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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rrt a WE DO- PRINTING BRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order VOLUME XXXIINO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDA MAY 2 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS I ASSAILED Bonar Law Gives Way to Ylo Iciice Temper and Bad Language Tory Leader Calls Prime Minis terLlar in the House of Commons Home Kulo Bill Marches Stead fly Toward the Statute Book CHURCHILL TO ATTACK TORIES jThis week stands out boldly even In the prolonged home rule light by reason of violence temper and bad 1 language says Hon T P O Con nors weekly cablegram Even private social relations between members of Parliament have been Interrupted When Bonar Law Tory leader calls Asquith leader of the House of Commons and Prime Min ister a liar It is obvious that things have reached the abyss of passion and recrimination But a good deal of all this apparently unconiroiUblf passion is fictitious and stage thun derEvery day during the week As quith In his new character of Min ister of War has been cross exam ined with ferocity and with insult as to dates and as to alleged contra dictions dn his answers Everything possible is done to excite passion in Parliament and lend color to the plot legend Asquith has preserved great dignity throughout this try Ing ordeal and only lost his temper when he who Is universally ack nowledged to be almost brusquely frank and Inflexibly straight was charged with lying Asquith met this Insult by an im mediate challenge to Bonar Law to submit the whole issue to the House of Commons Law fenced with this challenge for several days demand ing instead a Judicial InquiryIn other words some tribunal which would fish for all kinds of improb able stories due to the excited and not very clear minds of mutinous Orange officers of the Gough type but ultimately the Tory leader was forced to accept the challenge and two days next week will subject the whole story to a searching examlna jUontMPubllcatlon of Gen Dagetls letter and his documents has already exploded the whole story except of course in the minds of partisans too excited to discriminate between truth and fable or too dishonest to sur render a useful appeal to Orange fanaticism and Ignorance These movements meantime have an immense effect on the morals of the Liberal party in the House of Com mons and the country That party which seemed somewhat listless and tired at the beginning of the session owing to the tremendous strain of the last three years is now fiercely vital angry and aflame with eagerness to accept the challenge of the ToriesThis spirit Is due to resentment of Carsons bullying and of Bonar Laws Insults and above all to the feeling that the Issue of the army against Parliament Is once more coming to the surface On that Is sue the Liberals calculate they would get from their constituencies almost as big a majority as in the tidal wave election of 1906 Though everything thus seems to favor the Liberal fortunes the situation re mains somewhat difficult for the state of the army and navy still Is unsatisfactory and Asquith has many troubles still to face If it should become necessary to take active measures against Carsons volunteers the chief safeguard for preservation against any collision between the British army and the Orange volunteers Is that the volunteers were never meant to fight the army and were only the show part of the plot to produce such a mutiny in the army as would paralyze the Government in any attempt to sup press the rebellion but In the present temper of the Liberals any such mutinous movement by the army would have to be sternly met with wholesale dismissals and with such resolute action as would disperse ill attempt at disorder Everybody on the Liberal side has great confidence In Asqulths clearheadedness and equability of tem per and nobody fears any show ol weakness on his part Indeed i the present temper of the Liberal- and Laborltes any weakness on anti Liberal leaders part would mean hisI own and his partys ruin Tory wrath is concentrating at the moment on Churchill who is dreade- as time most formidable and fearless opponent in the Ministry and whose orders for big movements of the fleet now published officially reveal his readiness to put everything tc proof and not to hesitate at any steps necessary to proclaim the supremacy of the executive over either army mutiny or Orange rebellion Churchill rises to the occa flion by fiercer defiance to the Tories s during the sittings of the House 01 Commons than ever and In nex weeks debate he will probably bi chosen to give the crushing answei to all Tory attacks and to frami again his terrific indictment of twi weeks ago of the Tory party for it campaign to seduce the army fron Its allegiance Meantime the mine dlate effect of recent proceedings and especially of Tory outbursts 1I- to harden aid unite the Libera ranks and to make It as imposslbl to get thenas to getthe Nation J tr I f w 6L KENTUCKY IiIsu AMERICAN allsts even to listen to any proposal of further concessions with regard to an extension of the agreed six years of Ulster exclusion Amid all this tumult therefore the home rule bill marches steadily and rapidly toward the statute book j KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN Brilliant and impressive were the religious services that marked the silver jubilee of St Michaela Com mandery Knights of St John at St Peters church last Sunday Resplendent In their uniforms the members presented an edifying sight as they approached the altar to re ceive holy communion in recognition COL P J BREEN t of Gods blessings upon Commandery I 103 and its officers and members Rev Father Kaiser was the celebrant I of the mass and in a short I sermon he referred to the extraordinary J gathering within the sacred I precincts as crowning twentyfive I years of conscientious effort He I voiced the sentiment and spirit of theI city he said when he expressed the hope that God would bless the trueI Knights who are also true Catholics I and true citizens Urging conscien i tious fulfillment of duty Father I Kaiser declared the lessons of the i past were a source of encouragement I and hope for the future In concluding he prayed that the blessings of the past twentyfive years might be i increasedThe was again thronged in the afternoon at the solemn vespers when the commandery was accompanied by Col P J Breen and staff headed by the Stars and Stripes and led by Capt Theo Popper the only charter member present Father Kaiser preached the sermon which was pronoun5gd An6 QLtbe most eloquent ever Heard In St Peters Following the vespers there was a Jubilee banquet presided over by Alderman Fred Leezer plates being set for 250 When justice had been done the excellent menu Father Kaiser announced that the Rev Father Jerome former pastor sent hearty greetings and best wishes for many more years of progress Rev Fathers Paul and Mark said the Knights might well look back with pride to a record which they hoped would continue Col P J Breen read a telegram from the Supreme Board wishing success for another I twentyifive years and a glorious golden jubilee Others who responded briefly were President Ben LuTcen Major John R Fox Major John Helnrlck Lieut Ben Muller Adgt Gen Clem Wlegand Col Henry Poppe and William M Higgins This jubilee and the banquet were much enjoyed by the Ladles Auxiliary and the lady friends of the Knights The day will go down as an epoch making event in the history of St Michaels Commandery whose work during the past quarter of a century has richly earned the success achieved t I ST WILLIAMS SCHOOL I The feast of St George was befittingly I remembered by the pupils of St Williams school In honor of I their pastor Very Rev George Connor I High mass was beautifully celebrated at 8 oclock the childrens I choir singing admirably well Holly woods Mass In E which they had learned for the occasion In the afternoon long before the hour ap pointed the patrons of the school and many other friends of Father Connor had assembled In the hall to witness the entertainment pre pared as a surprise for him on his patronal ast and a most agreeable surprise it proved to be from be ginning to end In the rendering of the beautiful programme each child deserves unstinted praise We noted with special pleasure the ad dress to the reverend pastor and the musicsoperettaynor encouraged the children and teachers by expressing his surprise haddthe feast of St George a memorable one In addition to the class and chorus numbers those rendered by Misses Ethel Green Gertrude Bronger Viola Lish Lucille Edelen Antone Ice Estelle Tannehlll An gold LIston Margaret Moloney and Margaret OHara were especially pleasingsil4fTlBLESSED STATUE t t With Impressive ceremony a fine e statute of St Anthony was solemnly r blessed Sunday afternoon in Holy 0 Trinity church at St Matthews Theo statue is the gift 01 a member of the s congregation to the pastor the Rev Father John Bohlsen and Is a hand some addition to the church The 14fsa thee1 r per MrvloeVI j I c 0 HERALD Refuses Space For Correction of Misleading Statements of Mrs Len bII I I Majority of Irish Protestants Arc For Passage of the Home Rule Bill I Catholics Rise Above Religious Prejudice in Political Matters fOLLOW PROTESTANT LEADERS Last week the Kentucky Irish American commented upon the absurd statements of Mrs James A Leach made In an Interview with a reporter for the Louisville Mrs Leachs hostile HeraldII Catholics andagainst home forI Ireland were received with contempt and Indignation and expressions of protest Among the latter Is theI following from a widely known and Intelligent citizen which tho Herald refused to print and to which woI cheerfully give spaceII beg the favor of a little space to correct the very misleading state ments in regard to home rule in reland published