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PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second aid Brecklarldge VOLUME XXXNO 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 31 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS HYPOCRITICAL Policy of the Evening Post Again Shown in Editorial of Thursday Wily Editor Cunningly Spreads r Screed of the Notorious Menace Still Pursuing Tactics of DothI Ends Against the Middle REFORM BEGINS AT HOME On Thursday the readers of the Evening Post were treated to an other of its hypocritical outbreak when the attention of the many who are not readers of the A P A Menace were called to the fact that this filthy little organ published 1in Aurora AID which the Post In pretended ignorance states is pub lIshed somewhere across the Mlssi slppi contains a bitter attack on Judge Sam Boldrlck of the Police Court and the wily editor of the Post with assumed indignity and professed friendship for Judge Bold rick calls the attention of man that may not have seen the Menace to the attack on the Judge For simon pure hypocrisy attention is railed to the following from Knott The Evening Post makes these observations without any considera tion of Judge Boldrlcks religion which indeed does not enter in anyway Into the question It is thus evident that this at tack from an outside and illadvised I quarter upon Judge Boldrlck carries I no weight nor will this community respond to any attack upon a man because of his religion This has over been the policy of this hypocritical Journal Posing as a friend to Catholics it has ever been ready to grasp an opportunity as In the above incident to stir re ligious prejudice in this community and ignores the fact that reform like charity begins at home As an example of this last spring the Guardians of Liberty an A P A organization held a meeting here at the Scottish Rite Cathedral for the I purpose of organizing a branch lo ally The Evening Post published l 6ittYJtfJC1aJIRitje Ji Ustad er- qMapl22o wli c t1 et st 4 this office and one of the chief pro moters of that meeting which was intended principally to arouse rellg fous prejudice was David B G Rose the circulation manager of the PostI and who became official head of the Guardians of Liberty in Kentucky Then this same sheet rails at the Kentucky Irish American charging it with intolerance principally be cause Knott and his hypocritical policy were unmasked one column professing religious liberty and re form while another Is devoted to or ganizing rf group of ignorants and midnight assassins In an attempted rebuke of a criticism of Judge Bold rick in the Kentucky Irish American the Post further states The Kentucky Irish American is Just as intolerant just as abusive as the outside paper that attacks Judge I Boldrlck Some months ago the Evening Post had occasion to com mend Judge Boldrlck for his ex cellent work in Protecting the negroes in Louisville from police brutality and his course in citing before the Board of Safety all police men he believed to have been brutal to negroes The Irish American made this the text of an attack upon Judge Boldrlck and the Evening Post and if we could understand Its logic correctly made the point that any Democrat commended for acting justly to negroes deserved to be watched by his fellow Democrats The Kentucky Irish Americans criticism of Judge Boldrlck was not an attack as construed by the Post but an honest opinion from personal observation and the expressions of competent police officials in regard to the trials of negro offenders and while the Post inconsistently states that Judge Boldrlck has made mis takes it grudgingly refuses to allow anyone else that latitude MACKIX COUNCIL I Those who attended the meeting of Mackin Council last Monday night greatly appreciated the short address of Rev Father Felten whose pros once always arouses a spirit of life and Inteerst A special committee was appointed to arrange a pro gramme of exorcises for each meet Iliig and thus increase the attendance The Social Club has been making good progress for the outing to be held at Stowers Grove on July 24 Delegates to the Grand Council will be elected at the regular meet ing on June 9 The convention will be held at Pittsburgh opening on August 10 This will be an honor that should bring out a large number of candidates HIGHLAND PARK I Miss Mary Catherine Cotter theI beautiful end accomplished daughter of Mrs William Cotter of Shelby ville has returned to her homo after a pleasant visit of two weeks withI Mrs A M Scoggin at the rectory of St Leos church Highland Park Miss Cotter during her May WM the recipient of many social attention and her friends look forward for her return A roost delightful party was given in her honor by the staeos their on Thursday night at which were present Mime Catherine Cotter Mary tDtCourwjf RowiUr JWwler C t- I A KENTUCKY SH mann Agnes Marcell Marcella Kustes Anna Saffron Lula Schwler j mann Mary Fearlngton Rev J J Fitzgerald and Messrs Frank Craw ford Jacob Maroell Robert DeCour sey Theodore Schipper Albert Daley and John Schwlermann MCARTHY OCONNOR One of the most brilliant of the June weddings will be solemnized with a nuptial high mass Tuesday morning at S oclock at St Johns church Clay and Walnut when Miss Stella OConnor will become the bride of Eugene McCarthy Rev Father Francis OConnor brother of the bride returned from the Far West to be present to celebrate the wedding mass and perform the marriage ceremony Miss OConnor Is the accomplished daughter of Mrs Lucy OConnor and comes of a fam fly of the highest standing In Catholic church and society circles The groom who is widely known in business and fraternal society circles has for some years been identified with the Cudahy Brothers Company Interests ihere and Is now the manager of their Louisville branch He Is the son of Patrick F McCarthy of the Western Union and a nephew of Daniel McCarthy of the Illinois Cen tral Following the church ceremonyI the bride and groom and the mem hers of their immediate families will breakfast at the Tyler Hotel afterI which they will leave for an extended wedding triplI Upon their returnI they will reside at 1929 South Third street Though no invitations were Issued their frldnds will fill Ithe church CLERICAL JUBILEES In observance of the silver Jubilee of the Rev Frank DoyrtJ redtor ofI St Josephs church In Indianapolis and the Rev Joseph Byrne rector ot St Anthonys church In that city a reception was held Tuesday nightI at the Claypool Hotel in Indianapolis Both Father Dowd and Father Byrne were reared in New Albany land attended Holy Trinity parochial school They later entered the AcadI emy of St Melnrad where they prepared themselves for the priesthood While Father Byrne has held several charges in different parts of InI diana during the quarter of a century that he has been in the priesthood Father Dowd has remained In In dalnapolls since the time he was ordained The religious celebration of the anniversary of their ordlna ion was elaborate and Impressive both churches being overcrowded when the Jubilee masses were celebrated ST LEOS CHURCH I tttl ul aghue ndmihls ered the sacrament of confirmation to n class of thirty twentysix children and four adults the latter converts at St Leos church Highland Park on Thursday evening qt last week This class frad been carefully prepared by Father Fitzgerald the zealous and genial pastor and the Sisters In charge of the school The altars and church were brilliant with lights and floral decorations and a large congregation was present Assisting the IBlshop at the confirmation exercises were Rev Fathers Monaghan York Hill and Fitzgerald The auspicious day concluded with benediction at 730 oclock when Rev Father Ohle of St Martins was the officiating priest DEAF MUTE CONFERENCE I Under the guiding hand of Rev F A Moeller S J of Chicago 111 those who labor for the spiritual welfare of Catholic deaf mutes have been gathered Into an association known as thp Catholic Deaf Mute Conference This conference holds its annual meeting In New Orleans at the time of the convention of the Catholic Educational N Association and under the patronage of this organization Addresses will be deliv ered and papers read by Rev F redo Maler O S B Chlnchuba La Rev Daniel po Higglns C SS R New Orleans Rev James A Donaghue St Paul Minn and others There Is no doubt that much has been done for the spiritual welfare of our silent brethren through the medium of these annual confer ences GREAT RACES Another week of high class sport Will be provided by Manager John Hachmelster for the patrons of Douglas Park whose remarkably successful spring meeting is now in progress