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PATRONIZE QREAGlERiS BUSINESS SCHOOLSSteed aid Brecktarldie VOLUME XXXNQ SATURDAY MAY 3 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS OZANAM iI k UrVlncentlnns Religiously Observei the Centenary of Theiry FounderX Right Rev Bishop ODonoghue ISays Pont fclnl Mass at Cnthedraltt- t t v Benedict Elder Tells Wonderful Career of the Apostle of Charity MANY AT AFTERNOON MEETING Jt f 1 In no city in this country was there a more religious or sincere ob servance of the centenary of Fred eric Ozanam the modern apostle of charity and founder of the St Vincent de Paul Society than In Louls vlhe last Sunday Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue celebrated Pontifical high mass at the Cathedral which was attended by the conferences of all the churches in the city the mem bers receiving holy communion In a body The numbsr of men present was exceedingly large when It is remembered that in several of the parishes the children of many were making their first communion thus keeping a number away In the afternoon there was a large gathering in the Knights of Columbus Hall on Fourth avenue where the general memorial meeting was held President J J Caffrey occupied the chair Rev Father Donahue of the Cathedral the Spiritual Director offering the open Ing pray r As this was a special meeting the reading of conference reports was dispensed with but President Caffrey enrolled a number of new members In receiving them as Vlncentians he informed them that for their every act of charity there was a special indulgence and that for members of this society there are many spiritual benefits He was highly gratified to announce that through the Bishop the society had received 1000 from a generous donor whose name would be made known later He would only say the gift was the bequest of a lady who dIed some time ago who was ac fated t th k f tho ParI area e 4wee- el s who wohld follow her good example j President Caffrey then introduced Benedict Elder the attorney who for over an hour held his hearers t spellbound as he told of the wonder ful career of Frederic Ozanam and Ills stupendous activities in everything that made for the Catholic cause and charity His address was Indeed appreciated and at Its cdn I elusion there was long continued t applause Mr Elder said they were assembled to celebrate the centenary of one man out of millions whoII founded not a city or government but loved God and his fellow man 1 and today Vincentians were gaUltt ered everywhere throughout the world to draw a lesson and Inspire J tlon from his life and deeds The t speaker dwelt on the history of the Ozanam family for seven centuries before the birth of Frederic which I took place In Milan In 1813 while his father was succoring and serving I III scourged city Mr Elder dwelt at length upon the early life of Ozanam and the conditions then existing when the powers of ihell were let loose In France It was their founder who changed the atmosphere with a It respect for Catholic truth and the It beauty of the teachings of the greatnessOzanam i I he said and it was only that that a I1 l becominglthis great society had achieved marked I distinction in his public career he was always a loyal Vincentlan and I persevering In his faith his sincerity compelling conviction Therefore it I was that they should perpetuate the lives of men like Ozanam for the I good they have done end the help rendered that made men purer and saved allfor Godfather Deppen Father Raffo Father Francis ONeill O P and j Father George Connor were caller upon and In short responses de dared they were refreshed edified and rejoiced with the scholarly and finished address of Mr Elder which marked the day as a memorable oc Gaston They were encouraged with the spirit that permeated the day They were placing before the world1 the true ideal of Christian charity and It was a Joyful thing to kno that the future will bring forth the full realization of their hopes Father Donahue was the lastI e waas given the closest attention He en couraged the members and urged thEm to persevere IJtha work of their society and increase Us useful ipose Altogether this was a day tat 111ta Vincentlan present will ever forget ELiroae LWXIXQTOX VOWCE AMMnt CW tor PoMee Penal McCarty TTM qI tly lIIarii Monday night to iMtas +iBeatrlce Doyle at St Peters sketch in Lexington the Rer lather DstyppnOrofttciMin- gbris e las roXn Jute Dolls 7M West Main street ad deter if iWJMf Jgltts Doyle wft wtaOlt Mumot la many rt Ij 7Mn n r c r y 4 KENTUCKY IRISH IBLOUISVILLETuesIfayon his associates of the police and detective departments who had arranged to escort the newlywedded couple to the train with a brass band ReaganwhoIsaibachelor said that he considered the action of the Assistant Chief In being married before his superior officer highly insubordinate The couple lmmedlatelyaftetheJ BorkoL WITH FLAG y jx i t American Pilgrims Receive atfVatican One hundred and twenty pilgrims from Toledo Ohio under the guidance of Bishop Schrembs were presented to Cardinal Merry del Val at the Vatican last Sunday by Bishop Kennedy rector of the American College in Rome The pilgrims arrived at the Vatican preceded by an American flag The Cardinal thanked them in the name of the Pope and expressed the Pontiffs regret to be unable to receive them The Cardinal made the tour of the salon In order that the pilgrims might kiss his ring and presented each with a medal blessed by the byhiswindow of his bedroom and watch of5tof tho Vatican for their rocqptlon The pilgrimage was presented at noon in the Ducal Hall Cardinal Merry del Val was surounded by a large suite Including Mgr Canals the substitute Secretary of State My affection for America Is deep said Cardinal Merry del Val The iInterest the Holy Father has In you Is EO great that if an exception could be made so that he might receive anybody it would be made for you It is of America that the Holy Father said on a memorable occasion That Iis a land where true freedom is esteemed CHORAL UNION r Marcus Kellerman Comes to Assist at Orphans Benefit The Catholic Choral Union is to lie congratulated upon securing the as living baritones He was formerly of the Berlin Royal Opera and since coming to this country he has toured Symp110nyOrchestra neapolis Symphony Orchestra and the St Paul Symphony Orchestra His appearance with the Boston the Theodore Thomas and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestras as well as the organizations conscert and oratorio gained hIm uni versal commendation and established for him a reputation as great as that achieved in Europe Under thb- brUllant directorship of ProtoAnthony Molengraft the Choral Union will appear ully 300 strong when Mondelsoshns Elijah is given at Sundayproceeds of this master production will be dtvded among fife St Vincent St Thomas and St Joseph Orphan Asylums MARY C GRAVES cityworeGravesbeloved fAnthonysf Wednesdayfollowing citls Mrs Graves was beloved by a large circle of friends in this city who knew her as a woman of beautiful character cheerful disposition J and kind sympathetic nature member of the Cathedral parish thpracticeerous donor to every deserving char 1 Ity She was before her I bias Mary Hennessy and was born iin this city Besides her husband she i lleaves two daughters Lida and Ethel Graves and a wide circle of relatives and friends Her funeral will take i place this morning from the Cathe= drat WILL SEE TIrE POPE Cardinal William H OConneli orI Boston left Saturday for Rome on board the Canopic of the White Star line He will see Pope Plus inspect work being done on hits titular particiw pate in celebrations of the sixteen hundredth anniversary of the Con stantine edlctVery Rev Mgr Michael J Splaine administrator of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Dr J K Slattery of St Eliza beths Hospital accompanied him SACRED irEAItT CHURCH The annual parisk candy pulling for the benefit of the Sacred Heart parochial school will beheld MendsY In the school hall at Seventeenth Md Broadway For two weeks past tke ladles of the congregation have been busy and they will snake this tke best candy pulling of the geer dwith the lurge number who willI attend tke afternoon will be tort S dilldrm end night for tkar peter Mar all UMT srtll b yarIed MIa tfewrinc attnetiOM fl tJ t INTOLERANCE Slmmcful Treatment oT Presby terian Minister byUlster Orangemen qf 2 llnd MimllncHS and Courage to Refuse to Sign Ridiculous Covenants ae t Protestants Who Sec Nothing1 to Fear Front t Home halo Increasing TRUST THEIR FELLOW CATHOLICSI 1 The bigotry and Intolerance of the Ulster Orangemen Is well exemplified by tho story of the Scotstown Pres byterian affair as told by the Dun dalk Democrat It appears that thcPresbyterian church at Scotstown servobyn Pattersonso far as we know a worthy minister of his church and no man has ventured to say other wise Some months ago onehalf his congregation rose and left the Scots wentInt ever since these double dissenters have assembled every Sunday ing at the hour fixed for service i the church and held a service o their own to which it appears most of the church congregation eventually came It might be thought that the Rev Patterson had com repudiated or in some way outraged the feel Ings of his hearers But no The reverend gentlemans sole crime was that he had the manliness tore fuse to sign the notorious Orange covenantWe a lot of the Orangemans profesed love for civil and religious liberty But here they deny to their own mlnlstar the rightnoe- ven to assert political doctrines dlf ferent from their but to refrain from endorsing the Implied outrage upon the feelings of his Catholic neighbors contained in the covenant ar from pledging himself against his conscience and his sense of right to tuko up arms to resist home rule We Know many Presbyterians In0 men who ur home rulers aspth lr forefathers wore We know man more who see nothing to fear i home rule and rely upon the goo d sense of their Catholic fellow coun trymen far more than upon the safeguards contained In the bill to protect them from any form of In justice not to say persecution We do not know even one who will assert that he genuinely fears and sUch event We have In mind the out declaration of a Presbyterian clergyman at the time the cov enant now almost forgotten was being used to work up bogus Union ist sentiment in Ulster That clergy man not a home ruler wrote to the rimes that he and hundred like him did not distrust their Catholic fellow countrymen and were ashamed of the things said nnd done in the name of religion as they felt that thee re- ligIon thus exhibited was not the religion that had made the men of Ulster what they had stood for in the pastThe Rev Patterson Is entitled to the approbation of every rightthlnk ipg man and eVery lover of juattc- and of liberty He has refused t disobey his conscience to accuse his Catholic neighbors unjustly or to Join 1n the vain and foolish vapor Ings of civil war and bloodshed t which too many of his cloth allowed themselves to be persuadedn u doubt against the bettor judgment of most of them Those members of his congregation who have taken punishAhim for his manly and Christian publiec decency a service by showing the Intolerant spirit of Orangemen and the upoqn civil and religious liberty as under stood and desired by thorn Rev Patterson took part In t united Ulster day service in 03alll ode parish church But when the time for signing the covenant arrived he refused to do so On the next Sun day by way of protest almost kale o the congregation left when he com menced the ordinary service In his own church Since then special services have been conducted each Sunday at the same Cline as the church services by one of the elders of tile congregation In Wattsbridge Orange Hall + BENEFIT MUSICAWB Next Friday night a benefit