In last Sundays Issue of the Herald In the Interview given you by Mrs James A Leaoh Mrs Leachs views upon home rule are obviously colored by religious prejudice as she declares she is opposed to It because it will result In Catholic domination and a consequent I increase In taxation upon the Protestants and is simply a scheme to put Redmond and T P OConnor I In power and that time majority of the Irish people are opposed to it I Now the facts are as every one at all conversant with Irish affairs knows that threefourths of the pea pie of Ireland are Catholics and are majorIItyOrange faction opposing It being the smallest section of the Inhabitants of Ireland and Ulster Itself elects two home rule members to Parlia ment and Mr Devlin is one of the members for Belfast itself Oll course home rule will result in the Catholics having control fat the Irish Government as they are the great- majority t just as the Protestants control England and the United States tor a similar reason And I why should not Irishmen govern Ireland in Its internal affairs as Englishmen govern England and Americans the United States and Kentuckians Kentucky And Mr Redmond and OConnor and their associates have proven their statesI manshlp before the whole world and their complete fitness to direct the government ofa free Irish nation for the happiness and prosperity of all people Catholic and Protestant alike Homo rule will result In re duced taxation for the onerous bur den of the constabulary and a great military establishment will then be removed as no longer necessary and the vast sums now spent upon them used for Internal Improvements and the upbuilding of Industrial enter prises by which the whole nation will profit All this talk that home j rule means Rome rule Is arrant non sense intended to arouse religious rancor and groundless opposition There will be no union of Church and State or special privileges for the Catholic church under home rule The Irish people do not want and wont have It No section of the Irish people will suffer Injustice so long as they oyally support the legal govern meat of their country The Irish Cnthollcs have followed Protestant leaders as faithfully and loyally is Catholic leaders in striving for the right of selfgovernment The very first leader of the home ulff movement back In 1870 and 1880 was a Protestant Isaac Butt After his death came the Incom nurable matchless Charles Stewart Parnell also a Protestant and one fourth of the home rule members who stood with Parnell through all that trying and glorious struggle for selfgovernment were Protestants and a Jew Alderman Abraham of Dublin In religious matters touching their claim for national and political freedom the Irish people have ever been most broad and liberal when they were convinced that a man was true to Ireland The name and memory of the Protestant Rob ert Emmet the noblest martyr patriot of any age or race whose dying words In behalf of his coun trys liberty express the sublimest sentiments In the pages of history nd is a classic wherever the English tongue Is known IB cherished and revered in the heart of every true Irish Catholic the world over and will be so long as men love liberty and patriotism And back In 1848 tho Catholics of Ireland followed the Protestants John Mitchell Will lam Smith OBrien Thomas Davis and others thus always showing that they rise above narrow religious prejudice in political matters as their enemies so unjustly charge As popularityhasreelection unopposed to his seat in Parliament last week and his fitness or the high office lie holds has been temonstrated again and again and Is acknowledged by thinking men of all parties In Bngland tin conclusion 1 ylsh to remark that it Mrs James V Leach 1S811 poorly advised iti euffralscmatters M she 1s in Irl u C c j J affairs I pity the Suffragettes Yours Home Rule SUFfRACISM Leads to Muddy Vortex of Poll tics and Brutal Activities of Government Woman the Refining and Enno bling Influence of OurI Civilization But Few Catholic Women Have Yet Been Caught In Its Lure ARE DANfiERPUSDEPTHSBEYOND i The Live Issue edited by Conde B Pallen never jt spoke truer words than when it declared that if votes for women meAnt merely the casting of a ballot there would be no occa sion for quarreling with the Suffragist movement But unfortunately It neither ends there nor begins there rhe result would drag woman into the muddy vortex of politics and thrust her into the brutal activIties- of government It is said that government rests on forcethe coarse fact is that govern ment is force In a democracy every voter by his ballot wields that force Every time a policeman smashes a head with his club the voter Is do Ing the smashing every time a hang man adjusts a noose around a crim inals neck the voter is doing the adjusting The application of force Is not pleasant We can not blink the fact that it is even brutal Out of this ugly work we have kept women we have removed her far from it within tho sheltering walls of the home She Is the refining and ennobling influence of our civiliza tion She is humanly speaking the moral center of life When she Is dragged from the domestic sphere the balance of our civilization is de stroyed and disintegration sets in It Is futile to urge against this that under the present Industrial condi tions many women have been thrust out of their domestic surroundings In other words that many of them have already leen unsphored from the domestld orld We grant It and we deplore it But because wo hsye got1ntuses isnoareason that we should hake it messier To accelerate the deterioration Is not to mend It Wpman In industrial life is a monstrous misfortune and woman in political life a monstrous calamity Political activity and the exercise of governmental functions go together To cast a ballot and abstain from politics would be a futilityBut Suffraglsm Is not a movement apart Its roots lie deeper than the surface controversy of granting woman the suffrage franchise Suffraglsm Is only one of theII symptoms of the underlying radical r Ism of the hour which has its source In the materialistic sweeping the world philosophyII Its most stalwart manifestation and I Feminism the emancipation ofij womanhood from its natural and do mestic obligations Its logical complement Suffraglsm Is the tatters noisily begotten daughter Votes for women Is but the entering wedge to the ultimate destruction of family I life Few Catholic women have been caught in the lure of Suffraglsm Catholic teaching upon the sanctity- of the family upon marriage as not only anatural but a divine institu tion upon the noble position of woman and her holy responsibilities Save sunk so deep Into the soul of Catholic womanhood that Catholic women are not easily seduced Into- a movement which though plausible on the surface is at its source a gross materialism The exceptions among Catholic women are few and these few can have lent themselves to Suffraglsm only in ignorance of the dangerous depths beyond There Is danger and grave danger Resist the beginnings is an old and wise maximIt little rift within thelute That bye and bye will make the music mute The little pitted speck in garnered fruit That rotting inward slowly moulders all MISSION AT ST MARYS Tomorrow morning at the high mass a mission will be opened in SU Marys church Eighth and Grayson streets by the eloquent ather Vin cent Trost 0 F MOl closing on Sun day evening May 10 Masses will be said dally at 530 and 830 oclock with a German sermon at the latter The evening services will commence at 730 when the sermon will be In English Father Wester mann the pastor of St Marys In vites Catholics and nonCatholics to the mission services ST LOUTS BERTRAND EUCHRE The congregation of St Louis Bertrands church will entertain with a euchre and lotto next Friday even ing In Bertrand Hall Sixth street near Oak the proceeds to too do nated to the Church debt and building fund The mens committee iIn charge are Cot J J Score John H H nnl8TThomasLynchThomas Morgan MJ McDermott Thomas Hines S J Mcfilllott Harry ffiihei and George HaokmUlerAnun usually Jarge numaberof home mad e pikee will b dt o dofdurlnJthE heveaisgI C 1- I i IJ GALLITZIN How He Founded ills Catholic Colony in Wilds of the Allcglmnics Was the Second Priest to Be Ordained by Bishop John 1 Carroll Lies Buried Beneath the Path lie Had Trod For Many Years PRINCE PRIEST AND MISSIONARY By James A Rooney- If some curious delver into the records of Cambria county Pennsyl vania for the early years of 1800 should come across the signature of Augustine Smith and if ho had oc casion to look up the parish register themsamemarriage or baptism attested by the same Augustine Smith as the Cath olic priest Of the place he might be puzzled until Informed that the said j Augustine Smith was really the Rev Demetrius Augustine Gallitzln the I princepriest and pioneer missionary jI of that wild Alleghany country j I whose death In 1840 is chronicled In our Catholic chronology under date of May 6 This was the name assumed by this scion of one of Rus sias most illustrious families when he came to this country In 1792 and It was used by him for many years after his ordination In 1809 how ever the Pennsylvania Legislature validated his acts and purchases un authorIIzedFather Gallitzln labored In that rugged wilderness for fortyone years and he left It a rich farming coun try he died as poor as he had lived though he spent 150000 of hislI patrimony in establishing and main taining his Catholic colony he was the spiritual guide and shepherd of his people and for many years the only priest In that whole region- It may also be regarded as among the Inscrutable designs of Divine Providence that a dying Protestants desire for baptism was responsible for Father Gallltzlns advent into the wilderness ho was to recreatesand= evangelize Having= BishopCarrolldained by him Father Badln being the first he was sent to