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PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second and BrecklsrJdge VOLUME XXXNO 23 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 7 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS I D B G ROSE Chief Booster and Button Dis tributor For Blngham May ornlty Doom Also Official Head of the A P A Organlzatolti In Ken tucky Should Incorporate Religious Discrimination In Bjngham Platform CAMPAIGN FUND COLLECTOR Conspicuous among tho many phases of the local political campaign ia the strenuous efforts being made by a select coterie of down and out politicians and aspiring officehold ers to instigate a boom for Robert Worth BIngham for Mayor on a fusion ticket They are trying to disguise their endeavors behind a plea that the people want Ding ham but the real essence of some of these boosters pleadings Is con tained in their aspirations to serve the public at good fat salaries or either toe given positions as dictators For example exChief of Police Haager in his desire to see that the people get Blngham would alsg prefer that tho people have Haager once again as Chief of Police Clayton Blakey one of the petition distribu tors for BIngham Iis secretly more concerned In seeing Blakey being City Attorney while W W Davies another BIngham booster would hardly decline the Chairmanship of tho Board of Safety In the event that his efforts to get BIngham for the people were successful But another and not the least of the above list of Bingham boosters Is David B G Rose the distributor of the buttons and printer of the pledge cards whose signal ability as a promoter has been given space In these columns before the Kentucky Irish American calling special atten tion to his efforts recently to arouse religious prejudice In this community by promoting and organizing the Guardians of Liberty the newly cre ated A P A organization Rose se curing several outoftown speakers among them the decrepit Gen Miles who afterward attempted to repudi ate the order and was followed by Gen Dan Sickles who was recently Indicted for misuse of State funds Other citizens who were present at Roses AP A meeting afterward I statcdthat theywere inveigledthera under false pretenses and were not a I party in the attempt to arouse prejudice against their fellowCatholic citizens among them being Col An drew Cowan exMayor Weaver and othersBut there has never been any ex planation offered by Rose for his action In the matter who for his un American tactics has been rewarded with the office of Chief Counsellor for the Guardians of Liberty in Kentucky and is styled thusly on their printed matter He has never received any assistance from his felloy Jewish citizens many of whom openly disapprove of his course and who quote the late Rabbi Adolph Moses who In his day was one of Louisvilles leading citizens and was beloved by Jew and Gentile alike In 1896 when the A P Ao were in the height of one of their spasmodic revivals Dr Moses was urged to lend his aid to these fanatics and rebuked them by saying I have too long been a hare to turn hound now but evidently Bingham chief promoter and button distributor pre fers to Join the ranks of the hounds and in the event of the latters elec tion would probably be given a post of Importance where he could freely exercise his special talents of dis criminating against his fellow cit izens Rose at present is President of the Standard Printing Company and is a business partner of Edward Gottschalk member of the Board of Education and Roses last effort in politics was to act as a gobetween for the Republican campaign com mittee sending letters to Postoffice employes urging donations to tho campaign fund evidently not caring that this is in strict violation of the civil service rules In the opinion and Judgment of all fairminded citizens It Is certainly up to Judge Bingham to repudiate the support of Rose and his antiCatholic allies or stand convicted of being a candidate on a platform of prejudice and ostra cism The Bingham campaign or farce Is being conducted by Aaron Kohn as sisted by Col Jake Haager Charles Byrnes Hunter Ross W W Davies and D B G Rose and Is principally a campaign of revenge Mr Ding ham was told that no committee of one hundred Democrats Republicans and Bull Mooses were anxiously waiting to make him Mayor and believing tho false promises has agreed to be sacrificed on the altar of political revenge Before going too far Mr Bingham should view the financial and physical wrecks about him who were candlnatcs under the same clr cumstances and following tho same false advice and retrieve his steps before It Is too late- TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council YM L held a well attended meeting Monday night and the business was full of interest for those present The Building Com mittee reported that the architect WAS working on the plans for the new addition to the club house Which it is hoped will be completed during the administration of Preeil dent Vie E ken Next Monday night+ V s KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN thero will be an election of delegates to the Atlantic Grand Council con vention for which there are a num ber of candidates and an exciting contest Is looked for In view of the large number that will be present the council has arranged for a smoker and good time for its members to follow the election- IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY Tomorrow morning at 10 oclock the Rev Anthony O iBosler who will be ordained at Columbus Ohio for the diocese of Omaha will cele brate his first holy mass at St Vincent do Pauls church Shelby and Oak streets Ho will be led from the rectory to the church by a large procession of school children headed by censer and crossbearers and two acolytes These will be followed by a largo number of altar boys who precede the clergy accom panying the neocelebrant The Knights of St John will form a line on both sides between the rectory and the church through which the procession will pass After tho gos pel the Rev Father Andrew J Thome will preach the sermon at the end of which the neopresbyter will be requested to impart his first blessing A little niece of Father Bosler Miss Mary Beatrice Campion ten years old will be the bride bearing a beautiful wreath on a cush ion She will be preceded by little William Oscar Coyne four years old a nephew as candle carrier and ac companied by the two flower girls Helen Louise Campion seven years old a niece and little Genevieve Scberzer six years of age Three sisters and a brotherinlaw of the neopresbyter arq members of St Vincent de Pauls church They are Mrs Bertha Coyne 1022 Ellison avenue Mrs Emma Bonlfer 1020 East Oak street Mrs Bridget Wooten 1022 Ellison avenue a widow and Patrick Campion 416 Marret avenue A brother Benno Bosler lives In Oklahoma CENTRAL PARK Louisville Council Knights of Columbus has secured Central Park for the afternoon of July 4 and will give a reproduction of tho Presenta tion and Signing of the Declaration of Independence just as it occurred in detail in 1776 those taking part in the tableaux to wear Colonial cos tumes The members of the council will gather at the park at 245 oclock and begin the exercises by singing America and the Catholic Choral Union under the direction or Prof A Molengraft will render a pro gramme of patriotic musical exer cises in keeping with the reproduc tion of the historic pictures This patriotic celebration by the local Knights is expected tb draw a great many visitors from surrounding towns and especially from the mem bers of the neighboring K of C councils Grand Knight P H Calla han is leaving no stone unturned to make this affair amemorableone in the history of the order- COMMENCEMENTS The eightythird annual commencement of Bethlehem Academy at St John Hardin county will be held next Tuesday morning This acad emy Is conducted by the Sisters of Loretto and always has a large num ber of pupils Miss KatherIne L Kaiser will be the valedictorian The commencement exercises of the famed Loretto Academy at Nerlnx Marion county the mother house of the Lorettlnes will take place in the academy auditorium on the morning of Tuesday June 17 This is one of the oldest educational institutions In the country and its annual commencements bring back from all sections many who gradu ated years ago Here have been educated numbers of the most brilliant and noted women of the Southland- St Vincents Academy at St Vincent Union county conducted by the Sisters of Nazareth and which has always a large number of pupils will have its commencement on Wednes day Juno 18 There is always a large attendance and every arrange ment will be perfected for the ac commodation all there that day POLICEMEN FILL CATHEDRAL Cardinal Farley welcomed about 4000 members tot the rank and file of the New York police department at the annual memorial vesper serv ices of the department held at St Patricks Cathedral Sunday after noon Mgr Lavelle made a short ad dress and Chaplain Sullivan of the department delivered the sermon The men from Chief Inspector to doorman headed by the police band marched to the Cathedral The band took Its position within the vestibule of the Cathedral and played as the men entered Captains and LIeuten- ants acted as ushers for the regular congregation and Invited guests PRESENTATION ACADEMY The legion of friends and gradu ates of Presentation Academy Fourth and Brecklnrldge streets are looking with much Interest to the commencement exercises to be hold in the academy