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WE DO FIRST Give This Next VOLUME XXXIINO 20 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 23 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS WATSON I Has Been Again Indicted For Violation of the Postal Laws Editor Branns Opinion of Tom role Will Interest Many Readers A Most Intolerant and Narrow Minded Little Blather skite WORSE THAN BENEDICT ARNOLD Now that Thomas E Watson who has failed to destroy the Catholic church in America has been again Indicted for violation of the postal laws W C Branns opinion of Tommies tommyrot expressed in 1897 will doubtless interest many of our readers He said Somebody whom I have never harmed sends me an A P A tract entitled A Good Catholic and Is sued by Tommie Watson who once tried to run for Vice President on the Mlddleofthe Muck ticketfor the purpose of turning back the re form tide and electing the humble peon of the goldbuggers high tarlffltes and trusts Tommies Ape tract Is simply an ad for a weekly paper which he seems to be getting out all by his little self somewhere In Gooberdom On the front eleva tion of this bombshell with which he expects to blow tho Vatican across the yellow Tiber the state ment is made In display type that for the trifling sum of 1 in hand paid You can read the brilliant patriotic editorials of Hon Thos E Watson for an entire yeargrant Ing of course that their Promethean brilliancy fall to set your shirttail afire in the meantime There is no provision for the return of your money in case Tommies exuberant patriotism should overpower you We are then assured that no Roman Pope or American Cardinal can coerce the architect of the brilliant and patriotic editorials aforesaid Now thats the kind of a man I admire Hang a Georgia editor say I who sells himself to the Pope of Rome for six bits or rushes around to an American Car dinal every morning before breakfast with the proofsheets of his labored lucubrations humbly asking permis sion to print The brilliant and patriotic editor of a Georgia paper having a paid circulation of 710 copies can not be too independent I is solemn duty to keep watch and ward over this country and promptly put a kibosh on every conspiracy of the Pope Like most brilliant patriots Tommie has sacrificed a great deal for consciences sake When he tried to save the country by playing second tall to the Bryan kite for the purpose of dividing the reform forces and electing a Republi can President the Pope and all his priestled citizens straddled his collar rode him Into an open grave and piled a Cathedral on top of him to hold him downat least I suppose they did from the way In which this raucous little Buzfuz is chewing the rag Had he been A Good Catholic he would have been elected with votes to burn for did not Dick Bland have to hide out in the Ozark hills to escape the Presidential nom ination the moment it was rumored that his wife was a Romanist Did not Generals Sherman and Sheridan have to insulate themselves to avoid the Presidential lightnings which played around them continuously because they were Catholics Sure Tommie Is doubtless correct in his assertion that tho Pope controls American politics and dictates every amplYjrovthese years the Catholics have a representative in the Presidents Cabinet That all Catholics are sworn enemies of this republic and peons of the Pope is demonstrated by the fact that the Romish Attor ney General refused to permit his people to erect at their own expense a chapel on Government ground at West Pointthe general public be ing taxed meanwhile to maintain an Episcopalian clergyman at that place Tommie protests that he is both a Baptist and devoid of bigotry If he can make this claim good ft will un dertake to secure for him an engagement at 1000 a day In a dime museum as the greatest curio overseen in this country Doubtless there arp many good people who are Bap tists but pods sunlight never fell upon one who was not a bigot The possibleforbe soused bodily Into some sacred sloptub is not a Baptist It he thinks he is he has made a faulty diagnosis of his disease It Is the sworn foe of Catholicism yet not one of its members In a million har the remotest idea what Cathollclsr means It assumes that the grea body of Catholics are Ignoran clowns while itself absorbing 60 pe cent of the illiterates of this lane The more Ignorant an animal Is th more bigoted Baptist it Is likely tv be I can not at present think of i single American of distinction wh was a member of that denominatior I have passed in mental review tb great American statesmen soldier authors and Invntprs and find onl one among them who was wet footed Garfield was a Campbelllter and had he not been murdered none would have suspected that n was a great man If any one of th Immortelles was of the flautist ner Suasion he was probably ashamed o ff i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN that fact as he kept it concealed It is possible that in soaking the original sin out of a fellow any latent germs of genius he possesses may be extracted also Tommie sol emnly assures us that Catholics dare not read a book or paper that has not been formally approved by the Pope What a foolish falsehood 1 Illwager a pint of peanuts that Watson can not name half a dozen American books papers or magazines that bear the Papal imprimatur and an other pint of the same luscious circus fruit that even his own rabid AP A rot has ever been placed in the index prohibltorius If it Is not there every Catholic in this country Is privileged to read it without con sulting Rome Of the most bigoted sect df pseudoreligious fanatics that ever cursed this country the Hon Tommie Watson is perhaps the most Intolerant and narrowbrained little blatherskite Avaunt thou con tumacious little coyote thou pestiferous polecat Benedict Arn old was a gentleman when compared to you for his treason was open and avowed while you stabbed the cause of the people in a friendly embrace struck it in tho back You have had no parallel since Judas Iscariot con spired with the plutocracy to betray the idol of the peoploand even Judas had decency enough to hang himself as expiation of his Infamy Shut up thou hatchetfaced splen etichearted narrowheaded little hypocrite for verily the world is aweary of Tommie Watson His brilliant and patriotic editorials are used only to underlay carpets paper pantry shelves and for pur poses less polite I cheerfully risk my reputation as a prophet on the prediction that in less than two years his windy little reform paper will go to the bonepile Tommie you are the pinworm of American politics a more aggravating little parasite than oven Miltonlus IPark Take a gentlemans advice and apply the soft pedal to your wheezy calliope get off the political stage in time to avoid the coming cataclysm of sphacelatod cabbage and hasbeen cats The day of your destinys over and tho star of your fate Is in the mullagatawny You are simply a fragment of worthless political sea weed cast with flabby Jelly fish and dead sting rays upon an inhospitable shore there to rot and befoul the atmosphere You have a very I ancient and fishlike smell a smell not of the newest You may howl a lung out but will only evoke laughter or disgust Occasionally some lonely MlddloofthoRoadster dragging his No 12s painfully through the dust may turn to look at you perhaps toss you a dime but you are politically dead You may play the Baptist racket for all Its worth but the brethren while long on zeal are shy on boodle Even Jehovah Boanerges Crandlll the champion leg elongater of the uni verse finds it hard work to keep tat In the Baptist fieldmust add pro fessional beggary to his schemes of predacity You may tie your abor tive little paper to the tall of the Ape but that animal Is too weak in the hinder legs to pull it out of a financial hole Go plug yourself Shuck your longtailed handme down Albert Edward trade your paper for a doubleshovel plow gird up your yarn galluses and make a reasonable effort to earn an honest living Had you expended half the nervomuscular energy In the cotton patch that you have wasted in work ing your Jawbone you would have money to burn Mene mono tekel upharsln which means that you are entirely too light at both ends DAY OP JOY remnlnlachurch Long before the 730 mass I I began parents and friends of this large class crowded the church par ents having reason to be proud of their little ones this day The musical programme added to the impressiveness of the mass and the occasion In a few well chosen words the pastor expressed his Joy on hav ing brought another large class of children to their true joythe MBread of Life In the afternoon I this same class assembled to be enrolled In the scapular and then the first communion class of 1914 was formed into the Children of Mary j mmUnlOnjtheTh solemn vespers in the evening was as well attended as the morningi service Vespers sung the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghuo addressed the congregation congratulating and encouraging the members of St Cecilias parish The Bishop then administered the sacrament of con firmation to 173 The choir again did Itself credit with the musical programme Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacramentan act of adora tion and thanksgivingbrought the memorable day to a close The pastor and those who helped pre pare and direct the children received much satisfaction from the success ful outcome of this blessed day IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY Avery Impressive ceremony unique in many features was per formed in the Church of St Alphon sus4 Grand Rapids Mich recently when the Rev Edward J Jewell pastor of St Edwards church Omer Mich formerly a Protestant minister celebrated the high mass after which his own daughter Miss Matilda Jewell received the white habit of the Order of St Dominic Father Jewell was formerly pastor of Trinity Episcopal church Manistee Mich His wife who died before his reception into the Catholic church was a niece of John Mitchel the Irieh patriot Some time ago gather Jewell had the happiness of baptizing his daughter and giving ler first holy communion MIRe ewellB name In the Dominican or er will be Sister Charles of the In ant Jesus AUGUSTINIANS Fathers Matthew Carr and Johnl JKoswctcr Two Early Irish I IPioneersI Made Permanent Settlement In the United States at Pnil