Opening last Monday with the great Kentucky handicap there has been an excellent attendance every day and interest has run high over the close and exciting finishes Next Wednesday the Speculation stakes will be the feature and on Sat urday the Spring Trial stakes will be decided With the fleetest thorough reds in tho country racing here the fields arb large and repre sentative and each day Manager Hachmelster schedules six races that are unsurpassed The card for today will bring out many crack runners and should attract as large an attendance as that of last Monday when the management won praise on all sides ICATROTIC SUMMER SCHOOL The Hoard of Studies of the Cath olic Summer School at Cliff Haven N Y has issued an announcement of the lectures which will comprise the course for the 1913 season The subjects to be discussed are varle gated and in most instances of cur rent interest The season begins on June 30 and lasts ten weeks closing the first week in September During that time lectures will be delivered by1 twenty of the foremost lecturer of the country There will alto be Bereral recitalsI during tht seMon i PHASES Ii I Revealed by Attempt+ to Control Local Public Library Buildings Outdoor Art League Endorses Movement For Woman Suffrage Open Sessions Have Encouraged People to Take More Interest HOLDING POLITICAL MEEITNGSl A further development In the use of our public buildings by various organizations for political purposes referred to In last weeks Kentucky Irish American took place on Thurs day the 22d Inst when the Outdoor Art League at a meeting held in the art room of the Free Public Library went on record as endorsing the movement for woman suffrage This Is one of the clubs that de manded of the Library Trustees two weeks ago the exclusive use of the old Polytechnic room on the second floor that is about to be vacated The reason attention is called to this meeting is simply to show the pub tic who pay for all this fun the nature of the meetings that are be- Ing held In our library buildings and to point out the studied effort that I being made for getting possession of them by these womens organizations In order to get a clear idea of what the ladles composing the Outdoor Art League did at this meeting an extract quotation will be made ot what was said as reported In theirtt organ the Herald If we are to present a petition to the next Legislature asking for full suffrage said the principal speaker on the motion I think it is Impor tant that no doubt be left in the minds of the Representatives as toI the number of women who stand be hind this petition It would there fore seem the part of wisdom to en dorse this principle as a club It will be noted that the objectI of this movement is to present a pe tition to the next Legislature asking for full suffrage It was this prln u Aptt hv Q vote tnatconssedosulIleasandno nays After the ladles have thus placed themselves on record we hardly think they will deny they are In politics and they must there fore now plead guilty to the charge we made against themthat they are holding political meetings In build- Ings erected for library purposes This is what we charged last week In calling attention to the action of the Highland Civic League in endorsing a candidate for the Judgeship of the County Court Another phase qf this subject that will soon reveal itself is a movement to place women on the Library Board This is a matter that we happen to know has already been discussed by those who are advocates of woman Suffrage and lif these womens clubs ever secure possession of the PolY- technic room the next step will be to get representation on the board It may not be generally known that in creating the Kentucky Library Com mlssipn the last Legislature was coaxed by a bevy of charming look- Ing Ipbbylsts Into permitting the Federation of Womens Clubsto which these organizations we have under criticism belongto name one Commissioner of the five composing the board This privilege was Incorporated In the bill that was passed and a woman representative of the Federation of Womens Clubs today occupies a place on the com mission The ladles now believe they should secure representation on the local Library Board There are other changes however that are apt to be made in that body before this is brought about So much dissatisfaction has been felt with the course of the Library Board since its organization that it Is ex acted steps will be taken at the next Legislature to cut down the number I otf Trustees from twelve to give It U true that as now constituted the board is an Improvement on former ones because Mayor Head has appointed business men instead of professional men during the past two or three years but a body of twelve Is still a burdensome absurdity when you come to consider the work they are called upon to perform and there is a growing feeling that five men would be able to transact business more satisfactorily and make fewer mistakes Since the sessions have been opened to the public the people are taking more Interest in the management of the institution and the officials are slowly realizing tho fact that they must hold themselves accountable to public opinion for what they door fail to doInt- he performance of their duty COMMENCEMENT I Many people in this city have received I invitations and hope to be able to attend the ninetyfirst annual commencement of SL Cath erln of Sienna Academy at Springfield on Tuesday June 10 This is one of the greatest female educa tional institutions in the country from which the Dominican Sisters have sent forth numbers of the inoat brlllant women oftfie South The programme qr exercises U a moat ex cell one and will lj highly pleas Ini tothe ft1efldi of th StoUni and i their pupils The academic graduates this year are Misses FlorenceI i I F Morrissey Mary C LeoX F Sutherland the graduates being Misses Marguerite E Biirnnell Elsa E Edelen Helen O Osbourn Myrtle J Score and Evelyn M Smith stitr- HVSSiexxoxsxxxx COMING EVENTS iiInresponse to many requests Ithe Kentucky IrIsh American will publish from time to time for the convenience of all concerned a list of conning church or society entertainments In order to avoid unlnten opposition by those ing selectlngan 4 date onalII St Cecilias church talnment at school hall day evening June Moving Ladles picture Auxiliary A 1II I Westonian Theater Catholic Kinlghts of Monday Picnic Juno at Phoenix 16 Americaii St Patrlck s churchAll day outing at Spring Park Tuesday June 17 St Louis IBertrands BankiiLawn fete June 1819 Young fees Social Picnic at Schneiters June 24iii St Anns church Lawn r fete on church grounds Wednesday and Thursday July 9 and 10 Trinity Council Picnic Phoenix HlUPark July 15 Retail GrocersPicnic at Fontaine Ferry Park July 24 Mnckfln Council Y M I Outing at Stowers Grove July 31 County Board A O IL Picnic at Phoenix Hill Park July 31 St Leos church Picnic on church grounds August 6 I FIRST HOLY MASS The Rev Father Michael J Nor ton who was ordained to the holy priesthood Friday morning by the Right Rev Bishop Morris In St Andrews Cathedral at Little Rock Ark will come to Louisville and celebrate his first mass at St Pat ricks church Thirteenth and Market at 1030 oclock tomorrow morning Father Norton was born and raised in St Patricks parish but how he canto to get away from the Louisville diocese is not known unless It wastuiat some priest recommended him to the good Bishop of the Arkansas diocese He is a I fine fellow alBfcmany are sorry that I he does noflMfcmo to work in his c TIUHH iillin I ii JrOiil 111 uw1i n ill be crowded goes without sayingl as the newly ordained priest has many relatives and friends here who will be glad to receive his blessing Father Norton will visit here and then return to Little Rook to engage In his holy calling and life work DEATH OF MRS KUSTES I With crushing sadness came the announcement of the death on Wednesday morning of Mrs Madeline Kustes beloved wife of G H Kustes and mother of Miss Mar ella Kustes at her home in Hlghjj land Park Mrs Kuetes belonged tone of the most respected families in Jefferson county and her death is sincerely regretted by a wide circle of friends She had been the President of the Altar Society of St Leos church since the foundation of that parish and to the writer Ftther Fitzgerald said it was given to her to influence for good all who enjoyed her acquaintance and her death comes as a personal loss to hundreds beyond the confines of her home and near kin Despite failing health Mrs Kustes never complained and it was only shortly be fore her death that on the urgent deice of her medical attendant she took to her bed All that a fond husband and devoted