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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t- lssPATRONIZE CREAGERS BUSINESS SCHOOL Second sad Brecklarldge 0 VOLUME XXXNO 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 24 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS INDIGNATION Aroused by Unreasonable De mands of Local Womens Clubs Ask imp Library Trustees For iloom For Their Exclu slve Use I Tlipy Use the Highland Brancht Library For Political Purposes 4 RESENT SUCH USE OF LIBRARIE- A great wave of Indignation and protest on the part of the people has been aroused by the demand made by a delegation of womens clubs at the last meeting of the Li brary Board that the room about to be surrendered by the old Poly technic Society of Kentuckythe former library organizationbe banded out to them for their ex clusive use The visit of the ladles came in the nature of a surprise to the old gentlemen who act as Trus tees of that institution as they were unprepared for the attack but they rallied before the ladies retired and gave them to understand the matter would be given due consideration Since then the board has learned In no uncertain language that the pub lic is entirely opposed to giving any organization the use of a room that should be at the service of readers generally It Is expected that addi tional protests will be made to the Trustees before they meet again on the second Wednesday in June Those who have been recently watching the tactics of the various clubs that have been afforded a lodging place In our public library buildings were not surprised however at this request for exclusive possession of this room A month or two ago a similar request was made in writing to the library authorities by the same organiza tions but the matter was promptly I referred to the Library Committee where It has since lain burled Re cent deevlopments In women club dom have been of a rather disquiet- Ing nature and It seems now the time has arrived to expose the mis t use these ladles have been making of a prlvilegathathaa been granted thajnjby the library officials An 1 JIJJl cUqPtEtlfdXIafter date the Highland Civic League an organization that Is composed of ladles residing in the Highlands met In the auditorium of the High land Branch Library and endorsed Hugh B Fleece for the Democratic nomination for County Judge at the coming primary Here Is the diplo matic way the ladles put the matter as recorded in a morning paper Unfortunately things have a way of happening during the summer months when the clubs are not meeting It Is sometimes necessary to look far ahead This fall as you know there will be the election of many officers In this city among them the election of a County Judge The County Judge Is the head of the Juvenile Court Women of the city feel a special Interest In this officeThen to show that they are not In politics the speaker Indulged In the following line of truly feminine reasoningIn next few weeks all par tics will have their nominees in the field We can not now endorse one more than another for election We do not yet know who the candidates of the various parties will be How ever there will be a Democratic primary In August and two Democratic candidates are already In the fieldthe Incumbent and Hugh B Fleece We shall not be getting Into polities by endorsing Mr Fleece as the Democratic candidate We are not promising to support him In the coming election We are merely urging that as a young man with the proper social Ideals he be nominated by his own party I believe It will be well for this club to go on record as endorsing Mr Fleece as the Democratic nominee Mr Fleece baa done social work he has the young mans interests and the young mans outlook He expresses the Ideals that we should like to see the Louis ville Judge of the Juvenile Court have The llady who made the motion next addressed tho meeting and fin ished her talk by saying I there tore move this league support Mr Fleece as Democratic nominee When the motlcltwas put to tho members It was carried unan imously Tilts action of the club was feat ured next day In the Heralds news columns as that paper goes in for the commission form of government and young men with proper social ideals but It has called forth enough protest In the other papers to show that the people resent such use being made of their library buildings One reader of an evening paper asks Indignantly What right has any body of men or women to use our public library buildings who take up and discuss nominations for office elthefbefore a primary or an election and then officially endorse curtain Individuals for office hibraryTrusteesde the main library to he used by these clubs as they expect to turn H Into an sptodate newspaper room where the J1aroonetion pt dally and weeklpbewepaparsiacluilas the Xentaeky hick Amerieaewill v be ettVrotr aeesruutdde ion It te 0- Ii t t Jf J J J I J i 0 i J rJJ v C 7 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I 1wing1 newspaper room is down In the basement In an apartment that Is not only badly lighted and ventilated but Is the most uninviting room in the building OHARA MONUMENT PLANS Work on the monument to be placed over the grave of TVeodore OHara noted as poet and editor In the Frankfort cemetery probably will begin shortly as a committee from the Kentucky State Historical Society visited Louisville Wednes day to confer with Lieut Gov Mc Dermott regarding the matter Plans for the monument have been underway since July 1912 and It was annourced Wednesday night that a general conference between Lieut Oov McDermott and the committee will be held In Frankfort during the of next week This JennieSC Morton Miss Sally Jackson and W W Longmoor Lieut Gov Mc Dormoct suggested a memorial to- Ur OHara last July and the lien tucky State Historical Society immediately began preparations for monument Col E H Taylor Jr who an a young man knew the poet desired to bear the entire ex pease of the memorial but was not allowed to do so The top of the monument will be in the shape of a harp On one side will be the first verse of The Bivouac of the Dead which was written at the exercises Incident to thfc unveiling of the State and national monument In the Frankfort cemetery HENNESSY ALL SMILES President John H Hennessy of Division 4 A 0 H Is all smiles on account of the awarding of the prize to the Limerick division by the County Board for having the largest percentage of members present at the St Patricks day entertainment the committee announcing the figures this past week Division 4 was attondapceblI Division 3 third with 25 per cent and Division 2 fourth with 19 percent Good natured rivalry was ex hibited by nil the divisions In the race for the prize and another con test is on for the division soiling the most tickets for the annual County Board picnic in July- ENJOYED LECTURE Members of Trinity Council filled their hall Monday night to hear the able and eloquent lecture by the Rev Charles P Raffo on the Bible Father Raffo explained how this great book was preserved how It was assembled at the Council of handIii Trinitys ball team was authorized to Join the City Park League and an nouncecmnt wan made that there would bo a smoker for the evening of Tune 9 The council has decided to abandon the river and Fern Grove this year and will therefore give Its annual outing at Phoenix Hill Park about the middle of July CONFIRMED AS POSTMASTER Former Mayor James E Burke re ceived word Tuesday from Washing ton that his nomination as Post master of Jeffersonville had been confirmed The new Postmaster waaI elected Mayor of Jeffersonville In 1909 and served until about a month ajjo when he resigned to accept the appointment tendered him by Con gressman Cox James Burke wasI born in Jetfersonville and has been successful In the coal business His father the late James Burke wasI Postmaster under President Cleve land The only opposition to hisI confirmation came from RevI Charles I Truby a minister who Isl alleged to have been paying moreI attention to petty politics than re I ligion Postmaster Burke will takejj charge about June 1 KENTUCKY HANDICAP Manager John Hachmelster has everything in the best condition for the big opening of the Douglas Park spring race meeting next Monday when the 15000 handicap the richest prize of the American turf will be run Among tile celebrated horses which are eligible for this event are Froglegs Buckhorn Rudolfo Ten Point Hawthorn Flora Fine Adams Express Frederick L Foundation Mis Majesty Col Holloway Hamilton High Private Gowell Christmas Star Donerall the Kentucky Derby winner and the unbeaten Judge Wright This rich handicap will mark tho beginning of what bids fair to be a wonderfully prosperous twelveday racing meeting at this beautiful plant and which will close the local spring racing season Aside from the Kentucky handicap the Memorial handicap to be run pn Friday May 30 the Speculation stakes set for Wednesday June 4 and tho Spring trial stakes carded for tho closing day of the meeting Saturday June 7 are all big feature events The latter with the excep tion of the Breeders Futurity P Lexington and the Cincinnati Trophy at Latonla will be the rich est twoyearold event run In Ken tucky this spring it haying a gross value at close to 5000 PATROLMEN IMPROVING Friends of Patrolmen Robert Bcanlon were glad to see him out this week and