auditorium on Mon day morning Juno 16 This institution has a reputation unsurpassed by any in the State and this years pro gramme will be ono of more than ordinary merit Bishop ODonaghue will award the honors and there will be present many of the clergy and Louisvilles most prominent citizens ILLUSTRATED JiEOTURE Monday night at Windhorst Hall Floyd and Magnolia streets J Albert Alberts will deliver his interesting and Instructive Illustrated lecture on the Cathedrals of the Old World and the great men of the past century Thlql lecture hM b fn wll received ecmmendationofCardinal pItelamdM V V n f POP PIUS Celebrates Ills Birthday andl Receives Congratulatory 4 iIlUcssagcs The Great Pontiff Once More Almost In Normal health Gives Farewell Audience to Car dinal OConnell Last Saturday ASKED TO SEE AMERICANS Pope Plus was seventyeight years old last Sunday and during that and the preceding days innumerable telegrams and messages of felicitation were received from all parts of the world According to the press dispatches the Holy Father spent his birthday very quietly admitting only relatives and members of his entourage to his apartments- He received in farewell audience Saturday morning Cardinal OCon nell of Boston who was to leave for home on Wednesday The Pontiff notwithstanding three hours hard work which he had already accom plished besides the average fatiguing receptions of late appeared as strong and alert as when Cardinal OConnell saw him May 21 They convciped at length on many important eccle elastic questions The Pope inquired regarding the Missionary Congress which Is to meet at Boston in October saying he understood it would be attended by about sixty Bishops from the United States and Canada He wished the congress every suc cess When the audience was about lo end the Pope recalling that wen he last received Cardinal OConnell his companions Mgr Michael J Splalne and Dr J R Slattery of Boston remained in an anteroom foregoing the honor of being received by the Pope because they were not In regulation attire asked 1 Where are your friends The Cardinal replied In the ante chamber I hope said the Pope laughingly that this time they are suitably i costumed to appear before me Receiving an affirmative answer the Pope requested that Mgr Splalno and Dr Slattery be presented Dr Slattery was the first physician re 1 selvedbythe Pppe since his illness 1 with the exception of his personal I attendants The moment he was outside the t audience room Dr Slattery was sur rounded by officials of the Vatican and others anxious to learn the Im resslon he bad received Dr Slat I tery said No doctor could fall to 1 note that the Pope had robust and f healthy fiber I could tell from the graspot his hand and the vivacity of his eyes that there remains plenty of life that the Pontiff has many years to live While holding my hand I felt that it was in a vise The Holy Father does not look in the least like a man who has been seriously lll I could see by his general appearance and the color of his skin that his circulation is excellent Pope Pius besides innumerable congratulations received many presents in commemoration of his birthday The Pontiff kept his secre taries his sisters and his niece as his guests at lunch During the progress of the meal the band ofrPapal gendarmes played in the courtyard below The Pope is once more almost in normal healthIA special to the dally press says the Archbishop of Boston brought a present to His Holiness Just what It was nobody knows at least It is kept a secret but that it is some thing from Boston and of thoroughly American make there is no doubt t- al1lt that the Pontiff is pleased with lb there is no doubt also as he has been heard to say so There are many guesses Most are that it is I something in needlework done by tt- the nuns of Boston LARGE COMJIUNION CLASS At St Vincent de Pauls church Shelby and Oak sixty boys and girls will receive their solemn communion on Sunday June 15 during a solemn high mass at 746 They will be escorted to the church by tho Knights of St John and the several hundred children of St Vincent de t Pauls school The sermon will be preached by the pastor Rev A J 1 Thome which will be followed by the f renewal of the baptismal vows The t solemn mass and ceremonies will be brought to a fitting close by the Te Deum In the afternoon the children will be enrolled In the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin and the Sacred Heart League the ceremony being I opened by a short sermon by the as Blatant pastor Rev Francis J I Seller 1 rUNE LAWN PETE 1 A Jlargely attended and enthusiastic meeting of friends of Its Mary and Elizabeth Hospitalr was held to fur ther arrangements for the three days l awn fete to be given for that deserving Institution on June 23 24 I arid 25Rev James P Cronin V G of St Patricks was elected Chairman and Jacob J Hubbuch u choeii Secretary and Treasurer tegular meetings will be held when the various committees will report i what they are doing to make this 1 v OJ J d 0 lawn fete the greatest ever held 1 nn Kentucky Tho following gentlemen compose the Executive Committee J J Qaftney Col John H Whallen Dr John H BuschemeYbr Dan J Hennessy Thomas Walsh Bernard PlMcDonogh Joseph Overberg y Gatto Frank McGrath George Berry Dr Peter So Ganz Bayne Campbell Jr T Wellington Sheriff Al Emler Al Smith Harry Anger meter and J L Brownfleld A num ber of other committees were named and they will prepare many new and novel feptures for each of the three daysSNiH1fltiWlNtrOtiNOSSSSKNNN 11 SNiH1fltiWlNtrOtiNOSSSSKNNNCOMIIIG J requestsiwill publish froth time to time for the convenience of all con cerned a list of tomjlng church or society entertainments in order to avoid unintentional opposition by those contemplat ing selecting an entertainment dateLadles Auxiliary A O H Moving picture entertainment Westonlan Theater June 11 Hibernian Social Club Moonlight excursion Monday July 14 SSHoly Cross churchCandy pulling Saturday evening June 14 J Catholic Knights of J Picnic at Phoenix j Monday June 16 St Patricks AmericaIIday outing at Spring Park Tuesday Juno sI St Louis IBertrands Lawn fete June Picnic Young at Mens SChn June Wednesday fete St 24 on Anns 1819II ITrInityI 31 St Leos churchPicnic on church grounds August 6 saH aHexeuww t RECENT DEATHS Four sons two daughters and thirteen grandchildren mourn the death of Mrs MaJSy Kranz Weber whose funeral waif held Thursday morning from Sti Martins church She was seevntyflyeI years old and the widow of ConWd Weber e r Many people raeffrn the death of William W Whltfiftetlred dry goods merchpnt and a iiip who all his life had been a frlendtSf the poor and a walheldl Cathedral of which he was one of the oldest members Catherine Nolan aged sixtyfour died Tuesday morning at the home of her daughter Mrs George Mercker 1239 South Sixteenth street Her funeral was held from St Anns church Thursday morning Rev Father Hill being the celebrant- of the requiem mass St Boniface church lost a respected and faithful member when death claimed Herman ID Maneman father of C R Maneman and Mrs George A Hoertz He was sixtyeight years old and is survived by his widow HisI funeral was held yesterday mornlngoI being largely attended by relatives and old friends SOME GOOD WORn With a fair attendance of members present at the meeting Tuesday I night Division 1 A O H trans acted its routine business quickly and adjourned at an early hourIPresident Tom Tarpy occupied the chair and Secretary Farrell was kept busy receiving money a nice sumIbeing added to the treasury One ap plication was received and will be acted upon at the next meeting Chairman Tom Cleary reported that Visiting Committee had no names on the sickl list which caused goodI feeling lien Mark Ryan TimI Lyons P esidient Tarpy and John Keano made short but Interesting talks and urged that the officers and members work together and help the County Board and the other divisions whenever pblslble ORDAINED AT COLUMBUS The Rev Bernard A Wessllng who will be ordained today in the Josephlnum Seminary at Columbus Ohio will come to Louisville and will say his first mass at St Mar tins church on Sunday June 15 Father Wessling Is a son of St Martins parish Monsignor Falconlo tho Apostolic Delegate assisted at the ordination exercises twelve being raised to the priesthood DESERVED PROMOTION His friends and railroad men felt good when they learned that W F Sheridan for many years Inspector of transportation for the Louisville ft Nashville Railroad Com pany had been promoted to Assfst ant Superintendent Transportation over the entiresystem His appoint ment became effective June 1 TOASTjIlASTER The Rev Patter J H Hlllebrand for many years pastor of St Marys- on the Knobs near New Albany but now rector of su Boniface church at Evansvllle attended the silver jubilee celebration of Father Roell at Richmond Ind and was toastmaster at the banquet given by the congregation la hoHorjef the Jublllarlan fr r t BRAZEN Wharton Barkers Plain Talktr YCnrneglQ and Pence Boomers A Subterfuge For Enactment o fr an Alliance With England Does Not Forget Britain For Attempting to Disrupt Nation WOULD CAJOLE UNITED STATES In a letter declaring that the cele bration of the One Hundred Years of Peace With England Is nothing but a subterfuge for the enactment of an alliance with England Whar ton Barker twice a candidate for the Presidency banker philanthropist and statesman of Philadelphia re fuses to serve on tho General Com mittee on which are Andrew Car negie Senator Ellhu Root and oth ers Some time ago John