minister to the scattered Catholics of Northern Maryland Southern Pennsylvania and Virginia While at Couewago the following year he was notified that a Mrs John Burgoon a Prot estant desired to become a Catholic before her death which was Im minent She lived at Capt Ma gulros settlement near the summit of the Alleghnnles 150 miles away but Father Gallitzln undertook the long Journey over primitive roads Instructed the dying woman and ad mitted her into the church- It was then that he was Inspired to found a Catholic colony in that remote region Father Gallitzln as certained that Capt Maguire had bequeathed 400 acres to Bishop Car roll for future church purposes and In furtherance of his Idea the prince priest proceeded to buy n large tract of the adjoining land He se cured Bishop Carrolls assent to the project and permission to make his home there and in 1799 he began the work that ho was to continue until his death with jurisdiction over 100 miles in every direction and out of which later was carved out the dioceses of Pittsburgh Erie Altoona and part of Harrisburg Ho built a church of pine logs and he said his first mass In lit Christmas day Then ho built a log cabin for himself about thirty feet away and It was beneath the path he had trodden between church and house that afterward he was burled ac cording to his own directions The log church was enlarged In 1808 and was replaced by a frame structure In 1817 and It remained the parish church long years after its builder had been called to his reward The present day visitor to Loretto will find few traces of his early struggles and no remains of the pristine wilderness Instead he will find more than a score of thriv- Ing parishes ministered to by twice as many priests within a radius of fifteen miles from the spot once oc cupied by Father Gallltzlns log church At Loretto ho will find St Michaels splendid stone church consecrated October 2 1901 the Father Gallitzln chapel St Francis Monastery the provincial tfbuse and novitiate of the Franciscans and the convent of the Sisters of Mercy he may admire Father Gallitzlns noble features reproduced in bronze and marvel at the stupendous work accomplished by him Father Gallitzln was born at The Hauge while his father Prince Demetrius Gallitzln was Russian Ambassador to Holland His mother a Catholic was the Countess Amallc von Schmettau daughter of the cele brated Russian Field Marshal He received a liberal education befittingi his rank and at the age of seven teen became a practical Catholic taking at his confirmation the name of Augustine as a compliment to his mother who was born made heil first communion and was married or- s St Augustines day August 28 HI was at first Intended for the arm and was appointed on the staff b Gen yon Lllllen In theserIce o Auitria Later his father decided 01 thie speeding nbtne years in trayel L with his tutor Father Francis Brosius and under the XavierII Augustine Smith he America landing at Baltimore Oc tober 28 1792 Among his letters of introduction was one to Bishop Car roll had soon discovering that he had a vocation to the priesthood he was one of the first students to be admitted to St Marys Seminary Baltimore established the year be fore by Father Nagot and his fellow Sulplclans He finished the regular course and was ordained March 18 1795 being the first In the United States to receive all the holy orders at his ordination and the second priest ordained by Bishop Carroll After serving in the sacred ministry at Baltimore for a short time he was sent among the scattered Cath olics of Pennsylvania where he soon began the career that has made his name famous as the princepriest and pioneer missionary of the Alle ghanles Copyright FATHER RYAN OFFERS Provided he can secure the con sent of Bishop Chartrand of Indian apolis temporarily to vacate his charge the Rev J J Ryan pastor of St Francis Xaviers church at Henryvllle Ind eighteen miles north of Jeffersonrllle has an nounced he desires to become a Chaplain of the first Indiana regi ment that leaves for Mexico It is doubtful whether the consent can be secured It is thought because priests are in demand all over In diana Father Ryan was formerly a sailor and served four years in the navy being with Admiral Dewey at Manila Following his discharge from service he returned to New York his home then came to In dianapolis where he decided to study for the priesthood Ho is an Intimate friend of Mayor Mitchel of New York and was greatly exer cised when he read there had been an attempt to assassinate him Father Ryan is about thirtyfive years old and came to Henryvllle last September He Is popular with hi congregation also tho people outside of his church At this time he KB giving much of his attention to an effort to raise funds for building a new church He is at tho head of a movement to hold the greatest picnic ever known In Clark county at Enlows woods near Henryvllle on July 4 It is expected at least 1000 will be realized from the affair a feature of which will be a barbecue where everybody who attends will be fed on the grounds A niimber of cash donations have beenjfpade and gifts of supplies have begun to come in The committee at the heal of the affair is as follows The Rev J J Ryan Chair man Joseph Murphy Secretary Robert Spire Leo ONeal Harry C McCormick Charles Schaefer Henry BpnlI1g MEETING OF ALUMNAE The Alumnae of the Sacred Heart school Seventeenth and Broadway held their annual meeting and social last Sunday evening In the school hall Patrick OSullivan favored the gathering with some piano selec IrItributed to the enjoyment of all Rev Father Walsh spoke for a few moments on the dangers surrounding those In the business world and also in condemnation of the dances and other evils of today The A N Pal mer medal for penmanship won by the school last year greatly by the effort of the commercial department was exhibited neatly framed with the names of winners After the ap pointment of officers for the coming year the alumnae repaired to ihe commercial room which was trans formed from a severe business apart ment Into a grand banquet hall with decorations of blue and white every where and several long tables laden with good things The Society num bers nearly 200 and includes many young men and several nonCath olics With a few exceptions as to some who have married and others who have left the city they are all In good positions and doing great credit to their alma mater- VINCENTIANS The quarterly meeting of the St Vincent de Paul Society last Sunday afternoon atQhe Knights of Colum bus hall on Fourth avenue was well attended and very Interesting Presi dent John A Doyle occupied the chair and was happy In his Introduc tions and remarks All the confer ences submitted reports showing great activity and excellent work during the past three months Quite a number of new members were received into the society in which there is a steady and increasing In terest The address of the day was delivered by the Rev Patrick Walsh pastor of the Sacred Heart church who was given a most hearty greet ing He dwelt upon the splendid work the Vlncentlans were doing for the poor and friendless his words commending real charity making a great impression on all present Rev Father DPnen also spoke encour aglncly of the Vlncentlnns and the closing remarks of Rev Father Donahue of the Cathedral brought to a close one of the beat Vincentlan meetings held for some time CARDINAL OFFERS SERVICES Cardinal OConnell who sailed from Boston for Rome last Saturday on the White Star liner Canoplc telegraphed both President Wilson and Gov Walsh that he would re turn cancelling his engagements abroad at any time the country needed his services The Cardinals messaee sent from the pier follows r Mr President Today I am sailing for Rome by arrangements made long before the present nationali r crisis could be foreseen I am ready returfnm n always at the service of my beloved country and Us honored head n 1- jf 6 WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order Chancesination Not Regarded With Certainty Farmers Unable to Vote and the City Electors Oppose His Candidacyn Segregation Ordinance Will Be Ready Soon For Mayors Signature POLITICAL RACES NEXT YEAR The impression is growing In many quarters that the race for the Demo cratic nomination for United States Senator In the coming August 4thatare claiming and It Is the belief of well posted politicians that if either CongressmanStanley a mighty good chance of getting the AttentlOIl fact that his support will chiefly be drawn from the country districts and it is significant that as the dato of the primary August 1 will be a Very busy time for the farmers and consequently light vote can be ex pected from the country districts while on the other hand this date in the cities is sure to bring out a heavy vote it falling on a Saturday when many business houses and manufac turing plants are giving their em ployes a half holiday and they are opportunity cities in the State are Louisville Covington Newport iLexlngton Paducah Owensboro and Frankfort and Beckham is only conceded by many to have a fighting chance In the latter which has the smallest vote of the seven above mentioned There is no denying the fact that ex Gov Beckham and his man Haley never made any attempts to curry favor with the city voters always catering to tho country districts with prohibition for a motto and with the farmers unable to vote it ap pears that the city Democrats will grasp this opportunity of revenge Speaking for Louisville and wlth outany bias in the mattefit can safely be said that there Is no great nterest in the contest but a little canvass will show an overwhelming preponderance of antiBeckham strength this being attributed to chiefly because of Beckhams pun ishment of the entire Louisville Democracy because of his quarrel with the liquor people and the rank T sad file who are not Identified with