and complalnc blnl that thronsfe tkelr I aeliinaton U U there Is no Catholic In the Cabinet MONEY MADE MORALS expressestothe truth when it declares that the low wage girl is the good girl more often than not The minimum wage law will help her if she has chraacter and It not It will glue here a start in dress competition with here erring sister But the good need the minimum wage law and should have it Money will not preserve virtue- t but It will buy bread Virtue Is its own reward in this life and there is no buying It with a price By the way wheri man takes thee place of the girl at the higher sago and drives the ladles home willLtitd be to a home provided with fashioned kitchen or jJust one of those kitchens that pull out from 1the s gadALUmtTalking about the Jesuit oath and the Knights of Columbus oath why dont the manufacturers of such articles catch on to the oath whicht Janitors of Catholic churches are obliged to take when they are entrusted with guns and ammunitt tion which they care for under th churches along with the coal Itt is more horrible than any we hay yet discovered and is Just as as the other oaths with which we are fortified This pointer is given to the Guardians and their kind by the Catholic Advance Ant Cathollo agitation Is excel CatholicsB Catholicspeoplee to examine and brings converts by the hundred Thats the consolation theekind receive from the Catholic Union and Times The Demop cy of Louisville and Jefferson county is to be congratu b ted 11ponJheJ1 elecilon qf Col Frank McGrath as Chairman His past record stamps him as a wise and safe leader and gives assurance of another great victory next November William D Haywood the strike agitator and a leader among the Industrial Workers has been sen tented to six months at hard labor for the part he took in the gathering of mill strikers at Paterson N J IJudltcd by the results in the municipal elections in Chicago and areea predictedethey made a sorry showing running almost even with the Socialists IThe split in the Episcopal church Yordk rectors this week sent a letter to Bishop Tuttle protesting against any change in that churchs name Depend upon Ita Catholic family brought up to read year after yearn good Catholic weekly will get a thousandfold the value of the sub scription paid I REJOICING Little Raymond Tobias Hauck ar rived safely this week at the Hauck home 636 Fehr avenue since which the proud father Tobe Hauck and relatives have done nothing hut rejoice The youngster who is the first child will be christened tomorrow at Holy Trinity church after which there will be a family reunion and celebration at tho home of the parents I I3IPItOVJNGi i Michael Sheehan who for the past lthisthought to be convalescent and on I yearsheness at Nineteenth and Portland avet and few men in the city have a wider acquaintance than Mike Shee theHIbernlansinterested In tho citys material advancement his speedy recovery Is sincerely hoped for MOURN ms DEATH The death of James Doran thoughc not unexpected cast a shadow of grief over the neighborhood In which l he resided and the entire police department of which he was a vigilant and most highly respected member hadbeentohisdDoranloyalHlbernlanand children there Is expressed the bheldwoofcoutrouraerelative t o- j lh o lEsEtEJMiss i a weekend visitor with friends at Lagrange Miss Lizzie Doyle Is home from Ellzabethtown where she visited Mrs Tom Doyle Mayor W O Head and Mrs Head left yesterday to spend two weeks at French Lick Springs I IMiss Enola Rafferty of New Al I OF JOHN J I J JOHN J JOHN J JOHN J Stop Assidati Editor Democratic Chairman KewJHaven Philadelphia Americans Ky Irish American and Pres Greens PHOTO BY bany lies been visiting Miss Lela Henley at Pewee Valley Mrs M A Wathen has returns a visit to her mother Mrs C 0 Jenkins at Montgomery Ala Miss Kate Sullivan and niece His Eula George were recent guests of Mrs James Sullivan In Frankfort Mrs Monicke of St Louisi is here on a visit as the guest of Mr and Mrs F Chester of Pope street Mrs Patrick Donahue of North Vernon Ind has been spending the- o past week with relatives in Jeffer- t sonville eMlss Pauline Darns who was the 1guest of Miss Idelle McCloy In ton has returned to her home 1 in Lexington Miss Flannigan has returned home Lebanon Junction after being the guest of her mother MrsI Mary Flannigan Miss Stella Kehoe a student at Hanover College Is home visit to her parents Mr and Mrs M Ji Kehoe In Jeffersonvllle rMr and Mrs Edward and son Alvin spent at Munfordvllle guests of Mrs vans father J H Seco Mrs Richard Litsey of South Louisville had as guests for the Thomas OMalley and wife and children jot Harrisburg Ind Mr and Mrs Disney Ryan South Louisville had as recent guests MrsI Marie Conley of the city Guy Arnold of Lebanon