A Stewart Chairman of the Executive Committee sent Mr Barker a letter inviting him to serve On the committee to which he sent the following reply- I must decline to serve as ft member of a General Committee that will stand sponsor for an Execu tive Committee that will direct a celebration In 191416 of the one hundred years of peace between the United States and England because I must keep my actions in accord with my convictions I could not serve in such work as is proposed without loss of selfrespect without putting aside all the Ideals I cher ish without forgetting the patriotic teachings and examples of my an cestors Of course I believe in peace and I abhor war but there are times when war is less hurtful than the wrongs men suffer from ago gressions only war can stop When such situations exist I am for war I have no respect for peace at any price men I can not believe such men can preserve liberty Justice equality and opportunity the brotherhood of man nor worship of God after the manner of Him who preached the Sermon on the Mount- It is true the United States and Great Britain have not engaged in physical war with each other for almost one hundred years but it Is also true that Great Britain In 1862 woujdjiaxfctwngediwar upon thp United Statrji In alliance with France for the purpose of breaking up the Union of the American States but for the action of the Russian Emperor Alexander II Many remember the coming of Russian ships of war to New York and San Francisco in 1863 but few know the why of that action August 17 1879 when I was breakfast guest of Grand Duke Constantine at his Palovskt Palace the Emperor made an opportunity to speak with me on several important and great acts of his life I will speak now of only one statement He said In the autumn of 1862 tho Gov ernment of France and Great Britain proposed to Russia In a formal but not In an official way the Joint rec ognition by European powers of the Independence of the Confederate States of America My immediate answer was I shall not cooperate In such action and I will not ac quiesce On the contrary I shall accept the recognition of the inde pendence of the Confederate States by France and Great Britain as a casus bell for Russia And in order that the Government of France and Great Britain may understand that this is no idle threat I will send a Pacific fleet to San Francisco and an Atlantic fleet to New York Sealed orders to both Admirals were given After a pause he proceeded My fleets arrived at the American ports there was no recognition of the independence of the Confeedrate States by Great Britain and France The American rebellion was put down and the great American republic con tinues All this I did because of love for my own dear Russia rather than for love of the American repub lic T acted thus because I under stood that Russia would have a more serious task to perform if the Ameri can republic with advanced indus trial development were broken up and Great Britain should be left in control of most branches of modern Industrial development During the wholo period of the war 18611865 between the Northern and Southern States of the American Union Great Britain sought in one war or another to break up the Nonweak then now powerful TP ay Great Britain seeks to cajole the United States by peane celebrations by arbitration treaties by true history in the schools by marriage and social ar rangements by gentlemens agree ments that would establish alliance compacts offensive and defensive All this work to strengthen Great Britain Surely the United States can gain nothing from the action your committee proposes So I am not in accord with the programme tam asked to take part InI am in oppositionIf Britain and the United States would propose an immediate general disarmament I would believe both sought peace but the war plans and expenditures of both nations forbid such belief Surely the great majority of the American people know that the Revolution of 1776 was fought for a Just cause and Under the guidance of George 0 v Washington Intend to keep out o t entangling alliances with foreign nations MONTH OF SACRED HEART While devotions to the Sacred Heart of Jesus have obtained in thi church for many centuries the feas was not Instituted until the eigh teenth century It Is now celebrate In an Increasing number of churchei throughout the world This is be cause of the many blessings be stowed on Individuals and communities by reason of this devotion Pope Plus IX extended the least to the whole church and later Leo XIII enriched It with peculiar liturgical privileges To foster devotions to the Sacred Heart Pope Leo XIII directed as tar as possible the firs Friday of every month of the year votive mass of the Sacred Heart be celebrated in all public churches and Chapels The month of June Is es pecially dedicated to devotions to the Sacred Heart during which time devout prayers are to be recited which are certtaln to bring spiritual and temporal benefits Many there are who belong to the Confraternity of the Sacred Heart the number now reaching up Into millions but it Is said that there is a lack of this devotion in the city of Louisville in comparison to its Catholic population Except in a few churches only a handful of people observe the first Friday by approaching holy communion whereas in other cities throughout thb country hun dreds practice this devotion Surely all should take advantage of the blessings promised Blessed Margaret Mary Alacoque in the revelations made to her by our Divine Saviour whether they belong to the confra ternity or not They should recite the devotions to the Sacred Heart at least during the month of June In some of the churches special de votions will be held and while mak ing the jubilee granted by Pope Plus X devotions to tho Sacred Heart If wo may believe pious Christians are certain to bring upon those who practice them salutary benefits HELPING NATIONAL SHRINE The Catholic women of the United States are taking a very lively Inter est In the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception that It is proposed to build on the grounds of the Catholic University at Washing ton Large associations have been already formed at Washington New York and Baltimore under the name of the National Organization of Catholic Women for the purpose of building to the honor of Mary Im maculate a most beautiful shrine at the national capital Already 10000 have been contributed mostly in small sums from ten cents to a dol lar and it seems certain that by a nationwide participation the holy enterprise will be successful From one lady who desires to remain anonymous was received a contrlbu tion ot 50ft Manygf the letters concerning the shrine betray great Joy that a public monument of this nature should be built at Washing ton In honor of the Immaculate Conception to which not only the University but the whole Catholic people are solemnly consecrated Many Bishops and priests have sig nified their cordial approval and from some parishes have already been sent In modest contributions the voluntary offering of priests and people FVANSVILLE MARRIAGE Miss Elizabeth McEachen who spent several weeks In Louisville re cently the guest of her sister Mother Mary of the Compassion Superioress of the Convent of the Good Shep herd Eighth and Madison streets was married Monday to George L Meeker millionaire banker and manufacturer of Evansvllle Ind The ccermony was performed at Barton Ohio by the Rev Father Roderick A McEachen brother of tho bride who Is rector of the Cath olic church at Barton and the author of a catechism of wide circu lation Miss McEachen Is a beauti ful young woman and during her stay InXoulsvllle made many friends She iIB an accomplished vocalist and musician and Is beside a young woman of charming personality Her husband Is one of the leading Cath olics of Evansvllle After the mar riage ceremony the happy couple left for an extended European tour Upon their return they will reside In Evansyllle SEIZE RIFLES A Belfast dispatch to the Associated l Press on Tuesday brought the followingThe learned last week that the Orange clubs were expecting a large consignment of arms from Germany One thousand rifles with bayonets arrived hero today on a steamer from Manchester In cases marked electrical fittings Detec tives promptly seized them Govern mont officials say they are fully In formed on the plans of the Orange clubs to resist home rule The ac tion of the authorities today was the first interference with the importa tion of arms- SACRED HEART ACADEMY Tomorrow afternoon at 230 oclock Miss Catherine Dell Bannon will give a piano recital in the audi torium of the Sacred Heart Academy i Crescent Hill that will prove a musical teatThe programme is an ex cellentonejbut the high technique and exquisite touch possessed by Miss Bannon assures an artistic and most pleasing rendition CONVALESCING Despite the fact that all hope for his recovery was abandoned by his physicians some weeks ago Right BelievilleIllto sit in his arm chair i 1 I ri 4 WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Gyro Thin Office Your Next Order TORIES I EnglishtPublic Opinion Will Not Approve Bonar Lan Finds Ills Party Rushed aUlsterTull Finding Means of Retreat From tUntennUlo Situations Is Difficult HOME RULERS ARE TRANQUIL situationtouching s crat always conservative and re liable said on the eve of the rt oepning of Parliament and the sec billTheare particularly busy Just now Sir Ed toBeUastfollowersto t Dubg1ngenerally believed to have a political beendenouncing