daughter could do was done to prolong her life but without effect and fortified by the last rites of holy mother church of which site was a devout member she passed peacefully away Tx her don rowing husband and daughter the widest sympathy is extended The funeral on Friday morning was conducted by Father Fitzgerald and was largely attended many coming long distances to show their respect for the bereaved family REMARKABLE ANNIVERSARY I Henry Gottbrath now In his sixty ninth year will on June 2 celebrate an anniversary as unusual as It is remarkable Fortyeight years ago ho took up his residence and engaged inI business at Eighth and Market streets and there he has remained ever since His children Henry Frank Aloysius Gustave and Raymond Gottbrath and Mrs Elmer Newcomb of Alexandria led and Miss Marie Gottbrath were all born InI the house Mr Gottbrath erected those many years ago hut still occu- pIes All these years Mr Gottbrath has been n member ot St Marys church being one of Its oldest Trustees and since its organization has been Treasurer of St Marys branch ofr the Catholic Knights of America HIs friends have prepared for a fit ting observance of this anniversary LOUISVILLE BOYS ORDINATION I From the Rev Edmund Kaiser O M C it is learned that Isidore Raf fdrty a former Louisville boy who Is now completing hits ecclesiastical studies at Innsbruck Austria wills ordained there on July 25 in the Order of Minor Conventuals and will say his first mass here at St Peters church Seventeenth and Garland svchue in which Pariah he was born and reared Father Kalsells tIle pastor at St Peters which will I then present an almost entirely sew IRterlor appeamraneev- o C- JQ p TORIES IiI Have Recovered Their Spirits For First Time in Many Months Their Big Majority in Newmar I ket Did Not Surllrlscthe- Ilbcruls Carson and Ills Orange Follow lowers to Take Foolish Stand j c RUMORED ASQU1TH WILL RESIGN The cable news touching Irish af fairs and the home rule bill this week Is somewhat conflicting but Bops not give cause for alarm From London the Hon T P OConnor sends word that though the Parliamentary vacation still lasts In Eng land the week showed some political exceltement The Tories have recovered their spirits for the first time In many months on account of their big majority in the Newmarket election and they now talk of the result as a death blow to the Gov qrnment This is a ridiculous exag geration for no Liberal was sur prised at the result Sir Charles Rose the former Liberal member now a Tory as a sportsman millionaire and father of two sons who died In the Boer war and who besides is of great personal popularity every where was the only Tory who could win a seat in the heart of the sport Ing country of England One un pleasant fact only stands out from the election Most of the Liberals thought the tide against the insur I ance act had finally turned but the I Newmarket election was partly lost I by the dislike of this act and in j Cheshire where another byelection will be decided next week the in surance act will act as a great handicap against the Liberals Chancellor LloydGeorge remains calmly golfing In the country while all this storm thunders about his head He is planting hits next big campaign against landlordism Another correspondent who ev- Idently favors the Tories cables the story that Sin Edward Carson is back in Ulster once more and Is go- Ing to devote himself exclusively to organizing his Orangemen support Mat at1JmgbtjjtTome rule1 As a matter of fact there does not seem to be much work left for him to do if we are to believe the reports of the Con servative press which state that Ulster has everything in order to prove its loyalty by violently oppos- Ing I the law passed by Parliament and signed by the King According to the Times Ulster Is even now a nation In arms A correspondent recently described the military signal service which has been formed in Ulster and says- Signaling and dispatch conveying are parts of Ulsters military organi zation which have been very highly developed Indeed Every signalman In the service can show a firstclass army certificate Stations have been established all over Ulster and if the telegraph wires were cut tomorrow Belfast and the other important centers of organization in the north eastern counties could communicate immediately by Morse code with the Unionist outposts at Londonderry and Ennisklllen The Ulster Signal Ing and Dispatch Riding Corps possesses n hundred tully equipped signalers the most modern equipment and wireless telegraph apparatus with skilled operators The correspondent states that the Unionist clubs now number 332 with a membership of 110000 Friends of home rule will read with regret that Premier Asquith Is looking forward with pleasure to the not distant time when he shall be able to leave politics forever probably to occupy the high office of Lord Chief Justice Everybody irrespective of party will feel sorry toe a man with Mr Asqulths rare political gifts and unblemished reputation leaving the political arena RECOVERING Mrs John Connell fiftyfive years old and her daughterinlaw Mrs James Connell of 3522 West Walnut street who sustained serious Injuries when the street caved in with them Saturday night at Thirty fourth and Walnut have been pro nounced out of danger and recover ing from the bruises received They were on their way to a street car when the ground under them gave WilY and U was with some difficulty they were extricated from their per- Ilous position The acciedut is sal top be due to the negligence of men who made excavations at that pInt when laying pipes The older woman who was most seriously hurt is the wife of John Connell Assistant Superintendent of the Standarl Sanitary Manufacturing Company TRINITY COUNCIL DOINGS Trinity Council Y M I had quite an interesting meeting last Monday evening There are still several members on the sick list although they were all reported as Improving The Picnic Committee reported that July 15 had been selected for the date of the annual picnic At a pre vious meeting the council decided to have the picnic at Phpenlx Hill Park tIlls season Instead pt Fero throve A committee tt rrange tar a or Mbriday evea liig June S Wallh tine delegtttotl t atItI early part of August George Gar rity Captain of Trinitys baseball team reported that his team defeated another team selected from the council members by the score of five to three last Sunday at Butchertown Park making the fourth successive victory for his team this season which has been entered in a newly formed league The Literary Committee also provided some Interesting entertainment for the members present INTERESTING DEBATE In spite of the Inclement weather there was a good attendance pres Ont at the meeting of Division 41 A 0 H on Monday evening at Ber trand Hall Those who were present were well repaid for their visit President John H Hennessy having invited two of the pioneer members of the division John Keneflck and Michael Welsh to relate some of the Incidents of the Orangemens celebration of the Twelfth of July in Ire land Both of their talks were much enjoyed and were a source of informa tion to many present Phil and Will Broderick were elected to member ship these two making about fifteen to be obligated or initiated In the di vision and It is expected an initiation will be held before the class becomes too unwleldly for the initiatory exercises WITH NUPTIAL MASS Invitations are being issuer for the marriage of Miss Catherine Whalen and James B Mullaney which will be solemnized with a nuptial mass at the Sacred Heart church at 8 oclock on Thurpday morning June 19 The Rev Patrick Walsh the pastor will be the celebrant of the mass and perform the ceremony Miss Whalen Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Dennis Whalen Eighteenth street and is a young lady whose pleasing manner and happy disposition have made her one of the favorites in the parishI Tho groomelect Is one of the best known and most highly esteemed members of St Louis Bertrands church whose acquaintanceship extends all over the city AMERICANS RECEIVED The Pope received Sunday morn- Ing in audience In Consistorial Hall 200 persons including twenty or more Americans The Pontiff ap peared in excellent health In de livering a short address his voice was resonant He thanked them for the visit and expressed the wish that for this act of filial piety God would bless them beneficently In the afternoon the Pope received In audience a great number of Viennese UJlrltlS JIWrliccOmpa1ledb tho Austrian mDaB3aaor TBTsTTe option took place also In Con elstorlal Hall although It had been arranged to have the pilgrims gather In the court