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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iilil- eirr PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Secondud Brecklarldge VOLUME XXXNO 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 10 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS DEMOCRATIC Entries Busy Circulating Petitions For the Big August Primary Kentucky Irish American Pro 1 seats First Published List of Candidates Splendid Material For Strongest Municipal Ticket in Years PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATES SHY Pretty near all entries are now In for the different Democratic nom- Inations in the coming Primary August 2 and very few additional announcements are expected as late entries would have a difficult time In securing signers for their pet tlons the earliest starters getting off With flag Monday morning In their effort to secure the requisite number of registered Democratic voters From the present outlook the Demo sratic candidates will be as follows For Mayor John H Busche meyer City TreasurerAdolph Schmidt Charles W Milllken Auditor William H Meffert Tax ReceiverA M Sea B J Brumleve Judge of Police CourtSamuel J Boldrlck Delos B Rogers Prosecuting Attorney Police CourtHarry Robinson Clerk of Police CourtHarry C Nehan William E Holley Carl Sennlng Joseph M Keyer Alfa V Oldham Bailiff Police Court Edward OConnorAldermenB J Campbell Jr Fred J Leezer John M Clifford Fred Schwenker George B Coder Joseph Overberg R W Hutchison James Treasy J William Miller R Guy Parker C W Schmitt James B Camp Dr Charles Molr Councilmen First ward W P Graves John Neuhauser Second Charles Mann W H Karst Third P J Fleig W M Booher Fourth Jerome King Alvin Rosenberg Fifth ward T J Garvey Dr B H Benson Sixth James Norton Mike Leone Seventh Thomas Lawrence E J Parker Eighth T J Morrow Edward White Ninth Ma J McDer tnoll Dan R D ttM r ltomna JColemanTenthUirilllX11 eb C PtthThomas Dolan Richard Whitty F+ T Heffernan Charles Coons County JudgeMuir Weissinger Sam Greene Hugh B Fleece SheriffCharles J Cronan County AttorneyA Scott Bullltt Coronerstor H E Mechllng Dr Ellis Duncan Dr C G Russmann Jailer John R Pflanz Charles Ca Foster W M Hardy County Assessor George SchleI gel Al M Emler Frank J Sqhuster Joseph Timmons County SurveyorJ Russell GainesIJParkphy John B Castleman Louis Seel j bach State Senator Thirtysixth dls trlct Charles H Knight William Bohon Thirtyeighth district Sam L Robertson Legislature Fortyfifth district George B Barrett Forlyslxlh dls I Irlcl Henry E Owen A Spahn Fortyseventh district William J Kuh Fortyeighth district Mayzlck OBrien Fortyninth district Will j lam A Perry Fiftieth district William T McNally Fiftyfirst district fMagistratesDacher Sixth district Ben Schul man Seventh district P T Sulli van Eighth district George W Berry W Wat Bowman As can be seen from the above the Democratic ticket chosen from this list of cndldates will be the strongest municipal ticked nominated In years and is a striking comparison alongside the loud boaslings of the Progressives and the Herald who have been claiming great strength but to date have only been able to muster about two prospective nom inees the wise ones in that party refusing to play the title role in the leading of the lamb to slaughter AUDIENCE FOR CARDINAL f I Pope Pius for the first time since his Illness gave an audience Monday morning The honor fell to Cardinal Dominic Ferrata who recently re turned from Malta where he had presided over the Eucharlsllc Con gress as Papal Legate The Pope expressed deep interest in the congress Inquiring minutely about the gatherIng DEATH ANGEL CALLS Thursday morning the death angel overshadowed the Stanton home 1616 Cedar street and called there from its most cherished member Mrs Ann Stanton relict of the late Patrick J Stanton After a long Ill nessdue to advanced age the kindest gentlest and most loving of mothers was summoned to another world and only those who have suf fered similarly can know of the sor row that has seared her childrens eartsMrs Stanton came to this country from County Mayo Ireland when a girl and in this city was spent the greater part of her lifev The death of the father and a brother a few years ago caused the children to cling more closely to the aged mother and upon her they lav o G- J U- t riJ i 4 i E k J I y tgat KENTUCKY RSH AMERICAN ished their love and affection Surviving her are one son John Stanton iland three daughters Mrs Mar Becher Mrs James Cummings an Miss Elizabeth Stanton all of this city The funeral will take place this morning from St Patricks church and will be attended by numbers of the older residents of the city The sincere sympathy of many friends is extended the bereaved cnlldren EXCELLENT Showing Made by KnightsII Ii of St John at phoe nix Hill The Knights of St John of iLouls vllle made an excellent showing Monday night when the annual Inspec tion and drill was held at Phoenix Hill Park Each of the local com mandarles was fully represented andi when the regimental formation wasI ordered by Col Paul J Breen Col Wetdekamp Major Fox and Adjutant Clem Wlegand the Knights presented a real military appearance The Inspection was conducted by Col jHenry Vonderheide and Adjutant Joseph Dlo her and was most satis jfactory Following the Inspectionl there were exhibition drills and So perfect was each that it would be difficult to attempt a decision Capt Theo Poppe put St Michaels Com mandery through a technical drill as did also Capt Louis Wernert with the men of St Edwards Capt Frank Brinkmann made a splendid showing with St Martins Command ery but St Josephs Commandery- and Capt Joseph Schrecker were the surprise turning out the largest number of men and going through tthe entire manuel The last company- to take the floor was St Edwards- of New Albany which showed up well Following the drill the prize diamond ring was awarded to Joseph Kohler of Comandery 130 Dr John H Buschemeyer made the presentation speech and his words were jloudly applauded The rest of the evening was given over to a reunion and dancing Many of Louisvilles 1 leading citizens were present and the reception tendered Dr Busche meyer was evidence of his popularity with the masses of the people Col Fclhoelter and other former officers of the Knights of St John complimented the commanderles on their splendid appearance and the strength of the order GYMNASIUM Trinity Council Will Expend 15000 Upon Its New Addition In 1iIJ i 4I Trinity Council Y M L held a well attended and enthusiastic meet IIng Monday night when the building rproposition was fully discussed and ja final decision reached The Build- IngI Committee submitted a complete report which embraced plans speci fications and figures and also recpm mendatlons All were went over mendatlons Xll were gone over carefully with the result that the plan providing for the erection of a gymnasium was accepted This addition to the present splendid clubhouse will provide space and accom J and meet all requirements many years to come It calls for a concrete basement and brick build Ing extending the entire length of the lot in the rear of the present clubhouse and will cost about 15000 The basement will be fitted up so that it cart be used for various purposes and on the first floor will be a fully equipped gymnasium with troom for bowling alleys and at least tten shower baths This gymnasium will be built of iron and brick andIso constructed that one or more stories can be added whenever de wlllhavef section of the country FOR FIELD DAY Hibernian Social Club Will Revive Sports This Year interestingnighttransacting patch thus affording time for sev Instructive talks which has become quite a custom at the sessions Hibernian 3 younger members of Division 3 an nounced that they were going to give duringtheyears since the Hibernians of Louis ville have held a field day and the announcement of the coming event will be hailed with delight by the cityItsoon begin arranging the progremmo which will include many of the pres andfieldWALNUT THEATER Rose Melvilles production of Sis Hopkins which is announced for appearanice at the Walnut Theater next week provides an entertain satIsfyingthanedy drama ever presented To begin aQlithroughtypes are no straining after effectsi no sensationalism nothing to shock tho taste of anyone nothing but beglnnlngto itdoesplaysithThe usual matinees will be given i t i- O LI ALL FOR GOD Daily Life Led by Order of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd Requirement That Are Necessary to Enter Into the Community They Must Be of Stainless Depu tuition Likewise