andthemenThenot spent the Whitsuntide recess raving about it arethe alistsBonar Laws Irish visit may as obJect beingadifficulty theheadthe people who boast of their respect for constitutional authority and findshimselfUlster tall Into a position quite principlesTho bythe s1 will take up arms to resist it and that they will If necessary Invoke foreign aid in their revolt against position pot find comfortable or dignified and a position which English public opinion will not approve Bonar Laws difficulty must be to find a means ot retreat from pn untenab p situation hoatavGr tAii argumentAoLuthe English UnioniSt against tho home rule bill is that it has not been sub mitted to the electors They Ignore the fact that the two elections of 1910 were fought on this Issue and resulted In a Liberal majority of precedentforproved in principle at two general elections should be again submitted a in detail to the Judgment pf the electorate Their claim Is a matter of political expediency The Liberal majority was less after the 1910 election than before and the Tlendulumhasnew election might result in a Unionist majority At worst such a course would delay home rule and no one knows what political complications might arise meantime This Tory demand for a reference to tho olectors finds Its answer in the at titude of the Ulster Orangemen led by Sir Edward Carson While Eng lish Tories profess their willingness to abide the result of a general election the Orangemen solemnly declare that under no circumstances will they submit to a home rule government that even though Eng land endorses the measure they will still oppose It by armed force Bonar Law may rely on securing support for his referendum proposals from influential Unionists outside of Ulster But Englishmen know well enough that any strength Unionism has in Ireland is confined to the northeastern corner and so long as Sir Edward pins his faith on tho covenant and tho rifle clubs the demand for the submission of the home rule bill to the Judgment of the electors will fall to convince the average Englishman The home rule bill Is the product of a conciliatory spirit It contains more safeguards for a minority a that is well able to protect itself than any other measure that was ever drafted Nationalist Ireland has declared it good enough and all that Liberals and Nationalists have to do is to push it through its re maining stages and glvo Irishmen an opportunity of showing how well they will work together when put on the right lines and placed in a posi tion of responsibility and trust FULL OF nOPE Tables dealing with the economic conditions are full of hope for Ire land Although there was a de crease in the population of over 68000 people in the decade there was an increase of 3717 in the num ber of Inhabited houses and all of this was In houses of a superior class In fact there was a positive decrease In the number of Inferior houses This Is duo no doubt to the extensive building pf the new labor era cottages which fall in the sec ond or modern class in which there ito reported an increase of 61791 It is evident from these figures that there has been an Immense improvement In Irish housing conditions which must soda be reflected IK the improved health ef tfeej people l iI 0 CI n i 4 iffJ- r o rJc xr X SH AlIERIOAN 4 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNAi- vekd t te the Social and Moral Uvaicenement of Irish Amerlcasi and Catholic Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hlbernlani Young Mens Institute and CatboHc Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Ie Bntirtd it tb LenliTlllt Poetetacs M SccoodClm ruttor JHreu all Coeseaaiutleu to tht KENTUCKY IMSH AMERICAN 31921 West Ones St TRADES =COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 7 1913 SHOULD INVESTIGATE The officials of the Poatofflce Department should Investigate the charges made against the local offi dials and Congressman Sherley should urge them to do so ExSu perintendent of Mails ODonnell states that the screen wagon con tract under Postmaster Woods was let at nearly 5000 higher than under Postmaster Baker and that Contractor Stone was again given the same contract on a tie bid of 15900 which Is peculiar to say the least IRELAND NEXT YEAR Ireland wants the next Eucharistic Congress and surely If little Malta had her ecclesiastical reasonS for making of her rock an altar whero stood enthroned the gleaming monstrance of the sacrament Ireland the land of saints and scholars now as In the olden time should not Le slighted when rewards for faith are distributed We hope with the Catholic Union and Times that Dublin will be the place where the next EucharIstic Congress will convene It would be a happy coincidence with the home rule of 1914 If the whole t world would have Its representatives In a land where Catholicity over had a devoted home and where a thou r sand times over the lifetide of the priest fell as It were Into his sacra ficial chalice and mixed with the blood of the sacrament divine For the nation to be blessed with the con gress of the eucharlst would be a fit stay for her to begin her new regime and to continue the glory of the past J that no earthly prominence could ever give- Ireland has been the clborlum of the blessed sacrament To her warm heart she has hugged In sorrow and suffering the benefactions of Christ and gave her life that she might ireasujre the life of the Saviour Its meaning and Its merits Ireland Is holy ground there Is not a part other that does not cover the bones of o martyr and there zealous hearts would sing one grand To Deum if the sacrament of the altar got public honors on hallowed soil The church owes Ireland much and we entertain the firm conviction that our Lord Himself will see to the opportuneness of his congress meeting in a land that served Him when service meant death We hope the rays of glory from the monstrance will happily entwine with the spark- lIng hopes that glow and glitter around a nation in her pride reach ing to the delayed right of ruling her own concerns WOMANS GREATEST TITLE Mother is the greatest title a woman can achieve political honors notwithstanding Thats the expression r of David I Walsh Lieutenant Governor or Massachusetts Wife and motherthose are the titles and conditions of honor and dignity Not all attain them Situations arise that change the currents of life and the mode of living but these remain the Ideals The rearing of children their teaching and training are the noblest functions and the highest duties of humanity The Idea that children can be reared by Instinct is absurd The nearer a science motherhood can reach the liner children will be reared The further from the standards of a primitive race we go the more health and vigor we are bound to have What is good enough for the animal will not do at all for the man Old notions of rearing children are as archaic as predicting weather by the thinness or thickness of the goose bone as the case might happen toI be I think the woman who believes devoutly and devotedly that her best and highest work lies in following the commands of her Maker will find no difficulty In doing hertt legitimate share in the other work of the world She must never lose her sense of proportion and try to dethrone her supreme duties and place upon a pedestal the things that may lure her from the highest calls bt womanhood and motherhood 1115 Catholics ar often asked by their- DODCatholicfrlenils to explain the significance of the letters I H S This mysterious monogram to asso I eiated with manssacred articles of the Catholic religion ttI printed J otf the cover of the Holy Bible and I ttaJHtdupODtheofOM of the 1 jroeary it ik worked in golden letters on the vestments ot the priest and even elided upon the altar Itaelf tI Though it is familiar to all Cath ollcs there are many to whom 1 its true meaning is unknown During the centuries through which It has been used by the church three dif ferent interpretations have been given to this mystical symbol Two of them though believed by many today and sometimes given in books or reference are Incorrect The first of these is that it stands for these words In hoc slgnoln this sign trken from the luminous cross miraculously displayed In the heavens before the army of Constantine the other incorrect Is that it means Jesus homlnum salvator Jesus saviour of men These two vIews held by the many are Indeed laudable but not authentic laudable be cause the first reminds us of the eternal victory that is won by those who march beneath the standard of Christ and the second teaches s us that Jesus Christ died upon the era to redeem and save mankind Though praiseworthy and pious these Inter pretatlons are not authentic for they differ from the teachings of the fIrst Christians In regard to this symbol1 the fathers of the early church tellI us that it Is simply the first three letters of the Greek word Ihedye meaning Jesus In time theGreek letters I H E were displaced by the Latin characters I H S but the meaning of the symbol has romaine the same simply the sacred word Jesus President Wilson is right in oppos- Ing the limiting of Presidents to one term The present custom which has prevailed since tho foundation o the Government and is now recog nlzed as the rule should not be disturbed It is stupid to suppose that Inellgiblllty to reelection woolld make a President serve the people more slnglemlndedly On the con trary if the people couldnt reward a President at the end of his tern with another one and the plutocracy could reward him at