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PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second and Breclduridge VOLUME XXXNO 15 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 12 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS POPE PIUS Recovering Frond Illness That For Days Caused Grave Anxiety wLatest Reports Say Venerable Pontiff Is lit No Immedi ate Danger Unfounded Rumors Put Forthl Give Rise to Feelings of Indignation PILGRIMS WATCH THE VATICANI For several days this week th Christian world was greatly alarmed by news from Rome regarding the health of Pope Plus X All official hoWednesdayt ns condition was not grave and that there was no Immediate danger Anxiety however continued on ac count of the weakness of the Pon stiffwhich Is in need of constant stimulation The attending physicians found that the condition of the Pope had Improved during the night and this Improvement was maintained throughout the day although the afternoon temperature showed a slight Increase Again Wednesday evening his temperature rose slightly but the difference from that of the afternoon was hardly perceptible The patients weakness 1is being treated by the regular admin istration of eggs beaten up in milk but the lack of nourishment con tributes to the depression from which the Pope suffers The relapse Is following the same course as the original attack of in fluenza a cough being present with Irritation of the bronchial tubes and difficulty in respiration which has led to the report in some cases that the Ptope is afflicted with asthma This however is erroneous The condition of albumin usia which usually accompanies influenza is also present indicating an Inflamma tion of the kidneys of greater or lesser degree but it is hoped that this is a transitory character Prof Marchlafava visited the Pope onl- wi1 dneaday morning and even thPcoarse I Popes sisters and nieces spent much time at the bedside and when no there were kept constantly informe- by telephone as to the progress of events The Pope has expresse terror at what the newspapers are capable of inventing about his re lapse He is being watched in turn by his valet and his secretaries Mgrs Bressan and Pesclnl and the chemist monk Prosdocimo is also in does attendance When during the afternoon Tie felt the effect of a thunderstorm of extraordinary violence the Pope remarked that his organism was so sensftIve to atmos pheric changes that he had come to be a kind of barometer and thermo meter It was reported that Cardinall Katschthaler Archbishop of Salz burg had delayed his departure as h wished to be in Rome in case o eventualities but this proved not toIbe true as he left for his home and this is considered reallyimprovedY dangerioimmense square in front of StIPoters Wednesday recalled the genes during the illness of Pope Leo 7CIII but instead of a burning Jul sun as in 1903 there was a downpou- of rain This did not prevent thou sands of pilgrims from gathering andIgazing with grave anxiety at the three windows of the room on the third floor of the Apostolic Palac- where the Pope lies or from directing sympathetic glances at tle little house in the square below where the sisters of the Pope occupy a mod erate apartment on the top floor Prof Marchlafava in a statement to the Associated Press expressed himself as highly indignant at the exaggerated reports that had been circulated He gave solemn assur anr3 that the Popes illness wa s running a perfectly normal course and said that It no complications arose he would guarantee that the Pontiff would be convalescent wlthi a week Dr Marchlafava spoke with sincerityPerfect Vatican Wednesday evening and the normal routine seemingly had been resumed Dr Amlcl retired for a considerable time to his room pr vious to going to the anteroom thPopenounced while the Holy Father was enjoying a peaceful sleep TREASURER JOHN BURKE The Hon John Burke now Treas urer of the United States was born in Keokuk county Towa on February 25 1859 and la the son of John and Mary Ryan Burke He was educated in the public schools of Keokuk county from 1864 to 1878 Received the degree of LL B from State Unlferslty of Iowa in 1806 and practiced his profession at Des Moines from 1886 to 1888 when removed to North Dakota On Aubeg MaryKaneotRoUa countyNorthand from 1396 to 1898 a member of the North Dakota House of Rep Inthe1 u 0 IJ t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Burke had d long reign as Governor I of North Dakota from 1907 to 1913 He is a member of the law firm of Burke Middaugh Devils Lake North Dakota The position of Treasurer pays an annual salary of 8000 As is well known he is a Catholic and a Knight of Columbus TRIUMPH Scored by Trinity Musical Club at IVBacauleya Theater The operatic triumph of the sea son was scored by Trinity Y M h Musical Club at Macauleys Theater the first three nights of this week when that organization gave a brilliant l and sparkling presentation of the musical comedy Miss Dolly Dollars Large audiences were delighted with each performance which really surpassed expectations Pretty girls and handsome young men to the number of about fifty contributedelife and spirit to the musical excel lence of the production The regular critics agree that every feature of the performance was well developed and the costuming and staging were excellent the net result being a presentation approaching professional quality Mrs Frances Schranz Schmitt handled the role of Dolly Dollars with grace and charm besides cleverly the music of the part J A Hehemanns Lord Bur lingham was a clever characterization and he also scored strongly in his singing P Wellington Hager as I Finnie Dollttle contributed much the performance despite the toIII samuellGayI fused the part with some effective comedy and in his better half as Blaslllbadj Ff nessy as the son and heir of the newlyrich Gays handled the part I with the skill of a professional JItt Others deserving special mention for the excellence of their work were c BurnslJosephthe several members of the Trinity I Musical Club who are to be credited thwithI cesses ever witnessed in Louisville PILGIUMAGE III Miss Louise Packfer Will 1 Become a Carmelite 1 YISister I if t t nQ ri Miss Louise Fackler who hastt always held high position In Louis citydt Thursday and after a short visit to I Phtladeldphla will sail from New York with a party headed by Bishop John 1 Grimes of Syracuse and eight J I priests for a pilgrimage of threeII months to the shrines and places of religious interest In Europe TheE party will take the Mediterranean trip around Gllbraltar and before returning Miss Fackler will visittt Rome and make a hour of Italy Switzerland France Germany andoj Ireland returning to this country during the month of July The pl1I grlms will have an audience with threelt days at NewII York Miss Fackler will go directly thefCarmelite Convent on Mount PleasIant avenue preparatory to becoming f friendsYj religious but this was delayed until t her loved ones no longer needed her care While Miss Facklers friends will miss her from their circle they perseveranceyI I arjKentucky Irish American hopes to have several letters from her while she is abroad I It t COURTe moneyto I parochial school to be erected at I e 1 thYoungricks church have adopted an lust and unique method orlgIEI novel way is called a prize court I successII sutteess I kitchen cabinet drawnwork pillow satin woolfilled comfort gold chaini rosary 5 in gold and a handsome I bne procured for ten cents each andI these entitle the holders to a claimt I jWherej eonthere will be many claimants NAMEe j For the first time the Fortyl I Hours prayer was held this weep iin the beautiful new Holy Name church I II at Third and 0 streets the spacious edifice being thronged with devout worshipers The Rev John T bytheices which were solemn and impres j slue came to a close at the high mass Tuesday morning Many per sons made this the occasion fact Wei J first visit and were surprised wit t the size and beauty of this hand some church edifice t j CLASS OF FORTY j Forty children ranging in age I from six to eleven years will form a class that will have the happiness of receiving their first holy com munlon from the hands of their pastor Rev Father Aekermann at the 8 oclock mass on Sunday morn lagi April 20 tSt Philip Nerla rlchurok I CENTENARY Antoine Frederic Oziinan and the St Vincent de Paul Society S Interesting Account of Circum stances That Led Up to Its Organization Will He Observed by Louisville Coiifereliccs oft Sunday April 27 HOW THE NAME WAS SELECTED cenItenaryI IFrederic Ozanam on April 23 next y Rulede Paul Society by a general communion and meeting on Sunday April 27 the following account of the circumstances lending up to the founding of the St Vincent de Paul i Society taken from the London Universe will at this time prove ot