musll cale will be give A In the Clifton Thea ter the proceeds of which will be for the benefit of St Frances of Rome church of which Rev Father White fa pester An Interesting and artletia programme will be preeente- by some of Louisvilles beet music talent and those who are present will be Wilted with the evenings entertainment sail kelp a food canoe The programme will be under hedirection of Mrs J J Donahue T108P1 urlRm yfee President Tti6aa Tlhof Dirliloii 4j 0 IT de oMtratfd TdeocLilealr tint be fcat not lost bs iftfct Ik sMitrMc fcypltauiU for I o1i1 c belnturned8 Division 4 Thomas Doyle R T Burns J W Brady William and Phil Broderick President John Hennessy obligated Patrolman Pat OHearn who later fntthe evening spoke on the splehdWljIraternlty otI the A O H Hon MJ McDermotl delivered a short talk on the merger ordinance which was recently ap proved by the General Council and Pat ODohnell delivered a few re marks on economy Pat 41ic0uir- was reported as improving but i still confined to Sts Miry aria Eliza- Beth Hospital from 1 hvs recent in Jury PRIZE COU11T tWill Have Record Break Ing Docket For Next Weekr 1 The Prize Court in connection with the euchre and lottq to be given next Thursday stud Friday in the school hall at Thirteenth and Market streets for the benefit of St Patricks newt parochial school willmwith the largest docket ever ye- orded In Louisville For tho past month the ladles of the congregation have been preparing for this event and overy detail has been carefully arranged Tickets are being sold at twentyfive cents and with each a coupon that may be worth 250 in standingtand novel method of entertainment and will be found very amusing For haveneastfthat they are helping Father Cronin in the work of building a tine school they feel justified in calling upon their frlneds for assistance REAL TREAT Trinity Council Appreci ated Lecture of rather ONeill O Pit eut joyed a real IntelieqfiSal retreat Monday night when Rev ranch ONeill of Pt Louts Bertrams the eloquent missionary and forger professor at rthe Catholic CollegeKt Columbus de livered a lecture oMtLlterature It was pronounced onnraf the most elo- Quent lectures eveiBkllvered wlthi t 1C wally riflrinit HMJUUlrll and the I force with which ikKisI imparted can Blon on the minds of Anose who heard i gratedit will not be long until they may again have the opportunity of hear ing him Next Monday night as a special order the question of the addition to the club house Will be further discussed the Building Com mittee having received from the architect the pla specifications and bids for the proposed workfresident Eckert Occupied the chair and all the routine business was disfposed of at an early hour BOShERHLIIIIUCIItOne interesting tho spring weddings was solemnized with nuptial mass Wednesday morn Ing at St Marys church on Eighth street when Edward JDoBler led toIthe altar Miss iFlora Marie Hubbuch werebankedwith the myriad lights presented an enchanting scone Miss Mayme Hubbuch slater of the bride was the bridesmaid and Ray W Bosler asoI who performed the marriage cere mony was the celebrant of the nuptial mass Both bflde and groom asI otfriendsalonga Immediatelywedded couple loft for an Eastern untilMayf be at home summerrelr1lnC summar MARYS MONTH The devoted taryandchutChesthere Inher1 devotionfStLos nsplendor Tomorrornafternoon there will take place the annual May day procession of the church sodalities and societies presenting one of the most beautiful and impressive sights of the year At the Cathedral St Anthonys St Patricks Sacred Heart St Charles and the other usuaMay1 NATIQNAIi DELEGATE Col Joseph Po McGinn wily leave attendthethe Catholic Knights Of America aa IfentuckalY and be in session for five days Ken lucky will also be represented by CoL Pejer Manloh of Hendersonn Supreme President G udln ha- placed a Col MoOlnn on the Commit t tteet on Official Reports ike Other mernbers being Rev WI1 Hewlett f of Colored D F lKellherr of Texas Joseph F Kloffer of Nnn reant XoOlnn swill visit fdt1 KMtfm 1M 1 le METHODIST iJ I f 0 I f Minister Who Thanks God Fo and Itcspcctsthc Catholic I i Church Divorceaunlit Lulls That Disgrace 11mcrica Its Presence Jumbles All to Sleep With Feeling of Pence and1 Security THE DEFENDER OF THE BIBLE In the Chicago InterOcean of re cent sermonbyMItchellDthed minister StJamesother things Dr Mitchell said I have long since come to that pojnt In my religious experience where I can not 3o other than scany which exalts l thinklcgracehenthe churches and finds much to admire and like In denominations other than his own I want to tell you this morning some of the things which I like in other churches theRomanallegiancetoof its leaders ever question the deity believes oftimewish that it would send its children to the public schools while at the churchestheemphasisI the purity of the home life and the sanctity of themarrlaeg vow Thank God for that churchs strong icclear protest against the cheap di ourAmerican thenforItsostr aitxt coed neLlrta rut 1j attle against modernism It s tostenttheI especially thank God for the stand that church takes In this land against anarchy on the one hand and otherWhenof foreigners c ouritieshavebeenGodfordoestouchInfluence1 Socialist destructivetndenclesI to steep afirmerRomanCatholic KNIGHTS OF fiT JOHN theInlghtstho strongest Catholic military so theirtwentyseventhannual nextorondayreception dance This is always a event in Catholic fraternal circles and the drills of the various crack commanderles will be well worth witnessing the Knights will appear in their new uniforms and will be under the command of Col Breen and staff COMES TO UNVEIL AITAIt rAntonio de Navarro husband of the great actress Mary Anderson arrived in New York last Saturday morning on board the Celtic of the White Star line to unveil tho memorial altar at St Patricks Cathedral which has been placed inl memory of his mother The altar dso will be dedicated on May G It cost 25000 and was after designs made by Henry Brown who designed the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D C Mr de Navarro said that his wife was In the test of health and also the children She wished to accompany him on the trip but cir cuinstances prevented her doing so FXTERS NEW FIELD Thomas J Dolan Councilman n from the Twelfth ward for many years with the Speed Cement andI Lime Company has engaged in the Insurance business having accepted the position of special a ent of the New York Life Insurance Company 3with offices 1m the Paul Jones build Ing Councilman Dolan hue a legion of friends who predict his success B and will aid him in his new field Fi0tQRIRISTI TENOR The jrisli And Ttonmn Catholic ottnlaetienaet New York tttae t reception sti Aeolian Hall iunday stit to TTJioBMu Fjsn tits Iris- Fromdent h irnof inemlwrs of tke iitt thQa ofTVdibrnf I- J j t R f 1 I 1 1 KnightsI of Columbus and Gaeli- tt Society helped to arrange the affair1e James J Regan President of th Ancient Order of Hibernians came from St Paul for tho occasion The patrons included Cardinal Farley ThomasrW Wallace Denis A Spelllssy Dr Gertrude B Kelly Dr Francis J Quinlan and Col Louis D ConIc STIRRED rather relten GlvesYoun Men an EarnestI Talk There was a good attendance at the meeting of Mackin Council last Monday night when the members were stirred by the earnest and FrancisFelten SInlanguagelatherthe way they should go pointing out the duty they owe God and their country He also laid strong em p htpertainingtoMemorial resolutions on the death pf Joseph Bartsch were adopted and an engrossed copy ordered sent his fam- Ily President Adams announced that another application had s been re and that those on the sick list were improving Before adjourning several members spoke in complimentary terms of the initiation and banquet and the excellent work of Attorney Robert T Burke and Dan J Hennessy and the committee that made the arrangements PEACHES Little Act That Brought the dChurch Hon T J Gaughan a prominent attorney of Camden Ark and a great admirer and staunch supporter Haytlfor pal speakers at the recent Knights of Columbus banquet given in Little Rook Mr Gaughan related many iInteresting things among which was the story of how a little act trifling In itself changed his whole career and the career of others and made of him his mother his brothers and his nine children all Catholics When I was a lad In my teens said Mr Gaughan Mmy father had as his guests two distinguished gen tlemen a hno taese vte tnggeu = mop and my father were enjoying a pleasant Conversation I went out and gathered a basket full of fine ripe peaches and gave them to my father and his guests Thepeaches seemed to be greatly relished by the visitors and as they ate them they naturally thought of the giver and this prompted onq of them to say to my father This is a promising looking youngster Why dont you send him to school My father answered their uestion by asking another Where I send himl Then one of the gentlemen spoke upand said Send him where my friend and I went to school It was agreed that this should be done and as a consequence I was sent to St Josephs Bards town Ky where I learned of the Catholic religion and became a Cath olic I often think it was a lucky thing for me and my family that I gave those men a basket of peaches NOTHING IN HUMORS In reply to a question as to a rumor that the Irish Parliament could not return to the old Parlla ment House in College Green John Redmond said You may be quite certain that there is nothing what ever in these rumors You may be sure that the universal sentiment In Ireland would Insist on the Parlia ment going back there It Is said I that the building Is not quite con venlent for modern parliamentary use Even if it were not the ties of memory and tradition would be too strong to be broken No Irishman would dream of having his Parlia ment anywhere else- SPAGHETTI SUPPER The Indies of St Charles Borromeo congregation will serve a spaghetti 1 supper for their friends Monday evening from 5 to s oclock in Stt Charles Hall Twentyseventh andI Chestnut streets which promises t be a treat for those who partake of It In addition the ladles will enter tale with a euchre and lotto party the games to be called at 230 and 8 oclock Tickets are twentyfive cents and good for either games or supper FORSHNG COLORED PARISH With the assistance of Rpv John T OConneli 1 administrator of the diocese and pastor of the Cathedral the colored Catholics of Toledo Ohio are forming a parish In thatt city Bishop Schrembs has approved the movement Until a priest Is as signed them iha colored people will1 have the use of the Cathedral chapel HETREAT AT ACADEMY I The Rev Father Alphonsui C P of the Sacred Heart Retreat on thei Newburg road conducted the aptr itual retreat that opened Monday morning and closed on AseBsi6m a RebeatVs rntwm for the pupils of that splendid edacationwa InstHuHon for rndyonn1woeiuC T w j t l5 a tAT- ROSABREAD Pr2Y P Labels Redaeaablr attt- Klrys I aed 1k Stare I PETITIONS Being Circulated in Great Num bers by Prospective Demo erotic Candidates J nave S xt inRSignatures ButSmallComply With Lay f STRONG iI DEMOCRAT TICKET Petitions for a place t I otno willwidelytoay as this ds the law derwhichC themirculated be b willeginrequtsltonumber of bulkofgobbled up as thoseobtained ar esupportranominationpaperexpected todeclare particularcandidate givensidtoSecurehayg areubjectcandidatestheCommonwealth AttorneyThe countyOrtJcesnecessary st fuivetothecandldates tosccurecandidatescityatdistrictt will have to secure a small proper theFortYflftbo tlftytourIgners candldafetheVortyseventhdlJtrlct candldatt ninth district candidate about fifty oiflydiFlftytlrJltthis being the Eleventh and Twelfth wards W ui courjte UUOITI e are based on the Democratic end thutarthe Interest of the Progressives and Republicans being centered on the tight between