the end of his term with a fat Job the tendenc would be to make Presidents less sensitive to the peoples will To the Rev Father D S Phela dean of the Catholic press and rector of the Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel St Louis we tender ou most hearty congratulations o having attained the golden jubilee o his ordination to the holy prIesthood The good and venerable soggarth is the editor and publisher of the Western Watchman Representative Ben Johnson was elected Chairman of the Democratic Congressional Committee by accla- matIon Monday Because of his work as Chairman of the Commrttei of the District of Columbia and his numerous other Congressional duties s bo was forced to decline the honor to the great regret of the entire committee and Democrats everywhere Friends of home rule for Ir landI are feeling most confident now the they know that no Minister think of resigning and Premier Asqultl has assured everybody for months that he will not be interrupted by anything in his straight march U putting home rule Into a law Before sending out more of hisi pamphlets decrying the Apostles Crcedit would be well for John G Hayemeyor to procure and study carefully the Catholic cathechlsm John has yet much to learn about the Elble and religion t Henceforth the people will have the privilege of naming those they would have serve them In the United States Senate THIS IS TRUE We seem to notice that tho girls with the prettiest faces wear their dresses cut highest In the neck CAPABLE OFFICERS The confidence of his many friends and the public who know him rests with Capt Michael Hogan who was transferred this past week from Central Police station His splendid record speaks for itself and if there is any reflection attached to the transfer H rightfully belongs to his superiors ALUMNAE MEETING The meeting of the Alumnae Society of St Catherine of Sienna Academy which was ann 4 raced for next Monday will not be lield until he day following June II when the lommenceemnt exercises will take- lase t ANY PROBST DUBD There died in the United States set year 257 priests o iGOD SAVE ALL HERE There is a Sprayer thats breaths alone In dear old Erin s land Tis uttered on the threshol stone With smiles and clasping hand And ort perchance tis murmured low With sigh and falling tear The grandest greeting man may know The prayer God savoall here- In other lands they know not well How pricpless Is the lore That hedges with a sacred spell Old Irelands cabin door To those it is no empty sound Who think with many a tear Ot longloved memories wreathing round The prayer God save all here Live on 0 prayer in Ireland still Live ori for evermore Tho echoes of her home to fill When uttered at her door And guarding by its holy spell The soul and conscience clear Be graven on each heart as well The prayer God save all hero rOX SOCIETY U 1 Miss Adelaide Seekamp entertains her bridge club Thursday at her home in Deer Park Mrs James FitzpatrIck of Oak dale spent last week at Colesbur visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Cronan who visited Miss KatherIne Callahan 1In Frankfort have returned James Marra of Jeffersonville has been spending the week on a pleasure trip to New York and the East Howard Sheehan of Bardstow was here last week for a visit to his sister Mrs M Meany in Portlan I Miss Mary Hagan of South Lout ville has been visiting in ElIzabeth town the guest of Miss Theo Bush I Mrs A J Schulten entertained a large party at tea yesterday afte noon In honor of Mrs W W Phillip of Boston IIII1IIss Edith Malone entertained Monday afternoon at her home in the Highlands for the members of her bridge club Clem Eckstein of Jasper Ind was here this week visiting his daughter Miss Lillian Eckstein 809 South Fourth street Miss Ada Cane who underwent an operation at St Josephs InfIrmary was able to be removed to her home Fourth avenue on Wednesday IIon Mr and Mrs Edward Gleason who married in Berlin arrived here last week to spend the summer and will reside at 1326 Hepburn avenue Capt Charles Meyers and wife and daughter Miss Martha Meyers are visiting friends in Cincinnati Bo fore returning homo they will take a trip East- Parents should bear in mind that vacation was never intended as II time when school children should be rat liberty to get Into mischief 111Ir and Mrs J F Sullivan announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Eleanor Mary Sull van to Louis Robert Vetter Th wedding will take place June 18 Mrs Bradley Weitzel and chlldre Caroline and Jerome Weitzel and Mrs John E Glenn who were the guests of Mrs E J Parker and fam fly have returned to their homes iIn Frankfort Miss Florence C Leahy the ac compllshed daughter of Mr and Mrs T J Leahy 227 East Oak street will graduate with honors next Thursday from the Normal Schoool Miss Leahy graduated from the Girls High School before she entered the Normal Lawrence R Gohmann and Mis Catherine Wagner both prominent and popular in New Albany business and society circles were marrIed with a nuptial mass Wednesday morn ring In St Marys church A legion of friends wish for them a long and happy married life Frank J Higgins left Tuesday night for Mobile Ala where ho wit act as best man at the marriage ol his brother Walter Higgins and Miss Mary Hagan which will take place next Wednesday The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs William M Higgins and with his bride will visit here on their wedding trip Thomas W Tarpy and wife leave this evening for Richmond to attend the national convention of the Travelers Protective Association Col Tarpy is one of the founders of the T P A and always attends the conventions as a delegate from Louis rifle Before returning they will visit in Baltimore and Washington Miss Ruth OConnor entertained with a box party at Keiths Theater Wednesday evening In honor of Misses Florence and Ethel OConnor of Indianapolis followed by supper at the Seelbach Those present were Misses Florence and Ethel OConnor Rosella Urn Ruth OConnor Messrs Martin Fallahay Henry Michael Ben J and William J andmannCALL FOR HELP The Catholic Womans Club Is hard at work and determined to win If possible the first prize of 500 in the PeasleeGaulbert paint contest and urgently request all their friends to lend them a helping hand They are now a close Reeond and by a united effort until the close of the contest on Saturday June 14 believe they can land in first place Double votes will be given on lall orders until the lose andlabeleorcans will be sent for Jt the club is notified ii COyouafford to be without this pro tectionE N Canada Genl Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building HHIH 111 1111111 + 111111110I0oI111 1+111 1 + 11 10 111 I 1110 HERMAN+ STRAUS tj SONSFOURTH AVCHUt MARKET STREET We Give and Redeem ProfitSharing Certificates RED TAMThe Only Stamp With a Cash Value PROFITSHARING CERTIFICATES have a cash value at our store of 10 cents per page or 12 12 cents per page in merchandise which is equivalent to 200 in cash or 250 in merchandise for every 100 purchase But you do not have to wait until your purchases amount to 100 as we redeem a single full page of PROFITSHARING CERTIFI CATES PROFITSHARING CERTIFICATES will be issued on charge purchases when bills are paid on or i before the 10th of the following month if 1IH4U I tul ++zH+z ++ ++ IIIIor1+ O + Oolz ++++4101 + TWIN CITY LEAGUE The games 15W Sunday in the Catholic baseball league caused quite a change in positions the Champion now being tied with Kentucky Oak for first place while Spring Banl and the Shamrocks are tied for sec ond position To makb It doubly in terestlng tomorrow the Shamrocks will play the Champions and the Spring Banks will play the Ken tucky Oaks both games at Shawnee Park The Hepburns will meet the Athletics on the same grounds while the Bruins will Journey to New Albany to meet the Cadets The standing to date W L Pet Kentucky Oaks 4 2 667- ii Champions 4 2 667- Spring Banks- Shamrocks 3 2 600- II 3 2 600 Athletics 33 500 Cadets 2 3 400 Hepburos 2 3 400 Bruins I S 167 CATHOLIC REUNION There will be a grand Catholic re union at Phoenix Hill Park under the auspices of the Catholic Knights of America on Monday June 16 and I it is expected there will be a record breaking attendance There has not been such a gathering here for years therefore all Catholic societies are expected to turn out that night The I Central Committee is aranglng the programme which will Include a I number of features besides music and dancing There are seventeen branches of the Catholic Knights in I the Falls Cities whose membership should make the reunion a grand success t CLOSING AND CONCERT Rev Francis Felten and the teach ers announce that the closing exercises of St Augustines parochial school will be hold on Wednesday night June 25 in St Augustines new hall 1308 West Broadway A feature will be the concert by the St Augustines band composed of the best colored musicians In the city Tho programme will be bright and interesting and the public is extended an invitation to be present SEES BROTHER ORDAINED The Rev Clotus Brady rector of tho Paaslonlst Monastery of the Sacred Heart Retreat Newberg road accompanied by Father Denis Master of Novices in that community went to St Louis to be present at the or dination to the Passlonlst priesthood of nine students among whom was the Rev Bernard Brady of Akron Ohio a brother of Father Cletus Brady The ordination took place at Normandy the Paselonlst monastery in SL Louis ST 3IARVS OOLLEGE St Marys College at Saint Mary Kyj of which the Very