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PATRONIZE Second aid 24 JUNE 14 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS It t I I Grandest Event in the Catholic I History of Pewee Valley I Laying of Hand some Church On Sunday J June 2U t Bishop ODonaghuc and Many Priests Will Conduct I I jf f j FATHER BOES WORK SHOWS1 f f One of the grandest events In thett history of Pewee Valley and tho missions connected therewith but especially those of the Catholic faithII will take place there on Sunday June 22 when the cornerstone of the new St Aloysius church will bo I blessed and laid by the Right RevII Cents ODonaghue Bishop of Louistt vllle with the most solemn but beautt tiful ceremony The present St Aloysius church and parish situated I at Rolllngton about a mile back ofII Pewee was organized fortytwo years ago since when Its steady and con tinued growth has reached such dimensions as to render absolutely necessary the building of a larger and more commodious church and changeI in order to accommodate of locality to Pewee and serve the many Catholics living along the railroad For the past nine years the zealous I and energetic pastor Rev Father Edward W Boes has labored in season and out of season to build up the parish By his hard work and uniform kindness to all he has suc ceeded and today the congregation and people are looking forward with pride to the time when they can gather In their handsome new houseI of worship It Is with great delight and joy that the Catholics of that section look back to the many festive events in the old church Never be fore In the history of the parish had they such solemnities as when at Christmas Easter Forty Hours and the first holy communion of the chil dren Father Boes worked unceasingly and under almost unsurmountable obstacles to beautify and decorate the little edifice By his kindness and gentleness At 13 kas wott f r r1- tha 11 of thfnon CathoUcsaswell Small wonder then when the subject I of a new church In a more con venient locality was broached that he was enthusiastically and generously seconded and assisted by Catholic and nonCatholic alike Therefore it Is that Sunday June 22 will mark the second step of procuring the new church when the cornerstone will be blessed and laid I The foundation was finished last toll and the work of completion will be forwarded as rapidly as possible St Aloysius new church will be Gothic In style and built entirely of stone from plans drawn by C A I Curtin tho well known Louisville architect who has erected a number of the finest church edifices in this section of the country The days ceremonies will begintt at 930 oclock in the morning when Father Boes will celebrate a solemn high mass assisted by Rev EngleII bert Schmitt a former pastor as deacon and Rev Francis OConnor as subdeacon in thanksgiving and also for the benefactors of the new church The music will be furnished by members of the Concordla Singing Society of Louisville who will sing the mass and also at the laying of I tho cornerstone In the afternoon The I mass will be followed by benediction I of the Blessed Sacrament- In I the afternoon at 330 oclock I Bishop ODonaguhe will bless and I place the cornerstone assisted by Rev Daniel OSulllvan of the Church t of the Blessed Sacrament as deacon j and Rev Patrick Walsh pastor of c the Sacred Heart church as sub deacon The Roy Patrick Monaghah Secretary of the Bishop and Rev John D Kalaher of St Columbas church will act as masters of cere monies and the sermon will be preached by tho Rev Charles P Raffo pastor of St Charles Bor romeoThe many friends of Father Boes no doubt will be glad to hear of the progress his new church has made and the pastor and his people hope to see and welcome them to Pewee Valley on that day The ride on theI Interurban Is most delightful andt nothing could be more exhilarating than a day spent In the country at this time of the year Cars will leaveI Louisville every half hour from theI station Qn Jefferson street near Third arriving at Pewee an hour later all stopping at the church property TRINITY COUNCIL Monday night Trinity Council hall was packed with members attracted to the meeting by the election of delegates to the Atlantic Jurisdiction Grand Council convention and theI smoker that followed When thoI votes wore counted President V K Ecker James IL Kelly Edwardl Mueller and Dan J Hennessy wereI declared elected delegates to the Pittsburgh convention which will beI held next August Trinitys repre eemtattvoe have had much experience at former Supreme and GrandI Council conventions and will doubt= ltew prove a potent factor In the de liberations of the Pittsburgh gather c KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN LOUISVILLE SATURDAY VOLUME XXXNO fOR GOD Cornerstone CeremOlilesI fr1gataatd tag The smoker proved most enjoyable and gave time for some Interesting short talks Manager Schwetnbacks report of the prospects for the success of Trinitys baseball team in the Public Park League aroused much enthusiasm and as a result Clem Ellert organized a goodI sized band of rooters President Ecker reported a decrease of two on the sick list the other two being on the road to recovery FATHER ROBERT CRANEY This Saturday the Rev Father Robert Craney pastor of St Cecilia church will celebrate the twenty eighth anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood Father Crane was born baptized received his first holy communion and was educated and ordained In Louisville Follow ing his ordination by Bishop McClos key at the Cathedral on Juno 14 1885 he was stationed in the country for one year when he was appointed assistant at St Patricks this city Eighteen months later Father Craney was given the pastorate at Morgan field and here he labored successfully for twentyfour years winning the confidence and esteem of people ot all denominations In that section of Kentucky Upon the death of the late Father Brady the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue transferred Father Craney to St Cecilias where he has won the hearts of the con gregation On Sunday morning at the 6 oclock mass the members of the St Vincent do Paul Society of St Cecilias parish will receive holy communion in a body in honor of the good priest whose work they would make light UNEXPECTED BLOWOUT M J McDermott the genial Councilman from the Ninth ward was given the surprise of his life last Sunday morning and one that has caused him to refuse accepting cigars even from his friends Aside from his regular duties of helping to govern the city Mike acts ax a general handy man about tho Dominican church ringing the bell passing the collection box usher etc and while standing at the door last Sunday was given a cigar by a gentleman entering the church which he accepted In good faith thinking that he was being repaid for finding a good seat for the giver at some time in the past During the sermon Councilman Mike sneaks Into tho sextons office for a quiet smoke and about two minutes later following n loud explosion the smoker makes a hurried exit fol lowed bv a cloud of smoke the presented cigar being very much loaded Mike is now looking for the giver with a club ST LEOS SCHOOL Q givenI In St Leos Hall at Highland Park at 8 oclock tomorrow night when the closing exercises of the parochial school will take place The programme will Include choruses addresses ducts recitations and the comedy drama Well Meet the Enemy at New York In four scenes Those who will take part are E Johnson D Fearlngton F Hays C Kuhn F Johnson C Fearlngton R carlngton J Belsler W Belsler C1 Brawn H Kaercher A Schwler man R Marcell A MattinglY L Schwlerman A Schultles A JCustes tad Miss Marcella Kustes who will preside at the piano- EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION The reports at hand indicate that the attendance at the tenth annual convention of the Catholic Educational Association to be held at New Orleans on June 30 to July 3 will- ie very satisfactory Prominent Catholic educators from all parts of the country have signified their Intention of being present and it Is expected that at least ten Bishops will attend the sessions The convention will be opened with Pontifical mass which will be celebrated In Mater Dolorosa church Archbishop Blenk will give the address at the mass All the sessions will bo held in the halls of the beautiful new Loyola University and the public meeting will be held in the Knights of Columbus hall in the cen tral district of the city The meet Ing of the Provincials of religious communities of Sisters or their rep resentatives which will be held under tho direction of Archbishop Blenk promises to be very well attended This is the second meeting of this kind that has been held the first one having taken place at PItts- burgh under the direction of Bishop Canovin THERE IS DOUBT ITho Chicago Tribunes Rome cor respondent cables that if the Popes health continues good and he can stand the June heat which is ex ceptional just now It Is probable that a consistory will be held within a week or a fortnight So far the candidates for the red hat number only three and they are all Italians It is likely however that at the eleventh hour two more Italian pre lates will be made Cardinals so that the proportion of Italian and foreign members of the Sacred College will be thirtyseven Italians to twen tyseven foreigners SHORT MEETING Very little was done In addition to routine business at the meeting of Division 4 A O H on Mouday evening and President Uohn Hen nessy called on several of the mem bers for short talks among them being S J McElllott John J Score Michael Doyle lend others their re mark pertaining to the good of the order all urging perfect