Their Families THEIR WORK 1IS INTERESTING Few people not even Catholics know about the dally life of the Sis tern of the Good Shepherd Through the kindness of one of the Sisters the Kentucky Irish American is able to tell briefly in this issue of their daily work and of the conditions upon which a girl or woman Is re ceived into that order which has spread all over the United States the first house on this continent having been esmbllshed at Eighth and Madison streets this city about seventy years ago The order itself is 372 years old having been found ed in Franco by Venerable John 0EudesThe mother house is at Angers France and all of the Superiors are appointed from that house A remain in office for pthreepointed for two more terms if it is desirable but she can not serve longer than nine years She may be appointed assistant for three years in the same house and at the expira tion of that term be reappointed Many not desiring executive position retire to the ranks at the end of three years It may be stated here that many of the Sisters of this or der are of Irish birth and so are a large number of the Superiors or mothers in the various houses the world make nfineScotch who are proverbially businesslike and less canty than the IrishThe desirable age at which the Sisters receive candidates is between fifteen and twentyfive but appli cants who are over twentyfive or thirty are received The conditions are briefly Legitimate birth stainless reputation of self and family lblkefect w I Itary disease In their families Con verts are not received until they have been in the church three or four years and are well instructed Postulants are received Irrespective of fortune but It is desirable that those who enter have something enough to pay for the religious garb which she wears- Postulants must enter with the understanding that they are obliged tto labor first for the honor and glory of God for their own sancllfi- cctlon for the sanctification of the souls committed to their care Their mission Is in reclaiming girls and women who come to seek shelter and peace of mind after a period of long or short wandering from the paths JknownThen there Is a preservation class i i Jfromcflived and trained They are given a plain English education taught sewing crocheting needlework painting and the different branches of housework Those who have a talent for music are given every ad vantage to Improve No distinction Is made about race color or religion in f receiving Inmates for reformation or trainingThe of the Good Shepherd are dlolstered If you enter their convent the Sister in charge speaks to you through a wicket grating ThesSisters never go on the streets ex cept those who are detailed for busi ness They arise at 5 a m in sum mer at 630 a m in winter and retire at 10 oclock at night They hear mass at 6 a m say matins laude and prime at morning after noon and night They have recrea tive hours between 6 and 8 p m or oftener as the occasion permits They are garbed In white Some of the Sisters are fine writers painters j sculptors and teachers of em broidery Everything they do they try to do well Mother Mary of the Compassion the Superioress of the convent on Eighth street says the life of the Sisters Is a delightful and happy one HOT ONE i r For Those Who Want to Change Their Church Name Despite the protest of Its Bishop the diocese of California has voted to change its name from Protestant Episcopal Church to The Holy Catholic Church of America This brings to the fore G Monroe Royce a vigorous Episcopalian writer who evidently feels deeply on the subject He makes a tolling protest against the alteration published by an exchange from which tho following ex tract is taken The American people have once for all accorded to a certain Christian church organization thename Catholic and they have at the same time accordedto all other Christian a A k ie i llppel1atlong Georges hors B and all King Georges men chnt pull these two names down from the places which have been assigned them by thisi common consent This may be the result of ignorance and these agi tators may know much more than the rest of us about the proper mean ing of Catholic and iProteslant But illiterate as this verdict of the American people may be It is a final judgment and r advise those very superior persons to accept it and cease making themselves a nuisance and the Episcopalian church ridiculous ELIJAH Grand Oratorio by Cora- Union For Orphans Benefit Commencing Monday morning May 12 Uc ets can be reserved at the box office atlhe Masonic Theater for the grand or torso to be given by the Catholic Clio al Union on Sunday night May 18 fir the benefit of the St Joseph St Vincent and St Thomas Orphan Asylums This con muslIcal success and all will do wen to secure their seats in advance The strong chorus of 300 voices so well drilled by Prof Molengraft the excellent orchestra and the renowned soloists that have been secured will qbestuLouisvillejhear the famous Marcus Kellerman who has the roptttation of being one the greatest baritones living The soloists Will be Miss Carrie Finke soprano Idles Virginia Hewitt Shafer contralto and Edgar G Hill tonor As is well known the entire will be devoted to a most qlumsj j attendingthis will produce gdod resultsf RECENT DEATHS I The funeral jJof Simon Rehm seventyfive years old was held Thursday morning from St Patricks church Because of his advanced anybusinessj e his home swllh his soninlaw Reeder J1608 Bank street parishlearneddeathj of Patrick Clarke 2103 Portland avenue one of the oldest and best known tobacco workers InILouisville Huts survived by three brothers Thefuneral was held Sunday morning tom St Cecilias church the interment being in St 1Ua At fIQ m The funeral qfttMlsa Ella Connelly was hold Sunday afternoon from St Cecilias church and was attended by many sorrowing friends and relaI daughterConnelly and resided with Patrick 2209HighalongwithChristian JjEllenfromStfwaswas eighteen years old and resided J Todhunter l streetInJ beloveddeathIsJ J1bereaved broughttheofJ the death at Denver on Friday of Joseph L Flynn a native of this city who moved to Colorado three recoverIngfrom byMsj CityhlEdwardCary JsistersJ andMissesCatherineFlynn LEXINGTON Lexington a new 35000 school building Be j sides eight class rooms there will be capacity17000hasfollowing committees named BannahanJchn J T Looney Thomas D Murray John J LubyFinanceHF Hillenmeyer Edward Dowling John B Shannon fainthopetheDluegrassCathollcs splendidVISIT TIlE POPE Pope Plus X after an illness of many weeks received Cardinals Pom pejli and De Lai last Saturday It was the nbareatapproach to a formal audience that His Holiness had been allowed to give since his second re VaticanitMerrydelhis receptions to Constantine year pilgrims the next week If his prog ress was not retarded IRISH LEADER DEAD DrP J Timmins a member ot the National Executive Committee of the United Irish League and prom organlzaUons wassixtytwo t rt rta a HOME RULE Premier Asquith Gives the Irish NntlonallstsaDelightful Surprise Announces First Rending of Bil Before the Whitsuntide Holiday The Woman Suffrage Bill Causes 1Anxiety in the Mouse of Commons IHOME POLITICS NOT TRANQUIL Reviewing the weeks happenings the Hob T P OConnor M P cabling from London notes that though overshadowed by the tremendous perils abroad home politics1 jhave not remained tranquil The Liberals looked anxiously for the Jesuit of the election in Whltechapel where the Insurance act created great dissatisfaction among small Jewish employers and where the had worked with fierce energy with high hopes The reelection Samuel though with a reduced majority was hailed as an immense relief The plural voting bill has now passed Its second reading and will probably be enacted in spite of the House of Lords The chief event of the week was Winston Churchills cyclonic incur fr lon into the Marconi Committee Inquiry His fierce denunciation of calumnious rumors and still more tthe depth of petty gossip into which recent witnesses descended in an effort to discredit the committee com pelled even the Tory members to abandon the plan of continuing it Indefinitely and now its proceedings will come to a speedy end to the immense relief of the whole public But of course with all the charges- of corruption now definitely aban impres3thoIdea that these Ministers wore gam Iblers and on Inside information and thus are unworthy to retain their positions Doubtless this mudslinging will leave some traces but the calumtnated Ministers will now be hacked by the whole force of the supporters of the Ministry in all three parts A more