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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 WE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give This Office Your Next Order 21 MAY 30 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS Passes House Jof Commons ant Ireland Again Becomes a Nation Regains Her Parliament After jn Struggle Lusting Over a Century William OBrien and ills Fol lowers Abstained From Voting I ISSUED BY REDMON By a vote of 3B1 to 274s majority of seventyseven the House of Commons passed the home rule bill Under the provisions of the Parliament act the bill becomes law after this stage as it had alreadY twice passed through all its stages in the House of Commons in two separate sessions and the veto of the House of Lords therefore has no fur ther effect When the bill was sent up to the House of Lords it was ac companied by a group of jubilant Nationalists who escorted the offii cial bearer of tho bill and sang God Save Ireland The House of Lords afterward formally read the bill ia first time The end of the hard fought strug gle came suddenly the Unionists re fusing to debate the bill without further information as to the Governments intentions in regard to the proposed amending measure Sonar Law leader of the opposition in timated an appeal to the country was not far off and added Let the cur tain ring down on this contemptible farce It is only the end of an net and not of the play The Govern ment can carry the bill through Parliament but the concluding act of the drama will be in the country where an appeal to the people will not end in a farce Premier Asquith defended the Government against the charge of ignoring the rights of the minority and explained that he was introduc Ing an amending bill not because he thought that the Irish home rule measure was bad or imperfect but because he was anxious for peace The vote was then taken and the an nounceemnt of the figures brought outougreat demonstration by the t +Mnfc4f IJfNa ti nallB1if iMejiLl rils + j They rose from their scats cheering arid waving hats and handkerchiefs The division was taken strictly on party lines The followers of William OBrien abstained from voting OBrien expressing the view that the Premiers action was not straight dealing either with England or IrelandJohn Redmond the Irish Na tionalist leader In a stateemnt says the division in the House of Com mons is equivalent to the passage of the home rule bill into law and expresses the earnest hope that the Ulsterltes who are genuinely nervous as to their position will abandon unreasonable demands and enter into a conciliatory discussion with their fellow countrymen with regard to the points of the bill upon which they desire further safe guards Todays division says iRedmond marks the death after an inglorious history of the 114 years of the union of Pitt and Castlereagh Its place is to be taken by a new union founded on mutual respect and good will between the two islands Proceeding the Nationalist leader de clares that only two eventualities both of them impossible could pre vent the bill from becoming a statute within a few weeksthe first that the session shpuld come to an abrupt end the second that the House of Commons should suddenly go mad and decide not to submit the bill for royal as Sentboth as absurd contingencies as the suggestion that the King would withhold his assent Mr Redmond continues I say on behalf of the Nationalists of Ireland that we desire their cooperation and friendship and I appeal to them to join hands with us in making the home rule settlement one to insure prosperity and freedom of all classes In the country Concerning the amending bill Redmond says If It contains the terms of an agreement whereby some of our fellow countrymen In the North who are now dissatisfied and nervous about the future will be conciliated and does not outrage the fundamental principles of the home rule settlement I am convinced that very Nationalist in Ireland will re joice If the amending bill does not contain such an agreement I see no prospect of it becoming a law In tiny case falling an agreement the Irish party have made it plain that their hands are free to deal with any proposals that may be made The great thing for us to remember Is that amending bill or no amending bill home rule is now practically an act of Parliament Now that tho home rule bill has been passed public interest bas shifted and concentrated on Ulster province The big question of the hour is What will Ulster do now that the home rule bill has been enacted without any amendment guaranteeing the exclusion of Ulster from its provisions It Sir Edward Carson Capt James Craig and other leaders of the antihome rule Orangemen put Into execution the threats they have made and reiterated during the last few months civil war will follow in the North of Ireland I piflpatohaa stay that peace and quiet Irelandl the rJu U n I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN XXXIINO LOUISVILLE SATURDAY IHOME RULE STATEMENT Parliamentary 3the telgaetkroughouf passing of the bill not causing trou ble anywhere The predictions math so freely by certain Unionists tha its final adoption by the House of Commons would be followed by fierce outbursts in Ulster and sanguinary conflicts between the Orangemen and Nationalists have failed thus far The authorities civil and military are keeping ia careful watch and trains are held al stations with steam up in readiness to rush troops or armed police wher ever they might toe needed to sup press riots which nearly everybodY thought wore bound to occur Mean while many Unionists declare that it Is only the storm which presages a fierce storm and that falling the defeat of the Government at a gen oral election civil war looms ahead as a certainty A curious feature ol the situation is that the Unionist leaders are now claiming that the Ulster volunteers are preserving peace in Ulster MOURN TIER DEATH It is with deep regret that the Kentucky Irish American reports the death of Miss Annie ODonaghue aged thirtyseven niece of the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville Miss ODonaghue was stricken with pulmonary trouble ten weeks ago and was taken to Sts Kary and Elizabeth Hospital where she passed peacefully away on Friday night despite the love and care of the Sisters and everything known to medical science For many years the had made her home with the BIshop and since the death of her sister some months ago she had peen the housekeeper at his res- Idence where her pleasing and iffablo manner won the affection and endeared her to all callers Sunday morning her remains were shipped to Cannelburg Ind her girlhood home for burial May her mug rest in peace is the prayer of ter many friends- IMPORTANT AMENDMENT In order to keep pace with the sigh cost of living as he expressed It S J McElllott of Division 4 A O H introduced an amendment to the bylaws of that body to raise he monthly individual dues in order to also increase the amount of the weekly sick benefit the resolution to be acted on at the next meeting June 8 and the action of the divis- Ion is being awaited with much interest by the other divisions of the city County President W J Con nelly was present and spoke of the rational convention of the order which will be held in Norfolk Va beginning Tuesday July 21 he and State President PJ Welsh the only wo delegates to go frond Louisville apt Fergus Kennedy who was Inured j in a recentfirebwns reportedvTi aniwlioi i rhowasTbperatet Elizabeth Hospital last week ORPHAN SOCIETY The next meeting of the newly organized Catholic Orphan Society irjll be held Monday night in Ber rand Hall on Sixth street At this meeting will be received the representatives of the parish branches organized during the past two weeks The reports received by the Central officers are very encouraging and Indicate that the society will have a large membership Chairman Thomas Tarpy will report what has been done for the Fourth of July picnic and a number of special com mittees will be named- INITIATION TOMORROW Tomorrow afternoon Louisville Council Knights of Columbus will sold an initiation at the club house on Fourth street when the degrees rill be conferred on a large class liter the initiatory ceremonies are oncluded there will bo a banquet at tho Louisville iHotel Robert G Vult will preside as toastmaster and responses will be made by Daniel W awler Col P H Callahan Raymond A Schuman and Judge Matt Doherty With this class added Louisville Council will become one of he largest in the country LITERARY CLUB MEETING Members of the Literary Club of tho Knights of Columbus are look- Ing forward with pleasure to the forthcoming meeting on Friday rune 19 Instead of meeting at the club house on Fourth avenue they trill meet at the residence of Mr and Mrs Thomas Mapother 181 Vernon avenue Raymond Shuman rill present a paper on Macbeth and Dr J W Fowlers poem Fred- ericksburg will be recited EUCHRE IN HOME The Hibernian Social Club which Is an adjunct of Division 3 A O H will give a euchre and lotto next Tuesday evening in their new clubhouse 1818 Portland avenue the proceeds to be used toward defraying the expenses incurred in purchasing the place and a large attendance is expected from those interested in the success of this hustling organization James will be called promptly at 8 oclock and the Committee of Arrangements are Thomas A Quinn Matt J OBrien John M Riley and George J Butler LEXINGTON James Savage aged fortythree a well known and prosperous Lexinjg ton grocer died Saturday night at 538 West Third street the residence of his mother with whom he made his home His death was caused by valvular heart disease and came as- a shook to his friends ahdac uatntancee by whom he wad highly respected Surviving him are two brothers Michael and William Sav cove mod throe sisters Mrs John PtllnorMrs Philip Minor and Mlsa Iollieage 1 10fl ee f h c ORDINATION Hundreds of Young Mien Will Elevated I to Dignity of the DoII rIesthoIII I Brief Explanation of Ceremonies I That Will Interest Their Friends Spend Years In Diligent Prcpnr ration For Their Sacred Office INVESTED WITH TWOFOLD POWER During the next month hundreds- of young men who have completed their education in the seminaries of the United States and Europe will bo elevated to the dignity of the priesthood A brief explanation of he ordination ceremonies will doubtless be of interest to our