the Herald and the Post as to a probable Fusion ticket the wily Editor Knott becoming wore frantic dally as ho realizes there is no chance for him or his organ to tag Into either party On the other I hand the Herald despairing of re- vivIng the fast dying Progressive party Is now agitating the suffragette question with the hope of securing this fad element to boost the Progressive cause As predicted in these columns several months ago Dr John II Buschemeyer will have no opposition for the Democratic nomination fund very little In November Judging from the present outlook we expect some of the Republican or Progressive brethren to rise and offer a motion to make his election unanimous Our other best bet Scott Bullltt has fulfilled our predictions and will i have no opposition for flit nomina tion for County Attorney to succeed hjmself although many of the boys IIn the trenches had hoped to see him aspire higher his personal pop ularity enabling him to seouro their iunited support at all times Charllo Cronan is another with no opposition in his race for the Sheriffs nomina iflan and with men of this caliber the Democrats need not tear Ilia- ticketiultimate outcome Ha the chosen by the Democratic voters in I the primary can surely be called the peoples choice OUR LADIES HOP Y ri On Monday evening May 12tkere- will be a large and happy gatKeriiirtl at Schreiber Hall Twentyslxtka iuidsj Bank street where the Hlbertilitat Ladies Auxiliary will hold tMr V first select calico hop to which they t Theocommittees arranging for this event are headed by Miss Emma Fisher Miss TUlle Cunlffe and fro John Waterman This very popularladles organization has been coming te the front rapidly and deserves crodGttgr- the active Interest manifested to- tCatholic affairs of the city Hikert mans and others who attend will spend an enjoyable evening CONCISE1 IRISH HISTORY People who desire to become thor oughly posted in Irish history with out much rton their own part shbul l secure a copy 9f tne3 just Issued by llatfltIs of the Syracuse Printing Company Mr fcaslj pr rrttjia the matter In catechJii Hforin wjtteh makes It not only atti Sbe bat easy to fix in ones mind Tke lilNua4 pr of the booklet iis given ofw to the natural hUtqry df Ireland There Are atflyaixI ages In the work Bpd therein consists itsI tfecHwa i It is theE klstorr of Ireland Ina jtuUkeM for tUe smaH sum of fifteen eantsr We eowwead fits ewellept booklet our readers ri- Y 1 Utf I PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second and Brecklarldge VOLUME XXXNO 18 SATURDAY MAY 3 1913 PRICE FIVE OZANAM k Yk A Yincentinns Religiously Observe the Centenary of Their f Founder Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue i ISays Pqntlfelal Muss nt tIV t Benedict Elder Tells Wonderful Qarccr of the Apostle of Charity MANY AT AFTERNOON MEETI- Nl t l no city in this country was there a more religious or sincere ob servance of the centenary of Fred eric Ozanam the modern apostle of charity and founder of the St Vin cent de Paul Society than in Louls vibe last Sunday Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue celebrated Pontifical high mass at the Cathedral which was attended by the conferences of all the churches in the city the mem bers receiving holy communion in a body The number of men present was exceedingly largo when it Is remembered that in several of the parishes the children of many were making their first communion thuu keeping a number away In the afternoon there was a large gathering In the Knights of Columbus Hall on Fourth avenue where the general memorial meeting was held President J J Caffrey occupied the chair Rev Father Donahue of the Cathedral the Spiritual Director offering the open ing pray r As this was a special meeting the reading of conference reports was dispensed with but President Caffrey enrolled a number of new members In receiving them as Vincentians he informed them that for their every act of charity there was a special indulgence and that for members of this society there are many spiritual benefits He was highly gratified to announce that through the Bishop the society had received 1000 from a generous donor whose name would be made known later He would only say the gift was the bequest of a lady who died some time ago who was acquainted It th wo of th Pa if t I icrences HeTnoped there were iotli- ets who would follow her good example President Caffrey then introduced Benedict Elder the attorney who for over an hour held his hearers spellbound as he told of the wonder ful career of Frederic Ozanam and his stupendous activities in every thing that made for the Catholic cause and charity His address was Indeed appreciated and at Its conclusion there was long continued applause Mr Elder said they were assembled to celebrate the centenary of one man out of millions who founded not a city or but loved God and his and today Vincentians were gath ered everywhere throughout the world to draw a lesson and Inspiration from his life and deeds The speaker dwelt on the history of the Ozanam family for seven centuries before the birth of Frederic which took place in Milan in 1813 while his father was succoring and serving I a scourged city Mr Elder dwelt at length upon the early life of Ozanam and the conditions then existing when the powers of shell were let loose ia France It was their founder who changed the atmosphere with a respect for Catholic truth and the beauty of the teachings of the church and its Eternal greatness Ozanam was educated for a lawyer he said and it was only that that 1prevented him from becoming a the founder of this great society had achieved marked distinction in his public career he was always a loyal Vincentian and persevering in his faith his sincerity compelling conviction Therefore 1it was that they should perpetuate the lives of men like Ozanam for the good they have done and the help rendered that made men purer and saved all for God Father Deppen Father Ratio Father FranciS ONeill 0 P and Father George Connor were callerI upon and in short responses de dared they were refreshed edified and rejoiced with the scholarly and finished address of Mr Elder which marked the day as a memorable oc ca lon They were encouraged with the spirit that permeated the day They were placing before the world ihft true ideal of Christian charity and It was a joyful thing to know that the future will bring forth the full realization of their hopes father Donahue was the last speaker and his every word was given the closest attention Ho encouraged the members and urged them to persevere in the work of their society and Increase its useful pass Altogether this was a day tha not a Vlncentlan present will eve forget ELUDES LEXINGTON POLICE Assistant Chief of Police Dennis McCarty was quietly married Monday c night to MlBS Beatrice Doyle at St Peters church in Lexington the Rev Father DeWfcgenaer officiating The bride te a daughter of Mrs Jan e Doyle 7SZ West Main street and ietef of the late James Doyle who ivas City Awewor for many yean j 1J jo r r Kf KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN The wedding was to have been Tues day but Capt McCarty put one overall his associates of the police and detective departments who had ar ranged to escort the newlywedded couple to the train with a brass band Chief of Police J Reagan who Jsabachelor said that he considered the action of the Assistant Chief In being married before his superior officer highly insubordinate The couple left on the train Immediately after the ceremony for a trip to Washing ton and New York WITH FLAG t American Pilgrims Receive Praise and Thanks at Vatican One hundred and twenty pilgrims goldG sented to Cardinal Merry del Val at the Vatican last Sunday by Bishop Kennedy rector of the American College in Rome The pilgrims arrived at the Vatican preceded by an American flag The Cardinal thanked them in the name of the Pope and expressed the Pontiffs regret to be unable to receive them The Cdrdlnal made the tour of the salon in order that the pilgrims might kiss his ring and presented each with a medal blessed by the Pope The Pope was permlted by his physicians to stand behind the window of his bedroom and watch- the pilgrims croslng the square o St Peters to enter the bronze door of tho Vatican for their reception The pilgrimage was presented at noon in the Ducal Hall Cardinal Merry del Val was surounded by a large suite Including Mgr Canali the substitute Secretary of State My affection for America Is deep said Cardinal Merry del Val Tim iInterest the Holy Father has in Is co great that If an exception coal be made so that he might receive anybody It would be made for you It Is of America that the Holy Father said on a memorable occasion That Is a land where true freedom 1is esteemed CHORAL UNIUNl Marcus Kellerman Conies to Assist at Orphans Benefitb The Catholic Choral Union Is to b congratulated upon securing the as atetatt+ otlbCacmta Cell 1aatWJaoJif Le etoA o I raora helfrMslivingl baritones He was formerly of the Berlin Royal Opera and since coming to this country he has toured with the New York Symphony Orches tra under Walter Damrosch the Min neapolis Symphony Orchestra and the St Paul Symphony Orchestra His appearance with the Boston the Theodore Thomas and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestras as well as theI organizations conscert and oratorio gained him uni1 versal commendation and established for him a reputation as great as that tbbrilliantthong Molengraft the Choral Union whenMndelsoshn atheSundaya proceeds of this master production liwillcent St Thomas and St Joseph Or phan Asylums MARY O GRAVES Many persons throughout the cit wore greatly grieved to learn of the GravesbelovedJ South Fifth street who died at St Wednesdayfollowing cltls Mrs Graves was beloved by a large circle of friends in this city who knew her as a woman of beautl J ful character cheerful disposition and kind sympathetic nature A member of the Cathedral parish Mrs Graves was ever zealous in the practice of her religion and a gen erous donor to every deserving char Ity She was before her marriage Miss Mary Hennessy and was born in this city Besides her husband she i leaves two daughters Lida and EthelI Graves and a wide circle of relatives i and friends Her funeral will take place this morning from the Cathe dral i WILL SEE Tire POPE Cardinal William H OConnell ofI Boston left Saturday for Rome on board the Canoplc of the White Star line He will see Pope Plus inspect work being done on his titular church San Clements and participate in celebrations of the sixteen hundredth anniversary of the Con stantino edict Very Rev Mgr Michael J Splalne administrator of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Dr J R Slattery of St Eliza beths Hospital accompanied him l7URCfTrThe annual parish candy pulling for the benefit of the Sacred Heart parochial schoo will be held Monday In the school hall at Seventeenth and Broadway For two weeks past the ladies of the congregation have been busy and they will make this the best candy pulling of the year Owing to the large number who will attend the afternoon will be for Ute children and night for their parent for all there will bft varied and pleasing attractions r1 y VS INTOLERANCE J f 7 Shameful Treatment oT Presby terian Minister by Ulster Orangemen iII Had Manliness and Courage to 4 Itefuse to Sign Ridiculous Cov A nltt 4 Protestants Who See Nothing to Fear From Home l IA 1 FELLOW CATHOLICS The bigotry and intolerance of the Ulster Orangemen Is well exemplified by the story of the Scots town Pres byterian affair as told by the Dun Balk Democrat It appears that the Presbyterian church at Scotstown County Monoghan has been served by a clergyman named Rev John Pattersonso far as we know a worthy minister of his church and no man has ventured to say other wise Some months ago