harmony arid unity among the members Pat rick McGuire was reported as able to return h01lefromlt Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where he had teen confined with an Injured foot c 1 T DUPED Orangemen Will Soon Dlscovc Cowardice of Their Leaders Carson rind Londonderry WtIll Not Take pity Personal Risk Homo Rule the Great Iron Bond That Keeps Liberals in Power RELIGIOUS LIBERTY IN QUESTION Following a week of thrills and another narrowly averted defeat for the Government the political situation Is thus stated by a London cor respondentEver Sir Edward Carson and tho Duke of Abercorn returned to London from their visit to Belfast a couple of weeks ago we have been told by the Tory press that Ulster la more determined than ever to prove her loyalty to the King and the British constitution by refusing to obey the home rule law if it be passed by Parliament and signed by the King Sir Edward Carson has submitted to dally interviews in which he however has been very careful to avoid giving a direct an swer to the question if he has been and is advising the Orangemen to resist the Government arms in hand The arrested suffragettes have too often called attention to his former Incendiary speeches and Sir Edward does not believe In taking any per semi risks which might land him in a prison cell from which not even hunger striking might release him- I can not say anything about the probability of armed resistance in Ulster he said a few days ago I do not think the people have formed any definite opinion as to that They still hope something may happen to defeat the bill to defeat the Gov ernmentAt same time the whole anti home rule press of the country is emphasizing in varying ways that the democrats of Ulster and Belfast are determined to fight to the last drop of blood but that this Impulse comes entirely from the masses and that thQ leaders Sir Edward Carson and c n eftItprsui1l tliemto ristalzi from rom illegal acts though with scant hopes I that their passionate followers wll1I listen to their advise By these nevI press tactics two things are accom plished The leaders who first kin died the fires of passion by their Incendiary speeches are relieved of all responsibility in case the worst should happen They will no longer be In danger of an Indictment for nigh treason and at the same time the English voters are told that the Loyalists of Ulster are as determined to resist force by force Among statesmen who are In favor ot home rule for Ireland there Is noI doubt that before long the Orange nen will discover that the new coursed their leaders is dictated by mere cowardice that they are now doing everything to evade responsibility and when this is realized In Ulster IfI will not be very safe for either Sir Carson or the noble Marquis of Londonderry to show their faces In Belfast again for Orangemen are at least Irish enough not to enjoy play Ing the parts of dupes Hon T P OConnor M P cabled last Saturday that it is with enormous relief that all sections of the coal ion foresee the resumption of the home rule fight next Monday Home rule remains the one great iron bond that keeps them all together that also secures a full attendance of all supporters of the Government and finally that helps the Government raise to a passionate fight for great principles out of the slough of despond Into which the miserable Marconi business has thrown it Indeed even the approach of the re newal of the home rule struggle has already proved as effective to the Liberals as a tonic Carson and other Orange leaders having proclaimed their intention to address five great demonstrations In England and Scotland the Liberals and the Irish have immediately taken up the challenge and will hold meetings Immediately afterward in the selfsame townsRedmond Dillon Devlin and my self have been Invited to address these gatherings in company with Cabinet Ministers and leading LIb- erals and we feel certain that in each citw we shall have bigger meetings and greater enthusiasm than our Orange opponents We shall also be able to show that Orangelsm while calling for religious liberty permits no such liberty to tho unfortunate Catholics arid the Liberals of Belfast 2000 of whom were driven by force out of the Belfast shipyards last year Tho present prospect Is that the supporters of the Government who were worn out by the Incessant de mand upon them will be given six months of complete Parliamentary rest and that in the autumn a vigorous land and home rule campaign will undo some pf the evil effects of the Marconi revelations RECEIVES BISHOP SCHREMBS Pope Pisa rut Sunday received In private audience the Right Rev Jeeeph SeKrembe Bishop o Toledo Ohio fad entertained him at length n u In cordial conversation His Holl neBS also presented Bishop Schremb with a costly and artistic reliquary containing a relic of St Hyacinth for tho Cathedral at Toledo To the Bishop the Pope expressed the greatest confidence In thq faithful In the United States and for the progress e of the church In that country Kvvvvvvvvv COMING EVENTS i iIn response to many requests the Kentucky Irish will publish from AmerloonIItor the convenience or cerned society a list of order to avoid unintentional opposition by those contemplat ing selecting an entertainment jHolyj hurchCandY pulling Saturday evening June 14 3 Catholic Knlgita of Picnic at PhOP niX Monday Juno 18 St Patricks AmericaII day outing at Spring Park Tuesday June St Louis IBertrands church Lawn fete June 1819 Sts M and iI E Hospital Lawn fete June 23 24 25 Young dens Social ClubPicnic at Schnelters Park June 24 St Anns church Lawn fete on church grounds Wednesday and Thursday July 9 and 10- Hibernian Social Club Moonlight excursion Monday July 14 nlC1Phoenix 24 St Leos chujehPicnic on church grounds August 6 vsvvvvvvtivvtivavvK NVVVVVVVVVar CATHOLIC KNIGHTS REUNION There will be a great Catholic re union Monday night at Phoenix Hill Park under the auspices of the Catholic Knights of America who look for an attendance that will reach Into the thousands For tho past two weeks committees have been arranging for this event and noth ing will be left undone that would add pleasure to the occasion The Central Committed through Presi dent John Schaldaf and Secretary lien Kruse Invlt the Y M I Ancient Order Vot Hlbernlans Knights of Columbus Catholic r nights and Ladles j Knights of St John Columbia Athletic Club and fj raaacigee rikq tlitrA en C xc Lv r tha latest musical productions The big hall will be reserved for the dancers while out jn the park there will be an abundance of refresh ments and several special attrac Ions This will afford an excellent opportunity for all to meet and renew friendships formed in bygone Lays PRIESTS SILVER JUBILEE Rev Father H J Rothheut pas tor of St Francis of Assist church on the Bardstown road will on June SO celebrate the silver jubilee of his ordination to tho priesthood For tIlls happy event the congregation IB making elaborate preparation and the festivities will continue three days A feature will be the musical programme arranged by Miss Gertrude Veeneman the organist and rendered by a choir of forty voices under the direction of Prof Nlc Flubhuch HISTORIC ST CATHERINES Beneath clear skies and In the presence of scores of friends of the Institution the commencement ex Tclses were held Tuesday morning In the auditorium of St Catherines Academy two miles west of Springfield This was the ninetyfirst Commencement of this historic girls chool conducted by the Dominican Sisters and like its predecessors was rreatly enjoyed by those in attendance The programme consisted of recitations vocal and Instrumental musical selections and a clever little play presented by the students The music was especially good Eight young women composed the graduat 1ng class three in the academic de aftraent and five in the commercial The graduates are as follows Academic Misses Florence Frances Morrissey Mary Carolyn Newton and Leora Fay Sutherland commercial Marguerite Elizabeth Bennett Elsa Elizabeth Edelen Helen Ornia Osborn Myrtle Josephine Score and Evelyn Marie Smith- IIAPPHY WEDDED Patrick J Lally of this city and Miss Elizabeth Waters one of Frank forts fairest daughters were united in marriage with a nuptial mass at tho Church of the Good Shepherd in that city on Wednesday morning the Rev Father Joseph Flynn perform ing the ceremony The attendants were Miss Mary Joe Waters sister of the bride and Dan Meagher Following the ceremony the happy couple were showered with congratu lations from friends who thronged the church CHAPLAINS VISIT PRESIDENT The Congress of the Catholic Chaplain Corps of the army and navy holding a threeday session in Washington disposed of Wednesdays business quickly in order that the Chaplains might call at the White House to pay their reepects to President Wilson The object of the gathering was to determine how the scope of the COrPA work among the enlisted mea may be extended and breadeeed 4- r PROGRESSIVES Now Arranging For Their Rehearsed Call For Axton For Mayor Bingham Buttons Now a Chen Commodity From Certain Fusion Loaders Real Enthusiam Manifested nt the Different Democratic Ward Meetings KNIGHT AND SCHULMAN WINNERS The announcement of leaders IIn the Bingham campaign for Mayor published in the Kentucky Iris American last Saturday morning must have caused quite a flurry iti the camp of the down and outers who wanted Bingham as the Judge announced his withdrawal at noon and the gentlemen who are aspiring to hold municipal offices will have to try another tack or in plainer parlance find some other catspaw who is willing to attempt to pull their chestnuts out of the fire In the meantime those making a collec tion