readers who number among their friends those who have spent years in diligent preparation for tills sacred office The young candidate having previously received tonsure the four minor orders the major orders of subdeacon and deaconship now presents himself for ordination to the priesthood Vested in amice alb naniple and stole bearing the hasuble upon the left arm and alighted candle in the right hand he proceeds to the sanctuary The leacons to bo promoted to the priesthood are presented to the Bishop by he archdeacon with the following- bequest Most Reverend Father mr holy mother the Catholic church asks that you would ordain the deacons hero present to the burden of the priesthood The Bishop replies Do you know whether they ire worthy The archdeacon answers As much as human fralllty ermlts I know and testify that hey are worthy to receive the burden of this office To express his joy and gratification at this good testimony the ordaining prelate answers Thanks be to God This question of the Bishop is put to the archdeacon because in the primitive church it vas the duty of the archdeacon to watch over the junior clergy and hence knew who among them was worthy of promotion The office of nr hdQac9i n2 lOnger ejyie inthis g rdlf fid tod th9 rector ot t Iieminary is obliged to answer concerning the worthiness of the candI- date Not contented with the answer of the archdeacon the Bishop urns toward all those present both lergy and laity and announces to hem that he is about to promote hose kneeling before him to the prIesthood and that if any one has mythlng to allege against anyone of the candidates he may freely declare it No objections being raised ho Bishop then proceeds to admon- Ish the candidates of the duties and unctions of the priesthood and xhorts them to discharge them althtfullyThose be ordained then prostrate themselves In the sanctuary md the Litany of the Saints is chanted Toward the end of the itany the Bishop having put on his nitre and taken his crosier turns oward those prostrated and prays That thou wouldst vouchsafe to bless sanctify and consecrate these elect we beseech thee hear us Vhen the litany has been chanted the candidates rise and the imposition of hands takes place Accord ugly the Bishop first and then all the priests present one after an other lay both of their hands on the head of each of the candidates successively and while the priests hold heir hands extended over the per on to be ordained the Bishop asks hem to unite their prayers with his That God will pour out over his ervants whom He has chosen for the priesthood the fullness of his heav mly gifts that the office which is mposed upon them through the race of the Most High might also be administered to them by his divine grace After the imposition of hands the Bishop crosses the stole over the breast of the newly ordained priest saying Take upon thyself the yoked the Lord for his yoke is sweet and his burden Is light The priests then invested with the chasuble and reminded that it represents harity For God is mighty to in creasjIn thee His charity and to make perfect thy works The Holy host is then Invoked by the hymn Vent Creator After the first verse has been sung and the choir ontinues with the remainder of the hymn the Bishop proceeds to anoint he thumb and the index finger of ach hand and then the palms of moth hands of the priest after which he Bishop presents to each the malice with wine and water and the paten with an altar bread saying Receive the power to offer sacrifice to God and to celebrate mass as veil for the living as for the dead In the name of the Lord It you have ever witnessed on rdinntlon you will have observed hat the back part of the chasuble of the newly ordained priest Is folded in halt anti the meaning of this Is the following At ordination hQ priest Is invested with a two old power the power to offer the lacrlfice of the man and the power to forgive sins The first power Is given by the firstimposition of the band The second although im parted in the first Imposition is levertnele again expressly and speciallyl conferred by a second 1 1JOMtlpa 1m which takes pluto at thndI- I J 2e t a of the mass The nlshop then says Receive the Holy Ghost whose sins you shall forgive they aro for given and whose sips you shall re taro they are retained Then as ia sign that the priest is now endowed with the fullness of the sacerdcta power the chasuble is united am permitted to hang down The above mentioned are some of the beautifu ceremonies that accompany the con ferrlng of holy orders SISTERS SILVER JUBILEE A notable and happy event of the week was the silver jubilee of Slste Mary Andrew of the Ursuline order one of the loved teachers at Roll Trinity parochial school Kentucky and Dupuy streets fcelebrated Thurs day morning at Holy Trinity chUrcl with Levitical high mass Rev Father Berreshelm the pastor was the celebrant assisted by Rev Father Thome as deacon and Rev Father Assent as subdeacon In the afternoon the Jublllarian was tendered an ovation and greeting iron the 400 school children and many friends The celebration will bi concluded tomorrow night at Holy Trinity church when there will be a grand concert bythe choir and the girls of the schol in honor of Sister Mary Andrew t COMMENCEMENT The Kentucky i rish American has received an invitation from the pastor Rev Rudolph iC Ruff and pupils of St Patrick schooll at itlthton to be present at their first school commencement Since going to Stlthton Father Ruff has done phenomenal work and especially for the cause of education The commencement exercises will be held on Thursday morning June li arid a number of people from Louisville ire expected to attend- CATHOLIC CHARITIES Tho Committee on Children in the rational Conference of Catholic Charities has just announced its Programme for the next biennial meeting which takes place at the Catholic University in Washington next September The programme embraces a wide range of subjects and among the speakers will be JamesE Fee Mrs John McMahon tiles Mary Barr Robert Biggs Mrs M H Ford Rev Hugh C Boyle Ilss Marie E Lynch M P Mooney Mrs Margaret McGoorty Bernard J Fagan Miss Caroline E Boone and BJ A Seymour fwho have had experience in childrens work in all the arge cities of the country- COLESBURQ The engagement of Miss Puearl licMillenand1 lbur French very pop4JtarrideataJi2fColesb rg as atoen ced TTlietraiariagti- fill l be solemnized next Thursday with a nuptial mass at St Clares hurch the Rev Father John lastaldl officiating TWIN CITY LEAGUE The Champions showed some of heir class of the past two seasons by decisively winning over the Olympics ast Sunday in the Catholic League the defeat being the first for the latter team The Bruins victory over the Knights of Columbus nine uado it a triple tie for first honors between the Champions Olympics and Drums with the Shamrocks only one game behind having won three straight and Manager Emmet Han ahan of the latter team predicts hat his club will trim the Champs omorrow when they come together for the first time this season Trinity Council team lost a hard uck game to the Imperials last Sunday Trinitys pitcher only allowing one hit and striking out sixteen men but Manager Dan Hennessy says they will be satisfied to win over Manager Burkes Olympic aggregation tomorrow a large crowd being expected to watch the result of this contest The standing to date Club Won Lost Pet hulas 4 1 800 Olympics 4 1 800 Champions 4 1 800 Shamrocks 3 2 600 trinity 2 3 400 InlRhts Columbus 1 4 200 lackln 1 4 200 Imperials 1 4 200 RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Marie Gott rath who died at her home Eighth and Market on May 23 was held Monday morning from St Marys church where requiem mass was celebrated by the Rev Father West rmann By her death which was not Unexpected the family loses a ovlng wife and mother and St Marys a devout parishioner Hers was a useful life and In her duties to her family her neighbor and her God In her every action she did noblY and well She io survived by her husband Henry Gottbrath and everal grown children Funeral services over the remains of Joseph E Rush who died at the homo pf his cousin Robert T Neal 2135 High street were held Monday morning from St Cecilias church attended by many mourning friends and relatives Five weeks before he was stricken with dropsy which proved fatal Besides his cousin two uncles Peter and Roger Rush survive him TRIBBLE OP pEORGIA There are Representatives in the United States Congress who are as much out of place as an Australian kangaroo would be One of thes- eSri Tribble of Georgia a narrow minded bigot objects to the celebra lon of mass on board the United Itates warships Why doesnt this peevish person undertake to estab hell a law that would exclude tethollcs from the ranks ofoul fllMlnlaRjbotharntTaI 1naVlT v Ct RED HAT Placed by the Pope on Heads of Thirteen New Princes of the Church The American Cardinals Among Those Surrounding Holy Father One Canadian and Twelve Euro pcans Elevated to Cur dinalatc PONTIFF PRAISES PEACE EFFORT At the consistory held at the Vatican on Monday morning Pope Pius created thirteen new Cardinals and a number of Bishops fron various countries also were con firmed in their sees At the same time official announcement was made of the creation of Monsignor Bell Patriarch of Lisbon as Car dinal His name has been reserved- In petto at the consistory of 1911 The ceremony which was accom panted by the brilliance usual on such occasions at the Vatican was preceded by a short allocution after which the names of the new Car dinals were announced as follows Monsignor Louis Lazaire Begin Archbishop of Quebec Canada Monsignor V Gulsasola y Mendez Archbishop of Toledo Spain Monsignor Demenclo Serafini As sessor of the Congregation of the Holy Office Monsignor Della Chiesa Arch bishop of Bologna Italy Monsignor John Csernock Arch bishop of Esztergom Hungary Monsignor Francis Von Betlnger Archbishop of Munich Bavaria Monsignor Felix Von Hartman Archbishop of Cologne Germany Monsignor F G iPlffl Archbishop of Vienna Austria MonsIgnor Phillipp Glustlnl Sea retary of the Congregation of the Congregation of the Sacraments Monsignor Hector ilrenee Sevin Archbishop of Lyons France Monsignor Mlchale Lega Dean of the Tribunal of the Rota Monsignor Sclpio Tecchi Assessor jf the Conslstorlal Congregation Right Roy Francis Aidan Gas fuet iiPresident of the English Biaidictiaes