permanent Interest We know that the foundations of the society were laid in May 1833c thatICongregaIdistribution of relief among the I RosalieIRendui I the Mouffetard district and the idea was soon forced upon her that the only effective way of succoring the truly needy was not to distribute the reUet from a center to which anyone deserving or not could come and claim it but to do so onlyafter i frIendly visits made at their homes whereby through veryIII II contact the necessary knowledge oft e home circumstances and re I quirements would be gained SheII accordingly gathered round her a I devoted band of helpers among I I whom were the parents of the late Father Balily I In 1833 this priests father who i was founder proprietor and of La Tribune Cathollque editorII j Uniyers was President of composedf J o c studying atjjhe Unly rsityofParie I Jt 0 tf11rnmrdl grls these young men was Ozanam amongS1 only twenty years old They met periodically for debate on historical I c literary and philosophical subjects j at the house of M Balily whom as I many years their esnlor they looked up to as their guide philosopher and friend These meetings they desl I IgnatedI conferences Attention Js I called to this word as it will be 1 lower down how it came to be1 11of11 mthatI choice spirits met at the office c f the Tribune Cathollque under the presidency of M Balily and the great society came into being which I was one day to spread its ramifica worldi of fiery andOzanamI thefounderI Mpalmolder man like M Balily In his post 1 IEofIE I f smooth water and to direct the i anhelpf nd code of rules for future guidance The meetings were held weekly on Sundays at M Baillys connectstherewith I I object of the society being relief l 1 of the Tfrugali IEtlalimmeIdlatelyOne of the first questions that I I presented itself ItforJ bore were all of them also members I Etudesi I manta of history literature and phil osophy Why should it not Include i also a fourth that is charity Here handTheIn the new department When later branches of the society were Francheconfer bodyIhad nothing to do wjth debates on philosophyButmust be given a distinguishing name happenedBailly that the genera tions n special devotion to St Vin bornthe haterha e otheRevolutionbee1entrusted of the saints manuscripts Theaj again on the final restoration of the monarchy the saints body durIngthe toParisthe Abbe Balily What wonder then that M Bailly should without hesi tation suggest that the treat apottle U s i7 c of the poor should be made the patron saint of the society No choice could have been happier OUPIANS Will Have Gala Time Sun day at St Martins Church Tomorrow will bea gala day for time little children who find home and shelter in St Josephs German Orphan Asylum The anniversary of this great charity institution 1is annually celebrated at one of the llocal German Catholic churches and IIs an event looked for with eager Interest This year the celebrateo- illw take place at St Martin- church and will be on an elaborate scale Tomorrow afternoon the children will be brdught In from Crescent Hill in wagons Met by the St Josephs Orphan Society they will be escorted to St Martins church for solemn vespers and bene GasserI church services the orphans will 6 given a dinner in the school hall b- ev Y Father Ohio the pastor and ladies of the cdngregatlqn The children will sing sevral numbers and provide a pleasing entertain ment for their benefactors For these fatherless little ones there will be a treat they will never forget RECENT DEATHS The tuneral of Mrs Minnie Met alfe beloved wife of Walter Metcalfe Deputy Bond Recorder was held Wednesday morning from St Boniface church with solemn mass of requiem Mrs Metcalfe was thirtyseven years of age and among jher wide arqualntance was held iin high esteem for her many virtues and kindly disposition To the bereaved husband his many friends ex tend their deep sympathy In the death of Miss Mary Mulloy which took place last Sunday at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital fol lowing an attack of heart trouble Catholic circles lose another useful MissIMtnlloyseven years ago but came to this country when a girl and had lived In centuryHer WeII funeral took plat Tuesday morning from 8t Patricks hunch Many persons JnifcSt Frances of thecttythe Plsslg arvai st Mrs El beth mh1b llived w orLranmith conductor on the Louisville A Nashville railroad whose death occurred Sunday morning at the family residence 2140 Frankfort avenue Besides her husband she leaves two sons and two daughters fnmorale solemn requiem mass being celebrated by Rev Thomas White who paid deserved tribute to her memory The passing away last Sunday orning of James McBride removed the Cathedral parish one of its oldest and most faithful members and a pioneer of the St Vincent de Paul Society For years he had been prominent in the tobacco busl ness on Main street from which he had retired becaused of his advanced age He is survived by his wife Mrs Emma J McBride 629 South Fifth street two sons John- S and Henry B McBride the former of Salem Ill and throe daughters rs Frank C Pllson Miss AnitaI and Miss Sheridan McBrIde A brother William McBride of Madi on Ind also survives him e funeral was held Tuesday roornin from the Cathedral attended b- Y many mourning relatives and of friends and business associatesa MEMORIAL FOR PITTSBURG The birthplace of Stephen C Foster author of many songs will odf o the city The home at street and Penn avenue at tIle forks of the road is more than 100 years old and is in excellent condition It has always been occu pled Foster is known best for his Suwanfto River and My Old Ken Home Every civic body 1 Pittsburgh is interested in the move ment to preserve the Foster home a a memorial RECEPTION FOR CARDINAL A Never in its history has the en ortheannual banquet of the Massachusetts State Council of the Knights of Columbus than this year The din receptiontenderedOConnell by the members of the CopleyPlazaPatriots day All details in connection with the dinner have been carefully thought out and placed in the eSraUtically for the success of the affair HENDERSON j The many Louisville friends of tRev Edward T Lynch formerly of j j the Cathedral but for a number of I years past pastor of the Church of the Holy Name at Henderson were It distressed last week when they I I learned that he was suffering from arranglnfforabeen an Indefatigable worker and his illneee is due to his Increasing charandI a rest and change of climate wl restore hia 1t1lj I Q di I I HERALD Evolves Plan to Secure a York ing Progressive Organ ization- Acknowledgment That Recent Vote Was n fltooscvclt- Tribute Evening Post Kefiiscs w to Let Rose Pledge Support to Republicanss POSTPaNEMENT HURTS CREPPS S J DuncanClark and the Louis ofYfortunes of the local Progressive party and the party In general the recent defeats in St Louis and Chicago being akin to the blow that almost killed father The Progressive party Is now tottering under the shock and has forced the Herald to resort to desperate methods to revive Interest their chief stogk in trade being abuse of what they term the MMcGrathWhallen machine not al lowing to those gentlemen the rights that are being absorbed in the Pro gresslve ranks by Matt Holt Burton Vance Dr Sebastian Prof Rags dale and other Progressive poll ticians who are seeking office or attempting to dictate the nomina tions An open confession that the Progressives have no working orIganlzation and that their vote in the last election was simply and solely a Teddy Roosevelt vote is now shown IIn the dally programme of the Herald which they evidently think is a smart piece of politics They announce the list of offices to be filled at the next election and invite the ipublic to suggest selections for the different places hoping that those with a leaning to the Progressive side will answer thereby enabling theycancampaign organization before the August primary While sneering at the McGrathWhallen machine which Is n legitimate Democratic working organization they are slyly trying to get a little machine bf their awn their reward in the event ofIsufeessbeing thevcity + printlngj wHlle the pollticlal appointments will be made from Chicago the home of tthe Herald owner and editor The postponement of the Sena tlariat nomination for a year puts a crimp in the aspirations of exGov Beckham and his man Friday Percy jHaley who made an early start in tthe race hoping to secure enough advance pledges for them to win tbut their strength has been fading jgradually and Beckhams open fight on Senator James has killed any chance ho may have had for success the Democrats at large being asfonlshed at the nerve of Crepps and Percy in attempting to dictate tthe office appointments from the different districts in Kentucky tbacked by Editor Knott and the Evening Post This past week the