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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1TT PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second and Breckiarldge 16 SATURDAY APRIL 19 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOfflCE OfficialH Now Stuunch Believers in the Merits of Civil Service Kvening Post hindu Another Al ly in Its Cuniimlgn AfjuiiiHt Suhmitt Local Bigots Attempt to Pre vent u Change in Local PoHtofflce PROGRES1VES RETROGRESSING Attention has been called in the Kentucky Irish American to the Evening Post In persistency of the Its efforts to decry any attempt OI In the Democrats to force It change the management of the local Post office by renioving the partisan politicians who having become spoiled with their long tenure of hcMtnted at any minoroffice never matter of violatlolt of civil service rules or against the applicant As stated above lire being defended daily with Its cry of civil esfendersheetafilthysometimes arouseMeracopesprejudicet pie The local A P A forward with tho following The reports a banquet in Louisvilletheconference Amongcityothers the notoriousDir E T Whallen spoke titSchmidtnext Potsmaster of Louisville shameful thing The CourierIs a Journal thus reports his speech I dont know very much about the Postorrce or how fur my power will extend but I will pmmiso one thing and that Is that when I take omcn I shall do all In my power for Democrats and the Democratic party Think of it a man who confesses thethatvastly Important duties he would virassumethetuallyWeinterestthewonder+ t were to think his speech was asit should be or whether they were against his candidacy and sought to hhruinshameless speech Surely h if the atauthoritiesreportWashingtonthis man Schmidt U he Is properly reported could not be entertained for this high office The above is simply another at tempt to cloud the issue in the case and prevent the removal of the men who were proven guilty In the O Don nell case of peculating School Board petitions while other cases otem havebezzlementcropped out in the last couple ot years enough to make all decent citizens anxious for a change it Is a safe bet that Dick Schmitt not Schmidt will give more satisfaction to the public at large and fairer treatment to all employes regardless of creed or politics and as for the notorious Col Whallen as styled by our narrowminded bigot of the Baptits World the Louisville public minwhondourraised thousands of dollars for tho Salvation Army than his critic who might try to emulate Col Whalleno example from a charity standpoint and obtain some of his notoriety but It is general knowledge that men of the type of tho Baptist World writer confine their efforts to adopting resolutions of sympathy during times of distress or trouble The announcements of Dr Mech ling for Coroner and Delos B Rogers for Police Judge appear in these columns today subject to action of the Democratic primary and both are now busy campaigning Dr Mechlings many followers In local athletic circles are busy in his Inter ests and intend to form a ward anJ precinct organization James Duddy has also announced for Constable in the Eleventh and Twelfth wards and Is known as Roger Nohaltys protege Roger being at the head of his campaign committee The efforts of the Herald to arouse any enthusiasm among the Progressive voters of last November are growing feebler daily and few are interested enough to suggest possible nominees It is presumed that Prof Ragsdalo and the other Progressive loafers will Incorporate the legaliz ing of prize fights in their platform as the recent fist fight in the com raitteo meeting was the best adver tised feature of the Progressives thus far CATIIOLIO UNIVERSITY Its friends throughout the country are pleased to learn that after Its reverses of former years the Cath olic University of America at Wash ington iii again entering upon a period of growth and expansion Elaborate plans to make the Cath olic University one of the great edu cational centers in the United States and In fact in the world were formu lated at the recent meeting of tho Board of Trustees which drew to Washington the hlghsst prelates and dignitaries of the Catholic church in this country In order to avoid delay in carrying out the plans the Board of Trustees unanimously voted that m f i o ff1 i Ye- lc r Iie i i to 1 f t ENTUCK y l 4 y R C Mnnslgnor Thomas J Shahan Rector of the university be authorized to prepare a schedule of all the build ings that ho thinks the university eeds and to carry forth the work on he new structures which It Is es imated will cost more than 1000000 There are now over 1000 students at the university anti he enrollment is increasing at the ate of 150 each yea- rGALA TIJJtE friendship and Open Meet Ing of Division 3 A O H Division 3 A 0 H will next Mon day night introduce an innovation In local Hibernian circles at its hall Eighteenth and Portland avenue It will be in the nature of a friendship and open meeting to which all who ure eligible to membership in the Ancient Order have been cordially Invited Special invitations have been sent the County Board and the divis- Ions of the Falls Cities and therefore an unprecedented attendance is anti cipated Division 3 has had a pros perous year and it is the intention of the officers and members to make the 1913 record surpass all others The programme will be an entertain lug one with vocal and Instrumental numbers Each division will bo represented by a speaker whose talk will be restricted to ten minutes Divis ion 3 has a reputation for hospitality and on this occasion there will bean abifndance of good things to eat and drink From what we hear it will be a friendship meeting indeed and therefore every division should be well represented Will Hold Annual Midsum mer Reunion at Phoe nix Mill At a well attended and interesting meeting on Friday night of last week the Central Committee of the Cath olic Knights of America decided to hold the annual midsummer reunion at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday June 1C A number of committees will make the preparations and the 2000 members in the Falls Cities arc prom- Ised a big celebration President Schalda occupied the chair and on be half of Branch 32 invited the central body to the free reception and enter tainment to be given at the old St Vincent de Paul school hall Shelby and Oak on Wednesday night April 23 State President John Score when- calleduponwgaveooJ1ssuruncetha4an other branch would be added to the list in Louisville before tho end of May He also spoke of the coming State convention to be held In thla city when a resolution was unani mously passed pledging the hearty support of the Central Committee to the State officers in the entertainment of the delegates and visitors who will then be here John Kinney delegate from Jeffersonvllle and Peter Dowjing of the Cathedral branch made Interesting talks and submitted suggestions for the national conven tion that meets next month in Wash- Ington ID C APPRECIATION Trinity Council Will Ban quet Members of Mudl cal the success scored at Macauleya Theater with Dolly Dollars there is much activity among the members of Trinity Council Y M I The meeting Monday night was well attended and thirteen appllca lions were received President Eck ert commended the members for their earnest work end announced that the class for Sundays initiation would bo completed at a meeting called for Friday night Trinity Council has made an active campaign and will have about sixty candidates for the degrees tomorrow afternoon which will put It well on the road to the 500 mark An early adjournment was taken that those present might at tend the complimentary dance ar rand for the members of the Trinity 7 M I Musical Club While all reports are not in there is no question of the artistic and financial suc cess of the Miss Dolly Dollars production and to show appreciation therefor the members of the company and tho committees that rendered such valuable services will be entertained at a banquet and dance to be given at Trinity Hall on the even ing of May 6- BENEFIT FOR HOSPITAL The members of the Sewing So cletyof Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital have arranged for what promises to bo a most enjoyable euchre and lotto party and recep tlonto be held at the