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SfVfy v- yV 11 PATRONIZE i k REAG flJr jB Ut IN E 0 SCHtOLfSec- ond tied Brecklarh te VOLUME XXXNO 17 SATURDAY APRIL 26 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS IMPOSING h Ceremony Conducted by Bishop nt Convent of Good Shepherd Two Sisters After TwofVcars in the Order Blake i Iorlt- ui13 I Vows a JlKvork of the Sistersl Praised and jM Their New Undertaking W Commendedi 1j FATHER CRBNIN WAS PRESENT eFor the first time since he has been Bishop of Louisville the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue D D was sable to officiate at an Important event in the Convent of the Good Shepherd on last Sunday The Bishop although ho had several other engagements for the day spent most of the morning at the monastery the first one established by the order In the United States And from which has sprung more than half a hundred others No only was the Bishop present but his Vicar General the Very Rev James P Cronin sang a solemn high mass beginning at 8 oclock He was as sisted by the Rev Englebert Schmitt chaplain of the convent on Eighth street as deacon and Father Ubald of the Franciscan convent on Green street as subdeacon Mother Mary of the Compassion Superioress of the convent and those associated with her in the difficult work to which the Sisters of the Good Shepherd devote their lives feel highly honored on account of the attention shown to them on this occasion It indicates the great interest which the Right Reverend Bishop is showing In the activities of the Sisters Of course the Bishop has approved the work which the Sisters are soon to undertake In building a monastery on the Newburg road for the care of colored children and girls Special preparations had been made for the high mass and the colored girls of the preservation class assisted in the singing which was a very beautiful feature of the occasion At the offertory Miss Elizabeth McEachen of Wheeling JV Va sweetly sang the Ave JMariasWMiss McEachen has a well modulated voice and sings beauti fully She also sang at the benedic tion which was given after the completion I of the vows by the two Sls ters and one penitent Bishop ODonaghue also confirmed nine of the colored girls members of the preservation class during his visit to the convent The girls had been in preparation for this event for some timeThe whole ceremony was very beautiful and was pleasing to Bishop ODonaghue The two Sisters who took the solemn vows have been in the convent on Eighth street for several years They are natives of Cincinnati and in the world were known as the Misses Weber and are sisters in fact besides ndw being tlsters in religion Several of their relatives from Cincinnati were present to witness the ceermony The Imposition of the obligation upon Magdalene is different from that taken by the Sisters The Magdalen takes the obligation only for a year after two years and six months in probationThe of the Good Shepherd have worked in the city of Louisville for a period of seventy years having established their first convent hereon Eighth street in 1843 They In tend to extend their work soon by building a large convent on the New burg road and the details will be announced as soon as the plans are approved by the Mother Provincial of the order The work has the hearty approbation of Bishop ODonaghue Tile new undertaking of the Sisters will be for the care of negro females Infants and girls It will be an Industrial school Inmates will be received without regard to their re ligious belief or the belief of their parents But 5 per cent of the negroes of Louisville are of the Catholic faith but this does not matter t to the Sisters It is the history of this kind of reformatory work that Sisters of the Good Shepherd are the most expert in this line of work and necessarily so because they have been engaged in it for more than 252 years the order hav- Ing been established at Angers France in 1661 The convent on Eighthstreet Is now devoted to the reclamation of colored girls and some infants but the accommodations are Insufficient hence the necessity of building a new monas forwhiteThe Sisters carry on their work so quietly that the general public has very little idea of its scope establishedthemselves their work has extended to more throughouttheNew York St Louis Cincinnati andI New Orleans far outstripping in extent the two convents in Louisville JCBILAIUANSBi VncentFer1rnoted Dominican prletts Very Rev C H McKenna and Very Rev RlLilly celebrated the fiftieth annl r versarymembers of the great preaching qrder Father McKenna who k well remembered faSt Louto thefttANeparlah ii one of the boa 11niNlW4 a It 0 r I H T 0 e tRisu AMERICAN States Cardinal Gibbons has called him the grdiUpt preacher in our country whUeals work as the apos tIe of the Holy Name IB monu olentatFather Lilly is also a preacher of distinction For forty three years he has been entrusted with some of the most responsible positions In theorder PASSIONISTS i 1 Celebration of the Feast of St Paul of the Cross Next Monday the feast of St Paul of the Cross will be celebrated with impressive ceremonial at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road Solemn vespers will be sung tomor row afternoon at 330 oclock The masses on the feast day will be at 630 630 7 and 10 oclock The last wilt be a solemn high mass with the Very Rev Father Denis C P celebrant Rev Father Fabian C P deacon Rev Father Leander C P subdeacon The second vespers of the feast will be sung at 3 oclock Monday afternoon All churches and chapels under the care of the Pas slonlst fathers possess the privilege of the Portluncula Indulgence on the feast day of the saintly founder April 28 A plenary Indulgence may be gained by all who visit the church or chapel from 330 Sunday afternoon until sundown Monday evening This may be gained totles quoties- Ii as often as one visits the chapel tThe usual conditions must be com plied with confession and com munion in any church visits to the Passlonlsts chapel and prayers for the Intentions of the Holy Father The blessing with the relic of St Paul will be given throughout the entire day The ladles of the parish will furnish coffee and sandwiches free to all visitors Other refresh ments may be obtained on the groundsThe feast Is a gala day for all clients of the great St Paul of the Cross a day of devotion when many look for actual prodigies and it is true to say that St Paul shows himself a wonderworker and many accounts of marvelous cures could PaulIntel11ngAUslonlsts know of his sanctity and of the great religious order he founded and the missionary work of the fath VIsitorsbybeautiful treat all day on the twentyeighth visitors from far and near in Kentucky and Indianaand for all it is spiritual hisdevotedtheirfrIendsenjoytheirand to share with them In tho tribute to be paid to the memory and the virtues of this great saint of modern timesSt Paul of the Cro- ssINDIANAPOLIS MrsMaryPinn Summoned- to Her Heavenly Home Mrs Mary Finn 1401 North Ala bama street Indianapolis the widow of John Finn who preceded her in death over twenty years ago has genetp her eternal rest During her long hln ess she showed perfect resig nation to Gods will and when her call came it was answered with the Christian spirit and fortitude that marked her life Mrs Finn was a butCAmemother and brothers when a little girl For over fortyfive years she had been a resident of Indiana where she was widely known and re byfivegrandchildren Her sons are Luke Finn of Spalding Va Dan Finn of Silverton Texas John Timothy and William Finn of Indianapolis Miss Winnie Finn also of Indianapolis and Mrs Mary Speak of Salem mare her daughters John Mooney her granddaughter ThQfuneraJWednesdaymorhIngln Indianapolisthethree priests officiating at the sol emn obsequies Bishop Chartrand preached the sermon paying high tribute to the memory and life of a good Christian woman FORTX HOURS The Forty Hours prayer will be gin tomorrow the fifth Sunday after Eastern St James church jn the Highlands This will be the last time these impressive devotions will be held in the old church as the magnificent new edifice being erect ed by Father Willett will be dedicated and occupied before this time next year The first of the services will take place at the high mass to morrow morning and during their continuation Father WUIett will be assisted by a number of the city