of San Damaso PREPARE TWO COURSES I The Central Bureau of the Central Vereln announces that arrange ments are practically complete for two courses of social study under its auspices to be held during the week of August 24 at Spring Bank Wls and Fordham University New York The previous courses have been very successbul and there is no reason why the attendance should not be even greater this year especially since an excellent programme has been prepared and capable lecturers have al ready been secured Inquiries regarding dates programmes expense lectures etc will be received and answered by the Central Bureal of the Central Vereln St Louis Mo ST MARTINS Tomorroy night at St Martins Hall Shelby and Gray there will take Place one of the best school enter tainments ever witnessed in this city and those who attend are certain to feel well repaid for the time thus spent The entertainment will be given by the girl pupils of St Martins school under the direction of the Ursuline Sisters who have arranged a programme of exceeding I merit There will be songs WIth a ring and drills with a snap and noth- Ing that will be tiresome The entertainment will begin at 8 oclock and end about 1030- EUCHRE AND LOTTO The Young Ladles Sodality of St Michaels church will entertain next Tuesday afternoon and evening with a euchre and lotto party to be held inI the school hall on Brook street between Market and Jefferson Nu merous handsome articles have been donated and there will be many awards The funds realized will be used to refurnish and beautify the Sodality oratorio and meeting room A cordial welcome and good time awaits all who attend CITY PARK TEAM Trinity Council Y M I has organized a baseball team and will enter the City Park League this coming week A tryout game was arranged between the team and the strong independent Rebel team last week but was postponed on account of rain It being rumored that Will Sandmann and Hob Mulis chief rooters of the Trinity aggregation had offered prayers to Jupiter Pluvlug owing to fear of the out= come COVTNGTON Judge Michael T Shine recog nized as one of the foremost mem bers of the bar in Covington and formerly County Judge has become a candidate for Judge of the Police Court 111Ihtclty His fitness fore position should insure hji nora Itvatkm anti election WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give Tltl Office Your Net Order ASHAMED AntiCatholic Agitations Notori-ous For Bad Odor They Leave Abortive Attempts of Bigots to Stir the Fires of Religious Hatred Decent Men of Every Shade of ICcliglous Belief Despise Them CATHOLICS ARE NOT DISTURB EC Rev Father Peter Gannon who edits tho True Voice expresses bet ter than we could our view of the antiCatholic agitators which are nothing new in this country These perloaIcally are becoming weaker with each reoc- currence Compare for Instance the Know Nothing movement of the mid dle of the last century with the shortlived A P A agitation of the early nineties Or again compare that agitation with the present abortive attempt on the part of a few religIous The Krow Nothings numbered many men of national prominence and formed a political party which gave several electoral votes to its candidate for the Presidency The i A P A worked within the old political parties and never dared to enter the field as a distinct organization It controlled however sev eral cities for a brief period and was widely exploited by tho press before it was borne to a dishonored a grave Those who belonged to it made haste to get away from the smell of the nasty thing Still It i lung to them to their sorrow and in spite of their protestations The agencies that are now striving to create religious dissension are practt tleally ignored by all except their own press and a few papers which openly denounce them when approached for space They want notoriety for their agitation and the greatest grievance they have is that they cant get it through the press Poor old Miles and Tom Watson are so thoroughly discredited and In consequence ignored that hey are In despair The darklanteflr vluo circulate the filthyMenac I fill to choose dark nights for their nefarious work They are so ashamed of it that they dare not look their neighbor in the face It shows that they recognize the foulness of the campaign in which they are engaged They know that decent men of every shade of relig lious belief despise them and the lies they circulate by stealth i Is such a campaign carried on by nameless cowards going to injure us We would be very weak Indeed could such methods disturb us The vast majority of nonCatholics knows well enough to respect us and- o ontemn the insane bigots who u are wasting their money and their strength in the effort to start a campaign of proscription against Catholics We should be sorry to believe that even onehundredth part of them are deceived by the Menace concoction of lies and bigotry Lets not be disturbed by the brawlipg bigots They have neither standing nor numbers nor are these things ever likely to come to them They are noisy and noisomebut like certain little animals they are notorious chiefly for the bad odor which they give to the atmosphere In which they live HOME NEXT FRIDAY Manager Jack Haydens Colonels performed the Finnegan act this week being here Thursday and yesterday and off again for Columbusll where they play this afternoon the first of a fourgame series with the Senators From there they go to Toledo for three games arriving home next Friday to again meet the Columbus team for three games These seven games Inside of about a Week will determine the relatives position of these pennant contenders K as it is conceded all around the Association circuit that Louisville has the best team since 1909 and with a little strengthening In the pitching department will be in the neighborhood df first place when the leaves begin to fall The consistent hitting of the team is most pleasing top fans who realize that Minneapolis won three straight pennants on that feature alone- HONORED POETS MEMORY The 134th anniversary of the birth of Thomas Moore the famous Irish poet was celebrated this year In Washington with special exercises at the Corcoran Art Gallery on Wednesday afternoon This gallery is one of the most beautiful of Its size in tho world A number ot members of Congress who are staunch admirers of the Irish poets works were Inter ted In the celebration and Repre sentative James iCurley of Massa chusetts delivered an oration LONG FOREIGN TOUR Misses Artemesia Ripy Allle Sat fell and Ida Howling leaders in the highest society circles of Lawrence burg and Anderson county ailed from New York on the Ivenla for a fourmouths stay abroad They trill visit the European capital and prigI cipal points of interest before re turning boas a KENTUOKY IRISH AMRIOAN u G UfiMRI6fiNnt9 t serer to tile Social and Merall Unncei eeit of Irish Americans and Citiollci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mtns Institute and CatboHc Knights oi America KRNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO l cotported Publl hr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY jC BoUrtd It tkt Lelnlnir Pottotflc M 9eed Clue flitter address all Conmo lctl ai to Ibt KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Gnu St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 311913 OPEN YOUR EYES The American people and especially the workingmen should open their eyes to the dangers that threaten from the Industrial Work era of the World whose high and unselfish motive would destro peace and prosperity Men are judged by what they do and what the I W W are doing In Patersor and have done wherever they have taken charge of a strike is to seek to cripple industry by enforcing Impossible demands They would have workmen work as little as possibl and produce as little as possible anrl raving finally wrecked the business they would take it over to operat themselves under conditions of demoralization that would threats starvation to the entire world of labor Their peace and prosperity would be industrial anarchy effected through violence and by the total reversal of the American principles of individual competence responsibility and efficiency The remedy for industrial unrest is not less work but more productive work with the greater rewards jntelllegn effort always brings To attempt to reconstruct society on I W W lines is merely to destroy it In no previous state of society has it been possible for the capable workman to earn as much with as little effor at now Father Vaughan speaking of conditions In the United States said in his London address las week I do not know any land on earth where in exchange for