of campaign buttons might ap ply to Dave Rose Col Haager and Scott Newman who have an abun dant supply of Bingham buttons leftover from their little canvass True friends of Judge Bingham con gratulate him on his stand and hope tQ see him on the stump for the Democratic ticket which promises to be the strongest municipal ticket nominated in years The Progressives led by the Her aid are now simulating enthusiasm In the Interest of Wood Axton for Mayor and at the proper time will present him a petition signed by tteen names urging him to court forward and save the city while Mr Axton will blush modestly and ac cept Ho has been using all his endeavors as head of the Progressive machine to see that no one else re ceived the same call to run for Mayor and all the time the Herald Is loudly berating what they term the Democratic machine while there never has been a meeting of the Progressives in the Watterson Hotel that has not been dominated by the AxtonVanceClark combination the great common people whom they claim to be representing not being able to break in with an axe rlksabot s1riqiofJ1w rtlrlJtl 01tUIl11 Oolf i W the vote it some ono outside of the Watterson Hotel select circle as plro for the nomination in the nrlmary against the choice of the lenders For roal enthusiasm attend some of the Democratic meetings which ire being hold In every ward of the city The nucleus of a splendid working organization for the No ember election will be the result The different candidates where here are contests have shown n trlendlv spirit with one or two exceptions and all will bo In line stumping for their successful rivals after the primary Dr Charles Molr who was a candidate for Alderman announces his withdrawal on account of the pressure of business but states that he will find time after the primary to devote some of his energies in electing the entire Democratic ticket The principal contesting races are those of County Judge with Mulr Welsslnger Sam Greene and Hugh B Fleece in the field County Assessor with George Schlegel Al Emler Joe Tim mons and Frank Schuster aspirins Clerk of Police Court with Will Holley Harry Nehan Joe Keyer MI Oldham and Carl Sennlng Tuning County Jailer with John R Pflanz and Charley Foster contest- Ing and Coroner with Dr Ellis Duncan Dr Harry E Mechllng and Dr Charles Russman In a threecornered contest A late entry in the race for Magistrate Is Ben Schulman present Councilman who aspires to that of Ice in the Sixth Magisterial district composed of the Fourth Fifth Sixth and Seventh wards and Bens deserved popularity is so sure to land him a winner that his friends have already begun calling him Squire The same applies to Charles Knight In the Thirtysixth Senatorial district he having a tiptop organization working In his Interests FEATURE OF INTEREST An interesting feature of the grand patriotic celebration upon the Fourth of July will bo the award of the prize of 10 in gold for the best essay not exceeding 250 words In length upon the Declaration of Independence written by the child of a Knight of Columbus On the Glorious Fourth Louisville Council Knights of Columbus will stage in the open air in Central Park an alfresco reproduction of the Signing ot the Declaration of Independence The fiftysix delegates Impersonated by prominent members of the council will be seated upon thin stage which will bo a reproduction ot the Colonial Hall of Congress The declaration will be reported to the Congress read adopted and signed and appropriate music Will bo rendered by the Catholic Choral Union The prize contest is open to all children of Knights of Columbus In the Falls Cities or in the State of Kentucky whose fathers are members of the order This also includes the children of deceased members Tho eseayp must be received at the Knights of Columbus home in this city not later than Tuesday July 1 marked with the name of the RUthoraud his or her father also the age of the former the name of I the council to which the latter be longs and the school which the writer attends The judges of the contest will be selected from the membership of the local chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution and announced later The winning essay will be read from the stageI during the celebration and the picture of the winner will be a feature of the moving picture film made to commemorate the occasion MACKIN COUNCIL For the large attendance at Mon day nights meeting of Mackin Council the proceedings were full of Interest Frank Adams the President occupied the chair and an pounced that James Calno and Ray mond Riddle were recovering from their Illness All members were urged to be present next Monday night to hear the lecture to be de livered by the Rev Father Francis ONeill the eloquent Dominican missionary from St Louis Ber trands The Social Club reported that the programme for the free outing at Stowers Grove on July 24 was nearly completed and would Include field contests and races for young and old and an abundance of refreshments without cost Chair man James Shelley reported that 1000 had been pledged the new building fund After members had been urged to take more Interest in this project many expressed them solves In favor of holding a barn this fall to swell the fund For tho benefit of he tennis players It was voted that a special committee have authority to Improve and keep the court In condition for use during the tennis season LADIES WILL ASSIST An enthusiastic meeting of friends of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital was held Wednesday plght In the In terest of the three days lawn fete to be given for ho benefit of the Institution on June 23 24 and 25 Encouraging reports were received and everything now points to the largest and most successful lawn fete ever held in Kentucky There will be many handsome booths presided over by ladies from all sections of the city Among those who will be met at these booths are Mes dames James P Whallen Frank Mc Grath Bernard Janslng John BuBchemeyer Fahey Wellington Thomas Keenan George Berry B Riordan J Cronin W T Meehan Drake Scanlon Peter S Ganz Miller John Caffrey Dan Dougherty H Reeder Stejje McElllott Phil Ernwine Annie iO Frey Thomas Tarpy Po H Callahariand Wagner and Misses Mollie Currau B Noland Kate Russell L Smith Mai y Rose Emma Fisher Katherine Fallahay Hannah Nagle and Foose Another meeting will be held next week when reports will be made by the fe n committees I OPEN AIR FETE 3 A great open air concert will be given on the grounds of St Michaels church 220 Brook street next Wednesday night The lawn will be brilliantly illuminated with numer ous electric lights and Japanese lan terns Quito a number of picked singers of the city will assist St Michaels choir which will render a splendid programme under the di rection of John Recktenwald After the concert there will be a pleasant social in St Michaels Hall where ice cream soft drinks and other re freshments will be served The pas tor Rev Martin OConnor cordially Invites the public to attend CENTRAL VEREIXI The German Catholic State Leagues of Wisconsin Illinois and Missouri have appropriated stipends and agreed to send representatives to the social study course arranged by the Central Vereln through its central bureau to be held at Spring Bank Wis Other State leagues will undoubtedly follow this example and add their own representation trough these fellowships to theI number of priests and laymen who will attend either the course atI Spring Bank or the one to be held at Mount Manresa Staten Island Both these courses will be Conducted under the auspices of the Central Vereln during the last week in August Lectures will be delivered by Rev William J Engelen S J St Johns College Toledo Ohio Rev Joseph Hussleln S J associate ed- Itor of America Rev Joseph Maeckel SJ Canlslus College Buffalo N Y Rev Fred Selden burg S Jc3nd other men of national reputeGREAT AIR FEATS The St James Bell Club announces a lawn fete on Wednesday July 23 to be held on the church grounds Bardstown road and Eden side avenue Chairman Edward C Kelly has arranged two exciting air feats which will consist of a balloon race and parachute leap from the clouds between tho Rite brothers of New York and the Barton broth ers of Chicago There will be numerous other attractions and the club hopes to realize a goodly sum for the bell fund for the new St James church that will be dedicated this fall PLAY BALL Apart from the splendid feats performed at our baseball parks which charm the eye and entrance the mind there are many advantages gleaned from the games that should not be passed over In silence At baseball men forget their cares the Intellectual rest their brains the un- healthY are refreshed by copious draughts of fresh air For a while men get away from themselves in happy and necessary thoughtlessness All these things are an ingredient in our civilization for which we should thank the man of the bat and ball C jj i WE DO- PRINTING 1 FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order MISSIONS Church Restores to Religious a Service Historic Texas Centers Bishop Shaw Plans the Itqhab llltntion of Splendid Edifices Missions That Were Founded Early in Seventeenth Century t HONORING THE HEROIC DEAD The ancient Franciscan missions of the Southwest prototypes of an architecture which has spread allover i the world famous in historydd are being reopened for active service In the field of religion The Right Rev J W Shaw Bishop of tho San Antonio diocese presided re cently at the formal Inaugural of the head of one of the restored mis sions I want it distinctly under stood said the Bishop that In this work of rehabilitation I shall not modernize these splendid