serious danger threatens Iiu the debate next week of the outragesRLJj1I jTolldly tkIlJ4uAI OffiCII 1 hut many members of Parliament promises Clue result of the division oh second reading Tuesday night Is uncertain Great anxiety Is apprehended espe Irishfor ond reading the Ministry will be bound to find time to carry the bill through this session and with that prospect in view friends of home Jj claim It will involve enormous for parliamentary time and further embarras the situation the prospect of such violent dif ferences of opinion among the Cab- Inet Ministers as to threaten the existence of the Cabinet For this reason nearly all the Irish members will oppose the bill Liberals will oppose It as a response to the mil J1 IlangerIssuffrage will be present In force a great number of opponents or indlf ferents will remain away and thus give a majority for the bill Asquith gave the home rulers a delightful little surprise by the announcement that the first reading of the bill will take place before Whit- suntide holiday This action marks a contrast between present and past conditions In the home rule struggle and It Is believed this stage of the bill will be taken without even one of debate and in the most In way In the olden days the first reading occupied sometimes at least a week and with fierce divisions while now this stage is taken with as little formality as if it were a small street car bill It is now announced also that the Ministrywill not propose a drastic closure for the second read Ing debate but It is understood the debate will not be allowed to go be Iyond three or four days and that the remaining stages of the bill willj not occupy more than four days more Thus the home rule bill will eightdaysDOUBLE HEADER For Colonels and HoosIers Tommorrow at tEclipse Park The Colonels who have certainly earned the title of our boys by pastweektodayInDerby and will return hero tomor row for the first double header of the season with the same team this being the last game at home until May 29 Tuesday they play at Mil waukee thence fo Minneapolis St Indlanapol3Intow and with many of the DerbY crowd still in town all records for attendance at a baseball game In Louisville art expected to be broken lastSundayi standin r been busy all this week with the ling of reserved seats and boxes for game With the teams thus far Louisville comparesa very favorably from every standpoint the two best being Columbus and Kansas City neither of whom have any license to run away from the Colonels in the race From the present outlook we can stand pat o the post season prediction that Louisville will surely finish in the first division lONE DAY OUT For Macckin Council Mem bers Families and Friends At a well attended meeting Mon day night Mackin Council receiv- eonenew member and a cordial Invl talon to the Social Clubs next fe caption dance which will be given at Sennlhgs Park on Thursday May 22 After a free discussion 1 It daybasketmembers of the council their fam Hies oath friends to be held a Stowers Grove the date to be an nounced later This outing will be conducted under the auspices of the Social Club and will afford occasion for a reunion of all members their families and relatives Those who will have the programme in charge are expected to arrange for a number of outdoor features and games that will both Interest and amuse the young and old President Adams and the officers ask that all members who can be present at the meeting next Monday nigh- tGREAT DERBY Spring Racing Will Open Today at Churchill Downs Tho New Louisville Jockey Club will inaugurate Its spring race meet Ing today at historic Churchill Downs and continue the sport of kings for thirteen days Lovers of the thoroughbred are here from aUI parts of the country and the largest crowd over assembled on a Kentucky race course will witness the best horses in America contest fortthe honor and glory of winning the Ihlr tyninth Kentucky Derby the classic event of the American turf The field will be a good one and will Include Ten Point Foundation Yankee Notions Leochares Prince Hermls Donoralle Jimmie Gill Widow Moon Sam Hirsch and perhaps others rid den by the crack jockeys of the coun try President Gainger andMan ager JVJnn are confident that the six traces eacJ day ypill ilringwJ aI record breaking attendance at this meeting which will doubtless sur pass all others Judge Charles FIPrice will be In the stand with Presi dent Charles F Grainger and William Shelley which is a guarantee that all races will be run from end to end and fairly decided With the club house and grandstand radiant with the elite the free field thronged with people and flags flying every where the scene today will be one of much splendor ENGLAND Impending Disaster Hangs I Like a Pall Over ThatII Country According to the latest London I dispatches to leading newspapers j there Is an atmosphere of impending disaster hanging like a pall over aUIEngland who feels that she has not I been preparing for the great events I which are casting their shadows beII fore them Everybody feels that a I war between that country and Germany c is bound to come Germanys answer to Churchills recent sugges lion of a years vacation In the building of war ships shows this It Is no I less certain that there will be trouII ble between the mother country and c her colonies and a contest the like of which the world has never seen and In which England will be ffrcedii to take sides is looming up to decide i finally the yellow races place In the world England Is not prepared for these events and she has succeeded I In alienating the friendly feelings ofI France by openly declaring that sheIi would not send any troops into BeIglum to assist France In defendingI the weakesl point at her frontier defences in case of Germany attacking France It is felt that If Ger many Immediately after the Kaisers jubilee and celebrations of the centennial of the Battle of the Na tions should throw aside her mask of friendship dnd selecting England instead of the rejuvenated and fully preparmed France as her next victim should demand England and Irer colonies as an outlet for her growing population and markets for her trade Englands lion would be- aD wax in the talons of the German eagle principally because this coun try alone of nIl the great powers has no aerial fleet o LEAVES FOR EUROPE The Rev Father G A Van troostenberghe pastor of the Church of Our Lady at Hodgenville left Monday for a trip to Europe BEFORE THE HOUSE The bill granting home rule to Ireland was reintroduced in the Wednesdayby flrattimehouse which debars debate It will como up for second reading on Jupe thatQthe middle of the month i Lf iL R SEAT ROSA BREAD UNION MADE Labels Redeemable at Klrbys d and lOc Stores HUMILIATING Fifty Millions Who Never Go ThisnCountry Number of Our Divorces Makes ls Lntiglilrif Stock of the World Bishop McFnul Points Out the Evils That Confront the Peoplea FORGETI TEN COMMANDMENTS It is humiliating to know that we oftthe world as regards the number of our divorces Thousands of Americans have forgotten the Ten Com learnedthemnot steal Thou shalt not kill Thou shalt not commit adultery Thus writes Bishop McFaul Alas We have descended to barnyard morality Dishonesty Is ram pant in private and public life racersuicide has also been lessening our misunderstood gladtogood people without as well as within the church precisely because God In his mercy will take care that the wheat is more abundant than particularlythose y religion and morality should be inclined to optimism for who could strengthto U out against the evils of the indi vidual and of society if he did not perceive any indication of victory greatfiood r ness constantly aprpoachlng and Increasing despite all efforts to de crease It It seems to me that tho world society and the individual Is u improving along many lines al though it is evident that with the growth and prosperity of nations unbelief and vice have not lessened Is the world then Improving Is the Individual becoming better In someArespects we may attribute Improve ment to both In others the deterlora tion Is so apparent as to be astound ing even upon superficial study of the questions proposed Take ancient times limit our selves to the religious and moral condltlonstoPat ftJt tto t s of antiquity Greece and Rome tory records that these people were steeped In unutterable vice It shows that Immorality rather than the conqueredRoman provincesThe p virtues which kept them virile hardy robust and therefore they crushed the effeminate descendants of a nation which Heretofore had ruled over and gathered tribute from the