an honest days work you will get a finer living wage That Is a truth thinking workmen should ponde when I W W agitators try to per suade them to exchange the sub stance of prosperity for the shadov of an Industrial millennium gained J through violence and destruction FOXY ANDY I Amerlcamovementromotedb judgeth1 d peace Andrew Carnegie and his kind by their records and the sentiment they express What must the man who loves this country think of the fol Towing It was written by the wily Scotsman and appeared In the North American Review Numerous as would be the States comprising the reunited nation each possessing equal rights still Britain an the home of the race would eves retain precedence flcst among equals However great the number of the children who might sit around her in council there could never be but one mother and that mother Britain Yet the man who uttered the above rot is the very individual who is behind the centuryofpeace celebration He is merely using this celebration as a means of furthering the interests of his lifepurpose Carneglo Is dangerous He is strong A man possessing 400000000 ash does can come pretly near accomplishing any aim in life The moment America Is forced into an alliance with England that moment will mark tho beginning of the end of our beloved nation The Emerald founded by M J Dillon at Manchester N H who has maintained Its standing as a Catholic and fraternal Journal for nineteen years has changed ownership and will hereafter be published by Ed ward J Gallagher owner of the Concord Dally Patriot Editor Dillon r did good work for the Emerald and It is agreeable to know that he will continue with the paper under its new owner The Lutherans are coming to realize the necessity for the religious and moral instruction of school chil dren Their Atlantic District Con- J ference wants one afternoon set aside each week and urges that each denomination Instruct its own chil dren Pope Plus X on Monday enjoyed the sunshine of the Vatican Gardens for the first time since his illness The latest advice is that his health la beintf restored and that he has returned the holding of public audiences According to the British Ad miralty the United States jIs now the iMiHj naval power in the world ranking ahead of Gemmy June will he the mouth of the 8aeredHeart when faithful I Cath olio may emjir th bI Ming of many adnlganeeal W ben organisations beeowie arbitrary they arecertatDJJo IOU aym withpemployers BENJ J SANDMANN Prize Winner Graduation Exercise Jefferson Law School TWIN CITY LEAGUE Three of the games of the rwln City League were original scheduled for Shawnee Park tomorrow morning and the one betwee the Shamrocks and Athletics scheduled for Cherokee Park has been transferred to Shawnee Park grounds No 5 by order of Preslden Reichert on account of the poor con dltiqn ot the Cherokee grounds The Kentucky Oaks will meet the Cadets Champions will meet Spring Dank end the Bruins will play the Hep burns The standing to date W L Pet Kentucky Oaks 4 1 800 Spring Banks 3 1 750 Athletics 3 2 600 Champions 3 2 600 Shamrocks 2 2 500 Hepburts 1 3 250 Cadets 1 3 250 Bruins I 4 200 HIGHEST AVERAGE Jerry A Hogan one of the recen raduates of the Jefferson Law School received the gold medal awarded fot the highest general average In the class during the year He has passe the bar examination with excellen credit and is expecting to take up the practice In the near future Be fore entering the City Engineer ounce four years Sago as a rodmai iyo fmg fll6gattl lradlraduatedeifro r St Xaviers College His early edu cation was gained at St Brigid parochial school He Is a nephew of Hon Timothy Hogan now semlni his second term as Attorney Genera of the State of Ohio FATHER YORKS JUBILEE The Rev Thomas York the zeal OUP and beloved pastor of St Pauls church Jackson and Kentucky streets will next month celebrate the silver Jubilee anniversary of his ordination to rthe priesthood Father York has done great things for his parish and people and although he could prefer a quiet observance of the day we predict his friends and parishioners will not let it pass with out a fitting celebration RETURNS FROM IRELAND Nicholas J Hayes who has been spending the last nine months 1In Ireland returned to Louisville last week this being his third trip within the past four years Mr Hayes spent thp greater portion of his time in Dublin but visited all parts of the Emerald Isle Everywhere he went he found conditions changed for the better and everything look ing up He says he will make an other trip next years in order to participate in the celebration of the homo rule victory and the establish ment of the Irish Parliament InI College Green FILLS GUBERNATORIAL CHAIR Lieut Gov Edward J McDermott has been Kentuckys Chief Magistrate his week Monday he went to Frank fort to fill the Governors chair dur- Ing the absence of Gov McCreary at he Confederate reunion at Chattanooga Throughout the State tthero IA a strong sentiment for the Lieutenant Governor as the successor to 3ov McCreary ATTENDS HOME COMING J Alton Kolb Jr Is in Indianapolis where he went to witness the automobile races From the Hoosier apital he will go to Lafayette idIn order to be present at the homecoming of the S AE on June 5 He will remain away about two weeks ST PATRICKS OUTING An all day outing for the school pFlnipallywell will be given at Spring Bank Park on Tuesday June 17 and din ter and Supper will be served on the rounds by the ladles of the parish Euchre and lotto will be given in addition to other amusements for OUHK and old The funds derived wUlbe added to the fund being rallied for St Patricks new school WILT TAKE LONG TRIP A June weddfriK ot intereatin New AlbftY will be that of Mta Angela ienneaay1713Eaet Xlrmntree and eorge Loebig 220 West Second trees announced to take plaea at r lyTrinitycrurch on June S B are well known and popular thII aye been prominent socially After j1 thec rmony the couple will leaVo l f9r an extended honeymoon trip to JaHfornia and the Northwest j f Lc1TYjMiss 1 visiting Mrs John Augustus at Preston Hill Miss Margaret Finegan Coral avenue has been entertaining Mss Sue Cox of Middletown Miss Marguerite Collins has re turned from a visit to Miss Berth Mahoney at Parkview Mrs Mary Whalen entertainc her card club Thursday afternoon at her home on First street Mr and Mrs R 7 Laswell wer last week the guests of Mr and Mri Ernest Vlttltoe at Parkview Mrs Robert Ryan and daughter Miss Louise Ryan of 1969 iDeer Par avenue are visiting in Knoxville Miss Florence Pilcher will gradu ate at St Marys Ill next week and will return home with her mothe June 6- Miss Estelle Mazzoni has lIeen spending several days with her slstei Miss Lillian Mazzoni at Lorett AcademyMisses May Haley and Ruby Hawkins were recent visitors at Cloverport the guests of Mlsi Bertha Perkins Col P H Callahan and son Jacl Callahan left this week for California where they will spend ia month on business Mrs J T ONeal and family have moved to Peweo Valley where they will occupy their summer home unti the end of the heated season Mr and Mrs Thomas Barrett and Misses Edna and Mayme Barrett nnt Cora Wallace were the recent guest of the Misses Foley at Pewee Valley Edward Bosler and bride who returned last week from their wed ding trip are now making their home and receiving friends at Hillvlew Mrs M Higgins of Oakdalo en tertained at luncheon for Mr am Mrs Bowling of Lebanon who wer the guests of Mrs Elizabeth Hagan Third street Mr and Mrs Henry Bosse hay announced the engagement of their daughter Adelaide Elizabeth to Charles C Krebs The wedding wil take place June 25 Miss Lillian James who has beer the guest of Judge and Mrs Mat ODoherty left Monday to visit In Cleveland before returning to ller home In Dayton Ohio Mrs John Pilcher left Tuesda for St Marys Ill to attend the comencement exercises of St Mary College where her daughter has been receiving her education Misses Florence and Ethel OCon nor of Indianapolis are here to at tend the McCarthyOConnor wed ding While In the city they will be the guests of Miss Ruth OConnor West Chestnut street Miss Anna Belle McJfamara and August Maire a well known young couple of New Albany were unltei in marriage TuesdaY morning at Holy Trinity church in the presence of a large gathering of their friends Dennis McCarthy ot West Breck Tnridge street has been spending The past week at Fairfield visiting his old friend Charles White who for many years was a resident of this city but now makes his home with the McKenna family Mrs James P Edwards will be host at a tea June 3 at tho home of her parents Mr and Mrs J B Wathen on Oak street In honor of Mrs Charles Edwin Coonoy of Syra cuse