edifices the exteriors will not be changed at all and the Interiors will only be made suitable for use just as they were when first built Thus in hon oring the heroic dead we shall also preserve the monuments to their faith In God which they erected with so much toll and sacrifice The first ancient structure to receive the touches of rehabilitation is ConceptiontwoVery Rev James M KirwIn of Gal veston who delivered a sermon on the subject of this mission brought interestinglegendlates to the Immaculate and is to the effect that the church was built with mortar mixed with milk in order to make an impressionIupon the simple minds of the Indian J laborers Just when this mission of Purlssimn Conception was erected Father Kirwin said Is a matter of doubt We find the record of 1716 and tho conflicting statement of 1731 A full century and more before the Church Catholic formally proclaimed the dogma of the immac hero oh the Texas prairies to their Inneopb es- rey hat taught tldogmai- on liln Their simple peon descendants know of the passing of the venerable Antonio Margll O I F who Just two centuries ago exercised his beneficent and heroic labors from the bor der to Natchltoches In Louisiana and from Nacogdoches to San Antonio and who miraculously transported by the arms of God itcross a great river has left the memory of the special favor in the same that another stream bears even to this day Brazos de Dlos It is expected the work of restor- Ing the dilapladted building will be Flushed In a few months As soon is It Is completed regular services will be held in the ancient edifice Adjoining the mission is a small community of Mexicans who will chiefly compose its congregation The other missions to be rehabilitated under this general plan which Bishop Shaw has adopted are the San Antonio Valero founded in 1716 and situated adjoining the little Mexican community of San Francisco first settled by Indiana belonging to the Vanoe and othertt tribes San Jose de Aguayo founded In 1720 adjoining which there is ilso a small Mexican village San Juan Capistran founded In 1716 and San Francisco de la Estada founded in 1716 All these missions are situated on the San Antonio river and are two or three miles apart They are of picturesque architecture much of the exterior and Interior decorative work being still in a splendid state of preservation According to tradition the best artists and sculptors of Spain were brought here to work on these buildings r COMMENCEMENT Next Tuesday afternoon at 2 clock the graduation exercises of the Ursullne Academy Shelby and Chestnut streets will be beld in St Martins Hall when a most carefully arranged and artistic pro gramme will be rendered In tho academnic course there are five graduates Misses Margaret J Du tan Agnes E Thorne Teresa A Feldman Helen A Scherer and Margaret B Goda The subgradu ates are Misses Marie E Stevenson Ottilia M Schwartz and Doris A Merz Miss Mechtlld Ruhl will graduate jn the music course the tubgraduates being Misses Mary Louise Fleck and Helen Miller DELEGATES TO PITTSBURGH Delegates to the Atlantic jurisdiction convention of tho Young Mens Institute to ho held at Pittsburgh next August were chosen Monday night by Mackin Council Sixteen were placed in nomination for the honor and after an interesting con test the following six were declared elected Rev Francis Felten Charles S Raldy George J Thorn ton Robert T Burke James T a Shelley and Louis Kiefefr These men have been long Identified with the Y M I and wilt add strength to1 the convention which will be Im portant and la looked fenrard to with much Internet t r I t 5 RSS iiVj5V 2 i i rKENTUOKY iixSIi AJMERIOAN J KNTUGKY IRISH flMERIGMJUv- eted to the Seclal ud Moral AdrMceaeraeit ol Irish Aaerlcaas and Cathellci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young MIss Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY h IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY scf- ietoredt it tiUalirllU PoitoMIe if SecoadCIu ruUir tttreu all CoMMMlcttlMi t tls KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Once St TRADES UNION COUNCIL H LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 14 1913 TAXING TUB CHURCH Samuel L Wilhite City Controller of Louisville delivered an address before the convention of thp National Association of Comptrollers nnd Accounting Officers at Chatta uooga last week that has attracted widespread attention Upon first reading It would appear that the ouiaylllo Comptroller would Impose a tax upon religion and charity but to the Kentucky Irish American he said that was not his intention From his address we quote I will go further and say that even on property used for purelY religious and charitable purposes and nonsectarian educational IIn Etltutions only a certain percentage of exemption should apply based on the market value of land and Improvements in that localitysuch exemption to be so nominal B merely to Indicate that the charade of the Institution owning and the particular use to which the property was put were thus recognized and all over and above that percentag put on the same basis as other reatly and personalty I have arrived at thin conclusion after careful study and consideration and make this g at eertlon with all reverence to relig- Ion+ and things religious but I honestly feel that the nontaxatlo Ire toiIigiousconnected therewith particulate where such flourish to a large extent has been a detriment and a hindrance to the normal development of cities whose taxpayers are overburdened because of the exemption of a very large part of the property within the corporate limits which should be bearing Its fair share of the cost of Government This is dangerously near Imposing a tax on the right at people to worship God or dispense charity to the unfortunate Our Comptroller however says to us that he meant only such property as was devoted to commercial and revenue product purposes to which few will dbject c but every purson should strenuous r oppose even the suggestion of Imposing a tax on church buildings schools orphan asylums and hqme for the aged and infirm Such tIn BtitUtlons Instead of being a burden JateVnrVijtB greatest benefit wielding Dltinu nce for gpodr cit Heuship and right living woiL mar than ten times any amount that would be derived from their taxa lion Our churches are doing a spiritual work that should not be Interfered with- PASSES SECOND READING The home rule bill for Ireland passed its second reading Tuesda night In the House of Commons the vote being 3G8 to 270 the announce ment being received with Llbera and Nationalist cheering Though short the debate was fiery the oppo sltlon and Orange leaders predicting that the granting of home rule would cause war Hon John Redmond Premier Asquith and other supporters of the bill asserted that these predictions were ridic ulous and that twenty counties in Ireland should not be subjected to the domination of four The bill has now entered the suggestive stags and will soon be sent to the House of Lords where its rejection seems certain It will then be returned to the House of Commons and again passed thus making the bill a law and securing to Ireland that freedom for which she has so long and valiantly struggled The only dan ger lies in the defeat of the present Government before this time next year which would call for another election and doing the work over again delaying home rule for per haps many years to come Sir Ed ward Carson the Orange leader after the passage of the bill said the Irish Unionist members would refuse to take part in any further discussion because it was merely an elaborately staged farce in which their suggestions were certain to be rejected Those members he said will tour the principal cities in Eng land and Scotland holding meetings to protest against the bill They will bo followed however by the English and Irish members and Government leaders who feel confident that the people will give them their endorse ment IPOPE FELICITATES RAISER Prom nome comes word that Pope Plus X has written an autograph letter of felicitation to the Emperor of Germany on the occasion of the twentyfifth anniversary of his ac CMftion to the throne The letter it to understood will be presented by Cardinal Kopp In celebrating the Kaisers twentyfifth anniversary Gtonnany aad the whole world will not only do Honor to a wise and ftfgriMrive ruler an intellectual forts strong exerted for the advuiee moat of German industry art and literature but to the acknowledged war lord head of the worlds greatest military force who has devoted himself consistently and tirelessly to the preservation of peace WOMEN AND DRESS The fashions adopted by women this summer are given a striking and truthful description by Basil King the author who says- I walked down Fifth avenue re cently and it was like being at a fancy dress ball In a lunatic asylum This flaring of crazy colors I do not doubt at all affects the people who are compelled to look at it day after day It makes you feel as if you had been looking at a moving picture ot the cubist order The more civilization was increased the further peo pie previously had come to covering their bodies up The Inclination 6 the present generation Is on the down grade for women take off IIn- stead of put on If you are walking In a street you do not have a chance to see what sort of faces worm have Their gaudy weird shaped clothes kill everything except their figuresThis Is as true of Louisville as New York for here may be seen don the streets every day hundreds of women whose dress is suggestive of anything but modesty Robert Worth BIngham is a gentleman and a great lawyer and his real friends are rejoiced over his decision not to