v Ifti1 e dE tlt t was Burr u de y 1 tliemmbersoCth SacredC ollege living in Rome and by those who are now there including Cardinals Gib bons Farley and OConnell The Pope appointed Cardinal Francis Della Volpe to the office of Cham twilldirectIng the conclave Cardinal Dlomede Talconlo formerly Apostolic Dele gate to the United States also was raised to the mark of Chamberlain The allocution of the Pope was a strong appeal for political and social peace through restoration of religion and the influence of the church Immediately after the con clusion of the secret consistory the Pontiff visited each of the new Car dinals and handed him his formal notice of appointment Cardinal Gasquet the English Benedictine delivered an address in which he said he regarded himself as representing Rome not only in England but Ireland Wales and Scotland and if not altogether too ambitious I can claim after my recent visit to the United States to be partly American as I can count upon the true and affectionate regard of many people In that great republic The Pope in the cofrse of his remarks declared his Conqtantlnlan jubilee when he said The whole world seemed to lift up the Cross of ChrIst as the solo course of peace and salvation for struggling humanity Now especially men desire peace when class is against class nation against nation and people against people and war may breakout as the resi1t of rIvalries dally becoming more bitter Men of distinction and force are planning for their nations and for humanity chemes for preevntlng the calami ties of revolutions and the slaughter of war and for insuring the blessings of peace This is a noble project but their schemes will bear little fruit unless they Insure that the precepts of justice and Christian harity take deep root in the hearts of men The assistance of the church as guardian of justice and charity md the mistress of truth is most fflcaclous for the common weal ItI Is regrettable that the opposite often occurs but the church like Christ toes good and receives injuries In return The divine help will never rail us We have Christ for a pledge and history for a witness The allocution ended by recalling that 100 years ago Plus VII trl umnhantlY returned to Rome from contumelies and captivity and was received with the applause of the world The passage regarding men it distinction and force planning schemes for preventing the calamities of revolution and the slaughter of war and for insuring the blessings of peace was generally Interpreted is referring to President Wilsons and Secretary Aryans endeavors to preserve peace- ENTERTAIN CARDINALS The American Cardinals now In Rome Farley of New York Gibbons of Baltimore and OConnell of Boston are attending few social functions Cardinal Farley was the etueet of honor at a dinner given by Mrs L Phillips of New York Among thV other guests were Abbot Gasquet the head of the English Benedictines and chief reviser of the vulgate Mgr John Edwards and Mgr P J Hayes of New York and Fathers Dolan White and tLangdot Cardinal Parley Cardinal Van nutelli and Cardinal Bourne of Westminster were the guests of honor at a dinner given by Mrs Marlon Mulhall ENJOYED BANQUET During his visit here Suprem Trustee Michael Quinn of the Cath ells Knights of America was hono guest at a sumptuous banquet at the home of Col and Mrs Henr Hunold The table was beautifully decorated and laden with everything that would tempt the epicure Mrs Hunold proved a most charming hostess and her hospitality was sucl as is seldom equaled Covers wen laid for Michael Quinn of Brooklyn Chief Tim Lehan Col John Score Ben Kruse William T Meehan Dan- Iel McCarthy William M HIggins S R Hardman Mr and Mrs Hand and John Kenny of Jeffersonvllle Mrs Hunold was charmingly assisted by her daughter Miss Minnie and Mrs Hand DELEGATE TO NORFOLK At the meeting of the County Board A 0 H in Bertrand Hall or Tuesday evening County President W J Connelly by virtue of his office was chosen as delegate to the national convention which will beheld in Norfolk in July John J Barry being chosen as his alternate John J Barry Matt J OBrien Walter J Cusick and Dan OKeefe reported that they were making all arrangements for the annual County Board picnic the exact particulars- of which will be announced at the next County Board meeting which will be held Wednesday evening In Division 3s new club house The entire proceeds of the picnic will be given to a well known charitable purpose and one In which the mem- berst of the board have pledged themselves to work for President- C J Ford of Division i2 explained his long absence from the County Board meeting by stating that he had wagered a year ago not to attend until Ireland had home rule but from now on he would guarantee a faithful and working representation From his division LAYS CORNERSTONE The cornerstone of the San Francisco Young Mens Institute and Donahue Library will be laid today by Archbishop Riordan following religious services at St Marys Cathedral Preceding thee laying of ho cornerstone time ceremonyof the- breakingoftlie colors will be held he rpmgnlf eonLftagFpreaesitedgy iil beingHanna w it deliver an dress Tire Young Mens Institute building and Donahue Library is destined to T be one of the most interesting buildings In San Francisco Designed along pure classic lines on the Ionic order It will take high rank among the itys many splendid structures and among its fraternal structures will be without a peer Particularly creditable Is it to be to the Catholic people as it is the most compre hensive Catholic club house in the United States It is anticipated that the building will be completed about Fnnuary 1 1916- PRAISES LABOR UNIONS The past work of labor organizations was praised by Gov Walsh In- an address before the Boston Central labor Union In their future work However the greatest posslbllltle ire found for he says No body of non In Massachusetts today has a higher public service to perform than time trades unions It is to the credit of organized labor that you have attracted the attention of gov ernment to the very fundamentals In government SISTERS OF LORETTO Next week will mark the golden anniversary of the arrival of the Sisters of Loretto In Colorado and the foundation of St Marys Acad miyin Denver In honor of the occasion a solemn jubilee high muss vlll bo celebrated In time Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception next Euesdry Special invitations have been extended the Alumnae of Loretta Heights and of St Marys and- o all Loretto girls- CONFIRMATION The Right Rev Bishop ODonag hue will make a visitation to HolY same church Third and 0 tomorrow evening and at 730 will admin ster the sacrament of confirmation to a class of fifty children This w be an event of more than ordinary nterest and doubtless the impressive eremony Wtllbe witnessed by ia large congregation FAIRFIELD WEDDING Mr and Mrs E C Lilly of Fairfield announce the engagement of heir daughter Miss Hallle Lily to- E R Bennett of Taylorsville The wedding will take place Juno 9 at St Michaels church in Fairfield The contracting parties have a wide circle of friends and their marriage will be one of the seasons big society events In that section of the State FIELD MASS At the League Island Navy Yard Philadelphia by permission of the secretary of the Navy Daniels a military field mass will be celebrated tomorrow in honor of the departed soldiers sailors and marines of the nations The mass will be un derthe auspices of the Army and NavY Union V B JA Department of PennsYlvania and other military and patriotic societies l- h PRINTINGWE FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order IIIVOLUME SENATORIAL v Uace Given New Angle by the Entrance of Col Bennett IL Young IMcCrcaryCamden Combination If Effected Will Defeat Bcckham LOSS of Mayo Campaign Fund In Causing Ills Boom to Wane CANDIDATES FOR CIRCUIT CLERK A new angle was given to the mixup in the United States Sen- atorIal race when Gen Bennett H Young announced Thursday that he would be a candidate In the August primary for the short term caused by the death of Senator Bradley and if nominated and elected would serve from the election in November until March 1916 while the ap pointee of Gov MoCreary will also have a four months term the ap pointment to be made in the next several days and to serve from June until the November election It has been suggested that the Governor R could simplify the situation by ap pointing Klan Young for the first four months and it Is believed that this will be done If Johnson Camden refuses the appointment which has been tendered him by the Governor Then again if Mr Camden accepts the appointment hard sledding is insight for the Beckham candidacy for y the long term as a combination of MdCreary for the long term and Camden for the short term would be hard to beat as the Camden bank shortshriftconsist of hypocritical efforts to achieve success through the espousal of the prohibition cause In the event that Camden does not offer the combination of Gov McCreary and Gen Young will have the united support of the old Confederates who are a strong factor in Democratic circles Ht is the belief generally that the Beckham boom is waning especially mince the death of JohnC C MaypV Yhoj7s aBjexppctedI to furnlahv the ilSTtelofar for the ffi4ckliaii El y il that a11 is fetrAtrOiYaa 2lcedS1r the lJVeaingl d 4 evidenced from the following In the Shelby Record There are wheels within wheels and the persistency with which the Louisville Post and Herald the Har rodsburg Leader and other Republican f newspapers are Interesting themselves and advocating Mr Beckham for the Democratic nomina tion for Senator is a little bit suspicious Their hope to elect a Republican Senator lies in the selec tion of a weak Democratic nominee at the general election The above referring to the Post as a Republican paper Is a little unkind when it is conceded that the Post made the leading fight among the dailies for the success of the Wilson ticket in 1912 and the local Democratic ticket last year which Fact seems to have slipped Editor Shinnicks mind but he is certainly striking a popular chord in figuring Beckham as a weak Democratic nominee In the general election Although a little early two or three prospective candidates are inrthe field for the Democratic nomina i- Lion for Circuit Clerk next year Magistrate TJacher Robert KaRen bacher John H Page and Henry hell