then known world In turn all these conquering peoples were captured by the Church of s Christ they were gradually civilized and Christianized by Catholic Bish ops and priests Then arose thenays of faith of respect for morality then was established Christian chivalry and respect for womankind Thinking meft who can discern tho signs of the times are compelled to admit by sheer force of argument and experience that the most power ful factor on the globe today acting for the conservation of nations the propagation of divine truth of mor ality and the stability of civil and parental authority is the Catholic church Were it not for her constant and untiring efforts to fullfll her civilizing and Christianizing mission we would have been long ago on gplfed lin chaos and darkness equal dangeroursaw when he announced as the watchword of his pontificate Re store Jill things In Chrst Our own country Is leading the nations in many paths which are beneflcal useful and commendable There are some defects however whch stand out so prominently that they can scarcely be overlooked even by prejudice Itself Those who are capable of obtaining correct informa tion assert that fifty millions of peo ple In these United States never go to church Since religion as has been maintained by the Wisest of every age including our own Wash Ington is the basis of morality what atandgrowing up without religion what will be their morals Among nonCatholics religion is aY not generally taught in the home not at all in the schools What then must be our final judgment Society and the Individual have advanced in Intelligence in education In material progress and lin science while al the same time tho general trend outside the Catholic church has been a fall Into unbelief and immorality Hence our watchword should be 31 way from paganism and back to Christi SIX MONTHS FOR TEX CENTS Just to introduce our childs magazine Into your home we will send it to you for your boy or girl for six months for ten cents The Child Apostle Is a little Catholic Twentyfourpleura fur children Send us ten slxmoJ yonboyChlldAtIeChicago III f 0 k I- KENTUOKY XRISH AlVIERIOAN 1 1fiMRIGFIN4 6 Asvekd to the Social aed Moral WYtaceaemeat d Irish Aaerkaas and CaAoilci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CatboHc Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publish re SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Ie BattttS it the LalivllU PoitoHIco 01 Seoad CIj riittir AUreu III CoBBOiUitlois to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West ken St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 10 1913 TRUE EVERY WORD The Rev E D Cameron pastor of the Central Baptist church at Muskogee Okla Is another Protestant minister who embraces the Catholic side on the marriage and divorce question I pity those who do not marry he said In a recent sermon and I pity fully as mud those who do marry and have no children There Is no perfect horn wltHout children Womans place i1is In the home God Intended her to be a mother the guide of her chll dren and the partner and counsello of her husband Those who have the Idea of a career In their heads are unfitted that moment for wlfehooi and motherhood Declaring that divorce Is the greatest evil of the century the Rev Cameron says the other churches should follow the example df the Catholic church which has lost whole provinces because It would not bend to ttie clamor for divorce The fact that 1 it does not recognize divorce he declared was the main reason for its strength SAVED BY TIm IRISH The fate of the womens suffrag bill in the British House of Common was sealed Tuesday night by the votes of more than fifty Irish Nationalists who voted against it The bill whereby it was sought to en- franchIse 6000000 women was rejected by a majority of fortyseven The vole stood 260 to 219 The figures of the division showing the defeat of the bill were greeted with a great cheer from all sides of the house Recent police court disclosures of acts of incendiarism planned by the militants far surpassing IIn magnitude anything heretofore attempted i and the burning of St Catherines church at Hatcham un doubtedly influenced many member to vote against the bill The English Suffragettes continue tleh work TheyaUempedl the destruction of St Pauls Cathe dral In London on Wednesday They also placed bombs in other parts of the city and kindled fires that did much damage And these are the she devils that Mrs Belmont Carrie Cat and their kind would have AmerIcan women follow Great men of our country are of the belief that there will be m serious business disturbance because of the tariff changes The commercial Interests are well fortif let for a revision downward but there Is doubt that It will reduce the cost of living to any appreciable extent approvedtfelony in Ohio inhibition against carrying concealed deadly weapons may be punished by imprisonment in the penitentiary for as long as three years Such a law is needed in Kentucky Those New York Senators who voted against John Mitchells con firmation for State Labor Democratic Commissioner did not make votes for the Democratic party John Mitchell would have honored the office more than the Senate could have honored him- EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION The Catholic Educational Associa tion of the United States will hold iits tenth annual meeting at New Or leans on Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday June 30 July 1 2 and 3 The meeting is held under the auspices of His Grace Most Rev James H Blenk D D Arch bishop of New Orleans the Arch bishop has enlisted the cordial inter est of the Right Reverend Bishops of the province of New Orleans and there is good reason to expect that the convention will be one of the most Important educational events that have happened In the South The prpgramme as arranged at pres ent gives promise of careful consideration of grave problems and the convention bringing together Cath olic educators from all parts of the country will undoubtedly exert an extensive and fortunate influence on theCathollc educational work of the United States The Most Rev Arch bishop of New Orleans and his able committees have given assurance that every provision will be made for the convenience of those attending the convention and that no pains will be spared to make the meeting a success RECORD GRAIN CROPS Phenomenal yields of grain are predicted for the Pacific Northwest States this year The prospect of a duplication of the enormous produc lion of 1912 of wheat In the States If Oregon Idaho and Washington emphasized last week by rail officials who were touring the knest The acreage of wheat kleyt andotherriaSaUIla U year Fine snows ln winter and seasonable weather this spring have resulted In giving small grain a wonderful start Facing the prospect of a wheat crop of mor than 120000000 bushels the lowest estimate the Kansas Employmen Bureau figures that riot less than 40000 men will be needed to harves the crop and the board will have to begin early in order to round up that many men What is great feared now is that the shortage in harvest hands will be so great that much wheat will be lost THOMAS M MULRY Thomas M Mulry President of tle Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank and former head of the St Vincent do Paul Society in the United States is ill at his home In New York City He was stricken last week with lu art trouble and since then has bees under the care of physicians At his home it was said Saturday night that his condition by no means was dan gerous and that in ten days or two weeks It was thought he would re cover enough to permit of his being moved to the country to recuperate Mr Mulry returned a few weeks ago from a trip to Jamaica where he liai passed a month After his return he attended to business regularly unti he became ill Mr Mulry is one of the best krfown men in New York and in Louisville he has a large num ber of friends XICHOLASVILLE Right Rev Bishop Maes of Cov ington paid a visit to NlcholasvllU and on Thursday administered the sacrament to a class of eighty children Thirtyfive of the children were from Versailles while the other fiftyfive were from Nlcholasvllle and the surrounding country Father Rolf the pastor entertained BishopI Maes and the visiting clergy while the other visitors were the guests ot the women of the congregation KUCHRK LOTTO SUPPER The ladles of St Vincent de Pauls Congregation will give a euchre and lotto party and serve refreshments and supper in the spacious and light some basement of the new school building at Shelby and Oak on Monday and Tuesday