N Y and Mro Robert S Sharp of Chattanooga Mr and Mrs Andrew McGinley and niece Muss Nellie Elltzslmmons ol Wheeling have been spending the week here with Mr and Mrs Thomas Muldoon 1030 South Seventh street This was their first visit to Ken- tuCky and proved most enjoyable The date for the marriage of Miss Mary M Trompeter and Dr Charles J Gelseler has been set for June 18 the ceremony will be solemnized at St Boniface church Both are widely known and the wedding will be an event of interest in society circles Mr and Mrs Otho Hill Wathen wm be hosts at a dinner June 4 at their country home Rlvervlew trace near Jeffersonville in honor if Miss Eleanor Wathen and Howard Joseph Pullura of NeV York whose engagement recently was announced Mrs Alfred H Egan and daughter Miss Gertrude Egan left Thursday for Memphis where they will Join Col Egan General Superin endent for the Illinois Central and make their home During their res- Idence here they made many friends who regret their departure FONTAINE FERRY Nowhere can a more delightful 1potbefound than Fontaine Ferry the park beautiful now resplendent in its variegated and beautiful summer foliage People willow flock there every afternoon and vetting to enjoy the pleasant breezes and the high class free Concerts rendered by Natiello and his preIsentlngences that are constantly increasing In numbers both in the afternoon and I at night Work is being pushed on the big swimming pool and its open- Ing Is being awaited with Interest The Ferry has the best start in Its Istory SCHOOL YEAR CLOSES The closing exercises of St Leos held1Inranme of much merit has beeen arI urged under the direction of the pastor Rev Father Fitzgerald and IB Sisters In charge of tfee school evenIIlogI a CECILTAN DRAMATIC CLUB I The Cecillan Dramatic Club wheh scored an unqualified succeae I hen it recently produced the mill drama The Midnight Charge Itin fipetM to performance tomorJ 6111Lthere will iw pleasluf specialties and fashanical Jane a new and im ONE DOLLAR a month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sickness or accident Can you afford to be without this protection Of Mens and On Sale at ONTAINE FERR THE PARK BEAUTIFUL I Xtragood Vaudeville hOc DAILY MATINEES ALL SEATS Free Concerts by Natiellos Band Watch for the opening date of the big new Swimming Pool AND SO VERY CHEAP I 150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 10cl I 150 On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville Cityi of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leave- sheWhufbpatt footofThird ltreIevery Sunday at 8 u 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 HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics f Socials Outings This beautiful Park has been greatly improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing ooutracti HARRY DECKER Assistant Manager ported sketch from Paris never seen hero before There are twentytwo people in the dramatic cast who are capable and will give a really first class preesntation of this great play With new scenery new chairs and thorough ventilation St Cecilia Hall Is now equipped with every comfort RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Edgar Roger Obrecht the eightyearold son of Herman and Estelle Obrcht 1113 Ev erett avenue was held Thursday morning when the remains were tenderly laid to rest In St Louis cemetery The news of the boys death came as a shock to friends and relatives who feel the deepest sym pathy for the bereaved parents Funeral services over the remains of James C Travers were held Monday afternoon at the Sacred Heart hurcb Rev Patrick Walsh conduct ng the solemn obsequies The deceased was the beloved husband of Mary Travers and resided at 822 South Eighteenth street His deaths mounted by a wide circle of friends nnd relatives Besides his wife three children survive him- FORTY HOURS In this city tomorrow the Forty Hours Adoration will take place at Btt Columbas church tin West Market street The beautiful services which will beginat the high mass tad conclude Tuesday evening willI be conducted by the pastor Rev John D Kalaher who will be assisted by a number of visiting priests They will open with a procession and the altars and sauc uary will be made unusually bril lant with lights and flowers CARDINAL IN BROOKLYN Cardinal Gibbons arrived in Brooklyn last Saturday from Baltimore to be prMcniat the dedication of th Church of Sf Agnes of which Igr James puffy IB rector Bishop loDonnell dedicated the new edifice Sunday morality and the ceremony wras followed by a Pontifical mans at- which i the venerable Cardinal Arch ilchop waa the eel rant I TRANSYLVANIAESixth Floor Paul Jones Building Sapinsky Bankrupt Stock Bo- ysClothing Furnishingsand LVYSThird SIMPLY CHARMING PHOENIX SAVEYOUR TEETH ANDMONEY I have decided to continue these special prices for this month FULL PLATE S400 GOLD CROWNS300PO- RCELAIN CROWN 3300 5300I I am the frorklngmanV dentist gttaraeteedtell you In advance Just what your impressiontakentame day DR FORESTNER IENTJ8T458 SOUTH FOURTH ST OVER TAYLORS DRUG STORE NEAR WALNUT Office hours 8 to 8 Suudays 9 to 1 Lady attendant ROGERS Church Goods Company INCORPORATED 418 W JIEFERSON ST Importers of Vestments Laces Trimmings Religious Articles Etc Wholesale and retail dealers In Pictures and Picture Frames Cath olic School and Miscellaneous Books Chalices Clborlum Ostensorla Sanctuary Rails Memorial Tablets Marble and Composition Altars ana FontsCrucifixes Candle Sticks Cande labra Stations Statuary Missal Stands Chimes Rosaries Medals Mission Supplies always fresh and new FORA DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor go to WM f MAYER 413 W MARKET ST- sire yomr lays Mt ano Mom riot wU1I e yax WMt tH UtIJJ ST XAVIERS COLLEOfc 111 W S6way lelTUl JCr Conducted by the Xaverl a Brother laMleal BolwUflo and BBBineH Courses Preparatory Department Large wlmmlmg PelR Well Bquif p 4 Oyuaa edam Tena V ttrttL Bra Jaae1NrD- ONOIIUE ELECTED 3J Donohue of this city who Jut week attended the convention of the National Association of Railway maim Agents at Baltimore WM fleeted Vice President of that organ conneotediwithll- road Company t I r CASUALTY INSURANCE co I New Savings Department Opens Monda- yJune2 the benefit of those who would like to lay up a part of their FOR or idle money In n safe place on Interest the German Insurance Bank wHl open n modern Savings Deportment Monday Juno S- You are Invited to become one of the first depositors in this new department A dollar starts you and gives you your pass book This dollar with your deposits thereafter will draw Interest for you at the rato of 3 per cent a year Interest will be added every six months thereby compounding it for you i For flftynino years tills Bank has withstood every panic and financial stringency It has handled and safeguarded the money of thousands of the best firms and citizens of Louisville and Jeffer mm County Its deposits now amount to 5000000 Its surplus today is a half million dollars Tho Bank is managed by men of widest experience in banking and various business pursuits The officials are ever alert with regard to the interests of Its depositors and patrons and arc always willing to give advice on matters pertaining to investment of your money or to counsel with you as to your business problems With these advantages it Invites you to open an account In the Savings or other Banking Departments Begin Monday German Insurance Bank 207209 West Market St Bet Second and Third II O Walbeck President A I Winkler Vice President J C Robbcrt Cashier Edmund Rapp Assistant Cashier John E Iliihn Manager Savings Department DIRECTORS Henry Almstcdt Clans Scholtz Jr Alfred Struck Edw F Peter Geo Kopmeler Henry C Walbeck A P Winkler ITS WHAT YOU SAVE THAT COUNTS i110 10 11 BellI IHoo1 H 111 JuI+11 J S 44331 JllloJIt +++ T JH+++ 1 t pY Certified Checks 3 Have the call in Mens and Young Mens Suits See Window Display We endorse any of these new arrivals We have priced a lot of Suits from 300 to 500 under their value Cunning Lewis Brotzge N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON Mens and Young Mens Exclusive Clothes Shop ONe ON StieNieir S FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South L 6f9 KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur aad Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING JQ dWttoubrlPe J21 leftsrrrnf 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 400 PER TON 2000 POUNDS Rome Phone City 3101 Carob South OOOy J1l The Last Dollar That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR most be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that bard time from ever