being prominently mentioned the first three being pretty surerstarters while It is a little doubtful about Bolls entrance he having re ceived pretty nearly every gift in the Democratic party and as the last election showed new and young men are the keynote for continued success of the party EXCURSION The excursion to be given on June 14 by the Cahollc Knights of Louisville to Hawesville Cannelton and Tell City is attracting much attention Tell City Knights are arrang- Ing for a hearty reception for the visitors who will find much thereto interest and entertain them At the committee meeting Tuesday night it was reported that many had already arranged to take the trip and that its success was already assured o The train will leave the Tenthstreet Station at 745 a m and the round rare will be 165 There will also be In Tell City that day large delegations of Catholic Knights from Evansville Jasper and other Indiana cities GOES TO BUFFALO John X Klnberger of whom there Is no more popular young railroad man In Louisville leaves today to accept the position of traveling freight agent for the Big Four road ilt Buffalo his ability In that Une while working as asslsjant freight agent here having been recognized md he received the promotion with a large increase in salary attached iVe will all miss Klmmyn smiling countenance buthe goes to his new location with the best wishes of his host of local friends and admirers FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours prayer In this city begins tomorrow at St Peter Olavers church They will open I with the high mass tomorrow morn ing arid continue until Tuesday j t Ar 0 1 AaI YZ73TISOKY ISH A1DQRIOAN t KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflU PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY irete4 ta the Social and Moral AdTaiceaeaeat el Irish American and CantelkcI Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ol Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America ACNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers K SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Bald at the L nlirlIU PoiUHIc u 9ogdClan mtUr AMret all Coanaaalutleai to tks KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN JI92I West One St LOUISVILLE KYSATURD Y MAY 30 1914 IRELANDS PEACEFUL VICTORY After a struggle lasting for over a century during which her people have withstood oppression and persecution Inflicted upon no other coun try Ireland has won her fight for freedom and home rule The third passage In the House of Commons of the home rule bill gives back to Ireland tho Parliament she lost through treachery and lovers of- F I selfgovernment throughout the J I Iworld rejoice with Ireland today Especially In America whose laws establish and whose political con victions uphold the principles of federation and local selfgovernment this victory for home rule will be approved as a vlcory for Justice and for progress That Is why the American public has given Its sym pathy and moral support to the struggle of the Irish through long years In this hour of triumph spe cial praise and congratulation should be given to the leader of the Na tionalist party John Redmond a man of whom any party might be proud a statesman of exceptional ability and a true patriot What the brilliant and devoted but unhappy Parnell failed to attain It has been given to Redmond and his able associates to accomplish for his I cause Ireland Is fortunate that when her own Parliament once more looks down on College Green there will be men of the breadth and character and proved loyalty shown by Red mond and his colleagues to shape and guide the work of the reborn government Only civil war can cheat Irish nationalism now of vic tory but despite the militant spirit of Carson and the Tory leaders of England It Is believed that the Na tionalist policy will be such as to avoid civil violence and provide guarantees to Ulster that will give Ireland lasting peace and prosperity without abating the triumph of home rule In any degree y SENATOR BRADLEY All Kentucky and the nation mourns the death of her brilliant son William OConnell Bradley whose remains now repose peacefully In Frankfort The news of his death was a shock to the entire State and from all sides came expressions of sorrow and regret As Henry Wat terson expressed It Senator Bradley was sprung from a branch of that great line which gave to Ireland Its mightiest orator and he possessed many of the characteristics of that extraordinary man Certainly in persuasive powers no Kentuckian ofS his time could approach him before an audience of Kentuckians He had eloquence and humor and common sense That he became Governor and Senatorthe two most coveted gifts the people have to bestowIn a State where his party was in a woeful minority attests his genius and re sources as a party leader His fidelity to his personal associates his political following and his public duty were conspicuous and constant He lived through trying times and shone undimmed to tie last SISTERS IN CONVENTS The Sisters in our convents although they have given up manyll things including the use of their family names to follow their divine vocation are not unknown to us asserts the Catholic Columbian They have taken a new name in the sisterhood to identify themselves with it But they remain our dear daughters I Just the same They are our kin our flesh and blood the flowers of the J flock the most innocent and the most willing to make sacrifices forf Christs sake Those who attack the Sisters in our convents attack us Catholic parents Just as if they had accused the daughters who still re main in our homes All the world knows that Catholics love holy purity better than any other people on earth Official statistics prove it Dally experience shows tt The hundreds of thousands of girls and young women who are being edu cated in convent academies come into alone contact with the Sisters see their lives familiarly and know them intimately by word and deed What is the result The girls love their teachers and look up to them as visible guardian angels When they grow up get married and have dalttgktsrs of their own they are- eager to put their darlings into the sae eare of the Sisters and gtyeII them the benefit ot a training In the Christian life suck aa they tham MlVM receivd Jant that true Tant that proof of what liras the 1 l Slater lead Mdreorer pack fa th- isi1 io reputatlon of our convent schools that many Protestant and Jewish parents send their daughters to them sure that the Sisters will watch over their Innocence while teaching them those studies that a gentlewoman should go through Our convents are the abodes ofi virtue grace and peace They have Jesus in them in the Holy Eucharist He Is the bread from heaven that gives strength to the soul He is the wine that makes virgins COULD SPARE THEM Rev J S Lyons one of our local ministers delivered a bitter tirade In the Presbyterian Assembly the other day on what he termed was the pernicious activity of the Roman Catholic church in politics This is pretty good coming from one who has always been quick to air his views and opinions in the different local political campaigns and to the outside layman certainly appeared like pernicious political activity on Dr Lyons part but men of his type and Minister M P Hunt drop their pretense of Christian principles when an opportunity is given to create feeling and antagonism against the people of Catholic faith CHEER OLD GLORY In Baltimore they are making great preparations for the contennlal celebration of the Star Spangled Banner It is significant that the English led and English ruled press of our country is silent about the event They are devoting columns to the AngloAmerican peace centenary but nary a word about the other and more important affair Let all Americans bestir themselves See to It that Star Spangled Banner week beginning September 6 will be a patriotic demonstration second to none held in the United States ANY OLD EXCUSE MiOoThelike the Menace Peril American Citizen Yellow Jacket and Watsons Magazine are unanimous In declar ing that the Mexican trouble Is hatched by the Jesuits which is the preliminary excuse for their chief supporters the Junior Order not to go to the front In case of trouble but this is not surprising to the general public who know the Juniors as leading defenders of the flagIn times of peace SAFE GAMBLING The only safe way to bet and for which you will not be indicted is to wager that the reckless automobilist who murders will go scot free Before the Presbyterian Educa tional Conference in session at Kansas City the Rev T S Clyce President of Austin College at Sher man Texas branded Andrew Carnegie as an atheist who controls the educational system In the United States and declared that State institutions which say they are sorry they can not teach religion in the class rooms are slaves of the almighty dollar This Is but an otljer convincing argument for Cath olic education which teaches love for God and country and the moral life The True Voice notes that tour years ago Italy undertook to hold a great international exposition Ernesto Nathan was permitted to advertise it as an antiCatholic institution and to use it as an occa slontor making insulting speeches agaInst the venerable iFather of Christendom Catholics stayed awayI torn Rome that year and the exposition was a flat failure The managers of the San Francisco exposition c next year are Inviting a similar 1 xperience It will not be Nathans fault If they escape failure The movement Instituted by the Knights of Columbus of Kentucky the sending of missionaries into communities where Catholics are few to preach the gospel of Christ and explain the doctrines of the church has attracted widespread attention and commendation This is a greatjj work and the Knights of other Hates are being urged to follow the sample of their Kentucky brethren There is still another week of- taster time Let It not pass by without you having received the sacra lent that may prove your saving cud eternal happiness e- SINGLRWOlDlN1JOnly 19 Jel esPtot the women B tfals eottptry wertweatyoneye riage an IngleJ I DEVOTION Deep as the corals cradled In the sea I And deeper still is this strange mystery Of pure devotion which enshrines my soul And crowns thee with a thornless aureole So like the orient star thy soul arose On mystic wings of light that throbs and glows Rending the