prleetfi i AND WIlY NOT t I The New England Journal oneof our Eastern Protestant papers had Tkkereisl an essential In education and that lathe Catholic church We are no prophet hut it does 1Ie+ to us that Catholics retaining their mug ious teaching and we our heathen eeho I wtUraze upon Cathedral efrfiiiii allever Derr1 sgkiai whoa the Mwtlag kottM will lw turned iatQf r 0 y 1 I WORK tOLD One Hundred and Three Candl dntes Join louugMens Institute I t i sy Great Initiation Concludes With Grand Banquet at Seel bncli Hotel i k Bishop ODonaghue said Mayor lead Give Young Men v Advice ATTENDED MASS AT CATHEDRAL r At the Joint last Sunday afternoon atMackin Councils home on Twentysixth street a class of 103 candidates was received Into the Young Mens Institute Trinity Councll leading with fifty eight Mackin presenting twenty seven and Unity Council of New Albany eighteen In the morning the candidates attended a special mass at the Cathedral and received holy communion in a body Rev Father Rock was the celebrant of the mass and preached an earnest but brief sermon pointing out to the young men their duty to the church and the Y M I Coming BO soon after their Easter and annual communions many were not present and the attendance not what it otherwise would have been The meeting In the afternoon was called to order by Frank Adams President of Mackin Council and at 3 oclock tho degree team captained by Dan Hennessy had all their para phernalia in readiness for the grand exemplification that followed The new members comprised a splendid body of young men and the fusion of the new blood Into the three Falls Cities councils will enliven the Y M I It they only display the In terest which their proposers and the older members have in past years to build up and make the member ship what It is today The work of Capt Hennessy and the degree team seenhereFather Raffo was called upOn and said all preesnt felt the importance and solemnity of the occasion that It was l grand thing to see so many young men publicly profess the principles of their ordDProPtUla After the Initiation was over special cars were taken for the Seel bach whero 350 enjoyed an elab bySupremoas toastmaster Seated at the speak ers table were the following The Right Rev Denis ODonaghue the Very Rev James P Cronin Vicar General of the Louisville diocese Chaplain Father Francis Felten Chaplain of Mackin Council the Rev Father Patrick Monahan secretary to the PittsburghGrand IndianapolisGrand President of Mackln Council V K Ecker President of Trinity Council AlbanYPresidentpresent were Rev Fathers ONeill 0 P C iP Raffo Erie Willet and George Connor Toastmaster Burke was happy in his introductions of the distinguished speakers whose presence was a pleasing appreciation of IUsing organization themethelaid the young men of the Catholic church always had stood and always would stand for the flag under which they were born The Y M anybody encouragement the speaker said goodInfluencewould grow In the future It was theBishopstand by their church because it had 1 31Imen in the right way by precept and example and associated together for good purpose they become a great moral force Mayor Head who had been as signed the toast The Nations Thoroughfare after bidding wel come to the clergymen and the other visitors said It was the duty of the workhardmakeLoUlsvUlethoroughfarethe United States The Mayor ex pressed his belief that the members all would become good citizens and upofinbroadgaugedmunity P H Keefe of Pittsburgh spoke on Our New Jurisdiction and gave it as his opinion that under organizationa position where it could do more good The speaker said he was convinced that the young Catholics needed the assistance and guidance of such organization as the Y M I and cited aa incident in his own life when he felt the need of such an organizationIn on the toast Faith RevJameefraternityout the Catholic faith The latter i was tHe bond which should unite the meHiber yand f It were the right kind of Cathftllo faith It would make them irHflstIble In their pur I weakIwould go to es said Father Cronin who tjjcluded by saying that the motlYflT power of the Y M I always muslTibelthe active Catholic faith 1 r Tho last speaker on the pro gramme was of Indian apolis Grand Secretary He gave sayIngthing neededto keep the Catholic youth in the bounds which were so essential in the moral social andI Intellectual uplift of the members GOES OVER 9 lUnexpected Events Take Time of Englands House of Commons 4 1 Homo Rule Bill PostponcdUntil After the Whitsuntide Holidays if f Tins the FILM Assent of Chairman KcdinOndifindXntlonttl Jartyj f ACTION CAUSED NO SURPRISE t to Japers Cabling the last Sunday the Hon T P OConnor M P first noted the intense excitement on the continent in contrast with the sluggish apathy In England Though the Incident at Nancy Is approaching a peaceful settlement it gave all Europe ajh unpleasant shock that a trifle of that sort could create such excitement The perilous language of some of the erman Journals and the grave tof the German For eign Minister rced everybody to realize with some surprise and hor ror the vOlcanopf bitter hatreds ana the liar underliesY JTheJ of the home rule and Welshl bills until after Whitsuntide holidays created no surprise Therej was little exasperation InfuIrih ranks Redmond- ullyrocog 1egttft7tatater itmbt small measures rendered necessary by unexpected events such ns the hunger strike by the suffragettes take up legitimately every second of the time till Whitsuntide to clear the way for home rule later The post ponement has his full assent We resume the home rule battle in June but it will be short and de cisive as provisions of the Parlia nent act do not permit any amend ment to the bill except with tho unl vtrsal assent of both Houses There exists no necessity for lengthened debates on the Irish or Welsh bill it Is doubtful that more than a week will be allowed for debating each bill Of course both wilt be carried with practically the same majority ns In the last session We will then await the action of tlu House of Lords with curiosity rather than ap prehension What the House of Lords will propose nobody yet knows probably not even the House of Lords Itself but the present Im pression is that no compromise will be suggested and that wa will pass the home rule next year In spite of the House of Lords without serious change and proceed immediately to the organization of the new Irish GovernmentReverting to the conscription movement while the bulk of the Liberal party the entire Labor party and nearly all the workingmen would revolt against compulsory service in any shape sonic powerful Liberal leaders are known In be less hostile Up to the present however conscription Is not an avowed policy of any party and the official attitude of the Liberals is one of united and irreconcilable oppositionLloydGeorge shows a diminution of strain by reappearing in his old prominence in the House of Com mons and this week exhibited once moro his unequaled powers of recon oiling differences winning enemies and passing his bills Next week be will rush again to the forefront of the English political stage in intro ducing the budget The Liberals effort to defeat all future attempts at snap divisions by a pledge to re main in the House every day until August has made great progress and the Minister for War gives official sanction by inviting the members of the committee of the new organiza tion to dine with the Prime Minister next Tuesday The effects of this new movement already are visible In a better attendahce of the Liberals and all this week Liberal majorities reached usually more than a hun dred The Tories show a general spread of depression and dissension by absenting themselves and rarely more than half of their number now attend Their hopelessness was accentuated onca amore this week by a a new outbreak The disputes among the free feeders free taxers and food taxers have raised an Immense out cry against the choice of the free feeder candidates for the Tory seat and Garvin la Pall Mall and the Morning Poet lis conducting an active campaign In abort there is aa yet no sign whatever that there IIB a ctof k1gtIof oW quarrels among the i Tones which they proclaimed some aqthisd yaw lack of hope er iattrot Ia tiepresent coadltiiasi ffJ 9 fUSION Bone of Contention Between th Louisville Herald and Even lug Post Former Unwilling For