delphta Washington Was Among Con tributors to Their First Church EARLY HISTORY AND FOUNDATION By James A Rooney The Augustinian Fathers who In the eighteenth century first made a permanent settlement In the United States at Philadelphia were an off shoot from the Irish province of their order whence they came during the troublous era of the French Revolution that tremendous up heaval whose utterly unChristian and degrading characteristics have left their unhallowed impress on the manners laws and customs of even our own day It was in 1796 that the pioneers of the Augustlnians Fathers Matthew Carr a newcomer from Dublin that very year and John Rosseter the latter the only resident missionary for some time in Delaware estab lished their first house in Philadel phia then the political social and commercial metropolis of the country This foundation was under taken with the advice and full ap proval of Bishop Carroll of Balti more who shortly afterward ap pointed Dr Carr one of his Vicars General with jurisdiction over East ern Pennsylvania and New Jersey In Philadelphia the Rev Dr Carr began the building of St Augustines church in the spring of 1796 the year of his arrival from Europe and It was the fourth place of Catholic worship In the City of Brotherly Love He received aid in money and materials from all classes of citizens Protestant as well as Catholic ana what especially should be treasured in undying memory a donation of 50 from George Washington The church was opened and the first mass said in 1801 and a little later were erected the Augustinian convent and their school buildings all of Which including the church were destroyed by fire and violence in 1844 that fateful year of an unChristian and antiCatholic spirit when not only was St Augustines wrecked but with it libraries monuments and other treasuresSt the mother house of the new province became the cradle of all the Augustinian mis sions in the United States thirtysix at present as well as the center ot their apostolic activities In a few years the fathers established other foundations and missions Another Augustinian was Father Philip Lariscy He was one of the second Newfoundland band in 1818 and he ministered to the Catholics of Boston and New Bedford in 1820 being the first missionary who preached to the Irish of Boston in their native tongpe We find him in Nowburgh and on Staten Island in 1821 at Paterson N J in the same year and saying the first mass in Brooklyn In 1822 Equally active as a missioner was Father James ODonnell who was professed as an Augustinian in 1832 the first In the United States He was ordained in 1837 by Bishop Dubois of New York who sent him to Salina now Syracuse where he Hewasand founded St Marys parish in what was then Williamsburg In 1841 and he found time to visit the Cath olics scattered along the south shore of Long Island as far east as Sag Harbor and Montauk Point In Philadelphia the Augustinlans Instituted what is said to have been the first sodality in the United States for Catholics of either sex the Confraternity of Our Mother of Con solation whose sodality manual The Spiritual Mirror was printed by Augustine Fagan in 1812 A copy of It is preserved in the library of Vlllanova monastery by Father Thomas C Mlddleton O SA the historian of the order Besides attending to their parish- Ioners the fathers bore the comforts of religion to those of other districts such as Darby Frankford Manayunk and Haverford where the Rev Dr Hurley visited in the 20s of the last century In 1827 he blessed th Church of St Denis still standing and but little changed from its primal form Tho Catholic Herald the first Catholic periodical published i Philadelphia was issued in 1833 b Fathers Nicholas and James ODon poll with the Rev John Hughes afterward the first Archbishop of New York as cofounder Not the least among the religious and educational centers of the coun try 1s their present establishment provInce i Philadelphia where the visitor may view the many large and stately college jI postulants with full equlnment for ntellectual1 and scientific work Mbrarles museums labpratpries ant York rooms for engineering andj heraisiry and gymnasiums Sulh la the fruit ot the tiny mus rard seed of by th r VutfustinUh Fathers Carr aDd Roaster hi 1796Copyrlht n n I tr I ENCOURAGED I Are the Founders of the St Vin centSt Thomas Orphan Society Much Interest Shown at Well Attended lcetlngLnst Sunday Next Move Will Be Organization- of Branches Throughout the City THE FOURTH OF JULY PICNIC The Catholic men of Louisville who have undertaken the organiza ton of tho St VlncontSt Thomas Orphan Society feel greatly encour aged since the well attended and en thusiastic meeting held Sunday afternoon in Bertrand Hall at which nearly all the Englishspeaking Cath olic congregations were represented William T Meehan presided and after prayer by the Very Rev Father Deppen stated that the purpose of the meeting was to take such action as would lead to the formation of branches in the Englishspeaking parishes these to be later affiliated with the central body which would be made up of their representatives The purpose of this new society he said was to help sustain the orphans and maintain and Improve the two homes they now occupy It would also be the work ot those assembled to further the arrangements for the Fourth of July picnic to be held on the grounds surrounding St Vin cents Asylum The laws approved and adopted for the government of the society were read by Secretary Dan J Hen nessy after which a resolution was adopted that parish meetings be called and branches organized Imme diately who will report to the cen tral officers Upon motion It was decided to hold the next meeting on Monday night Juno 1 Thomas W Tarpy Chairman of the committee outlined the work for the Fourth of July picnic making a strong appeal formntted and cease less effort during the next seven weeks Tickets fdr the picnic were distributed and can now be secured In cityRev the father OfthE4prpjhans BxpressedtLlilmBelt highly pleaseswRh ou oakfor the society and the future of the orphans It would be the aim of the society to Increase the happiness of these little children and to maintain and safeguard them It was eighty years since the orphans were first looked after by the saintly Mother St Catherine and they were wise in organizing under the sanction of the church Father Deppen reviewed the struggle durjng all these years saying that while the orphans wero sheltered in a home it still was not their own home He had wished and prayed for such a society for twenty five years and it was most pleasing to note that his hopes were about to be realized Before taking his seat he commended the St Joseph Orphan Society and the great good that or ganization has done Rev Father Cletus Brady C P delivered a stirring address In which he pointed t6 the many disadvan tages that surround St Thomas Asylum notably the lack of water and gas and appealed to his hearers to lush their organization and re Rave the Sisters and orphans of their distress The picture he painted made an Impress on every one pres ent and will aid the organization Before adjourning a Press Com mittee was named as follows Charles Breckel Sr William ML Higgins James Dannenhold Joseph A Rees and F V Simms Especially gratifying was the presence of a number of members of the St Joseph Orphan Society who gave assurance of advice and assist ance to the new organization when ever desired It Is expected the work of forming parish branches will be gin at once- NOTICE DAME AVINS AGAIN Notre Dame won the triangular debate with Wabash College and Indiana University Friday night by Its affirmative team defeating the Wabash negative team by a unan imous decision at Notre Dame its negative team defeating the Indiana affirmative team at liloomin The question was Resolved That the Initiative and Referendum Should Be Adopted in Indiana affirmativeeteam defeating the Indiana negative team at Crawfordsvllle The mem bers of the Notre Dame affirmative team were Eugene OConnell J GalvinfGeorgeyScheuster Fred Gushurst and Em met Lanihan I SLATTERY CONFIRMED Thomas D Slattery of Maysvlllo who last week Va 8Appointed UnlteV States District Attprney for the East 5rn district of Kentucky succeedinr Edwin P Morrow will soon enter upon his new duties his nomination having been confirmed by the United States Senate Slattery isnt a vie Im of the thirteenlJlnx In far bin3e ether and he Ispretty husk ealtby individual with hundreds r Friends He Is a graduate of 0- enterCollegetatDanvllt and hr year with his headquarters at Mayivllle I AVOID SPLIT Orange Hope Wedge Between Ministry and Irish Party Fulls They Have Fallen Back Into Their Old Despondent Mood Liberals and Irish Again Face the Future With Steady Certainty THIRD READING NEXT TUESDAY This week has been one of ups and downs in the House of Commons whose nerves are more than usually sensitive cabled Hon T P OConnor last Saturday At this moment indeed as the close of the mighty home rule struggle approaches ev erybody has got Into the slightly neurotic condition of passengers on board a great Atlantic liner the night before reaching New York Looking back on the transactions of the week in the peaceful retrospect of a Satur day without a sitting of the House of Commons I feel that everything is for the best though I have to claim that where the tactics of the Liberal Ministry differed from the recommendations of the Irish leaders the Irish anticipations have been realized and Justified not for tho first but for the twentieth time Dur ing the tangled events of the last three years the Irish leaders have believed that while Asquith probably would have to Introduce an amending bill some time it was a mistake to announce it until the home rule bill was nearer the statute book and until he had found out whether tho Orangemen were ready to make any approach to a settlement by common agreement The Liberal Cabinet however did not agree with this view and Asquith announced his readiness to Introduce the amending bill This announcement provoked a big attack of nerves In all quarters of home rulers The Liberal rank and file were as Indig nant as the Irish Nationalists and when Redmond criticised In careful but vigorous language Asquiths mistaken tactics he was cheered wildly by the Liberals and when he sa dow after having made what all1 observers