veil of darkness from mine eyes Revealing amethystine puritiesI How like the winter shall thine absence be And like a broken lute thy memory Through many holy and obsequious tears- I gaze adown the vista of dark years I saw thee last wreathed with the hellchrys Mid tapers dylng with the Jessa mines kiss A threnody now haunts the echoing past And stills to stone my soul that stands aghast 0 Christ whose blood streams through the firmament- I bend unto thy will obediently And weep beside thy tomb deaths shadowy gauze Rabboni speak and fill the aching pause Julia King SOCIETY 1 Mss Anna Mueller and Edward Aulbach will be married early In June Mrs Frank McCabe has returned from a visit to Mrs J J McCabe at Springfield Mrs Henry Sullivan of South Louisville went to Munfordvllle to spend a week Miss Margaret Giles spent the past week at Russellville as the guest of Miss Mary Ryan Dan Lyons arrived last week from Chicago to visit his mother Mrs Lyons in Clifton Miss Serena Blanford has returned from Springfield accompanied by Miss Mary Gleason whom she vis ited Miss Honor Murphy of the High lands has been entertaining as her guest Miss Mary Curry of Kansas CityMrs Anna Moore has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Edward OCon nell at Highland Park for several weeks Mr and Mrs J C Murphy of the Highlands left last week for an ex tended visit to friends in Detroit and Toronto Mrs Ellen Carey has been enter taining as guests Mrs Marjorle Carey and children of Lebanon Junction S J Kane C J Thoben and H O Sullivan all of Louisville were among last weeks arrivals In New York City I- W S Fitzgerald of Danville was here to spend several days with his daughter Mrs R L Shirley in Deer Park Miss Ruth Slack of Parkview has gone to Owensboro to spend the sum mer with her grandmother Mrs Ella Paine Slack Mrs Alma Johnson of Chicago wife of Dr Carl Johnsdn is here for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs James Of Ames Mrs D J Heffernan entertained Tuesday evening in honor of the Brunette Social Club at her home 2619 West Chestnut street Mr and Mrs J B Wathpn Jr reft Wednesday for Indianapolis to attend the automobile races and be the guests of Mr and IrsE K Shepherd Mrs Charles E Cooney and daugh ter after a visit to Mrs Cooneys parents Mr and Mrs J B Wathen Sr left Wednesday for their home in Syracuse N Y Miss Jane IRulh Reiss whose marriage to Joseph O Kraemer will take place the mitidle of June Is being quite extensively entertained at receptions and showers Mr and Mrs George J Ecker announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Catherine Genevieve Ecker to George C Murphy Their marriage will take place in July at St Josephs church Mr and Mrs Martin B Hussey I announce the engagement of their t daughter Miss May Agatha Hussey 1 to Thomas M OMeara The wedding t will be solemnized June 10 at 1 St Georges church Miss Mae Adams Lincoln gave a delightful tea Monday afternoon at the home of her parents Judge 1 Walter V Lincoln and Mrs Lincoln- In Garvln place in honor of theIsenior class of the Kentucky Home School Invitations are beingI issued an nouncing the marriage of Miss Ger trude Antoinette Veeneman daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry A Veene man to Nicholas J Hubbuch the f narlage to take place at St Johns church on Thursday morning June c 18IIMesdames Charles Thixton John hlxtoa and Harry Thixton Misses iII Mary Ellen Thixton Ruth Thixton md Efffe Thixton and Messrs Nor Bert Thixton Allison Thixton and Frank Thixton have returned from wen boro where they were called by the death of John Thlxtont tct Mr and Mrs Duke Ketteringham ntertained Sunday evening at their i brae 2618 West Walnut with a buffet nipper in honor of Mr and Mrs ThoniM P Dlgnan ft bride and Broom of the plot month Covers it i were laid for Deputy Sheriff an Mrs D J Heffernan Mr and Mrs AJ Stitzel Miss Nell Mooney Mrs Clarence SpIcer Miss Anna May Mooney and Mrs George Murphy The marriage of Miss Adelln Bertha Hurley to Frank Nadorff will take place next Tuesday morning at 1 nuptimassAdams will be bridesmaid and Edward Nadorff a cousin of the groom wilt act as best man After th ceremony there will be a weddini reception at the home of the bride s I parents Mr and Mrs Charles Hur ley of 1152 South Elghteentl street The young couple will go ti housekeeping at 322 North Elgh teenth street GRANDFATHER Since last Friday William Jf Higgins of the Kentucky Iris I American has been informing hi friends of the new honor that ha befallen him On that day hi daughterinlaw Mrs Mary Hagai Higgins of Mobile presented he husband Walter M Higgins with fine son whom the grandparent hope to soon see In Louisville HOSPITAL BENEFIT The Sts Mary and Elizabeth HOB pltal Sewing Society and the friend of that institution arranged for ia series of attractive entertainments ti0 be given at the hospital on the afternoons and evenings of Wednesda and Thursday June 3 and 4 Thes keeplnlwithinstitution There will be euchr and lotto games and also a luncheon- COMMENCEMENT Invitations are being issued by th Sisters of the Presentation Academ for the annual commenceemnt exer vises which will be held in th academy naIl Fourth and Breckln ridge on Monday morning June 15 The Presentation Academy com menceemnt is one of the most enter taming of our many educational In stltutlons and always attracts iA notable gathering CENTRAL CITY WEDDING The Very Rev James P Cronin V G pastor of St Patricks church went to Central City last Monday where he officiated at the marriage of his niece Miss Mary Curley 0 well known and popular Louisville girl and Leo Murphy Immediatel after the ceremony the bride and groom left on a honeymoon trip fc Chicago GIVEN BIG VERDICT In Judge Lincolns court the jurY awarded Joe W Simmons who wal represented by Attorney J J Kav anagh a verdict for 10375 for the loss of his left hand suffered by the breaking of a machine while In the employ of L R Veatch Co NAZARETH The annual reunion of the Alum nae Association of Nazareth Acad emy will be held at Nazareth 01 Wednesday Junel7 and will bring there many prominent women fro m this and other States The academic commenceemnt will tak place on the day following June 18 TO WINDY CITY Leo F Osterman will leave tomorrow night for Chicago where he wll1 make his headquarters as the travel Ing representative of a large manu facturing plant and although loot to see him go his many local friend wish him success and prosperity iIn rls new location OUTING AND PICNIC Thel congregation of St Patrick church Thirteenth and Market an doing great work for their allday picnic and outing to be held at Phoenix Hill Park on June 16 Many attractions will be featured and for all there will be amusement i plenty I SISTER MARY LEWIS Sister Mary Lewis of Nazareth was a visitor in Jeffersonville for a few days last week the guest of her sister Mrs A S Banks TRIP TO FATHERLAND Alderman Fred Schwenker leaves tomorrow for his steenth trip to Germany sailing from New York next Tuesday on the steamer Kaiser Wilhelm II FredI has becomo so regular in his trips to the old coun try that his friends over the Rhine look for him every year with the coming of spring- MEMORIAL SERVICES The Very Rev John S Chidwick rector of Dunwoodle Seminary New York and former chaplain of the ill fated battleship Maine has accepted the invitation of the Army and Navy Union to preach on the occasion of I the memorial services at League Islandon Sunday May 31 I eavenworth Right Rev BISHOP Johrj was WARDIyears II old last Saturday Under his administration there has been much activity and progress in the diocese I the number of churches being constantly increased FIRST MASS Mass will be celebrated for the Irst time in the new ProCathedral of St Mary Minneapolis on Pente ost Sunday May 31 the sixth anIversary of the date of the laying of the cornerstone The formal dedication of the edifice will take place n the fall ACCREDITED St Johns Cathedral High School Milwaukee has been accredited he Wisconsin State University at Madison Professors of the State University recently wade a thorough jspection of the Cathedral High School and reported most favorably grid flatteringly to the State University 1 Hoard with the result aeii sferred to bored FONTAINEt FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Xtragood Vaudeville 1 AND Free Concerts by Natiellos Band I The Big Sanitary Swim ming Pool opens June 6 g J TaylorDrug RIVERVIEWi Lwlnlllis Great Aimuemint Perk OPEN FOR THE SEASON AFTERNOON ADMISSION EREE i Free Open Air Musicals I Guzzardis Orchestra s High Class Vaudeville Singers J ofTa the Spotless Kitchen Night admission five cents children8 accompanied by parents free PHOENIX HILL PARK a i Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicgI 8SocialsOutingsT- his beautiful Park has been greatly- e Improved and is furnished with perfect- y equipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the managements of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts 3ARRY DECKER Assistant Managnr SIMPLYGHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 1150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 1501 On the Elegant Steamers Cityi of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 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 ONLY 50c KNIGHTS OF CGLIIBIIS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where i Chicago now has a St Patricks Council just instituted- A class of seventytwo became members last week at Tiffin Ohio Last Sunday big initiations were held at Bedford and Elkhart Ind A large class will be received Into tho order on June 14 at Emmets burg Neb Last Sunday a class of seventy five received the three degrees at Evansville Ind It Is expected that a class of 150 will receive the fourth degree tomor row at Indianapolis Knights from all the provinces to the number of 350 were present to MedicineeHat Canada Roxbury Cambridge and Boston Mass will have new homes having been granted permission to Incor purposenWisconsin Knights at their State convention appropriated 500 for maintaining a chaplain for Catholic boys at the Industrial School at Waukesha Preceding the Colorado State con vention at Boulder openel last Mon day there was a great initiation on Sunday when the three degrees were exemplifiedOhio will again hold their annual summer outing at Cedar Point during the week of August 23 Michigan Indiana Kentucky Penn sylvania and New York