Knott toI Get Foothold in Progres shoe Party Splendid Entries Being Made For Coming Democratic Primary KNIGHT BEING WELL SUPPOK fED A furious fight Is now going on In local politics between the Louisville Herald and the Evening Post Editor Knott of the latter clamoring for a Fusion ticket while the Herald is working strenuously for a straight Progressive ticket with a goitalone policy the Herald as the official organ and champion of that party being unwilling to share some of Its prestige with the Evening Post probably knowing the experience of others in the past with Knott whose motto Is rule or ruin In any party Those familiar with his methods know that if he can not dictate time nominations secure the city printing and absorb any loose pie lying around that he will kick over the traces and denounce anybody and everything Knotts Idea of fusion being that he will be the fuse from which all things are started The Post knows no party lines where the Posts Interests are concerned sup porting Beckham a Democrat today Orlnstead a Republican tomorrow and Roosevelt a Progressive the next day and at the same time being readY to sacrifice either one without a tremor of conscience The many entries for the Demo cratic primary show conclusively which way the wind is blowing these candidates knowing that with ticketisto bottom Many of those announcing are young men with clean rec ordsand men of ability Among those are Charles H Knight candi Thlrtysixththe last Legislature winning Mm many supporters and ho now hob lfirPitrmronnniSacklii ort Ie pro Inent taxpayers and business men In his district his friends predicting a record breaking majority in the SamRobertson oppositionthuswill have poe for the Democratic ofOllieGeorge B Cack Barrett Is with theLegislaturetrict for the nomination and the hehaswhether candidatetheFortysixthbeenbusymaylandcandidates success Billy Kuh WillPerrYDuffy in the Fiftyfirst are all running it alone at present for the nomination One of the surprises of the cam paign thus far Is the strength shown b raceformanylJoIendsing busy forming campaign clubs in his Interest assisted by his cam palgnlng the Doctor visiting all of the local clubs in turn Watch for the many announcements of Aldermen and Councilmen signaturesfor securedlieSaturdayaspirantforCampbellJamesOverbergFred asAldermen JParkerJMcDermottCharlesFinnegan thetoperWINS MOBILE BRIDE Accompanying a beautiful picture theTollpwingto many in Louisville taken from the SundayHertucklan will take place in the mpnth of brides and roses Miss Hagan Is lovelydaughters JohnDnouncing her engagement today to Mr Walter M Higgins formerly of makinghis girlIsa nature as happy and sunshiny She Is qne of a group of popular girls who made their debut three years ago nearly every one in the crowd having a place in Cupids court soon after serving as maids of honor la heltdebutevent and ever since the engage vent has been an open secret inter ested friends have whispered their congratulations to the prospective groom Walter M Hlgglns fc theioa Of Wllllaw M HiffclM edlter qf time u Kentucky Irish American and IIi aI native of this city About three years ago he went South becoming connected with the McDonnell whole sale house in Mobile Ala and being quite successful in his new field His extendingethe happy union ENJOYED Catholic Knights Had Pine Programme Wednesday i Night IA large and appreciative audience thoroughly enjoyed the grand en tertalnnient given by Branch 32 C K of A in the old St Vincent de Paul school hall Shelby and Oak streets Wednesday eevning In the audience were noted a number Of clergymen and State and Central Committee officers who expressed approval of the facts and figures set forth by Gen Michael Kelchert and John Kenney of Jeffersonville who were the speakers of the even Ing President John Schalda delivered the address of welcome on be half of Branch 32 which brought the people together for their good and then introduced Messrs Reich ert and Kenney who appreciated the honor of speaking for Catholic Knighthood and expressed delight over the presence of so many women because none have been more bene fited than the wives who have been protected from want and suffering by the Catholic Knights of America who have paid out over 18200000 for the widow and orphan They also dwelt upon the requirements for membership which was within the reach of both parents and chil dren Figures were submitted showing the stability of the order and the many advantages secured to its members and from this good results are expected Dlllers orchestra fur nished the music while the vaude byMessrsberger William Martin Ben AmllngJakewas the Ideal Arizona nigger Much credit Is due Toney Helckon Ben Beckman Frank Gnadlnger Peter Bucubelt Frank Wernert and Frank Veith for the work they have done In this Instance for the Catholic Knights CHORAL UNION Will Render Mcndellsphns Elijah For Orphans Berief or The Catholic Choral Union Is making great preparation for Its forthcoming concert at the Shubert Masonic on Sunday evening May 18 when they will produce Mendels sohns grandest oratorio Elijah Marcus Kellerman the famous bari tone of New York City has been secured for the leading part Local talent has been secured for the other solo parts and possibly Miss Alma Beck of Cincinnati may again desist the union The entire proceeds of the concert will be given to St Vin cent St Joseph and St Thomas Orphan Asylums Admission prices will be fifty seventyfive cents and 1 The full libretto of the oratorio In splendid form will be distributed free among the audience An ex cellent orchestra has been engaged to assist the chorus of three hundred voicesProf Anthony Molengraft is the Director of tho Catholic Choral Union and Mrs A Molengraft Is the pianist The officers and Directors arePresidentFrank A Geher Vice PresidentDr Peter S Ganz FHubbuchSecretaryOscarStutz TreasurerHenry Bosse HukenbeckDirectorsRev ColJohnUuellerProtAGruesserEvery effort is being made to make the oratorio a brilliant musical as well as a financial success HEARD FATHER CASSIMY Windhorst Hall was crowded with people Sunday night who wore eager to hear the great Jesuit preacher Rev Francis Cassllly who delivered a powerful lecture on Social Prob lems Father Cassllly declared there are more murders suicides divorces embezzlements Immor ality and allaround crime In the United States than in the whole of Europe and more pagans than in Japan that this countrys civiliza tion Is on the decline and could never face about until the cross as publicI played about these1 streets as a bare foot boy he said when the town was pretty and humble Now It is a majestic city with a great many magnificent churches schools sail hospitals but religion has not kept pace with its growth in every other respect and this lies at the bottom of her chiefest ailment The Rev Father Cnssllly came to Louisville on invitation of the Rev Father 0 P Ackermann pastor of St Philip Nerl church A splendid musicale was given in connection with the lecture ASK GOY COX Hon James M Cox Governor of Ohio haabeen invited by the University of Notre Larne to deliver the 44r M to the graduates the coming June The Governor will accept if hte engagements permit Jf EAT ROSA BREAD ONtN 3fDE Labels Redeemable at Kirbys I sad lOc Store LOUISVILLE O5p6iingliiic 1 EXTOLLED Hibernians Turn Out in Num hers and Hear Eloquent Speakers Friendship Meeting of Division it Pronounced a Grand Success Predicted That the Order Will Reach the Five Thousand Mark MISSED THE COUNTY PRESIDENT In response to the 1 invitation of Division 3 there was a great turn out of Hibernians at the friendship meet Ing held Monday night at Nineteenth and Portland avenue The State Board the County Board and every division In the city was well repre sented and long before President thehallextra chairs being required before PresidentIfourigondispatched the regular order quickly MichaelDonahuf ndoptEdnnll ofMichaelers and first Presidents of Division 3 was announced and prayers were recoveryTho flnlslledStatecalled to the chair and after congratulating Division 3 for its truly hebrIeflytheAncientreports hQ said were coming from therefore active Upon his suggestion the offi cers of Division 3 were appointed a committee to prepare statistics and matter for the history of the order now being compiled and to be off the press before the national conven tion which meets next year Thomas