onehalf his Scotsftand won in a body to the Orange hall where ever since these double dissenter- have assembled every Sunday morn- Ing l at the hour fixed for service in the church and held a service o their own to which it appears most of the church congregation event thoughecorn or In some way outraged the feel- Ings of his hearers But no The reverend gentlemans sole crime was that he had the manliness to re fuse to sign the notorious Orange covenantWe a lot of the Orangemans profesed love for civil and religious lliberty But here they deny to their own mlnlstar the right not even to assert political doctrines different from their but to refrain from endorsing the implied outrage upon feelings of his Catholic neigh ore contained in the covenant o from pledging himself against too I aka Up arms to resist home rule We Know many in Ilf 1cl11t ffWho are home rulesastheirw- ereforefathers We know many more who see nothing to fear in homo rule and rely upon the good sense of their Catholic fellow countrymen far more than upon the safeguards contained in the bill toIprotect them from any form of Injustice j not to say persecution We do not know even one who will as sert that he genuinely fears and such j event We have in mind the out declaration of a Presbyterian clergyman at the time the covII enant now almost forgotten was being used to work up bogus Union ist sentiment in Ulster That clergy man not a home ruler wrote to time Times that he and hundreds like him I fellowtcountrymen and were ashamed of Ii tits things said and done in the name of religion as they felt that the region I thus exhibited was not the religion that had made the men of Ulster what they had stood for In the past I The Rev Patterson Is entitled to J the approbation of every rlghWhlnk I jueticye I and of liberty toII wdisobeyCatholic neighbors unjustly or toII Join in the vain and foolish vapor ings of civil war and bloodshed toII which too many of his cloth allowed I themselves to be persuadedn I doubt against the better judgment ofII most of them Those members of his congregation who have take h such extraordinary means to punts him for his manly and Christian stand have unwittingly done public Ij decency a service by showing the intolerant jj spirit of Orangemen and the true interpretation to be placed upon civil and religious liberty as under stood and desired by them Rev Patterson took part in the united Ulster day service In iBallln i ode parish church but when the time for signing the covenant arrived he refused to do BO On the next Sun day by way of protest almost malt of the congregation left when he com menced the ordinary service in his own church Since then special services have been eonductedl each i Sunday at the same time as the church services by one of the elders of the congregation In Wattsbridge Orange Hall BENEFIT MUSICALE Next Friday night a benefit mull cale will be given in the Clifton Thea ter the proceeds of which will be for the benefit of St Frances of Rome church of which Rev Father White Is pastor An Interesting and artistic programme will be presented by some of Louisvilles best musical talent and those who are present will be delighted with time evenings entertainment and help a food cause The programme will be under the direction of Mrs J J Donahue PEEPS UP STRIDE Vice President Thomas Lynch of Division 4 A 0 H demonstrated evening that he has sot lost his pace in securing applicants for rUN f r w membership the following being turned in by the noble old Roman of Division 4 Thomas Doyle R T Burns J W Brady William and Phil Broderick President John Hennessy obligated Patrolman Pat OHearn who later irijthe evening epoke on the splendid traternlty of the A O H Hon MJ McDermott delivered a short talk on the merger ordinance which was recently approved by the General Council and Pat ODonnell delivered a few remarks on economy Pat McGuire was reported as improving but is still confined to Sts Man and Eliza beth Hospital from his recent in jury PRIZE COURT Will Have Record Break ing Docket For Next Week J11 The Prize Court Inconnection with tho euchre and lottq to be given next Thursday and Friday in the school hall at Thirteenth and Market streets for the benefit of St willecorded in Louisville For the past month the ladles of the congregation have been preparing for this event and every detail has been carefully arranged Tickets are being sold at twentyfive cents and with each is a coupon that may be worth 250 in gold and gives the holder a standing tandcourt The prize court Isa new novel method of entertainment Forsyears the ladles of St Patricks have been earnest workers for all charity nowfthat they are helping Father Cronin in the work of building a tine school they feel justified in calling upon their frlneds for assistance REAL TREAT Trinity Council Appreci I ated Lecture of Father ONeill OP Members of Trinity Council eu joyed a rent intellectual retreat Mon day night when Rev rands ONeill of ft Louis Bertrunds the eloquen missionary and forjSer professor at the Catholic Collegejat Columbus de Itol quent lectures ever pllvered within tle walk of rrhllfouncl1 and the force with which Iifllfas imparted can t 5 sign on the minds of those who heard it The members feel highly grate ful to Father ONeill and hope that It will not be long until they may again have the opportunity of hear ing him Next Monday night as a special order the question of the addition to the club house will be jfurther discussed the Building Com titles having received from the architect the plans specifications and bids for the proposed work jresident Eckort occupied tho chair and all the routine business was disfposed of at an early hour ROSLE n Hunnucii One of the most interesting of tthe spring weddlnge was solemnized with nuptial mass Wednesday morn- Ing at St Marys church on Eighth street when Edward JBosler led to tthe altar Miss IFlora Marie Hubbuch The altar and sanctuary were banked with plants and flowers and with the myriad lights presented an MaymeHubbucll BoslertheNestermannho mony was the celebrant of the groomhaveInI offriendsalongImmedlatelyafternewlywedded Chwillbesummerrelldenc sumtor MARYS MONTH The devoted faryanda cl1Utehestheref InherLouis Bertrand the May devotionsiare always introduced with solemn isplendor Tomorrow afternoon there will take place the annual May day procession of the church sodalities and societies presenting one of the most lueautlful and impressive sights of the year At the Cathedral St Anthonys St Patricks Sacred Heart St Charles and the other churches there will be the usual1 May processions and solemn services NATIONAL DELEGATE Col Joseph Po McGinn will leave next week for Washington to attend the triennial national convention of the Catholic Knights of America as Supreme Delegate from Kentucky The convention will open on May 1 and be in session for five days Ken tucky will also be represented by Col Peter Manion of Henderson Supreme President Gaudin has placed Col McGinn on the Commit tee on Official Reports the other members being Rev W J Howlett of Colorado DrF JKelleher of Texas Joseph F Kieffer of Penn sylvania and A W Oem not Ten assess Delete returning Delegate McGinn will visit the Ewtern cat ea METHODIST7 r Minister Who Thanks God For and Respects the Catholic Church Honors Stand Against Divorce and Evils That Disgrace America Its Presence Knahles All to Sleep With Feeling of Petite nnd Security THE DEFENDER OF THE BIBLE In the Chicago InterOcean of recent date sermonbyD D LL D who Is said to be the most widely known Methodist minis StJamesg other things Dr Mitchell said- I have long since come to that pojnt in my religious experience where I can not clo other than lov exaltsthethinkItgracehenthe churches and finds much to admire and like In denominations other than his own I want to tellyou this morning some of the things which I like in other churches tImRomanallegiancetoe of Its leaders ever question the dolt believese oftimewish that it would send its children to the public schools while at the churchesthe1 emphasisI the purity of the home life and the ThankGodi clear protest against the cheap di v mills ourAmerican thebuilding forItsmostre lto co ndita ttit battle agaInst modernism for ttfe stemtheI especially thank God for the stand that church takes In this land against anarchy on the one hand and otherWhenmaSSQSlofcities which we Protestants never havebeenGodfordoestouchInfluence vagaries of the Impracticable Social l destructivetrndencles I to sleep afirmerRomanCnihnitc KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN The several commanderles of thenights of St John of Louisville strongest soietythertwentyseventhand nextMondayreception dance This is always a popular event in Catholic fraternal society circles and the drills of the various crack commanderles will be well worth witnessing The Knights will appear In their new uniforms and will be under the command of ot Breen and staff COMES TO UNVEIL ALTAR Antonio de Navarro husband of the great actress Mary Anderson arrived in New York last Saturday morning on board the Celtic of the White Star line to unveil tho memorial altar at St Patrick a InI1 Navarro and his brother Alphonao will be dedicated on May C It cost 25000 and was after designs made by Henry Brown who designed tho Lincoln Memorial in Washington D C Mr de Navarro said that his wife was In the best of health and also the children She wished to accompany him on the trip but clr cumstances prevented her doing so ENTERS NEW FIELD Thomas 3 Dolan Councilman from the Twelfth ward for many yenta with time Speed Cement and Lime Company has engaged in the insurance business having accepted the position of special agent of the New York Life Insurance Company 3cslth offices in the Paul Jones build Ing Councilman Dolan has a legion of friends who predict his suttee and will old him in his new field HONOR IRISH TENOR The Irish and Roman Catholic organizations nf New York City gave a reception at Aeolian Hall Sunday night to Thomas Egan the Irish t nor Prominent members of the Ancient Order of HibernianI ft J a Knights of Columbus and Society helped to arrange the titIJames J Regan President of Ancient Order of Hibernians cam from St Paul for the occasion The patrons Included Cardinal Farley Joseph 1 C Clarke the Rev W Wallace Denis A Spelllssy Dr Gertrude B Kelly Dr Francis J Quinine and Col Louis D Conloy STIRRED Father Felten GivesYoung Men an Earnest Talk There was a good attendance at the meeting of Mackin Council last Monday night when the membersa were stirred by the earnest and f lranclsFeltenchurch and chaplain of the council In plain but forceful language Father Felten told the young men tho way they should go pointing out the duty they owe God and their country He also laid strong emphasis on the necessity or attendance at meetings and participation in the dIscussion of all matters pertaining to the future welfare of the V M I Memorial resolutions on the death of Joseph Bartsch were adopted and an engrossed copy ordered sent his fam- Ily President Adams announced that ree ceived and that those on the sick list were improving Before several members spoke In terms of the initiation and banquet and the excellent work of Attorney Robert T Burke and Dan J Hennessy and the committee that made the arrangements PEACHES thye intoelIon T J Gaughan a prominent attorney of Camden Ark and a great admirer and staunch supporter of his fellow townsman Judge Hays for Governor was one of the princi pal speakers at the recent Knights of Columbus banquet given in LiUle Rock Mr Gaughan related many Interesting things among which was the story of how a little act trifling In itself changed his whole career and the career of others and made of him his mother his brothers and his nine children all Catholics When I was a lad In my teens said Mr Gaughan my father had as