Rev Michael Jaglowlcz C R is President and from which have come many noted churchmen and others who have at tained high rank in public and busi- aeea life will hold Us ninetysecond annual commencement on Monday June 18 Many Invitations have been received and itlx tedqultea number from Louisville will arrange to attend qe- Yr C rJ ONTAINE FERRYTHE PARK IXtragootl Vaudeville 1 flU1 Free Concerts by Natiellos Band BIG NE- WSWIMMING POOL Entirely sanitary Fresh running water KNIGHTS OP COLU1RS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The Colorado State convention at Pueblo was marked by the Initiation of large classes Thirtyfive candidates received the degrees of Knighthood last Sunda week at Sandusky Ohio Preliminary steps have been taken and soon a council will be organized at Flandreau South Dakota Minneapolis Knights will soon confer the third on tho largest class li1 the history of Hennepin Council The Newport degree team will ex amplify the first in Covington next Friday night for a class of thirtyfive The Catholics of Emerson made ii- a It banner day there when the Knights initiated fortyfive into the three de greesWith thirtytwo applications signed and prospects for many more there will soon be a new council at Jones= boro Ark The property bought by the Knights of Omaha about two years has been entirely paid for Its valua tion Is1 10000 Wichita Knights have placed in the various city hotels cards with the hours of services In the Catholic churches there Knights from Louisville Cincin nati and New Albany will confer the Alhambra degree on a class of twen tytwo for WadRas Caravan at Toledo on June 23 THEY DONT TAKE The membership returns of the Methodist church In Ireland show that for the year ending March 15 there were 28298 members as compared with 28863 on March 15 1912 FERRY POOL READY Manager Bilger has completed all tbe details and the Fontaine Ferry Park swimming pool the best this ountry knows will open tomorrow and will prove an attractive feature at this summer resort where the high class vaudeville show the Jatlello band concerts and other amusements will lure the people dur- Ing the summer months For the swimming pool an experienced manager has been engaged aa have also a corps of lifesavers Instructors and imllar attendants For the feminine patron manicurists hairdressers and the tithe have been secured The aornliig sessions during the week f fl- C t New Savings Department Opened Monda- yJune2 the benefit of those who would like to lay up a pnrt of their FOR or Idle money in a safe place on Interest tho German Insurance Bank opened a modern Savings Department on Monday Juno 2- You are invited to become one of the depositors in tills 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 rate of 3 per cent a year Interest will be added every six months thereby compounding it for you For fiftynine years this Bank lhas withstood every panic and financial stringency It has handled and safeguarded the money of thousands of the best firms and citizens of Ixmlsvillo and JolTer son County Its deposits now amount to 5000000 Its surplus today is a half million dollars The Bank is managed by men of widest experience In banking and various business pursuits The officials are over alert with regard to the Interests of its depositors had patrons and are 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 flanking Departments Begin at once German Insurance Bank 207209 West Market St Bet Second and Third H C Walbcck President- A P Winkler Vice President J O Robbert Cashier Edmund Rapp Assistant Cashier John E Iluhn Manager Savings Department DIRECTORS Henry AlmstccH Chas Scholtz Jr Alfred Struck Edo P Peter Geo Kopineler Henry C Walbeck A P WInkler ITS WHAT YOU SAVE THAT COUNTS tttfF H t iI tI LLLLtfooftrf F333 1 H3 t rofrfr majestic brilliant devised quality CO INCORPORATBD AVENUE Now is the time to fill bin with our fre mined Block Coal 400 PER Homo Comb South FOR A DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor go to WMMAYER 413 W MARKET ST SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150MILES FOR 150 On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of CincinnatiO- ne of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9a m goes about seventyfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the boat Arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c will be over entirely to the women The pool otherwise will be open to men and women from 1- pJIl to 11 p set c c r The Quick Meal Gas Range In all its beauty and efficiency is beyond all doubt the best Gas Range ever offered to the public It has the most practical gas saving burner ever The Quick Meal is easiest to keep clean and in fact Jeads all others in style name and real me- ritGEHER SON 215 West Market St DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA your coal hly Star TON2000 POUNDS Phone City 3101 O00y return days jvrea JUNESacred Heart Statues all sizes and prices Sacred Heart Mnnuols New and Improved Sacred Heart Rosaries and the new Sacred Heart Litany Home Votive Lamps to burn before your Statue of the Sacred Heart Have you a pair of Sacred Heart Pictures In yonr home Wo have a complete stock of special devotion Books Rosaries and Lea- fletsROGERS Church CompanyINCORPORATED 418 W JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Goods SI11 year toys an location that will prepare eaten for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 113 W Broadway ljoul TlU Zy Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large- Swlwmtng Pool Well Equipped Gyms alum TermiiVoderftta Bro James Dir PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season HOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials f SocialsOutings t This beautiful Park has been greatly Improved and it furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies sad parties should consult of Phoenix Hill before claingesetraete HARRY DECKER AMtotant Haiiacer 1 a m Y- iiVJ4S6J1ggNTUOKY RIOAN HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 I J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS ss East Mot Street tne a i Ii THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night ij Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREET a88ttttQK8X tran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer 1 Carriage Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 D J DOUGHERTY SI McBLLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Answind Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET tt H t It t tt OL- DFORTUNAr BOURBONf THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO 0JOORPORTZD a4DISTILLERSWINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS I A frFIICE WINES CHAMPAOXK AL KOLB845 West Green Street XJQUOM TJTOAflB a DR J T CHAWK Veterinary zInfirmary713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET X Telp6esesCwsb 299i HWM City 2399 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield fij IIIJ All the late and sew Styles and Shapei can be found here at reasonable price Call and Bee- neIIERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dtetlllers and Wholes Deal art la Finest Brands of Ken tkJWh klMNpecJaUy Pearl of Nelson BOTTLBD IN BOND B Tt4isjsu 1 IMtTli I I I I j 1 I jjI I I I 1 I I t tt tIt I 1 1 I I I c I c t t J I I c I t I I 1 j z z S I JOHN B STRUBEL J1EWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market St HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL WORK GUARANTEED CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cw Third and Area Sis We furnish the home cem plate OB easy payments IIWM CALUMUN Mff SaiM lPt J I DOUGLAS PARK SPRING MEETING SEE THE GREAT SPRING TRIAL STAKES RUN THIS AFTERNOON Largefields MIHIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes A division of the Ladles Auxiliary now flourishes in Lincoln Neb In England Scotland and Wales the order has a membership of 20360 Organized a little over two years ago the division at Cedar Rapids owa has trebled Its membership The State and County Board of the Ladles Auxiliary will organize- a Juvenile division at New Orleans The Hibernians were prominent in the Memorial day parade In Milwaukee and made an excellent showing May was a good month for Division 1 the funds In the hands of Treasurer Tom Keenan being consid erably Increased The semiannual initiation of the nIne divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary In Indianapolis was the best ever witnessed there Division 4 meets Monday night and all members should be present as the reports to be submitted will be of more than ordinary Interest Our Ladies Auxiliary In New Orleans has been holding pleasing en ertalnmonts that greatly increase its popularity and will gain new mem ers New Orleans Hibernians are en- thusIastic over the coming National Catholic Educational convention to be held there and will help in its entertainment National President Regan and tate President Doyle addressed a reat Hibernian gathering at Grace llle Minn where the order has a reat Influence The Indianapolis Ladles Auxiliary degree team and the State and county fficrs went to New Castle In special cars last Sunday to conduct 1 large initiation The Hibernian Rifles of Colum Calvarycemeterylowers on the graves of their deceased members The usual volleys were fired over each grave Rev Vllllam OMahoney the chaplain reached the sermon and said the prayers at the graves The moving picture entertainment of the Ladies Auxiliary takes place next Wednesday at the Westonlan Theater Twentysixth and St Cecilia