Evening Post ihastened to deny that Do B G Rose jpledged tho support of tle Post to tthe Republican party of which Rose Is high In the ranks the Post evidently not being willing to com mit itself to the G 0 P while therej Is still any chance to bunco the givingYholddtheir friends In the Postofflce whore now dally putting up a plea of civil service protection which everyone knows they violated shamefully during the last several years and Congressman Swagar Shorle will be strenuously supported in his attempt to have the Postottlce reor addsrd that Rose their circulation manager the official head of the Guardians of Liberty could pledge the support of that A P A organization and which held a mooting at Scottish Rite Cathedral last spring with the Post prominennt positions on the stage assporoner and Tax Receiver Milllken for City Treasurer are the latest an nounced candidates the former be- Ing l opposed by Dr Mechllng and the latter by Adolph Schmitt the present City Auditor SISTER LUCf ANA GOWDV A holy nab noble life ended a Nazareth on Friday evening of tae week when Sister Luclana Gowdy aged eightyfour years was called to her heavenly reward Her death was caused by infirmities due to her advanced age Sltser Luclana entered the Nazareth novitiate in Aug 1843 For years ehewas a most rust member of the faculty at Vincents Academy in Union county She also spent some time at St Theresas Academy at Rhqdellaf Meade county She leaves relatives at Frankfort and at Camp bellsville Her funeral was held fin the Nazareth chapel and the remains tenderly laid to rest in the cemetery where sleep So many who had devoted their lives to Gods work FRANKFQRT On Wednesday evening of last week Mrs George B Salendar of Frankfort had for her guests the members of the Altar Society of the a atBse ou the South side Feres and palms 6- 1a J pink roses and Jonquils were used iIn profusion in the decoration of the already handsome home and ices and cakes were served during the evening The frappe bowl was pre sided over by Mrs Clara no Chew Miss Beatrice Ready assisted her sis ter in the honors of the evening I DELIGHTED Are the Knights of Colum bus Over Their rust Retreat The climax of the Knights of Columbus retreat for men at the Cathedral as tar as oratory was con cerned came on Sunday evening last when Rev Benedict Hanley C P concluded his labors with are markably appealing and beautiful sermon on the True Knight of Today It was probably the most logical convincing and attractive sermon on this subject that was eve preached In Louisville His argumentation throughout was concise his method of bringing home his points charming Ina literary sense and the hearer was gently yet Irresistibly led to the conclusion tha nothing mattered so much to his true and eternal bsakesShepherd All time services were well attended anti that the Louisville Knights were delighted over the success of manifestedSunday marchedhundredsand received abodyattheirproceededIndownGreenchurch the line being nearly three Callahanc beongratulatedachieved CONDEM QEDInI Ancient and Historic NeW 1 Orleans Cathedral Not Safe I A few moments before his deII attendtheArchUlahopaRevJamesNewOrleansreport of a Joint commlslon of prom ofthatJ LbuiseathEdKTMuildlrigrThe1first c committee made a careful study of the structure and reported such grave conditions to exist that innsfdiate steps should be taken to close the building for public worship 1 view of the great Importance of the subject a second committee com posed of three architects and two contractors was appointed whIch second committee made a thorough examination independently and without knowledge of the findings of the other committee This committee also found the building to be In a dangerous condition The two com mittees agree that the restoration of the venerable and historic Cathedral can be accomplished in such a manner as to place the structure In u permanently safe condition and es x100000Thesite of the first church built within the limits of the ancient Louisiana purchase and is the most building from the Gulf to the t Lakes nnd from the Mississippi toii the Pacific coast Archbishop BlenkJanticipates no difficulty In bringing about the restoration of the ven I 1 erable edifice t WILL STOP THENoBills are before two State Legis f latures which If passed will site Cicely stop the forgery and circula tcythe Knights of Columbus and the 1 Ancient Order of Hibernians One of bfloef 1 to make unlawful and severely pun Ishable the writing printing publication circulating or distribution of any false statement matter or tldn purporting to be the ritual cere monial or ceerraonies or part thereof of any church religious society organization or corporation an j making certain testimony in respect j thereto and viocompetent making Ij latlon thereof a felony and provld I Ing penalty therefpr A similar billl I has been presented to the Missouri1 jj Legislature j I HOSPITAL CARNIVAL I I beetn carti C- Hill Park next Wednesday andIi Thursday afternoon and night for i the benefit oeSte Anthonys Hos tj pltal Nineteen committees have i completed their work by securing a band of thirty pieces to furnish the i music both days The ladles will serve an excellent supper each even Ing and plan a hospitable reception for all who attend These entertain helpdefray j j number of charity patients cared for at St Anthonys j FATHER CABSILTA COMING The Rev Francis Cassilly s J the noted educator and Vice President i of St Xavlers College at Cin lsvIUeFl e on Social Problems in Windha rat Hall on Magnolia street between Brook nd Floyd on Sunday eyes ing April 20 In connection with the lecture there will be a high class musical ntertainmentI 2 n 11 EAT ROSA BREAD UNION MADID atKirbys UNFOUNDED r IIs Talk of Dissension in Cabinet and Desertion of Lloyd George The Liberal Feeling Has Entirely Conic Round For His Defense Public Opinion In England Now Made Up For Irish Homo Rule ORANGE BLUFF NOW DISCOUNTED GyrCabling the press of Sunday Hon s T P OConnor M P notes the Engt domestic to foreign af jfairs All of Europe he says has een held up by little Montenegro t beguntohorizon should lead to a general outburst of the European thunderclouds So far the people still holdh hopes for the settlement of this small outstanding difficulty as tile powers seem disposed to ignore the violent popular passions of every country and determined to net toNIgether in the Interest of general peaceThe Marconi wireless scandal still runs on but it has lost much of its original interest and the force of the panic which the first revelation AmericanMarconiGeneral Isaacs and LloydGeorge created among the Liberals now has passed away Though grave againsttheseembarking in anything so susceptible to malignant distortion by their unscrupulous political opponents everybody now acknowledges that corruption ground and the reaction already has set in LloydGeorge still holds undimin- Ished his vast hold on the affections and confidence of the masses and they now regard the whole thing as LloydGeorgI willIng ores thfJolanlIQrand tprlveges Even the Tories on the Marconi investigating committee exceptfor ranknand file LloydGeorge Is now unas salledii All taut of dissensions among the members of the Cabinet and the desertion of LloydGeorge by his col leagues Is absolutely unfounded Time Liberal feeling has entirely come round to his defense and instead of fearing public discussion of the whole affair in the House of Com mons the present intention of Premier Asquith is to force A Bonar suchuprospect is that the whole scandal will disappear in a few weeks and againThe the Ministry The debate on tariff re thetamong the Tories and their hesitat growing protection will keep them that much longer out of office Similarly there Is a pause In all of their con troversy over haute rule which is ne of tho many indications that public opinion in England now is finally made up upon It The Irish Orangemen made one attempt to revive the old contro versy over the accidental collision between the Nationalists and anthe Tories divisionSImilarly helpthearmedgmost of the English papers and the Orange bluff now Is discounted ondsUffragetteleader F as everybody Is exasperated by the violencelis increased by tho announcement of further outrages Asquith encouraged Ills followers immensely by the announcement that the bill to abolish plural voting will be introduced next Tuesday No grievance has been more heartily Detested by the Liberals and no measure has been more F andIts y that slackness of energy and attend seriousdangerseveral years of the Liberal Government A movement under strong aus pices also is being organized among Inthepledges of continual attendance all through the sittings till August BO I AS to Insure the triumph of home rule ORATORIO FOR ORPHANS StVhfcentCathoUoChoralUnion torio of Elijah at the Shwhert UProfAnlhonY 