be sacrificed politically by a few malcontents and dlsruptlonists Louisville Democrats are unlei and will nominate the best ticket ever presented the people And it will 1be elected by an overwhelming major Ity Gov McCreary has announced hisI candidacy for the United States Sen Rte With four entries the rociI promises to be an Inteerstlng one CHURCH LAWN FETE Everything is in readiness for the two days lawn fete to be given next Wednesday and Thursday afternoon and evenings on St Louis Bertrandi church grounds Sixth street nee- t1Ak lirdrflte 7itrgegr6Gii istrf 1y ir used are now being fitted up with electric lights specially for the occasion The Holy Name Society Altar Society and Young Ladles Sodality will have separate booths and tables and much good natUred rivalry exists as to which of the three ob tans the best financial results the entire proceeds to be used In diminishing the church debt which under the administration of Very Rev Father McGovern has been re duced about twothirds With the continued hearty support he has received thus far he expects to have the entire amount wiped out by the first of next year The mens committees In charge of the lawn fete areRefreshmentsJoseph Overberg Joseph Morthorst Thomas H Hines William P McDonogh John H Hen nessyoamesJ J Score John Burke Thomas Lynch S J McEllIott W J ConnellyIllumInationFrank McGrath W Jr OSulllvan PressW P McDonogh John J Barry Joseph Foley TWIN CITY LEAGUE Tho feature gamo in the Catholic League last Sunday was the Sham rockChampions contest these two crack teams playing an exciting 1 too game which was much appreciated by the large crowd In attendance the Champs being winners of the game through the twirling of Drownfield who struck out seventeen men this remarkable record being due in a measure to Babe Ryan who coached this young pitcher continually The schedule for tomorrow Is as follows Bruins vs Champions Kentucky Oaks vs Shamrocks Athletics Vs Cadets Spring Bank vs Hepburns the first three games at Shawnee Park and the latter at Cherokee Park The itanBIng to date W L P- othamplons5 2 714 Spring Banks 4 2 667 Kentucky Oaks 4 3 571 Shamrocks 3 3 5- 00hletics3 3 500 lepbnrns 2 3 400 Cadets 2 4 333 Bruins 2 5 286 WITH TILE SICK Patrolman George Murphy of the Seventh district who has been m- with pneumonia for the past eight weeks Is reported somewhat 1m roved though still confined to his room Patrolman Michael J Sulll van of tho Fourth district is able to be up and about and again ready 3r duty Several weeks ago he was seriously Injured by a negro who faulted him with a brlcK OUISVILLE GETS CONVENTION j The State convention of the bath lie Order of Foreetera held this reek at Covington selected Louis vlUe as the meeting place for nest year Dr B J OCofmor was one f the Bpeakers at the banquet Tues ay1 night and told of the arrange ilt ate being made by Lealevlll for le attrtainment of tbe coming iris tmationai coriventlon SOCIETY 11 J IEOQ Miss Frances Wcssel spent last week visiting relatives at Charles town Ind Mrs James Gibbons has been visit Ing In Frankfort the guest of ber daughter Mrs Tim Collins Miss Lucy OReilly spent last week as tho guest of Miss KatherIne EwIng 4001 South Second street Miss Adelaide Crush of the High lands entertained at cards Monday afternoon for Miss Mildred Ouer backer of Memphis Mrs Eliza Shannon and 1IIss Elizabeth Shannon of Parkland have gone to Missouri to spend six weeks visiting friends Misses Myrtle Score and Irene Ross returned this week from StI Catherines Academy where tl1Y had been attending school E J Aud has JUst returned from Chicago where he was employed with a llarge soap concern and w111 again make his residence here Mr and Mrs D J Gleeson ot Slaughter avenue will leave tonic row evening on a two weeks visit to New York and other Eastern points Miss Marie OBrien gave a delight ful tea at her home yesterday afternoon In honor of Mrs Wllllan Phillips of Boston the guest of Mrs Alexis Schulten Frank H Brlnkhaus of CImarro New Mexico will be the guest of hls parents at their silver wedding on Sunday June 15 Mrs John P Hanley Crescent Hill had as guests last week Mrs William B OConnell and Misses Clara and Anna Kennedy of Newport and James Hickey of Coving tonMr and Mrs H A Brlnkhaus wll celebrate their silver wedding at ISt Boniface church on Sunday June 1G at the 730 oclock mass A recej tlon will be given In the evening at their residence 512 East Gray street Seb Hubbuch 2324 West Jefferson street bears the proud distinction of being the father of little Alberta Lillian Hubbuch who came to brighten his home recently and iIsI the only girl grandchild of the Hub buch family Mr and Mrs George Schmitt last week announced the engagement o their daughter Miss Florence Irene Schmitt to Joseph H Wlckstead Their marriage will be solemnlezcd next Thursday at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road Misses Mary Curry and Kathleei Harrigan of Kansas City Allc Curtin of Louisville and Messrs George Momehlbach and J R Graham were members of a house party given by Misses Margaret and Betty McKenna last week at their home at Fairfield Ij I The engagement 01lIs8 Alma Hayden of New Hope and Ferries Dant of Dants both of whom hay many friends In Louisville has been announced Their marriage will tako place next week and will be one of the prettiest June weddings ever witnessed In Nelson county A pretty June wedding will be solemnized at Holy Name church next Tuesday morning when Miss Monica Johnson of Lynnhurst will become the bride of John Maguire Rev John OConnor the pastor will perform the ceremony Both bride and groom arc widely known and their marriage will be one of Interest in society circles Many friends spent a most delightful evening on Tuesday at the borne of Mr and Mrs Hayes Rehm 1951 Deer Park in celebration of the tenth anniversary of their marriage The house was tastefully decorated and presented an animated scene A number of congratulatory message from outside the city were received The marriage of Miss Della T Kenney and John P Langan hat been announced the ceremony to take place at St Louis Bertrands church on Wednesday afternoon Tune 25 at 330 oclock Both are well known and popular in Catholic and Hibernian circles and their many friends extend best wishes They will be at home to their friends after July 1 at 1110 South Seventh street- Walter Higgins and bride who was Miss Mary Hagan will arrive here today on their wedding trip and while in the city will bo the guests of Mr and Mrs William lllg ins 732 South Twnntyfourth street and Mr and Mrs Thomas D nines Audubon Park Their marriage was solemnized Wednesday evening at Mobile Ala whore Mr Higgins has been located for the Ilast three years Frank J Higgins brother of the groom attended the redding and acted as best man FERRYS BIG EVENTS The Fontaine Ferry swimming pool opened this week has surpassed 11 expectations and with its fresh running water illuminated cascades parlors for women dressing rooms swImming instructors and other attendants will prove what Manager Illger promised tho largest and Inest anywhere Next weeks vaude ille bill contains an entire new- lot of entries all of them classy and ualifled as headliners Natlellos band will give now programmes daily In tho openair concerts app the other park attraction will provide leasure and amusements for the oung and old HAD SAD END At Kolb was summoned to Bait more last Monday where his sister MrsL William Murray wucrltlcal1- ymHer1 home watt in Norfolk Va He arrlyed at liar bed lre only a short time before her death and remained for tie funeral He Ii ex Nsted home this evening ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sickness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection TRANSYLVANIA INSURANCE CASUALTY CO Genl Supt Jones + 11 S I HoJ II 1011 III tot HERMAN STRAUS SONS gro- uRirf Avenue wcofff a9Areo MARKET STREET We Give and Redeem I ProfitSharingCertificates iji j i RED TAM= The Only Stamp With a Cash Value PROFITSHARING CERTIFICATES have a cash value our store of 10 cents per or 12 12 cents per page in merchandise 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 weredeem a single full page of PROFITSHARING CERTIFI PROFITSHARING CERTIFICATES will be issued on purchases when bills are paid on or before the 10th of the following monthM4I i- C II H IH++ + 11 11101 I 11 + + I + I I IJI II 3dH SNfflTSl OF COLUMBUSC Late NeW That Will Interestt Members Here and flue where Since the Philadelphia indictment the bogus oath has disappeared Wisconsin has fortythree councils and a total membership of 7820 New members are being receive regularly Into Colorado Springs Coun cihThe fourth degree was conferred last Sunday on about 100 at Port land Ore- Kvansville Council has decided to build a new home that will cost 100000Minneapolis exemplified the thin for a class of eightyfive and wil have another during the summer or early fall- Preparing for the New York State convention held this week the council at Auburn exemplified the third for a class of 160 Nearly 500 members gathered In the little town of Potsdam N Y to witness eightynine receive the third degree on June 4 The council at Notre Dame Ind proposes to erect a building on the college campus to cost at least 50000ICardinal Gibbons will attend Columbus day at the National Conservation Exposition at Knoxville next October Denver Knights will attend in a body the first mass of Father R Hickey at the Cathedral there tomori row morning Walnut Hills Council of Cincinnati gave an elegrant banquet In connec tion with the conferring of the de grees on a class of fiftynine Archbishop Ireland assisted by BIshop Lawler and other clergy conducted the ceremonies at