Junction Sydney Hagan and His Barry of New Haven arrived here Friday of last week for a visit with Mr and Mrs JD Dant Mrs J C Hodgens has returned to her home In Hart county a months visit with her sister Mr J H Sullivan of Sixth street Mrs P H Callahan give theater party and supper next Thursday night In honor of Miss Anna Rowell and Beverly F Hall Mrs Mary E Dougherty who has been visiting her Mrs a ence Mercke Crescent Hill left Sun for her home at Georegtown Jailer John R Pflanz returned Monday a two weeks sojourn at Martlnsville Ind where he recov I ered an attack of rheumatism Russell Kehoe who is a student at Hanover College has been spend ing the week with his parents Mr and Mrs M J Kehoe in Jefferson vllle Miss Helen and Raymon I ORourk of Parkview bee spending a week In Bowling Green visiting Misses Lula and Margaret Hendrick Mrs Will Dillon Deer gaveI a pleasant at homo last week for Misses Alvina Sauer Minnie Sauer Rose Ahrens Emma Ahrens an Mary Dillon The many friends and acquaint ances of Patrick FInegan be to learn that he Is seriously ill at the family residence South Sixth street Miss Mary Kehoe a popular Now Albany girl who has been seriously ill at her home 617 East Eighth street is now convalescent and her complete recovery looked for Martin Ridge who recently under went an operation at St Anthonys Hospital Is now entirely recovered having returned to his at Stew ait Dry Goods Company this i ni Heicken returned this week from Hot Springs where he went for the benefit of Ma health fully re- uperated now ready to enter the political arena in the intereet this friends Mr and George D Melcher announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Lillie Mary Melcher to John August Schneller The wed ing will take place 7 at at church Miss Frances Wathen gave a- ridge party Tuesday afternoom la onor of Florence Harding ef Mlddletown N T Harding was oleo guMt of honor at a party given y Miss Louise Shelly l oC v nCI ONE DOLLAR month keeps on the payroll in event t of disability caused by ness or accjdent you afford to be without this pro tectionMrs Eagan and daughter Miss Gertrude Eagan have left for Memphis where they will make their homo in the future A wide circle o friends and admirers regret thou I departure from Louisville Miss Myrtle 0 Lewis a New Albany girl and Frank Brown of Gary Ind were united in mar QUARTETTE BARRYS JOHN BARRY BARRY BARRY BARRY Editor Short Echo Moss WYBRANT from Kate John Clif Kate from fora last week Sulli past week and Mrs Edna after will niece day from from have Park will sorry 1039 post past weekGus and Mrs May Miwr Mkw you sick Can riage Wednesday morning at Holy Trinity church rectory the Rev Father Charles Curran performing- d the ceremony Edward Edelen the former well1 known custodian of Shelby Park playgrounds Is now under treat ment at the Waverly Hill Sanitarium for tuberculosis and his many friends will be glad to learn that his Showing rapid improvement Mr and Mrs Edmund G Goh mann of New Albany have an nounced the engagement of their daughter Miss Louise Catherine Gohmann and Robert A Coomes of Louisville The wedding will take place at St Marys church on Tues day April 29 John A Vetter and Miss Lucille Skillman were united In marriage at noon Thursday the Rev Father Raffo performing the ceremony ThE young couple at once left for a short bridal trip and some time during the summer will occupy their country home near Wildwood on the Fern Creek line Mr Vetter having ac paired a sevenacre tract and com plated plans for the erection of a beautiful bungalow Next Wednesday morning there 11will bo a pretty wedding at Holy Trinity church when Jacob Hett inger will lead to the altar Miss Christine Hauck daughter of Mrs Emma Hauck 981 Vine street an one of the most popular youn women of the parish Rev Father Berreshelm will perform the cere mopy nod bo the celebrant of the nuptial mass The attendants will t be Joseph Fante and Miss O lorenc Hauck sister of the brideelect Fob lowing the church ceremony there will be a wedding breakfast after which the happy couple will departs to their new home and at once beginl housekeeping FRIENDLESS Meetss Death in Mining aTown The notorious W J Delaney who for the past twenty years under theI beern preaching against the Roman Cath ollc faith and assailing the nuns and priests of the country on March 22 atIBokoshe a small mining town near Muskogee Okla of spinal menin gitis Delaney claimed to beanoxpriest Fifteen years ago he was a sensation Iin the larger cities where the Catholics made up a large pe the population Like all o hisklnct he met death poor in money and friends Had he been near some of those good priests and nuns whom assailedd InLhis last hours on earth PINOCHLE CHAMPIONSHIP j Joseph Felhoelter