Tarpy President of Divis 1 was introduced and In re lion made a stirring plea for a of the four local dlvis icnslatoonogtr ugMaAd Itbody He commended the spirit aTTi enthusiasm that marked every un dertaking of Division 3 and ex pressed the hope that the others would follow her example Daniel OKeefe was exceedingly brief in his remarks contenting himself by in viting his hearers and their friends to bo with Division 2 and have a good time Thursday night County President Connelly who was on his wedding trip was greatly missed but his place was well taken by County Secretary Thomas Lan gan who congratulated Division 3 on its progress In concluding he pre dicted that this would be the greatest year in the hltsory of Hibernian Ism as all the divisions were pre paring classes for initiation Attorney L J Mackey speaking for Division 3 after returning thanks to the visitors for their pres ence made a strong and convincing argument for cooperation and or ganization Paying compliment to the Kentucky Irish American and the Catholic press he urged general monthly meetings in order to enable the members to exchange ideas and become better acquainted William M Higgins and Hon Mark Ryan were Introduced and spoke briefly upon the past work of the order and the necessity for unceasing interest and the attendance of members at meetingsExState President George J Butter delivered a ringing address de claring that Division 3 was always a factor In the Hibernian life of Louisville and had a glorious record The Ancient Order he said has been a power for good always and will so continue Pointing to the bright outlook for the future in the city and State he urged that every effort be made to bring the membership In Louisville up to 5000 Magistrate P T Sullivan declaring that membership in the Ancient Order elevates and builds up plead ed for a great joint initiation and banquet in the near future John Hesslon former Secretary of Divis ion 3 and a pioneer member of the order argued for a collective movement for the establishment and building of a Hibernian home where all could meet and for which a fund has already been started This was a grand opportunity and the present was the time for the home project Patrick Horan and P T Mullen were the last speakers and were oddly applauded when they said they wore reminded of old tlmes and were pleased to meet so many from all sections of the city During the evening there was an abundant sup ply of Tarpys good smokers and all present voted the night a most enjoyable one- EDIJIATtO ADD CATHOLICS According to the latest United j States Consular reports six unl versities in Latin American coun tries were established before the first one la the territory that after ward became the United States of3Iegiceandr Santo Domingo 1558 i Bogota Sucre1E23Catholic auspices and teetered by Catholic Bteliojw and prlseta fL 1 r r y r a- a KENT1JOKY IRISH AJMERIOAN KENTUCKY1 I IRISH MERIGflN asveted to the Social sad Morall Uniicemeaeit el Irish Americani and CatfcellciI Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian Young Mms Institute and CatboMc KnlgbU of America XINTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated utlllhr I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLe COPY 6 BoUrtd at ha Ualivlll PlltelHc al 8 ndCUI natte- rHrest all Commaelptl111 to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN3I92I West Oreea St TflADESU COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 26 1913 CONTINUES TO IMPROVE The latest advices from Rome are to the effect that Pope Plus X continues to make satisfactory progress In his convalescence His strength has Improved and Wednes day lie rose from bed and was allowed to walk about his room The Orservatore Romano of Wednes day thus reported the Holy Fathers conditionWe happy to be able to announce that the convalescence o tho Holy Father proceeds regularly and that there is a progressive movement In his general condition For the past three days His Holiness has been able to rise from his bed and to remain up several hours each day SHUN THEM Victor Grayson the first member of the Brtlsh Parliament to be re turned exclusively as a Socialistt and who was expelled from that body for obstructionary tactics has arrived In this country and i preaching a most horrible doctrine Last week in Chicago he declaredi that everything even murder 1Is justifiable in industrial warfare t gain the ends which the workers seek In full sympathy with th Industrial Workers of the World Grayson believes in sabotage and tlso that any action would bo justi fied which would prove effective His wife who is wIth him proudly boasts that she is a militant suffragette and believes the women of England are justified in burning houses and raising Cain generally along s as more gentle means have not been crowned with success This pair should be shunned until they are dealt with for their hostile andI criminal utterances MERELY RAYING Mrs 0 H P Belmont of Newr York who pbses as the representative of America womanhood sailedI We8dayfor Europe as a dell gate from this country to the woman suffrage convention that meets 1 in Budapest next June Just before her departure Mrs Belmont saId sheI approved of everything the English wildwomen have done and that fif woman suffrage Is not effected 1 In New York in 1915 militant methods may prevail there The English suffragettes have organized arso squads and are burning down public and private property and this Is the class shy will associate with in Lon don and Paris Many will hope tha she remains there The real American woman will stand against the bloodshed arson mob rule hysteria and political trickery that Mrs Belmont Carrie Catt and the Pank hursts would inflict upon this country SPURN THE BRIBE Those who have followed ltdI course agree with Father Peter Gannon and the True Voice that tll Carnegie Foundation for educational purposes has developed into a Gigantic trust that seeks to dominate and control all educational facilities in this country It has set itself up as the judge of institutions that are fit to be indorsed and those that refuse to bow tho knee to Carnegies trust are given a low rating with out regard to their standing in the eyes of real educators The Carnegie Investigators are sent out and after a merely superficial Investigation seldopi lasting more than ari hourthe rating is fixed More than likely the ratlnghas been fixed up In advance of the In vestigation or If It has not it might as well be for all the good the good the investigation does We had a sample of the work of this Foundation In Its report on educational institutions published a few months ago Now the Foundation which has lately taken up with aIdiscredited medical association is going to start out to Investigate hospitals throughout the country We can readily guess what methods will be pursued The Carnegie Foundation has no use for any institution into which definite religion is admitted So pronounced has this antipathy for religion been that only I professors in colleges that are not under religious control have been declared eligible for pensions from the fund Most nonCatholic colleges accepted the bribe without a word of protest and proceeded to change themselves into purely secular institutions They solo whatjj ever religion they had for Carnegies gold Catholic institutions spurned j the bribe and they were marked down accordingly There SB every reason to expect that the coming investigation will either slight or endeavor to give a low rating to Catholic hospitals It would be Just as well to Ignore those selfconsti tuted investigators and refuse them admission to Catholic institutions They represent only a little clique of charlatans and selfpraise artists anyway Their ratings represent nothing worth having We can ge along without them and we should fnot hesitate to tell them so IXGXORANOE The following clipping is taken from the local Baptist World of which the Baptists must surely be proud of its efforts as an organ A sister of the Pope is dead She could neither read nor write It 1 said that Catholicism thrives o ignoranceWe hardly diagnose thei diite to Ignorance more likely a mental trouble sGOOD WISHES The departure of John A BaIrd from the newspaper ranks is- o a distinct loss to the profession to which ho was a credit He carries- a with him the best wishes of all for success in his business career While definite