the liquor element are against him while the liquor men have no other choice than to oppose his candidacy It is rumored that iBeckham and Haley have placed their campaign in this district In the hands of exMayor Grainger exChief of Police Haager and Chairman Edward T TIerney of the Board of Public Safety but It Is freely predicted that they will have their hands full in trying to line up strength for their cause After quite an unnecessary delay the lower board of the General Coun cil passed the ordinance segregating the colored residents without a dissenting vote and the same course is expected in the upper body which will then place It up to Mayor Buschemeyer for his signature before becoming a law In connection with the ordinance a few misguided white philan thropists were fooled by the negroes plea not to drive them in the alleys not explaining why this was neces sary when there are numerous local ities where the negroes have sole possession of square after square which does not seem satisfactory to some of the colored elite who prefer to move alongside of white residents naturally driving the latter away Then when tho middle or lower class of negroes move in the highclass negro again chases after the whites who were driven away As a sample of their utter disregard for the con sideration of the whites an attempt was made by a group of negroes to purchase the old Seelbach residence on Sixth street near Kentucky and establish a hoslptal for negroes this being the proverbial straw that broke the camels back and hastened the passage of the ordinance Next year promises to be quite a lively one in political circles many wires already being laid in the dlf terent races In addition to the en tire State ticket to be elected there will be six Circuit Judges Common wealths Attorney and a Circuit Clerk Squire Frank Dacher Henry Bell and Robert Kaltenbachor being prominently mentioned for the lat ter while It Is believed Joe Huffaker will have no opposition for the nom ination of Commonwealths Attorney QUIETLY WEDDED His face beaming with smiles Dep uty Circuit Clerk J Fred Nichols made his appearance at the Court- House after a three days absence and Informed his chief and asso elates In the office that ho had been on a brief honeymoon He said he Katherinebeen performed by the Rev Father Charles P Raffo The bridegroom Is one of the most popular official fto ptTClerkHe was busy receiving congratula I Lions of his many legal friends In at I tendance at the joint seeeton of eovrt J n- z f KENTU KY lRISH AJMERIOAN I KNTIMY IRISH MERIGflN E PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY f tlivtfed t Cahelksoc o Ofettali MsnayInstitute and Catholic Knights of f KINTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Pugiletarl- IYSCRIPCIONti PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Ie I BaUr d at the L UrllU PeetsMc M aeaoadClam natterIArrels all Corrsedntleaa to tilt UNTUCK IKSH AMEMCAN 3H21 West One S tl LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 2 1914 L STATEMENT OF THE OWNER I MANAGEMENT ClRCULA tDIIJJL THE KENTUCKY IePubUshedIe tucky required by the Act August 24 1912 afII Name of PostOffice 1 Editor William M Higgins ville Ky- Associate Editor John J Barry J Loulavlllo Ky I Publisher The Kentucky Irish Amer lean Company Louisville Ky I Owners llf a corporation give of stockhold names and addresses ers holding 1 per cent or more oII total amount of stackII William M Higgins Louisville Ky John J Barry Louisville Ky f E Mary H HIggins Louisville Ky Known bondholders mortgagees another security holders holding 1 per cent or more ot total amount of bonds mortgages or other se curities None KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN COI WILLIAM M HIGGINS Sworn to and subscribed before me this twentieth day of April 1914 HERMAN V COHN N P J C Ky Commission expires Jan 16 1916 SHOE ON OTHER FOOT Attention of the two local Baptist papers and Rev M P Hunt is called to the fact taM Rev G W Arga brite pastor of the Frankllnstree Baptist church was held over to the Federal grand jury under a bond af I 20000 on the charge of using the United States malls to defraud an purchase of Western lands We I desire to call the attention of the I above mentioned to this item because they have been working over time to find cause for attacking the Catholic church ministry ANOTHER AUTO VICTIM sa George W iPalmoP and his reck- lesslyr driven automobile added an other victim to their list Wednesday night when Philip Wirtli Jrt was run down at Clay and Chestnut The art lb1f was the roadster with which Palmer ran over and killed Joseph Campbell at Baxter and Highland avenue last November far which through a miscarriage af Justice ho was acquitted in the Criminal Court For some time pas little attention has been given violators of the speeding ordinances the result being that automobile are driven through the streets af Louisville without any regard far person or life Had the law been properly enforced in Palmers case young Wirth would not have been lila victim Until the law is rigidly enforced and the extreme penalty Inflicted on its violators people wll5 not be safe from the careless and e reckless auto drivers IIn every case conviction should mean a term in the penitentiary DECREES MUST PREVAIL Front the viewpoint of the Dun dalk Democrat one of Irelands ablest and most influential Journals nobody seems to entertain any doub as to the final passage of the home rule bill The failure of the army plot the decisive steps taken bj Premier Asquith and the triumphant unopposed return of the Premier foe East Fife seem to have taken all the bluster out of the Unionists The only question that remains Is whether they will accept the exclusion proposals and agree to the passage of the bill with the Inevitable corollary that the excluded counties resume their place in the scheme of complete Irish unity after six years Whichever course I they decide on taking the eventual complete triumph of the home rule bill Is assured It is quite possible that we have seen the last big fight In Parliament In a campaign that has been carried on for twentyeight years A Government with a major ity of eighty in the House ot Com mons and with the confidence and support of the majority ot the people of the three kingdoms is in an impregnable position Its decrees mult prevail WAR AT HOME The local daily papers have been tolling their readers how Gen HarrlM President of the Louisville tae and Electric Company Is organiz lag a troop to go to Mexico in case of war Judging from the many and rfoUnt kicks being heard by patrons of hie company the General wont have to go away from home to find war MAHONBY Klebael p HaJuHwy vW at ttmW tkeUle life of It iyer JCitcbel ot He c York liintended U In Socialism and sympathized with the Industrial Workers of the World Chats why the poor fellow became razy The man who shot Mayor laynor was affected the same way Though not at the testimonial banquet every good citizen of Louis lllo has kindly feeling for Col ohn H Leathers now entered upon I his seventyfourth year Col t Leathers has led an active and ex emplary life just and generous toI hIs fellow men who can not but admire c him for his marked traits of head and heart With the people afII Louisville we hope he may be spared I to us and live to be a hundred years aldIThe Irish Volunteers made matI ters even with their Ulster opponents Tuesday when they landed largo consignments of arms on the coast of Donegal Supposedly the weapons were brought from America ICardinal Gibbons sailed Tuesday for Rome The three American Cardinals will meet Pope Plus within the next week- FORWARD EMPHATIC PROTEST President Peter S Ganz Henry A Vonderheide John A Doyle and Jo seph P McGinn on behalf of the Louisville Federation of Catholic Societies forwarded to the Hon Charles C Moore Director General of the PanamaPacific Exposition earnest protest against the coming of Ernest Nathan as Italys repre sentative The action of the Italian authorities is being condemned throughout the Christian world and Is only explained by the fact that they want to get rid of him Louis villes protest is as follows The Louisville and Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Socie ties representing in this community sixtyfive thousand Catholics regis ters with you and the Board oi Directors a vigorous strenuous and emphatic protest against the appoint ment by the Italian Government at Ernest Nathan exMayor of Rome to represent that magnificent Cath olic country at the Panama Expos Lion Nathan when Mayor of Rome took every possible occasion to grossly and flagrantly Insult our Holy Father the illustrious Pontiff Pius X thereby outraging the Cath olic feeling of the entire world and proving himself a narrowminded bigot The appointment is extremely unfortunate and if persisted in will be regarded by every Catholic as a premeditated insult THE MAY INTENTION The general Intention recora mended by the Pope to the prayer of the members of the Sacred Hear League during the month of May 1Is I Employers and employed The I social problem of the relations be I apIIt lias been many times in livingI the source of widespread and disorder and may in the future prove a danger to the public peace unless somo remedy can be found To find a way out of these social dangers to reconcile conflicting Interests to lay down a basis for the just and equitable settlement of differences between employers and Yorkers Is a call to an apostolate of the highest service which every lover of his faith and ot his country should heed and to which every Christian and every patriot may well consecrate his best endeavors The social problem of the relations between employers and workmen must be solved on a Christian basis or not at all Employers and workers must regard each other as brothers in the same great brotherhood of Christ The church by her teaching inculcates the only sure