recovering from an Illness of rheumatism that confined him for several weeks to St Jo sephs Infirmary Patrolmen Mike Sullivan and James OMara who sustained injuries while on duty llast week bave recovered and are again 6iT duty During the past few days then was some Improvement n theI condition of J T Mhrphy who hfcr been on the sick list for several weeks 0 NATIONALISTS Hold Most Successful Convention in Their History In Dublin r People Everywhere have Faith In John Itcdntoiid and Ills Party r Triumph of Home Rule Beyond Any Chance of Doubt or Disaster ORANGE LEADERS WITHOUT HOPE Hon T P OConnor M P noting the deadly fight over the war spoils between the Pelican allies which threatened the peace of Europe and now offers a new problem for the Powers to solve cables the following cheerful view of the political situa tion in Irelnd and the triumph of home rule Our politics at home is characterized by a tranquil pause which al ways comes with the departure of Parliament on holidays and most of the Ministers are in temporary retirement But politics goes on all the same In Ireland The National Ista of Great Britain held at the end of last week the most successful con vention In their history They were given generous hospitality by the Lord Mayor of Dublin and all glowea with the enthusiastic hope of seeing the accomplishment of their unself ish work for Ireland Presiding as I have for thirty years over their convention I have noted the same extraordinary difference In manner language and even in dress that are also shown among the Irish people a home In view of the fact that Ireland was created by land and other reforms won during the last quarter of a century in Ireland It self the people are quietly confident and everywhere are demonstrating their faith in Redmond and his party by enthusiastic meetings and large subscriptions to tho National ist war chest B Already speculation Is active as to the price the now Irish Government will have to pay the Bank of Ireland for restoring the beautiful building In College Green to the new Irish Parliament Great schemes of new bousing to attolish the hideous slums and horrible sweating of Dublin and 9Wit lnf ilntftl ilil 1ds fJ j the menw o wl1 constitute s eW Irish Government In short the triumph of home rule and the open Ing of Parliament are now discussed as events which have passed beyond all chance of doubt or disaster Orangelsm meantime has got a straight tip from England that Its quiescence for several months is do Ing the Tory cause some harm in England and once more all the old paraphernalia has been set in motion to stir up strife and disturbance in Ulster Now a newspaper has sent a special correspondent whose articles however are consciously or unconsciously a revelation of the absurdity and hollowness of the whole campaign Sir Edward Car Eon starts anew campaign this week and may perhaps Indicate what are the practical steps by which he proposes to carry out the programme of armed resistance to home rule It is now conceded by him and other Orange leaders that no hope of defeating home rule In England Is possible All the Irish Tories bitterly complain that in England they j can not get audiences eyen to listen to their Imaginary terrors for their I religious liberties under home rule t Two byelections in England are helping to make events lively during the vacation It is a remarkable I fact that in neither contest does either side dwell specially on the J home rule struggle In the New J market division of Cambridgeshire which outside of Newmarket the capital of English sporting events consists of a great agricultural I population the insurance act wages of laborers and land reform exclude all other subjects Imported Orange missionaries confess they can not get even a hearing This election In which the Liberal candidate is himself sprung from the soil and spent his early days working as a laborer reveals the big hold the question of land reform has now taken on the imagination of the English countryside and Indicates that LloydiGeorges instinct was sound that this must be the next work of the Liberal party S1CRED HEART CHURCH Tomorrow morning a large class of children will receive their first holy communion at the Sacred Heart church Seventeenth and Broadway at tho 730 oclock mass These little people have been under in struction for several months and fhe pastor Rev Patrick Walsh may well feel proud of the results Inthe afternoon the May devotions wlli elope with beautiful ceremonial and p procession of the sodalities Monday morning the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue jvlll visit this church and administer the sacrament of confirmation ASSISTANT AT OWENSBORO Ror Father GuIdo Mensa who last Sunday i celebrated his first mass nt St harlesBorromeochurch has been Appointed assistant priest to 1thp Rev Father Edward Fitzgerald vaster of St Paulal church at Owens boro St Charles church was thronged at the high jnses at addi tional Interest was lent to tfci aK 0- t r emu services by the fact that also the anniversary of the CharleIItion ot the handsome new and the ordination jbf Father P Raffo who founded the parish Father Raffo preached the sermon which Is pronounced one of tho most forceful and eloquent ever OMvered by him SILVER JUBILEE The Rev Engelbert Schnlltt one of the most pious and zealous priests in the diocese will tomorrow celebrate privately1 at the Convent of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd the twentyfifth anniversary of his crdlnatfon to the priesthood Father Schmitt was born In this city Oc tober 21 1863 and as a boy attended St Boniface church where he made his first communion Anxious to give his life to the services of God he began his studies at the Franciscan College In Cincinnati throughStPark Seminary near this city and St Melnradp wtiere he was or dained May 31 1F88 for the Omaha diocese by the Right Rev Silas Chalarrl D D Father Schmitt cele brated his first mass with great socmnlty on June 3 following at St Boniface church the Rev Ubald Webersinke being then the pastor The zealous young priest then be gan his work In tils new field with almost phenomenal results Sta tioned eight months as assistant at Chadran Neb and attending eigh teen missions he was made pastor at Blair where he built a fine frame church While tills was being built another was erected at Tekanah Neb Through Ills efforts churches were also built at Ponca Montrose Whitney and Gordon At length a yearning for old Kentucky showed forthandtFathe SGhmltt came back ylVjI tir he at ailed several mis- sI 1he earilwRsstO tloned at Paynevllle Meade county His health failing lie was trans ferred to the Convent of the Good Shepherd Eighth and Madison Streets where he has been chaplain sInce October 1902 During all these years with the exception of the eight months at Chadran Father Schmitt has had his good mother with him and tomorrow they will have the great pleasure of celebrat- Ing this silver jubilee together Father Schmitt Is an active worker and widely known and Is ever ready to go to the aid of his brother priests when assistance Iis needed in the confessional or on the altar Many who heard him say his first mass and others who have profited by his priestly ministration will prayI that God may bless him and his work HEAR SAD NEWSI With grief and sorrow In Bowling Green and Louisville WES received the news of the death In Ireland ofIJohn F Murphy an aged and respected resident of Mayo who succumbed to the Infirmities of old ageIBesides his wife he leaves six chil dren three daughters and three sons who are Mrs James Connelly of Bowling Green Mrs John McIMenus and Miss Ella Murphy of StILouis Joseph William and John Murphy The deceased was a i brother of the late Margaret and William Murphy of Louisville andII f brother of Mrs Margaret Cummings who also survives him He was a devout Catholic well known in County Mayo and made friends wherever he went The many friends who mourn his death extend sympathy to the bereaved wife nndI children COUNTY BOARD PICNIC The annual pbnic of the County Board A 0 H will be hold atI Phoenix Hill Park the latter part of July and County President W J Connelly has appointed the following committee to arrange the prelimin ary details Thomas Keenan James Welsh John M Maloney and John J Barry The board will meet next Friday evening at Bertrand Mall and hear the committees report REMOVED TO HOSPITAL James Cain one of the most pop ular firemen on the Henderson route was on Tuesday removed from his home 1230 West Kentucky street to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital suffering from an Illness of typhoid fever Thursday his con dition was reported somewhat im proved and it Is not thought he Is in serious danger TRIPLE BENEDICTION There will be benediction of the Blessed Sacrament tomorrow morn ingot each of the three altars at St Louis BertrandV church when the Corpus Chrtati celebration xlll be eIlIanltla which the Holy Name S elety and other ehureh societies wilt take part Intheproeeeelon The Mrrie vill HttaM1tU oefoek c I r I PROGRESSIVES Expose Weakness by Filing Sui to Test the New Pri mary Lw Short on Possible Candidates andl Would Dlit Into Democratic Hanks Humor Injected When FoxsI Itactf1 Against Shcrley Is Discussed CAMPAIGN MOVING SMOOTHLY The latest turn In local politics the result of which will be watched with