the dedication of the 150000 home at St Paul Rhode Island councils Past State Deputy Charles McAlevy a diamond ring gold watch and engrossed resolution as a tribute of the esteem in which he is held The Elizabeth town Council and the Knights of Hardin county will hold their annual outing this year at Twin Caves on June 29 They expect visitors from many councils CANDY PULLING Members of Holy Cross parish will hold a candy pulling this afternoon Bld evening on the church grounds hlrtysecond and Broadway which all who attend will greatly enjoy here will be a variety of attractions and it is the desire to raise a ice sum for the benefit of the school ST PHILIP NEUPS The closing exercises by the chll dren of St Philip Nerls school will be held in Windhorst Hall next Wednesday night when an excellent rogramme will be presented Cot loa or the Rose of the Algonquins IiL sterling fduraat drama in five cenee will be given a nice stages fitting and production during which will be introdaeed three1 lew role find songs y t3 E N Canada Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Building at page which CATES charge presented FONTAINEFERR YTim PARK BBAUTIPUL dYA YiJ 1 flMATINEESC 1IUIC Free Concerts by Natiellos Band BIO NE- WSWIMMING POOL Entirely sanitary Fresh ruhning wa ter SIMPLY CHAR MINI AND SO VERY CHEAP 150 MILES 50 CENTS FOR 150 On the Elegant Steamers Cityi of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 0 a m goes about seventyfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets tho return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY SOc PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnicsf Socials f Outings This beautiful Park has been greatly Improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies sad parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts 3ARRY DECKER Assistant Manager T F DOLAN JOHN J DWAN ROME PHONE CITY 2209 BUY A SAMPLE IPJE O- SlDOLAN CO RETAIL DEALERS I- NTobaccoLeaf Small quantities Bold to eonsam er Per pound 20o Shipped to mil parts of the United state 135 W Market St Louisville Ky NEWPORT Thomas Metieough of Newport lIlu issued inyltettoBB for the wed ding of hte sister Miss Kathryn ton New Savings Department Opened Monday June 2 tho benefit of those who would like to lay up a part of their FOR or idle money in a safe place on interest the German Insurance Bank opened a modern Savings Department on Monday Juno 2- You arc invited to become one of tho depositors In this now department A dollar starts yon and gives you your pass book This dollar with your deposits thereafter will draw interest for you at tho rate of 3 per cent a year Interest will bo added every six months thereby compounding it for you For flftyninq years this Bank has withstood every panic and financial stringency It has handled and safeguarded the money of thousands of tho beSt firms and citizens of lonlsvillo and Jeffer son County Its deposits now amount to 8000000 Its surplus today is a half million dollars Tho Bank fs managed by men of widest experience in banking and various business pursuits The officials are over alert with regard to tho interests of its depositors and patrons and are always willing to give advice on matters pertaining to investment of your money or to counsel with you aj to your business problems With these advantages it invites you to open an account In tho Savings or other Banking Departments Begin at once German Insurance Bank 207209 West Market St Bet Second and Third H O Walbock President A P Winkler Vice President J O Robbcrt Cashier Edmund Rapp Assistant Cashier John E Binhn Manager Savings Department DIRECTORS Henry Almstcdt Chas Scholfcz Jr Alfred Struck Edw P Peter Goo Kopmeicr Henry C Wnlbcck A P Winkler ITS WHAT YOU SAVE THAT COUNTS HtoJr oJ HHIIIIoJloJJorl +otoI JI III I Jo J lull J 11 ++ 11111 I IIot II llr + A on or to N ST in in A go to K be June 26 at St has real The the N who is A of ttne The Meal In all its majestic and brilliapt efficiency is all doubt the best Gas ever to the It has the most practical gas ever The Meal is to clean and in fact all in quality style name and real mer- itGEHER CQ 215 St AWNINOSANDTENTS large stock of tents hand for sale rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mall promptly Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 LHeaNNNeNNe N10e1fio- Gi FOR N3A3MOTIII3RSBREAD Made the Largest and Sanitary Bakery the South LiaaNdN FORA DIFFERENTAND LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor WM F MAYER 413 W MARKET STD Drlacoil The marriage wilt solemnized James church Ludlow where dough been organist orseVi years ceremony wlllbe performed by Hey Father rhomas Kehoe eotulA brideelect Quick beauty beyond Range offered public saving burner devised Quick easiest keep leads others SON West Market attended THIRD Most fiNK JUNESacred Heart Statues all sizes and prices Sacred Heart Manuals Now and Improved Sacred Heart Rosaries and the now Sacred Heart Litany Homo Votive Lamps to burn before your Statue of tae Sacred Heart Have you a pair of Sacred Heart PIc- tures in your home Wo have a com plete stock of special devotion Books Rosaries and Leaflets ROGERS Church Goods CompanyINC- ORPORATED 418 w JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Good INn year BOas amMttom tint will prare rigs for nil ST XAVIER COLLEGE 118 W na1R7WaInUlI SCy Conducted tor the Xavorlsm Brothers CUMieV Seleatlfle and BB M CettTM Preparatory Pepartaeat Large aw1M Aat eU1IICJtun Tern drat- u u 4 4Ji5 Km wYJx j NTUOKY ISI1 A1tIERIOAN I B PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S Eaot maiu Street e OEce OMAS KEENAN neral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 iAll Us promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREET coffi wW9 m1 ee bran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages PurnUbed for AH Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 81O i01Ht 1H+FF+ 1Iiiii+ 1 01010 I 110101 101 111 DOUGHERTY McELIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH KCO3VEDS Cumb Main 2D98whome City 2003 11 II I II OLD FORTUNArBOUPBONf+ THE PHIL HOLLENBACH GO XKOOKFORATXX H DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS i IMPORTERS I II I I I t t t t t l rim6 WINES OHAIIJOJrU ALA KOLUB845 West Green Street LigIIOYi uf6LltiH o + + DR Je TCHAWK jJJ- II Veterinary 1 Infirmary Jf t713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TelejAMHCwrt S 299a Home City 2399 I NN 4r44 1M 64srt DC m k7 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA S WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE II McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky IHJ JtI All the late and sew Styles and Sblkpee can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see u- sIIERRMANN BROS naoaTBU PINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Deal en la PlaNt Brands of Kea tvcky Whkklea especially iIPearl ofNelsonJIO- TLSD IN BOND TiVipsiss 1 M f 234 l1XT11TMIT W a l o JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market St HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL WORK GUARANTEED CENTRAL FURNITURE GO e Incorporated N W CG ThW Md Grew Sti We furalsh tine kome corn plety payments WM CALLAWIAN Mir few B t c HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolnl the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The division at Pueblo Col Is constantly adding names to Its roster Division 1 has sev rQtcandidates awaiting the degrees and should soon have an Initiation Last Sunday the Hibernians turned out well in the parade honoring Bonjzanoof the Ancient Order In America this country would never know how largeI a debt it owes to the Irish race Every member should attend iat least one meeting a month This will encourage the officers and greatly assist in the work of secur- Ing candidates- A first class degree team has been organized by the Omaha Ladle Auxiliary who will soon institute a Juvenile division for girls from twelve to sixteen years old Division 3 meets Monday night and not again until after the Fourt of July All members are urged 1 to be present at this meeting and henr the reports that will be read The receipts for the Hibernian Irish fair in Chicago amounted to 10000 They will be used for the Emmet Memorial Hall where the last national convention was held Members of Division 2 have begun work to increase their member ship They have n good field from which a large membership could easily be recruited for a big Initli tionDivision 1 will meet next Tuesda night at Falls City Hall and it IIs hoped there will be a good attend ance The business to be transacte is important and of inteerst to all membersThe Auxiliary of Duluth Minn had a big initiation at their last meeting Mrs Sara Murphy County President has been busy gEtting new members for a number of divisionsJust there is a lethargy 1In local Hibernian circles that should not exist Members should wak up and take more interest In strengthening and upbuilding the grand old order Our Ladles Auxiliary will hold an interesting meeting Wednesda night The ladles are having a most successful year and are doing ia great work Those who atteni Wednesday night will be well enter ained The Ancient Order and Ladles Auxiliary of Portland Ore chartered ai special train for the members who attended the dedication of the new church at Beaverton last Sunday father OFlyn their pastor Is Count ChaplainTickets for the Hibernian Social Club moonlight excursion nex nonth are being eagerly sought The nembers now feel confident that hey will realize a nice sum to add to the building fund for the proposed HIbernian han and home KANSASCITVXTOMORROW Joe Cantillons Minneapolis aggregation will play again this afternoon and