For this occasion special Urns have been secured and a number of features will bQ Introduced The ladles hope to meet all their rlends at this entertainment MAOKTNS FREE OUTING Tho Social Club has nearly completed the programme for the outing tackln Council will give for Its members and their families at towers Grove on Thursday July 24 There will be nothing sold and efreshments will be furnished free Ail kinds of amusements for young and old will he provided including music dancing and a number of new nd attractive games A special feat ire which will include a handsome prize will be announced later BASEBALL ROOTERS Albert F Martin Arnold Honus runer Albert D Gregg Dr Fred tengel and John J Barry attended tho BrooklynCincinnati ball game at- the latter place Wednesday as the uests of Zach Wheat and Charles ten gel of the Brooklyn club but were unable to root the Dodgers to Ictory the Reds winning by a score of four to three ADDS SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Under the direction of John E lulin who has been in New York studying savings banks the German Insurance Bank 207211 West Mar kot street last Monday opened a savings department The German Insurance Bank is one of the most rospeorus and soundest financial institutions of the city and the new department is added with the outlook auspicious from the beginning for its uccessful conduct This is a move that should be Appreciated by parents who should teach their children the benefits to be derived from saving while they are young benefits that will endure as long as they live HOLY ROSARY COMMENCEMENT Holy Rosary Academy on Ormsby venue conducted by the Dominican isters will hold Its fortyseventh nnnal commencement exercises at lertrand Hall Sixth and Oak streets on Friday June 13 The programmei- s one of the best we have yet seen and is sparkling from the first to the last number Many choice vocal md Instrumental selections will be rendered during tho exercises FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours prayer begins here tomorrow at the Church of St Peter Claver on Lampton street of which Rev Constantine Schaaf is the pastor For these beautiful devotions which open at the high mass and conclude next Tuesday Father Ichaaf has made full preparation and he will be assisted by a number- of priests of the city ENGINEER MTDERMOTT John V McDermott the genial Chief Engineer at the State Capitol came down from Frankfort with his family to spend Decoration day and visit friends here HIM new position apparently agrees with him em he it DOyof yUdermanle size and the big- gett man about the Capitol building SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O XX- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy Vice President Daniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu IckFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArns Henry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keane DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Wlll lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeofe Financial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Hugh Hourigan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes elon Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J anganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far ellSentlnelM J McDermott Y ovr i I MAOIQN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Frank O Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn tonISecond Vice Prgjdent John J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry W Kibbey TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat- sar REAL BASEBALL Columbus will play here again to day and tomorrow and judging from the article of ball being played by the leaders and our Colonels the fans are sure of seeIng anot er repetition of the airtight games on the Senators first visit each team winning a game and the third being a tie which was called to allow the visitors to catch a train This game will probably be added to the regularly scheduled game making a doubleheader for to morrow reserved seats for which can be obtained Ostermans cigar stand in the InterSouthern building Mon day we will again have the Toledo ag gregation and Manager Hayden will attempt to retrieve honors for last weeks loss of two out of three to the tallenders this team being easy pick fag thus far for every club in the association but Louisville who In all probability held them too cheaply on their last visit here FEDERATION The regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Federation will be held at the Catholic Womans Club next Thursday night This organization Is engaged In a most Important work and as there are no dues or per cap- Ita tax every Catholic society should be represented by delegates Presi dent Oanz and Secretary Dolan have sent out special notices and look for a well attended meeting AFTER MANY YEARS Alderman Fred Schwenker and wife left Thursday for Denver Col where the Alderman will attend a national convention From Denver Mrs Schwenker will go to San Fran cisco to visit her sister Mrs Amelia Schene This will be their first meeting since they were girls over forty years ago- CATHOLIC CHAPLAINS The convention of the Catholic Army and Navy Chaplains will take place at the Apostolic Mission House Washington during commencement week of the Catholic University June 10 11 and and 12 This Is the firstconvention of Its kind ever held in this country and the plans have the approval of Secretary Garrison and Secretary Daniels OWHNSBORO Albert Oberit s a leading attorney of Owensboro and former President of Sarto Council tM L and Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus and MIss Mary Wlttgen a popular Yount lady of KranevlJle were mar Tied in St Mary church at IlionvHle on Wednesday morning They win reside in OwtMboro f oII i 1 f IRELAND Record of the Most Important of I Ithe Recent Events Culled I IFrom ExchangeI II atKellssterling Nationalist and home ruler The Errls Hotel at Castlebar was 6600The phy During the month of April 6171 anincreasesame month last year dwellIng givesmuchtheCarrlckmacroes Dundalk Urban Council has de cided to open a new street running at the rear of tho main street and to erect artisans dwellings thereon The sale of the Roscommon es tate of the late Sir Nicholas OConor CongestedDIstrictsyears purchase QuinlanSecretaryresigned owing to Impaired health and that his son is a candidate for the vacancy created iLurgan Town Council has accept ed the tender of William McKinney fiftyfourhousesworking classes act In Athy In the presence of a large assemblage Lady Weldon Poor Law twentytwoby the Urban Council The following were ordained at St Patricks College at Carlow Rev John Coghlan Killarney Rev Pat rick OConnor Llstowel and Rev John Molyneux Llstowel The diocese of Clogher mourns the death of Monsignor McKenna who passed away at Dromore at the age of eightysix For sixty years he was active In the missionary work of the diocese On the motion of Maurice Cowhey a resolution was adopted at a meet ing of the Rathkeale District Council expressing regret at tho death of James Kelly of Rathkeale who took part In the 67 movement The people of Fanad County Donegal have made a presentation of a magnificent drawingroom suite and a dinner service in silver to Rev C McMenamln the parochial house Kilmacrenan- Edward Reed of Ballyvaloo is lying in Wexford County Infirmary suffering from terrible injuries caused by being run over by a barrow He was harrowing when a hare leaped from a ditch frightening the horses which bolted The tape factory at Sherrygroom about four miles from Cookstown owned by the late John Henderson was completely destroyed by fire the loss being over 100000 Tho factory was established about eighty years ago and was the only one in Ireland where tape was manufac tured CATHOLIC FORESTERS The local Catholic Order of For esters are busily engaged making preparations for the international convention of their order which will convene here August 5 to 8 Dele gates and visitors to the number of a thousand or more are expected from Canada and various parts of this country and special trains will be run from Chicago and Cleveland In order to raise funds for the en tertainment of the convention members of the order have made ar rangements for a select moonlight excursion on the new steamer Car mania on Monday June 9 CENTRAIi COMMITTEE The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will meet In regular monthly session next Friday night at St Marys Hall and hear final reports on the grand Cath olic reunion to be hold at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday June 16 It will be urged that each of the seven teen Falls Cities branches turn out In a body to meet their coreligionists President Schalda issues an urgent request that every delegate be present NEW AlBANY The Rev Albert Wlcke recently ordained by the Bishop of Indianapolis has been assigned to Holy Trinity church New Albany where ho will be assistant to the Rev father Charles Curran CLOSING EXERCISES St Leos school of Highland Park has postponed the closing exercises one week later than that originally announced the correct date to be Sunday evening June 15 In the school hall ROBBING POOR BOXES During the past few weeks mis creants have entered and robbed tho poor boxes In a number of churches In this city Every effort should be made to secure their arrest and sum nary punishment MONTHLY MEETING The Board of Director of the Catholic Womans Club will hold their regular monthly meeting