Interest all over the State is the filing of a suit by Attorney Charles B Gardner against County Clerk Pros Ray for the purpose of forcing the latter to place Gardners name under the Progressive emblem In the coming primary he having registered as a Democrat last year but now aspires to be a candidate for Representative from Jefferson county under the Bull Moose emblem Attorney Gardner now being President of the local Progressive organization No matter what the outcome of the suit the weakness of the Progressives is shown in the at tempt to knock out the Eaton Thompson law the local Progressive leaders realizing that It is a hard matter to select strong candidates from 8500 registered voters when half that number were colored and when the latter half are barred from participating in the Bull Moose councilsEven If the courts decide that section of the law invalid which compels a man to be a candidate only In the party which he affiliated In the preceding registration the Progressives will still find them selves in the middle of a bad fix as giving them the privilege of select Ing their candidates from the 23516 voters of the Progressive ticket here last fall would still leave them handicapped as everyone knows that 60 or 70 per cent of that num ber were Teddy Roosevelt admirers and the bulk of that vote was con fined to railroad employes here As an illustration it is heard at every Progressive meeting how Fox ran Congressman Sherley a close race and he is introduced as the man Who ratkfllierley off his feet this beliiit1u fcr Ugeruonn1lstu den + ot the political game here of any party as everyone knows that Fox running against Sherley at normal times and without Roosevelt to tie onto would be quoted at bigger odds than Done rail the Kentucky Derby winner The campaign for the different Democratic nominations Is progress Ing nicely only one or two things be- Ing Introduced that would serve In any way to mar the cleanness of the race one or two candidates injecting personalities and In one or two in stances are indignant that they should have opposition not seeming to realize that no man Is greater than the Democratic party and their personal ambitions should be sub servient to Its success Another In stance is the circulation of an anonymous attack on George Schlegel candidate for County As sessor the cowardly perpetrators questioning his union principles and not being consistent enough to use the union label on the printed card There Island can be no place for men ot tHat stripe In tIle Democratic party and If the men suspected now are proven guilty they should be exIposed and driven from the ranks There is no question but that the Democratic nominations are worth striving for ar proven In the caso of one of the candidates for a minor office he having served several years as a Republican wheelhorse and now modestly steps forward and wants a Democratic nomination showing that he realizes which Ilc the winning band wagon in the paradeAnother phase of the campaign is the attitude of a couple of down and out Republican politicians whoI are affiliated witll the labor move ment lint not as active laboring men only as professional agitators this class attempting to dictate the policy of the present candidates and also the administration In the latest instance petitioning tho Gen eral Council on behalf of the Even Ing Posts partners In the coal bust ness not realizing that the granting of the switch was a detriment to other workingmen who owned their homes and possessed union prin ciples in addition to being active workers DEDICATION POSTPONED The Gibbons Memorial Hall on the campus of the Catholic Uni versity at Washington will not be dedicated until the coming fall It Is the Cardinals wish that this cere mony not take place until the build ing Is free of debt and from present indications it looks as if this will be accomplished In the early part of the summer I MILITANCY DISGRACED John Dillon lIP had the win dows In his house in Dublin smashed by suffragettes last week while reading in his study He turned off the light and went to bed but the women wore arrested and fined In the Police Court one of them elicited from Dillon that he had been a life long opponent of votes for women But Inever voted against it In my til6 till militancy commenced he said Admitting that he had sinne rln the petition that Dr Jameson whe rlerlj sentenced for his famous raid b treated as a political prisoner he aided That was rebellion mil tancy is disgraceful I dont con Thtthe Police Court to give evidence and Dillon smilingly replied I hav boon here before The last time I was in the dock RECEIVES AMERICAN CARDINAL Cardinal William H OConnell Archbishop of Boston after a long audience with the Pope on Wednesday summed up the impres sion he had received In a compre- hensIve sentence The Pope he said seemed like a man who after a sleep had awakened fresher stronger revitalized Cardinall OConnell was accompanied to the Vatican by Mgr Michael J Splalne and Dr Slattery both of Boston who remained in an antechamber Mgr Sanz de Samper Papal Cham berlain conducted the Cardinal to the library where Pope Plus was seated at the writing table The Cardinal taking off his skull cap was about to kneel when the Pope stretching out his arm prevented him saying OConnell Comel ComeCardinal OConnell found the Pope rejuvenated looking In better health brighter and more energetic than when he last saw him at the end of 1911 Giving voice to this Impression to the Pope the Pontiff replied that he had been ill rather seriously but now was quite recovered and was feeling perfectly well although he would continue to take great care In accordance with the advice of his doctors During the conversation the Pope demonstrated his Intimate knowledge of conditions in the United States and displayed great Interest In the welfare of the American Government He referred- to the recent change in the adminis tration and also to President Wood row Wilson and indicated how much he had at heart the prosperity of the United States- SPLENDID MEETING Division 1 A 0 H held a well attended meeting Tuesday night with President Thomas Tarpy oc cupying the chair When the routine business had been completed Thomas Keenan Sr caused much en thusiasm In reporting the proceed ings of the County Board and the decision to hold the annual Hiber nian reunion and outing about the middle of Jully A number of mem assurSdDivisionmaking this the biggest event of the year Grant Kilkelly who has been suffering from eye trouble was reported still under the care of physicians but there is every indication that he will be soon fully recovered VWP FTAxifFE itY vj PARK r i r Fontaine Ferry Park Louisvilles favorite summer resort has opened the season most auspiciously and Its thousands of patrons are delighted to see Manger Bilger In charge which Is a guarntee that the high standard of the Park Beautiful will be maintained Manager Bllger has made numerous improvements this spring Including a swimming pool 56x200 feel and pronounced by Architect Murphy to bo the largest and finest in the world It is near Ing completion and will be opened about June 1 Another appreciated Improvement Is the Rest Cottage built exclusively for the Indies and pleasantly situated on the river front The vaudeville theater will this season present the leading attractions of the Keith circuit which embraces the best theaters In the country Natlellos famous band has been engaged for the season and will give tree open air concerts every afternoon and night As heretofore the popular custom of free admission during the day and all seats In the theater for ten cents will prevail but at night tickets to the park will be ten cent3- LOUISVILLE HERE THURSDAY Our Colonels will be home from their road trip to open up with Toledo next Thursday They made a good showing their biggest detri ment being bad weather Jupiter Pluvlus winning the series on them twice It was intended at first to switch the Toledo series which In cludes a Decoration day doubleheader away from here but the frost received at Indianapolis when the Derby day game was transferred has rode Owner Wathen strong for playing all home games here anti taking chances with the races for a rival attraction After tomorrows game with Kansas City the Colonels will jump to Indianapolis for three games returning home Wednesday night COVINGTON Hibernians throughout Kentucky feel the deepest sympathy for their State Secretary James McBreon of Covlngton and Daniel McBreen of the United States army whose ven erable mother died last Saturday at her residence In Covington Her funeral was held Tuesday morning from St Patricks church and the presence of the large number ot sor rowing friends gave testimony to the high esteem in which she wa held DESERVE TO BE EXPOSED Manufacturing industries and in terests that for many years have frequented Congressional committee rooms and maintained lobbies in Washington to secure the legislation they wanted can have no honest ob jection to showing how and when they are hurt by tariff revision If they attempt to deceive the country by dishonest clamor against acts of Congress and to rob their workmea by reducing wages on false pretenses they defterve to be eX oedJ I n r c EAT ROSA BREAD UNION MADP1 Labels Redeemable at Kirbys and IGe Store j RELIEF Will Bo Afforded Old Members ofeAmerica Triennial