i ouhEthb- t t- jieeoh or his life there was an almost frantic demonstration from the Liberal and Iplsh benches Tho effect of this speech was Immense and Immediate The whole situation was trans formed and though the Orangemen justified Redmonds warnings by taking up again the attitude of I Insolent refusal of Asqulths con cessions Liberals and Irish forgot their apprehensions and faced the future with the old and steady cer tainty that the home rule bill would soon be on the statute book But meanwhile a further Indica tion of the growing Impatience of temper In the Liberal ranks at the apparently too conciliatory attitude of Asquith found expression In a meeting of a hundred Liberal members who sent a deputation to As qulth to remonstrate Thus the air was cleared anti the Orangemen who began to count on getting a wedge between the Ministry and the Irish party and so breaking up the home rule coalition fell back Into their old despondent mood They tried another snap division on a trifling motion with regard to tho arrangement of the business of the House of Commons and were beaten and once more the home rule forces full of the spirit of victory confront the broken and dispirited Tory opposition Those behind the scenes find explanation and perhaps even Justification for the attitude of the Ministry In the fact that disloyalty In the army still Is so ram pant that some difficulty might be found in moving troops to Ulster When that Issue has to be faced It will be faced but the moment has not yet come for taping It That moment will come when the home rule bill is on the statute book and thus beyond the power of a general election or a Tory Ministry to destroy it The bill will be read a third time on Tuesday May 26 at the latest It goes that night to the House of Lords under the provisions of the Parliament act for one month At the end of that month even if the Ministry were beaten or Parliament dissolved It automatically becomes law The bill thus placed beyond recall makes the Liberal Ministry and the Irish party masters of the situation The Orangemen then have to choose between accepting such amendments In the new amending bill as the Liberals and Irish can approve or face the passage of the bill Iinto law Just as it stands Few people doubt that the Orange men will take the wiser alternative jut as they are not wise one fur her attempt may be made to de1 troy the Ministry and the home rule Jill This may take the shape of uch rioting in Ulster as may force ho Government to order troops tc he province and if any refusal bj roops to obey orders should follov vould compel the Government to gr o a general election without th ome rule bill reaching the statut oak But though sporadic rlotlin t Ulster is possible and though th atlonallsts there are fretting wide instant Insults and provocation om the Ulster volunteers no or inlzed outbreak of civil war is 1I- e least likely The Orange leaders seem de termined up to the present to control their forces rather than face the awful responsibility of civil war The Government will not allow anything to prevent the fulfilling of its groat and solemn pledge to put home rule into law and beyond all power of re call INTO ETERNAL REST On Friday afternoon of last week there passed to its eternal reward the soul of Mrs Margaret McGinn the dearly loved wife of Joseph P Mc Ginn 613 West Chestnut street For months Mrs McGinn had been lingering In the arms of death but with true Catholic faith she re sponded to the call fortified by the frequent reception of the sacraments and the prayers of her many friends Born in this city sixty years ago she was one of the most highly respected congregationher Mrs McGinn leaves two children Bernard and Gertrude McGinn and two sisters Mrs L IP Glass of Louisville and Mrs Mary Pottlnger of perfectbeen taken away in her demise Her hospitality was boundless and while always keyed to humanitys sorrows or Joys no spiritual or temporal herinday morning from the Cathedral when Rev Father Rock sang the byFatherand Father Frankenberger as sub deacon Father Rock In the sermon spoke of the exemplary life of the deceased the Christian fortitude and beautiful Catholic spirit she always exhibited To the bereaved husband and children goes out the sympathy of the community ENTHUSIASTIC TMonday night the meeting hall of Division 3 A O H was crowded with members and candidates whoII wero enthusiastic when they heard the report of the Home Committee This report was that the division I j would be able to hold its first meet Ing In the new club house on June 1 President Maloney had the plensIuro of obligating eight more candi dates who will prove staunch Hiber j nians The Home Committee re ported additional donations of 100to the building fund and also the purchase of handsomesome furni ture for the hall and other rooms of the house The building they said j Is all finished with the exception ofII the papering which will be com pleted this week Announcement J was made that the Hibernian Social Club will entertain with a euchre and lotto party In the new home on I Tuesday evening June 2 and the division extends a cordial Invitation thotliimbernlansJ tend The new home Is located at Eighteenth and Portland avenue J and is well worth a visit FATHER GALLONS FIRST MASS t priesthood 1 t Johns congregation who has completed I his theological studies at St j Melnrads In Indiana will occur here on June 6 when the Right Rev j Bishop ODonaghue will confer holy orders and raise him to his high calling On Sunday June 7 Father 1 Fallon will celebrate his first mass t at St Johns church corner Clay and t Walnut an event In which the en tire congregation will be interested 1 While all arrangements for this sol emn event have not been made the pastor the Rev G W Schuhmann has received the acceptances to assist at this mass of those priests in the city who were former members of this parish Among them are the Rev Michael Melody chaplain of St I Vincents Orphan Home the Rev John T Hill pastor of St Anns church the Rev George Connor pastor of St Williams the Rev John D Kalaher pastor of St Columbas and the Rev Francis OConnor assistant at St Cecilias ARREST ANNA LOWRY Upon the sworn complaint of a Catholic resident of Winona Minn who was present at a lecture deliv ji ered on Sunday March 16 by Anna exnun I I arrest on the charge of having usedII language unfit for public address Anna Lowry left Winona immediately after her lecture before the warrant could be served The arrest was made on May jlwhen Anna Lowry appeared again In the State of Minnesota She was taken to Winona and placed In the city Jail The fol lowing day shQ was given a hearing at which she pleaded not guilty Her trial followed on May 16 In giving his decision the Judge stated that the evidence on both sides at prisonerSentence alty was fixed as a fine or a period of confinement In Jail The decision of the Judge was followed by a pro hibition on ttie part of the Mayor of the city forbidding Anna Lowry ac cess to any public hall in Winona for the purpose of disseminating her malicious and immoral teaching The city qf Winona is to be congratulated on this summary treatment of this exponent of anilAmerican and anti Christlan bigotry VISITED CAREY SHRINE Rev Richard Murphy O M C of St Anthonys church and Rev Edmund Kaiser O M C pastor of St Peters were in Carey Ohio last week where they assisted at the semiannual pilgrimage to the shrine of Our Lady of Consolation vhere many miraculous cures have aken place Father Murphy reached the Sunday evening sermor rid Father Kaiser preached Thurs rilaagroilly aJoArh of August i WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Yoar Next Order BECKHAMS Prospects Encouraging Opposi tlon From Republicans and Progressives Democrats Not Sanguine of Success In the Event of His Nomination Percy Haley Confining Atten tion to Finding Leader For This District ALL PULLING FOR CAPT FOX The Kentucky correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer is authority for the statement that at present strongestInnomInation theEveningor the Post offered any explanation for the fact that Republican and springingupcalculatingthatnomination they will have a splendid chance for victory in November and wise predictingscuresn Is sure to draw strength from theDemocratic ranks as in his previous political races and in addition his Republicanswouldand the Progressives Right here In Progressivesareproportionthan formerCity andCtheBoardfavorabletobelieved f PErnstnomination factthattheRepublicans handthismanyDemocrats realizIngInJeopardypartyandhmany1 forthereason than to eliminate him and his man Haley from activity in State theirdeterminationpredictedthatbegintohasbeenLoulsvlllefrom Beckhamfromcratic organization keeping hands wouldbebythepresence buttonholing around the Seelbach Hotel seems todateplacatetheamongthatwho while appearing all knowingt boundarIes leadershipA forthebetween politicsLaboand hopored by that party and H I Fox who is now busy trying to fur nish Information to the grand Jury WoodAxtonsand for the good of all concerned its earnestly hoped that Fox is chosen to run against Swagar Sherley if for no other reason than to forever put an end to that guff from his friends and the Herald referring to him as the man who made the remarkable race against Sherlyqver allowing for the fact that in 1912 ho was carried on the Roosevelt kite affd the average voter didnt even know he was on the ballot The Mose Green Club will give an alt day outing at Klondyke picnic grounds on the Bardstown road on June 14 President John J Barry Lee Simons Adam Spahn Jacob Graft and Felix Coblens belng the committee of arrangements This Democratic organization always does pleasanttime CUIUBV MURPHY Tho social event of the season at Central City will be the marriage of Loulsyliletowhich will tako place at St Josephs church Central City Tuesday May 26 The Rev James P Cronin Vicar General of the diocese and a performthe I ceremonyBENEFIT EUCHRE For the benefit of St Pauls theYounga euchre party and cake sale Wednesday night at Trinity Council URn the games to begin at 816 The young ladles are eager to assist the pastor Rev Thomas York who has a burdensome task before him in the rebuilding of the church destroyed ltothelrparty 7 Z TT i YI6H A1IERIOANu- KENTUOKY KENTUCKYl IRISH flMEKIGM 1 1PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Social