hospital next onday and Tuesday both afternoon and evening of each day which will be supplemented by light refreshments To this social entertainment In aid of this great hospital the ladles extend a cordial Invitation toI- L their friends JEFFERSON VILLE After a long and severe Illness Mrs Mary Garrity beloved wife of John Garrlty of Jeffersonville has gone to her eternal rest During her illneee be showed perfect resignation to Gods will and when her call came Itt was answered with the Christian spirit and fortitude that marked her life Mn Garrity wall a native of County Glway Ireland but for over forty years had been a resident of Jefforsonvlllo where she was widely known and respected Mrs Garrity is survived by her husband two sons Michael and James Gar rity and one daughter Mrs Nellie Kenney There is one brother John Francis of Edwardsville Ill and a cousin Michael Francis of this city During her long residence In Jeffcr Bonvillo Mrs Garrity was an active member of St Augustines church from where her funeral was hold Wednesday morning Rev John OConnoll officiating at the solemn obsequies KAKETREAT Lecture and Musicale Sun day Night at Wind thorst Hall A rare treat is in store for those who will visit Windhorst Hall Floyd and Magnolia tomorrow night to hear the Rev Father Francis Cas silly S J Vice President of St Xnvlers College Cincinnati who comes to Louisville at the invitation of the Rev Oscar P Ackermnnn pastor of St Philip Nerls church Father Cassilly who is a native of this city and a noted lecturer will take for his subject Social Prob ems in the study of which the greatest minds of the country are now engaged Ho is a pleasing speaker and Is always heard with deep Interest In addition there will be a musical programme with vocal and instrumental numbers by Misses Louise Forst and Gertrude Simpson Messrs John McCrocklln and Robert Davidson Thornton Flynn Miss Imelda Shea and David Maloney Doth Second and Preston street cars can be taken to within a few minutes walk of the hall Tomorrow morn ng at 815 oclock there will be a solemn high mass at St Philip Nerls when Bishop ODonaghue will administer itiho sacrament of confirmation GOOD Extended County Presi dent by Home Division At the meeting of Division 4 A O H last Monday evening In Bertrand Hall the principal topic discussed in addition to the regular business was he wedding of County President W J Connolly a member of the dlvls on to Miss Mary H Butler daugh ter of exState President George J Butler the ceremony taking place 1Vedueaday morniny an gCa1l members being present In addition to the good wishes expressed the officers of Division 4 were author zed to purchase a wedding present or the occasion the committee electing a handsome Davenport ounge William P Kelly was obligated by President Hennessy and the application of Joseph Finnegan was ecelved County Secretary Dan OKeefe was present and Invited the members to attend the euchre and lotto to be given by Division 2 at their hall on Thursday evening April 24 and on motion the invita tion was accepted The quarterly reports of Financial Secretary Thomas J Langan and Treasurer Pat Connelly were read showing that he division had suffered a severe drain on its treasury from sick and death benefits during the past three months IRISH EUCIIKE AND DANCE Division 2 A O H has completed all arrangements for the Irish euchre and dance to be given next Thursday night in the hall at Thirteenth and Oak streets The games will begin at 8 oclock and the numerous handsome awards made will be a feature There will be Irish music and dances by County Secretary OKeefe Pros dent Con Ford Joe Lynch John Keaney and others who will trip the light fantastic as In the old days in Ireland All Hibernians and their friends are cordially Invited and may rest assured they will enjoy tho evening As this will be the first Hibernian public socal affair of the season tho officers and members of Dlvsion 2 will endeavor to make It ne that will not be surpassed UNITED CATHOLIC WORKS Representatives of the fiftyfive different societies of the Catholic church In Now York City assembled In the Twelfth Regiment Armory last Saturday night to usher into exist ence the new federation of Catholic charitable organizations to ho known as the United Catholic Works Cardinal Farley gave the movement his official sanction in an address delivered to its leaders and about 4 ifrOO auditors Cardinal Farley Is the President of the new organization and aigrs Mooney and Lavolle are Vice Presidents Its work will have to do with day nurseries fresh air outings Immigrant protection con valescent homes social reform work and retreats for laymen CANDY PULLING The Sacred Heart congregation will have the annual candy pulling and entertainment for the schoolchildren of that parish on May 5 Tibis Is always a happy day for the little ones and Its coming la awaited with Interest Extensive preparations for this years event are being made by the ladles of the Altar Society who should be sHtedby every member of the parish There will be an admission fee of ten cents to defray the expenses and whatever la realised will go to the fund for the excellent school maintained by the Rer Father Patrick Walsh 4 y 1y 1M a I II8 7 Blg 1al For thu liree Coiiu ells Of f1icGhalls c tie iiI Spceinl Masse i the Cathedral Class lnit utTunand Itamiuct Bishop o the Mayo and FathcrlGronin VIII Spoilt el1c s GRAND OFFICERS THE GUESTS 1eif Tomorrow should prove the biggest day in the rof the Young Mens Institute lie three Falls Cities and hISth success the efforts of the unclls of Louts ville and New y to bring closer together and uplift the Catholic young ment of thelarce cities UnityI Council of New Abany and lrlnityI and Mackin Counc llei of this city have been working trcnuously for this event and each Will have a large class of candidates i ew realize the good this splendid society has been doing among thefCatholic youth of the country and ttho success that will be achieved tomorrow will be equally gratifying Jo those fathers who are not affiliated as well as their sons who arp members For some time past ttie three councils have been maklngjfspeclal effort to secure candidates for this initiation tack determined to make the best showing and wlrilano figures are given out there will be at least 100 nil the number pray reach 150 The days programme will open at he Cathedral of tle Assumption at 745 oclock wll1if a special high mass at which the Rev P M J Rock the rector yjvlll be tho cele brant and preach the sermon All members of the three councils and candidates to be are ex pectod to attend this mass in a body end approach holy communion This will be a most edifying sight and very member of the 7Y M I shoulu be present thus showing their trength and numbers and opening he way for stlll gjrfater growth In the afternoaS the Initiatory ceremonies in Mackin Council club Twentysixth street begirin oclock The numbQr of hOIon for membership thus tar Would 1Indicate aliatvAbsi elsea alcgit tJie 100 and 160 candidates The degree work will be put on by a special team composed of Daniel J Hennessy of Trinity Council Peter Gunder and John E Stumler of Unity Council and George J Thornton of Mackin Council This team has been re hearsing for some time and promises to give the members in attendance and especially the candidates some thrilling surprises After the initiation special cars will be taken and all proceed to the Seelbach where an elaborate ban quet will be served in the big audl crlum beginning at 630 oclock and for which 300 or more covers will be laid The committee in charge of this part of tho days celebration promises all who attend the banquet a splendid treat both in the menu and the programme Supreme President Robert T Burke will act as toastmaster and will introducej the speakers who will respond to the allowing toasts Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville The Young ilen In the Church Hon W O Head Mayor or Louis rills The Nations Thoroughfare Very Rev James P Cronin V G Faith and Fraternity- P H Keefe of Pittsburgh Grand President Our New Jurisdiction C A Slinger of Indianapolis will be the last speaker unless the hour is not too late for a few impromptu M I of the country is now composed of two jurlmllctions and this will be tho first vlsit of Grand President