at the elub next Monday morning at 10 oclock All art rquMtd to be presents i ERANK FEHR BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OURr SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE XY Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1912 THERWIEDEMANNIJfCOIlPORA D- BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers y w Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent g GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING COIN- coRrorurnu jA Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Orctar a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Nom 767M672 Cumb West 69MSALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewer 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISYIL E ET NOW SOLD IN BOTTLES OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER ORDER A CASE FOR YOUR HOME JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY EXPERT PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING Voicing Action Regulating Prof Walter Klaussner 403 SOUTH SECOND Homo Phono City 71O5 BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses IieleotroPafEtc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Pbaneti 223 Albert F Tillman TAILOR Classy Suits to order 2500 and up Satisfaction guaranteed Over five hundred styles to select from Room 9 Whayne Building 414 W Jefferson St FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers 6101 eHK AVNUB TlOUJ A THE 2 FAVORITES of Loolsvlllei 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 the money Per sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS i We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging Im price from 7500 to 20000 aiWi tt which we can give at a bargata Before purchasing please give Ida call at our warerooms 3I832S West Green St New Muldoon M0nu ma- stCBTIIOMPSON to FLORISTleQNLY ONE STORK Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUrBata Tetepbae IGH All orders receive prompt attatinHad satisfaction guaranteed A Delightful Smoke PHONB CITY 3 tO IWM CLBOPATItAtaliGONDOLA t A L DOMBOK M8S CUyStrMt n 7i oj i C 1 TITCJfLY R w+ = 111kI i7RI0A1 John H Buschemeyer I MAYORSubject to the Action of the Demo cratic Party Do You Realize What Nicks Green Label Means to You If not listen It means double premium value at foroureach GREEN LABEL Also if youd rather one Profitsharing Certificate Red Stamp for each GREEN LABEL and above all the BEST AND BIGGEST LOAF ON THE MARKET- Be sure and get NICKS BREAD Its made under the strictest sanitary conditions by Nick Warisse Baking Co awH VVVVVVVi ++ +we Vi + wws+ aw+ ++VVfcVVWW l THE H B W STORE Should be in the mind of every housekeeper j when they need j Carpets Rugs and Draperies jj- Our Market street location makes It possible to 3 sell the Highest Class Goods at most moderate J prices We know that you can do better at our j store if you look for good merchandise j Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff j 522524 WEST MARKET STREETtI NN wwwwwswww +w wwH+a- ioNAN s1ii0M lOi OMNNaMNOt11MOMilt OSt M rJ ihtr jlof RG NgSSSAKE t EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery the South inII m NiNO 0 For Your FurnitureI Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE I My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street I David B Qarveys 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 KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur aad Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARS PICTURE FIUMM8 uJtdwt S11 1eltennf lovlIUs f AWNINQSANoTENTS A large stock of tents oh 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 andAwningCo BOTH PHONIES 2427 130 N THIRD ST I h CHARLES H KNIGHT CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATOR THIRTYSIXTH DISTRICT Subject to the Action ol the 3emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 VOTE FOR George SChlegel FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election August 2 1913 MUIR WEISSINGER Candidate For ReElection For COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 J9J3 Primary August 2 J9J3 J Russell Gaines Candidate For ReElection suwsrisroiaJEFFERSON Subject to Action of Democratic Party HUGH B FLEECE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY JUDGE Subjact to the Action of The Democratic Party Primary August 2 1913 DR CHAS MOIR CANDIDATE FOR ALDE 1 NVOTED FOR CITY AT URGE Subject to Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1918 SCHULMAN MAGISTRATESIXTH MA116TEiMALSIMSTi- CTcePue6 ofrrttrti Fifth Shtfe MJswHth WarN Subjeet to Action of Ua D ieral j Party l1 1 TOHNR PFLANZI Candidate for RoEleaion JAILERJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 VOTE FOR ANDREW M SEA FOR CITY TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 HARRYC NEHAN Candidate For ReElection CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 A NE ElMLER r CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary August 2 1013 I have served you four years as Sheriff and If you think me worthy of your sup port for County Assessor assure you I will appraclate it Primary Election Aug 2 1913 Dr H E Mechling CANDIDATE FOR I CORONERSubject Chas W Milliken CANDIDATE FOR CITY TREASURER Subject to Action of the Democratic Party I have served you for four years as City Tax Receiver and being ineligible to succeed myself am of fering for City treasure T5LEOTJON OF DELEGATES Mackin Council met Monday night with Frank Adams presiding The various committees reported but there was no business of public 1m lortance transacted Attention of members was called to the election lobe held next Monday night when delegates wljl benamed to represent lackin Council at the Atlantic Grand Council convention to be held at Pittsburgh next August To be a lelagata ito tha Orand Council Is a 6yets4 lwB9faad therefore a large aseting maJqok d for a A Av Ips RAYI Candidate For ReElection COUNTY CLERK Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 GEO W BERRY CANDIDATE PO- RMAGISTRATE Eighth Material District Composed of the DIY enth and Twelfth Wards Subject to the Action ol the democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 Primary Election August 2 1018 JOSEPHM HEYE CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic party VOTE FOR SAMUEL W GREENEF- OR COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 PRIMARY ELECTION AUG 2 1913 C J ORCXNTAJV CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFFSubject to Action of the Democratic Party Chas C Foster CANDIDATE FOR JAlJJERJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of the Democratic Party WILLIAM E HOLLEY c fc CANDIDA1EFOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to Action of the Democratic PartyL h o 5L Ii0liNNHNMHMI I What It Means to You The Club Plan is an extended payment plan instituted purely and simply fdr the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for joining for instance Tho membership fee on a 2500 purchase bo 76c ouldiiTho membership fee on n 5000 purchase bo 150 Tho membership feo on greater purchases would of course bo In porportion 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 tho balance in small weekly or monthly payments When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are purchased at our cash priceswhether special or regularyou will more clearly see that our membership fee is nothing in comparison with tho additional cost installment houses place on their goods for I the privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB Any further information regarding the Club Plan will be lLAN1fully floor given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on i JrPLJN5I NM if a xa THERE ARE VARIOUS COFFEES BUT Mulloys Good Coffee Is the One Coffee For Every Home Our Special Blend three pounds for 80c will please you Try It Oar Coffees nro roasted daily JOHN M MULLOY S Nome Phon 1313 isles W MARJCBT STREETWXaXSQ8Q rJfj M TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAMVanilla Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY + +w w NwwKww + w iiORIGINATBD AND MADE IN LOUISVILLE iS t Sf i SS SS FIVE CENTSFounts Cafes and Bars The Drink Delicious KENTUCKY SYRUP AND BOTTLING COMPANY ii INCORPORATED 108 East Main St Louisville Ky iHOME PHONE 0250 r wt+ Ha w wwwsHwwws +sww+Hw saw w RIDE A BICYCLEHealth had Pleasure will be yoursyour financial surplus will increase you wilt be more independent you can go and come when you please But get a good Bicycleone that will stand the test Get a Greyhound Bicycle Sold by us and used by satisfied riders for many years Wire andJQIronWorhs 217 WEST MARKET STREET IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY ENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated Irt and River Both Phone 2387 Alio operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant Loulivlllc Ky JeffenonrJHe Ind Phone S5S M J1 CANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRING Prts Mgr VlcfPrts Tiia Secretary FPa cannon Sewer Pipe Cooo- Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Baanoas Patent Lidded Pipe for St4am Conduits Wall Co g Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing Fine P e Flue Lining lire Brick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay- Cklssney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TBtBPUONB 573 WORKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth w TELEPHONE 2833 4- a llu1 aetruu r AA A Ragtime PLAYINGI PIANO I PooldeJttUniht lAId to 20 lesions Was for booklet J FORREST THOMPSON 2822 W M 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