method of social regeneration She would purify the hearts of men of selfishness greed yen of hatred which stand in the way of a bettor understanding She lone can be the regenerator of the social commonwealth in the condi tions which confront us today When the worker Imbibing her spirit will look upon labor as a conscientious duty to be done with care and diligence and when the employer ac epting her teaching will be content with reasonable profit and treat the laborer generously land humanely the battle will be already won and peace will descend and bless both far their loyal Christian and Catholic spirit FATHER OGRADY BETTER Father OGrndy pastor of St Aloysius church who has been very InIfITmarrstunned to hls pastorate very much Improved His congregation was greatly pleased to see him again on he altar last Saturday morning EUCHRE AND IOTTO Monday afternoon and evening there will be another enjoyable euchre and lotto party In St Charlee church hall Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets at which many line prizes will be distributed The games wlll be called at2SOand815o- e1oek For the ev filng game a IU1014lpwUtl M ivasflntprtM o c THE IRISH Private Daniel Aloyslus Hag erty U S Marines was one of the ret men killed in tho present Mexl an war lure youll always find the Irish Wheres theres fightln to bi done to It ftstsor roughontumble or the handlin ot a gun Vhen they sound the charge youl always find the Irish in the van or theres somethln Mn his heart that makes the Mick a fight in man I lure it had to be a Haggerty to be the first to fall If it wasnt for the Irish sure wed win no wars at all in its proud we are of Daniel an of all his gallant clan or theres somethtn In his veins that makes the Mick a fight in man SOCIETY 1 Miss Frances Shanley of Deer Park expects to leave soon for a rip abroad I Mr and Mrs Owen McCann have carallcMr and Mrs Charles H KnightII pent a few days last week In Indianapolis I Miss Edna Shea of Oakdale has had as her guest Miss Marian Pau- af Crescent Hill I Phil MoGovern was registered ast week at the Grand Union Hatet In New York City I Miss Minnie Blanford went ItoII Springfield last week for a visit with Miss Mary Gleoson Miss Elizabeth Girvin left last week far Owensbpro where she will attend St Agnes Academy Patrolman James Maloney accora mnled by his wife spent his vaca Ion visiting relatives at Dayton Visitors here last week from Fairfield were Mrs Kate Powers Miss Elizabeth Hagan and Mrs Sallie Pit Miss Ethel Kaltenbacher of Dee Park visited in New Albany last week tho guest of Miss Margare Kelly Joseph Schlldt and wife were among those from this city registered last week at West Bath Springs Mrs P B Thompson of Cliftoi and Mrs Florence Tanner left Mon Say to visit Mr and Mrs Cook Wells in Cincinnati Miss Nellie Murphy of Nashvlll has been spending the week here as tho guest of Mrs Elizabeth Burns IiIn Waverly court Miss Nellfe Murphy of NashVlll arrived last week for a visit with tlrs Elizabeth Burns and family i1In iVaverly court Thomas Meaney and bride who was Miss Sarah Harding have returned from their honeymoon trip toi New York dad the East Miss Jennie Newman and niece Miss Genevieve Warren were Iin Frankfort last week for a visit with Mr and Mrs N A Sullivan F Thieman and bride who was Miss Matilda Schmidt have gone ItQ lousekeeplng and are at home Ito heir friends on Frankfort avenue Mrs Margaret Garvey of Kenil worth had as her guests tho paRt week Mrs Fred Huesman and sun IIfi Las Anneles formerly of this 2ltj Mrs Frank Nolan and son Master J Nolan of South Louisville were the weekend guests of ller nether Mrs iLucy Brennan West Chestnut street Mrs George Brooker of gout Louisville entertained her sister Mrs J Halllnan and Mrs Marl Halllnan at dinner on Friday even- Ing of last week Mrs Clara Vanan entertained tbe ladles of St Edwards Lotto Club on Thursday afternoon at her home itiIn Teffersontown the occasiqn being reatly enjoyed by all present Mr and Mrs F S Schardeln an ounce the engagement of their laughter Miss Stella Schardeln to Hlllam J Gathof The wedding wJll take place In June Mrs Jack Ahern of 701 East Main street who has been confined to ber ham with an injured foot is im roving rapidly and her physician predicts that she will be able to be out In the next two weeks The Misses SusIe and Alice Walsh 419 East Fourth street New Albany have been entertaining their cousin Miss Malissa Mattlngly of Owens boro who will visit Louisville relatives before returning home Miss Anna Sweeney who has beer letting her parents Mr and Mrs homaa Sweeney 1730 Culbertsoi venue New Albany has returnsll- to Bloomington to resume her studies at the Indiana University Airs Mary Grow 2424 West Walnut street announces the marriage otr her daughter Toss Helen K Gross and Edward F Etheridge which was olemnized on Wednesday mornini aflastr week at St Charles church Rev Father Ratio performing the eremony Miss Beatrice McGovern of Flora eights gave a moet delightful sun prlse party for Miss Grace McGowan hose present were Misses Virgin emper Nellie MattinglY Edri lallmer Grace IJcGowari Meaers ohn sad Casper Hagner Robert temper JohivWhlln Owen Morn OB Jamas Ltatoa and Arthur Head Announcement has beea miadet01 i wigaieJamt of Kiss Gertnn14 1i- t ntoinette Veeneman the accom lished and popular daughter of Mr- nd Mrs H A Veeneman and Nich las J Hubbuch aftbe Federal asualty Company Both are prom sent In Catholic musical circles and heir wedding will be ono of tho rllllant June society events Miss Nello McIlhenny was given a urprlse party Friday at her home It 1034 South Second street TJie ollowing were present Misses Edna lullinix Frances Lebre Ethel Ryan luella Nalley Mary Fain IEthel lancock Lenora BIgley Agnes Gar nan Louise Fowler Nolle McIl lenny Messrs U 8 Smith EEManning J W Vessels L H Bryan Herman OBryan Mark Ryan E P Marcilliat J A Osborni Jarroll BIgley KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS ate News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where There are now 864 fourth degree members in Wisconsin The five councils at Washington ave a membership of nearly 500 There will be a fourth degree ex mpllflcation this month at Vlcki urg Miss- Another large addition was made 1t Little Rock when sixty received be three degrees- A class of 250 will enter the ourth at the exemplification at Omaha on May 14 Ninetyfour candidates received he fourth degree at the exemplifies Ion at Utica N Y Kentucky is represented amang the eligibles for examination for the graduate scholarships Fort Wayne Council had its red otter day last Sunday when seventy candidates received the three degrees Warden F OConnor of Little tock Council has called for a company of Catholic volunteers for war servIce The six bowling teams represent- Ing Indianapolis Council closed tho ieason with a banquet and elected fllcers for next year A unique scheme is being evolve far the establishment of a coopen Lye camp near Mancos Cal where ourists may spend two months view- Ing the beauties ot the Rockies It vill be for Knights only and will not be for gain of any kind CELEBRATE TOMORROW Tomorrow the patronal feast at- St Joseph will be joyously celebrated by tho orphans of St Joseph Asylum and the members of 1 St osephs Orphan Society The society and the orphans will form IIn- line at St Boniface church Fehr venuo and Jackson street and with a brass band and the Knights of ISt olin and the Catholic Knights Uni arm Rank heading the processlo will march to St Vincent do Paule hunch Shelby and Oak street where the pastor the Rev A J home will celebrate solemn ves ers at 230 oclock There will b a sermon and benediction ot the I cangregaIwhich a grand banquet will bt served to the orphans in the ache mil About thirtyfive of the local clergy are expected to be present IThis is an event of the year for th rphans and Is of interest to Catl lies of the entire city CLUB MAKES GOOD At the meeting of Division 4 L O H Monday evening Jam McTighe Chairman of the Entertainment Committee of the tEmeraI Hibernian Social Club which is iaJ adjunct of Division 4 made n re port on the recent picture show en tertainment given by the club shaw I campllIIfar their enterprise The dlvlsicI members were further pleased t4- jj hear that there were no members i01 the sick list at present Chairmi Michael Doyle of the Visiting CamI mlttee reporting that he had en tirely recovered from sore pod extremities caused by the heavy slcl list of the past winter The lasI lance of the Social Clubs season 01 Wednesday was well attended espeI slally by the older members ale fashioned dances comprising thl rogrammeTRUSTEE QUItfN COMING Word reached Louisville thll week that Hon Michael Quinn e01 Brooklyn Supreme Trustee of tl Jnthollc Knights of America woul visit the branches of this cItyane1 the meeting of the Supreme Board ii- t iII StLouist this month Trustee Quin I whcI1 easing and in the Eastern States hE has been instrumental In largely Increasing the membership- CENTRAL COMMITTEE The Central Committee ot th Catholic Knights of America wil meet in regular monthly session nea riday night at St Johns Hall CIa and Walnut Recently the Knight were invited to visit Tell City Ind and there is a general desire the they arrange for an excursion durin the early summer This and othe natters will be acted on and there rare President Ben Kruse expect that every branch will be fully represented at the meeting CONDITION CRITICAL Daniel Doherty seventyseve years of age retired distiller an Inancier who has been seriously 11- 1of intertlnal trouble at his horn l30 Wieat Ormsby avenue was re parted resting easier Thursday af moon He has been in bad heal far two years and was forced tad Saturday He was formerly i the wholesale llqkor business 1 oulsvllle Several months ago h signed from the BOard of Dlrectoi of the LouJevllki Heating Cornpan iBd the Lutornile QM asd Xlatrt- ilapany l JII 1 ftD