Keofo since the Pittsburgh convention of last year This Is truly an organization for the Catholic young men and there should be coun cils like those In the Falls Cities very Catholic community in country Many fail to realize the InII fluence they wield or the many have been saved to church and coun ry by membership RECENT DEATHS i Monday morning requiem mas and funeral services were held over the remains of Mrs JIary Bell Bates In Holy Cross church and were largely attended Deceased was the beloved wife of Oscar Bates 927 South Twentyninth street and la survived by six children for wjiom there Is the most heartfelt sympathy The funeral of John Owens who lied Sunday afternoon following a ong Illness was held Wednesday horning from St Patricks church f which for many years ho had been faithful communicant The greater mrt of his life he had been in the mplor of the railroads entering roulsvlllo and he was a respected ncrabor of the Ancient Order of HI lernlans and other fraternal socle fen Besides his wife two sons urvive him- Claimed by death when life was at Its death of Casper Hammer last Tuesday afternoon came u a severe ahock to his devoted family and bulla H and society as K clate He had been a patient suf ferer for some itlwe and was fully prepared for tie final summons t Born In Germany fiftytwo years agoIhe came to Louisville us a boy by business ability and honesty won the confidence and respect of the people of this city who nearly all knew him Besides his widow Mrs Mary Hammer ho leaves three chil dren Joseph N Casper Jr and Miss Katherine Hammer Tho funeral was held yesterday from St Marys church of which deceased had been a lifelong member INTEREST Displayed atthe Meeting of Division 1 Tuesday Night There was a marked Increase In the attendance at the meeting of Division 1 A O H and President Tarpy and the other officers felt greatly encouraged The business was dispatched in order that the di vision could proceed to the home of John Owens and pay tribute to the memory of one who had been sa faithful member of the division His death claim and sick benefits were allowed and Messrs Patrick Con AnthonyTompkins pallbearers morning An invitation was receiver and accepted and nil pledged them solves to be present at the friendship nightTllomasby unanimous vote declared elected a member of Division 1 and with a number of others will receive the de grees at an initiation to be soon held County Secretary Daniel OKeefo was a welcome visitor and thedivisionnextThursdaywas accepted and many promised to JohnOwensdeterredmombers WASHINGTON Making Great Preparation For Supreme Council- C K of A All arrangements are practically completed for the triennial national convention of the Supreme Council Catholic Knights of America which convenes in the national capital on Tuesday May 13 to which Joseph P McGinn of Louisville and Peter Manion of Henderson will be th I1 eegaearQmwteJntuckyi 8tat Council The programme arrangtjiTt by the Washington Knights Is an elaborate one and will open with ervices in St Patricks church Fol lowing the mass one of the Commissioners of the District will welcome he delegates and visitors Two business sessions will be held dally and at night there will be a theater party and visits to the Congressional Library Bureau of Printing and Engraving and other public places On Wednesday a pilgrimage will be made to Mount Vernon where Supreme President Oaudln will place a wreath on the tomb of the immortal Washington This will be followed by a stop and dinner and shad bake at the popular Potomac river resort Marshall Hall The convention wilt come to a close Saturday when the Knights will make an automobile trip to the Catholic University and the Franciscan Monatsery The White House and many other public buildings will be visited during the week CONNELLY IJUTLER The marriage of William J Con nelly County President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Miss Mary H Butler the accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs George J Butler was solemnized Wednesday morning with a nuptial mass at St Cecilias church Despite the early hour the church was well filled with friends and well wishers of the worthy couple who were showered with congratulations Following tho church ceremony the bridal party were entertained at a wedding breakfast at the home of he brides parents Twentyfirst and Portland avenue after which the happy couple left for an extended honeymoon trip to all the large Eastern cities to be gone until some time n May ACKNOWLEDGEMENT- The Kentucky Irish American ratefully acknowledges special in Ration to be present at the nvesttture of the Right Rev Monsignor F A OBrien which takes lace at St Augustines church alamazoo Mich on Wednesday corning May 7 While we may be i unable to be there in person we will I be with this good priest in spirit and in extending our congratulations on- his deserved elevation we wish him many more years of health and use ulness in his holy The regular monthly meeting of he Catholic Federation on Thursday nlghtot last week was not as well attended ad had been expected President Ganz was unavoidably absent and David OConnell presided Onlv Bare routine business was trane acted Next month the Executive ommlttqe will make its report on the per capita tax question THE CHILDRBNS DAY Tomorrow will be childrens day NerlsBurchthe pastor will celebrate high mace e at 8 oclock when forty boys and girls will have the extreme pleasure of receiving their first holy corn munion from his hands For some months past Father Ackermann and the good Sisters have been preparing the class for this happy event one of the most important in the life of ho child and the parish Bishop ODonnglnio will also be present ant administer the sacrament of con firmation Mackin Council Continues Campaign For More Members Mackin Council Y M l 1 A sue cessfully continuing Its campaign for new members and is therefore con stantly gaining in Strength Tho meeting Monday night was fairly attended and much routine business was dispatched President Adams applications elected which will swell the class to be initiated tomorrow Thomas Hodapp and H K Blanford who art on the sick list were reported im proving but the condition of John Buckley remains unchanged An nouncement was made that the next reception dance would take place on Tuesday night April 29 when the members may invite their friends and relatives Supreme President anInouncedInitiation tomorrow afternoon and the banquet at the Seelbach at night and Jt met with hearty approval The Building Committee made no report I but will be heard from within the next few weeksII FOR ALL- Complimentary Entertain ment by Branch 32 4 C K of Arr For the entertainment of the Cath olic Knights of the city and the people of Germantown Branch 32 C KII of A will give a reception and freoI vaudeville show next Wednesday night In tho old St Vincent do Paul school hall Shelby and Oak streets I For several weeks committees have been busy making arrangements andI preparing tho programme which promises several teal surprises Over i 2000 Invitations have been issued and the largest gathering in the his tory of Branch 32 Is looked for Among those who will be present areI the olllcers of the Kentucky State mul1lIlia Inane ot4eftor- raa iibne w pres tWaC9ttiIice i setting forth tho advantages offered thoso who become members of 1IMsI great Catholic fraternal Insurance society Ills will be the only address but the programme to be presented by Len Speaker and his slstants will be original and a asII departure for gatherings of this kind After the performance there will be a reception and refreshments WISE STEP Dr Fowler to Make Tour and Observe Hospital Methods Dr J W Fowler Superintendent of the City Hospital left Tuesday for a two weeks study of the leading hospital of the country Our City Hospital was never so well managed as under the administration of Dr Fowler who took with him letters of Introduction from Mayor Head end the Board of Safety Before his departure Dr Fowler said The object of my trip is to be ome acquainted with the most ad vanced mode of conduct of a modern hospital such as Louisville will have when its 1000000 plant is completed and ready for occupancy September 1 It is the desire of Mayor Head and the Board of Public Safety to make