Ji j s guests two distinguished gan listen 1 h Ie tl1eseVls mg gen e men and my father were enjoying a pleasant conversation I went out and gathered a basket full of fine ripe peaches and gave them to my father and his guests The peaches seemed to be greatly relished by the visitors and as they ate them they naturally thought of the giver and thisI prompted one of them to say to my father This Is a promising looking youngster Why dont you send him to school My father answered their question by asking another WhereI shall I send him Then one of the gentlemen spoke up and said Send him where my friend and I went to school It was agreed that this should be done and as a consequence t was sent to St Josephs Bards town lKyf where I learned of the Catholic religion and became a Cath olic I often think It was a lucky thing for me and my family that I gave those men a basket of peaches NOTHING IN RUMORS In reply to a question as to a rumor that the Irish Parliament could not return to the old Parlia ment House in College Green John Redmond said You may be quite certain that there is nothing whatever In these rumors You may beI sure that the universal sentiment Iin Ireland would insist on the Parlia ment going back there It is eat din that the building is not quite convenient for modern parliamentary use Even if It were not the ties of memory and tradition would be too strong to be broken No Irishman would dream of having his Parlia ment anywhere else SPAGHETTI SUPPER The ladles of St Charles Borromeo congregation will serve a spaghettii supper for their friends Monday evening from 5 to 8 oclock in St Charles Hall Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets which promises to be a treat for those who partake of it In addition the ladles will entertain with a euchre and lotto part the games to be called at 230 and 8 oclock Tickets are twentyfive cents and good for either games or supper FORMING COLORED PARISH With the assistance of Rev John T OConnell administrator of the diocese and pastor of the Cathedral the colored Catholics of Toledo Ohio are forming a parish in that city Bishop Schrembs has approved the movement Until a priest is a signed them the colored people will have the use of the Cathedral chapel RETREAT AT ACADEMY The Rev Father Alphonsus C P of the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road conducted the spir flush retreat that opened Monday morning and closed on Ascension n Thursday at the Sacred Heart Re treat in Crescent Hill The retreat was given for time pupils of that splendid educational Institution for glrU and young WOJtl eA r n- J I EAT ROSA BREAD UN1QN MADE Labels Redeemabl at Kirbys I and IOe Store LOUISVILLE CENTS Cathedral governmentb Rule- Increasing TRUSTTHEIR Presbyterians complimentary aenI aa- s I Being Circulated in Great Num berg by Prospective Demo erntlcCiu dilates it Have Sixty Days From Today in Which to Secure Voters Signatures Legislative U ButSmallComplyI With Law STRONG DEMO CRAPIC TICKET Petitions for a placeJ otnprlbe fday na Colsthe law Which day under cir beculatedcandidates willbegin hustling today for the requisitenumber of signatures before the bulkof signers thoseobtainedsupportersnominationpaper I togfor that particularcandidate givensixtytosecurehayIng areubjectthe CornmonwealtlcThe candidates for the county offices in order necessary havetothe candi dates for tosecurecandidates cityatdistrict will have to proportOI1timeFortyfifthonly need to secure about fiftyfour signers the Fortx sixth district can FortyseventhdlJtrlct eight the Fortxelghth district can gigots about seventy the Forty flftyCourtwenty this being the Tenth ward a iFlftyflrsttills being the Eleventh and Twelfth wards UI Bourse UUOITIF u are based on the Democratic end the primary the only Interest thus partytbeRepublicans being centered on the fight between the Herald and the Post as to a probable Fusion ticket the wily Editor Knott becoming more frantic dally as he realizes there Is no chance for him or his organ to tag into either party On tho other hand the Herald despairing of reviving the fast dying Progressive party is now agitating the suffragette question with the hope of securing this fad element to boost the Progressive cause As predicted In these columns several months ago Dr John II Buschemeyer will have no opposition for the Democratic nomination and very little in November Judging from the present outlook we expect some of the Republican or Progressive brethren to rise and offer a mo tion to make his election unanimous Our other best bet Scott Bullitt has fulfilled our predictions and will have no opposition for the nomina tion for County Attorney to succeed himself although many of the boys In the trenches had hoped to see him aspire higher his personal pop ularity enabling him to secure their united support at all times Charlie Cronan is another with no opposition his race for the Sheriffs nomina tion and with men of this caliber the Democrats need not fear the ultimate outcome fie tho ticket chosen by the Democratic voters in the primary can surely be called the peqples choice OUR INDIES HOP On Monday evening May iV there will be a large and happy gathering at Schreiber Hall Twentyflixth atid Bank street where the Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary will hold their first select calico hop to which they cordially Invite their friends Thercommittees arranging for this event are headed by Miss Emma Fisher JohnyWaterman This very popularladles organization has been coming to the front rapidly and deserves credit foe the active interest manifested In Catholic affairs of the city Hiber flans and others who attend will spend an enjoyable evening CONCISE IRISH HISTORY People who desire to become thor oughly posted in Irish history with partsshould secure a copy of the gjrk juat issued by Harvey Ca wprotI the Syracuse Printing aR iElibU hng Company Mr Cassld s arrased the matter in catechig form which makes it pot only attractive but easy to fix in ones mind The lewnid part of the booklet Is given over to the natural history of Ireland There are fiftysix pages In the work and therein consists its effectiveness It is the complete history of Ireland In a nutshell for the small sum of flfteeneentslWe eoameafl this excellent booklet to our readers I KENTUOKY RISH AltIERIOAN KENTUCKY I I IRISH MERIGflN 1pused to the iodaiandl c orllll idvancrmement ol Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indurted by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mans Institute and Catholic Knights of America a AINTUCKY IHI8H AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY D- eeebnd at the Utulo III oitaHIca n So Claoa flatUr I4dreu all Coamunkitlon to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oren SL UNION TRADES LAafL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 3 1913 I II IOlK PIUS WELL I The latest advices from Rome are that Pope Plus X has completely recovered from his recent illness Wednesday the Holy Father descended from his department to the floor below where his general audiences are held EXlLAXATOUY In mentioning the visit of the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue D D f4 to the Convent of the Good Shepherd DJI Sunday April 20 it was lath vertantly stated that this was the first time the Right Reverend Bishop had officiated at an important event In this convent What was intended was to say that this was the most Important event that the Bishop had participated In in this convent since he has been In Louisville The facts that Bishop ODonaghue has evinced great Interest in the work of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd since he first came to Louisville and had been there on several occasions previous to April 20 MISSION A FAILURE The amended alien land law which passed the California Senate laai Tuesday makes It Impossible for an allen Ineligible to citizenship to hold real property in that State For law has attracted some time the proposed widespread attention iIn diplomatic circles and was regarded as of such Importance by President Wilson and the State Department as la require the sending of Secretary of State Bryan to Sacramento on a special mission Secretary Bryan held conferences with the Governor and the Legislature but they appear to have been barren of results I SIZED HER RIGHT Mrs Philip Snowden the English suffragette who spoke Sunday night In the Fourth avenue Methodist urch was not very complimentary of America or Americans She descended to the level of the com monest politician and denounced Hon Henry Watterson editor of the CourierJournal as a liar but did not specify In what manner and challenged the brilliant editor to a Joint debate When Editor Wat Y screens attention was called to the challenge he tartly replied I can imagine no greater waste of time than a battered old man and a silly old woman bandying words across a broomstick IIII Which shows he had this notoriety seeker sized up right And we might remark this was a queer use to be made of a church POLITICS AND RELIGION Our Catholic contemporaries have I been devoting much apace discussing I the political situation and President Wilsons appointments They are correct when they contend that Catholics who are candidates for office it they have the proper quail fications should not be dependent entirely on the votes of Catholics On the other hand the latter should not refuse to vote for nonCatholics It they are known to be honest and competent Just because they are not members of the church Popularity with the voters is seldom biased by reason of religion In the matter of appointments from the highest In the land to the lowest in the city Catholics consistently demand that N the circumstance of religion must not In itself constitute a bar When President Taft made White Chief Justice of the Supreme Court he was no more moved by the consideration or religion than was President Cleveland when he gave the same learned Senator from Louisiana a place oh the bench than was Mc ofcthe Cabinet was made a Justice of the Supreme Court Catholics are honored in that from their body are taken such worthy and capable men but further than that they have no more interest in these selections hair have other citizens Joseph Patrick Tumulty and exGov Burke owe their appointments to their personal qualifications and to no desire to single out Catholics for office within the gift ot President Wilson I In proportion to their numbers t Cttthollce are on the whole but poorly represented In the official lift ot our country The conduct of Catholics in achieving and malntaln 1e American liberty what they hate done in the put and what they are thing In the present sa Americ- anelttiaiisf an open book That pre Muite a glorious reoerd Tke State Is it 1DptetJOeI tthtlteetrhYJDrf for Its object the temporal welfare and prosperity of Its citizens 1 In legitimately striving for this object It is within its sovereign domain Us efforts should be supported by the subjects of the Government and no outside interference Is to be brooked The Catholic church is In the world to teach what is of divine authority In faith and morals that soul iy may enjoy eternal life In heaven The best Catholic Is the best citizen Every one who can should con tribute to the Young Mens Hebrew Association building fund This is a anIwillII j 1 I No matter who you are give some thing to this deserving organization This is the first public appeal of our Jewish friends and there should be a generous response Remenjber that Trinity Sunday falls on May 18 this year You know what that means dont you Your Easter duty must be made by that time Three hundred and seventythree Catholic churches built In tho United States last year speak well for the growing religious spirit of our coun tryThe end of the scholastic year IIs drawing near Only a few weeks more and the