and Fred Sten Igel will meet John Lubbers andJHerman Deddens at Lubbers placecc Westdand there is much wagering between their friends on the outcome- FEDERATION meetingthe ot next Thursday night at the Catholic Womans Club There should be nlargeseveral important matters may come before the meting for considerationi ST CECILIAS L The Young Ladles Sodality of St Cecilias church announce that they will give a euchre and lotto party evenIngtheirfriendsschool hall on St Cecilia street be tween Twentyfifth and Twenty sixth and for all those who attend there will be plenty of amusement F l WALNUT THEATER After having been dark for thepast week because of the nonarrival CothawattractionPutt Miwlcal Comedy Company the entertainersanacanceathat of chairswill H patrons of Ilk playhouse 0 n n- co n TRANSYLVANIAtANCE COE N Canada Gentl Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building WALNUT ST THEATER Aprilr6 Another Great Attraction- r Black Patti Musical Company PRESENTING CAPTAIN JASPER THREE ACTS With plenty of comedy singing and dancing and a well balanced company Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mat nees 25c- Nights and Sunday Matinee 25c 35c SOc r 1 1l r GOT 15 INTOIt 1A r SPRING SUITGET GETTHE THEMOST MOSTFOR FORYOUR YOURMONEY A- TLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET The Bright Spot In Louisville INIIITS OP CQLIIBIJS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Rise wheregBowllngOreen Is securing a good class for itsnextinltlation OrangeeTexas It was Instituted last Sun dayThe Knights of Oklahoma City have organized a ball team for the coming season Omaha Knights threw open their club rooms for the relief ot tho tor nado sufferers This month delegates will bo elected for the State convention to b held during May Boston Knights are very busy ar ranging for the national conventio- to be held there next August The mass at the Cathedral tomor row morning for those making the retreat will be at 745 oclock Iileut Gov McDermott delivered a great speech at the banquet at Bardstown last Sunday evening Six coaches were required to con vey the Louisville Knights to t initiation held at Bardstown last SundaySunday was a great day for tho Knights of Sioux City Iowa They attended the Cathedral in the morn ing initiated a class of fifty In the enjoyedf a banquet at the Auditorium when the ladles were guests of honor RECENT DEATHS JUNE WEDDING Mrs Thomas C Savago has announced the engagement of her sIs- ter Miss Estelle Louise Baker to James A McKelran The wedding will take place in June and will be event of much interest in Cath olic circles where both are well known and popular Helen Kannel eighteen years old daughter of Mrs Henrietta Kannel 223 South Clay street was called to her eternal rest Tuesday morning leaving many friends who mourn her untimely death Her funeral was held Thursday morning from St Michaels church Rev Martin OCon or officiating at the mass of re ulem Death has again entered St Johns parish and claimed Miss Lorena Ehr man aged twentythree years tho beloved daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Ehrman 722 Flnzer street Besides her parents several brothers and sisters survive her The funeral took place yesterday morning Rev Father Schuhmann being tho celebrant 1 of the solemn requiem mesa Holy Cross parish has suffered another loss by the death of George Lehmann who died Tuesday eves ling at his home 3802 West Chestnut street He Is survived by his wife Leila Lehmann for whom there Is profound sympathy In her greet bereavement The funeral was held Thursday morning from Holy Cross church Rev other Brey conducting the sad obsequies iDanttl Buck one ef the most widely known and popular members the Louisville fire department riled Monday at the home of lls par = onto Seventeenth and Maple streets e was twentyseven years old and had the good will of his associatee n Do You Realize What S Nicks Green Label Means to You If not listen It means double premium value at our store or one GREEN TRADING ST AMP for each GREEN LABEL Also if youd rather one ProfitSharing Certificate Red Stamp for each GREEN LABEL and above all the BEST AND BIGGEST LOAF ON THE MARKET- Be sure and get NICKS BREAD Its made under the strictest sanitary conditions by Nick Warisse Baking Co MISS SHIRCLIFF Mgr W PHANNON Prop HANNON1VIIlklklfiE Y11- MIINVIIIIVNVLIVIInV4111W W Attractive line of seasonable Ladles and Children Hats I now on display You are invited to call and inspect same Prices right 528 East Market St Between Jackson and Hancock THE OXY= TONIC CO Is Desirous of Helping the Flood Sufferers The President of the company Mrs Steve P Holcomb called a meeting of the Board and it was unanimously voted to give medicine free to every flood sufferer calling at