will be rep resentedAmong those who received the fourth degree at Omaha were Right Rev James A Duffy Bishop of Kearney and twenty priests from Nebraska and Iowa The honors were conferred on a class of 169 EMBER WEEK Next week vls Ember week and hence Wednesday Friday and Satur day are days of fast and abstinence This Is also the last week for cora pllance with the Easter duty which must be made by Trinity Sunday June 7 ICONGRATULATIONS United Sates Minister to Denmark now SundayIsixtytwo years old From friends all over the country and many abroad lie received messages of con gratulation WILL ENDOW ROOM The Kings Daughters Hospital at Shelbyville will have a Catholic en dowed room Miss Mary Mead and William Mead will furnish it j CHAPLAINS AT FRONT Onefourth of the quota of the 4 Catholic chaplains of the United States army is Just now on the 01 Mexican border ARCHBISHOP IRELAND On July 31 next the Most Rev- JohnRreland 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lime lUll Senate will Have Forty Men bers and louse of Come mons 14 I Ajipcul From the Courts In Ireland to House of Lords Abolished MUST MEET ONCE EACH YEAR aniIrishmembers be sent by Ireland to the House ofI Commons of the United Kingdom I The Irish Parliament may not legislate on peace nor war on any naval or military matter on foreign relations or trade with places out of Ireland coinage or legal tender or postal services and may not glvi preference or privilege on account of religious bellet- Temporary restrictions are placed on legislation concerning land pur chase old age pensions national In surance labor exchanges the royal Irish constabulary postal and other savings banks and friendly societies The executive power remains vested In the King and his representative the Lord Lieutenant While the supreme power of the Imperial Parliament remains unaffected the new Irish Parliament ih given the power to make laws for the peace and order and good gov ernment of the country The House of Commons Is given special rights In tax matters The bill specifically exempts the following matters from the authority of the Irish Parliament The crown or Its succession the making ol peace or war the navy the army or the defense of the realm treaties or foreign relations dignities or titles treason alienage or natural ration trade with any place out ol Ireland except as it affects the powers of taxation of Parliament postal services and rates coinage legal tender weights and measures trade marks copyrights and pat ents customs duties unless already levied by imperial act The rate of the Income tax may not be varied- Establishment prohibition or free religionIthouses of the Irish Parliament the following reserved services may bS transferred to Ireland after six years All public service connected with the old age pensions act serv- Ices connected with the national Insurance act services connected with the labor exchanges act services connected with Postoffice savings ranks trustee savings banks and friendly societies The direction of the Royal Irish Constabulary is arbitrarily transferred to the Irish Parliament after six years The Irish Parliament shall meet at least once a year when called by the Lord Lieutenant The latter shall give or Wlthhlod the assent of His Majesty to bills passed by Parlia mentThe forty Senators will be chosen from the four provinces and accord- Ing to the principle of proportional representation In a constituency which returns three or more members to the House of Commons the election shall also be held on the proportional principle Both Sen itors and members of the house ire chosen for five year terms Bills appropriating revenue or taxation shallnoney or Imposing originate only In the Irish House of Commons The Lord Lieutenant is authorized to recommend such legis lation to the house The Senate ray not reject any bill which deals only with taxation or appropriations of money and may not amend such a bill as to Increase any burden on the people If the two houses of Parliament fall to agree on any bill the Lord Lieutenant may convene a joint sitting of the two houses The powers privileges and immunities of members of the Irish Parliament shall be the same as hose of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom The Lord Lieutenant as the Kings repreesntatlve Is given the power to administer the various Irish departments to be established Jo will appoint Ministers to head the departments and these shall become councillors and If they servo onger than six months members of one of the houses of the Irish Parliament There shall be an Irish exchequer and an Irish consolidated fund separate from those of the United Kingdom The proceeds of taxes levied In roland will be paid into the Imperial exchequer but out of this fund there will be paid a sum which will pay for the Governmental services performed by Ireland The Irish Parliament may vary the levy ot any Imperial tax In Ireland and impose Independent taxes Itt may not change a customs duty on an article not already taxed iby he empire and may not Interfere with special taxes imposed by tho imperial Parliament Where a customs duty Is levied in me country and not fri the other or Isr levied In both countries but at llrterent rates duty shall be charged ind drawback allowed in respect of irtlcles Imported For the purposes of the financial provisions of the act there shall be Btabllshed a joint exchequer board lomposed of representatives of Irish md Imperial treasuries The judicial system of Ireland is not changed materially Upon the retirement or death of a Judge the place shall be filled by the Lord lieutenant The appeal from courts In Ireland to the House of Lords Ifl eboMahecl Appeals will he made to the King In council and to the rudicial Committee of the Privy Council I BIO LINE OP Photo Cards and Postal Booklets Etc Exclusive Designs First Communion and Confirmation Goods in Endless Variety ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 418 W JEFFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Goods MONUMENTS We have just received five CHI loads of Monuments ranging n- price from 75 00 to 20000 am which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give u a call at our warerooms 31832 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Co SO1ETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION Ik Meets at Falls City Hall on Firs and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas Tarpy t Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter CusickFinancial Secretary Joseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tlai Lyons DIVISION 2- Meets First Thursday at St Will- Iams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArrris J Cunning ramSentinelThomns Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P riceFinancial Secretary John J Hes lon Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J CallaherSentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Beets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand HallSixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J tarry Financial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far reUSentlnelM J McDermott Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentGeorge J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken- ney Second Vice President Fred ichulerv Recording Secretary John Ltarry Financial SecretaryWill Cassin TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch Marshal Joe Keane Inside SentinelWilliam Schott Outside SentinelLE Gratzer Executive Committee F G Adams George Simonis Prank Geiler W A LinkII No law made by the Irish Palia lent shall have any effect upon the privileges of the universities The King is given authority to make regulations for putting the act Into ffectThe Irish House of Commons will be made up as follows The six bar ughs 34 members Ulster counties 3 ILeinster counties BO Munste counties 30 Connaught counties 25 Dublin University 2 Under the amending bill as proposed by Premier Asquith the Ulster counties will have the right if they BoeJect to be excluded from the provisions of the bill for a period of sit ears LATEST IN STYLES A brimless Jap turban Is trimmed with a huge pompon of cabbage roses inr front Organdie vests and collars are worn with afternoon gowns as much aB with suits- Perfectly plain man tailored suits otr linen and crash will be seen this ummer White doeskin gloves long or short are the best for common wear att this season White handkerchiefs with hems Ins plain colors checks or stripes are wonderfully smart The best golf skirt has a gathered back and three plaits starting from the bend of the knee The new Jerseys and sweaters are preferred to coats by some women as they have nothing to fly open anal catch Slender women who wear topless corsets are using a corset cover hick ties on without buttons arid has io bones- CATHOLICS OP SCOTLAND in Scotland the Catholics at pre nt number about 548000 There are SU missions 424 ehurohw thirteen allgioiM kouJHM for men and fifty ulne for woenla 4nslChool MISSION Where Confirmation Was First Administered In Empire State Occupied Site on Which the Cit of Ogdcnsburg Now Stands Famous Sulpiciaii Father Vho Had Great Influence Over Indians ENGLISH SET PRICE ON HIS HEAT By James A Rooney In connection with the early history of the church in the State of New York It Is Interesting to note that the sacrament of confirmation was administered for the first time within its borders at the Mission of tho Presentation by the Right Rev Henri Mario Doubreuil do Port brland Bishop of Quebec in 1752 one hundred and sixtytwo year agoThis mission was founded by the Rev Father Francois Plcquet a famous Sulplcian missionary on June 1 1749 as noted in our Catholic chronology and It occupied the site of the present city of Ogdensburg now the episcopal see of a diocese with a Catholic population of about 100000 The cornerstone of Father Picquets modest mission chapel Is still to be seen at Ogdensburg In serted in tho wall over the door ol the city arsenal and It bears the fol lowing Inscription- In Nomine Del Omnipotent Hulc Habltatlonal Inltia Dedit Frans Piquet 1749 Father Plcquet had a remarkable career among the Indians Born in France he became a Sulpiclan and was ordained April 10 1734 and lie at once set out for Canada in the French manofwar Ruby having for its fellow passengers the Right Rev Pierre Herman Dosquet the fourth Bishop of Quebec