Convention at Wash ington Shows Orders Flue Condition Faithful Services of President Gaudln and Old Officers Recognized VICTORY FOR DELEGATE HUGHES After being In session four days In the Carroll Institute at Washingrton D C the Catholic Knights of America In their eighteenth triennial Supreme Council meeting elect ed officers on Friday night of last inMobileelected were FeUxGaitdenPresldentGedrgeD AnthonyMatre EHannauerSupremo TrusteesPeter Wall QuinnRrooklyn FelllrationJosephBerning HarrySelma McGInn ert who attended the convention arrived home the first of the week and are enthusiastic over the good dellberatlons changes were made In the laws theyII said but action was taken that members ered by the Supreme officers and In soonformulatpsible In a measure at least the relief soughtThe sessions were held In the Car bytheDelegateJfostdistinguished church dignitaries CatholicKnightsKentucky delegation wasp iiHi+ r1 to him Mgr Bonzano was pleasW vile 6ri I cljlWIln verfolgetLouls and Kentucky The reports of the Supreme offi cers were all satisfactory and shrwed a net increase In member ship since the last convention The Supremo Trustees reported that the C K of A held bonds In the reserve fund aggregating over 1021000 which nlacps the order ahead of all other fraternal Insurance societies This was confirmed by the insurance experts who addressed the conven tion and who expressed surprise that more Catholics do not take advan tage of the Insurance offered by the Catholic Knights of America For the purpose of increasing its field the Supreme Council will soon do vlse a membership campaign to be conducted by competent and re liable organizers Secretary Matrea report revealed the fact that the membership now Includes 1700 ladies and hereafter special atten tion will be given to organizing branches for women Major Gen Michael Reichert of Louisville reported the progress being made by the Uniform Rank now organized In a number of the larger cities This branch of the order Is now In better condition than ever before with bright prospects for the future Gen gestlons doubtless have good effect The sessions wero harmonious throughout and the Supreme Coun cil showed Its appreciation of the faithful services of President Felix Gaudin Secretary Anthony Matre and Trustee Michael Quinn by re electing the entire board of officers for another term of three years There was quite a lively contest be tween New Orleans and Mobile for the next triennial convention which resulted in a great victory for Deetate John Hughes who fought the battle for Mobile and won by a deg cisive majority LOURDES DUBLIN CARTHAGE The place of meeting for the next Eucharistic Congress Is not decided yet but three cities are on the list They are Lourdes Dublin and Carthago In Africa Concerning the first a congress has already been held there though it Is some years ago Of the second the claims are butCatholicoccasion with a will But as to the third the idea of gathering once again the Christian nations in this old center of civilization on the African continent appeals forcibly to the imagination of many w MACICIN COUNCIL The time of Mackln Councils meeting Monday night was largely taken up with arrangeemnts for the complimentary allday outing to ho given the members and their ram fifes at Stowers Grove on Thursday July 24 For this event the Social Club will prepare an interesting programme of athletic sports and exercises with numerous comic feat ures and a number of prizes will be contested for Dr J M Casper was present and delivered an Ad dress that was Muck appreciated r r r r KENTUOKY JLICIsu AlWERIOAN J 1 1IMERI6fINtiYofed to the Social and Moral 4iucemtmt ati Irish Aaerlcsai and Cufeollci Officially Indoned by Ancient Order of Hibernian Young Mens Institute and Cithotyc Knights of America l KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers 4 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 BoUrcd tt the LenliTlllt Poitottlc M StcondCU rutttr Ulreiiall ConmaaUatUM to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Ortei St Co UNIOH TRADES COUNCILLAESFF 1913LOUISVILLEINSTRUCTS 5IINISTER3 The evils of divorce are beginning the Presbyterians J rheto dawn upon tour sectional divisions of that sect have been holding a meeting iat Atlanta and according to the press dispatches an Interesting feature of Saturdays proceedings was the adoption by the Northern ossemblY of a resolution presented by ithe Committee on Christian Life and Work bearing directly upon Ithe divorce evil and making recommendations for the enactment of uniform legislation on marriage and divorce This resolution recommends that the ministers and churchI courts of the Northern Institute a campaign of education with the object of Impressing upon the people the sacredness of marriage and the evils of divorce and to arouse In the public mind a real cation of the need of reform Minis tern are urged to study the laws touching these matters In the sev oral States looking toward 1the introduction of Improved marriage and divorce laws This is a step 1 in the right direction and it may possibly follow that the Frcsbyteriat will soon realize that only the Catholic church holds the true position on this all important question and accept her lead AWFUL VICE PROBLEM Anent the failure of the numerous commissions to eliminate vice from our cities the True Voice points out that the root defect in the present method of dealing with this terrible condition is in the view that it IIs primarily a social evil for which society as a whole is responsible The fuel tnnt the vice of Impurity 1 Is a sin for which the Individual IIs responsible is left out of account Personal accountability for sin iIs overlooKed and the blame is placed upon conditions which are at most an occasion of sin No attempt iis made to reach the conscience of the x young or to Instill a knowledge of oeotintablUty to God for every word and action of llfev Religion as a factor for lnculcaUngrighT prln clples of conduct and making for right living is totally neglected by the social uplifters when It Is not openly scoffed at Instead of relig- Ion and the commandments of God we have now sex hygiene eugen- Ics find vice commissions These are advocated as the means to restrain human passions and to purifY our cities The uplifters woul have medical instruction on sex hygiene Imparted to children in our schools They would familiarly Innocence with vice in order Ito guard against the latter What supreme folly They would corrupt youth in order to save It They would teach the physical conse quences of vice with no reference to the moral and spiritual ruin caused by Impurity That Is a soda evil only according to the new teaching Is it any wonder that vice commissions find plenty to do Religion is the only force that can successfully cope with this awfu problem of vice As long as the conscience of the individual is neglected so long can we expect vice to flour- Ish The morality which consists lr mere respectability In not being found out can never be anything more than a thin veneer And sex hygiene and vice commissions can never reach the heart of the problem The conscience of the in dividual must be reached and Influ enced and only religion can do that Vice commissions can avail nothing while irreligion flourishes- CARNEGIE TWADDLE Andrew Carnegie who made his millions in this country but now resides and votes in Scotland has tho temerity to urge that the United States quit building battleships and devote the money to building embassy buildings abroad There is no record of Andy having given the same advice to England whose rec qrd for building battleships and Sreadnaughts leads all other nations This talk about peace and arbi tration is sickening in the extreme while we are surrounded on all sides by the frowning guns of a country that has ever bean the bitter enemy ot this republic FEARS THE LIGHT All will agree with the Omaha True Voice that the person who fears tie light of day who hides behind c anonymity while he attempts to Injure sufficiently characterizes hlmwlf Have YGuBoUedgentle ruder that the eireulatprs of ant Cfttholie literature always work la t l- I the dark They employ the mcthods of the sewer rat because they know their work is foul and they are at heart ashamed of it No wonder decent nonCatholics are ashamed of such vile creatures The Louisville Railway Company should extend its Chestnut street line to Shawnee Park From Broadway to Market street in the West End is too vast an expanse to be without street car services The two leading Presbyter bodies have agreed not to agree upon union until their 1914 meet And then they will again agree not to agree Remember that the appeal to passion excites but does not convince This has application here and now RECENT DEATHS In the death of Michael Haney on Wednesday at his home 168 North Campbell street St Johns church has lost another of its old membg rs He wase seventy years of age and the father of Misses Helen and Nellie Haney who survive him The funeral was held Friday morning Rev Father Schuhmann officiating at the mass of requiem Wednesday morning solemn re qulem mass was celebrated over tthe remains of Miss Frances Meier beloved daughter of Joseph and Mary Meier 2410 St Xavier street at St Cecilias church of which she was a most exemplary member liss Meier was twenty years old and was esteemed