the OxyTonic Store 446 South Second street any afternoon between the hours of 2 and 6 Germs cause disease OxyTonic will kill the germs OxyTonic is not only a germ destroyer and blood purifier but is a preventive from all diseases Testimouial from a well known Louisville man Some time ago I had all the symptoms of tuberculosis as well as rheumatism and was also in a very nervous condition Four bestetonic to be taken by any one exposed to the cold wet or bad weather as is experienced by railroad men nSigned J P TYNAN Foreman at L and N Railroad Shops March 31 Louisville Ky LADIESeslw Why Wear a Last Seasons lint When you can have the shape changed into a new up to date style The only house in the city that does first class work on Ladies Straw Hemp and Panama Hats Feathers cleaned and curled FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS 713 West Jefferson Street North Side TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAMVanilla Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY AWNINOSANDTENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended te Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST RIDE A BICYCLEHealth had Pleasure will be yours your financial surplus will Increase you will be more independent you can go and come when you please But get a good Bicycleone that will stand the tilt Get a Greyhound Bicycle Sold by us and used by satisfied riders for many years Wire andIronWorKs217 WEST MARKET STREET and superior officers I by many firemen members took place Wednesday lISefuaeralltended Moose and sorrowing friends 1 fn 3 t M r I kai Ti J t KENTUOK IcAl1t HOME PHONE CUMBERLAND 123 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS I 8I East I JCal9nl Street te etiEcne eeeoc e THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREET ffltfpiyffffifX Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETro TELEPHONE 810 Dl DOUGHERTY S J McBLLIOTT a DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t tt OL- DFORTUNABOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COXMOORPORATJCD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS f t t FINE WINES CUAIdAai1I L- AL KOLxB 1 345 West Green Street LLQUOk3 J10l1Ii 1iIltf + xro ++ 1 DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary iTtIsCUIRbi FR teCo AU the late and new Styles and ShJpeI can be found here at reasonable prices Can and see usFOR IIFOR A LITTLE BET- TERFurnIture For Less Money go toII WMe MAYER f I 43 W MARKET ST- FURNITURE I CEITRAL co Incorporated HW CW Third sad 9raee Sta We txralsh the some 01- 1pJetew easy payments WM CALLAifAN Mgr Sales lilt 1If n HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers S1O JRE5KC AVENUTelephone 1022 EXPERT PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING Voicing Action Regulating Prof Walter Klaussner 403 SOUTH SECOND Home Phone City 71 1 5 JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market Stt HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL WORK GUARANTEED HERRMANN BROS s- PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal en Iin PliMt Braads of Ken tacky Wkbkta especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLBD IN BOND TidekMM 11224SIXTH STREET o N 4BNN S S W ilNN NlM KS NeNiiN HERMAN STRAUS tj SONS GfOURTN AveNUe HIDRPI7R O MARKET STREET Advance Sale of Wash Goods and Linens Come In and See These New Materials We i Know the Prices Are Low zIi New White and Colored Wash IiiEarlyiIMPORTED WHITE RA inches wide with borders this sea IsIsTINE40 I reguIt I EFFECTSAlso Crepe Ratines and Crepe Voiles with ratine borders values up toQOg i 139 j special per yard tOL WHITE VOILEWith neat ratine stripe j 38 inches wide Splendid weight and quality j usually sells at 98c spe cial per yard 7Uc IMPORTED ENGLISH VOILESIn all the new stripes and checks designs and colorings j regular 35c qualities j special iPer 2rf yard tJc IICOLORED NUB colorings RATINES and drawn also j per up yard to 85C t1N a 4w AND WEDNESDAY 7 8 AND 9 BY L on at box office ENCOURAGE City League For Corn Ins Season The Twin City Baseball League which is the new name for the Catholic Baseball League of last season has just organized with practically the same clubs and as last and promises another sea son of enjoyment for the many who delight in seeing the future diamond stars perform and who to en courage our boys to continue the high standard of ball established by this body last season officers elected are as President Prank Reichert Vice PresidentEdward Wolfe Wagner D Clines Board of DIrectorsC H Wlllen brink John W Flood and John J BarryThe games as before will be played on Sunday mornings at 930 oclock and Cherokee Shawnee Spring Bank and Fairmount Parks will be used the latter In New Al bany The league is to be con gratulated on the