and a young Jesuit Father Jean Pierre Aulneau do- a Touche who was afterward mur bred by the Sioux Arriving at Montreal in July he spent the first fifteen years of his missionary life among the Canadian Indians and be ame such a master of their lan guage that he surpassed their ablest orators and won large numbers of them to the faith In 1749 he volunteered to establish the Mission of the Presentation end with that as his headquarters 10 labored among the neighboring tribes for the following eleven rears He built a chapel and his missIon became Fort Presentation In it he gathered about 3000 con erted Indians and 132 of them were confirmed by Bishop Portbrland the ast French Bishop of Quebec In IT62 In the wars between the French and the English he led his Indians against the latter whom he looked upon as much the enemies of the church as of France and for six rears he accompanied them on their narches and was with them In their tattles and he was so beloved by hem and his Influence was so great hat the French Governor Duquesne said that Abbe Plcquet was as goods several regiments On the defeat of Montcalm on the plains of Abraham the English set a price upon his head and he retired to Acadia escaping thence to France by way of New Orleans There he exercised his ministry in Paris and In his native city of burg where he was nade Canon of the Cathedral which position he held until his death at the age of seventythree years Jn 1781 Copyrighted UPHOLDS LAW FOR WOMEN The Supreme Court of the United tates has sustained the right of Massachusetts to limit the hours of work for women to ten a day under the reserved police powers of the tate The theory that the Individuals right to contract could be tended to a denial of the States right to protect the health and strength of its women and children was one that avarice nourished and reason and humanity abhorred MORE 3IBAT I Although the gross area of our national forests at the beginning of 1914 is almost a million acres less for grazing purposes than at the beginning of 1914 figures Just made ublic by the Secretary of Agrl culture show that for the current ear there will be an increase of bout 38000 more cattle and horses and 347000 more sheep and goats VOTERS IN IRELAND The number of voters In Ireland this year is G98098 a decrease of 1522 as compared with 1913 Tho decrease is in the county con tituencies there being 598 more oters in the buroughs than last year The voters In occupation of qualify- Ing premises form 96 per cent of the ellectorate as against 84 per cent in England and Wales and 76 per cent inI Scotland ESCALLOPED CUCUMBERS Pare and slice thin two large cucumbers Put in baking dish tomato layers of cucumbers and cracker crumbs add salt popper and dots of butter to each layer olsten well with water Bake breequarterfl of an hour in moderately hot oven This will serve six people LETTUCE PUREE Lettuce cooked and put through a strainer to be served on toast for thinning to make a cream of lettuce 119UP or for putting into molds for no end of garnishes can be cooked ether in meat stock or water awed gently Jn the Tile secret ot itlifitlyI FRANK FEHR BREWING CO Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- s 1Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING COt INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Orcfv a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt C- 35ALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumbo Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANN t rltCOaro- LTEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers So1d at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent t CRUDER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONe 209 LOUISVILLE KY 1 IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTELCREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY OL- DFORTUNA 4 BOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH OCX INCORPORATED ISTILLERSWINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS All Ube lUteaad aew Styles and Shape am be found here at reasonable prices Jail and tee n- sBEDDINQ PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Ueleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Botk Planes 223 CENTRAL FURNITURE CO lacorpontcd No W Cer Tiki uJ Qreea Sis We farmlsh the home rem 1etwy payments WM CALLAINAN Mir SaisIi J l FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson THE 2 FAVORITES of Loalsrlllet Particalar Snekcrt TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cigar LITTLE A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an eqnalln quality end flavor Homemade UnloioBad and the bestmade for the money For isle at all dispensers of smokers TW TARPY s CO MAKJtRB SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET HERRMANN BROS nttoUlTSaatt FINE WINES AND LIQUORS DtotWert and Wkeleul Deal en ta Plat Bruda of KM tacky Wkiaklet Mpwlally Pearl of Nelson BOrXD IN BOMD tilMiiiilM M4WTNtlMC 0 t et Nrr1 UOKY IRISH AJMERICAIS 3 Thirteen Days of Classy Thoroughbred Sport at Douglas Park Beginning Saturday May 23 2500 Added Final Day Memorial Day TrialHandicapRacing Tickets of OA Highest Sale at fhrsSefiSrHuSer0 the Nolans Most Boston MagnifIcent Cafe Courses BackrowX on 332 WertJeferon street The Tyler Henry Watteron Hotel Delmar Cafe Buchemeyers Drug Store Fourth and Green Streets What the Club Plan Is And What It Means to You 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 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 tee on a 2500 purcfmso would bo 75c The membership fee on u 5000 purchase would be 150 The membership fee on greater purchases would of course be in proportion fou are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For instance on a 2500 purchase you pay 250 down in addition to the membership fee making a total of 326 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 chased at our cash priceswhether special or regularyou will 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 FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND r OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB PLAN Any further Information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer fully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor t BACON aSON INCORPORATED WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS t II +o Phone 3a 1111111 + I N1 SAIINON I1rH Iller eceeiue JQ fIfIil TIME FOR ICE TEA 1 his weekwe will give free a 12 quart French Gray Enamel Preserv ing Kettle with one poundof New Blend Tea at GOc TEA FOR ICED TEA JOlF M MARKXT MULLOY eCRiCDia f 1111 U H 1111 +++oSH +oI 11 UzzH lit1 LightingFixtures i 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 tion before having your house wired so that switches and outlets may be properly placed You will be amply repaid for a visit to our Dls play Rooms to see the various types of lighting and receive our suggestions BURDORFBRECHER CO INCORPORATED ILLUMINATING SPECIALISTS i Jefferson Street Bet Fourth and Fifth I TYPEWRITERS The Royal No 10 lathei latest most uptodate of all machines it is 5 years ahead of any other make in new ideas for saving the operators time MAKE US PROVE IT HOME PHONE CITY 367 COMB MAIN 1093Y F WELLMAN BROS CO 431 WEST JEFFERSON STREET aUtlllIlI111I111 P BANKON IB vise Pns t Tress fl 1414I 1 till L114I LAWRENCE J VEENEUAN t- StorOIrJi I P BANNON PIPE CO Sewer aat Calvert Pip- eIaaass Patent Lidded Pipe for Steatr Conduits Wall Cepintf Drava Tile Thrift BricK Fire Freefiatf Five Lifting Fire Irick Grate aura Boiler Tile Gtael Fire CUft Caiaaty Tops OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON J HOME PHONES CITY 5731786 CUMB MAIN 507 1 WORKS 1 3th and Brck and McgHolU AyBatI- H 9tk a 4 t41k i co o n I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doin the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Ladles Auxiliary now num bers 70000 members A new auxiliary has been organ Ized at Woodland Maine The National Hibernian advocates the consolidation of small and scat tered divisions Division 1 meets Tuesday night and It Is necessary that every mem ber be present- Philadelphia will be represented by thirtyone delegates at the Nor folk convention The Ancient Order has a large membership in the United States than In Ireland Recently a class of thirty young men were Initiated into the divIsIon at Greensburg Pa Pittsburgh Hibernians look ror 40000 people at their annual re union and field day The order has spread rapidly fIn Armagh Ireland and few parIshes are without a division There were 160 candidates in the last class initiated Into the Mil waukee Ladles Auxiliary Divisions everywhere throughou the country have arranged for specie observance of Memorial day Since the beginning or the yea Ladles Auxiliary 30 of PhiladelphIa has taken In forty new members Division 3 extends an Invitation tall Hibernians to attend the firs meeting in the new home Monda night Ladles Auxiliary 2 of San Francisco has made fine progress this year Its membership has more than doubledNow members are being constantly received into the division at Ontario Can where an auxiliary is being or ganizedNext Thursday night will occur the regular meeting of Division 2 The officers appeal to all the member to attend Through the western counties and Southern Ireland the Ancient Order is making marked gains in strengtl and influence The two Ladies Auxiliaries of Columbus Ohio visited St Dominic church last Sunday and received holy communion hia body The Ancient Order baseball teas in the Catholic League of Indian apolis leads in the race having won the three first games Congressman Qalllvan of Boston is tho latest member of the Ancient Order to take his seat in the Na tional House of Representatives- The National Secretary of the or der in Ireland has been vlisting the divisions throughout Ulster and rdJ ports their progress highly satis factoryTwo hundred members and many invited guests were served at the banquet with which Division 1 of Buffalo celebrated its twentyfourth anniversaryJohn has made another call for material for the history of the order Local historians can con trjbuto much that would add to the value of this great work Tho Ladles Auxiliary meeting Wednesday night will be interesting Nemerous reports will be made and communications from the national officers presented for consideration Prof Michael G Rohan Chairman of the Irish History Committee makes an everlasting Impression