by the community where she lived and loved by her friends Many friends and acquaintances tender their heartfelt sympathy to Mr and Mrs Eugene Hohmann wbo on Tuesday suffered the loss of their bright fiveyearold daughter 1El nora Lillian Funeral services were held Friday morning at St Charles church Rev Father Raffo officiat- Ing at tho mass and speaking words of consolation to the bereaved par enfs With a requiem nines over the remains the funeral of Miss Anna Frances Kaolin was held Monda morning at the Church of Stf Frances of Rome Miss Kaelin was twentyone years old and rCllded 9h her father Joseph Kaelin 1905 Woodburn avenue Besides her father she leaves two sisters who with a wide circle of friends sincerely mourn her death The funeral mass of Hugh Ket ally who died Wednesday evening at his home 814 West St Catherine street was celebrated yesterday morning at St Louis Bertrand1 church of which for years he was at devout member He had many friends in Indianapolis and New York who will be grieved to learn ot his death Besides his wife he leaves one daughter Miss Mary Keneally to whom is extended sympathy The large circle of friends of MlsB jOtta Muhs were grieved to learn of her death Monday night at the homo of her parents Mr and Mn Fred Muhs 2002 Payne street She was born in this city and was a popular and highly respected youn ady Besides her parents she iIs urvived by three brothers and five Isters Her funeral took place hursday morning from St France of Rome church Rev Father Whit elobrating the solemn mass of requiem CATHOLIC WOMANS CLUB The Catholic Womans Club of his city Is much indebted to Jeremiah Bacon who generously donated 100 to the club in honor of Its tenth anniversary This gift lame as a most pleasant surprise the donor being absent from the country The Membership Committee calls upon the old members tc again renew their membership and belp toward securing new ones EUCHRE LOTTO SUPJJER The ladles of St Augustines church are preparing an elaborate menu for the supper which will be served jn connection with the euchre lotto and supper to be given next Wednesday evening in the school ball at Thirteenth and Broadway and a large crowd is expected to be present HEART ATTACK FATAL Michael J Wolfe thirtysix years oldI residing with his family in Park avenue between Sixth and Seventh streets expired suddenly Wednesday afternoon the result of an attack of- heart disease The deceased was employed at the plant of the Stand- ardt Sanitary Manufacturing Company Wednesday morning he returned home complaining of feeling m He went to bed and when his wlfo went to the room soon after dinner she was shocked to find him- dead The funeral will take places mernlng from St Louis Scr trands church AVERDIOK PRESENTED Senator Ollie James and Repre nlallve Arthur B Rouse on Mon y preaentedDr J A Averdlck of vington to Secretary of the In- terIer Lane Dr Arerdlck ii a can dldatefor the office of Medical K feree of the Bureau of Pensions a a SOCIETY M 1 QO Miss Blanche Tobin of Frankfort arrived Monday for a visit with trlende in this city Mrs Guy E Osterman of Vest Broadway has entirely recorerell from her recent Illness Miss Catherine Scannell has returned from a visit to Miss Mayme Donnelly at Springfield Mr and Mrs Harry Esterle rare here from Little Rook to visit P Kelly and relatives in Clifton Mrs W J Barry and son Watts left Monday on a visit to Mr Eartys parents at Kansas City Mrs Jamffs Fitzpatrick of Oak dale has as her guest this week her brother Owen Stovall of Colesbur Mr and Mrs W B Manning of the Boulevard are entertaining M and Mrs Sam Peters of Bardstowi Mrs W J McLaughlin who has been visiting In St Louis returned Tuesday to her home in the Highlands WlUlam p McDonogh the atlo nev has been in St Louis this past week attending the retail grove convention Mr and Mrs Charles OBrien and son Stanley have returned from a visit to Mrs William Thurman at Barren Run Mr and Mrs Janles A Kelly who returned last week from a trip to Panama are with Mrs Keller 2304 West Broadway- Miss Virginia OBrien Crescent Hill has been entertaining IIS9 Claudine Boyer a popular soclet girl of Madison Ind Mr and Mrs S Everlh 2933 Third street have been entertaining this week their nephew Willie Everln of Albany N Y Miss Teresa McDermott of 513 West Chestnut street has gone to Paris for a three weeks visit to her mother and other relatives Mrs James Sower and children returned last week from Frankfor where they were visiting her par cuts Mr and Mrs James ODonnel Patrick Finegan of South Sixth street who has been confined to hlB home for some time is now able to- go out and is improving gradually Miss Margaret Murphy of Port land entertained this week for ller guest Mrs J Donnelly who has TV turned to her home at Pewee Valley Miss Katherine Malone of the Highlands who is now with the Misses Gnus In Baltimore will visit al Atlantic City before returning home Miss Dora Lynch who was here visiting her sister Miss Lyon Lynch and her aunt Mrs Emmc Butler on the Grand boulevard 11as fetufed To her home atWest Point Tho many friends of Mrs T P Dignan will be rejoiced to learn that she is on the road to complete recovery after undergoing a serloui operation at St Josephs Infirmary Mr and Mrs Dan Lyons of Cllf ton have announced the engagemen of their daughter Miss Ruby to homas Jeffers of Brookline Mass Their marriage will take place in June William Glenn and wife of Oak dale and Misses Catherine Glen end Lucille Bywater have been vis- Iting at Faxton Tenn the guests of Mrs Glenns mother Mrs WJllian Butler Miss Abbie Chester and brother dmund Chester left this week on a visit to Deming New Mexico wirer the latter will stay for some time or iccount of his health as the guest rft relatives Mr and Mrs John W Flood ac ompanled by their nieces Misses aria E Darning and Nell Mullen vlll leave next Monday for New York and sail on June 3 to spend the summer abroad Misses Margaret and Anna Daley had as their guests last week Mr and Mrs M J Fogarty of Covington and W J North of Detroit In whose onor they gave a theater party fol lowed by a supper at Kleins Cart J Breckel of this city and Miss Eleanor Batcheldor daughter of Mr and Mrs James Batcheldor of Bloomfield will be married in June Both have many friends and their wedding will be one of the society events of the month Miss Alma Score oganlzed a sur- prIse party and gave a linen shower tQi Miss Mary Mullaney at her home 1034 South Sixth street many neat and appropriate gifts being in the collection The marriage of Miss ullaney to Clarence Buckman will take place the latter part of June The engagement of Miss Monica Johnson to John A Maguire is an nounNl the marriage to tako place at Holy Name church Tuesday June 17 with a nuptial mass The idetobe is the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs B S Johnson of Lynnhurst and the ospectlvo groom is a well known young man of South Louisville and Is connected with the Standard Oil Company A kitchen shower will be given In their honor next Thursday evening at the residence of Miss Mary Waldschmldt 600 East Chestnut I street SEES THE POPE An American pilgrimage of fitfy persons conducted by the Right Rev John Grimes iBlshop of Syracuse Y and of which Miss Louise Fackler of Louisville is a member was received Monday morning by CardInal Merry del Vat Papal S c- retary of State Bishop Grimes was afterward received la private audi eJte e by Pope Pius He fei tie f- lratLL ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sickness or accident Can you afford to be without this tcction proII American prelate to be received I since the Pontiffs illness He reported that he found the Pope look ing well in cheerful spirits and alert v TWIN CITY LEAGUE Only two games were played hi j the Catholic Baseball League last Sunday on account ofwet grounds the Champions defeating the Ken tucky Oaks and the Athletics win nlng over Babe Ryns Bruins Following is the schedule for tomorrow Champions vs Athletics Bruins vs Shamrocks Spring Bank vs Cadets all at Shawnee Park and Kentucky Oaks vs Hepburns at Cherokee Park The standing toI date W L Pet Kentucky Oaks 3 1 750 Athletics 3 1 750 Spring Banks 2 1 667 Champions 2 2 500 Hepburcs 1 2 333 Cadets 1 2 333 Shamrocks 1 2 333 Bruins I 3 250 TODAYS RACING The Louisville Jockey Club wl11 bring to a close today what w111 prove the most successful sprint meeting ever held at Church Downs Owing to the fact that tfhi Douglas Park meet opens Month there will not be any getaway of good horses and large fields are carded for the six races The event of the day of course will be the Kentucky Oaks for threeyearol fillies which will bring to the barrier the best horses running The card Is a good one and should attract a large attendance RECEIVED MINOR ORDERS Minor orders were last week con ferred on John Fallon of this city at St Meinrads Ind where he 1Is studying for the priesthood St Meinrads Seminary sent forth sevei young men for the priesthood one of whom was Rev Guido Mensa who was ordained here by Bishop ODonaghue and celebrated his firs mass Sunday morning at St Charles Borromeo church LARGE CLASS Tomorrow morning at the 9 o lock mass at st Anthony church Twentythird and Market street a large class cf children wl11 receive their first holy communion This has always been an event of the year at St Anthonys and tomor row will be marked with