selection of the veteran Frank Reichert as its leader this gentleman being due a of thanks from all lovers of the national game for his untiring work in Encouraging the young amateurs to keep the sport on a high moral plane STRICKEN WITH PLEURISY knownInbarber shop at Third and BrecMn to his bed There has been little change in his condition but his physician says his Illness Is not critical and that he will soon be fUlly relieftoHOSAICTg A beautiful amethyst rosary large or medium rolled gold chain costs 125 retail price We will send you satlnlinedchl1drens Apest1eboth affordthoChildApostle1133 McCormick building Chicago Ill HOITRIGANS TOUGH LUCK tho past couple of years had nar family toning all their hoHMhold r ih Lrt Longcloths and Soft Nainsooks ENGLISH LONGCLOTH Chamois finish 3e inches wide j 12 yards to piece j 125 value piece special98c EXTRA PINE QUALITY ENGLISH LONGDLOTH 36 inches wide 12yards in the piece j regular 185 grade j special per 149pieceSOFT FINISH ENGLISH NAINSOOK Beautiful quality and finish j 36 inches wide j 12 yards to the piece 198 quality special pe piece 1 49 40 INCH SEA ISLAND SOFTFINISH NAINSOOK Usually sails at 239 j 2 75per FINE EGYPTIAN SOFT FINISH NAINSOOK Full 40 inches wide fine under garments and infants wear 25specialNoaeotwelb e VICTOR Y I 100 Seats sale Twin year The follows vote since the for for now like All Kinds of and Furs Gents Suits Cleaned and Suits Sponged and Pressed 50 Ladies Coat Suits Cleaned and Pressed 125 Ladies Coat Suits Sponged and Pressed 50 Ladies Long Coats Cleaned and Pressed 125 Work called for and delivered SCHICKINGER 1105 S SHELBY ST Home Phone 2429 City Sirs your boys an dncatlon that will I prepare them for ute ST 112 W BroiUSway onlivlll JCy Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Podl Well Equipped Gymna sium Terms Moderate Bro Jame Dlr goods and having a difficult time In saving their lives OARD PARTY The ladles of Cedar Grove Academy will entertain their friends with a euchre and lotto party next Tues day afternoon and evening at Heptasoph Hall and Main Play will called at 230 and 8 oclock and there will be nu merous valuable and handsome awards TRANSFERRED The regular quarterly meeting and communion of the members of the St Vincent de Paul Society which was lo have taken place tomorrow has been transferred to Sunday April 27 This change was matte In order that those who wished might make the retreat with the Knights of Columbus at the Cathedral LACKED QUORUM The Executive Committee of the Catholic Federation failed to hold of a quorum Because of the flood I u 1 rl 1n 0 i r HEMMED Readymade Pillowcases Sheets andII LOWCASES Size 42 gradebleached 1atj 1 1 II PLAIN HEMMED PILLOWI heavylinenfinish to 17c special each JLJLl PILLOWICASESPlain j j j 1BED1 value at 63c special AQ each 4fc- OtHEMSTITCHED SHEETS Size 81x90 of a good grade sheet nt79c64cspecial rGVCATJLEYSMONDAY TUESDAY NIGHTS APRIL MUSICAL COMEDY MISS DOLLY DOLLARS HERBERTS SUCCESS TRINITY M MUSICAL CLUB PRICES25c to Baseball Organizes membership SecretaryWalter TreasurerThomas pleurisyMonday wenknowaLoulsvllle hasbeenbrKklngtit CLEANINGAND PRESSING Garments Pressed100Ge-nts HY XAVIERS COLLEGE Seventeenth he Thursdaynight thelCatholicWomaas meinHers BLEACHED BLEACHED GREATEST HIGH MASS I For Benefactors of Con vent of the Good- Shepherd On Monday morning March 31 a high mass was sung at the Convent of the Good Shepherd Eighth and Madison streets by the Rev Engle bert Schmitt the chaplain for the benefactors of the convent both liv ing and dead Ever mindful of those who have aided them in their work the Sisters of the Good Shepherd make it a custom every year to have a mass said for those who have be friended them At the convenience of the Right Rev Bishop ODonag hue at an early date two of the Sisters in the convent of the Good Shepherd will take perpetual vows After a novice has worked for six years in the order and she feels that this is her vocation she is required to take prpetual vows and this will be the case with the two young women who will soon take the vows This obligation is a very solemn ceremony Those who take It prom Iso to devote their lives to work In the order TIGERS VS COLONELS Hughey Jennings and his Detroit American League team will play the Colonels this afternoon and tomor row and as the hustling manager iis an old Louisville favorite a mid season crowd Is expected to be on hand Ownle Bush Sam Crawford Del Gainor George Moriarty and others of the old guard of the Tigers will be seen In the lineup and pos sibly Ty Cobb who Is expected t Join the team at any minute Th dally Improvement in the Colonels playing is especially gratifying to the fans and In comparison with the other Association teams It begins to look like if we will have a