the Louisville City Hospital the finest In the South and occond to none In tho entire country Everything wll be newbuildings equipment and methods of manage ment During the absence of Dr Fowler r C Louis Molr Assistant Superln rodent will be in charge of the hospital ANOTHER VINCENTIAN SOCIETV Wednesday evening the men of St Peters parish held a special meeting In St Peters Hall Seventeenth andI Garland avenue when preliminary steps were taken for the organization of a St vincent de Paul Society Conference The object of tho society Is to help the suffering and destitute and St Peters parish furnishes a field for one of Itho strongest conferences in tho city Father Edmund Kaiser the pastor has given the movement his hearty WALNUT THEATER There is no gainsaying the ex traordinary popularity of Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch which returns to the Walnut Theater unday after noon after a triumphant tour Of three continents being shown fn every city of any importance in the world The engagement of this dra matization of the Alice IHegan Rico story is for the entire week with the usual matinees This homecoming of Mrs Wiggs Lovey Mary MIBsII Hazy and all the other delightful characters of the tory will awaken widespread interest had there is title doubt that Col Shaw will realize the biggest weeks business of toe entire Beacon QJ c 1 n co a EAT- ROSA BREAD UNION XADE Labels Redeemable at Ktrbys b and lbc Store VOLUME XxxNO LOUISVILLE I discrimination byrotec CourierJournal cmirierJournal shameless- enough CATHOLIC KNIGHTS ClubN- otwithstanding WISHES WJConnelly onnghrW wjli3Jffibeld responsesThe bclghtedtsthe calling- FEDERATION GAINING approvalI ARKANSAS Vicar General lull Sees Dan ger Ahead Per That JRShttek Vile Abuse of Catholics Turns Settlers Awwy From That Section Persecution Always Helps Good Cause and Brings Downfall to Persecutor CHARGES THAT ARE ABSURD Roy J M Lucey V G writing for the Little Rock Southern Guard ion says one of the great puzzles to the editors and patrons of the papers Issued by the Guardians of Bigotry Is the Indifference of Catholics to ward their ebullitions Some years ago an agent for a new fangled faun implement called upon an old farmer 3 In what is now Grant county Ark t land dilated with flowing eloquence upon the wonderful properties of said implement Concluding his harangue he asks Now what do you say Well tho old farmer replied when a man lies like that anythingIno no church Persecution always bane fitted a good cause and always brought the persecutors to a down fall These papers go so far that they disgust even the Intelligent and respectable opponents of the church They indulge in a vulgar abuse that would cause them to be forbidden the use of the malls it the attention of the postal authorities were called to their actions The Sheridan Headlight published at Sheridan Grant county Ark Is now in tho category of what is forbidden to be carried by the United States malls its absurd charges against the Cath olic church need no refutation The most unfortunate feature about the paper Is the effect of Its work upon prospective Immigrants The Head light openly declares that any Cath olics who acknowledge tho Pope of Rome as supreme head of their church are not welcome in Grant county and that it speaks with the endorsement of the business men of h tQJYnlota h ridan andthtot Cnt rk11h1s lir thevlrtual statement of Messrs R R Adams and Britt Adams These men in their paper with the apparent approval of the business men of the community have uttered the most vulgar villlfi catldns against the Catholic church a stheirdifficult that a Catholic church or school can not be erected In Grant county or If erected shall be burned down The Messrs Adams of the Headlight will not permit Catholics to worship God according to the dictates of their own conscience There shall be no tolerance of Cath olics so far as they have power to prevent it Copies of their paper are being sent to Colorado Nebraska and other places where Catholic Immi grants were discussing the circulars sent out by land agents of Grant and other counties Is it reasonable to suppose that any worthy Catholic Immigrants will come to a place whero their religious principles are outraged and perhaps their lives placed in jeopardy This is a serious matter and should be treated in a serious manner This is why I stated in a former article that the communities in which these vile papers are published should not be made responsible for their wild ravings unless it was clearly evident that the business men of thQ community actually endorsed the papers It was suggested that a committee of the Knights of Columbus and the German State Vereln be appointed to Investigate the matter and report their findings I am cer lain that it would be a pleasure to be able to announce that the business men of Grant county Ark take no stock in the unjust attack upon the Catholic religion and Catholic institutions But priests are con stantly receiving letters from pros pective Catholic capitalists and Immigrants about lands and suitable places for settlement and In every instance are demanded the advantages of a Catholic church and school Under present circumstances all that a priest can do about inquiries in respect to Grant county is- o forward a copy of the Sheridan Headlight lHAPPILY WEDDED Miss Blanche Beaucond of Lafayette township and William J Marin of New Albany wcremarrled by the Rev Father Joseph Sermersheim at St MarysoftheKnobs church Tuesday morning They will reside at East Thirteenth and Elm streets TIle bride is a daughter of John Beaucond a former member of the Board of County Commissioners and JosephMartin GLAD HE IS BACK Those having business at the Louisville Postpff Ico were glad to seer Weigher of Mails Thomas Wilson again on duty after an absence of three months the result of a fall on Wa1Ifracturedentertained for his recovery Jxr hiievt- Qr r 4 d KENTUOKY XJJSH A RIOAN 1 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKfflNAa- reted to the Social cad Moral MriiceMMieitf Irish Americas and CaAolica Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CatboHc Knights of America ICaNfMfcKY 1 IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers BUBSCRItfTlON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY 5C BnUrtd it tb LculirllU PotioHle II SeeondClm fUtUr Udreuill Contaailcatlois to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreea St TRADES nNtIONCOUNCIL tLOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 39 1913 POPE PLUS Up to tho hour the Kentucky IrIshr American went to press tho newn concerning the condition of Pope All thisI conflictingPlus X was week the Rome dispatches provedI most uncertain first reporting an Improvement In the Holy Fathers e condition soon followed by othei indicating that his case was hopeless That the Father of Christendom Is critically 111 can no longer I doubted as the three AmericaI Cardinals have arranged to leave forI Rome at a moments notice In tho meantime the prayers of the Catholl world arc being offered for tbo Popos recovery Dr Amid again visited the Pontiff Thursday afternoon and found little alteration In his condition since morning The temperature of the Pope was slightly Increased but as- a whole the condition of the patient was stationery Hope was containedI In another dispatch which tells ius the Holy Father himself says bo 1 Is better When Dr Amlcl visited him at noon Thursday and asked him how he felt the Pontiff replied This 1 b the first day since my relapse that 1 feel generally relieved MUST NEED MONEY I The Baptist Book Concern locateI al 650 Fourth avenue is circulating the following advertisement The Priest The Woman and The Confes slonal by Father Chinlquity It 1IsI very Interesting and gives the dan gers of the confessional practiced bY the Roman Catholics Twice has tho plates of this book been destroyed bI the foe This book Is hated by Its enemies because it exposes their dangerous heresies It should bread by all who desire a more perfect knowledge of the dangerous doc trines of the Catholic church Order today 169 postpaid C The Baptist Book Concern falls to enlighten the prospective buyers or a fuller identity of the author of thif all work but the IfeptuckY- IrIsh American wliTfurntsli the following brief description for the