elaborate and beautiful ceremony REQUEST PERFORMANCE In response to numerous request the Cecilia Dramatic Club will repeat its recent dramatic success The Midnight Charge Sunday evening June 1 at the school hall Twentysixlh and Griffllhs avenue praises being heard on all sides foJ the hit scored 1Wsome of the cast Last Sunday Ei1ljng those comprIs- Ing the cast attended the concert given by the Catholic Choral Union CORPUS CHRIST Corpus Chrlstl will be celebrated at Sacred Heart Retreat tomorrow with the procession in honor of Ihe Blessed Sacrament through the grounds and the giving of benedic ion three times on altars erected for the purpose The procession will take place in the afternoon ST WILLIAMS iLast Sunday morning at St Will lams church a class of thirtyeight children received their first holy communion from the jiands Of the pastor Rev George Connor On Sunday May 29 this class and the lass from last year with some adults numbering seventy altogether will he confirmed by Bishop JDonaghue CATHOLIC KNIGHTS The Catholic Knights of America have secured Phoenix Hill Park for Monday Juno 16 when they will hold their annual reunion and picnic Committees will arrange an Interest- Ing programme while the Central Committee will endeavor to make it ai day for the Catholics of the entirety and their friends SOCIAL CLUB DANCE The Young Mens Social Club composed principally of members of the Shamrock Club til the Twin City League will entertain with another of their series of select dances at Utopian Hall next Wednesday evening May 28 The Reception Com illlce for this dance are E McKler nan G E Alvey and L P Reilly The Social Club announces their an nual picnic for Tuesday June 24I FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours prayer for the coming week will be at St Josephs church East Washington street With beautiful ceremony the services 1 will begin with high mass lomorrow morning and continue until Tuesday FATHER REDFORD RETURNS The Rev Father Redford the beloved associate rector of St Marys church in New Albany has returned from n most enjoyable visit to relatives In Evansville PROFESSION I Last Tuesday at the Sacred Heart treat two novices made their pro fcsslon the ceremonies belngsole- mn and edifying They passed their probationary period elsewhere but- w111I remain here for the next year FAVORS OUR SCHOOLS I The sentiment ia favor of Catholic I schools is growing Judge Gemmell I of Chlcagp says that the Catholic schools are far superior to the pub I 1Ie schools because they teach the I yong the principles of homor raor I lll and Industry I TRANSYLVANIAE CO E N Canada Genl Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY MB SPRING MEETING Kentucky Oaks For ThreeYearold Fillies Run Today Large fields will mark the programme for this closing day and will pro vide sport unsurpassed Crack runners are eligible in every race carded SIX HIGH CLASS RACES TODAY FIRST RACE RUN AT 230 P ML 15000 KENTUCKY HANDICAP TO BE DECIDED AT DOUGLAS PARKMONDAY MAY 26 1913 The most talkedabout turf event in this country Kentucky Derby winner Don erailand all other Derby cracks including the older and fleetest thoroughbreds to race at a mile and a quarter for Americas Richest Stake Brilliant inauguration of twelveday meeting Society will be there in dazzling array Memorial Day Handicap May 30 Speculation Stakes June 4 Spring Trial Stakes June 7 Reduced railroad rates from all Kentucky points TILTi 150 OAT STORE Our assortment of Straw Hats is the Ilargest in tows Come in and be convinced PAYING MORE IS OVERPAYS 236 W Market St 150 BILL STOECKLEIN PROP KNIlffiTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Ohio opposes establishing head quarters at Washington During the past year Indiana had a net gain in membership of 763 Nebraska halt eighteen councils with a membership of about 4200 Twentysix were glveiutheu three degrees on May 11 at Humboldt Kas Tho Now York State convention will be held in Auburn on June 10 and 11 Syracuse Council subscribed 100 for the flood Victims of Ohio antI West Virginia Four new councils were organized in Ohio last year and the order gained 1200 members About 2000 Knights attended the opening of the Pennsylvania State convention at Scranton Kansas Knights will hold a three days retreat in connection with their next State convention The State Council held at Indianapolis elected Thomas Marra of Jeffsrsonvllle State Warden Ohio has now 15210 members Fiftytwo councils were repre rented at the Indiana State conven tionOn the eve ot the Ohio State convention at Toledo ninetyeight can didates received the second and thirdOklahoma voted for removal ol national headquarters and the erection of a building at Washington to cost 1500000 The Indiana State Council voted for the transfer of headquarters also for the erection of the million dollar bUilding In Washington but against any assessment for the pur poseDuring the past two weeks large and successful Initiations have taken place at Omaha Creighton Nob Clinton Iowa New Orleans and other cities in all sections of the country SIX MONTHS FOR TEN CENTS Just to introduce our childs magazine into your home we will end it to you for your boy or girl for six months for ten cents The mild Apostle is a little Catholic magazine published monthly Twen yfour pages filed with stories and pictures for children Send us ten cents In coin or stamps for a six tenths trial subscription for your bov or girl Address The Child ipotle 1133 McCormick building Chicago Ill- CTIALLENGE ACCEPTED The New York Yacht Club has notified the Royal Ulster Yacht Club of Its acceptance of Sir Thomas Lip tons challenge for the Americas cup Sir Thomas has sent over several Shamrocks in an effort to win this trophy but always accepted defeat like the true Irish sportsman bile his countrymen in America mire his spirit and pluck they nevertheless hope the cup will resin here COPYING AMERICA The now Chinese republic Is COpy- Ing America The President of China- s a Catholic private secretary but the Chinese Guardians ot Bigotry are not trying to make capital out of the incident as they have been do lug at home The Chinese secretary Isi Also a priest which IB paraly InBly provoking S4N NMNNAO Ni N tNt e l i0N- dieODNEi S SAbtE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO INCORPORATED FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE Now is the time to fill your coal bin with our freshly mined Star Block Coal S400 PER TON2000 POUNDS Home Phone City 3101 Cnmb South OGGy ONTAINEFERRTHE Xtragood Vaudeville MATINEESC 1 Dc tr Free Concerts by Natlellos Band Watch for the opening date of the big new Swimming Pool SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP MILES FOR 150IJu 50 CENTS- On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 a m goes about seventyfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c PHOENIX HILL PiOpen For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings This beautiful Park has been greatly Improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management I of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts j HARRY DECKER I I Assistant Man- agerROGERS t I I Church Goods Company INCORPORATED 418 W JEEFERSON ST Importers of Vestments Laces Trimmings Religiius Articles Etc Wholesale and retail dealers In Pictures and Picture Frames Catholic School and Miscellaneous Books Chalices Ciborlum Ostensorla Sanctuary Rails Memorial Tablets Marble and Composition Altars ana FontsCrucifixes Candle Sticks Candelabra Stations Statuary Missal Stands Chimes Rosaries Medals Mission Supplies always fresh and new WHEATS FRIENDS PULLING I Many local fans are pulling for Brooklyn to capture the bunting In he National league principally on account of Zack D Wheat the cleanup hitter and crack outfielder who aUde his residence here during the off season Zaok Is now well up in tbeJ 300 hitters and Is lining em out dally CI SAVEYOUR TEETHANDKLrj 5w MONEY- I have decided to continue these special prices for this month FULL PLATE S4OO GOLD CROWN300POR- CELAIN CROWN S300 BRIDGEWORK fAS3001 I am the worklninnans dentist Material and workmanship guaran teed Teeth examined free and will tell you In advance Just what your work will cost Have Impression taken in the morning and get teeth same da- yDR FORESTNER DENTXST 458 SOUTH FOURTH ST OVER TAYLORS DRUG STORE NEAR WALNUT Office hours 8 to 8 Suudays 9 to 1 Lady attendantFOR IIFOR A LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor goto WM F MAYER9 413 W MARKET ST HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers CIO FEHR AVENUE Tkekne 1022 live you boy MI eaueaUoa that will icier teat fez llfs ST XAVIERS COLLEGE ill W SrMtwar liomlTUl JCjr Conducted fejr he Xaverlaa Brother aMieal SeteaUflc aad BIBours Preparatory Department Large lwineleg Peel Well 3quIppa oyna tea Tea Mderat Jaw tbir fe ENTUOKY rRISHAlMERICAN HOME PHONE 68 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS ss East iei iIn Street r nti 9iSi THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 i All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREET nrvWrW liranA- L W Smiths Son SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Noti- ceSTREET809 W JEFFERSONw TELEPHONE 810 D1 DOUGHERTY S1 MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTFu- neral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Cilli