9lonandanotheri assured ll a 1 0 y t y t K NTUOKY LRXH A ERIOAN 33KNTU6KYtf CI R Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KINTUCKY IBI8H AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorportted PubILMe I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY BnUrtd it MM LwlivllU PoMoHIc n aeeoad CluIldUr 1dlreas all Commnalcdlals tto tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Wed trees St =1 9- r LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 32 191 t r MEANING OP RETREAT Though they are Increasing In number many people have not the slightest Idea of what a Catholic retreat really Is A retreat fis says a recent writer who has a though knowledge of the subject k quiet deliberate taking hold oneself a momentary halt in the i rush of events an examination 4 the course ahead and behind to f out whether or not we are really on the right track Have you ever watched an engineer about to start out on a long fast run with a load of human freight behind him in t cars He goes all over his engine Every bar and rod and wheel and c- i valve is carefully examined And why all this care Why Because upon that care depends the safe of the passengers A cracked wheel 4 a loose bolt or broken valve may spell ruin It is the same with life A little disorder now may ruin later on Life Is a serious businessf whether we know It or not We hero now a few years ago we were not a short time and we shall have passed away Whither It will be Just to that point toward which we r are now directing our course father man Is whence he came and whit he Is tending are tremendously 1im ffportant questions which demand straight fair and square gnaw Ignoring them will not prevent the consequence of being on tho wrong course for like them or not facts are facts and shutting our eyes to them strange to say will not destroy r them The ostrich buries his he In the sand and fancies himself sat the fox gets himself out of the w Why not get right down to buslne face the truth manfully examine life Honestly and see what we are making Aofit That is just what a retr Is And nowadays they are openiall who desire to make themiWELL DONE L r A ronithafjxpres8lonBheard fA upon all sides President Wilson made no mistake when he deliver f his message to Congress in pera And with that message none have had the temerity to find fault While brief It was the document ot- a statesman indicating what the masses of the people of this country desire anti should have The vision of the tariff along the bin suggested by the President may temporarily discommode some interests that are utterly selfish a foreign to the American spirit but the final result will prove benefit to the consumer and the worker j ELECTION OF SENATORS With Connecticuts ratification on Tuesday of the amendment to that effect the direct election by the people of United States Senators became one of the provisions of t constitution Thirtysix States ti requisite threefourths of all in ti Union now have approved t change It remains only for the Governors of all States which have acted favorably to formally noti Secretary Bryan and for him issue a proclamation announcl the change The amendment to the I constitution is the second within the last few months and the seventeen j to be adopted It reads j The Senate of the United States J shall be composed of two Senators t from each State elected by the people thereof for six years andz each Senator shall have one vote The electors In each State shall1 shave the qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerousI branch of the State Legislature When vacancies happen in t representation of any State in the Senate the executive authority of such State shall issue writs of elec lion to fill such vacancies provided that the Legislature of any State may empower the Executive thereof to make temporary appointments until the people fill the vacancies by election as the Legislature may direct of tvWhat effect this change will have on the situation in Kentucky can sot fee definitely determined untill after the proclamation of the Secre tary of State has been Issued CANAL XOIX4 can dlthej hich exempts American coastw- feesI1 j from paying tolls and which Briglaad wants repealed There the American view which claim- that 1 j the United l3tMeeGpveraase has a perfect right to lo JM pltIt tt8019t eeutwieeirthI1 pine HriUppia that in mo asa1B wkatarer hi in t competition witk I foreign commerce and in which no nation has the slightest inters There is the English view wh1 denies the right of the United States to manage Its own internal affairs The Carnegie Endowment takes the thatorgreataofwaterway and expanded over 400000000 for Its construction Indi I I Col P H Callahan President the Louisville Varnish Company has reason to feel elated over the fact pihere a Means Committee of Congress 1 asta January when ho represented the National Varnish Manufacturers Eoclatlon were included in schedule- ty 1 A of the tariff bill Introduced fti Congress last Tuesday Col Calla han insisted that if American manu facturers could get raw material cheaply as other nations they cot compete with any other country and- re therefore successfully urged that protectionism be thrown to t winds And this also means t there will be no trust or advance in the prices for paints and varnish KNOCKING againaandirknocks the home rule bill and the leaders of the Natlonallts party In Ireland Despite its assertion Irish exchanges show that the great b of the people of Ireland are loyal followersad In satetlewith the success thus far achieved fand which secsso re them their own Parliament early next year The editor of our Indiana goeI natured man who should not let indifferent feeling for two or three iindividuals ooze through his columns and militate against the Irish cause and people STRICTLY MACHINE edThe ddoabout the Democratic machine op- posIng its protege Beckham in his race for Senator while his prlncl backer Percy Holey Is a typical machine politician who owes ihis represent prestige to machine politicsI adminlstrntles om patronage AnlIsItTISEnI daflllaleaat to side withI the4 automobilists against the roller skaters as to use of the streets The roller skaters might try page advertising If they want to off this CAN COMEBACK heThe woke1111 ithenej ir our criminal court ladlesfy ofSt pator nngof the little folks as well as the grownups the jjoy Thethwomen were once childr themselves and It grates upon t j fathers and mothers when they bearI their little ones called nuisances beII cause they seek fresh air and freedom from restricted back yards Tf I the youth of the city has not the I rights to the streets as are granted others will the Outdoor Art League please tell why The fact I bhe1g reason for depriving children of the usetthe streets for play Editing a newspaper comes natural to James J Regan National1 President of the Ancient Order ofuHibernians who now controls the Irish Standard of Minneapolis The OBrien brothers made a great paper the Irish Standard which will be maintained and increased by its new owners May they meet with the SUCCCBB they deserve is the earnest wish of the Kentucky1 Irish American 1 Burning grandstands smaekfa windows cutting telephone wiresi letter boxes and destroy tarpublic park flower beds marked lat weeks campaign of the English tadIsIIinvolveoamtafrIta i ktatlePrayforPOpe lee reoorery r SOCIETY 1 Miss Louise Cunning of the Hlgh lands Is visiting relatives at Carroll ton icMiss Stella OConnor was a recent guets of Miss Margaret McKenna FaIrfield Miss Emma Newman of Prank fort is here to spend several weeks visiting relatives i Col James P Whallen has re turned from an extended business 3trIp to New York Mrs Amos Coyle and little son have been spending a week visiting ether sister Mrs Nannie Thompson JunctionMlMiss Mary Virginia Campbell left Wednesday for Oklahoma C1 where she will be the guest i friends for several weeks Mrs James Montgomery who the guest of her daughter Mrs Henry Whelan for two weeks h returned to her home at Ellzabe towndThe Stork has left a fine nine ofpound boy at the home of Mr a Mrs John Riley whose friends are calling in numbers to tender tea congratulations ldCol and Mrs P H Callahan g theater party Thusday night honor of Miss Anna Miller flow Asand Beverly Fenton Hall of Chi1 cago whose wedding takes place this evening Miss Katherine Hogarty of L ington will arrive next week to exatXt Elise1SSanIdplace April 17 whe1thas ho whfcrt Texas are expected home foci sCrom Ada Okla where they visited Mr and Mrs James B Wlntersml- Next Wednesday Miss Rena Ag Bott and Bernard Brands will united in marriage at St Ja church The wedding will be a quiet one and only the immediate relatives of the contracting parties will be present at the ceremony daughttountil the middle of May when th eyto tlwill leave to Join Mr Egan In Dientatphis