benefit of this Christian publish Ing house which Is depending on tlll solo of suggestive publications for a livelihood and invites you to have them in the home for the children Father Chiniquly was an unfor tunate priest dismissed for immor ality and was taken up by the Presbyterians who made him tia minister but later dismissed him for embezzlement He was therefore immoral mid a thief and the above publishing house should offer an i apology for its conduct through the Baptist local organs WOULD SAVE WOMAN Suffrage or tile right to vote and the right to hold office write Cardinal Gibbons are ambitions that some women have that are really rights of smiliarity and not ot equality Seeking those socalled rights alienates the feminine spirit from its foreordained and guarded haventhe home To debar woman from such pursuits as suffrage or from doing a mans work or from wearing masculine attire Is not to degrade her To restrict her field of action to the gentler avocations ot life Is not to fetter her aspirations t after the higher and bettor Our President our statesmen and our judiciary hold the high office of framing or Interpreting or executing the laws Cut our Christian women wives and mothers hold a higher place for they mould the character of our statesmen and Jurists In their childhood and install virtue In their hearts Our greatest statesmen have loudly and unanimously pro claimed their indebtedness to their mothers WILL PASS BILL There was little of Interest in the cable news this week from London the smooth political waters being stirred only by the introduction of e buff to abolish plural voting The present pause In tho ferocity of party conflict In the House of Commons over Government measures will probably disappear In a few weeks when the Government resumes discussion of the Irish and Welsh bills and especially when Asquith proposes the drastic guillotine closure giving but a few days for their resumed discussion There is now no doubt of the passage of the homo rule Sill the opposition realizing that any obstruction upon their part will prove futile We can not Improve on t ifs- aratrapkI takes from the Western Watehcuarw we reproduce It We I S offer our condolence to Archbishop Glennod upon the death of his father in Ireland The world knew little ot him but to have raised such a son was honor enough for any man May he rest in peace i I Socialism was never known to put a single penny In the pay envelope or I the workingman Thus declaresI Peter W Collins who knows theIII truth of his words It is also trlle I that Socialism never aided organizedl I labor but has used every effort to check its progress 1I Kansas City has passed a law expelling clairvoyants palm readers trance mediums and other porno II laying claim to the possession iot mystic arts Such a law should be passed and enforced in all cities Democrats should treat the const tution with care It has stood well I and mutilating it with amendments should be strenuously opposed KNIGHTS OP GOLIIBIISS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where I Work on the 60000 Milwaukee club house will begin May 1 Fiftyseven candidates received the three degrees at Fort Wayne last SundayThere will be a fourth degree eX4 emplltication on April 27 at Bing hamton N Y Supreme Knight Flaherty visited Cincinnati and Dayton and lert I 6000 for the flood relief fund IColorfldoI Springs Council respond ed promptly to the appeal for aid forI the tornado and flood sufferers Initiations In Indiana are nchod uled for tomorrow at Elwood May 4 at Jasper and May 25 at Washing tonE M Fitzmaurice just elected Mayor of Berlin Wls by an over whelming majority is a member of the order Quite a large number are looklni forwnrdtlnenjoyable eventc morrow when they become member at Oklahoma City This week the Knights of Colum bus Ohio are having a well attendee retreat In the Cathedral given by theIRev J D Foley S J With its glee club baseball team and the formation of an orchestra progressing the council at Portland Ore stands forth quls prominently Knights from the Great Northwest will assemble in Portland Ore ot June 9 the first day of Rose festhallweek for the conferring fourth degree ST COLUMBAS JmClIItBI The ladles of St Columhas church will entertain with a euchre and lotto next Thursday afternoon and evening seIcuredoccasion Rev Father Kalaher am his congregation have a reputation for hospitality and large crowds are expected to be present at the affair RECOVERING j Miss Margaret Hines official stenographer of the Clark Circuit I Court who was confined to her home in Jeffersonvllle for several weeks on account of an attack of append citis was able to visit the Court Houso this week She expects to be Boon able to resume her position SILVER EPISCOPAL JUBILEE The silver episcopal jubilee of the Right Rev James Ryan Bishop ot Alton will occur on May 1 and will be an event of great interest in that iocese Bishop Ryan was ordained In Louisville on Christmas eve 1871 and is now completing his sixtyfifth ear The Bishop who has relatives here was born in Thanes Ireland CAPT MCUE OUT Capt Edward McCues legion of friends are delighted to see him out gain almost fully recovered from the effects of an operation under went several weks ago With the- o 5 truck company he was fighting a midnight fire when he fell from the building and sustained injuries that necesltated his removal to the hospital for an operation TWO VALIANT WORKERS Trinity Council members are loud in their praise of William T Sand mann and J Robert Muhs who were principals in the executive work of Dolly Dollars which Was given recently thesotwo gentlemen having charge of ithe press and ticket bur lu ROSARIBS f 1 A beautiful amethyst rosary large or medium rolled gold chain costs 125 retail price Wo will send you satinIlinedI Irena monthly The Child Apostle both for 1 If you can not afford the dollar send us twentyflye cents for a years subscription to The Child ippatle Address The Child Apoatle I 1133 McCormick building Chicago Ill1 SOCIETY lArthur L Hoerter left Monday Ifor an extended visit with relatives in Idaho i Mrs James Wathen of the Hlgh4 lands has been spending ten days In Lebanon visiting Mrs Roby Miss Louisa Forst spent several days In Parkview last week tthe guest of her sister Miss B M Elliot Mayor Wu O Head and Mrs Head returned Monday from a ten days sojourn at iFrench Lick Springs I Miss Jane Farrell who was the guest of Miss Sarah Rubel 1 left Tuesday for her home In Lexington Mrs J A Jaglowlez and son lleft this week to visit relatives In Detroit Mich and Hamilton Can ada I Col Charles P Dehler and Irs Dehler left lfuesdny for New York from where they sailed for Europe tto- I spend the summer I Misses Margaret and Betty Mc Kennn of Fairfield were here for a- l weekend visit and to seo BllUe I Burke at Macauleys I Officer George Klnnarney who was confined to his home last week has recovered and is again on duty at the Highland police station Hon James W Fortune of Jeffe sonville left Monday for Washln ton D C and while there urged the confirmation of exMayor James Burke as Postmaster of Jefferso villa leII I brating the arrival of a little girl at his home this week and states that her uncle Tom Walsh can always 1 be sure of one girl loving him con I jtinually The marriage of Miss Mary Eliza I DoylaIt the brides parents I IThe Young Mans Social Club an nounce their next dance to be given at Utopian Hall on Thursday May 8 The Committee of Arrangements arc I M Mullaney M Hogan G Alvey R Burns E McKiernan and L Walsh I IThe many friends of Hermit Bchweiters will rejoice to know that his condition has somewhat improve during the past week Since last November he has been confined to hi home at 1221 South Shelby street I IHon W M OBryan exMayor or Owensboro spent Wednesday herI and was greeted by a host of friend I who are always glad to meet him In Louisville He was also a welcom visitor to the Kentucky Irish Amerl an offltfe Abe C Spalding of Lebanon who inderwent an operation three weeks egotitSSt Josephs Infirmary iIs making slow but steady progress toward recovery and his friends nowI leel that he will soon be able to be removed to his home I Iltrs M J Donahue of Crescen Hill who recently returned with her husband from a European trip has been visiting her mother in Washing I on while Mr