Answered Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREETit t t OL- DFORTIJNABOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CuIKOORPORATJm DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS t tFIVE WINES CHAIt1 + O 1E- LeAL I KaStreetII 845 West Green XJQUOKS iJU1anaJC f jj X + o i DR J TCHAWK i Veterinary Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TeeBboM CumbS299a HOBIB City 2399 te 4oH xeoo BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kx- o AU the late and new Styles and Shapes cria be found here at reasonable prices Call and see u- sHERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers aad Wboleaalel Deal1 em lo Finest Brands of Kea tacky Wkhkies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Tsis sisi Hit Ito S4XTN STMKt u- to 9 JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market St HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL WORK GUARANTEED CENTRAL FURNITURE GO Incorporated N W Cw TfcW aid Urun Sts We furmlsh the borne com pkte oa Miy payments WC CALLA1MAN Mgr Save Bcpt NlHN NNli NNOM M iHN N NF I IH AAt STRAUS F SONS G i rOUBTH AVCNUt tCOflCVWtO MARKET STREET i i Advance Sale of Wash Goods i iand Linens Come In and See These New Materials Wei Know the Prices Are Low i White and Colored Wash Materials For Early IIIINew Spring Wear WHITE KiA I TINE40 inches wide with new fancy borders this sea sons most popular styles regu I lar 100 quality special O pi cper yard iJ CREPEtRatinestborders values up toQO j 139 special per yard tOl WHITE VOILEWith neat ratine stripe 38 inches wide Splendid weight and quality 75cialC IMPORTED ENGLISH VOILESIn all the new stripes and checks designs and colorings regular 35c quali yard ties special per25c COLORED NUB RATINES In all the plain colorings also white with colored and drawn borders values up t08119 special per yard iJc HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Seattle Hibernians have dedicated their 75000 club house New York City has another promising division just organized on Washington Heights The Ladles Auxiliary has now a membership of over 62000 a net In crease for the past year of 2215 The May party of the Milwaukee Ladles Auxiliary nn annual event scored another gratifying success The memorial and field day exercises of the Philadelphia Hibernians will lake place in Central Park on May 30- Canadian Hibernians have an nounced that they will raise a schol arship for tile best student of Irish history at Ottawa University Hibernians throughout Louisville feel the deepest sympathy for Michael Sheehnn of Division 3 whose illness is now critical Plans are under way for new di visions of the Ladles Auxiliary In Philadelphia where the organization is progressive and prosperous Rev P Walshe offered a special mass in St Johns church New Or leans for the Ladles Auxiliary of his parish to mark their first anniversary Ladles Auxiliary 4 of Minneapolis added forty new members at the last two meetings and will strive to be come the banner diivsion of Hen nepin county The nine divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary in Indianapolis will hold a joint initiation tomorrow afternoon and confer the degrees on an un usually large class There will be a big Initiation un der the auspices of the Ladies Aux iliary at Newcastle Ind on June 1 The work will be conducted by tho Indianapolis degree team Pittsburgh Initiated 1165 mem bers April 27 and will have another class of 2000 for Juno 8 This ehnuld be an incentive to all other cities throughout the country The cornerstone laying of what will be the finest building owned by the Ancient Order In America will take place at Roxbury Mass next Saturday It will cost 125000 There will be only one meeting here next week that of Division 4 oh Monday night President Hen nessy requests that all members be present as the proceedings promise to be Interesting Editor Haltlgan makes nice and complimentary mention in the Na tional Hlbernan of County President W J Connelly and bride who was Miss Mary Butler who visited Wash ington on their wedding trip Hibernians and the Ladles Auxiliary have presented Bishop Dowling a beautiful and costly thrpne for St Aloyslus Cathedral at Des Moines They aslo donated up holstered sanctuary chairs and a vestment case for the Bishop Robert Irwin Cuslck is a young Hibernian that has arrived at the home of Secretary Walter Cusick 1397 Hamilton avenue Both the father and grandfather Martin Cusick are giving their time to the entertainment of the welcome young visitor UNDECIDED Father Damlario Leone pastor of the Church of the Blessed Virgin in Milwaukee for whom tis said the Italian Catholics of this city have offered to build a church should he come here has not yet reached a decision as to the change but says it lIB probable that he will aecept No matter what his decision rather Leone will not leave Milwaukee for several iaoatIL c Longcloths and Soft Nainsooks ENGLISH LONGCLOTH Chamois finish 36 inches wide 12 yards to the piece 125 piece value special9ge EXTRA FINE QUALITY ENGLISH LONGOLOTH 36 inches wide 12 yards in the piece regular 185 grade special per 149pieceSOFT FINISH ENGLISH NAINSOOKBeautiful quality and finish 36 inches wide 12 yards to the piece 198 quality special pojl A A piece vA + 4tu 40 INCH SEA ISLAND SOFTFINISH NAINSOOK Usually sails at 239 for 2 yard length special i ri e per piece JUlO FINE EGYPTIAN SOFT FINISH NAINSOOK Full 40 inches wide for fine under garments and infants wear usually sells at 275 fort ORspecial piece tyuuJ + + + 1 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu IckFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far roUTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArni Henry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keane Ir bivisio 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will llams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice PresidentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefe Financial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President John M Maloney Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretarYJohn J Hes elon Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J anganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far ellSentlnelM J McDermott Y Ad I MAOiaN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Frank G Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn tonSecond Vice PresidentJohn J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording Secretary John nBarry Corresponding Secretary Harry- T Klbbey TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch Marshal Fred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grate ia WORKING GIRLS HOME The Entertainment Committee ot the Catholic Womans Club will give a euchre and lotto party at the club neit Wednesday afternoon and even- Ing for the benefit of their worthy home for working girls and all are asked to do what they can to make the entertainment a success PEWEE VALLEY Rev Edward Boes Is preparing for the cornerstone laying of the handsome new brick and stonE church he is erecting at Pewee Val ley the date for which has been set for Sunday June 22 The pro gramme Is being arranged and will be soon made public When completed Father DON will have one of the finest rural ehurefces in the dtotew J KfIYCILi J 1 c LOWCASES HEMMED Readymade Pillowcases BLEACHED Sheets Size 42 andIIIII gradebleached Iat 12 special each 81 PLAIN HEMSTITOHED HEMMED aCjj heavylinenfinish uptoeach JLJLI BEST UTIOA PILLOW CASESPlain hemmedsize 42x36 always sell at 1 I 20c special at- HEMMED JUtl i BED SHEETS BLEACHEDII bed size made grade linenfinish muslin good value at 63c each special48 C t HEMSTITCHEDBLEACHED SHEETS Size 81x90 of a good grade sheet 79c64cspecial eachIRELAND e4 Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The ListQwel Urban District Council appointed Mrs iGleeson temporaryClerkClerkMost Rev Dr Foley turned the first sod a few days ago in connection with the erection of the new church in Edenderry The Kilkenny People states that owing to the absence of cases no Town Court has been In the Marble City for the past five weeks Arrangements are nearly com pleted by the Congested Districts Board for the purchase of the Barton estate at Glen and Fanad The Nenagh Guardians have elected Dr A P Kennedy of An nagh Lorrha Medical Officer for the Sllvermlnes dispensary district Quarter JudgeGreengloves there being no criminal busi ness The Newry Urban Council has adopted a proposal to square set with granite the greater portion of the quays at A cost of close to 20000 Derry County Council appointed DerryCoronercomprisingtheliberties of Derry byfourteenCountyCouncilin the Secretarys office Patrick Sheehan feather mer chant of Limerick died unexpect edly at his residence Ho was a puryeylngtradeot Newcastle West A farmer named Freely residing- at Ballyhaunis left his house to wcrk on his farmV Shortly after justbeyonddeath is attributed to heart failure At Galmoy County Kilkenny and In the surrounding districts the death of the late Rev Patrick Keoghan caused deep regret Gentle yet zealous in the discharge of his religious duties he was beloved by all Suicide while temporarily insane was the verdict of a Coroners jury at Ennis on Michael Coghlan baker and shopkeeper who was found hanging dead from a rafter in one DrumblggleDeceased sixtyoneA of accidental death