e LLJL Mens and Youths Purewool II Suitswith Two Pairs of Pants1o I Casimcres Cheviots and Worsteds in light medium and dark patterns Also Solid Blue Ser- gesLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Pbaaes 223 I All the late and new Styles and Shapw I can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us THE 2 FAVORITES of Louisvilles Particular Smokiri I SPECIALIIOc Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar I The cigars without an equal in quallt and flavor Homemade Unlonmadi i and the bestmade for the money Foi sale at all dispensers of smokers DT I W TARPY a CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKE1 I Sly jronr boys ha eduoatton that wit prepare them nor cite ST XAVIERS COLLEQh 112 W Brbaw7 oulrrUla Xy Conducted by the Xaverin Brother ClavitcAl 8cl ntlflo and Bnelneii Courses Preparatory Department Write Swimming Pool Well Zipped Qymn idUB TnB Modest pro James Dlr SLVUYS MONTH May devotions In honor of the Blessed Virgin are now being held In all the Catholic churches Tomor row there will bo many processions of the children decked In white ands bearing flowers who will crown the f gIj Queen of May during tho beautiful services 1r LATEST IN STYLES I I Buttons aro seen more than ever I on tho spring clothes 11DeltedI blouses are rivaling sashed suits for fashion supremacy this I springI vogue of combining contrast ing materials is most successful In fashionable evening costumes New French blouses are of Paris muslin batiste and handkerchief linen simple and with rolling collars t t I IThe threequarter coat finished at the bottom with a frill closely kilted is a feature of the new tailor madea t The use of plaid materials Is more and more evident and smart street rand blouse materials are trimmed With plaids Long sleeves of thin material such as tulle mull or lace have the fullness confined at the wrist with ribbon velvet Tho bodices of evening gowns have diminished until there is nothing left but narrow strips of lace over the shoulders11 1 1Same of the new models show a and sleeves of one material and color with long sleeved basque h under It ot another o Fashionable is the long cutaway n which falls rounded almost to then edge of the skirt behind and da e flounced all around with a soft frill Over this is a second coat whleh y terms a bolero also frilled and fol lowing tha same llnee as the under rt CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisvlle Caterlngcspeclally to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic I IIS 1111 U I 11111111 11 +011 Z 111111111 U Lighting Fixtures Probably add more to the appearance and comfort of the home than any other item of furnishing We advise the purchase or at least a selec tion before having your house wired so that switches and outlets may be placed You will be amply repaid for a visit to our Display Rooms to see the various types of and receive our suggestions BURDORFBRECHER CO INCORPORATED ILLUMINATING SPECIALISTS Jefferson Street Bet Fourth and Fifth 1HHHHHZ 011 11 U I 1111 I 111 E 1IIII FURNITUREj For the Bed Room Dining Room and Living Room Large selection good quality and reasonable prices WM F MAYERMarket Bet Fourth and Fifth Phone City 3238 UpStairs The most extensive line of SPRING and SUMMER WOOLENS ever shown at lowest popular prices made to order We invite your inspection 425 WEST JEFFERSON STREET IeNN991 ee FOR GOODNESS SAKE Bpi 1 T- MOTIIERSBREAD Made in the Largest and Sanitary Bakery in the South HAVE YOU TRIED preliminary properly lighting Most CAMPS Kentucky Dairy Lunch i Ji iIT SERVES YOU RIGHT i Famous for Good Things to Eat We also serve lunches and for lodges and clubs 542 S FOURTH AVENUE IIbanquets 913 WEST BROADWAY tn++ee+ee es mti I IAWNINOSANDTENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished rKentucky Tent and Awning Co I BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST OWN YOUR OWN HOME 5 PER CENT MONEY On long term with easy payback privileges If you are a renter why not borrow money at 5 per cent when i you have the privilege of repaying loan same as rent V Not necessary to own slot and you are not required to make a large cash payment For full particulars call or write w JE HITEHEAD Ss COHOME PHONE 4747 CUM HONE 230O- COS GREAT SOUTHERN FIRE BLDO COR FIFTH AND WALNUT STREETS mHHHHtmH + + + U + tH I t++14 FRANK A OHLMANN GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES You Can Make a Square Meal o4 Our Round Steak Comb PHIl Main 9S7I HUll PtaM City 5252 900 franklin Street ++ + u+ tot J HoJ+JoiH +lo + J u+ 44 1it + 1+ + + ttU1 tot b1 3 3eFF1 tt110ME PHONE 6771L S L ELYMSONWines and Liquor for Family Use Cor Eighth and Oak StsLouisville Ky 34+ J + + ti1 + t + +MI + + + + + + ANDIHAVE YOUR BUILDING CARPENTER WORK DONE BY UNION CARPENTERS BEST MECHANICS No additional cost Estimates and lilt of contractors furnished onreqastl Nothing too large or too small to handle on building or repair work Home Phone City 8003 900 CoaIJhdkUE-t Ii Store Incorporated I CB THOMPSON i FLORISTONLY Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 5SS FOURTH AVHNU Hefts riUttkoe I HAM tm receive prenpt attMtlMk M4 MttalMtkHi pardtM4 n iI h L KENTYSOSY SiRTSI3 AIYiERIG13 jr AUSPICIOUS OPENING J JDefore the largest attendance that er witnessed amateur ball games ke Twin City League Inaugurated- is third season last Sunday on the our diamonds In Shawnee Park The day was clear and bright and there fore the fair sex turned out and surrounded the various diamonds and cheered their favorite teams Preceding the games short ad dresses were made by Capt Frank A Reichert President of the league Lieut Gov McDermott County Treasurer Thomas Clines and Park Commissioner Ben Brumleve after which each one opened the game by pitching the first ball Presi dent Reichert commended the players for their manly conduct and clean playing predicting that this seasons record would be a repetition of Its predecessors Though the games were the first p be played they showed the teamt were quite evenly matched and an ir westing struggle ahead for the pennant All teams will play tomorrow afternoon Much disappointment was ex pressed at the lack of street car ac commodations and at the league meeting this week action was taken to secure from the Louisville Railway Company that adequate service that the patrons and friends are justly entitled to Hundreds were delayed for at least an hour after the games and had just cause for complaint The standing is as follows Clnb Won Lost Pet Bruins 1 0 lpOO Olympics I 0 1000 Kentucky Oaks 1 0 1000 Champions 1 0 1 000 Shamrocks 0 1 000 Mackin 0 1 000 Imperials 0 1 000 Athletics 0 1 000 OFFICERS MANAGERS AND CAPTAINS OF CATHOLIC BASEBALL LEAGUE Upper Row From left to rightGeorge Nally Manager Kentucky Oaks Edward De Forrester Manager Mackin Council George Ruff Manager of Athletics Thomas Burke Manager of Olympics GeorgeIBrand Manager of Imperials E Hanrahan Manager of Shamrocks William Stammerman Manager of Champions I Lower RowEdmund Steinbock Secretary of Twin City League Thomas Clines Treasurer of League Henry Coleman Captain of Champions George Thornton Captain of Mackin Council Joe Ellers Captain of Bruins Jack Sheehan Assistant Manager of Bruins Ed Wolfe Vice President Twin City League J HOME JONEBARRETI SND SONS MAIN 3971y I FUNERAL DIRECTORS I AND EMBALMERS 1 I 822 East Main Street f VkV tVW WS 4H 10H++ WMKM S I tl+trozxsi 01011 1111 THOMAS KEENANi i Funeral Director i iand Embalmer I MARKET STREET i t TELEPHONE CITY 365- iMhFt tki1M NhHs3S1rNFFFNt9AYlid NtYYi GRANT SMITHS SON AL S SMITH PROP Funeral Director and Embalmer = BOTH PHONES 810 S = 89 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 5i- t HI rfIJFfit 1HFMtYFiFiS 4Y HIzAtH IA JoH+ cLL1DOUGHERTY 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers J30TEI PEION SdClimb Main 209Sa 11001131 1I1 IS II It I H II X + ey DR J T CH AWK I1z Veterinary I 713715 TtllpH Infirmaryii t =1fttBE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURER McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky oS oSl 1 +1001 10011 i 1 11111 S SIll S I I 111111 I AOmsriNH WINKS aBDP q AL KIOLB823 yeas GrecH Street 2GV011f OI6UtS Oa- o BIO LINE OF Photo Cards and Postals Booklets Etc Exclusive Designs First Communion and Con firmation Goods in Endless Variety ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 418 W JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Goods QuicK Meal Gas Ranges Arc Excellent Most Excellent Specially adapted for the economical use of natural gas I GEHER SON 215 W Markets tear fecond FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson HBOSSESSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers CS1O FM3JH AVE uz T I Dbonol022 SEE CARDINAL OFF Cardinal Parley sailed Saturday on the North German Lloyd steam ship Berlin for Rome His party in cluded Mgr Patrick J Hayes Mgr John Edwards and the Rev Dr Thomas O Carroll secretary to the Cardinal A thousand priests and laymen escorted the Cardinal to the Hoboken pier The Cardinal mid his escort drove to the loot of West Fiftieth street and from there were transferred to the steamship Two bands headed the escort The pier was decorated with flags and the steamship was dressed with all her bunting Cardinal Farley held an informal reception in the Captains suite before the ship cast off With regard to the Mexican situation he said The situation in which we find ourselves is deplorable but I have no doubt the President and Congress are acting for the best They should have the united support of the people I hope and trust there will be no declaration of wart shall pray that peace be speedily reached My last message to the people of the country is a wish for peace VETOED BY GLYNN The bill passed by the New York Legislature which would have per mltfed Christian Science and other practitioners who do not use drugs to practice without submitting to medical examination was vetoed by Gov