Charlie Carrs Kansas City team will be here tomorrow for a three ame series and will play a doubleheader on one of their dates 01 account of a postponement durlni heir last visit here The fans hope to see the Colonels trim the Tebeau rowd as many blame the wily Hues owner for the poor schedule handed to Louisville and one or two or the other strong teams The poor showing of the club Eince Its arrival home has been principallY hrough lack of pitching material audermllk and Powell being overworked and the rest of the staff not tailing for much although Smith has hown flashes of form at different Imes The hitting and fielding of- the team Is top notch and outside of the mound artists Louisville possesses the best club in the association and with a fair corps of pitchers would have been out in front ir lhe pennant race- RETAIL LEAF TOBACCO Thomas F Dolan and John J Dwan have just established what promises to fill a long felt want in his district having established a retail leaf tobacco store at 1131 Vest Market street and are making a specfalty of selling small quantities to the consumers with five different grades to choose from This hould prove a boon to the many smokers who prefer to smoke pure leaf tobacco but have riot been able to purchase It- SACRED HEART WINNER The Sacred Heart school Seventeenth and Broadway won a notable ictory in the Palmer Company penmanship contest and is now the recipient of Me handsome gold medal ffered for the best class in penman nip In the parochial schools of the locese of Louisville This class iterally walked away with its opponents receiving 101 diplomas for erfect penmanship or nearly double that received by any competitor POLICE HEROES Each ot the seven police heroes for the year Is Irish says the New York Morning Telegraph Theres Murray Lawlor Thornton Sheehan cMulIen Connor and Shelvy Aside from the majority of racial percent age In their favor on the force the showing Is excellent for the green MILITARY FIELD MASS A military field mass will be celebrated in Rockefeller Park Jeveland on Sunday June 29 un dot the auspices of the First Brigade citOhlo Knights of St John This will be the first service of the kind ever held In the Forest City and It isti expected that 50000 people will ttendr Right Rev Bishop Farrelly bu been Invited to praefde and a large number of priests will assist atthe BolwAh dndUeautiful servicesl BKAIl FBTJED LONG jDraBJik txBed that art Arm at gntiozirponUjiue to r fruit until they 11 150 years ofll SapinskyBankrupt BankruptStocks I Stocksof and Boy- sClothing I Furnishings and Hats on sale at LEVYSTHIRD GetYour YourShare Shareof Good Things Ir L 1I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O i- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday- sPresidentThomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu IckFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keena- nSergeantatArr7sHenry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keant DIVISION 2 sleets First Thursday at St Williams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel iKeefo Financial Secretary John T KoaneyTreasurerJames Welsn SergeantatArms J v Cunning zamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President Jonn M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceH M Financial SecretaryJohn J Hes don Jr- TreasurerDan i 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 ianganRecording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley Sergeant= atArmsThomas Far elLSentlnelM J McDermott Y M I MAOIQN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President Qeo Thorn nSecond Vice PresidentJohn J Lynn Financial SecretaryA 0 Link Recording SecretaryJohn R larry Corresponding Secretary Harry 11 Klbhey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schnler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grater HINTS ON STYLE For dressy tailored costumes white moire and faille silk are most fashionable A new trick In millinery is the use of whlto or black net veils over white crepe The new pokes have curious little ublstio looking knots of flowers on their brims In Paris odd waistcoats are being worn with smart short and three uarter coats The colored sash draped round the hips is popular with a great zany summer gowns Cretonne comes In such charming designs this season that It looks as Itr It would at last be in favor as a ress material Artificial flowers are as much used as ever for dress ornaments end are prettier covey day Vollets specially are perfect There are many new crepe de hines and there are some beautiful Ilk grenadines both plain and bor deredthat promise to be greatly Bed tOt afternoon frocks Cotton voliee cotton crepes and isaora are all being shown and alth ugh it Is as yet too early for models in theso materials they are to be among the favorites for the summer WON DINNER 8BT The dinner satdisposed of for the snefltI of St Aloyalup new church wee Valley at the euchre given Ma120 la Trinity Council jHall wadi warded to Franete Veltb7H cast I ladlaoa street t w IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Dr Michael Garry was elected b Clare County Council as tuberculosis officer for the county The Tullamore Guardians have unanimously Increased the salary of the new Workhouse Master Martin Calvin Tho death has taken place at Ballybay where he had been a curate for some years of the Rev Daniel Meenan- A verdict of accidental death was returned at an Inquest at Swanlln bar on James Maguire a farmer Who was found dead on the roadside The monument erected to the memory of Michael Cusack in Dran gan County Tipperary was unveiled in the presence of a large gathering- As there were no criminal case for trial at the Quarter Sessions at Roscommon County Court Judge Wakely was presented with white gloves The diocese of Meath bas sus tamed a severe loss by the death of the Rev Richard Lynch of Ash bourne which occurred at the paro chial house- Hugh Murray a farmer of Ard keen near Portaferry was drowned In Strangford Lough while engaged in a small flatboat cutting seaweed close inshore The death is announced in his thirtieth year of Rev John OCon nor at Cahirdanlel one of the ablest and most promising of the younger school of clergy in the Kerry dio cese Michael Fleming of Shillelagh was at the quarterly meeting of tIe Wlcklow County Council coopted a member of the council by eleven votes to nine given for John McCrea of Cooneyhorn The Thomastown Guardians have unanimously reelected Patrick Kavanagh as Master of the Work house permanently the terms for which he had originally been ap pointed having expired At the fortnightly meeting of the Bantry Board of Guardians Dr James F OMahony was unan imously appointed to tho position of Medical Officer for the Durrus and Kilcrohane Dispensary District of the Bantry Union At the meeting of the Westport Board of Guardians there were twelve applicants for the position of Master of the Workhouse in room of the late P A Lennon Mrs Len non widow of tho late Master was unanimously elected all the candi dates withdrawing- A national teacher named John Cryan was found lying dead beside his bicycle on the road near his school at Glencullen in the Eel mullet district It is thought that Cryan had been cycling to his school is usual when he met with an acci dent and received fatal Injuries Judge Barry at Baltinglass Quarter Sessions in addressing the grand jury who had only for consid eration one case In whch a man was Indicted for stealing a bag of flour regretted that they were brought there at trouble and expense be cause there appeared to be no ev Idence against the accused NOTES FROM NEW ALBANY The closing exercises of Holy Trinity parochial school will tako place at he school hall on Thursday night June 19 The ladles of Holy Trinity church will give a euchre in the school hull on Tuesday eevnlng June 17 They have been making extensive prepara tions for the affair and a large crowd is expected Will Nickel who has been work- Ing in Peoria 111 is In New Albany on a short visit to relatives and rlendsTomorrow will be first com nunlon day at Holy Trinity church The Good Will 500 Club was very pleasantly entertained by Miss Jane Houghton at her home on East Elm street There were present the fol owing Wilbur Heckel Roy Frey Andrew Hoppenjon Lee Gohmann Philip Oberhausen James Lopp Louis Beck Alfred James Jack ontrlch Edmund Schmitt Misses Katherine Berth Mae Heckel filmed Heckel Louise Hinkebeln Loretta Higgins Emma and Frances Huber Nell Koch Kathryn Nor- mallY Mary Houghton and Mrs M Llutt The successful players were lack Pontrlch Roy Frey James Lapp Misses Jane Houghton Nell Koch and Emma Huber ASKS FOR HELP The Catholic Womans Club is yard at work and making a de ermlned effort to win the big Pee lee paint contest for 600 which loses this Saturday afternoon at 3 clock The club will remain open to receive cans or labels or they will end for same if notified by either phone in reasonable time They equest their friends to vote for hem when purchase is made in addition to sending in cans or labels LEAVES FOR EUROPE Miss Kate Collins Secretary of the Catholic Womans Club left last week for a tour of Europe and will spend the summer months abroad The Board of Directors met Monday morning and among other business decided to give a lawn fete at Spring lank Park early in July the exact date to be announced later MAMMOTH BARBECUE The Spring Bank Club which has cqulred a State wide reputation rill give another of Its mammoth arbecues for the benefit of Holy roes church at Spring Bank Park on July 14 and 15 The proceeds wUl be donated to the church debt fund EXPECTS 800 SISTERS Eight hundred Sisters from con eats and colleges frpm