aid Moral A4yaacessememt of Irish Americans and Catholics 4Offically Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO lacorpouttd Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PBR YEAR SINGLE COPY 5e Rnlircd at the UnlivllU PeiKHIe aesoodClass fUtUf AMERICAN 1 1921 West Ones St 4MrtM all C sia ilutloas to t6o KEfmJCCT IRISH 1LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 23 1914 = DUTY WELL DONE With commingled feelings of pleasure and pride admirers of United States Senator OGorman throughout the country read his able and patriotic address against the shameful surrender of American i rights In the greatest engineering achievement of the age rights secured by the application of American genius and by the lavish expenditure of American money With tho Irish World we are glad that he delivered on the floor of the United States Senate the ablest of the many able speeches against the humiliating and 4 the treacherous proposal that the United States confess before the world that It deliberately violated its solemnly plighted word when Congress enacted that American coastwise shipping should be permuted to use the Panama canal free of charge Senaor OGormans cogent argument has had a wonderful effect and to some It appears that It Influenced President Wilson In his address ate the Barry monument unveiling MENACE WHINES Rev Father F F Rossman of the diocese of Wheeling W Va has Instituted suit against the Menac for 60000 In retaliation for vile and filthy charges published In the organ last fall The mudgutter sheet In Its latest Issue whines that Father Rossman waited until its finances were at a low ebb before bringing suit and Is printing a blank to be circulated by its dupes for the pur pose of raising a defense fund When the case comes to trial the Menace will probably duplicate the perform ance In the Philadelphia libel suit plead guilty to lying but at the same time gather In a few more shekels from the sucker brigade GETTING TOGETHER The Columbian shows a fair spirit In declaring that Catholics should take part with their Protestant fel low citizens in all movements to Im prove the condition of the poor to put down commercialized vice to purify politics to beautify their home town to regulate dangerous traffics and to promote In other ways the common welfare We are all citizens of the one country and on the ground of our citizenship we have a level where we can meet and cooperate with people of all denom inations When we come Into close relations with our neighbors In patriotic enterprises we shall know them bettor personally and esteem them more highly and they will un derstand us better and think more of us They will be more willing and ready to cooperate with us In pre venting the dissemination of lies and calumnies against our church and In checking the onslaughts of vicious antiCatholic literature Let us get together In all that makes for a kindlier feeling between man and man and for a better and happier country EMINENTLY PRACTICAL An eminently practical suggestion of the Catholic Union of Missouri Is contained In the request couched In the form of a resolution and di rected to Catholics everywhere In the country asking them to refrain from visiting the IPanamatPaclf Exposi tion on those days on which the notorious ex Mayor of Rome Ernesto Nathan attends in any official capacity This resolution adopted by the State convention at Jefferson City provides an excellent means of showing the displeasure of American Catholics with the selection of Nathan as tho official representative of the Italian Government to the exposition I WOMEN AND STYLE The prevailing styles of dress which are not only unbecoming to most women and many really In decent as weU as a menace to life and limbs are causing thinking women to speak out and take action t The folly of the style craze la well sqt forth by a sensible woman jn the following fJust as long aa women bow down and becomes slaves to fashion as most are now doing just so long will extreme styles be forced upon them As tong aa we suffer ourselves to be governed by fashion we surely can not consider ourselves competent to votei We have made ourselves the 1laughing stock of men In general and K women wish to stand shoulder to shoulder with men Jithe business and political world they must ifcow themselves worthy of honor and trust Men do not want us to lose our femininity nor do they wish us to be mannish in our deportment nor as foolish as we undoubtedly appear now I love to see women wear pretty things and to look like dainty lovable creatures Because one appears llko this does not mean that she has not Intelligence to compete In the business world In some ways women are superior to men in most ways we are as capable as they but In dress and deportment we show much weakness We ought to stand firmly together In this matter of dress reform and not allow fashion to dictate what we shall or shall not wear We are not obliged to buy dresses which are unbecoming un comfortable or suggestive of Indecency just because the shops are displaying that kind Jf we would pass them by we would soon see something better provided for us Women who are mothers of boys who will soon be men should think that Just as they are leading those boysI up to an honorable manhood just swill the men be Influenced later Iin- Ute If we dress in a way to lower ourselves in their esteem we fail iin- our I mission in life Our dress and deportment are sign posts whichI show the way let them point to that which is best and highest not to wards those things which are foolish suggestive and Indecent AWFUL ISNT IT The Menace and Peril are pub lishing flaring headlines telling how the noblo A P A lecturers com posed mainly of expriests excrooks etc are being assaulted by Roman thugs at different points throughout the country It Is queer that all Catholics havent the patience to stand idly by and hear the good name of their daughter and sister who may be In the convent reviled and insulted by these fakirs isnt It NOWHERE Why is it asks the Catholic Tribune that men who rant at the Catholic church and decry her fancied aristocracy fail Jto note that the man of matchless parts who religiously rules over her three hun dred million people today rose to be their Peter from a poor Italian peasant boy Where in all the world is to be found another such demonstration of democracy Catholics are not protesting the appointment of Ernesto Nathan as representative of Italy to the Panama Exposition because ho is a Jew On the contrary they are opposed to him not because he is a Jew but be causo ho is a renegade Jew and an atrabilious atheist who has wantonly insulted the head of their church and all Christians The new child labor law goes into effect June 18 after which girls under eighteen and boys under four teen will not be allowed to engage in street occupations SACRED HEART CHURCH Every detail has been completed by the ladies of the Sacred Heart congregation for the reunion and candy pulling to be held Monday afternoon and evening in the school building at Seventeenth and Broad way The ladies will be assisted by a number of men of the parish who will introduce a number of surpris ing features that all will enjoy There will be the country store booths and refreshments This candy pulling is given for the entertainment of the Sacred Heart school children in the afternoon and for their parents at night the proceeds being for the benefit of the school fund All friends of the church will be wel come CATHOLIC KNIGHTS EXCURSION The Catholic Knights of the Falls Cities will conduct an excursion to nawesvllle Cannelton and Tell City Ind on Sunday June 14 their train leaving the Tenthstreet depot at 745 in the morning and arriving back at 11 oclock that night Noth ing will be left undone to make the trip an enjoyable one as has bpon all others undertaken by the Central Committee At Tell City the ex cursionists will be given a rousing reception and there they will participate in the silver jubilee of one of the priests of that place The round trip fare will be 165 wb h will also par forariver ride NATJONALCONVENTION The national convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America will be herd In Indianapolis next week beginning Tuesday morn InK when the delegates will attend high man at St Johnschureh and the buBlneee sessions will be held at tb Hotel ft YerlB Loulayllle will hay i representation of twentytwo delegates SOCIETY i 1 Mr and Mrs J P Gleason were visitors in New York last week Misses Margaret and Ann Morlarty have returned from a months stay In St Louis Mr and Mrs William Tarpey were In Springfield last week for a visit to relatives Miss Dolly Sullivan of Clifton has been spending the past two weeks In Atlanta IMiss Margaret Moran of Portland has been visiting In Cincinnati tho guest of Mrs John Clayton Mrs James White had as visitors last week Misses Betty McKenna and Margie Walsh 44 Falrfiold Miss Alice Webb was last week the guest of Mr and Mrs James Dawson at Lebanon Junction Mrs Pat OBrien who was the guest of Mrs John J King has re turned to her home in Frankfort Mrs Robert Hagan who has been 111 at St Josephs Infirmary is now convalescent and has returned to her home Mr and Mrs G T Rider and children and Miss Lee Rider have returned from a visit to John Rider at Stith ton James A Cunningham and John OBrien left Monday for Detroit to spend ten days visiting Ralph J Cunningham Mrs Phil B Thompspn and Mrs Florence Tanner have returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs C C Wells In Cincinnati Mr and Mrs John Maguire and Miss Agnes Maguire visited in Park view last week the guests of Mrs B J Johnson Mrs Martha Anderson of Highland Park has been visiting her daughter Mrs Will Murphy on the Taylor boulevard John Mazzoni and wife and Miss Tulle Fontana have been enjoying a season of rest and recreation at West Baden Springs Misses Elizabeth and Louise Franke who have been in German with relatives for a year will sail for home about June 14 Dr John Widner and bride who was Miss Madeline C Devenny will return from their wedding trip June 1 and will reside in apartments on Second street Miss Mary E Sheridan Supreme Vice President of the C K and L of- A will leave Monday for Indian apolis to attend the national conven tion of that order Mr and Mrs J C Klrchdorfer have been spending the week in