first dl vision team this year The popular choice for an opening game lineup would be Clemens c Powell or Smith p Weinberg lb Hulswltt 2b Beumlller s s Niehoff 3b Burch r f Osborne c f andt Stansbury 1 f CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Next Friday night the regular monthly meeting of the Centra- Committee of the Catholic Knights MarysHalll delegates are urged to be present to help map out the summer campaign celebratlonsthatorder POLICE TAKING TRIPS thFourthe ofhisInI1 titan in charge of the headquarters at0 r KRANK FEHR BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers r LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- severyone SENN ACKERMANB- REWING 1 COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KYe1 1 Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNfi DTCOAF- OaATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellentflatw 4 GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO1 INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 289 LOUT- SVIILEJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPORATED BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERQ 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 191 LOU1SV1ULB ig cna ft ROWS II BOOK GOIPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of lilr kind in the city Rooks Magazines and Religious Articles I ow JIITay DmurrxOII 434 West Jefferson Street I BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- lleleotroPer Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST AVEeBoth Phones 223 MUSIC Furnished for all occasions by Western Union Brass and String Band Piano and Drum 1827 Cedar Strut HUM Piece Shawnee 1858 Prof Gco W Davis MILKMILK AND CREAM INeSTERILIZED BOTTLES Home Phone City 1097 Cumb East 581A C H ED DEN 1107 Bardstown Read b L THE 2 FAVORITES of LcDlsTllles Particular Smokers t TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor Homemade Unionmade and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET MONUMENTSii r We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging in price from 7500 to 20000 and y which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us- a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Gi C THOMPSON FLORISTf ONLy ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 632 FOURTH AVBNTJ Seth TolepfeoMM IOBO All orders receive prompt atteatiei aid satisfaction guaranteed A Delightful Smoke PHONE CITY 1310 FOR CLEOPATRA10eGONDOLA Km A L DOMECK225 S Clay Street u u i iaifi LjiAJtiiiJ Afe fJt I JJSTUORY I Isxal L 1MERIO l wtss aLEANERS AND E7ERSSave Phones Money Apparel 2207 By Having Cleaned Your 617 Here S Fourth Wearing Ave World Leading Values NEW SPRING SUITS 1500 2000 2500 We issue to the customer a guarantee ticket with the garment assuring perfect satisfaction Cunning Lewis Brotzge N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON Blenn and Young Mens Exclusive Clothes Shop Mf For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best I JAMES425 427 and 429 East GREENEMarket Street Ji CONFIRMATIONl SHOES FOR- EMERSON CHILDRENf DUCHESS Shoes For Men Shoes For Ladies Treat Your Feet to a Pair of These Shoes This Spring and Note How Different They Are From Any You Have Ever Worn They Are Stylishas Well as Comfortable SHOE FITTERS VOLZ MICHAEL 336 We S t TO THE FAMILY Market StI- Gti t 1F OIGLO 1 E EiS S1A1Ei EAT x MOTERSBREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South t tfRtiwawThe Last DollarJJ I IIThat you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time whea your LAST DOL- LARjmust be spent for something you DO NEED Tbe SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co I Fifth and Court Place Open Dally Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m i aIC IIw st I The Quick MealI Gas Range In all its majestic beauty andI brilliant efficiency is beyond all doubt the best Gas Range f1offcredmost practical gas saving burner ever devised The Quick Meal is easiest to keep clean and in fact pleads all others in quality style name and real mer- itGEHER SON 24 215 West Market St r M WOLTRINOPres I FSecretary the Salt Glazed Sewer and C ivert PieBaanoasP eat Lidded a far Steam CeadaftsTile t 1cItFireI Grate ClayChimney Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TELEPHONE 873 WORKS I3th a d LexlnztOH and Magnolia Ave Bat oth ad loth ULBPHONB 3933 the A nn tti HARRY C NEHAN Candidate For ReElection CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 A lM E LER CANDIDATE FOR iCOUNTY ASSESSOR of the Democratic August 2 1913 I have served you four years as Sheriff and If you think me worthy of your sup port for County Assessor I assure you I appreciate it lwllI = HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doi n the past WeekGeneral- News Notes