where they will reside in t future Their departure fr Louisville will be regretted by wide circle of friends WillIquitehisde a known that they had been quietly married at St Charles Borromeo church by the Rev Charles P Raffo on March 26 Both are well known and are receiving many congratulations l Mrs P Ienealy and Mrs SmIth- y have returned from Birmingham 1Ala where they went to attend the funeral of their sisterinlaw birsone Appaled here and was for ten years connected with the City Engineers office b aIposition with the Louisville d Nash vllle Railroad Company The marriage of Miss Anna F Hubbuch and George T Settle w quietly solemnized Thursday evenii the rectory of St Mary Mag- I WUUamIGausepohl performing the ceermony which was attended by the families of the bride and groom Otto J Hubbuch and Leo J Schulten were thetceremony couple a two weeks Southern wedding trip and upon their return they will go to housekeeping In the Buerk apart ments at Brook and Kentucky treetsho Invitations are being Issued an aounclng the marriage of Miss Mary Elizabeth Motsch and Charles J J Doyle the ceremony to take place at Cecilias church on Wednesday afternoon April 23 The intended bride Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Michael Motsch and is popular in West End Society while the groom i I tobe Is connected with the transpor andseN popyatren in phehousekeeping at 2625 St Xavier street nan nMM Tho marriage of Miss Mary Butler and William J Connelly w I take place at St Cecilias charchablenext Wednesday morning with Ii nuptial mesa at 6 oclock and t attendants will be Miss Annie Bu ler Joseph G Butler Dr John T Chawk and John P McNamara After the ceremony a wedding break fast will be served at tho homo ofj he bride and then they will leave for a bridal tour of the principal Eastern cities Returning homo bousekeepIng 1 street Owing to the deserved nularityusually largo attendance of their friends Is expected to be at t church next Wednesday morning to wish them Godspeed on their matrl IrmenialRECOVERED Col Joseph P McGinn whose ill ness was noted in these columns last week has recovered and is again thgj pneumonia his friends are elated to the again see him in their midst COLLEGE MINSTRELS Societytoof c to this week when it presented the the Merry Jettwi Kfn trelsThe e sati i nwsAlwrinie twentyfour waa i= formly vkillful in tkii style of ante- uismeot r sad the eoetumiiic as emile effect forth varloa sun beta were appr pri U The satire pro 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 gramme was selected with charm and variety and the audience declared It to be one of the best entertainments- at ever presented In the college audi torium and qualified to stand as a shining example of amateur work POSTPONED In order not to conflict with the carnival for St Anthonys Hospital the ladles composing thq Sewing Society t of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital have postponed their euchre and lotto party that was to have been given next week until Monday and Tuesday April 21 and 22 This will give the ladles time to add to the arrangements already made PRAYERofThe Forty Hours Adoration will thevChurch of St Elizabeth on Burnett impressiversmorning and continuing until Tues ay Many priests will assist the pastor during these beautiful de doubtlessndlargely attended t30TS DAYS OFF wuvevacationiHoban Robert Scanlon Jet OLeary PatrIck Connors and T Ja Sullivan Upon their return va tions will be granted Dave Noir andXtJEFFERSONVILLE keThe Citizens Trust Company of Jeffersonvllle receiver for the Sisters of Mercy has named April 19 the date for the sale of the Mercy ordernnYof the Circuit Court the hospital was several weeks ago when pro NicholashHorutt and other mortgage holders nbeOLENOIut TUNIC meaThe Glenola skating rink will open this evening with a specially prepared floor for skaters and everything conducive to the skaters en- Joyment has been prepared One or the leading broods of skates has been obtained for those who desire rent them Glenola Hall is located Twelfth and Kentucky streets lieBISHOI FOR TEXAS omIA cablegram from Rome states that on the proposal of Cardinal Lai Secretary of the Consustor Congregation Pope Plus has pointed Rev H Nusbaum Passlonlst Consultor at Baltimore and f morly of West Hoboken N J to be Bishop of the diocese of Corp Christi ROSAREBS jgTSj A beautiful amethyst rosary large or medium rolled gold chain costs 125 retell price We will send you in a beautiful leatherette sailt yearisllsubscription to the Catholic ch 1 drens monthlYThe Child Apoa utboth for 81 It you can not afford tho dollar send us twentyfive cents for a years subscription to The Child Apostle Address The Child Apostle 1133 McCormick building Chicago Ill asWALNUT THEATER Tho exceptional cast for the V aerel nut Theater next week when theIJFrench vaudeville Alma will be produced Includes May Latham AvIta Sanchez Jessie and Wilbur Cox Miss Latham heralded as one of the prettl women on the American stage sit o was as much duo to her beauty as t 1 her vocal accomplishments that she was selected for the role of the j ManagerShawday matinee the entire receipts r which will be given to the local flo dInrelief fund J fFREEJ representsVincent Ger mantown in the Catholic Knights of America is Issuing Invitations for a grand vaudeville entertainment and reception to be given under its aus iece in the old school hall at Shelby D Oak streets on Wednesday night April 23 President John Schalda Ben Speaker Tony Hoick prH111pleasing surprises and a most enjoy evening They promise the arohetreattCROSS AS BEACON I at The dome of the Seminary of t Augustine which is to crown t heights of Scarboro Ont will boI surmounted by u cross Sorry feet above the lake levelJ This will be electrically illuminated night and will serve as a beacon f on Lake Ontario BANKho no Anger and astonishment reigns I- ish in of home rule circles since It became known that the Bank of Ireland which since 1805 has occupiedJ the promises of tho historic iris Parliament house in Dublin will no give up the premises for the now Irish Parliament unless evicted Ever since home rule became a llv hahn Irish Parliament would meet in the famous old assembly house in Dublin with its famous paintings and pictures of the old Irish ParJIa meat as it assembled before the union The Bank of Ireland le said hold an indeterminable lease from Bngllsh Government The Irishi Parliament Is to moat next year Toi think of holding the tint Parliament I aaslendt e bad rulers The outcome is a matter of excited apecaT it IJJn TRANSYLVANIAESixth Floor Paul Jones BuildlniIII SAVE YOURTEETH AND MONEY I have decided to continue these special prices for this month FULL PLATRS4-00Ii CROWN8300PO- RCELAINI CROWN 8300 nRuiGEWORK S300 dentistbe guaranteedwll1tellyourworkImpressiontakensame day DR FORESTNER ryDENTZ8T STnndOVER STORENEAROffice hours 8 to 8 Suudays 9 to 1 Lady attendant KMIITSi OP COLUMBUSj Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where i wasInltlThe Supreme Board of Directors are meeting in Washington D C A number of Indiana initiations were postponed till April 20 because of the recent floods ONelUFallswithin the next month The Supreme Council donated andIndiana selectedDorhola1buildingaphundred attended the ban tenthrxityusAt the annual dinner of the New York Knights it was announced that theOhioMlnndidY weep when they received Info the t entertlned theieo chaplain Rev Father Thomas Red ding a reception and to his surprise presented him a handsome purse of money The Knights of Washington D C who have been giving a two weeks klrmess have donated tho entire proceeds qt two matinees to d toistributionr Vice President Marshall was the speaker at one of the matinees HANNAmleRight Rev Bishop Hanna will be PnclfloIt c will be hold In San Francisco beg nine April 13 and continuing two days rOANADIAN GENEROSITY theMontrealof 10000 for the proposed monument to Thomas DArcy McGee StMANY NUNS BDBRE inthei uuuuu nuns They conduct 70 academies for girls 286 orpila- sylums 0n 100 homes for the age hundreinsaneproenparish The0 nuns to establish them EnglishCarmelites wbca1790- PRAISE INDEEDf ownintKnightsheArchblsbopIa recent address whichIatmakes good citizenship and the Andorare political nor commercial Politics has aothSing to do with the Columbus It takes no sides knows partisanship Like the church which it Is a dutiful and worthy child it refuses to interfere with questionsi bletherf= pure Christian manhood NOT SO BAD An old Scotch Highlander rather byUlement not to exceed one ounce of spirits In one day The old matt was a little dubious about the howtsatohoolwoeAnounce It Sixteen drams exclaimed the tUlikhtoA Highlander Goal No so sIxtMa drams T iRva sad tell Tonal Xaetavica Mi Wg Jhstbdome deco the aidhfc cojI b CASUALTY INSURANCE co I I CANDIDATE FOR REELECTION r DR