In dianapolis where they attended the convention of the National Hardware Dealers Association Mrs Martin Casper Jr and baby left last week for a visit to relatives at Cannelton They were accom- panIed by Mrs Eva Casper who spent three weeks here Ben Hunds many railroad friends were glad when he returned to hisI position fully recovered from an Ul ness that for a time occasioned alarm to his family and relatives s Mother ThomasIna of Springfield Ill passed through the city theI first of the week en route to St Catherines Convent While here she was the guest of Mr and Mrs T OSullivan South Seventh street Mrs Molly Renthan announces the engagement of her niece Miss Elizabeth C Philips to Edward B Dlllen The wedding will take place Wednesday morning June 10 at 8 oclock at the Sacred Heart church the Rev Father Patrick Walsh officiating Miss Frances Welch will be the maid of honor and Charles Ryan will be the best man ST ANNS CHURCH Last Sunday was another happy day for the parents and children of St Anns parish of which the Rev John T Hill is the pastor Tho church and sanctuary were beauti fully decorated with spring plants and flowers and the altars ablaze with lights for the twentytwo chit dren who received their first holy communion at the high mass at 8 oclock in the morning The church was thronged with people who returned again at 230 in the afternoon when with impressive ceremony they were enrolled and received the scapular- DEDICATION AND CONCERT The large two manual pipe organ built by the Pitcher Organ Company of this city for St Georges church Eighteenth and Magnolia will be dedicated tomorrow night with beautiful ceremony and a grand sacred concert The musical pro gramme which will consist of eIgh- teen high class numbers will be rendered by a select choir of twentyfive voices under the direction of Prof P A Stark with Mrs Stark pre siding at the organ Rev Ignatius Wilklns 0 F M who is a widely known composer of sacred music will preach the dedicatory sermon Rev Father Weiss the pastor extends a cordial invitation to the public to be present- DOUBLEWEDDING Tuesday morning St Vincent de Pauls church wus the scene of a pretty double wedding when Miss Minnie Guenther and Bernard Hove amp and Miss Rosa Hovekamp and Edward Hodapp were united in mar rage by the Rev A J Thome who was also the celebrant of the nuptial high mass The contracting parties are well known in German Catholic circles and a large gathering of their friends were present to wits the oWemony and extend con gratulatloBi J A CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Loulsvile Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic ti I FREE f FREE ALL THIS WEEK Marbleized Steel Enamel Preserving Kettle With Half Pound of On New Blend Tea 36cDBEST TEA FOR ICED JOHN M LLOY I g Hem Phone ijaj 01O W IVXAKKE5T s+ STREET 8 es iSGftitiyf i I IVHOLESALEI S11NN 1M4N- IBOB J N 9 ttN i tlOM4 FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South FURNITUREFor the Bed Room Dining Room and Living Room Large selection good quality and reasonable prices WMe F MAYERMarket Bet Fourth and Fifth Kohn Bingham Sloss Spindle- ATTORNEYS i COUNSELORS Commercial Building Southeast Corner Fourth and Main Streets LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Lute News that Will Interest Members Here and Elsa where Wisconsin gained 1100 members within the past year Tomorrow there will be a big initiation at Evansville Rhode Island has twentyfour councils with 4000 members Thirtythree have just received the third degree at Cheyenne Wyo Indiana has a total membership of 9000 a gain of 800 during the yearIllinois has 140 councils onehall of them located in Chicago and Cook countyWith the two organized the post year Indiana has now fiftyfour councilsCordova Caravan of Buffalo do nated 600 to tho Cathedral cam paign fund The membership in Illinois is 38612 an Increase of 3149 in the past twelve months New York State reports 46992 members Union Council of Syra cuse with 1336 is the largest in the State There will bo a grand pilgrimage tomorrow at Naper Cal when a large class will receive the second and third degrees Rev Father Xavier Sutton opened a weeks retreat Sunday in the Cathedral at Columbus Ohio given under the auspices of the Knights of that city The Knights of Lockport N Y have bought the McCue block Pine and Walnut streets for 20000 They will spend several thousand In remodeling the building into a club house The Knights of Portland Ore are planning a new threestory building and purpose forming a Junior depart ment for boys and another for girls so that the building will be the center for Catholic activities In that city BENEFIT FOR SCHOOL A candy pulling euchre and lotto will be given by the Holy Cross par ish at Spring Dank Park on May 30 for the benefit of the new parochial school the Rev Father Brey Is erecting Games will be played both afternoon and evening and a bounti ful supper will be served by the ladles In the large dining hall on the grounds Many handsome prizes have been secured and for all who attend there will be a really delight ful evening FKAST OF ST PHILIP NBRL Next Tuesday the Faust of ft Philip Nepf will be observed with t 4 D FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Xtragood VaudevilleI AND Free Concerts by Natiellos Band The Big Sanitary Swim ming Pool opens soon Reserved seats on sale at T P Taylor Drug Co No 3 Fourth near Wa- lnutRIVERVIEW Louisvilles Great Amusement Park OPEN FOR THE SEASON AFTERNOON ADMISSION EREE Free Open Air Musicals Guzzardis Orchestra High Class Vaudeville Singers- Mr Dlefanbacb Iis again in charge of the Spotless Kitchen Night admission five cents children accompauled by parents free SIMPLY CHARMING AND 80 VERY CHEAP 150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 1501 On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 a m goes about seventyfive miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY50c DR EDMOND D WELLS EYE EAR NOSE THROAT Room 202 CourierJournal Bldg FOURTH AND GREEN Hours 8 to 9 a m 2 to 4 pm 7 to SpmPhoaeClty6719 due solemnity and ceremony at his patronal church In this city of which the Rev Father Oscar Acker manna DC L Is the pastor There will be a solemn high mass at 830 oclock in the morning when the Rev Cletus Brady CP will deliver the panegyric on St Philip NerL All who attend this ltiandreeiveholy communion will gala a plenary Indulgence it 7 h SPECIAL OFFERWEEK OF MAY 23 TO 30I FIFTY GREEN TRADING STAMPS With a purchase of one pound of Tea atSOc per pound and up TEAS to suit all tastes Order the kind you use Try a pound this week Bring this ad with you or mention this paper EI Ryad Coffee is the best lb35cAmbroso Coffee is next best Ib 32c Sultim Coffee choice lb30cTHE GREAT AP TEA CO Fourth and Jefferson 408 East Market OSiINNlOi04NN0t Ot 4iA For Your Furniture Want- sII YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENEfffI 425 427 and 429 East Market Street ea I WHAT OUR CLUB PLAN MEANS TO yOU You can buy OUR QUALILY MERCHANDISE at LOWEST CASH PRICES You can arrange to pay for Carpets Rugs Lin oleums and Draperies in the MOST CONVENIENT MANNER We charge you a club fee of 3 per cent on your purchase This insignificant sum is all the extras the club proposition involves Many people avail themselves of our club plan to get the best the least money Why not you Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff INCORPORATED 522524 WEST MARKET STREET IrThYI Last Dollar r 1m That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR must be spent for somethiag you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming IIKy1 Title Savings Bank and Trust Co uFifth and Court Place mlOpcn Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m fa ALL ROADS LEAD TO Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY Ship your Live Stock to Louisville the largest and best market south of the Ohio river Entirely under roof reinforced concrete as nearly fireproof as possible Buyers i for every class of stock in daily attendance Daily capacity 8000 cattle 20000 hogs 35000 sheep and lambs Telephone City 2571 BOURBON STOCK YARD COMPANY INCORPORATED Oscar Fwlejr President Area Blrcb Yardmaster Phone City 3238 I i G AI Birch Superintendent Ges L Wood Secretary Chas Ormsby Traffic Manager Store 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 John D Wakefield Co BROKERS 118 Se Fifth St Louisville Ky I HAVE iou TRIED CAMPS UpStairs Kentucky Dairy Lunch tIncorporated I IT SERVES YOU RIGHT Famous for Good Things to Eat We also serve lunches and banquets for lodges and clubs 322 WEST JEFFERSON 542 S FOURTH AVENUE 209 S FIFTH 913 WEST BROADWAY K1 Q gENTUOKY YRTSH AJtrERICAN HiHHH3+t I I I I Hz1 I I J Itt J 1101 t+JoIz I t 111I1 to DOUGHERTY McELLIOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTII PIIONES Gtlmb Main 2098m7iome City 2008 1Z0I I +ztzz1 II t I I I II E I I I I tt I I 11 II I tssstassw ca aoaataa HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3D71y i J J BARRETTS SONS i 822 FUNERAL AND mast DIRECTORSII +ar 11 t+1IH lInS ztoH I II I I t 11 I oIooItzsz THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 u GRAN W SMITHS SON AL S SMITH PROP i Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET i 00 JT CHAWK z Veterinary x 713715 SOUTH Infirmary SEVENTH STREET JTtUfbomsCuinb S 299i Seas City 2399 e61cyy y yyyyyyy T r A1 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky IH JTINB WINES AL K1OLB AGNESII 1LIQUORS1 t I JI+HHI n JoIn II UU ISf II H I 0loi ItS JIll I I 101 11 SAXES THE RUB THE EASY CLEAN EASY WAY Simply Stir the Clothes Ten Minutes S OAF LOUISVILLE SOAP COMPANY INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Ny Tear toys M tveattom tkM will yrtfaM tsim got W- eST XAVIERS COLLEQh lid W XroaAway tvlrrlU JCy- CoaducUd by Uie Xaveriaa Brotkvra CUuuloal BctwiUflo M4 Bulnen OMIWM rr MrMT DartaiBt Lars wlMda lMI Well ZqalpA GympRacU 4erau Easels lira Jaasea atr HBOSSE SON Funeral Directors and Embalmerse 81op H- Tlwheae a AYNUBMt CB THOMPSON FLORISTJWONIT ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE StlTlspkaa lOBO All rderi receive prompt attcatlsc aid utlsfacUoH Fnaranted Quick Meal Gas Ranges Are Excellent Moat Excellent Specially adapted for the economical use of natural gas GEHER m SON 215 W atrt ire Secwrf llJ DESERVED PROMOTION Under the ned regulation of de partments In the local Postoffico as devised