There will but one division meet- Ing next week Our next big affair will be the County Board annual midsummer reunion and outing There are fortyone divisions 1 S the County Monaghan Ireland wit a membership of 6800 The Hibernians have been prompt tornadSDivision 1 is facing a crisis and therefore every one of Its members should attend the meeting on April 15 Division 1 of Omaha 500 and appointed a committee to look alter the wants and needs tornado sufferers A New York exchange says that patronizing the ouchre of Division 36 is like making love to a widow you cant overdo It By the death of James Doran tho order sustains the loss of tf faithful member and Division 1 one of Its most earnest workers The annual ball of Division and the Ladies Auxiliary of Yon ers N Y had a record attendant over 3000 being present onetpast fiftyone years has celebrated St Patricks day with a social ses lion Division 3 meets Monday night the only one next week All the members are urged to be present as some Interesting reports will be submittedThe Order was the first to send out an appeal to its mem bers for aid for the sufferers fro tho disastrous floods that haw swept the country Our Ladles Auxiliary was prompt in responding to the appeal of their National President for funds with which to relieve the sufferers iu th flood stricken districts The newly organized division at Lincoln Neb had as guests at Its first entertainment Right Rev BradleyILadles Auxiliary 1 pf Indiaapolls with the largest membershipI greathomecomlngI anniversary of its organi zationThe entertainment that was to have been given last week by the divisions of Columbus Ohio hasi been postponed and will be given later for the benefit of the flood sufferers I echoesrrom the St Patricks day entertain were heard accompanied by praises for the members of the com mittee that arranged this excellent programme preparIngthe euchre and dance to be given at their hall on Thursday evening April They promise valuable prizes and good music The men who do most for the Ancient Order are those who attend the meetings Every member should devote at least one night in theMmonth to his division This would Insure a large gathering and greatly encourage tho officers The splrtual retreat conducted by Hibernians of St Paul In the II byFatherDominicanissionary byIitahop n pastorsOvercommunion at the closing massT MACRIN COUNCIL CouncillbroughtattendanceMondaymalnlng at their homes because of T dangers threatenedt from the 1811 rtVerAtterlHrecelvI1 u I 1913 Primary August 2 1913 J Russell Gaines Candidate For ReElection SURVEYORJEFFERSON Subject to Action of Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1013 Fred T Heffernan CANDIDATE FOR COUNCILMAN TWELFTH WARD Voted for City at Large Sabjactto Actioi of the Democratic Party JW TAILOTILLMAPRI f I Suits to order at moderate pricesOver five hundred styles to select from BuildingS FRED ERHART ARCHITECTn BUILDINGdNW Corner Fourth and Jelferso- of SOCIEfBlREGTORY e i A O EC DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays TarpykVice President Daniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu sick Financial SecretaryJoseph Fa roll TreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArns Henry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keant DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford 1Vice President J J Sullivan dRecording Secretary l OKeefeIFinancial Secretary John T KeeneyTreasurerJames Welsh Cunninge ham Sentinel Thomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourlgan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P Price Financial SecretaryJohn J Hes slon Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn JEastSentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street 10PresldentJVice PresidentThomas Lynch nFinancialLanganRecording Secretary John J Barry Treasurer Patrick ConleyII SergeantatArms Thomas Far rell Sentinel M J McDermottalof Y 11a Y MACiaN COUNCIL 205 of eets Monday Evenings at Club House 34 4 North Twentysixth President Frank G AdamsI lrtonfLynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R arry Corresponding Secretary Harry Klbbey kTreasurertarshalFred Schuler Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside Sentinel Frank E Grat 11HrqlaliUB and transacting the neo the rary routine bujlnewi the meeting Is d in a- u Io F Primary Election August 2 1018 JOSEPH M HEYER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic party VOTE FOR SAMUEL W GREENS FO- RCOUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 IRELAND IRecord of the Most Important of Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The coach building establishment of John Armstrong of Llsnaskeu has been destroyed by fire James Donohue of Mulllngar hat been