comls Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturday Until 7 p nt brPtTiSOKY RISH AMERIOAIT 1 HOME PHONE BB CUMBERLAND 128 J JL SONSeFUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS sas Eat HVtoiiii Street rwn O ii + + THOMAS KEENANFu- neral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 Allcalls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREET Q Gran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 1809 W JEFFERSON STREET i TELEPHONE 810 It t t t t t D J DOUGHERTY S J MCBLLIOTT a DOUGHERTY Mc LLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answirtd Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREETL I t t tt OL- DFORTUNABOURBON THE PHILI MOLLENBACH HO1 IHOORPORATZD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS ttFIB WIVES CHAMPOIIEk AL KOLE845 West Green Street LIQUOR noa1z4 0 0 =oXo h r + tWr 1HtM544 40t 4i DR J T CHAWK- A Veterinary Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET X TelepbewsCiHBb S 299a Home City 2399 X ckr4 4 90404 X ttt tBE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McHenna J Distiller Fairfield Ky I All the lateand sew Styles and Shape can be found here at reasonable pricM Can and see u- sHERRMANN BROS DirOKTKXI FINE WINES AND LIQUORS DkUlters and Whol ete Deal Sera in Finett Braadi of Keu tvcky Wbteblei esptdally r Pe rlofNels n BOTTLED IK BOND TftoeiwN 1IM 2f4 MXW tlOKT n i JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market Stt HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL WORK GUARANTEED CERTRALFURJITUHE CO- Iacorpor te J fJ Cw Thki estTrees Sti We ftirmkh the kerne cem we Me payrrria WM CALLAMIAfit Mgr feras 4 0 N H NiNN NliNi NM NONNN H i HERMAN STRAUS tj SONS CrOURTH AVEMUC wcOffflOffMfO MARKET STREET Advance Sale of Wash Goods and Linens I Come In and See These New Materials We Know the Prices Are Low New White and Colored Wash Materials For Early i Spring Wear jf IMPORTED WHITE RA withSi seai lar 1 00 quality special t per yard NUB AND CREPE 11FANCY Also Crepe Ratines Voiles with ratine borders values up tot 139 special per yard f cial per yard 85e 11 98c If qualityineatt75c IiIiIMPORTED all ENGLISH designs 35c the quali new and ties special per yard 25c1 1111COLORED NUB colorings RATINES and drawn also t tot851 0 iNieNN 9 eNP NON HMe e 0 0 i VMO Ne e i 4 RUN AT 230 M r o HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Notes The reported at the last convention held in Ireland totaled 269300 The in was Increased this week by initia tions under the auspices of Divisions 2and4Since the last natioanl convention in Ireland 654 divisions were or ganized and the in creased 39419 Every member should do his utmost to make the annual County Board reunion and celebration sur pass those heretofore given Members of Division 1 should at tend the meeting to be held next Tues day night All are Interested In the business that must be transacted Tho sewing circle of the Ladles Auxiliary of Berlin N H has bonn a source of pleasure as well as profit to members during the past winter and spring months Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly National President of the Ladles Auxiliary and the State and county officers as sisted at a big joint Initiation on May 18 at Newport IL I At Heppner Wash a larga class was initiated on May 18 In the evening a sumptuous banquet was served presided over by Father ORourke as Division 9 of Central Falls R I had a ladies night this week which will lead to the formation of an auxiliary in that city Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly delivered a stirring ad meeting of Division 3 next Monday night will be lively and full of interest There are several ques tions of supreme to be decided and therefore the presence of every member Is called for The moving picture to be given by the Ladles Auxiliary at the Westonian Theater on June 11 promises to be a marked success Special pictures land features will be provided for this occasion The Ladles Auxiliary will meet next night and hear Im portant reports This is making splendid progress and the members should keep up the good work by attending all meetings Division 2 wilt hold its regular meeting next Thursday night when a large attendance Is looked for The time has arrived for the men of this division to get busy 8S they have a promising field for work and new members t BENEFl JiAWN Great Interest Is being taken in the lawn fete to be aon the afternoon and evening ot June 23 24 end 25 for Ute benefit of Sts Mary and Bllaabeth Hospital on the paclouB shaded grounds opposite the at Twelfth and Magnolia treetB Several entirely new feature are being arranged and the affair promise tob onot the prettiest 4d of the eaaon f Longoloths and Soft LONGCLOTH Chamois finish 3e inches wide 12 yards to the piece 125 value specialI piece 98c EXTRA FINE QUALITY LONQOLOTH 36 inches wide 12 yards in the piece regular 185 grade I special piece per 14 SOFT FINISH ENGLISH- NAINSOOKBeautiful quality and finish 36 inches wide 12 yards to the piece 0 198 quality special poI piece 40 INCH SEA ISLAND NAINSOOK Usually sails at 239 for 2 yard per piece1o 149 SOFTFINISH FINE EGYPTIAN SOFT FINISH NAINSOOK Full 40 inches wide for fine under garments and infants wear usually sells at 275 special piece X225 4a we e oaeN e 41li etNtet e Ne 6tN Speculation 7 DAILY FIRST membership membership Minneapolis membership toastmaster dressThe entertainment Wednesday organization PBSTIVAIi Institution motuoyel Nainsooks ENGLISH ENGLISH h rSSOCIETY DIRECTORY IT- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First I SecretaryJoseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArns Henry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keane DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President 0 J Ford Vice PresidentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P SecretaryJohn J Hes tion Jr- TreasurerDan J Doughert- ySergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Nqon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J anganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far eliSentinelM J McDermott BdC I MACION COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresIdentFrank O Adams First Vice President Qeo Thora too Second Vice President Joha J Lyon Financial SecretaryAO Link Recording Secretary r011R R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry T KibbeyTreasurerSebastian TreasurerllebutlaaHubbuehMarsl1alFred Inside tlaelLameB0e Rapp Outside Sentinel Frank L Grat OATHOUCr MKV ENGLAND There are In II o r Readymade Pillowcases Sheets andIIHEM LED BLEACHED LOWCASES Size 42 I made from splendid grade muslin always sell at l2specialI each I Ito 17c t g3C iil 1HE1 special I IBEST Plain UTICA PILLOWII 42x36 always sell atI 20e special IIBEDII value 63c specialI each IIBLEACHED ing always sell 79c specialeach lIe iiI 14e ill 48c ill II 64e iI I rDOUGLAS PARK SPRING i Stakes June Spring Trial Stakes June SIX HIGH CLASS RACES RACE P WeekOeneral- News Importance A O TuesdaysI Cu IckFinancial OKeefeFinancial Nineteenth PriceFinancial Y 1395J99 Catholics accordingetotheCathouc bleached at at at MEETING LargefieldsKNIGHTS OP COLUMBUSl Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where- Pennsylvania has a total mem bership of 20830 The Knights of Caledonia Minn increased their membership fifty this month John Purroy Mitchell Collector of the Port of New York is a fourth degree member The Wisconsin State convention voted 100 for the St Catherines Home building fund A bill has been Introduced in Con gress to make Columbus day a legal holiday in the District of Columbia Thirtyeight candidates received the second and third at Omaha after which there was a sumptuous banquet at the Henshaw Hotel Last Sunday the three degrees were conferred on a class of fifty at Coun cil Bluffs Iowa Many Knights from surrounding towns were present When the New York State conven tion meets at Auburn on June 10 a class of 150 candidates from the Fortythird district will receive the third degree Great preparations are being made by Indianapolis Council for the conferirn of the third on June 8 looked forward to as the big event of the year Hon Michael J Ryan City Attor ney of Philadelphia and National President of the United Irish League will be one of Pennsylvanias dole gates to the Boston convention ROCKPORT J L Sullivan one of Rockports leading citizens and a popular rail road conductor who has been off duty for the past six weeks owing to injuries received to his knee is again able to be up and around with hopes of being able to return to his run in another week Misses Cecilia and Jennie Sulli vanot Rockport Ind are visiting Mrs R B Sloan in Cannelton where they went to