by the Board of Examiners Charles S Raidy has been promoted from carrier to foreman of carriers beginning his new duties this past week and stationed at the main office Fourth and Chestnut streets In his seventeen years service as car rier Mr Raidy has made a splendid record wherever assigned to duty making hosts of friends on his different routes Ho is one of the I leading spirits of Mackin Council serving as President of that organization and is also a recognized pro moter In matters beneficial to the citizens of the West End where ho resides In politics Mr Raldy Is known as a lifelong Democrat and Immediately following the success of the national Democratic ticket his many friends urged his promotion under Postmaster Dick Schmitt GREAT INTEREST TAKEN Great interest is manifested in the euchre and lotto entertainment to be given by the Altar Society of St Leos church Highland Park which takes place next Tuesday afternoon and evening at Trinity Couucll Hall Baxter and Morton avenue In many respects this will be a unique affair and all who attend will enjoy them selves The proceeds will be for the benefit of the new church Father Fitzgerald will soon have ready for dedication Games will be called at 230 and 8 oclock the general ad mission being only ten cents DANCING EXHIBITION Every detail has been completed for the dancing exhibition to be given Monday night at Macauleys Theater by the pupils of Prof P Wellington Hagers dancing academy Several of the most graceful juveniles in tho terpsichorean art will perform and this will undoubtedly prove to be one of the best dancing exhibitions of the season Prof Hager has been working for some time with his pupils and has succeeded In develop ing them to a near state of perfec tion The general admission will be twentyfive cents FRANKFORT Last Saturday at Frankfort Miss Mayme Yagle announced the approaching marriage of her sister Miss Carrie Yagle to Butler Abler The wedding will take place on the morning of June 10 at 730 oclock In the Church of the Good Shepherd The Rev Father Joseph A Flynn will perform the ceremony at the Impressive and beautiful nuptial mass with several flower girls and a bridesmaid to form the bridal party Miss Yagle is a most attractive girl and Is among the younger social set a distinct favorite RECOVERING Lieut Edward Pulford and Patrol man Robert Scanlon of the Louisville police force who have been off fluty suffering from rheumatism are reported Improving and hope ful of soon resuming their positions Patrolman Jerry Quill Statlonkeeper at the Clifton substation has almost entirely recovered from the effects of his fall three weeks ago when he sustained a badly sprained ankle HOSPITAL ENTERTAINMENT For the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital the Ladles Sew ing Society will give an entertain ment at the hospital on the after noons and nights of June 3 and 4 These entertainments are always en joyable and the ladles hope to have with them all their friends Euchre and lotto will be played and on Loth evenings a light luncheon will tie servedGLENNON IN IRELAND The Most Rev Archbishop Glen non of St Louis who will soon visit Rome and the Holy Father will preach at the consecration of the Oliver Plunket memorial church at Drogheda Ireland on June 29 at which Cardinal Logue will officiate INTO TRUE FOLD William Lorimer former United States Senator from Illinois was recently received into the Catholic church by the Rev Father XavIer Button C P In the Service Chapel on Sheridan road Only his wife and members of his family were present when he made his profession and was baptized ALTAR SOCIETY PARTY What promises to be one of the seasons most delightful euchre and I lotto parties Is announced for nextIII Tuesday night at St Cecilias 2521 BL Cecilia street The affair will be under the auspices ofthoI ladles Altarof the Society Cecilias church who have a reputa tion as entertainers Games will be called af 8 oclock the admission be ing twentyfive cents SHAMROCK VS DEFENDERS It will be an agreeable relief from wars and rumors of war OonMtie and foreign to read about ta trials of Shamrock IV and ti Amatkt Cup defender They will soon be f BIG LINE OF Photo Cards and Postals Booklets Etc Exclusive Designs First Communion and Con firmation Goods in End less Variety ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 418 W JEFFERSON ST OldestI Kentucky Home of Church Go- odsMONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging n price from 75 00 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give w a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument C- oSOCIETYDIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter Cusick Financial Secretary Joseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tlrn 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 Keaney TreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn JHesslon 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 llennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rellSentlnelM J McDermott Y JWt I MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentGeorge J Thotnton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken ney Second Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial SecretaryWIll Cassin Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalJoe Keane Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzor Executive CommitteeF O Ad ams George Simonis Frank Geller W A Link- spreading their sails to the breeze and showing what they can do In all weathers Sir Thomas Liptons challenger is hailed as a marvel of promise for no other reason apparently than that her model Is ec centric It is all very well to speak of her as the most wonderful boat of the kind ever built In Europe but the American designers have had a thing or two up their alttrtl also Without doubt one of the new creations will soon be declared a world beater for our yacht archi1 tects have always improved upon their old defender models Beford the end of May the new boats will probably have their trial spins under the eyes of the experts and Sir Thomas will learn he has something to beat HINTS ON STYLE A good deal of dark changeable taffeta is seen especially in after noon gowns There seems to be no limit to the favor in which moire ribbons and silks are held Light net top laces continue to haVe things all their own way In the fashion world ruddy dresses sailors Norfolk and Russian effects are all good for childrens wear Corset waists are actually becom lag fashionable the legitimate result of the desire for a pliant figure Accordion plaited dresses are com ing in again usually they have wide sashes over the hips and thin tunics I Organdie having started as col lars la Increasing in lavor for ether parts of dresses Some entire dresses are made of It The summer suits of cotton o linen are no longer designed wit any thought of laundering they all have to be dry cleaned Dainty lepf and flower patterns I are among the most important in veiling ffBMet and butterfly designs are seed 1a the beauty pate sorts i f S RECENT DEATHS Mrs Caroline Mann an aged and respected member of the Cathedral congregation died Sunday afternoon at her home 732 West Market street from the effects of a paralytic stroke suffered several years ago Surviving her are two sons Augustus J and John H Mann The funeral was held from the Cathedral Tues day morning Henry Kemper seventyfive years old and a retired painting contractor died Sunday morning of paralysis at the home of his son Henry Kemper 115 South Twentyfirst street His funeral was held Tuesday morning from St Anthonys church of which he was a pioneer member Three sons Henry Benjamin and John Kemper survive him The funeral of Mrs Catherine Metten beloved wife of Henry Metten who died Wednesday after noon at her home 1012 East Oak street will take place this morning from St Vincent de Pauls church Mrs Metten was a most estimable woman and a wide circle of relatives and friends will mourn her death Besides her husband she leaves four children Sunday the sad Intelligence reached this city of the death of Fred L Trefzer at Oklahoma City Okla He was a member of tho Knights of Columbus of this city and before going West was an Inspector with the Kentucky Actuarial Bureau The remains were brought here and taken to the home of Mrs L EFow lew 740 Barret avenue where they laid until the funeral which took place Wednesday morning from St Boniface church By the death of Mrs Christina Crush last Sunday night at her home 1240 Everett avenue St Briglds parish loses another of Its oldest and most highly esteemed members Mrs Crush was a native of Louisville and before her marriage was Miss Chris tina Karbel She leaves three daugh ters Mrs Frank G Harprlng and Miss Lula Crush of Louisville and Mrs John A Spalding of Indian apolis and seven sons William G and Frank J Crush both of Dallas Texas Ollie Crush of Paonia Gal Louis W Crush of Chicago Joseph P Charles C and Florian Crush of Louisville Her funeral was held from St iBrlglds church Wednesday morning eight grandsons acting as pallbearers TAKING TEX DAYS Lieut M J Rawley of the First Police district Is enjoying his ten days vacation by managing the Col onels from the grand stand at Eclipse Park CARD PUtTY The Young Ladles Sodality of St Brlgids church have secured tho school hall Baxter and Hepburn for June 3 for a card and lotto party For two weeks they have been busy preparing for this event and they now predict that It will surpass any ever given in the Highlands The ladles will award many desirable prizes and promise all who attend a pleasant time MDOXOGH A CANDIDATE The first man in New York State to announce his candidacy for the United States Senatorshlp is James S McDonogh a former Louisville boy who is now a successful lawyer in the big metropolis McDpnogh has friends and workers in all the large cities and they are going to conduct an indefatigable campaign In his behalf SOCIAL CLUB EUCHRE The Hibernian Social Club which Is an adjunct of Division 3 A O H will give a euchre and lotto on Tuesday evening June 2 In their new club house at 1818 Portland avenue Games will be called promptly at 8 oclock PARADE IN DUBLIN The Limerick County Council unanimously resolved last Saturday to support the Nationalist volunteer movement which was startedfor the purpose of organizing a national force to uphold the authority