sweet girl graduate will be with us again The Ascension day services in the Catholic churches throughout the city were marked by the attendance of large numbers of our people Pope Pius was born June 2 1835 In Rlcse Italy I RECENT DEATHS The funeral of John N Goodwin who died Tuesday at his home G69 South Thirtyfifth street was held yesterday morning from Holy Cross church For many years he was with N rand afterward employed by the daily patters ot this city In their ineclni ca departments He was a widower and is survived by one married daughterPatrick J Stevens a respected member of St Pauls parish died last Tuesday following an illness contracted over a year ago leaving a wife and seven children to mourn his death Deceased was a Govern ment employe on the Louisville and Portland canal and was fortysix years old His funeral was held Roil St Pauls church Thursday afternoon Miss Mary McDermott thirtytwo years old widely and highly es teemed was called to receive the reward of an exemplary life Monday morning at Sts Mary anti Elizabeth Hospital Miss McDermpt was a saleswoman in the New York dry goods store and had been ill but a short time She Is sruvlved by a sis ter Miss Katie McDermott with whom she made her home at 537 East Broadway and one brother John McDermott engineer at the State Capitol in Frankfort Her funeral took place Wednesday morn ing from St Charles church and was largely attended PARISH BENEFIT The Enterprise Club of this city will glvo a euchre and lotto party at the Catholic Womans Club West Walnut street for tle benefit of the parish attached to the Sacred Heart Retreat next Tuesday afternoon and evening May 6 A large and hand rome assortment of handsome awards has been collected and an enjoyable time is promised to all The members of the club hope that all friends of the Passionlst fathers will be on hand to make this entertainment a gigantic success Games will begin in tho afternoon at 230 and In the ironing at 8 oclock All are Invited and asked to bring their friends GREAT MILITARY DRAMA On Monday and Tuesday nights May 12 and 13 the Cecllian Dramatic Club composed of the best amateur talent in the West End will give a high class presentation of the stirring military drama of the civil war The Midnight Charge at St Cecilias Hall On the preceding Sunday afternoon there will be a tree performance for the children of the parish The hall has been reo modeled and enlarged and equipped with a new stage new scenery and new chairs There will be twenty two people in the cast under the direction of A H Peterworth PRIZE WAMZERS I At the dance of the Columbia Social Club on Tuesday eV nlngat Trinity Hall Miss Irene Gallagher and William P Hennessy were warded first prize for1Mlirig the fflott graceful couple lathe Kali The Judgee of the contest were Martin Teener John T Barry William Schott Martin Midge and Ward Aud I Wf Y I SOCIETY 1 Mica Louise Dant was last week the guest of friends at Springfield Miss Mdyme Tonef of Deer Park Is on a three weeks visit to Toronto Canada Miss Viola Sweeney of South Louisville has been spending a week with relatives In Nashville Miss Ella Mooney of South Louis vine was last week the guest of Mrs J J Mooney In South Louisville Miss Marie OBrien returned thet first of the week after a ten days sojourn at French Lick Springs Mrs Jesse McDermott of Bellevus Ohio arrived here Saturday for a visit with her mother Mrs J T Devine Mrs James OConnell and Mrs M Lanahan of the Highlands were recent guests of lrsE Biven iat Parkview Miss Julia Burns and Misses Margaret and Mary Finegan were guests of Miss Susie Coxs house party I inl Mlddletown last week Mrs Mike Coughlln South Louis rile entertained at dinner on Thursday of last week for Harry Doerr and wife of Portland avenue Mr and Mrs Frank C Pilson andl children have given up their flat on Fifth street and are now with their mother Mrs James McBride G A Atzlnger 1C14 Prentice street arrived home Saturday from the South suffering from dropsy his condition being regarded critical Misses Mary and Regina Bowling have retnrned from New Haven where they visited their cousins Misses Lucille and Katherine Green well Mr and Mrs William J Connelly returned Wednesday from their bridal tour and have gone to house keeping at 427 North Twentieth street Mrs John Burke and daughter Eleanor are home from Cloverport where they attended a family reunion at the home of Mr and Mrs W H Bonner Mica Mary Higgins has returned toI her home at North Vernon Ind after a pleasant visit to her brother R A Higgins and Mrs Higgins Westminster Court A Montedonlco and wife Thomas J Batman and Michael J Brennan were among those from this city who are seeking rest and recreation at West Baden Springs Louisville people who sailed from New York last Saturday for extended tr s in Fr1rope wprp o1 DU1 tr Charles P Dehler Mr arid Mrs Vic tor Lorch Sirs Corlnne Lorch and Mrs T L Solger The Young Mens Social Club will give another of their select dances at Utopian Hall next Thursday even Ing The Committee of Arrangements are M Mullaney M Hogan G Alvey R Burns E McKiernan L Walsh and L P Reilly Mrs Mary T Barrett who fell last week at her home 822 East Main street and sustained painful bruises is still confined to her room While her Injuries were more serious than at first thought It Is hoped that she will have fully recovered within another week Miss Emma Kanslnger entertained the members of Our Own Club Tues day evening at her home 2238 West Jefferson street The following members were present Misses Olivia Wempe Lillie Steler Mary Hit linger Josephine Zaepfel Rosalie Wempe Josephine Hittlnger Mamie Steler Adele Wempe Mathilda Steier and Emma Kanslnger Mr and Mrs John Lubbers will leave tomorrow morning for New York from where they will sail about May 10 for Germany where they will be the guests of relatives In Oldenherg and during their stay abroad will visit France and Switzerland Several receptions were given In their honor this past week and their many friends wish them bon voyage Mr and Mrs Herman Kreps of 629 East Chestnut street will cele brato their silver wedding annl versary tomorrow with a high mass at St Boniface church Mr Kreps Is connected with the Frank Fehr Brewing Company and is well known throughout the city A host of friends extend congratulations and hope tho worthy couplo may live to celebrate their golden jubilee Mr and Mrs Harry W Woodring j gave a house warming Monday even- Ing at their home on Thirtieth street The following were presant Misses Iolet Buzan LOrena Detchen Olivia Wempe Rosalia Wempe Adele Wompe Emma Nurre Mattie Wolf Angela Huber Messrs Ray mond Stengel Henry Connelly John Connelly Lambert Huber Lawrence Huber Arthur Stuart Albert Schwlnd Bernard Huber and Messro and Mesdames Morris Kelly Peter Huber Roy Grimm Vernon Rose and Harry Wpodrlng LONG EUROPEAN TRIP Miss Mary Swift and Miss Mary Riley two popular young ladles of Maysville will leave today for a tour of Europe They will be gone about six months FORTY HOURS PRAYER Forty flours J AugUI1tiDesl way baglning with the high HUM tomorrow morning and concluding I TupsdAy Jlef Francis FelUn the J i ONE DOLLAR a month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this tection proII pastor will conduct the impressive and beautiful services for which exI tilt preparations have been made and Will be assisted by many of the local clergy TAY PAY Says the Home Rule right Must Go On to Its Finish In his weekly cablegram from London Hon T P OConnor M P says the danger of a snap division still threatens the Liberals but apparently there is little danger at the moment as the Liberal attendance has become larger and more regular while the depression in the Tory ranks finds eloquent evidence in the sparseness of their numbers in the House of Commons Few allusions were made during the week to home rule beyond a few sputtcrings about a coming civil war by Orange spokes men and a denial by Sir Edward Carson of rumors that he favored a compromise Nobody ever suggested any such reasonable attitude by him and apparently the fight must go to a finish Nobody now doubts that home rule will pass Into law next year but there is little prospect of Its coming before agitation in favor of some form of compulsory military service makes someprogress among the military Jingo classes b SILVER JUlllLEE The silver Jubilee of the ordination of the Rev Father Berreshelm pas tor of Holy Trinity church Kentucky and Dupuy streets will occur on Tuesday May 13 Holy Trinity is a flourishing congregation and its members have begun preparation and will celebrate the jubilee with Im pressivo solemnity Father Berres helm Is a popular priest and his labors In Louisville have been marked with phenomenal success EUCHRE AND LOTTO The ladles of St Louis Bertrands church will entertain with a euchre and lotto next Friday afternoon and evening at Bertrand Hall the after noon games to be called at 230 and tho evening games at 8 oclock An extra number of handsome and valu able prizes have been secured All who attend are certain to enjoy the games and spend a most pleasant afternoon and evening HACK HOME SAFE Col Matt J Wlnn and Judge Charles F Price who have been on a trip to Europe landed safely in New York on Wednesday morning and will arrive In Louisville tonight 9thi1 1 P t ttlp aW re greatly benefited by the ocean voyage I APPEALS FOR SISTERS I At a meeting held In a French city for the prpose of protesting against the expulsion ot the Little Sisters of the Assumption there were mosteffectivethem all was a laborer who said Some months ago I had an attack of typhoid fever My wife con tracted the malady too as did my two children One of the Little Sisters came to our home and nursed us for weeks Wo are all well now but the Little Sister Is dead I have nothing more to say I ANOTHER SISTER HEROINE I The Dayton flood like all great flood disasters produces its heroines Sister Helen of Notre Dame Con vent in North Dayton rescued seventy endangered persons by throwing a rope from the convent window and hauling them to safety The Sister worked with great spirit and her hands were lacerated by the jerks of the rope- OALilEY ABBEY Caldey Island South Wales the home of the Anglican monks who recently embraced Catholicism was for a thousand years monastic property broken only by Henry VIII when it became secular property Caldey Abbey was founded by Celtic monks in the year 450 Among the great names connected with It are thoseof St Iltyd St Arthur St Paul of Leon and St Gltdas The high altar at Caldey Monastery Is built principally of stones taken from the ruined religious houses of Great Britain and Ireland LATEST IN STYLES Hemp continues to be the favorite hat malterial Lace trimmed gjoves are an inter estlng novelty Colors in the now silks are brighter and brighter A few plaited skirts are seen In the tailored suits The new warp print ribbons have Hark rich grounds Bright green and cerise are much used In silk hosiery There is a tendency to the long ivalst lines this season The surplice line Is followed in many of the new blouses Striped tub silks are used for many of the new kimonos Voile most WOrn havelace patterns and are in black and white Wllth lingerie and black satin gowns bright green hose are worn The new hats are trimmed with rich ribbons in tall loops like wings Flat brimmed sailors with a banded i stiff little bunch of flowers are nelCheck nwtermtala in gay colors J are to be combined with plain material Ine sleeveless Jaeket has taken a permanent place In the new faahlons U TRANSYLVANIA t 1 ECOE N Canada tenl Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building Mens- and Youths Purewool Suits with 2 Pairs Pa of tsII Our exclusiveII 10Equal to Two Suits for the price of one Blue Serges fancy Cheviots and neat Cassimeres LEVYS 1 THIRD AND MAR- KETTHE I PATRIOTShoe lIs a better Shoe than you have