May 12 and 13 the proceeds of which will be for the benefit of the parochial school Games will be called both days at i230nndiSl 6clock and everylbodjrils Invited HOLY CROSS CHURCH The choir of Holy Cross church will give the sacred cantata The Daughter of Jarlus a work of won derful beauty in that church at Thirtysecond and Broadway on Sunday evening May 25 The can tata will be directed by Arthur C Becker organist of Holy Cross church and one of our leading musi clans The public Is cordially InvIted- to attend INVITED TO MOBILE The Chamber of Commerce and Business League and the people of Mobile Ala are after the next na tional convention of the Catholic Knights of America which will be held three years hence William L Monk is Chairman of a committee that will visit Washington and the convention that meets at the national capital next Tuesday will very likely select Mobile- INSPECTING FIRE APPARATUS Fire Chief Tim Lehan and Mister Mechanic Joseph McDevitt left flues day for ElmIra N Y to see the new automobile truck tested before it Is delivered to Louisville Assistant Chief Carroll is acting Chief In the absence of Chief Lohan and Capt Klrley of the No 1 truck is acting Assistant Chief in the Central dis trict HIGH CLASS SHOW The Ceclllan Dramatic Club recently organized in the West End ins fully rehearsed and will give an excellent presentation of the military drama The Midnight Charge at St Cecilias Hall on Monday and Tuesday nights Tomorrow afternoon there will be a free performance for the children of the parish LEADING IN DETROIT From the Church Notes in the ourierJournal of last Sunday we take the following In the city of etrolt Mich the one hundred and iirtyflve Protestant churches haveI 4000 members and the fortythree oman Catholic churches 150000 embers HELPING THEIR PARENTSI I Eighty per cent of the working girls of New York take home their sealed pay envelopes to their parentsI STREET AT NIOnTI The street at night is the school here the young are educated to be iloafers gamblers nightwalkers andI levee If you would have your children learn all manner of evil and become corrupt allow them to roam tbe streets after dark It is a certain road Jp ruinRev Henri Fanchot 04 OLDEST DAILY PAPBR The Freemaaa Journal published In Dublin Ireland will thin yeas lebrate the l50th anilrersary of Itsi foundation This K said to1le the oldest dally newspaper haOrtiritala n I IMY LAND She is a rich and rare land Oh shes a fresh and fair land She Is a dear and rare land This native land of mine No men than hers are braver Her womens hearts neer waver Id freely die to save her And think my lot divine Shes not a dull nor cold land No shes a warm and bold land Ohl shes a true and old land This native land of mine Could beauty ever guard her And virtue still reward her No foe would cross her border No friend within her pine Oh shes a fresh and fair land Oh shes a true and rare lanjdl Yes shes a rare and fair land This native land of mine Thomas Davis I SOCIETY 1 Mrs John Finegan of Coral ave nue had as her guest the past weel Mrs Brennan of Washington D C Miss Blanche Tobin of Frankfort was here this week visiting Col John H Whallen and his granddaughters Misses Elizabeth and Aleen Lav erty were last weok the guests of Dr and Mrs M K Allen at Pewee Val leyJ F Oetken and W Crisp re turned yesterday from Owensboro where they had been on a business trip Mrs Martin Donahue has returnee to her home In Crescent Hill after a visit of several weeks in Washington D C Mrs Roy Neighbors of Soutl Louisville has been visiting her mother Mrs Etta Munford at Eliza bethtown Mrs Robert Ramsey and baby Lucille have returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs August Krieg in Indianapolis Mrs John J Reilly of Philadelphia Is here on a visit to her father James Wolfe of 1126 Soutl Eighth street Misses Margaret and Mary Fine gan and Julia Burns of Clifton were recent visitors to Miss Sue Cox Ir Mlddletown Mrs Henry Wlnkler who was operated on at St Anthonys Hos pltal returned home Saturday and iIsI steadily improving Mrs G H Kustes and Misses Marcella and Elizabeth Kustes of Highland Park are at Martlnsvllle tnd for a stay of several weeks Thomas Sweeney and wife of Fouth Louisville are making an ex tended Southern trip visiting In Jacksonville Birmingham and Nasli vllle The many friends of Patrick Fine gan of 1039 South Sixth street will be sorry to learn that there Is littli improvement in his condition due ti I a recent paralytic stroke Mrs Daniel McCarthys many friends will be rejoiced to learn that she is now out of danger and rapidly recovering from a serious illness that confined her to her home on Burnett avenue for the past three weeks Mrs Henry C Bach of Racine avenue entertained Sunday evening In honor of Mrs Patrick Fallon and daughter Mary and Miss Mary Ouelda Mrs Bach was also hostessI for Mrs Alice Oeen of Bowling Green and Mrs Gus Bretz John Goodman and bride who was Miss Mary Visaing have returned from their wedding trip and will make their home in Jeffersonville where both are widely known They were married last week by the Rev Father Louis Hammer at St An thonys church Mr and Mrs William Lally 665 North Twentysixth street announce the engagement of their niece Miss Mary C Rupp to Patrick J Hyland of St Louis Their marriage will be solemnized at the Church of Our Lady on Wednesday June 18 when Rev Father Connlff will officiate at the nuptial high mass and perform the ceremony Miss Rupp is a pop ular young lady of the West End and a favorite In her social circle The lucky groomelect is a resident of St Louis where he holds a re sponsible position with the Missouri settle railroad A reception at the Lally home will follow the church ceremony after which the worthy COlt pIe will leave for St Louis where hey will reside FOR AVOMANS EYE Tulle plaiting makes a fascinating rimming for the new figured crepe de chine gowns Black and white checked skirts are In high favor especially on account ot the odd coats Bright colored coats of silk tricot are worn over tulle and lace blouses by smartly dressed girls Fine Chantilly lace soutache and embroIdered tulle are uaed to trim silk and crepon sole toilets Little girls Russian blouses are gathered into shaped bands or held at the long waistline by a leather eltThe bolero over a lace blouse worn with a draped skirt makes a charm- Ing street costume for warm spring aysWhite lingerie dresses of voile epongeare being trimmed withI outache effects in white embroidery 011 tulle The simple summer dreeeea made to go into the tub have their skirts finely tucked at the top This gives he necessary width without being full newbld are gracefully and are an exeeHeat tylc far slender and medium stout cure I j ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee May III POPULAR COMEDY SIS HOPKINS j RETURN OF FAMOUS Play With a Thousand Laughs Quaint and Funny Characters Tuesday Thursday Saturday Matinees 25c- Nights and Sunday Matinee 25c 35c SOc PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnic Socials OutingsT- his beautiful Park has been KrenUy Improved and is furnished with perfcc equipment throughout Societies act i parties should consult the managcroen of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts HARRY DECKER Assistant Manager KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS1 Late News That Will Interes l Members Here and Else where iFortyelght candidates were Initiated last Sunday at Jasper Ind There will be about 160 delegate at the Ohio State Council in Toted next week Indianapolis Council will act as hosts to the State convention to beheld May 13 Denver Council last week had a most successful book social for the Indian missions The next quarterly meeting of the Supreme Board of Directors will be held in Montreal next July There were over 1000 Knights In Binghamton N Y when the fourthi was conferred on a class of 168 Bishop ODea made the principalI address when the cornerstone was laid for the new home at Seattle Between 500 and COO youths taxedI the capacity of the two Syracuse councils when they had boys night last week Within the past two weeks 20C were initiated at Masslllon Ohio followed by 100 last Sunday at Springfield questlonsIbefore the State eounclls will be thes removal of the headquarters fromt New Haven to Washington- CongressmanGocke was one of th speakers at the banquet that followed the initiation last Sunday at Wapakonlta Ohio last Sunday The Chicago degree team initiatedl 100 candidates for the Knights of Springfield Ohio who held the ban quet for the occasion Wednesday nightArchbishop Messmer has notifiedI the