action has not yet been taken by Prof E O Holland Superintendent of Schools relative to the selection of the assistant t authorized by the Board of Educa flan it is sate to predict the 3000 position will be given a man from somq other city Ulan Louisville President Wilson will make no better appointment during his entire administration than that of James M Lynch to the position of Public Printer The Presidents selectio- has the almost unanimous approval of the publishers and printers of the entire country t The children can not vote henc9 they aro ruled off the sidewalks b the CouncilmanIc special committee There ought to be enough fathers iin the General Council tb defeat the proposed ordinance LThe emigration from Ireland last year according to the annual report of the Registrar General totaled camn pared with the previous year Most of us would like to reach wt0 could complain to the about the tax we are paying on our Incomes BOOK TO READ The Irish Contribution to Amer- Icas Independence by Thomas Hobbs Maglnnlss Jr and from th press of the Dolre Publishing Com party Philadelphia and advertised in another column is a most com mendable work There ought to be pure greatIpages greater than any yet published because of the excellence of its mat ter and the solid practical character of the Information which It offers to all who are In quest of the truth as to the real share which Ireland has had in the building of the great fabric of American political inde pendence and the development of her commercial civilization The ofthelantic exile he has not ineffectually endeavored to trace In his Irish In America the brilliant John greatdealof the social and religious achieve ment of the scattered children of the Gael but Mr Maglnnlss gives much more information that goes home to thousands with a personal claim There Is hardly a man or woman of Irish descent living In the United States who will not be interested in the painstaking search made by the truthhascauses of the longcontinued exodus questledfnctthatdrovethesupplanters but became their bitter wellThescales from one honest pair of eyes atrecticmformercilessly mistreated by a cruel and despotic stepsister SUCCESSFUL OPERATION WestJefferson confinedAnthonysHospitalshe underwent an operation for goitre The operation was one of the performed reeoveriagDroperation ctc i i l SOGIETV lI II Mrs Frederick Weiss has re I turned from a visit to friends in Lebanon Junction eMiss Gertrude Edelen of New Hope Is here to spend ten days with friends and relatives Miss Nell Conniff has returnedI from a visit to her mother Mrs Adele Conniff at Irvlngton Maurice V Boland of San Jose Cal has been spending a week vls ding friends in New Albany Mrs Elbert Masden has been en tertaining as her guest Miss NellI Flannlgan of Lebanon Junction Miss Mamie Gottbrath returned home Tuesday from a visit to Miss Virginia Barrlger at Shelbyvllle Mrs Mary Flood of Portland was last week the guest of her daughter Mrs R B Adams at Flora Heights Judge Matt ODoherty and niece t1fiss Kathleen Ewing left Sayirda- for a sojourn at French Lid Springs Misses Honor and Benlta Murphy of the Highlands were last week the guests of the Misses Farman n Okalona Miss May Burke Miss Mary Welsh md James Egan were the Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Albert Mur phy at Pewee Valleys Miss Florence Pllcher was here 1rom St Marys College last week to visIt her sister Mrs Thomas Archer in the Highlands Mrs W A Tuohy and little daughter Anna Lee of Butte Mont are the guests of Mr and Mrs George Kremer Cherokee parkway Harry L Swann has announcedI the marriage of his daughter Miss Margie Swann to Will Noonan which took place on January 1 1913 Dr Henry McKenna now locatedI In New York City has returned to Fairfield to spend his vacation and visit his parents Mr and Mrs J S McKenna for several weeks John Kenney and daughter Miss Mary of Jeffersonvllle have re turned from Indianapolis where they had gone to attend the funeral of their aunt Mrs Mary Finn Misses Elizabeth and Helen Swann of Denver students at St biaryofthe Woods have been spending their spring vacation withi their grandfather Harry L Swann Mrs M J McClusky Mrs B F Popnes and baby all of this city formed a house party that was entertained by Mrs Ed D Shlnnlck last week at her home In Shelbyvllle William B Curley and daughter toyr an nual meeting of the Brotherhood oft Locomotive Engineers Before re turning they will visit Key West and1I Havana Mr and Mrs Henry Perry of New Albany have had as their guests Mr and Mrs Frank Gleason of Chicago Friday Mrs Gleason was honor guest at a social gather Ing at the home of Mrs Chester Williams 2021 East Elm street Mr and Mrs Matthew Brennan 1212 South Sixth street have an theirsdaughter Miss Loretto M Brennan I and James S Peak of Elizabeth town Their marriage took placeI Saturday evening at St PatricksI church the Rev James P Cronin V G performing the ceremony TinI bride and groom were at the Seel bach until Monday when they left willIl reside Mrs Peak is a sister o f Misses Mayme and Anna and Ed ward Thomas and Raymond Bren nan and was popular in Catholic i society circles TRINITY COUNCIL LargeAttendanceand New Members Make Meeting Lively A large gathering and many new members made the meeting of Trin tly Council Y M L Monday night very Interesting All the committees submitted excellent reports the Membership Committee being espe cially complimented for its work in having fiftyeight candidates for the initiation on Sunday One of the features of the meeting next Monday night will be the lecture by Rev Father ONeill the eloquent Domini can missionary which promises to be very instructive and to which the entire Y M I is invited The Build ing Committee will have time for discussion of the completed plans and all who desire to have a voice In this important matter aro urged to be preesnt In addition a number of other important matters will be presented for final action and no doubt the proceedings will be of in terest to every member Upon all sides there were expressions of re gret when President Eckert reported the Illness of Ben Hund and placed his name on the sick list CARDINAL AT BANQUET Lieutenant Governors from three StatesEdward J McDermott of Kentucky Martin H Glynn of New York and David I Walsh of Massa chusettswere among the 800I guests at the annual banquet of the Knights of Columbus in Boston last Saturday night The banquet was in honor of Cardinal William H OCon nell who spoke on the Knights of Columbus as an organization He was followed by Lleut Gov McDermott whose address was pronounced one of the most eloquent and force ful ever delivered at a banquet in Boston n n i ONE DOLLAR month Keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sickness or accident Can you afford to be without this protection PRIZE COURT Under Auspices of Young ILadles of St Patricks Church A euchre and lotto will be given In connection with the prize court which will be held under the aus picas of the Young Ladles Sodality of St Patricks church on Thursday and Friday May 8 and 9 in the school hall Thirteenth and Market streets the proceeds of which will be donated to the fund being raised for St Patricks new school The games will be called at 230 and 8 p m sharp In connection with the prize court tho following prizes will be disposed of Brass bed metal kitchen cabinet drawn work pillow satin wool = lined comfort gold chain setknovel prizes will be donated at tho euchre and lotto In addition to the above awards The young ladles in deslgtpeace for successful claimantst LAID TO REST Mrs Annie Edelen aged flfty four beloved wife of Robert H Edelen the well known distiller succumbed Monday to an attack of acute indigestion at her home 1420 South Fourth street Mrs Edelen was a woman of many Christian vir tues and her death Is deeply mourned by friends and relatives throughout the State Her remains were taken to Springfield when the funeral took place from St Dom husbandIJr John Richard Joseph and George Edelen and Mrs J A Rob ertsonto whom the sympathy of many is extended POLICEMEN ON VACATION Patrolmen Robert W Scanlon and spendingtheirin Cincinnati J J Sullivan has I I fishingtrip1 ref ing of the Hibernians and other societies of whjch he is a member and renew friendship with old friends Quite a number on the force have been on the sick list but all are either on duty again or improv ing