Glynn OPENING MAY 1ESTlVALI The first May festival of the sea son will be held next Tuesday and WednesdaY by the people of St Francis of Awtel church on the Bardatowa roadrZvery arrange anent has been made for the enter J 7 r i j CAPT FRANK A REICHERT I President Twin City Leag- ueSOCIETYDIRECTORY A O III- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and ThlrdTuesdays PrcsldentThomasTarpyVice McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter CusickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTteasurorThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms TLn Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes sion Jr- TreasurerD J Doughert- ySergeantatArms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArms Thomas Far rellSentinelM J McDermott Y M I MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice President John Ken neySecond Vice President Fred Schuler Recording Secretary John R BarryFinancial SecretaryWIll Cassin Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Joe Keane Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive CommitteeF G Ad ams George Slmonls Frank Geiler W A Link talnment of large crowds and the supper each evening will toe far above the ordinary Lotto will be played In the afternoon and euchre at night and for all games there are handsome prizes The proceeds will go to assist Rev Father Rothheut who is doing a great work for his parish CratDRENS GUARDIANS Mothers are equal guardians with the father over children in Kansas Colorado California Oregon and Walkington rJ i MONUMENTS We have just received five carloads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us- a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St Now Muldoon Monument Co SAVES THE RUB THE EASY CLEAN EASY V WAY Simply Stir the Clothes Ten Minutes fj- WITtt o S 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honor An enjoyable feat ure of the evening was the musical programme and the selections ren dered by Misses Erma Lyons Lula May Kraft Mary Gohmann Kathryn Normally and Mae Heckel- QUEENSTOWN Queenstown which Js being aban bigCunardersprosperitytothe American war when It was used as an embarking point for troops It was only a small flshtag village but attar that It Increased rapidly In those days Its name was Cove of Cork and it was not until 1849 when it was Queen Vic torias first landing place in Ireland that it took Its present title Queens town now thrives as a watering place as well as a port and claims to have a climate more equable than any part of England or France Its Royal Cork Yacht Club to the old Kingdon e FRANK FEHR BREWING CO Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANJBREWING INOORPORATED LOUISVILLE Etu FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are 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the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for joining for Instance The membership tee on a 2300 purchase would bo 75c Tho membership fee on a 5000 purchase would ho SlGO Tho membership leo on greater purchases would of course ho In proportion 10 cent of your total purchase You are then asked to pay per For Instance on a 250Q purchase you pay the first paymentas total ofmaking amembership fee 250 down In addition to the 325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance In small weekly or monthly payments When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are pur special or regularyou willcadh priceswhetherchased at our Is nothing In comparison that our membership feeclearly seemore with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS ROUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB PLAN Plan will be cheer Any further Information regarding the Club fully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor BAC N SON A ESTABLISHED IK INCORPORATED WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS LADIESGET SEASON t Bring us your straw hemp and panama hats Have them cleaned dyed ani In the latest Work done in your own home town and by honz People Our prices 75esad 100 for first class work Thirty new stylts it select from Established forty years Ostrich feathers cleaned and curled FALLS CITY STRAW WORK 713 West Jefferson Street North Side WHAT OUR CLUB PLAI MEANS TO YOU You can buy OUR QUALILY MERCHANDISE at LOWES CASH PRICES You can arrange to pay for Carpets Rugs LJr oleums and Draperies in the MOST CONVENIENT MANNER We charge you a club fee of 3 per cent on your purchase Thi insignificant sum is all the extras the club proposition involves Many people avail themselves of our club plan to get the bar the least money Why not you Hubbuch Bros Weliendorfl INCORPORATED 522524 WEST MARKET STREET +10101 1 HII I II + 3 HIol 11 + 110101 zII COMPOUND INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS Get the Habit Start Savings Account next payday and save regularly somo definite purpose You will bo surprised to see how fast your account will grow You can start with 100 or more and add to same when Convenient GERMAN INSURANCEI BANK MARKET STREET BET SECOND AND THIRD I Sixty Years on Guard State Government Supervision HH3 dd1+ I HHHHI 11 1 1IZlll 111 zztuIII1111 o1I + IT I 431 rtU I+II IIfI I M J t Pres 6 Mgr z + 1 1zz I 1 1 t + let HI Z + j j a for dr 1 III + a TYPEWRITERS The Royal No 10is tilt latest most uptodate ofal machines it is 5 years aheai of any other make in new ideas for saving the operators k time MAKE US PROVE HOME PHONE CITY 367 COMB MAIN 1093Y WELLMAN BROS e CO WEST JEFFERSON STREET 114- 4t BANNON taHI Jo1 III1 1 II H P BANNON JR Wee PUI t Trias IUIIIHUlllll LAWRENCE 11 VEENEMAN Secretary IP BANNON PIPE COII ISewer acid Calvert Pipe Banaoas Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Ceadaits I Wall CopiBtf Drain Tile Vitrified Brick J Fire Proofing Flue Lining Fire BricK j v Grate and Boiler Tile Gresad Fire Clay Chimney Top j OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY 57317110 CUMB MAIN 6O7 WQitKS13tkc1l1relC audMagbollei Ave Jet 9tfc and lOth n 4 NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLDB SPRING Twelve Days Racing Beginning Derby Day Saturday May 9and Ending on Kentucky Oaks Day Friday May 22 THE KENTUCKY DERBY AND FREE FIELD MAY 9 Debutante Staks Tuesday Bashford Manor Stakes Wednesday I SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE RUN AT 230 P M I HIBERNIANSI What They Have Been Doing the Pa t WeckOencral- News Notes Division 7 of Pawtucket R I voted 25 to the Irish Parliamentary fundThe Ladles Auxiliary of Milwaukee Initiated sixty members last SundayThe County Board Is now making arrangements for the annual picnic of the order- There was a big initiation Thursday night at Pueblo Col follow by a banquet Division 1 of North Cambrldg Mass had 100 candidates for IIts April Initiation The A O H can point with pride to the fact that there are no classes In their membership Harmony should be the keynote of all committees whether in the dlvls Ions or the County Board Division 4 of St Paul held a pub lie meeting Monday night for men and women eligible to membershi The Catholic press makes nice notice of the enterprise and home undertaking of Division 3 of this cityWith a little energy the annual picnic should prove to be a Big financial success for all of the division treasuriesLarge delegations from mar cities are expected for the May party of the Milwaukee Ladles Auxiliary on May 22- Division 6 of Columbus OhIOt made a fine showing Sunday morn- Ing In St Dominics church when the members In a body received holy communionDivision 3s enterprise Is being well advertised throughout the country their new home receiving many favorable notices The Kentucky Irish American su gests that Division 3 Invites the public to the dedication of its new quarters the first Hibernian home iIn Kentucky The Minnesota Hibernian Insu once Board has chosen Thomas Welch of Stillwater to fill the position of State Secretary made vacant by the death of John Mahoney Division 1 of Dover NJ H cele brated Its thirtyeighth anniversary with a successful concert and ball State President John Parsons and his daughter Miss Mary Parson were honor guests Division 1 meets Tuesday night and every member should attend and hear the report from the Count Board President Tarpy will occupy the chair and says that at this meet- Ing the business will be importan Members of Division 3 will hear good news at their meeting Monday night A number of additional subscriptions to the home building fund are to be reported and preliminary arrangements made for the dedici tionThe Ladles Auxiliary will hold Its regular meeting Wednesday nigh when a number of new members are expected There Is always something Interesting at the auxillar meetings and they are greatly or joyedDivision 2 meets Thursday nigh at OConnell Hall Thirteenth and Oak The business to be transacts Is of the utmost Importance and will have a bearing on the future of U1e division Every member should fee It his duty to be present Last week Ladles Auxiliary 3 o Indianapolis tendered a reception and banquet to their chaplain am I pastor the Rev John OConnell of St Patricks formerly pastor of St Augustines church in Jeffersonvllle The State and county officers am 10 the Presidents of the nine auxiliaries all spoke and an excellent pro gramme was rendered EUCIfhE LOTTO SUPPER The members of St ColumbaiI congregation will give a euchre lotto and supper for the last time ii the large dining hall at Fontaine Ferry Park on next Tuesday after noon and night May 5 The new school for the benefit of which this euchre and lotto will be given li now to course of construction and the blessing of Its cornerstone will take place on Sunday May 10 lALLINANS BODY RECOVERED Tho body of James Halllnan ortyclght years of age of 1414 West Broadway for many years a inchlnlst at the L and N shops who was drowned In the river Sunday April 19 when a flatboat was capsized by waves in the rapids be low