Donahue was in Nov I I York They are expected home today or early next week I IMaster A J Raleigh entertainer aI party of his little friends yesterday occasion being his birthday ant Ithe those present were John and Ella Hennessy Mary E fohn M and Joseph Barry Mary C sterman Mary G Driscoll Richard jlcCue and F Streit I I1lIss Margaret Wright who fell ast week while roller skating at the homo of her sister in South Louis Hie and sustained a double fracture of her right arm at the wrist is eating easy at her home 621 South wentyflrst street Though the In ured member is doing nicely it will ble two weeks or longer before Miss Wright will again have its use VISIT FATHER DALY Rev Father Charles P Raffo of this city Rev Father Thomas J Hayes of Bowling Green and Rev ohn Gastaldi of Coleaburg were In Illzabetotown on Friday of last week and spent a pleasant day with the Rev Father Hugh Daly pastor 0if St James church These four ood soggarths are fast friends and greatly enjoy tho release from their manifold and arduous duties for an e aotne2ot Asp lssoesooo LARGE COMMUNION GLASS Fortyfive children who have been under the Instruction of Rev Father George Weiss and the Sisters of the arochlal school will have the happiness of receiving their first holy communion at St Georges church lighteenth and Standard avenue on Sunday morning April 27 Great reparations are being made for this radon and the sanctuary will be speciallY decorated and illuminated r IMILITARY DRAMA The Cecellan Dramatic Club will present the military drama The Midnight Charge at St Cecilias school hall Twentyfifth and St Cecilia streets on Monday and Tues day evenings May 12 and 13 the proceeds to be donated to St eclllaa church Tickets will be rentyflve coats and reserved seats lirtyfive cents The officers of- the dramatic club are William Ker berg President John McQueese scretary John Lynn Treasurer George Recktenwald Dan Tompkins Frank Bat la u Executive Committee ONLY TAVO LEFT Harry T Colgan is In receipt of a- letter from Brother Celestine of Notre Dame 3d who was James aseja in private life chiding him on 4he fact that Harry and John CottdY were the only two of the old nard who were stilt left in the icbetoro ranD j Syouafford to be without this pro ttcctlonI t DELOS B ROGERSAnnounces liin candidacy for Judge of the Police Court subject to the action of the Democratic Primary August 2 1013 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 had Pleasure will be yoursyour financial surplus will increase you will be more Independentyou can go and come when you please But get a good Bicycleone that will stand the test Get a Greyhound Bicycle Sold by us and used by satisfied riders for many years Wir and JS8 Iron WorKs 217 WEST MARKET STREET SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu sickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rollTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArns Henry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keane DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Wil- lIams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary john T KeaneyTreasurlrJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portlan- dPresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President John M Maloney Recording secretaryJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes sion Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArms John J East SentinelThomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President Jbhn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J LanganRecording Secretary John J BarlyTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far rollSentlne7M J McDermott Y Ili Ii MACiaN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Frank O Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn tonSecond Vice PresidentJohn J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R Barry Corresponding Secretary Harry T Klbhey t Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MnrshalJredtJch1der Inside Setlnel Lawrence Rapp Outside Sentinel Frank E Grat I- ri SAVEYOUR TEETHAND MONEY I have decided tocontinue these special prices for this month POLL PLATE400GO- LD CROWN8300PO- RCELAIN CROWN 300 BRIDGEWORK 300 I am the worklngmans dentist guaranteed willtellImpressiontakensame day t DR FORESTNER DENTIST458 SOUTH FOURTH ST OVER TAYLORS DRUG STORE NEAR WALNUT Office hours 8 to 8 Suudays 9 to 1 Lady attendant CLEANINGAND i PRESSING AH Kinds of Garments and Furs Gents Suits Cleaned and Pressed 100 Gents 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 HY SCH1CK1NGER 1105 S SHELBY ST Home Phone 2429 City ra- C i I4VANIAPCONS Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building DR H E MEGHLING Announces Ids candidacy for the office of Coroner of Jefferson County subject to the action of the Democratic Primary August 2 1013 MENS CLOTHES Are not always to be judged by their price For example a 15 Suit of ordinary clothes bears little or no comparison with a 15 Kirschbaum Suit We are exclusive repre sentatives of this famous line here See us Cunning Lewis Brotzge N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON Mens and Young Mena Exclusive Clothes Shop 8IJ S iliiJVV The Last Dollar That 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 when your LAST DOLLAR must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank f fandTrust Co nFifth and Court Place RUOpen Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m LM W J FREE FREE Come to the Free Show Saturday night at Logan and Caldwell streets given by the OxyTonic Co the firm that produces the finest Blood Purifier on the market Come and hear what OxyTonic has done for the peo pIe of Louisville Dont forget Saturday night April 19 at 8 oclock sharp OXY TONIC COINCORPORATED Store No 1446 South Second Bet Green and Walnut Store No 2231 W Jefferson One Door East of the Tyler KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING tdWut 921 leffsrroe Lonladlis j BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield fiy 11 f t T T Y R Ai JIENTUOKY IRrx AJM3XO j wISS CLEANERS ANB E7ERS Save Both Phones Money Apparel 2207 By Having Cleaned Your 617 Here S Fourth Wearing Ave Do You Realize What u- nnn Nicks Green Label f jeiiisto You If not listen It means double premium value at our store or one GREEN TRADING ST IMP for each GREEN LABEL Also if youd rather one profitsharing Certificate Red Stamp for each GREEN LABEL and above all the BEST AND MARKETsBe sure and get NICKS BREAD Its made under the strictest sanitary conditions by Nick Warisse Baking Co a LADIESWhy Last Seasons Ha 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 ONM t lli For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best A LAMES GEEf Streetf I CONFIRMATION SHOES FOR- EMERSON CHILDREN 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 MICtlAEL 336 West TO THE FAMILY Market St q ro= GOODN13ss N- c S1A1I3r MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South 1MNNN 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 to 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 clean and in fact leads all othersin quality style nameand real me- ritGEHER SONI 215I West Market St I o I IJOHN R PFLANZ Candidate For ltcRlce ion JAILERJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the Jemocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 I IVOTE IOR ANDREW M SEA FOR CITY TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 19- 13HARRYC NEHAN Candidate or ReElection CLER POLICE COURTS lect to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 I At ld MOIL R CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary 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 will appraclate it MOTHER A Fathers Letter to His Daughter For Girls to Read 1 1 I want to speak to you of your mother It may be that you have noticed a careworn look upon her taco lately Of course it has not been brought there by any act of yours still tt is your duty to chase It away I want you to get up to morrow morning and get the breakfasts and when your mother comes and begins to express surprise go right up to her and kiss her on the mouth You cant imagine bow it will brighten her dear face Besides you owe her a kiss or two Away back when you were a little girl she kissed you when no one else was tempted by your fever