Among them were George Kin narney Nick Carey George Murphy Lieut Edward Callahan and A C Connelly CORNERSTONE LAYING Rev Father Edward Boes pastor of St Aloysius church at Pewee Valley has been doing excellent work for the new church he will1 have erected this summer for his growing congregation The prellm rapldldi s expectstodurIIing the month of Junet I HEARTII The ladles orthrSacred Heart church are taking plendlil progressi with the arrangements for the candy pulling to be given In thei andBroadwayde i parochial school They intend toi entertainbothi i one of the best ever givenI JIACKIN COUNCIL Because of the sternuous day put In Sunday there was only a small at thelMonfreports for the next meeting and a decision will be reached upop the picnicbemembers and their families DOMINICAN CHURCH EUCHRE gIvenCortrands church debt fund at Bertrand Hall Sixth street near Oak Friday afternoon and evening May 9 and the commltees have secured many valuable and handsome prizes the ladles In charge hoping to have a record breaking number of prizes for the occasion LARGE COMMUNION CLASS One hundred and fortyfour chit dren will have the exquisite happl necs of receiving their first holy communion tomorrow morning in St Boniface church at tho mass at 8 oclock for which much preparation has been made Tomorrow afternoon there will be solemn vespers at 3 oclock when the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue will administer tho sacrament of confirmation ST PETERS Parents and children of St Peters parish are looking forward to Sunday May 14 when a large tbelrfirstand also on tho same day be con firmed by Bishop ODonaghue This event Is always marked by great pomp at St Peters church the Knights of St John in dress uniform acting as the guard of honor ROSARIES A beautiful amethyst rosary large or medium rolled gold chain costs 125 retail price We will send you one in a beautiful leatherette satin lined box together with a years subscription to the Catholic chil I Apostleboththe dollar send us twentyfive cents for a years subscription to The ChlldIApostle Address The Child Apostle I 1133 McCormick building Chicago Dl ii- l l TRANSYLVANIA NURAN tcOE N Canada tenISupt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Fltior Paul Jones Building CONFIRMATION FOOTWEAR JFor Boys and Girls Never in the history of our business have we shown a more extensive assortment Being located in our handsome new store where our business is much larger necessitating our stocks to be larger we are in better position to serve you Shoesf Oxfords and Slippers White and Patent 1 to 4 We are located in our new store where we have provided everything with which to serve you better BOSTON SHOE CO 417419 ON FOURTH AVEI KNIHTS OP COIMDBSS iLate News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere IndIanapolisHennepin the Twentyfour first degree candidates Monday receivedII Council of Minneapolis will confer the third on a class of 100 on Memorial day Leo Council of Boone Iowa ap propriated 100 for the victims of tho cyclone sufferers of Omaha The newly organized council at Cincinnati put a large class through the first and second last Sunday Though only a small city the Knights of Newark N Y recently added sixty members to their coun ell- i The Knights of Columbus are planning a childrens party an i also a grand May ball for the near futureLast Sunday forty gentlemen re ceived tho three degrees and became members of the council at Little Rock Ark Holy Trinity Council of Bucyrus Ohio received into membership forty candidates at the initiation held twoI weeks ago- Indianapolis will have a baseballI team again this year It is hoped t I make It the best that has yet represented the council LeMoyne Council of Syracuse ha l a boys night this week for th youth of that city between the age of fourteen and eighteen Augmented by fiftyseven new members Fort Wayne Council npw numbers 700 and has the distinction of being the largest in Indiana The Knights of Central New York have under consideration the pro posal to erect a monument on the site of the first mass in Onondaga county No movement thus far inaugurated preesnts greater opportunities or grander prospects than the na tional bureau plan devised by Supreme Master John H Redd- inSOCIETYDIRECTORY AOIDIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First J and Third Tuesdays PresIdentThomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu Ick Financial SecretaryJoseph Par rellTreasurerThomas Keenan BergeantatArns Henry McDer mottISentinel John Keanc DIVISION 2 J Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oa- kPresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefe Financial Secretary John T KenneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning bmBeatlulThomas Hannon DIVISION S Meets First and ThIrd Mondays Nineteenth and Portlan- dPresidentHugh Hottrlgan riIIIa 0 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE IH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kxr i H Vice President John M Maloney PdFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes lion Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon DIVISION 4 MtndaysIPrsidentJohn H HennessyI LynchoFinancial SecretaryThomas J angan Jdarrye ConleysSergeantatAraa Thomas Far enSentlnelM J McDermott Y DM I ltlACIGNCOUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresIdentFrank G Adams First Vice President Qeo Thorn tonSecond Vice PresidentJohn J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry T KIbbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbucb MarshalFred Schuler Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Gnat Albert F Tillman TAILOR Classy Suits to order 2500 and up Satisfaction guaran t edOver five hundred styles to select from Room 9 Whayne Building 414 W Jefferson St FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING I NW Owner Fourth and Jefferson WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee April 27 Another Successful Offering The Shepherd of the lUlls This play IIs a dramatization of Har old Belts celebrated novel which tells a powerful story of the rough times in the Ozark days before the coming of railroads and law and order Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mati nees 25c- Nights and Sunday Matinee 25c 35c SOc SAVEYOUR TEETH ANDMONEY I have decided to continue these special prices for this month FULL PLATE 400 GOLD GROWN300POR- CELAIN CROWN SSOO BRIDGEWORK 300 I am the worklngmans dentist guaranteed tell you In advance Just what your Impressiontakensame da- yDR FORESTNER DENTIST 458 SOUTH FOURTH ST OVER TAYLORS DRUG STORE NEAR WALNUT Office hours 8 to 8 Suudays 0 to 1 Lady attendant 8bve your boys Na daebUon that will prepare thtm for Ute ST XAVIERS COLLEGE lia W Brea4wjr fcralsTUl Xy Conducted by the Xavertaa Brother Claa leal Scleatlflo and Bmlae Larcilw1allllBcslam Terms Moderate we Jana dr j hI r ii- S 1 TUOKYlRIa AMERIOAl I t HOME PHONE E CUMBERLAND 128 Jr JLBARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS s s East T121iLi1 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LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor go to WM R MAYER t g 413 w MARKET ST H CENTRAL FURNITURE GO Incorporated N W CM flirt u4 Grew Sis We fmralsh the home ocaa ptete ea easy payments WM CALLVfMAN Mfr SUM igf- u 0 HBOSSE SONI Funeral Directors and EmbalmersI eio xnsgEnH AVENUETele bole 1022 EXPERT PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING Voicing Action Itegulatiag Prof Walter Klaussner 403 SOUTH SECOND Home Phone City 7195 JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market St HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL WORK GUARANTEED HERRMANN BROS DiPOILTBIUI FINE WINES AND LIQUORS DUtlllen and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Kea- tacky WhllklNeMla- llyPearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TriMilMim IS4 MXTH STMCT el+a eit tt HERMAN STRAUS lj SOrts CrouflTH Avenue rcap0Areo TaRKCT srneci Advance Sale of Wash Goods I and Linens i Weii New White jind Colored Wash Materials For Early Spring Wear IMPORTED WHITE RA TINE40 inches wide with t seat regutper yard O Jt FANCY NUB AND CREPE EFFECTSAlso Crepe Ratines and Crepe Voiles with ratine borders values up to 139 special per yard tOl WHITE VOILEWith neat ratine stripe 38 inches wide Splendid weight and quality usually sells at 98c ccialc IMPORTED ENGLISH