been paying 500 for Prove it by compari son Snug style and ser vice youll find in every pail SUTTSONIncorporated TWO STORES 318 W MARKET ST Between Third and Fourth 214 W MARKET ST Between Second and Third SAVEYOUR TEETH AND MONEY I have decided to continue these special prices for this month FULL PLATE S4OO GOLD CROWN8300PO- RCELAIN CROWN 300 BRIDGE WORK8300 dentistMaterialguaranteedtell you in advance just what your Impressiontakensame da- yDR FORESTNERDIDPTTIEBT 458 SOUTH FOURTH ST OVER TAYLORS DRUG STORE NEAR WALNUT Office hours 8 to 8j Suudays 0 to 1 Lady attendant PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NIW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DAZES fOR Picnic SocialsOutings This beautiful Park has been greatly Improved and is furnished with perfect i meat throughout Societies wad managementofHARRY Assistant cQatractsjj wCIS I LOUISVILLE LODGE NO5 I Louisville Lodge No5 Loyal Or The initiation fee of Louisville der of Moose gives 7 a week Lodge for a short time is 5 Later 25 Examination 1 You shouldsickness or accident 100 funeral 20freeWALDO KENNEDY and families Dues 75c per monthA National Director For Moose free University free 604 Kentucky Title Building Tuberculosis Sanitarium free Home Telephone Home City 2023 P O for Aged and Infirm only 25c quar Box 350- Officeterly No assessments Nonsec open day and evening Wel tartan Nonpolitical conic to one and all ws rw tNa1hN Ntifrsstis f e tltrNN 1tK S ur THE H B W STORE Should be in the mind of every house keeper when they need Carpets Rugs and Draperies iiOu Market street location makes it possible to i sell the Highest Class Goods at most moderate prices We know that you can do better at our store if you look for good merchandise J r iHubbuch Bros Wellendorff fi 522524 WEST MARKET STREET Htsa wwwsHwHw s 0lNbNNNN 1tNtNONNiHiN ii ErOR x00 i ss 6fAxi- 3A1r i MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South OvelOMtlO OdeiNOta01 ra Iim The Last Dollarllll 1m That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a I- WI SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED n n twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR mt I f thefJ 11Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place L Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m ilifif iKODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING tdwaat 941 letbnvnf loultrllJi BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Iiy IIIfJll 1 4 I t ar rT7r h gENTUCKY Lt 1fxJIi CAa rL HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 198 X BARRETTS SONSi FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS s s East ltIain Street MaiMXKCSctCTp I THOMAS KEENAN I Funeral Director and Embalmer I i TELEPHONE CITY 365 Allcalls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREET Q II HIGran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET1- 1L TELEPHONE 810 It t f t t t t t t t t t t t 1 f D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT 1 l DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Antwtrtd Promptly Day er NlgblI 1231 ST MARKET STREETL t + ttfttrrt OL- DFORTUNABOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COw 7 1I2fOORPORATinDISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS t + FIRE WIKES OHAMsoNE t ALLKOliR I 345 West Green Street t ZJQUOK t noan tWiIi 4JJ H x t i DR J T CHAWKIi 1 i ts I Veterinary s Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET t TelepbewiCnrt S 299i Nose City 2399 2 EF lptaiAN0i0tww r4r r All the late and sow Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see usFOR IIFOR A LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor go to WM F MAYER 413 W MARKET ST CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cer TSIrd and Green Sti We famish the home com plate M easy payments JJWM CALLAfMAN Mgr Sues Sqlr l t HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers KIO FEHR AVENUETelephone 1022 EXPERT PIANO TUNING t AND REPAIRING Voicing Action Regulating I 1 Prof Walter Klaussner 403 SOUTH SECOND Home Phone City 71J 5 JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELER I Watches Diamonds 346 E Market St HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ALL WORK ARANTEED HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal en In Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies MiMtcially J Pearl of NelsonPOLLED IN BOND Tlll iiiM liit 114 MXTN S7WKT j I ii NFNNNNH4MNNNNN HN NN4- NNN l NN MN i NN NNNN i il N NOeNO N NNN NOiN I IHGfOURTM NMNj I I Advance Sale of Wash Goods JJ- h j 1 and Linens ii- II ii i i Come In and See These New Materials We if Know the Prices Are Low i Ii New White and Colored Wash IEarlyIi iiIMPORTED WHITE RA inches wide with borders this sea t11TINE40 popular styles i regu i 5eii t and Crepe Voiles with ratine borders values up to II 139 special per yard 98C WHITE VOILEWith neat ratine stripe 38 inches wide i Splendid weight and quality usually sells at 98c spe TR ff cial per yard e JL IMPORTED ENGLISH i VOILESIn all the new stripes and checks designs and colorings regular 35c qualities special per yard tJ e C COLORED NUB RATINES In all the plain colorings also white with colored and drawn borders values up to OK 119 special per yard OcH e o e It 0 e o e e HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Auxiliary 4 of Minneapolis re celved fifteen young ladles into mem bership last week Division 3 will meet Monday night and it is intimated that the session will bo an interesting one Division 5 of Soraersworth N Ht has initiated fortyone new members since the beginning of the year Division 1 meets Tuesday night and the business is so important that not one member should be absent Members of the order should attend the calico hop of the Ladles Auxiliary at Schrelbers Hall on Mon day May 12 The Massachusetts State Board forwarded to the State President of Ohio 5000 for the relief of the flood victims in that State Ladles Auxiliary 3 of Indianapolis gave a benefit concert Sunday night in St Patricks Hall giving the proceeds to the flood sufferers For the benefit of the Ladles Aux iliary a play preceded by a musical programme and followed by dancing was given Monday night in Toledo OhioNext Wednesday night the Ladies Auxiliary will meet at Falls City Hall A large attendance is looked for to hear the reports that will bd read Every division In Minnesota con tributed generously to the call for the relief for those who suffered by the recent floods In Ohio and In diana Division 3 of Buffalo gave a sue cessful entertainment and dance Tuesday night the receipts front which will be used to furnish one or more rooms in the new convent erected in St Nicholas parish FEDERATION The May meeting of the Federa tion of Catholic Societies will be held next Thursday night at the Catholic Womans Club on Walnut street be tween Sixth and Seventh At this questionIWIlland in addition there will be quite an amount of business to transact President Qana calls upon all dele gates to be present 1 CONFIRMED Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville confirmed a class of 160 children Thursday even Ing at St Cecilias church IIn the presence of a largo congregation The children will receive their first communion there on Sunday morn Ing May 18 SHELBYYILIiK Mrs Dan OLeary gave a most successful social and euchre for the benefit of the Church of the An nunciation of which Rev Father John Riley is pastor on Friday night of last week at her home in Shelbyyille The public was Invited and In response there was a splendid attendance and a neat sum realized CENTRAL COMMITTEEl The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will hold Its monthly meeting at St Marys Hall next Friday night Ar rangements will be then completed for the reunion and outing to beheld ondayIattend n Longcloths and Soft Nainsooks ENGLISH LONGCLOTH Chamois finish j3e 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 Q i V piece yJU4t V SOFT FINISH ENGLISH NAINSOOK Beautiful quality and finish 36 inches wide 12 yards to the piece 198 quality special po h f piece 1M 40 INCH SEA ISLAND SOFTFINISH NAINSOOK Usually sails at 239 fpr 2 70perFINE EGYPTIAN SOFT FINISH NAINSOOKFull 40 inches wide for fine under garments and infants wear usually sells at 275 ft special piece 2 25 o o o otllosoeao o oooso o1aoe oeewo eo oNNs SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O iiD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas W Tarpy Vice President Daniel McCarthy Recording SecretarYWalter Cu IckFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far reUTreasurerThom Keeaan SergeantatArrja Henry McDer mottr fc SentinelJohn JCeane DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentlne1Thomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice PresidentJohn M Maloney Recording SecretarYJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes Blon Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PNsldentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J anganRecording Secretary John J larryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far eliSentinelM J McDermott Y AOL I MAOIQN COUNT 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Frank G Adams First Vice President Goo Thorn tonSecond Vice PresidentJohn J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry T Kibbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Fred Schaler Jnslde Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside Sentinel Frank E Orat r IT your boys as dneaMon that win preptri tfeua tot 111 ST XAVIERS COLLEQfc 119 W Broadway ItoularUlc X7 Conducted bjr the Xaverlan Brothers ClMlcal Scientific and Badness Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pod wen EQuipped Oyrrma alum Terms Modraa Wro Jams nIp SEEKS TRUE FAITH Miss Nancy Lelshman daughter of the American Ambassador to Germany will be received Into the Cath olic church previous to her marriage to the Duke de Cray of Belgium CATHOLIC CHURCH BUILDING The Catholic of the United State built 373 church last year an average of more than one a day Their estimated cost is figured a 7500000 C r- r 3 Readymade Sheets and Pillowcase- sHEDIEDBLEACHED PIL LOWCASES Size 42x 36 IIbleachedIII PLAIN CASESSize HEMSTITCHED HEMMED 42x36 A N III itoJ i each IllC i BEST UTIOA PILLOW CASES Plain hemmedsize 42x36 always sell at14cf 20c special at- HEMMED BLEACHED BED SHEETSLarge double bed size made from heavy grade linenfinish muslin good value at 63c special A i eachHEMSTITCHED BLEACHED SHEETS Size 81x90 of a good grade sheet 79064specialC eachaesoo e e o o otlto aw h ewde e e erase e s KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Twentytwo candidates were elect ed at last weeks meeting of Omaha CouncilThe Knights of Newport Ky will give a big minstrel show In their hall on May 7 and 8 Evansville had a class of fiftyfive for initiation last Sunday The three degrees were conferred Last Sunday week fifty men who enlisted In the ranks of Knighthood received the three degrees at Little RockDenver Knights gave a big min strel parade and free show Tuesday for the nuns and school children of thecityDenver soIKnights gave a book clal Tuesday night the price of admission being one or more books for their library Charles Carroll Council at ONeill Neb commemorated its tenth anni versary by receiving fifty new mem bers into the order- Everywhere throughout the country initiations have been held during the past month the Increase in mem bership being the largest ever re ported for that period The initiation at Elwood Ind was In record breaker the class number ing fifty The State Deputy said it was the best Initiation witnessed In Indiana iin a long time Sixty candidates will receive the second and third at a district initia tion to be held tomorrow at Laporte Ind by the three councils of La porte Michigan City and Valparaiso Omaha Council has secured the Auditorium for the