tainted breath and swollen face You wore not so attractive then as you are now And through those years of childish sunshine and shad ows she was always ready to cure by the magic of a mothers kiss the little dirty chubby hands whenever they were Injured in those skirmishes with the rough old world And then the midnight kisses with which she routed so many bad dreams as she leaned above your pillow have all been on Interest these long long years Of course she Is not so pretty and able as you are but It you had done your share of work during the past ten years the contra would not be BO marked Her face has more wrinkles than yours and yet if you were sick that face would appear far more beautiful than an angels as It hovered over you watching every opportunity to mla ister to your comfort and every one ot those wrinkles would seem to be sunshlneChaSlngleach She will leave you one of these days kerlshouldersI Those rough hard hands that have done 50 easy Aeceeeary Ithinga tor CHARLES H KNIGHT CANDIDATE FOK STATE SENATOR THIRTY SIXTH DISTRICT Comprising Jefferson county First and Second ward Fortysacond to Fifty third precincts of Third ward Twenty seventh and Twentyeighth of Fffth ward Fortyninth and Fiftieth of Seventh ward Thirtysixth of Eleventh ward and Thirtysecond to Fortyfirst of Twelfth ward Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 VOTE FOR George SchlegelF- OR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the Action of tho Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 MUIR WEISSINGERI Candidate Fpr ReElection For COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 1913 Primary August 2 1913 J Russell Gaines Candidate For ReEle- ctionSURVEYORJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee April 20 Return of the Evur Popular Made in Louisville Comedy Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch Helen Alexander will play the title title role supported by a strong and capable company Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mati nees 2Sc- Nights and Sunday Matinee 25c 35c SOc Albert F Tillman TAILOR j Classy Suits to order 2500 and up Satisfaction guaranteed I Over five hundred styles to select fromfff- Room 9 Whayne Building 414 W Jefferson StIi FRED ERHARTII ARCHITECTIIII NORTON BUILDING j NiIW Corner Fourth and Jefferson i rou will be crowed upon her lifeless breast Tboae neglected UPS that tare you your fIrst baby kiN will be I forever closed and those mad firma J eYM will have opened In eternity and thaa yeu will appreciate your mother lII- but it will beVee later 11 I 1 IP S RAYI Candidate For ReElection COUNTY CLERKSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 GEO W BERRY CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEEig- hth Magisterial District Composed of the Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 Primary Election August 2 1013 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 Ele6tlon August 2 191- 3OPENINI GAME Here Next Thursday With Bright Outlook For Strong Team The Louisville ball club will begin a threegame series today with Bll Friels St Paul aggregation and Monday night will start for homo to obtain a good rest for tho opening game hero on Thursday with Kansas City when the Colonels hope to re vengo themselves for tho three de feats at Kansas City which showed that the Tebeau crowd at the present time look to be the likeliest contenders for the pennant they having kept up the good form displayed against the Colonels With the return of Rudy Hulswltt to the game the Louisville Infield should become more inspired with his fighting spirit and generalship which is the prime factor In the teams lack of success thus far in addition to his hitting as It Is believed that his leadership and hitting will Inspire our young recruits who have been hitting only In streaks Next Thursday with fair weather promises to be the banner oepning day In the history of the local club The fans and public In general have the utmost confidence In President Wathons guarantee that he will spare no means or ex pense in giving usa strong team and the fans will more than meet him half way by rallying to his support from the outset encouraging with their hearty support and attendance The General Council has declared next Thursday a half boll day and Mayor Head Is now rehears Ing dally with Charlie Foster at the receiving end so that ho can put tho first ball over the plate ORDINATION ANNIVERSARY The fortieth anniversary of the ordination of Right Rev 0 B Corri- gan D Df Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore will be celebrated in June Great Interest Is being manifested by he people of the city who will mate the event a notable one J D I NNNNNN6NONNNNNa What the Club Plan Is 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 the Club Plan you are asked to paP 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for joining for Instance Tho membership lee on n 2500 purchase would be 75c Tho membership fee on n 5000 purchase would bo 150 The membership fee on greater purchases would of course bo In porportion You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For instance on a 12600 purchase you pay 250 down In addition to the membership fee making a total of S325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance In small weekly or monthly payments When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are chased at our cash priceswhether special or regularyou more clearly see that our membership fee Is nothing In purIIwith the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods the privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND 1 IIOUSEIIOU GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB further information regarding the Club Plan will be ltLANtIIOTHER by our salespeople or at the Credit office on u n m t ii INCORPORATED ON5 i weNeNNes st 4NNNeNNON4 MISS SHIRCLIFF Mgr W P HANNON Prop HANNON VlIlklkINERY I Idl11111111111INIIVII I W Attractive line of seasonable Ladies and Childrens Hats now on display You arc invited to call and inspect same Prices right 528 East Market St Between Jackson and Hancock Ik Pbon 1333 ow JJULLOYS SPECIAL BLEND COFFEE 3 Lbs For 80cIt does not take an expert cook to makejJQod cof fee if MulloyM SpecialIB used Fresh roasteldally PHONE A TRIAL ODKRR V JOHN M MULLOY Ji1I1Ji11 W loLARKEr STREErVJoR J JASJ NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFEK3ON STS TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAMVan- illa Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Oct the BEST In the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated PlutLoalnlllMJ BANHOH p BANNON JR II J VEENEMAN Pitt d Mgr VloePres and Treas Secretary Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK For Streets arid Roadways Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Ave Bets gthiad IA I TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 RAGTIME PIANO PLAYINGFesl- tlreiy Taajht Is Tea to freely Lesseu Write For tottti J FORREST THOMPSON 2822 W Madlsea St SJUWBK 2174 i rJ 1 KEN UOKY sH AMERI d4sI T HOME PHONE S CUMBERLAND 128 J J6 BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S lust T Cain street MOWC8SSX8MS3SMC8C8 83 3SS 3 CW e e THOMAS KEENAN I Funeral Director and Embalmer 11t TELEPHONE CITY 365 g- All calls promptly attended to day or night jj Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREET I y yepptyityi rJ + t t t Gran W Smiths Son41 AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCar- riages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 I 4 D J DOUGHBRTY S J McEUJOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 j Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET II OLD ORTUNAr BOURBONftoTHE PHIL HOLLENBACH CublIN00HPOHATXD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS tYFIWB WINES CHAIAee31ltaa 01 AL345 KOLEldiUQUOK 0GA7lft t WW ooo + DR Jo T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary at 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET X MlslephesesCumb tC o All the late find new Styles and caa be found here at reasonable Paces Call and see us I FOR A DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BETTER 1 FurnitureFor go to WM F MAYER t I 413 W MARKET ST CENTRAL FURNITURE GO incorporated N W Cot third and Green Sts We famish the home corn plate 011 