VOILESIn all the new stripes and checks designs and colorings regular 35c quali ties special perG K yard e COLORED NUB RAITINES In all the plain colorings also white with colored and drawn t borders values up to 85119 special per yard C NHlfOBt lN ieahtIHMNO- 1lBOl tIi B 1BONMW HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes It is essential that every member of Division 1 attends the next meet IngThe State officers of New York held a two days session last week at Utica Each division would be benefited by a general meeting like that of last Monday night Divisioni 4 meets next Monday night All who can should be present to hear the reports Mobile Hibernians collected and forwarded quite a nice sum for the relief of the flood sufferers Bishop MoFaul was the honor guest at the banquet of the Ancient Order last Tuesday night at Trenton NJ Fifteen hundred people witnessed the postponed St Brlglds day cele bration of the Indianapolis Ladies Auxiliary Every Hibernian In the city was grieved when informed of the critical condition of Michael Sheehan of Division 3 The two divisions at Nashua N H held a Joint meeting the first part of the month and received over fifty into membership The Ladies Auxiliary of Colum bus Ohio was among the first who undertook the work of gathering clothing for the flood sufferers Division 1 of Mobile one of the most energetic and prosperous In the South Is arranging for the in itiation of a class of 100 In May At a largely attended meeting of Division 4 of Brooklyn resolutions endorsing John E Redmond and the Irish party were unanimously adopted Mrs McWhorter State President of the Illinois auxiliary has been awakeningInterest theStateUnusual interest is being ev idenced In Iowa and many pupils will compete for the Irish history scholarships offered by the Hibernians of that State Twentythree ladles were recently made members of the auxiliary at StatPresIdenther presence AuxiliaryStatePresident Mrs Mary Rafferty to organizedIvisIons vesperstheenjoyed an elaborate banquet at FatherPrendergast inltlatellIntoNatlonalPresidentdelegationsfrom andCeylon festival ChicagoHibernlans ladles police force in a contest for a mostteautftullrlsh IssuedInvitations toblTwentyslxthday evening May 12 This will be1 wl11doubtle Auxiliary spectaclePuebloCotthemtheyeoffiastraSa ILongclotbs 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 A piece JU tJ SOFT FINISH ENGLISH NAINSOOKBeautiful quality and finish 36 inches wide 12 yards to the piece 198 quality special po wj 49piece WJU 40 INCH SEA ISLAND SOFTFINISH NAINSOOK Usually sails at 239 for 2 7per0 FINE EGYPTIAN SOFT FINISH NAINSOOKFull 40 inches wide for fine under garments and infants wear 25specialNMMON M iNlttM HAMERICAN AMERICANIRISH IRISHWAKE It is the practice of some Ignor nut and malignant people to ridicule mud disparage the Irish race unda great manyAmericans disavow Irish descent or if they do acknowledge it speak of it in n whisper Why is this Its because the American mind has been filled with the idea of AngloSaxon superiority Amer icans believe most of the settlers and those that secured the Inde pendence of tills country were almost wholly Knglls i and the Irish ore looked upon as newcom ers driven here Ir by potato famines The fault lies with Irish Americans themselves The Eng lish never miss an opportunity to boost their race the newspapers prate about AngloSaxon bravery fidelity courtesy and enterprise while a great many Irish are more apt to apologize for their existence in America The remedy lies with you We have Just published a book on The Irish Contributions to Amer- Icas Independence which proves the achievements of the Irish race in the founding of America and the establishment of her inde pendence and material progress were unparalleled by any other It contains practical information of the kind that men of the race should possess to enable them to refute the scurrilous attacks made upon them by the ignorant and the strongest point in its favor is that it was written by a Protestant who does full justice to peopleOnly bookhavoSimplysentIand address If you do not con slier it the best book in the inter ests of the Irish youoveryourdollar 12SouthDoire Publishing Co 125 South Fifth St Philadelphia MONUMENT TO FOUNDER A bronze monument will be un LoutInCatholicfounderLaclede will present a replica of th DeodusFrancewhere a descendant Sow is Mayor MILLION DOLLAR ACADEMY A beautiful academy for girls i I being built in the picturesque Chester valley between Philadelphia an l Harrisburg by the listers of th I lIarkenewI about4100e900I furnished f D 1 Readymade Sheets and Pillowcases HEMMED BLEACHED PILLOWCASES Size 42 x 36 11bleachedI C 11 HEMSTITCHED AND PLAIN HEMMED PILLOW heavylinenfinish to 17c special 11r- each BEST UTICA PILLOW CASESPlain hemmed size 14c20cHEMMED BLEACHED BED SHEETSLarge double bed size made from heavy grade linenfinish muslin good value at 63c special each Or 1HElrSTITOHED1 81x90 of a good grade sheet 79c64cspeciaJ siiaw aa-iicaNil waww TWIN CITY Baseball League Plays Its I IFirst Morning Game Sunday The Twin City Athletic Associa tion formerly known as the Catholic Baseball League will Inaugurate Its season tomorrow and large crowds are expected to be present at the different grounds as the splendid amateur ball furnished by this ag gregation last summer has whetted the appetites of lovers of the game who patronized this league chiefly on account of Its slogan of clean ball which President Frank Relchert has promised will be their motto this year The schedule for tomorrow Is as follows Bruins vs Champions at Shawnco Park No1 Spring Bank vs Hepburns at Shawnee Park No 2 Kentucky Oaks vs Shamrocks at Shawnee Park No 3 and Athletics vs Cadets at Fairmont Park New Albany CONSECRATED The Spanish Church of Our Lady of Hope In West One Hundred and Fiftysixth street near Riverside drive New York City the costliest and most beautiful church of Its size In this country was solemnly con secrated on last Sunday by Cardinal Farley The edifice which was dedi cated on July 21 1912 Is a gem of architectural beauty in a setting of unusually magnificent surroundings including majestic buildings and beautiful terraces Archer M Hunt ington a son of the late Collis P Huntington who is not a Catholic not only gave the ground for the new church but also contributed 30000 toward Its erection Miss Maria de Barril raised 45000 for the purpose of decorating the edifice Many of the furnishings were donated by nonCatholics WALNUT THEATER Jhe Shepherd of the Hills next weeks offering at the Walnut Thea ter is the dramatic story of rough times in the Ozark days before the coming of the railroads the period of husklngs house raisings rough and ready settlement of disputes with the fist laborious farming highway robberies and so on It is said to be a red blood virile play yet one that has a deep message The fact that the novel from which the play was made has been a best seller Is ample proof that it is what the public wants The engagement calls for the usual midweek mat inees Tuesday Thursday and Saturday MADE FRIENDS HERE M J Fogarty and wife and chil dren of Elwood Ind enjoyed a pleasant visit to Louisville and while here were the guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Hueber at their home on Washington street Mr Fogarty Is one of the leading manufacturers In Elwood and during his visit made many friends in Louisville KNIGHTS AT MOB LE Moe will an on ded grees on a large There will be In attendance on this occasion Knights from New Haven Conn Chicago Birmingham Ala New Orleans And other clttee Thee candidates and Knights will attend mass at St Josephs church and KnightsebeginTheexemplificationofe n JiANkrthRBREw1NG1 CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- s everyone SENNACKERMANBREWING INOORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY ICumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 T- HEWIEDEMANNraceamba- eTEDBREWINGi COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent Sam ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITYBREWINOCOi y INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home W TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE K- YJOHNFOERTELrINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERA 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUlSVlLLttn RY GHaS fl RoocrsPR- AYER II BOOKK GO BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us 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318320 West Green St MlwMuldoon Monument Gt CB THOMPSON FLORISTW ONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH AV3DNUJU Both Telepbona ION All orders receive prompt atteatiea aid satisfaction guaranteed A Delightful SmoKe PHONE CITY 2310 FOR- JCLHOPATRA ofIOeGONDOLA5e DOMECKyfyiv- jj i C Thc C r JlENTUOKY TRISIi a JMERIOA8 SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS Do You Realize What Nicks Green Label ij Means to Youo If not listen It means double premium value at our store or one GREEN TRADING ST VMP for each GREEN LABEL Also if youd rather one Profitsharing Certificate Red Stamp for each GREEN LABEL and above all the BEST AND BIGGEST LOAF ON THE MARKET Be sure and get NICKS BREAD Its made under the strictest sanitary conditions by Nick Warisse Baking Co LADIESLt When you can have the shape changed into a new up to date style j 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 WORKSI 713 West Jefferson Street North Side t+ M For Your Furniture Wants R I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest andmy terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street j CONFIRMATIONSHOES 1 EMERSON DUCHESS Shoes For Men Shoes For Ladies = fjfe 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 Stylish as Well as Comfortable SHOE FITTERS VOLZ MICHAELSTO THE FAMILY N lNNry Ge FOR GOODNESS SAK EAT MOTIIERSBREADiMadein the South- NN4AN4N f AWNINOSANDTENTS A large stock of tints on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mall promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co i BOTH PHONES 2427120 N THIRD ST The Quick Meal Gas Range In all its majestic beauty and brilliant efficiency is beyoad all doubt the 1best Gas Rangp ever offered to the public Itrhas the most practical gas saving burner ever devised The Quick Meall is easiest to keep clean and in fact leads all others in quality style name tend real merit GEHER SON 2ft West Msisrkett CJ j 1 L 5 JOHN R PFLANZ Candidate For RoEleoion JAILERJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 I IVOTE FOR ANDREW M SEA FOR ECEIVE1CITY TAX Subject to the Action of the emocratic Party Primary Election August 2 19- 13HARRYC NEHAN Candidate For ReEUction CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 tel M EltJLER 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 j port for County Assessor I assure you will appreciate it BASEBALL Now Absorbing Topic on All Sides With Colonels Favorite Baseball from a local standpoint received the biggest impetus in itsI history when a record breaking crowd attended the opening gam between Louisville and Kansas City at Eclipse Park only standing room being left when Attorney Thomas A parker escorted Mayor Head across the diamond to pitch the first ball Interest In baseball here just now is at fever heat the fans one and all being confident that Presi dent Wathen is endeavoring to give the city a team which will be a con tender at all stages and it Is universally belieevd that Manager Hay den can come pretty near standing pat on his present lineup with Hulswltt included for second base as many cpnslder him the best all around player In the association be ing a 300 hitter and possessing base ball generalship of a high caliber But with the adevnt of Hulswltt it becomes a puzzle as to which fielder to take out Even the many wise critics who attend regularly state they are unable to decide which to take out Burch Osborne or Stans bury all going at a good clip Tho present season promises to be a banner one financially and from an attendancQ standpoint as the fans are ready and anxious to assist the management lq again putting Louis villa on the baseball map Kansas JOeG1IIUllons l morow for three games BENEFIT MUSICALE The young ladles of St Frances of abeaemandliavogramme to be presented by some of 11adniSMlI 11I i J CHARLES H KNIGHT tttCCANDIDATE FOR 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 Filth ward Fortyninth and Fiftieth of Sev enth ward Thirtysixth of Eleventh ward and Thlrtysecond to Fortyfirst ofTwelfthwardSubject the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913IVOTE FOR George SchlegelF- OR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 MUIR WEISSINGER j Candidate For ReElection For COUNTYJUDGESubject Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 1913 Primary August 2 1913 JI Russell Game Candidate For ReElection SU V YORJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party RECENT DEATHS Many friends and relatives tender heartfelt sympathy to Mr and Mrs William H Peters 1314 East Breck bridge street whose home was made desolate on Monday by the death of their twoyearold son Roy Peters The funeral was held Wednesday churchewhen Rev Father Jensen officiated at the solemn mass of requiem The funeral of Thomas J Carroll who died last Saturday at his home 1134 West Oak street was held Monday morning from St Williams church Rev George Connor cele brating the solemn mass of requiem Deceased was the brother of Patrol man John Carroll and was forty seven years bid Besides his widow he leaves several children to mourn hisdeathMonday morning tie funeral of Miss Ella Alvey daughter of George Alvey 1233 Maple street was held from the Sacred Heart church Rev father Walsh being the celebrant of the mass of requiem Miss Alveys death followed an illness of tuber culosis and was not altogether un expected the Was twentyfour years old and is survived by her parents and three sisters and one brotherMrs Lizzie Newton Mrs klaggie McDermott Miss Mary Llllie Alvey and Leo Alvey The death of Mrs Emellne Hall 958 South Twelfth street removes trom St Williams parish one of its oldest most devout and highlyre spected members Mrs Hall was a native of Kentucky but for over Ihirtyflv0 years had been a resident of this city She Is survived by three sons Edward Rodney sail CtazKaB of Louisville three sisters Mrs Adeline Shirkllss of Springfield 111 Mrs Harriet Williams and Miss Anna Curt lngeJ of Louisville and two brother Taylor Curtsinger of Louisville and Col curllnger of Woodlawn Ky Her funeral took place Monday morning from St Will lams churph and was the llargest Semi there far some time P S RAY I Candidate For ReElection COUNTY CLERK Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 QEO W BERRY CANDIDATE FO- RMAGISTRATE Eighth Magisterial District Composed of the Her Beth and Twelfth Wards Subject to the Action ol the emocratlc 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 FO- RCOUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 V1NCENTIANS j Religious Observance Will Mark Centenary of Pounder Tomorrow the members of the St Vincent de Paul Society In Louisville will religiously celebrate the bun dredth anniversary of the birth of Frederick Ozanam the founder of the society which Is now recognized as the greatest and most beneficial charity organization in tho world For this occasion there wilt be a special Pontifical high mass at the Cathedral at 745 oclock tomorrow morning at which the RIgnt Rev Bishop ODonaghue will be the cele brant At this mass all the mem bers of the society in the city are expected to receive holy communion In a body Tomorow afternoon at 3 oclock the members of the society and their friends will assemble at the Knights of Columbus hall on Fourth Street to participate in the celebration prepared for the occa sion There will be two addresses one by a noted layman and the other by a celebrated priest noted for his oratory and Incidentally there will be a few remarks by others suggested by the occasion The pastors and the assistant priests of every church In the city have been Invited and no doubt will lend their presence to make this the greatest Vlncentian celebration that Louis ville has over known Every Vln centtan whose heart Is imbued with the spirit of the society and who recognizes all that tho society has been to him will permit no excuse to keep him from this meeting PEWEE VALLEY The handsome carving set offered at the regent entertainment at Trin fly Council Hall for the benefit ot St Albyplui church Pewee Valley was awarded to Mrs J Bickel 529 Garden street who held ticket No 133 Mrs J A Fuegleln was given the ladles shirt waist 4 J Save WearingApparel Both Phones 2207 617 S Fourth Ave MNNONNN NNN tIN1 What the Club 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