was returned at the inquest on the body of Michael Reilly who was knocked down by a light engine while walk railwaylineLlsnaskea The body had been terribly mutilated The result of the polling for the QueensCountyby the votes of the members of the CourtHouseelectedThereGovernmentBoard inthoschemeforwhich recentlyare In CarlowGralgue Staplestown road and Granby rowsin Carlow ward LABBISHOP RYANS CHARGE Ryanaab i fRANK FEHR BREWING r CO1N- coPORAlEp k Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY SPECIALRrBREW y k fa Is Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE IVY Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THEI q WIEDEMANNyLtcoAroRATEn BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled BeersbSold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellentflai GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLSCITYBREWINOCOlit INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order- a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street BreV r508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTEtCOINCORPOR- ATIIDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUlSVlULn dW EXPERT PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING Voicing Action Itegnlaiiu Prof Walter Klaussner 403 SOUTH SECOND Home Phone City 7105 BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- heleotropaf Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phirtes 223 Albert F humani a TAILOR Classy Suits to order 2500 and up Satisfaction guaran toed Over five hundred styles to select from Room 9 Whayne Building 41411 Jefferson St FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson of 192 priests 158 churches and approximately 80000 Catholics Bishop Ryan was ordained in Louisville and this month observed In a most quiet and religious manner the twentyfifth anfljveriftry of his eon Mwritio A naiilteT of kIt mla tlvM art reddest eftkJa city j THE 2 FAVORITES of LoofsYilles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J Sc Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor Homemade Unionmade and the bestmade for thempney For sale at all dispensers of smokers TW TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET i MONUMENTStiWe loads of Monuments ranging in price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us- a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Ci- a C THOMPSON FLORIS1I ONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 632 FOURTH AV1ENUXB- etfc TIpkoMs te- Al orders receive prompt atteitiM sad satisfaction guaranteed A eJightfulSmoe PHOHH CITY 2310 FORl CLEOPATRA IOe GONDOLA A L POMEGB rsMt a r J ENTUOKY XRIs iL Alfixc2 i r Do You Realize What Nicks Green Label Means to You It double premium value atIf not listen means GREEN TRADING ST AMP forour storer or one each GREEN LABEL Also if youd rather one ProfitSharing Certificate Red Stamp for each GREEN LABELand above all the BEST AND BIGGEST LOAF ON THE MARKET Be sure and get NICKS BREAD Its made under the strictest sanitary condhions by Nick Warisse Baking Co wtwwo + V W T r I THE STOREIIIShould be in the mind of every house- keeperI when they need 1 j Carpets Rugs and Draperies toiiMarket street location makes it possible the Highest Class Goods at most moderate I1 IOu We know that you can do better at our if you look for good merchandise 1 Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff s I i 522524 WEST MARKETsiS we w4wwwwHNw wwww+wswS n + THE DUCHESS SHOE FOR WOMEN For dress semidress and outing wear theres a Duchess model built for you Duchess Shoes fit well wear well and haveLithe look All styles all leathers w a + Fw r 250 300 350 5110E FITTERSfi 336 Wesli MICliAELT0THE FAMILY VOLZ Market St 4 For 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 427and 429 East NN Market Street David BGarveys 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 I WNINGSANDTENTSi A large stock of ttnts 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 In all its majestic beauty and brilliant efficiency is beyoad 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 anc1h fact leads all others in quality style name and real merit GEHER eSONIsWeit Market tc n OHN R PFLANZ Candidate For ReEl- coionJAILBR JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election Vugust 2 1913 VOTE FOR ANDREW M SEA IFORCITY TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the Democratic 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 lYY EJMLER CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary August 2 1913 I have served you fouryears as Sheriff and If you think me worthy of your sup port for County Assessor assure you I will appreciate it I Primary Election Aug 2 1913 Dr H E Mechling CANDIDATE FOR CORONERSubject Chas W Milliken CANDIDATE FORJJ 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 offering for City Treasurer Primary Election August 2 1013 Win ML Duffy CANDIDATE FO- RLEGISLATURE FiftyFirstt Legislative District Ilevcfth ad Twelfth Wards Deuoerattaattyl n I CHARLES H KNIGHT I CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATOR THIRTYSIXTH DISTRICT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913vO rbiZ 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 J9J3 Primary August 2 1913 j Russell Gaines Candidate For ReElection SURVEYORJEFFERSON Subject to Action of Democratic Party HUGH B FLEECE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY JUDGE Subjact to the Action ot the Democratic Party Primary August 2 1913 DR CHAS MOIR CANDIDATE F- ORALDERMANVOTED FOR CITY AT LARGE Subject to Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 10- 13BENSCHULMAN CANDIDATE FQR MAGISTRATEjSIXTH MAUSTERIAL WSTRrCT CMifM4 if FMrtk rtWt S4liYr aid Sfrsstll Work SubJMt to Action of U D4wowjitfc Pazb r- iI l R A YII Candidate For ReElection COUNTY CLERK Subject to the Action of the Democratic 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 Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 Primary Election August 2 1018 JOSEPH M KEYER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action pf 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 AUG 2 1913 C j CI OKT K CANDIDATE F- ORSHERIFFSubject to Action of the Democratic Party Chas C Foster CANDIDATE FOR JAILBRJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action ot the Democratic Party WILLIAM E HOLLEY CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT SulJ et to Aetion of the Dtvoeratle Party O r v iihlltTM Nt 0 liNajltMllili What the Club Plan Is What It Means to You The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent ot the amount of your purchases for joining for instances Tho membership fee on a =GOo purchase would bo 75c t Tho membership fee on n 5000 purchase would be 150 Tho membership feo on greater purchases would of course bo in porportlon You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For instance on a = 2500 purchase you pay 250 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 payments When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are pur chased at our cash prices whether special or regularyou will more clearly see that our membership fee Is nothing in comparison with the Additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for I the privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND j HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB PLAN ifurther information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer IIOTlmR by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth f M IINGOAPOAATEDI ON5 mNtliOH NNNO Ii AROGOOD COFFEE From Mnlloys You Go to Your Business Happier TRY OUR SPECIAL GRADE 3 Lbs 80c Same quality you are paying three pounds for 90c JOHN M MULLOY g Homt Pboat 1313 sal D W IVIARJCIET STREETon TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAMVan- illa Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY KNwww1N11wN11wV1wN NwVKNS1 1VNwNVwNw 1N41M s ORIGINATED AND MADE IN LOUISVILLES 1 4 si i ii- ii i i FIVE CENTS si i Founts Cafes and Bars The Drink Delicious i i KENTUCKY SYRUP AND BOTTLING COMPANY iS INCORPORATED J 108 East Main St Louisville Ky iROME PHONE 0250 r w+w+++ wwww wwwe wwwwe + tiwew RIDE A BICYCLEHealth hnd Pleasure will be yoursyour financial surplus will Increaseyou will be more independent you can go and come when you please But get a good Bicycle one that will stand the test Get a Greyhound Bicycle Sold by us and used bysatisfied riders for many years Wire and Oiron Works 217 WEST MARKET STREET IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get tilt BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANOPACTHRBD BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated Jut end River Both Phones 2347 Also operating Hoosier Wall Plaster PlantLoulivlll Kv JefTcrionviHc led Phone 85J M 1 BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRINO Pns fi Mar VlciPris Trial Stcritary FFR Bainon Sever Pipe Co Salt Glazed Sewer and Cmlvert Pipe BaBBoaa Patent Lidded for Steam Coadaits Wall Co Drain Tile Vitrified Street Parlmrf Brick Fire ProoRag Flae Lining Fire Brick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Cfay- Cbizaey Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TBIBPJ10NB 873 WORKS lath and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet ptfa and loth TELEPHONE 2833 rd JtA lL dbAtAieta Ragtimebooklet PLAYING PIANO JEOMEST TKWPSON 2822 W Kale Sitw 2174 f