ELLIS Dr Ellis Duncan announces DUNCANIthe office of Coroner of Jefferson ocratic primary August 2 1913 OVER HALF A MILLION STATIONS REACHED OVER THE HOME TELEPHONE JUST A MOMENT HAVE YOU TRIED OUR Long Distance Service It Will Save You Money Lowest Rates Fastest Service THE LOUISVILLE Home Telephone Co INCORPORATED RIDE A BICYCLEHealth hud Pleasure will be yoursyour financial surplus wil- lIncreaseydu will bemoreindefeudent you can go and come when you please But get a food Bicycleone that will stead the test Get a Greyhound Bicycle Sold by us and used by satisfied riders for many years Wire andIronWorKs217 WEST MARKET STREET tBE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE 1IJe McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kre Jf s c i A SELLER FOR FIFTEEN YEARS TobaccodCHEWS CLEAN MADE CLEAN MANUFACTURED BY OWEN TOBACCO COMPANY UNION MADELOUISVILLE KY TREATERgStarting Sunday Matinee April 13 MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS Alma Where Do You Live PRETTY MAY LATHAM upported by Avlta Sanchez Jessie Willihgham Wilbur Cox and astr ong and carefully selected company MatineesNights and Sunday Matinee 25c 35c SOc JOHN BAUNACH BURNETT AND TEXAS Moving and PackingH- OME PHONE CITY 5630 Prompt Attentiono Prices Rq seeable itre 7otEr Tors a+t aseatsoa twat xnl lapase Moo tee ltte ST XAVIERS COLLEGE lla wer1anmZrC e4u t4 tr tto XaveMut Broutai BotasUaa a B1 eM- ProWi afoey De rtaia tIJurK Pea wau 4am Tcnt 11tJ1 n nrJ CLEANING AND PRESSINGI All Kinds of Garments and Furs Gents Suits Cleaned and Pressed 100 Gents Suits Sponged and Pressed 50 Ladies Coat Suits Cleaned ndPressed12SLa- dies Coat Suits Sponged N- and Pressed 50 Ladies Long Coats Cleaned and Pressed 125 Work called for and deliveredy wHY SCHICKINGER 1105 S SHELBY ST Hertel Pite ne 2429 City h t s tTT t J- ENTUOKY iiin AltIERXCAN HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J1 BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS ss East Saint Street r THOMAS KEENANFu- neral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 Allcalls promptly attended to day or night I Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREET a JfJfJfJfJfJfJfJfJf8JfmtJtJmJmJJtJPlJrfJl1atJfJfJfJJfR t ft I Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice I 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 j iD J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTFu- neral 9 Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Aniwirtd Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET OLD FORTUNA j BOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO ZKOORPORATJIIDII DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS I FIRE WINES AL OHAOEOI I 345 West Green XJQUOteS StreetItIt ii t YAoooeO + SrSvT4E4S + S 9968 ri- r i DR J T CHAWK f I i t Veterinary Infi rmaryfi 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TeltfhmsCumb S 299a Home City 2399 t49N 4 Nl0 t All the late and new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable price Call and see ui I FOR A DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor go to WM F MAYER 9 413 W MARKET ST CENTRAL FURNITURE GO Incotpc ted N W CfTi Tiled ni OrtettSt We ffaraleh the home tIm ettra easy payments WMCALUIIAH Mr 5sris J- J III H BOSSE 1SON Funeral Directors and EmbalmersI eio JFBJHH A tTlecxuTelephone 1022 1 EXPERT PIANO TUNINGI AND REPAIRING 1j j Voicing Action Regulating c Prof Walter Klaussner 403 SOUTH SECOND Home Phone City 71116 1 JOHN B STRUBEL J JEWELER Watches Diamondsi 346 E Market Stt HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL r WORK GUARANTEED HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS DltUllcra and WholesaleI Dtal en ia Finest Braids of KM tacky WMtkto MpMially Pearl of Nelson e JfOTTLKD IN BOND T NrboM284 StXTM ST J if t aNlN NN N lHS N i1NNNiNlNN M N N N N O N HNNlNl lN i iHE n STRAUS Sons GFOURTH AVENUf e0 MARKET STREET Ill Advance Sale of Wash Goodsii ll and Linens5 WeliIii ii s z New White and Colored Wash t Materials For Early IfSpring Wear i4 IMPORTED WHITE BA inches wide with IITINE40 borders this sea popular styles regu lar 100 quality special per yard NUB AND CREPE IIIIFANOYi Voiles Also Crepe with Ratines ratine values up to 1bordersf per yard t VOILE With neat IiiWHITE 38 inches wide weight and quality usuallysells at 98e ape Ie cial per yard Ii newiI stripes and checks designs and regular 35c quali ii tics special per yard NUB In all the plain also white with colored and drawn Ii borders values up to Ii11g special per yard fee ON N N 85c 98e Iii 75t colorings 25el COLORED RATINES 11 colorings 851 NS MACKTN COUNCIL Makes Liberal Donation to St Lawence Home For Boys Mackln Councils meeting Monday night was well attended and In the enthusiasm that prevailed a generous donation was made to the St Law rence Institute for working boys President Adams occupied the chair and announced that but four mem bers were on the sick list W A Link being one of the number Four applications were received and four candidates presented themselves for obligation Attorney Robert r Burke in a telling speech urged all members who had proposed candi dates for membership in the Young liens Institute to see that they were present at the joint Initiation to be held on Sunday April 20 This will be a big event for Unity Trinity and Mackin Councils and should bring Into the order many Catholic young men That morning the menjbers ot the three councils will attend a special mass at 745 oclock in the Cathedral and receive holy com munion in d body The Initiation will take place at Mackin Club House in the afternoon and at night a grand banquet will be served in the auditorium of the Seelbach Hotel Offi cers of Mackin hope to have a class of fifty for this occasion An Invita tion was extended all to attend the dance to be given In the club house Thursday night SELECT SOCIAL The American Social Club composed of young ladles and gentlemen of the central part of the city will entertain Monday night with a select dance and reception at Schrelbers Hall Twentysixth and Bank This is a new organization whose members intend to give a number of delightful social affairs COMMUNION OF CHILDREN The early communion of children has brought the pastors into a closer contact with the little flowers of their flocks the result being that there is a tremendous revival of faith and piety among Catholics wherever the Popes commands are carefully carried out Frequent communion of the little ones pro motes Innocence and purity and by reflection spreads piety and devotion among the older people There Is little doubt from present indications that the twentieth century will be known as the Century of the Blessed SacramentRev F J Finn BJ v EFFECT IN VEILS The veil with the fine mesh Is a godsend to tie woman who has for gotten her birthdays It has a de lightful softening effect which suc ceeds In subtracting some of the dreaded years of blurring the tell tale lines of time A veil If wisely chosen will act as a good friend re vealing only that which the world may know and concealing ranch that the wearer desires to hide CARE FOR THE POOR Refuting the calumny that ene mien of the church circulate charg ing that she is indifferent to the needs of the poor the Rev Bernard Vaughan L J asks What more glorious chapter Is there in tho history of the last 2000 years than the record of Christian charity Turn buck to the earliest ages of the church and you will find her Bishops and priest and laymen erecting in stitutions for widows and orphans captives and debtors slaves and ekurekANT c Longcloths and Soft Nainsooks ENGLISH LONGCLOTH Chamois finish 36 inches wide 12 yards to the piece 125 value specialI piece EXTRA FINE 36 inches wide 12 yards in the piece regular 185 grade special perI piece SOFT FINISH Beautiful quality and finish 36 inches wide 12 yards to the piece 198 I piece quality special pe 40 INCH SEA sails at 239 for 2 yard per pieceTh 98cI QUALITY ENGLISH LONGOLOTH 149 I ENGLISH NAINSOOK SI 49 ISLAND SOFTFINISH NAINSOOK Usually FINE EGYPTIAN SOFT FINISH NAINSOOKFull 40 inches wide for fine undergarments and infanta wear usually sells at 275 special piece 225 NA N N i NON NO H dignity to labor Improving the con dition of workers protecting the weak and feeble taking the lead lu religious and secular education and In all social reform OPEN MEET With Smoker and a General Good Time For Hibernians Division 3 A 0 H held an Interesting meeting Monday night though the business was largely routine Hugh Hourlgah presided and obli gated one new member Messrs Tim McCarthy Michael Sheehan and Mat Connelly who are on the sick list were reported improving and John Morris has returned to his post In the pollee department Under the head of good and welfare it was de cided to hold an open meeting and smoker on Monday night April 21 to which all the divisions of the Falls Cities will