all over the United States Vlll attend the eon entlon of the Catholic Kduoatlonal sspeiatloB to be held in New orI- leans on June 30 The Sisters will 1i eopeatsof the Urgullnee II FRANK FEHR REWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE Ky r fTTTTir smnTr SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent aqd Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING s INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KW Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TIlE WIEDEMANNJ1fCOaJO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellentflavM ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky z FALLS CITY BREWING CO4 INCORPoRATKnIBroadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Orden a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 5ALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Lighti JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewer 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LQWSV1LLm KY NOW SOLD IN BOTTLES OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER ORDER A CASE FOR YOUR HOME JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KV EXPERT PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING Voicing Action Regulating Prof Walter Klaussne 403 SOUTH SECOND Dome Phone City 71O5 BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Ueleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THEFLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Pbdnes 223 Albert F5 Tillma TAILOR Classy Suits to order2S00 and up Satisfaction euaran toed 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 H BOSSEi lSON Furierall Directors and Embalmers 810 PBKR AVNUJev 1111t1 1- r THE 2 FAVORITES of Uolsrllles Pardculir Smokers TARPY SPECIALrlOc CigaryLITTLE A J 5c Cigar- I The cigars without an equalln qnallty and flavor HomemadeUnioamadezand the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY a CO MAKERs SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET MONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging IK price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargains Before purchasing please give ors a call at our warerooms 318329 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Ci CB THOMPSON FLORXSTONLY Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVBNUM BerkTefepUr tees All Orders receive prompt attMMt asd satisfaction guaranteed A Delightful Smoke PHOIYLCITY 23101ORi CLEOPATRA 1R+ GONDOLA 1ai + AL DOME6Jt4x5 tBay Stmtett i i V F i JCENTUOKY A RIO John H Buschemeyer FOR MAYORSubject to the Action of the Demo cratic Party FOR SATURDAY I We have assembled more than one thousand Suits to sell forII 4 1450Here are 2500 2250 and 2000 values for 1450 We have cut the price Cunnings Brotzge N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON J Meaa and Yoand Mens Exclusive Clothes SbopI 3 Do You Realize What Nicks Green Label Means to You If not listen It means double premium value at TRADING ST AMP forour store or one GREEN each GREEN LABEL Also if youd rather one a 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 wtiK4 +w+ wKSaK s+wtiwwnnww ++wtitia+aKea THE HB W STORESh- ould be in the mind of every house keeper when they need Carpets Rugs and Draperies Our Market street location makes it possible to sell the Highest Class Goods at most moderate prices We know that you can do better at our store if you look for good merchandise Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff 522524 WEST MARKET STREET i P 11AKKVWItiW 1KKtiK VYNIKNK N NNKKtiKNNKKK1KKKtNN For Your Furniture Wants 4 I- J I WANT YOUR TRADE II My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENEI 425 427 and 429 East Market Street j ifg1aa i fM The Last DollarW IThat you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOU DEDItwice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7p m DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL co1 INCORPORATHD FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE Now is the time to fill your coal bin with our freshly rained Stat Block Coal 4400 PER TON 2000 POUNDS gam aOUyalolOtk888y n c- rQ CHARLES H KNIGHT CANDIDATE FOR STATESENATORfHlRTYSIXTH Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 VOTE FOR George Schlegel FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 21 1913 MUIR WEISSINGER Candidate For ReElection For COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Acton of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 1913 Primary August 2 S9J3 i J Russell Gaines Candidate For ReElection SURVEYORJEFFERSON COUNTY 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 Primary Election Aug 2 1913 Dr H E Mechling CANDIDATE F- OROORONER Subject to Action Democratic Party BENSCHULMAN CANDIDATE FO- RMAGISTRATE SIXTH HA6ISTERIM DISTRICT CMRfMM H FtHlR Fnn SId MM Sew WftfvC Subject to Action of ta D meeratle Party I r IJ O J JOHN R PFLANZ Candidato For ReEleoion JAILERJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election Vugust 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 NEMAN Candidate For ReElection CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August2 1913 A NdL121 CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary August 2 1913 I have served you four years as Sheriff and if you think me worthy of your support for County Assessor I assure you I will appreciate it WILLIAM E HOLLEY CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to Action of the Democratic PartyWm M Duffy CANDIDATE FO- RLEGISLATURE FiftyFirst Legislative District Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Subject to Action of the Democratic Party rALL DAY GARDEN PARTY The ladies of St Anthonys Hos pital Sowing Society are busy pre paring for a monster allday garden party to be given July 23 on the beautiful grounds of Mr and Mrs M Poschlnger Vernon and Sycamore avenues In the afternoon there will be lotto and euchre and other amuse ments and for those who desire there will be an excellent dinner and supper INVITED TO ST PETERS It Is reported that Pope Plus has sent an Invitation to the Rev Father William J Finn of Chicago Ito ac eept the position of choirmuter of St QPeters church of Rome Father Finn who la choirmaster of the Paullit choir isI only twentynine years old r r p s RAY Candidate For RfEtection COUNTY CLERK Subject to the Action of the I Democratic Party Primary Election Vugust 2 1913 QEO W BERRY CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEEig- hth Material District Composed of the Elev enth and Twelfth Wards Subject to the Action of the emocratlc Party Primary Election ugust 2 1913 JOSEPH M HEYER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic party VOTE FOR SAMUEL W GREENE FO- RCOUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 PRIMARY ELECTION AUG 2 1913 C7 CRONAN CANDIDATE F- ORSHERIFFSubject to Action of the Democratic Party Chas C Foster CANDIDATE F- ORJAILERJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of the Democratic Party 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 offering for Olty TrMurariH tlla9iIWhat What It Means to Yo The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy Hi JWhenof the amount of your purchases for Joining for Instance The membership fee on a 2500 purchase woultM bo 75c JTho membership fee on n 5000 purchase won be USO- Tho membership fee on greater purchases wouj of course bo in porportion I You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your totaJ as the first payment For instance on a 2500 purchafl 250 down in addition to the membership fee makin 0lal of 325 The goods are then delivered to you and youMrrange to pay the balance in small weekly or monthly payments When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are pur chased at our cash prIceswhether special or regularyou will comparIsonIthe privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB l further Information regarding the Club Plan will be LAN1 IIOTHER by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the I fjr I BACON INCORPORATED SONS li If fla q Be Convinced of the Suuperlor Quality of Mulloys Good Coffee BY TRYING IT NEXT TIME RQASTED DAILY Our Special Blend at three pounds for SOo will please yon greatly JOHN M MULLOY0 J Horn Phone tjaj 1910 W 3MARJCEST BTRKISTt- xtoaiax8y TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAMVan- illa Strawberry Chocolate Orange Pineapple and Other Flavors EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2108 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY iKKK1KKOK1NNSKSSKS1VNKgK1SKKti wfKfKKKKNKKS44t ORIGINATED AND MADE IN LOUISVILLE FIVE OENTSll Founts Cafes and Bars The Drink Delicious KENTUCKY SYRUP AND BOTTLING COMPANY INCORPORATED 108 East Main St Louisville Ky HOME PHONE 0250 K KK1 tvK4K1SNKKNKKtiY RIDE A BICYCLEHealth had Pleasure will be yoursyour financial surplus will increaseyou will be more independentyou can go and come when you please But get a good Bicycleone that will stand the test Get a Greyhound Bicycle Sold by us and used by satisfied riders for many years Wire and Qilron 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 PlautlounlllM J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRING Prts Mgr VlctPrjs ftTrtis Secretary Baanoa Sewer Pipe Co Salt Glazed Sewer and Calvert Pipe Batmens Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Condalts Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire ProoBag Floe Pipe Flue Lining Fire BricK and loiter Tile Gronnd Fire Cay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TELEPHONE 573 WORKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TELEPHONE 2833 L Adfv1 ALLta L JAu1U Ragtimebooklet PLAYING PIANO J FOREST THOMPSONi 2822 W Maw Sfawwe 2174 U l J n 1 r