witness the graduation of Miss Mabelle Sloan CHURCH CANDY PULLING riipastor and people of HolY Cross parish are busy preparing for the big candy pulling to be given on the beautiful grounds surrounding that church at Thirtysecond and Broadway It will be held on the afternoon and evening of June 14 and will be for the benefit of the church There will be a number ot pleasing attractions TRIEST HECKIVES ORDERS Rev Father William R Arnold of Peru Ind recently confirmed Chaplain for the United States army has been ordered to report In person on June 9 to the commanding officer Washington Barracks D C fot temporary duty for five days alter which he will proceed to Fort AdAmRl and report to the com manding officer at that post for duty until further orders Father Arnold has been assigned to the Porto Rico regiment of infantry atJ5DJun Je ifKANK FEHR INC PORAtEn BREWING CO I Brewers and KY Bottlers 11 OUR SPECIALBREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING a INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE HTi r Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 1 THE WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength ercellentflaw CRUDER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO StreetiAre Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ortfcf a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horn 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR 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bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKETii MONUMENTSwWe a r 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 38329 West Green St New Muldoon Monumentf Ci CB THOMPSON 1 FLORISTl ONLY ONE STORK Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH JLSTBNU Beth rtexse rose All orders receive prompt atteatiM omd satisfaction guarant- eedDelightfulA Smoke PRorisarY gala PORT CLKOPATRA t 1 GONDOLA ot tar ALDOMEOK215 1 Clay 3fr r i y t J r i i r J GENIUCKY Irs i A11 I I tIAIf DoouReaHzeWhatNicks Means to You J If not listen It means double premium value at GREEN TRADING ST VMP forour store or one each GREEN LABEL Also if youd rather one eachPGREEN LABEL and above all the BEST AND BIGGEST LOAF ON THE MARKET Be sure and get NICKS BREAD Its made 1underthe strictest sanitary conidi ions by Nick Warisse Raking Co a wvwwvw NNINN N K N WNN1N STOREsI J Should be in the mind ofevery house neediCarpets Rugs and Draperies S Our Market street location makes It possible toe the Highest Class Goods at most moderate iisellprices We know that you can do better at our = store if you look for good merchandise = Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff S 522524 WEST MARKET STREET FITTERS i ISHOE FAMILY THE DUCHESS SHOEFOR WOMEN For dress semi dress and outing weal theres a Duchess model built for you Duchess Shoes fit well wear wet and have the look All styles all leathers 250 300 350 VOLZ MICHAEL 336 W sl- Market St MMf For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE 4 My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best 1 JAMES GREENE f e 425 427 and 429 East Market Street lN4 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 IAWNING8ANDTENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST The Quick Meal Gas Range In all its majestic beauty and brilliant efficiency is beyond all doubt the best Gas Range ever offered to the public It has the most practical gas saving burner everdevised The Quick Meal is easiest to keep clean and in fact leads all others in quality style name and real me- ritGEHEB 1 SON 215 W tMark tSt 110HNI 1t PFLANZ I Candidate For ReElea ion r H I JAILERJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the I Democratic Party Primary Election Yugust 2 1913 II VOTE FOR I ANDREW M SEA FOR CITY TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 19- 13HARRYC NEHAN Candidate For ReElection CLERK POLICE COURS- ubject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 A M EJMLER xnrwgrinrsav I ICANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary August 2 1913 I have served yon tour years as Sheriff and if you think me worthy of your sup port for County Assessor I assure you I will appreciate it Primary Election Aug 2 1913 Dr H E tedding CANDIDATE F- ORCORONERSubject to Action Democratic Party Chas W MiHiken 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 Treasurer Primary Election August 2 1913 L fluffyL LEGISLATURE FiftyFirst Legislative District Ktev4h aad TJwdftb Wards SubjMt to Actloa of the pOTaooratlp Nod r I CHARLES H KNIGHT CANDIDATE FOR STATESENATORtHlRTYSIKrH Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913vorJ3 FOR George Sciiiegeil FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 MUIR WEISSINGER Candidate For ReElection For COUNTY JUDGE thTe August 2 1913 19J3 Primary Aupost 2 J913 J Russell Gaines Candidate For ReEle- ctlonSURVEYOR JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party HUGH B FLEECEI CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY JUDGE Subjact to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary August 2 1913 DR CHAS MOIR CANDIDATE F- ORALDERltANVOTED FOR CITY AT LARGE Subject to Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 10- 13BENSCHULMAN O CANDiDATE FO- RMAGISTRATE EITNMAslstRiM11STRICT- Cselpusl tf rwlYr11th SktIi HI SMIIII Walls ubj8ot to Aetto of tt8 Dewoeratk t rrtTr- P I i f IP S RAY Candidate For ReElection COUNTY CLERK Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 GEO W BERRY CANDIDATE FO- RMAGISTRATE Eighth Magisterial District Composed of the Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 Primary Election August 2 1013 JOSEPH M KEYED FORnCLERK POLICE COURS- ubject to the Action of the Democratic party VOTE FOR SAMUEL W GREEN FO- RCOUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of thE Democratic Party Primary Electlo n August 2 1913 PRIMARY ELECTION AUG 2 191 3 C J C1 owa CANDIDATE F- ORSHERIFFSubject to Action of the Democratic Party Chas C Foster CANDIDATE FOR JAILERJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of the Democratic Party WILLIAMI E HOLLEY ff CANDIDATE FOR C9jRT8u1lJe Pt t3Y+ aXilI II I It What the Club Plan isl What It Means to You i The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy andIIhold 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 Tho membership feo on a 2500 purchase would be 75c Tho membership tee on n 5000 purchase would be 150 Tho membership fee on greater purchases would of course bo In porportlon Y iasi 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 When you consider that goods bought on chased at our cash priceswhether special parmentsIImore clearly see that our membership fee is with the Additional cost Installment houses the privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON TIlE CLUB PLAN ifurther Information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer IIOTHER by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth I i J BAC INCORPORATED ON5 I tNN NAN11NN1 aNNNNNNe E3LOEqALWAYS STANDARD QUALITY Mulloys Good Coffee ROASTED DAILY NEXT TIME TRY OUR SPECIAL BLEND Lbs SOc r Others ask more for the same quality JOHN M MULLOY is fern Phon1323 11a VV AlAHKGT arrRIDET M tftt30Ka MMM TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY EAM OrangeTPineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY- SjiORIGINATED AND MADE IN LOUISVILLE l iii gi s- S i I e FIVE OENTSsi Founts Cafes and Bars The Drink Delicious NSI KENTUCKY SYRUP AND BOTTLING COMPANY j INCORPORATEDsi Louisville Ky i+ HOME PHONE 0250 MIAKNM IM N NS401W14t1S14NN6 OS1111f1NKNNISSNN RIDE A BICYCLEHealth bud Pleasure will be yoursyour financial surplus will Increase you will be more independentyou can go and come when you please But get a good Bicycleoue that will stand the test Get a Greyhound Bicycle Sold by us and used by satisfied riders for many years Wire and nOiIron 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 KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated IfJt and Rlv r Both Phone 2M7 Alto operettas Hoosier Walt Plaster Plant ouUvllU Ky JeffertonyWe Ind Phone SM M J BANNON Pus Mgr 3 Ktt6 wwvwP BANNON JR- VleaPres frau H I FPi Mm Sewer Pipe I e Co s Salt Glazed Sewer anti Culvert Pipe laBBoBs Pa eat Llllietl for Stem Conduits Wall Co L Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving1 prick Fire Proofing Flue pjilaeLining lire Irick Grate and loiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TBIBPHONB 873 WORKS 13th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet ptli and loth T8LBPUON8 2833 a- Ar AahosAdAItA RA es saN au I Ragtime IISerlry PIANO PLAYING I Ponl+ tueht La 10 to 20 leaon Write for booklet i gofer TONPSai MI taaea Sbnee2174 a c