Be invited and it Is cer tain that a general good time will be provided for all who accept the Invi tation The programme will be en tertaining and will Include a short address by a representative from each division This gathering should arouse interest in the Ancient Order and will likely be followed by others similar in character GIBBONS ONLY SURVIVOR The death of Bishop Hogan leaves Cardinal Gibbons the only survivor In the American hierarchy of the convocation held In the Vatican In 1869 LATEST IN STYLES A ribbed woodllke Ottoman silk Is a favorite for the spring onepiece dressesScarfs of lace incrusted tulle will be worn with lingerie and crepon dressesThe Russian blouse and smock are traceable in a great many of the now costumes Vests in colored silks are richly embroidered in Roumanian and Oriental colorings Bright Bulgarian colorings are very prominent in the decorations of the new parasols- A band colored tagal hat decor ated with large chiffon roses In dull smoky blue is delightful For the debutantes evening dresses moussellno and lace are favored for veiling satin or flowered silks The tricorne hat returns this spring more chic and Jaunty than ever Usually It has a vivid brim facingSolid brass toilet sets are another new wrinkle These are absolutely plain or combined with Circassian walnut For day wear the sleeve of the moment Is long and rather tight and It may be loose at both elbow and shoulder Coataof brocade velvet panne and the new figured ratine are worn with any afternoon gown with excellent effect EXPECTS COMETS Five notable periodic comets are expected to visit the earth again this year COOKING SCHOOL METHODS Mrs Brown Mary what a kit chen Every pot pan and dish is soiled the table looks like the day after a cyclone What have you been doingMartWell youngladlNhashowthey1Jlleschool Y i Readymade Sheets andii Pillowcases 1HEMMED1 gradeble Z at 121special each 20c at at 63c sell at 79c N h ONf N 0 83c IIPLAINII eachI1cf 11BESTi11 42x36 always sellatspecial value special each i1 ing always NN NNNb1e ta Iii 14c II IIBEDII specialeach 48cI 1BLEACHED 64e II OtIMPRESSIVE Blessing of Organ and Sta tions of Cross Last Sunday The fine new organ for the Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament at St Anthonys Hospital the generous do nation of the noble benefactress Miss Lillian M Pearson of Philadel phia was appropriately blessed and dedicated to the service ol God last Sunday afternoon by the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop or Louisville assisted by Rev J P Cronin V G Rev Patrick Monaghan and Rev Ignatius Wilkens O F M Rev Leonard Nurre of St Boniface church blessed the stations and re cited the Way of the Cross The Rev Father Wilkens delivered the sermon taking for his subject theII organ and its meaning Mrs Anthony Molengraft presided at the organ and the choir of St Boniface church un der the direction of Prof Molengraft rendered a fine musical programme composed of numbers written by Father Wilkens The Rev Charles P Raffo of St Charles Borromeo imparted the blessing Among the clergy In the sanctuary were Fathers Schuhmann Westermann White Jansen Bohlsen Reverman Acker man Alexander Berreshelm Gause pohl IBachmann Fitzgerald Roth out Schmitt and Cletus Brady C P The chapel was crowded to its fullest capacity and after the Te Deum the visiting clergy were given an elaborate banquet by the Sisters illSHOPA DIAMOND JUBILEE The Right Rev Henry Joseph Richter Bishop of Grand Rapids Mich last Tuesday passed the dia mond jubilee of his birth From all sections of the country he received congratulatory messages expressing hopes for continued good health and many more years of usefulness Bishop Richter was ordained on June 10 1865 and was consecrated Bishop of Grand Rapids on April 22 1883 BOOK OF HELLS The Book of Kelts produced by Irish monks In the seventh century Is the glory of Trinity College Dub lin The taste and delicacy the originality and the elaboration of coloring place It among the wonders of the world The book is so perfect that one can examine It most closely under the strongest magnify ing glass without finding lack of alignment or an irregularity In In terlacement PLEA FOR THE BOYS There is nothing In the world so well worth looking after as the boy and there Is no being In the world so neglected as the boy There is scant room for him We chaperon our glrlu and not too carefully but we leave Jhe boy to choose hisc associates and his environments with much advice and very little guidance Girls aro naturally gentle and companionable most of them at least and they win their way to and are welcome In all homes but we do not know of many homes where boys are Invited About the only door that swings with sure welcome for him about the only chair that Is placed near the fire for him about the only spot where he Is sure of a cordial greeting Is where you do not thehardest I getholdhim You think you know some thing about him but perhaps that verylikelyyouthanYear FRANK FEHR BREWING CO 1I Nv ORATED Brewers and Bottlers 1LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMANB- REWl1 G COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KTe Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANN t LICORPO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flawf QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville KyrFALLS 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 767I767Z Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK WALTERS 9 Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY OHNFOERTELCO a INCORPORA- TDDBUTCHERTOWWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERa 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 UXJISV1UL lib Ghas ft Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of thill kind In the city Beeks Magazines and Religious Articles or srmtr assoxrrrzox 434 West Jefferson Street BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses KeleotropaIEtc 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 Km Phase Shiwixi 1858 Prof Gco W Davis MILKMILK DELIVERED IN STERILIZED BOTTLES 1097Cumb C HEDDEN 1 107 Bardstewn Read I so THE 2 FAVORITES of LooIsTlllca Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL1- 0c 1 Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality l and flavor Homemade Unionmade and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY a CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET MONUMENTSqq We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging in price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargainrBefore purchasing please give situ a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St Hew Muldoon Monument Gi CB THOMPSON FLORISTSrONIjY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs I 632 FOURTH AVEHtfUX Seth Tetepba 1080- AH orders receive prompt aUeattM tad satisfaction guaranteed A DelightfulSmoe PHONE CITY 23 JO FOR CLEOPATRA UN GONDOLA jr A L DOMEOE 25 5 Clay Sfr i f 9 S lrr i JXENTUOKY IirS6 AltrERIOA I swIss CLEAER AND DERSBoth Money Apparel By Having Cleaned Your Here Wearing Phones 2207 617 S fourth Ave Do You Realize What0 u Nicks Green Label Means to You I If not listen It means double premium value at our store or one GREEN TRADING ST 1MP 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 BakingCoII LADIESWhy Last Seasons Hatl When you can have the shape changed into a new up to date stylej 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 8 fNA For Your Furniture Wants 1 WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices I the lowest and my terms the best MES GREENE I 425 427 and 429 East Market Street CONFIRMATIONSHOES I EMERSON Shoes For Men DUCHESS 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 I TO THE FAMILY VOLZ MICHAEL 336 WestI Market St Hii l dNH NNN- iiFOR GOODNESS SAKE r EATi I H MOTllESBREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South AWNINGSANoTENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mall promptly attended te Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST 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 clear and in fact leads all others in quality style name and real mer- itGEHER SON 2151 West Market St jI n 1 t ti I HARRYCNEHANiCandidate CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 A ML El ER CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary August 2 1913 I have servedJOu fouryeatS as Sberlff- l and If you me worthy of your support for County Assessor I assure you I will appreciate it HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolnj the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Omaha Hibernians are collecting funds to help those who suffered iIn the cyclone disaster there The County Board will this yea have a reunion and celebration sur passing any ever held by the Anclen Order in Louisville Interest Is being stimulated