appointed to the Commission of the Peace for County Westmeath Timothy Scannell of Shrone has died in Killarney Hospital from In juries received at Headford Junc tion Over 300 hands are thrown out of work by the closing down indef initely of the spinning mills at NewryThe Monaghan Urban Council has decided to Increase the wages of the weeklyhalfholidayn has occurred of John Browne proprietor f of the Half- Way House between Omagh and Xewtownstewart J D Harnett auctioneer re ceived a bid of 3384 at the public auction of the Abbeyfeale R I C Barrack from W D OConnor Messrs F ONeill of Whltestown and Peter Lennon of Kill have been unanimously coopted members of Baltlnglass Rural District Council Patrick Power a welltodo farmer was found drowned In a stream which runs adjacent to his Waterrford Losava house and a feesimple farm comprising about 117 acres were knocked down to W Gavan a farmer of Tlncurry at Cahir at 1500 guineas The body of a deaf and dumb man named Thomas Hynes a tailor aged forty of Kllkelly County Mayo has been found In a stream of water be tween his house and the village 1Judge Holmes addressing the at the Fermanagh A sizes referred to the peaceable state of the county and said there was only one bill to go before them There was no criminal business for disposal at the Sligo Assizes and Judge Wright who presided in the Record Court was presented with white gloves by the High Sheriff Rev J Kelly of Dysart has been appointed to iRochfort Bridge iIn room of the late Rev Christopher Murray Rev T Donnellan of Clara has been appointed to Dysart The death took place at an ad wanted age of Alderman Harper one of the most Influential merchants in Derry He was a member of the Harbor Board and a former High Sheriff of the city The following clerical changes have been made in the diocese o Meath Rev P Giles Bohermeen t xilbeggan Rev J Behan Kit beggars to Bohermeen and Rev J- cCormack Kllcloon to Clara The death has occurred of Mother 1 of the Convent of Mercy Galway The deceased belonged to one of the oldest families in Galway the Corcorans and was highly es both in religion and the worldTenders were considered by Gran Urban Council for the building twentyfour cottages under the housing of the working classes act Five tenders were received and the contract was given to James Hearne Longford Most Rev Dr Foley at the Cathedral of the Assumption Car low ordained to subdeaconshlp Thomas Nangle end Rev Moran B A students of Patricks College Intended fore mission of St Johns N- ewIfoundlandi Charles A McCann a former well = resident of Jeffersonvllle and Auditor of Clark county thirtyfive years ago arrived In that city the that of the week for the purpose of after his sisters Mrs Frank BBurke Miss Amy McCann and MfM Jean McCann until danger from flood has passed Mr McCann now ono of the leading business 1DoE Springfield Mo I I C Nf tl IM OiiNi NtHfaNNI OtNNii What the Club Plan 1s IMlttihter What It Means to You The Club Plan is an extended payment plan instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you join tho 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 be 75c Tho membership feq on a 5000 purchase would be 150 The membership too on greater purchases would of course be In porportlon You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For Instance on a 2600 purchase you pay 250 down In addition to the membership fee making a total of 325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to paymentsWhenPlan are pur chased at our cash priceswhether special or regularyou will more clearly see that our membership fee Is nothing in comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND o OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB PLAN Any further Information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer I fully floor given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth ii I JONSUN5 i ase4 lss ay4o41Mo i 1311CEC88riCKtp MULLOYS COFFEE Is Always fare and Fresh Roasted His Special Grade at 3 Lbs For 80cla Unexcelled PHONE A TRIAL ORDER JOHN M MULLOY e Horn Pfaoot Ijaj XB10 W AXAKKIX ISTRBECT JAS J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists OnlyI Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFEKSON STS KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMIHO tdwrat 321 Mltntaf UnItrlHi IT DOESNT PAy andsbe satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated PlantLbulivllltA SELLER FOR FIFTEEN YEARS Double 0 Twist Tobacco CHEWS CLEAN MADE CLEAN MANUFACTURED BY OWEN TOBACCO COMPANY UNION MADE LOUISVILLE KY I i BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE Distiller Fairfield Ky IIMcKenna 1 RAGTIMEpriJ G Positively Tao ht Is Ten to Twenty LU5011S Write For BooBet J FORREST THOMPSON 2823 WKaclioaSt ShaWBM 2174 d 1 S