the concrete dam at the foot of to Ninth street was recovered Wednesday morning and removed to Dougherty McEllIotts Though ho body was in bad condition It was dentifled by the missing thumb and a silver watch Halllnan carried With John Ellison of 1809 High venue and John McCarty of 2000 Iriffltha avenue Halllnan had spent I a night on Corn Island setting out sines In the rapids They were returning to the seines In the morningi rhea the accident occurred Walter Ford Chajrlea Itttzgerald and homas Kern were near the Four leenth tree bridge when they wit leseed the capsizing of the boat They rowed to the scene ndrHc- ued Ellison and McCarty The latter was clinging to the bottom of he upturned boat and EllloDvasailtemptlng to ewlav to chore Halll a i I A Slater Recommend It Most Highly 3 Kewaskum Wls August 1912 Many of tho Slaters aro using Pastor Koenles Nervo Tonic I tried one bottle for nervousness and sleeplessness and noticed not alone a marked improvement in my sleep but felt much better since therefore recommend the Tonic most I highly to all those suffering similarly 8r M Alacoquo i Helen O McLaughlin of Overly N Dak says that Pastor Koenlga Nerve Tonlo is certainly an excellent Nerve i Tonic because she was badly run down I from nervousness and sleeplessness but after taking tho Tonlo her nerves became stronger and she slept well Ii Rov Jos Riley of Seymour Ind says he took Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonic for I I sleeplessness of which ho suffered since 14 years Since then he sleeps good and recommends the Tonic to all needing it for that purpose FREE A Valuable Book on Nervous I Diseases and I Simple bottle to Iny tddreii Poor PI tlenti also get the medicine tree Prepared by RKV FATHER KOENIO of Fort Wayne led line 1876 and now by IIbe KOENIG MED CO CbtcagolDII 62 W Lake Street Sold by Druggist at St per boul 6orI5Large 81se 511516 Bottle for 9 nan sank and his body was carried I away by the swift current He lived with his sister Mrs Joseph Dougherty 1414 West Broadway Besides his sister he is survived 1by his parents Mr and Mrs ThomasI Hallinan The funeral was from the Sacred Heart church Rev Patrick Walsh conducting the sad obsequies J i i AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorab Events in the Catholic History of America By James A Rooney May 3 1857 The Right Rev Clement Smyth Irish Cistercian consecrated second Bishop of Dubuque by Archbishop Kenrlc pf St Louis born February 24 1810 ordained May 29 1841 founded the new Mellary monastery on land donated by BIshop Loras died September 22 1865 May 4 1815 Sti Patricks church New York dedicated by Bishop Cheverus of Boston built by Father Anthony Kohlmann then administrator second church IiIn the city cornerstone laid Juno 8 1809 May 5 1902Death of Archbishop Michael Augustine Corrigan third Archbishop of New York born IiIn Newark N J August 13 1839 member first class North American College Rome and ordains September 19 1863 consecrate Bishop of Newark May 4 1873 Coadjutor of Now York October 11 1880 succeeded to see October 10 1885 May 6 1840Death In his seventieth year at Loretto Pa afte fortytwo years of missionary lICe In Western Pennsylvania of the Rev Demetrius Augustine Prince Qallltzln born at The Hague December 22 1770 ordained by Bishop Carroll March 18 179G the first In the United States to receive all orders from tonsure to priesthood I May 7 1787Jasques Vigor born at Montreal first Mayor an tiquarian and archeologist and founder of Montreal Hlstorica Society made Knight of St Greg ory by Plus IX died December 12 1858 May 8 1881 Diocese of Davenport Iowa erected by division of diocese of Dubuque with the Right Rev John McMullen as firs Bishop born In Ireland Januar 8 1832 ordained in Rome June 20 1858 consecrated at Chicago July 25 1881 died July 4 1883 May 9 1889Death at St Louis of Gen William Selby Harney con vert friend and admirer of Father Pierre Jean Do Smet S J ta mous Indian missionary fought ir Mexican Indian and civil wars born near Haysboro Tenn August 27 1800 Copyrighted NEXT CONSISTORY DATE Rome dispatches to the Monday press state that Pope Plus X bps ecldod to hold a consistory May 25 for the purpose of creating CarI male Among those who will be levated to membership in the iacred College are the Most Rev Louis Nazalre Begin Archbishop of Quebec Mgr Guiazola Mendendez Archbishop of Toledo Spain Mgr eraflnl Assessor of the Congrega Ion of the Holy Office Mgr J Delta Ihlesa Archbishop of Bologna Mgr Isernoch Archbishop of Strlgonla Mgr Sevin Archbishop of Lyons Igr De Bettinger Archbishop of Munich Mgr De Hartmann Archbishop of Cologne Mgr Pill Arch Ishop of Vienna Mgr GlustinU See etary of the Congregation of the acraments Mgr Lega senior Assessor of the Conslstorlal Congregation and Abbot Gasquet President ift the English Benedictines FOR CHURCH FUNP St iPaul8 church congregation w111 give a euchre and lotto next ueeday evening at Trinity Council HaU Baxter and Morton avenues and the committee of arrangements uarantea a price ifor everybod- YiITheprOOdC will ba given to the ft nd t nn i alitk MEETING 1 IRELAND 1 Record of the Most Important iof the Recent Event Culled From Exchanges Corps of the Irish National Volui teens have been formed at Cloghe Augher Aughnacloy and Ballygav leyThe licensed promises of John Coglan Banagher were recent auctioned and realized the record price of 2250 IThe Westport Guardians have elected Dr OBrien of Leenane to the medical ofllcership of the Bur dornagha district An anonymous local benefactor has offered the Bangor Urban Council 1000 for the erection of a public clock on the Esplanade A corps of the Irish National Volunteers was recently formed at Irvlnestown and ninetenths of the young men of the district have en rolledAt the opening of Boyle Quarter Sessions Registrar Ryan presents County Court Judge Wakely with white gloves there being no criminal cases for trial The Macroom Guardians unan- Imously elected Dr E J Burke Dunmanway as Medical Officer for Sllevereagh district he being the only candidate I The Limerick County Council appointed M F C Hartigan of Ratt keale as assistant surveyor by seventeen votes against ten cast for I Purdon of Kilmurry- In his annual report to the Limerick Harbor Board the Secretary stated that the number of vessels trading with that port had increase from 430 In 1912 to 454 In 1913 County Court Judge R BrerotoI Barry was at the Wicklow Quarts I Sessions presented by SubSheril Toomey with a pair of white gloveI criminal business forI there being no sessionsWilliam I McDermott a farmei residing near Strabane died from Injuries inflicted on him by a youn bull McDermott was attacked by the animal in a stable and was knocked down and gored I Widespread regret is felt for tho death at Oughterard of Rev Red mond McDonagh who was the oldest parish priest In Galway diocese and was deeply beloved and esteemed by ifs flock for his charity and philanthropy I At a preliminary meeting IIn Balllna a committee was appointeeI to make arrangements for the establishment of a corps of tho National Volunteers in the town It was decided to call a public meeting In the Town Hall I Most Rev Dr Gaughran preach- Ing at first mass in Mulllngar on St Patricks mission In Ireland exhorted his hearers to guard the outposts of their faith tho first of which was the education of theirJ children I The house of a farmer named Patrick Connolly Great Island was struck by lightning The wall paper was burned In the parlor and a portion of the masonry thrown down The family had only just left this apartment I A committee composed of repro tentative men and loading resident has been formed at Ballyjamesdufl to have tests and borings made In- thO district with a view to the de elopemnt of coal mining as it is1 believed that there are extensive scams there I A sad coincidence was the death on the same day at tho Sacred Heart Convent Roscrea of Sister MaryI and Sister Helena daughters of the late E Barry of Mldleton and sisters of the Rev John Barry of Car igtwohill Sister Mary died in the sixtieth and Sister Helena in the iftynlnth year of her religious pro ession COLONELS AT MINNEAPOLIS The Louisville ball club play the Minneapolis Millers again this afternoon tomorrow and Monday then journeying to Milwaukee and Kansas City before returning and judging from their present gait should come homo in first or second position which will give them plenty opportunity to go into the lead on their long stay at home The only apparent weakness thus far In the Hayden aggregation has been poor hitting the bulk of which to date has been done by Osborne McLarry Ingertbn tansbury Swerold and demons their work with the stick practically being all of the teams hitting With an Improvement In the other mem bers who are all hitting below their stride the club would have easy sailing for the pennant The pitch- Ing and catching staff will compare favorably with those of the major leagues in the opinion of many loudermilk and Toney being wanted by several big league clubs at present while Severold and lemons are two of the best catchers in the country JO MARRIED AT STITHTON Tuesday morning with a nuptial mass at St Patricks church in Ithton the Rev rather R C Ruff united In marriage Miss Dona Wise- and Robert Lee Dawson well known re sfdents of that section Quite a- large gathering of friends were pres tie wltneee the ceremony and tend congratulations The bride Is- the daughter of R H Wise and the groofu IsaIollot R L Dawson J HERMAN STRAUS tj SONS g rOURTH AVENUE vcaRRlT S- TREEMBOIDERYFOR I CONFIRMATION DRESSES Beautiful Highclass 27inch Embroidery Flouncings and 22 Allover About half of this lot is handloom goods dainty baby flouncings ilauen lace and batiste also fine Swiss with showy designs of Irish English and floral designs All direct from St Gaul Switzerland and Germany Every lot 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