in the proposed new Hibernian Hall iin- I Portland Ore for which a valuabl lot has been purchased The nine divisions ot the Ladles Auxiliary in Indianapolis are coop crating in the relief work for the flood sufferers in that city Mrs Anna Clark County Prqsl dent of the Indianapolis Ladies Aux iliary lost her home and all her effects in the flood in that city Noteworthy was the prompt re sponse and effective help Tendered by the Hibernian Rifles in the flood stricken district of Columbus Ohio Division 1 and the two Ladies Auxiliaries of Portland Ore held a special meeting last week and for warded 200 for the Ohio flood sufferersDivision 4 meets Monday night and a big attendance is looked for President Henncssy will have some interesting reports to be acted upon and in addition a number of candidates will be obligated- Commemorating its first anni versary Juvenile Division 1 of St Paul last Sunday entertained the State county and division officers of both organizations and the juvenile auxiliaries of Minneapolis and St PaulDivision 2 looks for a good repre sentation from the other divisions at the grand lotto and dance announced OakIhas been a good sale of tickets and its success is assured Members of the oder and aux iliary filled the Church of the Madeleine at Portland Oreto overflowing on the occasion of their annual communion last Sunday week At the conclusion of the mass they were served breakfast in the assembly hall Every member of Division 1 should uttend the meeting to be held next Tuesday night in Falls City Hall Questions of the most vital Interest will be dlscused and the decision may have an Important bea- rling on the future of this division the first organized in Louisville The Ladles Auxiliary will meet Wednesday night in Falls City Hall This body has passed through a successful and prosperous winter hav ing increased its strength numer ically and financially At this meeting the time and place for the annual summer celebration will be consideredFather Weber the Indianapolis flood hero paid this tribute to Mrs Anna Clark County President of Ladles Auxiliary She seemed theII be everywhere that help was and was a good example of the type of womanhood she represented Mrs Clark forgot her own troubles to relieve the distress of others BRIGHT PROSPECTS According to mob Dundons forecast in the Louisville Times our baseball club should finish no worse than fifth which would baa big threefIorrowfulyearsr live critic concedes the lineup a chance for fifth presentII fans can even hope for better as there is no question but that theII preesnt management will not hesi tate to purchase new material in the event that some of the present players fail to come up to expectations Altogether 1913 promises to tea bright year here for the fans and the4 banner throng is expected in the neighborhood of Seventh and i Kentucky streets on April 24 I INDIAN MUSIC fTranklU K Laae s ort ry of E- MUIR WEISSINGER Candidate For ReElection For COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 1913 Primary August 2 J9I3 J Russell Gaines Candidate For ReElection SURVEYORJEFFERSON Subject to Action of Democratic Party Albert F Tillmani TAILOR Classy Suits to order 2500 and up Satisfaction euaran toed Over five hundred styles to select from Room 9 Whaync Building 414 W Jefferson St FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NW Coriier jtmrll and Jefferson SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- 3DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu sick Financial SecretaryJoseph War rollTreasurerThomas Keenan 8ergeantatArns Henry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keane DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Wil- lIams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasursrJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Hugh Hourigan Vice President John MMaloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes elon Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsp John J East Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J Langan Recording Secretary John JITarryTreasurerPatrick Conle- ySergeantatArmsThomas Far ellSentinelM J McDermott Y JkI I MACION COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn ton j Second Vice PresidentJohn J Lynn Financial SecretaryAC Link Recording SecretaryJohn ItIiI 3arry Corresponding Secretary Harry T KibbeyJTreasurer Sebastian Hubbuchiij Marshal Fred Seauler II tnslde Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrankl E GratJiJ Ira ij Interior has appointed Geoffrey iI OHara the composer to record nave Indian music and arrange It tot JJ- UN la the Indian schools r 7 Primary Election August 2 1018I JOSEPH M KEYER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic party VOTE FOR SAMUEL W GREENE FOR COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Dundalk Harbor Board re elected B Hamlll as Chairman The Portadown Spinning Ct mpan bas granted an all around increase of wages to their employes At the Wicklow Assizes Justice Madden congratulated the grand Jury on the absence of crime in the countyRecently thirtysix head of cattle were driven off the lands of Eyri Stack at Ballyconry in the Listowe districtAt meeting of the Rathkeali Guardians Dr Thomas Magner was elected Medical Officer defeating Dr J B Hayes- Patrick Donohoe of Coppagh and Michael Kiernan of Rockfleld have been sworn in as Magistrates for County Cavan at Kllleshandra The Lurgan Rural Council hatS decided to purchase two acres and two roods of ground for toe purpose of extending Seagoe graveyard W J Jones has been elected Councillor for the vacancy in the Waterford Center ward He secured 393 votes as against 143 cast for P GilliganA of coal has been discov ered near BallyJamesduff and a public meeting has been called for the purpose of taking steps to have the seam worked By nine votes to five the Ferman agh Technical Committee adopted a resolution appointing five Natlonal lets to represent the Committee on the Home Industries Association The death has taken place at his residence Bunratty Castle of Mar tin Corbett who for many years carried on an extensive business In Nenagh The death has occurred of Bryan ODonnell a farmer at Inver County Donegal at the ago of 114 ODon nell whose faculties remained un impaired to the last could speak Irish only The proposal to light the town of Tullamore with electricity was discussed by the Urban Council at a recent meeting when It was decided to have an opinion of an expert on the matter At the annual meeting of tho Galway Historical and Archaeologil cal Society W Fltzjohn Trench M A presiding Lord Klllanln was elected President for the ensuing quinquennial period At a meeting of the Westport Urban Council a resolution was passed requesting the Government to remove the extra police force rom the district as their presence was entirely unnecessary- A well known merchant passed sway at the age of seventy in the person of Michael Farrell Born aln Ossory He took a prominent part In local political affairs during the days of the Land League On the Occasion of his leaving for America Charles McCarthy whoa a great grandnephew of Daniel Connell was presented by the members of the Newmarket branch of the Gaelic League with a gold medal and a suitcase- It is proposed to place two memorial tablets on tho mausoleum In Loughmore cemetery where rest the remains of the Brothers Cor mack who were hanged In Nenagh jail in 1857 for the alleged murder jf a land agent named Ellis At Runnamoat near Castleraa atrick Conneely aged seventyone lost his life Conneely was sitting at the fire in his residence when his wife left for a short time On her etiirn she found him lying in the flrehls face and arm burned and life extinct The obeequiee took place at St 7atr cks iFermoy of the late Rev Garrett Fouhy who had retired from active missionary work after perlodsofservlceJn Plymouth llanworth Mallow and Cbarleville I eceaaad was a member of an old lurrane family I What the Club Plan IsYou What It Means to 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 the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for Joining for Instance The membership fee on a 2500 purchase would be 7oc The membership fee on n 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 260 down in addition to the membership fee making a total of 325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance in small weekly or monthlypayments When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are purchased 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 I the privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON TIlE CLUB PLAN ifurther information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer IIOTHER by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth t Ii JJONINCDRPORA7ED 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