of the Crown and Government of Ireland on the same lines as the Ulster forgo Thomas Lundon Nationalist mem ber of the House of Commons for East Limerick in a speech said the day the home rule bill was placed on the statute book 200000 volun teers would parade in Dublin fo pre vent the withdrawal of the dearly won measure CELTIC STOCK LEADS Of the 32243382 persons of for eign white stock in the United States In 1910 the English and Celtic in cluding Irish Scotch and Welsh has the largest representation according to the mother tongue bulletin Issued Saturday by the Census Bureau As reported to the Census Bureau the total foreign white stock whose mother tongue was English and Celtic numbered 10037420 This number represented 123 per cent of the total white population of the United States in 1910 which was 81731957 The German group numbered 8817271 or 108 per cent Italian 2151422 or 26 per cent Polish 1707640 or 21 per cent Swedish 1445869 or 18 percent French 1357169 or 17 per cent and Norwegian 1009854 or 12 per cent- PAYING MONEY ORDERS On and after July 1 1914 all domestic money orders will be pay able at any Postoffice within thee exceptAlaskawithin thirty days from the date of the Issuance The money orders are to be made payable at a designated presentbut otflche t this order will permit Uncle Sam to further compete with the express ratoverpostalJli thathtany exprIr oomPanylasJ tingtkeui- I 7 FRANK FEHR aPo BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers 1LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE In FALLS CITY BREWING COIt INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordcff a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West C3 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1- 913WIEDMANN TaE IlfCORPOJlAtED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beersv Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flaw QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS9 Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE K3T IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL CCXINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY OL- DFORTUNABOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COINCORPORATED DISTILLERSWINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS All the late and saw Styles and Shapes as be found here at reasonable prices gall and set u- sBEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Ueleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONAILE PRICES JACOBSCUULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE 223tCEITnALFUnNITUHECO Incorporated N W C1Irjaa4 flreen Su we fvnikk tk hone corn ipt+ o9 y payment IIWM CALUiMAN Mfr SafMl M o FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING- N W Corner Fourth and Jefferson THE 2 FAVORITES of LtBlirlllci Pxrtkilar Smoker TARPY SPECIAL lOc Clea- rLITTLE A J 5c Cigar qualitydand the bestmade for the money Par iciest all dbpenscrs of smokers T W TARPY z CO 2CAKHBS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET HERRMANN BROS XUTOKTXU PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers sad Wholwale Deal edJCftkyJVlIlIld Pearl of NelsonOT L11GDIN1101W e I tN aN s1 r I I dINiUOKY Ik ISSH AM RJOAN II Thirteen Days of Classy Thoroughbred Sport at Douglas Park Beginning Saturday May 23 KENTUCKY HANDICAP 10000 ADDED OPENING DAY 30 Speculation Stakes 1500 Added Wednesday June 3Sprang Trial Stakes 2500 Added Final1 Pay MaySaturdayMemorial Day Handicap 2000 Added of Excellence Over One of the Most Magnificent Courses on the American Continent Racing Highest Boston Cafe Backrows 332 West Jefferson street The Tyler Henry Wattert on Hotel Delmar Cafe Buschemeyers Drug Store Fourth NolansTickets on Sale at the Seelbach Humler and Green Streets I r What the Club Plan Is d d d d d F What It Means to The Club Plan is an extended payment plan instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc 4 When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for joining for instance The membership fee on a 2500 purchase would d be 7Cc The membership fee on a 5000 purchase would d be 150 The membership fee on greater purchases would of course be in proportiondYou are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchaseda as the first payment For instance on a 2500 purchase you pay 250 down In addition to the membership fee snaking a total of 325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to d pay the balance in small weekly or monthly paymentse When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are pur chased at our cash priceswhether special or regularyou willt more clearly see that our membership fee is nothing In comparison with the additional cost installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments cd FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB PLAN- e Any further information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer F fully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth d floor e BACDN s SON dd INCORPORATED WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS t gI S Sa II l3 III 1 18ANNDN tPrs 6 Mgr HI 111111111 1011 11111I1111 tUfl LightingFixtures 1 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 preliminary selec tlon before having your house wired so that switches and outlets may be properly placed You will be amply repaid for visit to our Dis play Rooms to see the various types of lighting and receive our suggestions BURDORFBRECHER CO INCORPORATED ILLUMINATING SPECIALISTS 1 Jefferson Street Bet Fourth and Fifth II iI t 1111111111111111 11111111 TYPEWRITERS The Royal 10is the latest most uptodate ofall machines it is5 years ahead of any other make in new ideas for saving the operators time MAKE US PROVE IT f i HOME PHONE CITY 367 COMB MAIN 1O93Y WELLMAN BROS CO 431 WEST JEFFERSON STREET JLILLo= LJ 4 1 I I I I I I I II 1M I a I No c 11111P JR Vice PrlS fTrias LAWRENCE J VEENEMAN Secretary p BANNON PIPE co Sewer and Calvert Pipe- Barmens Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Coadalts Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified BridE Fire Proofing Flue Mnlarf Fire Brick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops OFFICE 528f WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY 5731786 CUMB MAIN 507 WORKS 13th end Breckyad Magnolia Ave Bet 9tk arid IOth 10+ 11 I II I II ++ 1001 + + 01 H+ + + 01 + + ++ tt+ tFC4It4 FRANK A OHLMANN GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES You Can Make a Square Meal of Our Round Steak Comb riwM Mali 167z ibMrfeM 65252 poo Franklin Street + iil+ + J + + + rOt+ J HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolnr the Pat WeekQenerat- Ncwa 1 Notes Division 4 meets Monday night The Menace is now publishing n fake Hibernian oath Euchre and lotto by Hibernian So dial Club In club house June 2 The Ladles Auxiliary of India apolls have organized another juvenile division More than 300 women will sing at the memorial services for deceased members In Boston- Twentyfive candidates received the degrees from the San Francis County Board meeting Every division should insist on their delegates being present at County Board meetings With united support for the annual picnic each division treasury will be materially helped The membership contest between Minneapolis and St Paul will close with a great initiation on May 31 Five divisions numbering 1500 men turned out at the cornerstone laying of St Peters school at Hart ford Coin Lieut Gov Barry was a special guest and delivered an address at the banquet of the Ladles Auxiliary at Malden Mass Many eyes argturnlng toward DI vision 3 and it need not be surprl Ing If there is aconsolldatlon before the end of the year The national convontlon at Nor folk will be a grand reunion of the Irish race Whether members or not all are invited The Hibernians of Urbana Oblo have presented a complete set of the Catholic Encyclopedia to the Public Library of that city Cleveland Hibernians have set n mark for 1000 now members for 1914 and over 300 candidates have applied for the first Initiation During the month of June tbere will be business and work for all the divisions which will call for the presence of members at meetings Ladles Auxiliary 5 of San Fran e cisco will award a beautiful silk American flag to the society havin the largest representation at Use annual ball- Following the big Initiation at Imogene Iowa 200 Hiernians sat down to the banquet over which Rev Edward Hayes presided as toastmasterThe of St Paul w1l1 give entertainments for the fund for the St Patricks chapel in the new Cathedral One given last week by the Auxiliary 4 netted 500 Members who do not attend at least one meeting a month are lax 1In their duty Among this class are many who are always first to put In their claims against their divisions Massachusetts Hibernians wll participate in the parade at Cohasse next Saturday when the monument to the Irish immigrants Who los heir lives when the British brig St John was wrecked on Minots Ledge over sixty years ago will be unveiled Division 1 of Covington sent the following greeting to National Presl lent Regan who wits one of the speakers at the Barry mbnument ex irclsea in Washington last Saturday t Kentucky the State of the earliest pioneers of the West sends greetings to you our worthy National PreslI lent that the Barrys and others will be there to do homage to the man HOLDING THEIR OWN Despite the crippled condition of he Louisville ball team they have held their own during the past Week and are now contesting with MIl- waukee for the top rung of the ladder the latter team being lucky thus far to have no one out of their egular lineup with the exception of Manager Clark while the Col nels have been minus the services of Shortstop Boumlller and Second Baseman McLarry the latter being specially missed on account of his hitting The Kansas City team will play again this afternoon and to sorrow the Minneapolis team com Ing Monday for four games Some rattling games are promised these old warriors now waking up with he advent of warm weather and cane counted on as a pennant con ender It has been suggested by many of the fans that on the ret- urnf of Beumlller Clothier beI d to third base using DodgeI utility Infielder Ilhlrte FONTAINE FERRY Its second week Fontaine management announces a Eonew and varied selection of attrac ions which are expected to tax the big