Wisconsin State Council that tht annual retreat under its auspices will be held at St Francis Seminary in Milwaukee the last week In June FIXE NEW CAPE David B Jarvey for many years located on Fifth street and widely known in Louisville business circles on Monday opened a new cafe at 427 West Jefferson street one of the finest in the city Dave has had long experience and will doubtless achieve success in his new place which will be characterized by a tone of refinement and clublike pplrlt that should make it a popular retreat for gentlemen There willI be a constant supply of chilled beer wines and liquors and cigars fo those who demand the best and1 addition an excellent business mens lunch Those who visit the new place aro assured a cordial welcome and hospitable treatment GONE TO REST St Louis Bertrands church loses another of its oldest and most highly esteemed members in the death of Mrs Ellen D Brophey widow of John Brophey whose funeral took place Tuesday morning Mrs Brophey is survived by one daughter Mrs John D Carroll with whom she made her home at 726 Zane street where she had resided for many years She was a native of Ireland and a devout Catholic woman whose example of a devoted wife loving mother and kindly friend will always stand out among her many beautiful characteristics Mrs Brophey leaves a legion of Friends to mourn her but they have the blessed consolation of knowing the reward of an eternal home is hers for her faithfulness to Him whom she served devotedly during her lifetime TIlE MISSIONARY ubllshcd Monthly at tho Apostolic mission House Catholic University WasbiBgtoBDOom cial Organ of tho Catholic Missionary Uniona Magazine Devoted to the Conversion of AmericaA to the Missionary does not mean merely a cold busi ness transaction of which you and the editors are the only ones to derive benefit Not Your subscrip UIpn provides you with an excellent monthly magazine tis true but It also aids us in carrying on the work ofr winning souls to God and you become a sharer in this pobleet of all works Surely you can do nothing hat is better calculated to win for yourself the compassionate Heart of HIm who prayed so earnestly that aera might be but One Fold and Shepherd IDo not delay Subscribe now that 1 C TRANSYLVANIAESixth Floor Paul Jones Building NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB I SPRING Thirteen Days Racing Beginning Derby Day Saturday May 10 and Ending on Kentucky Oaks Day Saturday May 24 THE AND FREE FIELD MAY 10 Debutante Stakes Tuesday Tobacco Stakes Thursday SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE RUN AT 230 P M PAYS TO BE A LOYAL MOOSE Fac Simile of Warrant Drawn For Benefit of Member in Distress This check was paid to Brother William Z Stuck of Omaha Neb a young man who was sick nine weeks with typhoid fever and had free medical attention at the Swedish Mission Hospital attended by Dr John E Simpson lodge physician It should prove an object lesson to the young men of Louisville and vi cinity We quote another No one can verses befall him it extends the tell when misfortune may knock at his door and how many there are who do not have protection for them selves in case of sickness accident or catastrophe or even when out of employment The L 00 M extends this helping hand Against all of the ills and discouragements to which man is heir it is a tower of protecting and abiding strength misfortune overtakes a brother IfI sickness or accident or business SAVE-r YOUR TEETH ANDMONEY I have decided to continue these special prices for this month FULL PLATE400GO- LD CROWN300POR- CELAIN CROWN 300 BRIDGEWORK 300 ntsm the workingmans dentist and workmanship guaranteed Teeth examined free and will tell you in advance Just what your work inilthe cost Have Impression Ilsame dayg teeth DR FORESTNER DENTIST458 SOUTH FOURTH ST OVER TAYLORS DRUG STORE NEAR WALNUT Office hours 8 to 8j Suudays 9 to 1 LadyatteDdantI IIFOR A LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor go to WM F MAYER 413 W MARKET ST BOSSESONfuneral and Embalmers S1O F3iD1HR AVBNUT liaheae 1022 yoU may rend the stirring accounts of Missions to nonCatholic and the Interesting storie or conversions to the true faint- Jfelaecriptba priee ee dollar a yearn I helping hand It teaches charity love and mutual aid The Loyal Order of Moose assists you in your work aids you in your business gives you pleasure in health takes care of you when you are sick or injured buries you when you die and extends the helping hand to your wife and family after wardNo fraternal order In existence possess a more beautiful or ennobl jl Action 403 Reese City INSURANCE co I MEETING I KENTUCKY ing ritualistic ceremony No man can take its vows and listen to its instructions without becoming a better citizen a more devoted hus band a more affectionate parent Jay special the charter fee is now 5 later 25 Benefits 7 per week sickness or accident 100 funeral and free medical at to members and families The social and fraternal features are Dues seventy five cents per montll No assess an today and save 20 Join now and protect your family The free medical attendance is alone worth more than the cost N WALDO KENNEDY National Director 604 Kentucky Title Phone City 2023 P O Box 356 Open and evening MOONLIGHT EXCURSION I ISLAND QUEENUNDER AUSPICES OF THE DELMONT CLUBThursday May 15 Thursday 22 Boat leaves Foot of Fourth Street at 8 p m TicketsAdults SOc Children 25c NS444N11KNWSNi4NSSKSNN1N f THE Bi w STORE be in the mind of every house IIShould when they need i Carpets Rugs and DraperiesO- ur Market street location makes it possible sell the Highest Class Goods at most toIIprices We know that you can do better at if look foryou good Hubbucros Wellendorff I MARKET STREET a 1sN0 eMaN NNiel NaijPNfi- INNNMOTIIERSBREAD FOR GOODNESS SAKE EA Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South 4 EXPERT PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING Voicing Regulating Prof Walter Klaussner SOUTH SECOND Ph9e 71M r nf CASUALTY DERBY dispensation tention exceptionally strong mentsSign application Building day May II merchandise 522524 WEST eNaWNI IKVI you beye an daeariea that win trepan saa for WI ST XAVIERS COLLIDE 112 W SroMway lomliTlU Zj BrothersClaJialaCRr a dyeNeaDar- n 4 H I 0 lfe ENTUOKY RISH AJMERIOAN0 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JT J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S Basi lYlsiklIJ Strt a iIeeI eu THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 Allcalls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions i 1225 WEST MARKET STREET GXXffKtt QmGe Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Noti- ceSTREET809 W JEFFERSONIv TELEPHONE 810 D J DOUGHERTY S 1 McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers- Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t tt Otj- DFORTUNABOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO MM 1r A J ZMOORPORATXD DISTILLERSWINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS 1 t t flNE WINES CHAMH4CWE ALL KOLE345 West Green Street LlQUUas IYGAXUT4r x ++ +Y DR J T CHAWK I J Veterinary X Infirmary 71 3715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET X TelesCumh S 299 Near City 2399 Yt oO y tBE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield By IIq c HH IrL j1 All the late and Pew Styles and Shapes pricMCanaad HERRMANN BROS IHFORTBRS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal en te FiiMt Brands ef KM tvckyWl1l1klet eapelally Pearl of NelsonBOTTLED IN BOMD TtfcsttM 1IM M4 Mini STR8T JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market St HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL WORK GUARANTEED CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Ctf Thud eat 8r B Sti We faralih the home cent ptotc M My patIW CALLAMAN Mgr ki8 ft NNi HE GIOUPTM Advance Sale of Wash Goods and Linens Come In and See These New Materials We Know the Prices Are Low New White and Colored Wash Materials For Early Spring Wear IMPORTED WHITE RA inches wide with IITINE40 borders this sea popular styles j regu Ii85ciIi I 98clI II75clII II25clIIborders values up to 119 special per yard 85th N N NNNNNWS 1N1 HIBERNIANSI What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes A new Ladles Auxiliary Is being organized at Lincoln Neb The Connecticut State Board will form divisions at Norwalk Shelton and Newtown National President Regan and Na tional Treasurer Maloney were In Chicago last week Our next big event will be the annual outing and reunion under the auspices of the County Board The field day proposed by the HI- bernian Social Club will meet much favor and should