Memorial day ex ercises when the children of the parochial schools will take part Bishop Tihen will deliver the prin cipal address YOUNG FOLKS SOCIAL The children of St Josephs church East Washington street are preparing a pleasant social for their parents and friends to be held in the school hall on May 20 There are 270 children enrolled in this school and the proceeds of the social will go to defray the expense of building a fourroom addition work on which will be soon begun- ROCHESTER PRIEST APPOINTED Mayor Edgerton of Rochester N Y has appointed the Rev A M ONeill rector of the Church of the Immaculate Conception in that city as a member of the Public Library Commission Catholics of Roches ter are heavy taxpayers as they are iu Louisville and it is fitting that they should be represented on the Library Board Their money goes a long way toward the upkeep of the institution OOVINGTON Judge M T Shine of Covington Is a candidate for the office of County Judge and all Indications point to his election Judge Shine Is the foremost lawyers In that- section of Kentucky whose past ex perience on the bench especially fits him for the County Judgeship GROWTH OF BERLIN Berlin has made strides the last year In catching up with London New York and Paris In population Statistics show that the Inhabitants of the German metropolis and elghty six suburbs constituting the socalled Greater Berlin now number a little more than 4000000 1 r f i j x ftANK FEHR INOPORA1ED BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATEDI LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNIICOArOaATED BREWING COMPANYS rye t Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent all J GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order- a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Homi 76717672 Cumb Wist 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brew v 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE K3T JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTGHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUlSViUlcS Gl1 lS ft e ROQ6FS BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of tl lr kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles Or BTZBT DmurrJOlt 434 West Jefferson Street BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- IteleotroPa1 Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Pb nets 223 Albert F Tillman TAILOR Classy Suits to order 2500 and up Satisfaction guaran tOedOver five hundred styles to select from Room 9 Whayne Building 414 W Jefferson St FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NWCtrntr Fourth and Jefferson n lc i tj1 c THE 2 FAVORITES J of Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARDY SPECIAL I0c Cle- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor Homemade Unionmade and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTHST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging in price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give ui a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Ci CB THOMPSON Fi1oRas1iONlJY ONE STORK Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH VENUS Beth Ttpbu lOflO All orders receive prompt atteetl aid satisfaction guaranteed A DelightfulSmok PHONE CITY 23 0 POKi OLBOPATRA1100GONDOLA A TJ BOMEOiS 885 L Clay Streets 1 9i J ii J rENT dKYL MERIOA t IF YOU NEED ANEWSUITAnd are the prudent man who realizes that savings areas essential to prosperity as are earnings you wont go farther than our store and our famous C L B and KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHES Cunning Lewis Brotzge N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON Men+ s and young Men Rxclasive Clothes Shop l Do You Realize What Nicks Green Label Means to You atIfGREEN TRADING ST iMP forour store or one 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 j LADIESWhy Last Seasons Hat 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 t 1or Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE I 425 427 and 429 East Market Street i CONFIRMATION SHOES FOR CHILDREN I EMERSON 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 SHE FITTERS 336 West MICUA ELVOLZTITHE FAMILY Market St 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 others in quality style name and seal mer- itGEHER ilSON- t 2IS iftriMt Mukettc JOHN R PFLANZ Candidate For ReElec ion JAILERJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 VOTES FOR ANDREW M SEA FOR CITY TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the emocratic Party Primary Election August 2 19- 13HARRYC NEHAN Candidate For ReElection CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 A 1i1ZI1f R w nwn 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 appreciate it Primary Election Aug 2 1913 Dr IlE Mechling CANDIDATE F- ORCORONER Subject to Action Democratic Party ST PAUL Begins ThreeGame Series With Our Colonels Today The St Paul team headed by Bill FrIel former Columbus manager will begin a threegame series with Louisville this afternoon and ac cording to the present playing form 01 both the Colonels should have no trouble in annexing at least two out of the three games the Saints being contenders for the cellar posi tion since the opening games The aggressive spirit shown by the locals in the two games with their former hoodoOs Minneapolis and Milwau kee has infused the fans to the highest point of enthusiasm as evinced by the splendid week day crowds the attendance being a tribute to Owner Wathen for once more putting Louisville on the base ball map and with fair weather tomorrow an equally as large crowd as that of opening day is expected The Individual work of demons Nelhoff Osborne Weinberg and Nicholson all new men on the team has been especially pleasing and if the latter pleks pn his hitting ew111 be sure to break jn the lineup agalm St Paul will 1bo followed by Colum bus who alsfl have a new manager Bill H1nchmaawho succeeded Trial t1foIl 1- 1l c c i 1 1 CHARLES H KNIGHT iiCANI1ATE ilOR STATE SENATOR THIRTY SIXH PJSTRICT Comprising Jefferson county First and Second wards Fortysacond to Fifty third precincts of Third ward Twenty seventh and Twentyeighth of Ffftb Seventhward 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 the emqcratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 MUIRWEISSINGE Candidate For ReElection For COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 1913 Primary Augustt 2 1913 J Russell Gaines Candidate For ReElection SURVEYORJEFFERSON Subject to Action of Democratic Party HUGH B FLEECE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY JUDGE Snbjact to the Action of She Democratic Party Primary August 2 1913 Wm M Puffy CANDIDATE FO- RLEGISLATURE FiftyFirst Legislative District Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Subject to Action of the Democratic Party SPRING RACE MEETING One week from today the LoWs vile Jockey Club will open its spring race meeting at Churchill Downs when the Derby will be run and this race promises to be one of the greatest In the history of the Amarl can turf With Hawthorne Ton Point Foundation Lepchares and other good ones to face the barrier u Derby that will surpass all others IB confidently looked for President Grainger and General Manager Matt Winn are elated over the outlook for the meeting which will continue for thirteen days From all parts of the country hprsear are arriving dally and by lthisl time next week every one worthy of note will be here The prwwnce of Judge Charles F Price arid Wflll eUelntheJudges stand is aMuranoe that every race will be ftarty rurt from eend to send AsViicuRll there will be a free fisld rllr1a s- i r IpSURAYI Candidate For ReElection COUNTY CLERK Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 GEO W BERRY m CANDIDATE FO- RMAGISTRATE Eighth Magisterial District Composed of the Elev enth and Twelfth Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 I Primary Election August 2 1018 JOSEPH M HEYE CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic party VOTE FOR SAMUEL W GREENEF- OR COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 Primary Election August 2 1013 Fred T HeffernanCAN- DIDATE FOR COUNCILMANTWELFTH Voted for City at Large Subject to Action of Democratic Party DUBLIN Races and Other Gayeties Draw Soclety to Irishn Capitall From London comes news that societys activities have been chiefly displayed in Dublin this week It Is a Jong time since so many well known persons of the social world have crossed the Irish Channel to attend the Punches own races and other social functions During the Week many housfe parties were held in and around Dublin Lord and Lady Aberdeen Lord and Lady Decles and Sir Arthur and Lady Paget were among tho largest enter- taIners Lady Paget have a ball Tuesday night at the Royal Hospital Dublin being their first entertain ment in honor of the Lord Lieutenant and Lady Aberdeen It was the most successful and brllllan taffalrthilt has taken place in Dublin for many a day More than 500 persons were present The large hall of the Royal Hospital Is admirably adapted for functions of this kind and mades capital background for the display of smart dresses and uniforms in honor ot the Lord Lieutenant All the mill tarym1 attending the ball were in full uniform I What the Club Plan Is 1 H What It Means to You The Club Plan is an extended payment plan instituted purely and Housebold When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 percent of the amount of your purchases for Joining for instance The membership fee on a 2800 purchase would bo uSe The membership fee on nlSOOO purchase would bo lrsO- The membership fee on greater purchases would of course bo In porportlon I purchaseIas payment For instance on a 2500 purchase you pay l 260 down in addition to the mombership fee making a total of 325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to paymentsWhenPlan are pur chased at our cash priceswhether special or regular you will more clearly see that our membership Is nothing In comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB Any further Information regarding the Club Plan will be IJfAN1 floor fully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on Jo P9UN5lract Ii GOOD COFFEE FRESHLY ROASTED Thats getTRY3 Lbs For 80c Its the same quality that others sell 3 Ibs for 80c PHONE A TRIAL ODERR JOHN M MULLOY 8 Hen Phone iju salsa W IVXARKXSr XCa3QXK8Xa 1DTate TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAMVanilla Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavor EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY i f S J i S I IFIVE OENTSII Founts Cafes and Bars The Drink Delicious I KENTUCKY SYRUP INCORPORATED AND BOTTLING COMPANY il j + 108 East Main St Louisville Ky HOME PHONE G250 f m1KSS 4 Hwa m+t+ sonww RIDE A BICYCLEHealth had Pleasure will be yours your financial surplus will Increaseyou will be more Independentyou can go and Come when you please But get a good Bicycleone that will stand the test Get a Greyhound Bicycle Sold by us and used by satisfied riders for many years Wire and jj Iron WorKs 217 WEST MARKET STREET IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Oct the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY ENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COInca porate- dIintandl RlTtr Both Phones 17 Alto operating Hoosler Wall Plaster Plant LoHlivllU Ky JefferionTlHe lad Phone 5SJ rs MJBANNON P BAHNBH JR L J VEENIMANr Pros Mgr VlcflPres and Trtas Secretary Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co I INCORPORATEDI OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICKr ti s o For Streets and Roadways Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia AYe Bet 9lhai J Iftt I TELEPHONE S73 TELEPHONE 1252 1 OJAffT1AEPIANO P ltively Twiht In Tea to Twwty Lessees Write Fw Bosfckt JFORREST TUOMPSQN2822 WMadisoa St Skawue 2174- Tx v A i U C