and beautiful resort to capacity The vaudeville bill at the parks I varlety show is one that spells class from start to finish and will 60 headlined by Gertrude Barnes the well Known prima donna alluded to as the nest star of 1914 An ntirely newprogramme will lie pro Ided by Natiello aid his band In the rea concerts Introducing selections trom the latest grand and light pYraa and Tagtime- t j I i Sitter Recommends It Most Highly 3 I IA Kewastamj WIll August 1912 Many of the Skiers are using Pastor Koonlgs Nerve Tonic I tried one bottle IIItor nervousness and sleeplessness and noticed not alone a marked Improvement In my Bleep but felt much better since I therefore recommend the Tonic moss highly to an those suffering similarly Sr M Alacoque Helen O Mclaughlin et Overly N Oak says that Pastor Kocnlga Nerve Tonic Is certainly an excellent Nerve Tonic because she was badly run down from nervousness and sleeplessnm but after taking the Tonlo her nerves became stronger and she slept well Rev Jos Riley or Seymour Ind says he took Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonlo for sleeplessness of which he suffered since 14 years Since then ho sleeps good and recommends the Tonic to all needing It for that purpose FREEA Valuable BOOK en ner Diseases and a Simple to soy address Poor pr lio get the medlcta free Prepared by REV FATHER Kosovo of Fort Wayne Ledhoc 157G and sow KOENIG MED CO Chicago DL 62 W Laic Street eat Deadtora Sold fcr lit Sl rbottU 6forlSSe L rDttat517516lottlie for J9 hand Tuesday it was feared one arm would have to be amputated AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His tory of America By James A Rooney May 24 1875 House of the Gooll Shepherd for girls established In Newark N J by Bishop Michael Augustine Corrigan who Was can secrated May 4 1873 May 25 1793 Ordination In St Marys Seminary Baltimore by the Right Rev John Carroll of the RevStephen Theodore Badi first priest ordained in the United States born at Orleans Franc July 17 1768 pioneer missions of Kentucky died at Cincinnati April 21 1853 May 26 1790 Vicomte de Malart and Marquis de Marnesla sailed from Havre with 139 French emigrants including thirty of the nobility and Dom Peter Joseph Dirtier a Benedictine monk of st Denis Paris to found a French colony in the Scloto Valley Ohio arrived at Alexandria Va August 2 the project proved an utter failure May 27 1894St Peters churcl Plnp Bluff first church for negr Catholics in Arkansas dedicate by the Right Rev Edward Fitzgerald Bishop of Little Rock May 28 1892 Death of the Right Rev Patrick T OReilly first Bishop of Springfield Mass born In Cavan Ireland ordained at Boston by Bishop Bacon of Portland August 15 1857 conse crated September 25 1870 during his episcopacy the Catholic popula tion more than doubled May 29 1796 Circular issued to the faithful by the Rev Dr Matthev Carr O S A notifying them tha he Is about to start building St Augustlnes church Philadelphia subscription book opened June 11 George Washington donated 50 November 24 church dedicatee June 1 1801 May 30 1908Death of Louts Hon author comore Frechette poet panlon of the Order of St Michael an St George known as the Ira artlge pf Canada born a1 fcfqtre Df ine de Levis November 16 1839 spent years In newspaper work in Chicago and Was Secretary of the Illinois Central railroad returned to Canada In 1871 and resumed writing his poetry won him fame abroad and admiration at home Copyright TWIN qTY LEAGUE Trinity Council team made their debut in the Catholic baseball league Sundayafternoon succeeding he Kentucky Oaks who were dropped by the league for violation of the constitution the newcomers being given a hard proposition at the outset being opposed by Capt Cleggs Champions who won by a score ot 15 to 3 The Olympics still continued their proud record I by winning over the Imperials in an 8 to 1 game the West Broadway boys now being figured as a sure pennant contender George Thorntons Mac kin aggregation proved that they have struck their stride by easily defeating the Brulns 14 to 7 while the Shamrocks triumphed over the Athletics In a swatfest game by a score bf 19 to 11 The schedule for tomorrow is as follows Trinity vs imperials Mackin vs Shamrocks Champions vs Olympics anti Bruins vs Athletics The standing to dateI Club Won Lost Pet Olympics 4 0 1000 Bruins 3 1 71- i0ChampioDs3 l 7- 50nInity2 2 500 Shamrocks 2 2 500 Ubieties 1 3 20 aclflrrI 1 3 2b- 01P4Ja t 0 4 090 J Ending Saturday June 6 THE FEATURE And You IRELAND Record of the Most Important 0 the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Belfast has now a population of over 400000 Martin Dovaney has been appointed by the Lord Chancellor at a Magistrate for County Leltrim The Mayor of Waterford presided at a meeting in the City Hall In support of the Irish National VQlunteeri movementJohn merchant has been elected Vice Chairman of GranaId Urban Council in the room of tho late T Leonard The death of Patrick Murphy of Kllmalne is much regretted He took a deep and active interest in bls countrys welfare The death has taken place Of 11 McDermott the proprietor of the White Star Hotel Cootehlll He was Chairman of Cootehlll Urban Council The Ballyshannon Guardians have unanimously appointed Cormac Mc Gowan Master of the Workhouse to be Clerk of the Union and District CouncilMiss Margaret Hickey In religion Sister Mary Brendan daughter of C J Hickey of Rathmore has been received into the Presentation Convent at Clonmel About 500 Volunteers of the Kil kenny City Corps had a successful route march through the city and portion of the suburbs They were headed by city bands The body of Patrick Casey aged fiftyfour of Balllnafad was found dead in the canal at Mullingar He was only recently back from Amer- Ica where ho had spent twentyti yearsSteps have been taken to estab lish a corps of the Irish Nation Volunteers In Mounthielllck and It is expected that Ina short time the movement will be In full swing allover the county Patrick Cosgrove merchar ranard has been returned as tbe member for the Granard division on Longford County Council P M OReilly the retiring member did not seek reelection The remains of the farmer Thomas McCann who was found lead in his own yard at Gortro verp interred at Castletownconyer The funeral was the largest seen In the district for many years At a meeting of the Monaghs County Council Patrick Magulre was appointed Chief Clerk to the Mona g han County Council and JameR ianratty Jr Ballybay was elected Rate Collector for the Cootehlll rural district The parishioners of Glanmlre pre ented an address of congratulation to Rev John W Roche on his promotion to the pastorate of Clontead and Jallymartle Father Roche has aken a great Interest In educational natters Most Rev Dr McKenna at St tacartans Seminary has raised two laynooth students to the pries bood viz Rev John McDermott Jrrleal Truagh who has been ai olnted to the curacy of Clogher and the Rev John C Donnelly of Clog her appointed to Cleenlsh Sister Mary PatIcla ONeill and later Mary Gertrude Ryan were solemnly professed in the Convent of lercy Carlow by the Most Rev Dr- Foley There was a large attendance of clergy and friends of the newly professed nuns and mass was slebrated by the Rev J ONeill of- Stt Patricks College Maynooth rpther of Sister Patricia ACCEPTED INVITATION The meeting of Division 1 A O H was poorly attended Tuesday nhht President Tarpy being the only officer present and therefore but little business was transacted Thomas teary of the Visiting Committee ported that there were none on the sick list President Maloney Secretary Hessian and John OConnor ot Division 3 were present and on behalf of their division extended a cordial invitation to the members to be resent at the first meeting in then new hall on June 1 and also to attend the Hibernian Social Clubs party on the night of June 2 Thu InvItation was accepted and it is expected Division 1 will be well represented President Tarpy will h1 ve- tbe members notified of the nexi meeting when much Important bust ness must be transacted GLOWING SUCCESS The glowing success of the first week of the regular season at River vIew Park augurs well for the sue c sof the whole season The high QUllllty of the free concerts and first las vocal and musical programme proVed an attraction that brought crowds to the park During the day- limb there has been a great attendee of children who enjoy the rings and devices provided for sir amusement The programme for next week is one of those rare erlngs in which every number t htta a headline proportions with 4I1qrflh Iy shown S d HERMAN STRAUS EI SONS 0rOURTrl AveNue MARKET STRUT p p p a p p s p pp p p EMBROIDERY FOR- CONFIRMATION S DRESSES Beautiful Highclass 27inch Embroidery Flouncings and 22 Allover About half of this lot is handloom goods dainty baby flouncings vlauen 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 fresh and new They include the following styles suitable for chil drens confirmation dresses waists and costumes j Values From 100 to 198 Choice Per Yard 59c Dainty Baby Flouncing All handloom goods the finest made on the new sheer cloth hemstitched and scalloped edges 27 inches wide Worth 1 to 150 for 59c per yard Batiste and Plauen Lace Flouncing 27 inches wide Worth 1 to 125 for 59c per yard Handsome Snowy Swiss Flouncing In floral patterns Worth 1 to 198 for 59c per yard 22Inch Swiss Allover EmbroiderYIn neat and showy designs Handsome goods Worth 1 to 198 for 59c yard We Give and Redeem ProfitSharing Certificates IIIIIIIIIIIEIIIIIJIIIIIIIISII 1111IililIII111Itllll CONFIRMATION SHOES All the Latest Styles to Select From EMERSONSDistinctive For Discriminating Men Ex treme and SemiEnglish Effects and Styles Duchess ShoesI- n All the New Things Such as the Gaby Baby Mary Jane Pumps I SHOE FITTERS ITOTHEFAMH Conservative Colonials Dolland VOLZ MICHAEL 336 WestI F lNNN aeN0 00 GERMAN BAlSTKljiWe Are Now Occupying Our 124 TEMPORARY SOUTH QUARTERSi i iBETWEEN MAIN J Pending erection of our new building at Fifth and Market J i AWNINGSANoTENTS A large stock of teqts on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mall promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES2427 120 N THIRD ST NF6 0I 3 Mt MbQ31 try 1013 Mt4 t 13 N N3O + +0 HOMEPHONE 6771L1 S L ELYMSONWines and Liquor for Family Use Cor Eighth and Qk SteLouisvillei Ky t + n s + + i t t t t t + + Hy