easy payment WM CALLAiMAN Mf r Situ left t HBOSSESON Funerall Directors a and Embalmers 51O FEaR AVlDNiTETelephone 1022 I- nEXPERT PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRINGsu Voicing Action netulatInatal Prof Walter K aussner 403 SOUTH SECOND Homo Phone City 7195 St JOHN B JEWELER t +wmw ++NII mtmm +IO Watches Diamonds 346 E Market Stt HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ALL WORK GUARANTEED HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially NelsonOTTLED Ttb M 1141 334 SIXTH STRCET D J N 1N MKNN NNI NN HNN NNH N N NNNFI grouRTH 1 arii Advance Sale of Wash Goods and Linens iiCome I WeIWhite and Colored Wash Materials For Early IIIINew Spring Wear WHITE BAi TINE40 inches wide with new fancy borders this sea i sons most popular styles regu lar 100 quality special OK per yard r v FANCY NUB AND CREPE EFFECTS Also Crepe Ratines and Crepe Voiles with ratine borders values up to QQ i 139 special per yard OL WHITE VOILEWithneat ratine stripe 38 inches wide Splendid weight and quality usually sells at 98c ccialIMPORTED ENGLISH VOILESIn all the new stripes and checks designs and colorings regular 35c quali ties special per G yardtCOLORED NUB RATINES In all the plain colorings also white with colored and drawn borders values to c11gc NpNN i p ppNlNN S t HN N hAI HIBERNIA 5 What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 4 keeps up its stride by adding now members at each meet IngNew York Hibernians are organiz a promising division at Washing n Heights Division 1 calls upon every mem to be present at the meeting on the first Tuesday in May The Indianapolis County Board appropriated 200 for distribution among the flood sufferers With the initiation of new members and a grand banquet Sunday was a gala day for the auxiliary at Quincy 11- 1Committees are visiting the In divisions and auxiliaries nd arousing interest for the Hiber hall project The division and auxiliary at Pueblo Col turned out Sunday in full force and received holy communion in a body Secretary Walter Cusick was missed from the meeting Tuesday night He is a good officer and his absence is always felt The New York State Board held a meeting this week at Binghamton Reports show the order gaining strength in the Empire State A new division has been organized Fond du Lac Wis An invitation will be held next month with the- ilwaukee team doing the work Last Sunday fifty new members were received into the division at Chippewa Falls Wis National President Ryan was present and delivered- anaddressThe Auxiliary at 1rov Ideqce R I last week voted to raise fund for the Western flood sufferers and made a good start by con tributing generously The Ladles Auxiliary has many insurance divisions in Minnesota Recently a number of Secretaries met St Paul to consider the best method for adding to their numbers Members of the order in Jefferson and New Albany rendered valu assistance in affording relief to fferers during the recent flood and receiving much praise therefor auxlllaryotWashington OperaHouseand will give an entertainment and picture exhibition for the benefit of Simons day- Remember the friendship meeting nightThis cation and should be well attended There will be no long speeches but the committee promises to be long on the refreshments and Tarpy smokers Juvenile Dlvlson 1 of St Paul recently entertained the State and organizations Minneapolis and St Paul National President Regan Father Gleason and encouragingthoThose who attend the euchre and dance of Division 2 next Thursday night at Thirteenth and Oak are assured the time of their life Alt members of the order who possibly can should attend The men of Division 2 have left nothing undone that would add pleasure to this occasion FRIENDS REJOICE Friends of Patrolman William OConnell are rejoiced over the makh1gflomtwo years At times his condition was most critical but ho is now gradually gaining weight and strength and there la a decided 1m ptQirement In his condition Longcloths and Soft Nainsooks ENGLISH LONGCLOTH Chamois finish 36 inches wide 12 yards to the piece 125 value special piece 98C EXTRA FINE QUALITY ENGLISH LONGCLOTH 36 inches wide 12 yards in the piece regular 185 grade special per Q1 Apiece JU4ti SOFT FINISH ENGLISH NAINSOOKBeautiful quality and finish 36 inches wide 12 yards to the piece 198 quality special pc piece Wl + 49 40 INCH SEA ISLAND SOFTFINISH NAINSOOK Usually salts at 239 for 2 7per0 FINE EGYPTIAN SOFT FINISH NAINSOOKFull 40 inches wide for fine under garments and infants wear 25specialNN N NNNNNN N lr cm 71 II 1r 18 and 20 ShepherdPlaid PlaidSuits For 15And Theyre the Hit of the SeasonFor YoungFellows lIEVYSTHIRD 1T MARKETJ THE PATRIOTShoe lisa better Shoe than you have been paying 500 for Prove it by compari son Snug style and ser vice youll find in every pairSUTTSON leeorprete- dTWO STORES 318 W MARKET ST Between Third and Fourth 214 W MARKET T Between Second and Third Mr year boy aa enaatton that will prepare ttia te flu ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 113 W Brea4wjr criU ry BrotherCllcalLargeawttaringaluns Term HafcraU Bro James Dirt IIFillowcasesII IIbleachedII HEMSTITCHED 3iiPLAIN HEMMED PI heavylinenfinish fto 17c speciale reacht BEST UTIOA PILLOW CASESPlain hemmed size 14c20cHEMMED BLEACHED BED SHEETSLarge double bed size made from heavy grade linenfinish muslin good value at 63c special A O each 4bO- lHEMSTITCHEDBLEACHED SHEETS Size 81x90 of a good grade sheet 79C64special f NN NNOt NOGi ONNN IIRELAND Record of the Most Important o- fte Recent Events Culled from Exchanges The Thurles Confraternity Hall which was built abl cost of 10000 was destroyed by fire The damage Is covered by insurance As there was no criminal lyslness to be disposed of at Carrick Quarter Sessions County Court Judge Drum mond was presented with white gloves At a meeting of the Longford Board of Guardians J Scanlon of tCilloe was elected Master of the Workhouse There were several candidatesAbout 700 people from Derry sailed on steamers of the Anchor and Allan lines which sailed on March 22 from Moville for the United States and Canada In his annual report on the port of Limerick Secretary John F Power stated that 430 vessels on tered the port in 1912 an increase of tblrtynino on 1911 A fierce cyclone swept the docks at Galway and burled Thomas Con nolly of Raven terrace the father of the late Town Steward beneath the debris of a fallen shed By a final vote the Newtownards Guardians appointed Robert Gibson of Ballygoran to be Master of the Workhouse by twentyone votes Ser geant Smith receiving seventeen Deep regret was felt throughout Claro at the death which occurred rather suddenly of the neveJNolan in his sixtyfifth year He at tended the services in the church on Good Friday The death of Mrs Elizabeth Sulli van of Palmerstown House Kil kenny removes a link with the past generation Mrs Sullivan was daughter of John OConnell the avorlte lon of the Liberator The sale of Col Smiths estate at Kilbeggan has been completed Col Smith resides at Mulllngar and the negotiations were conducted through Col Butler by Rev John Cassidy of Kilbeggan on behalf of the tenants Reporting to the No 2 Rural Council on the condition of the his toric village of Ardmore Dr T Foley said The village is doomed by the incoming sea and therefore it would be unwise for the council to expend any money on unnecessary work SARTO TEXAS Sarto is tho namo of the newest town in Texas It was named after the Holy Father and is becoming a thriving community ROGATION The last three days of this month April 28 29 and 30 will be Rogation days These are days on which spe CWdbegginglabors of the husbandman MORGAN MEMORIAL CANDLE lntelllgencithatwax candle sixteen feet high which he hopes to have placed in the Vatican to be lighted in honor of daysDurnedthree centuries WOULD BE UPROAR Secretary of State Bryan has been Washington class No one need object but the Boston Pilot can riot help wondering ittheItself at the seat of government ilHRANK FEHR tNN nPoRATEB BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY ICumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANN1SCORPO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled BeersrSold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent Saw QRUBER DEUSER 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