prove a success Ladies Auxiliary 8 of St Paul gave a card and dance party last week that added 145 to the treas ury County President Connelly will be a welcome visitor at division meet Ings to be held the rest of this monthThe euchre and dance of Division 2 was a decided success There was a large attendance and all enjoyed themselvesConnecticut has several flourish Ing juvenile divisions They will become good recruiting ground for adult divisions Young ladles and matrons of the auxiliary at Pueblo Col have se cured Congress Hotel for their May dance and reception Good work Is being done in New Hampshire Divisions and auxiliaries arc increasing their membership and meetings are all marked by some so cial feature The Ladles Auxiliary will give their select calico hop Monday night at Schrelbers Hall and they invite the members of the six divisions of the Falls Cities and their friends to be their guests on this occasion The State and county officers as well as the officers of the eight divis ions attended the sixteenth anni versary celebration of Ladles Aux iliary 1 of Indianapolis A large number of people enjoyed a hos pitable and delightful entertainment Hibernians will have opportunity to spend a most enjoyable evening Monday at the calico hop party pf the Ladies Auxiliary The young women of this sterling society have been foremost In local Catholic af fairs and their friends should fill Schrelbers Hall to overflowing The meeting of Division 1 on Tues day night was poorly attended and therefore the business was only of routine character President Tarpey will take steps to have a rousing meeting on the first Tuesday ih June when several matters of real Importance will be disposed of SEASONS FIRST FESTIVAL The young men and young ladles of the congregation of St James church Edenslde avenue and the Bardstown road will give the first strawberry festival of the season on the afternoon and evening of May 28 There will also be a euchre and lotto party in the school hall The fundforbeingbuiltREOBLIGATED Members of Holy Trinity Total Abstinence Society of New Albany the oldest and strongest in Indiana were repbllgated Sunday at a meeting of the society at Holy Trinity church the Rev Charles Curran administering the obligation Members of the society renew the obligation an MayThis bythela Longcloths and Soft Nainsooks ENGLISH LONGCLOTH Chamois finish 36 inches wide 12 yards to the piece 125 I value piece special J8c EXTRA FINE QUALITY ENGLISH LONGCLOTH 36 inches wide 12 yards in the piece regular 185 grade special per piece S149 SOFT FINISH ENGLISH NAINSOOK Beautiful quality and finish 36 inches wide 12 yards to the piece 198 quality special po piece 1491 40 INCH SEA ISLAND SOFTFINISH NAINSOOK Usually sails at 239 for 2 yard length special per pIece 175 FINE EGYPTIAN SOFT FINISH NAINSOOKFull 40 inches wide for fine under garments and infants wear usually sells at 275 special piece 2251I NAN NNNNNNI NNNr 0 NN4+ N 0 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas WTarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu IckFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArrjs Henry McDer= mott fww v Sentinel John Keaneg DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefe Financial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION s Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourlgan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial Secretary John J Hes elon Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArms John J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J anganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far ellSenUnelM J McDermott Y liJ x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank O Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn ton Second Vice President John J Lynn Financial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn It BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry T Kibbey TreasurerSebastian Hubbucb Marshal Fred Schuler Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat Mf AWFUL DEATH Thursday night of last week Mr and Mrs John J Sullivan of 1301 East Brecklnridge received the sad news of the death of their son Harry A Sullivan at Columbus Ohio Young Sullivan was engaged In a carnival being held in the Ohio capital and his death resulted from Injuries sustained while diving 100 feet into a tank of water His remains were brought to his home and the funeral was held Saturday morn Ing from at Aloyslus church Harry Sullivan was twentynine years old and his untimely death is deeply mourned throughout the East End where he was widely known and well liked Besides his parents he leaver four brothers Adam A Robert J andtwoand Mrs G B Powell a Readymade Sheets and Pillowcases HEMMED BLEACHED PIL LOWCASES Size 42 x 36 made from splendid grade I I selliIIiPLAINIii IiI42x36 always sellat20c special at value at 63c special each ing always sell at 79c special each f 14c I IIBEDII 48c II ilBLEACHEDil sheet64c ilw IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Dr P J OSullivan was elected Medical Officer for the Klnnltty district at a meeting of the Birr GuardiansIn the Quarter Sessions for Limerick Judge Law Smith K C congratulated the grand Jury on the continued peaceful state of the city The death of Peter A Lennon poster of Westport Workhouse Is much regretted The Board of Guardians appointed his widow temporarily to the vacancy At a special meeting of the Dub lin Corporation it was resolved to build the new art gallery on a bridge site across the River Llffey not far from OConnell bridge At the Convent of Mercy Galway the solemn profession took place ot Miss Margaret Farrell daughter of Thomas Farrell of Strokestown Most Rev Dr ODea officiated at tho ceremony Alderman James Nowlan who has been unanimously reelected Presi dent of the Gaelic Athletic Associa tion was the recipient of a vote of congratulation at the last meeting of the Kilkenny Corporation Miss Curtin who has been Post mistress In Drogheda for a number of years retired on pension on the last day of the financial year She was a very efficient officer and conducted the affairs of the large office there with ability The death has occurred at the Gorey Infirmary of Mrs Fanny KlnrellH at the age of 100 years She completed the century in June last She was a native of Croghan village and was popularly known as The Queen of the River The death has just taken place at his home near Charlestown County Mayo of a centenarian Dominick Coleran at the age of 104 At the time of the passing of the old age pension act he surprised the local Pension Commltee by establishing beyond doubt that his age was then 101 The death occurred at his res idence Commercial Quay Wexford of Capt Hugh McGuire an old and respected resident of the town Capt McGuire who was in his eightyfirst year was Mayor of Wexford on sev oral occasions and was a member of the Wexford Harbor Board up to tho time of his death The consecration of the Most Rev Dr Bernard Coyne D D as Bishop of Elphln in succession to the late Most Rev Dr Clancy took place In Sllgo Cathedral In the presence of a large congregation of priests and laity from all parts of the diocese Archbishop Healy the consecrating prelate was assisted by eight Bishops and many priests An alarming fire involving the loss of three lives occurred in Lim erick the premises involved being GeorgeClancynames of the victims are Peter McDonnell aged twentyeight awlat ant George Clancy aged fourteen MaryDalYpremIsesPatrick and John Walsh father and son had an almost miraculous LoughCorribwere conveying a cargo of turf to Cong capsized when within a mile thrownintooCong came to theirrrescue in a greatestdifficultymen whom he conveyed to shore ThIs ilathe fifth lire Lyndon has threeleers G f fRANK FEHR BREWING CO4- tNePPORAIED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR IIseveryone SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE XTi Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 1HE WIEDEMANNAICORPO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flam QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING COIt INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E PRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brew oJ 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPORATMD t BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER8 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVIIJt k cnas fl Roo6rsPR- AYER BOOK GO BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of th kind in the city Buks Magazines and Religious ArtIcles or Taar DMCHIFTIOX 434 West Jefferson Street BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Iieleotropa Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both PbJties 223 Albert F Tillman TAILOR Classy Suits lo order 2500 and up Satisfaction guaranteed Over five hundred styles to select from Room 9Whayne Building 414 W Jefferson St FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING- N W Ctner ftartk and JtifersM THE 2 FAVORITES of LoulsTlllei Particular Sellers TARPY SPECIAL IOc Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor Homemade Unionmade and the bestmade for the money Per tale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY t CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS We have just received five carloads 4 of Monuments ranging in price from 7500 to 20000 and + which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give IM a call at our warerooms 318329 West Green St New Muldoon Monument d CB THOMPSON 4 FLORISTI ONLY ONE STORm Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVBNUK Beth Ttpaeei 10BB All orders receive prompt aUntleS sad satisfaction guarant- eedDelightfulA Smoke PHOMB CITY 2310 FORT CLEOPATRA n 1Se GONDOLA k A L DOMED25 8 Clay S4r et nom L I ZEXNCOMJOKTST ER S AMERJCA ANNOUNCEMENT Chas C Foster 11J Announces Candidacy F- orJAILER 0 Subject to the Action the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 Do You Realize What Nicks Green Label I Means to You If not listen It means double premium value at TRADING ST AMP forour store or one GREEN 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 NICKS BREAD Its made under the strictest sanitary conditions by Nick Warisse Baking Co David B Garveys New Cafe 427 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Clublike and the tone of refinement are the charac teristics of this retreat for gentlemen Chilled Beer Liquors and Cigars for those who demand the best Business Mens Lunch Mt tt + icTYour Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best j JAMES GREENEI 425 and 429 East Market Street I H CONFIRMATION SHOES FOR CHILDREN 1 EMERSON Shoes For DUCHESS Shoes Ladies Treat Your Feet to a Pair These Shoes This Spring and Note How Different They Are From Any You Have Ever Worn They Are Stylishas Well as Comfortable SHOE FITTERS I TO THE FAMILY His of 44 get 427 Men For of VOLZ MICHAEL 336 West Market Si WNJNGSANDTENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mall promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST The Quick Meal Gas Range I 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 Quicjc Meal is easiest to keep clean and in fact leads all others in quality style name aud real mer- itGEHER l SON 215 West Market St I Y TOHN R PFLANZ Candidate For ReEleo ion JAILERJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 VOTE FOR ANDREW M SEAN FOR CITY TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 19- 13HARRYC NEMAN Candidate For ReElection CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 A 1tI ElWLERiF CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary August 2 1913 I have served you four years ai Sheriff and if you think me worthy of your sup port for County Assessor assure you I will appreciate it Primary Election Aug 2 1913 Dr H E Mechling CANDIDATE FOR CORONERSubject Chas W Milliken CANDIDATE FOR CITY TREASURER Subject to Action of the Democratic PartyI served you for four years as City Tax Receiver and being ineligible to succeed myself am of fering for City Treasure PEWEE VALLEY A grand euchre and lotto will be given on Tuesday May 20 at Trinity Council Hqll Baxter and Morton avenue for the benefit of the new St Aloysius church at Pewee Valley The afternoon games will begin at 230 and at night at 8 oclock Rev Edward WIBoes the zealous and energetic pastor who is busily en gaged in erecting the new church popes that many of his friends In the city will attend Unique and valuable prizes will be awarded among which I the country products will be a feature o CHARLES H KNIGHT CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATOR THIRTY SiXTH DISTRICT Subject to the Action of the Jemocratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913voh FOR George SchlegelF- OR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 MUIRWEISSINGER Candidate For ReElection For COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 1913 Primary August 2 1913 T J Russell Gaines Candidate For ReElection SUI VEYORJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party HUGH B FLEECE I CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY JUDGE Subjact to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary August 1913 DR CHAS MOIR CANDIDATE F- ORALDERlWANtOTED FM CITY AT LARGE Subject to Action of tho Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1013 BENSCHULMAN CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATESIXTH tmftttt tff FMt4InrtllSIItIlH4 SmMb W rii Subject to Action of the Democratic PartyII i Ii AI1WH t P S RAY Candidate For ReElection COUNTY CLERKSubject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 GEO W BERRY CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEEig- hth Magisterial District Composed of the Elev enth and Twelfth Wards Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 Primary Election August 2 1013 JOSEPH M KEYER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic party VOTE FOR SAMUEL W GREENEF- OR COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 Primary Election August 2 1013 Fred T Heffernan CANDIDATE FORI COUNCILMANTWELFTH Voted for City at Large Subject to Action of Democratic Party PRIMARY ELECTION AUG 2 1913 o j CRONAN CANDIDATE FO- RSHE RIFFSubject to Action of the Democratic Party CONFIRMATION On Pentecost Monday May 12 the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue will administer the holy sacrament of confirmation to fiftytwo boys and Rirlsat St Vincent de Pauls church Shelby and Oak street There will be a high mass at 8 oclock in the morning followed Immediately by confirmation benediction and tho Te- D um Father Thome and his as sistants have made every preparation Tor this day one of the greatest In the year at St Vincent ed Pauls a f I What the Club Plan Is a What It Means to You The Club Plan is an extended payment plan instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for joining for instance The membership fee on a 2500 purchase would bo 75c Tho membership fee on n 5000 purchase would bo 150 The membership fee on greater purchases would of course bo In porportlon You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as tho first payment For Instance on a 2500 purchase you pay 260 down In addition to the membership fee making a total of 325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance In small weekly or monthly When you consider that goods bought on paymentsiichased at our cash trlces whether special more clearly see that our membership fee Is nothing in comparison with theaddltionat cost Installment houses place on their goods forlI the privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON TIlE CLUB 1LAN ifurther information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer IIOTJlER by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth t ii JPUNINCORPDRATED Ii 4NN1 d 0 4N11 1 A GOOD COFFEE FRESHLY ROASTED Thats getTRY3 Lbs For SOc Its the same quality that others sell 3 Ibs for SOc PHONE A TRIAL ODERR JOHN M MULLOYI9 Horn Phont 1313 Dliii W MARKET RTREET M TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAMVanilla Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY MNM NNt1iS S11 NNNISNNNI- e D AND MADE IN LOUISVILLE IIOIUGINT i iS I eIicious1KENTUCKYs I INCORPORATED 5 108 East Main St Louisville Ky 5 HOME PHONE G25G WNNN iMN1 4NSKNi1Nt1N1MKNKKW RIDE A BICYCLEHealth bnd Pleasure will be yoursyour financial surplus will Increaseyou will be more Independent you 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 OIron Works 217 WEST MARKET STREET IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY ENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated PlantLoulsvlllVA M J BANNON Pres Mgr IZv4AP BANNON JR VlcPrlS Tras H M WOLTRING Stcntary P Baanoi Sewer Pipe Co p Salt PipeBaanons for Steam Ceadalts Wall Copfatf Drain Tile Vitrified Street raving prick Fire re IrlckfGrateChimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk prick OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TBIBPHOMB B73 WORKS 13th and Lexington andMagnoIIa Ave Bet 9th and loth TBLEPUON8 2833 fq AIt y 1t e RAGTIME PLAYINGII Positively Taught in Ten tto Twenty Lessons Write For Booklet J FORREST THOMPSON 28221 Madison St StuWBee 2174 I tlJ 1 u t