on all who hear his historical review of Ireland from the invasion of tho Danes down to tbe present time Rev William T McLoughlin National Director witnessed the con erring of the fourth degree on a lass of 100 at a recent meeting of division 7 of Jersey City The State md county officers were also present PRECONIZED Among the American Catholic tishops appointed by brief who were reconlzed at Mondays consistory In Rome were Monsignor Henry ilthoff nominated Bishop of Belleville 111 Monslgnor Edward Koz iwskl Auxiliary Bishop of Mil waukee the Right Rev Michael J lurley Bishop of St Augustine and the Right Rev J M Koudelka shop of Superior Wis r RIVERV1KW- Rlvervlews many Improvements gather with the warm weather of the past week have stirred the in arest of thet many patrons of that popular hesort who find here an lea spot to spent both the afternoon and evening in real comfort with a clear view of the beautiful scenery up and down the Ohio The dancing hall has already won special favor the pleasing music under the dIrec- tion of Prof Shane contributing irgely to Its popularity Another popular attraction Js the free out oor musicale every evening which can be heard by patrons of the dining 11 halt Women and children also vlsl Rlvervlew and bring their bas- ketsalongas the park has prac ically been converted into a play round and picnicking spot A teat urs of the park this year ila the onnetUOJfwlti o u w r 1 A Slater Recommend It Most Highly 3 i Kewaakum VTls August intMany of the stolen are using Pastor Koenlgt Nerve Tonic I tried ono bottle for nervouenees and Bleeplesen and noUced not alone a marked Improvement In mr sleep but felt much better since therefore recommend the Tonlo most highly to an those cflsrlns similarly 8r M Altuxxjuo Helen a McLftUfhUn et Orertr N Dak ease that Pastor Koenlea Nerve Tonlo Is certainly ssa excellent Nerve Tonic because she was badly run down from nenrousnesa and leplessns u but after taking the Tonlo her nerves became etronger and she slept wen Rev Joe Illloy of Seymour Inflt says he took Pastor KOenigs Nerve Tonto for sleeplessness of which he suffered since 14 years Since then he steeps rood and recommends the Tonlo to all needing It for that purpose FREEA Valuable Book on Ner Diseases ud Sample to IIIIYd4reu Poor pe deo ttt the cmUdn free Prepared by REV PATHM KplNlO el Fort Wayne lad daa2376 sad aow DF IDO KOENIG MED CO Cycago OL 02 W Lako Street DeeBold by Drnfflitiat Slpcrbottl 6 for SB Lar She 17B 6 Bottloi lot 9 AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorabli Events in the Catholic His tory of America By James A Rooney May 31 1823 After a six weeks Journey from Whitemarsh Md Fathers Charles Van Quicken borne S J with F J Van Assche PierreJean De Snvet P J Verhaegan J A Elet F L Verreydt F T B Smedts and J de Maillet all Jesuit novices and three lay brothers arrived at St Louis on invitation ot Bishop Du bourg and opened Indian Sem- Inary nt Florissant later taking charge of St Louis College now St Louis University June 1 1749 Founding by the ram- ous Sulplcian missionary Father Francois Plcquet of an Indian post on tho Presentation river Which afterward became the For of the Presentation from whIch originated the city of Ogdensburg N Y June 2 1861 Second ProvincIal Council convened by ArchbIshop Hughes llii St Patricks Cathedral New York attended by the Dish ops of Hartford Portland Newark Brooklyn Buffalo Boston and Albany and by the Bishops of Guadalajara and San Luis PotosI June 3 1848 Slx Sisters of Charity from Baltimore arrived In Buffalo N Y on Invitation of Blshoi John TImon C M three to take charge of St Vincents Orphan Asylum and three to take charge of the Buffalo hospital June 4 1844 Fathers Jean E Dar eau missionary to the Saulteux Indians of Northern Manitoba murdered by renegade natives when about to establish a perma nent mission at Le Pas Juno 6 18261Rule of the Oblate Sisters of Providence approved by Archbishop Marechal of Balti more founded by the Rev James Hector Nicholas Joubert do la Maurallle with Sisters Elizabeth Lange Frances Balas Mary Bou gues and Mary Teresa DuchemIn as the first members of the com munity Juno 6 1800The Right Rev Leo Raymond de Neckere C M fourth Bishop of New Orleans born In Belgium ordained at St Louis October 13 1822 conse crated May 16 1830 dedicated St Patricks church April 21 1833 died of cholera contracted while ministering to Its victims Septeuber 6 1833 Copyrighted DOUBLE HEADER TODAY Louisville and their old time ivals the Indianapolis club will meet again this afternoon In the first loubleheader of the season on account of the holiday the first game being called at 130 oclock A ingle game tomorrow will close the series Next Monday and Tuesday the Colonels w111 play Cleveland here these games being transferred on account of a conflict In dates with he American League but the other two games of the series will bo played in Cleveland these being the first of the clubs long swing away torn home not returning to Eclipse Park until June 30 To the great disappointment of the fans the show- Ing of the team on its home grounds Isi far from what was expected and despIte the Injuries to Beumlller and MoLarry the lineup was stronger than that of either Kansas City Stan or Minneapolis our catching and pitching staffs being easily best In the association while the rest of- the players from a hitting and field- Ing standpoint are second to npne he fans to a man are hearty supporters of Owner Wathen and his beral policy but do not believe the team is putting forth their best efforts through some unknown cause Councilman Thomas Dolan will introduce a resolution at the meeting of the General Council Tuesday night to pave Baseball alley with aSPhalt this being sure to meet with the popular Approval of the many ana who use tlaifc thoroughfare y t Ending Saturday June 6 I IRELAND Record of the Most Important 0 the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges J D Hayden of Balllnasloe was appointed Coroner for East by twentyone votes to GalwayI Dr Egan of Klllann The Board of Trade has granted a provisional order sanctioning the scheme of the Lurgan Council ror tho electric lighting of the town Mrs Kate Sheridan Kilnalecl died In the County Cavan Infirmar where she was under treatment ror extensive burns caused through her apron catching fire Much regret is felt throughout County Kilkenny at the death of William Deady proprietor or Jer point Mills Thomastown He was also an extensive cattle dealer and farmerAt public meeting held In the square Castlecomer a corps of the National Volunteers was formed Over 160 names were enrolled and a membership of 500 Is expected before the end of the month The Kllklshen demesne which has been the scene of many cattle drives has been sold to the Estates Commissioners by the owner Mr Studdert The land will be divide among the uneconomic holders or the district Kenmnro Guardians elected Dr Joseph Horgan medical officer of the union At the meeting of the Rural District Council Dr Randal McCai thy was elected superIntendent medical officer of health in room or Dr Mayborry resigned Tho Rev J A Heavey Prior I S O A New Ross has just been ap- poInted to succeed the late Most Rev Dr Murray Bishop of Issui Queensland Father Heavey who is a Wexford man was very popular during his sojourn in New Ross At a recent meeting of the Ballln Guardians an application was read from the local branch of the National Volunteers asking for the use of the Workhouse grounds for drill- Ing purposes On motion the application was granted unanimous The Rev Jeremiah OGorman or Patrickswell has been appointed parish priest of Manlster in succession to the late Rev Father Fitzgerald Father OGorman for a time was administrator at Bruree He served for some fifteen years in Pat rlckswell The contest In the East ward or SlIgo Borough rising from the va cnncy caused by the death of Alder man Daniel ODonnell exMayor resulted In Thomas H Fltzgerah being returned by 240 votes agaInst 157 recorded for his opponent James Collery- A farmer named Cornelius Cronin aged about sixty a native of Coom keen in the Durrus district was rround drowned in the sea at Bantry io came to the town on his way to Cork and after engaging lodgings left saying he was going for a wall round tho strand and did not return Upward of 1600 people were present at a meeting held at Keash near Ballymote for the purpose oC forming a corps of the Irish Na tional Volunteers and the proceed- Ings were of the most enthusiastic nature Rev P J OGrady presided At the close of the meeting about 500 men were enrolled In the now corps FONTAINE FERRY Beautiful summer weather and a serIes of fine attractions brought crowds of recordbreaking size to Fo itaine Ferry during tho week Just past With similar conditions In rospect the big amusement resort w1l1 doubtless be taxed to capacity ort times during the coming week eminent general that The Park leautlful appears more attractive than ever this season The vaudeville bill for next week Is composed entirely of headline attractions notably cadge Maitland whoso Come All Ye never falls to provoke riots of Righter In the openair concerts latlellos band will Introduce an tire new and varied programme Featured are several melodies of rand new song hits and scores ram new comic opera successes RECOVERING Capt William T MoAtee for ventyfivo years one of the most popular passenger conductors on the outsvllle Nashville railroad has most entirely recovered from an ness that confined him to his home 626 West Oak street for the- Ist ten days The last report was that he would soon be able to again make his regular run Capt MdAtee Isi he father of Attorney Camden R fcAtee MINISTER EGAN STRICKEN Ir Maurice Francis iEgan AmerI- C111 Minister to Denmark Was taken rloualy 111 on Monday In Washing ton Dr Egan came from Copen agen recently for a vacation and tp lecture through the South and West He was to be the ijueet of the Scan InaVlan American Society at New 1ork on May 28 All of his engage lents were eanoeled on account of IB condition III IIIIIIltlllllltIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII HERMAN STRAUS SONS g FOURTH AVENUC aVCOvPO9ATt0 MARKET STREET EMBROIDERYFOR CONFIRMATION DRESSES Beautiful Highclass 27inch Embroidery Flouncings and 22 Allover About half of this lot is handloom goods dainty baby flouncings plauen lace and batiste also fine Swiss with showy designs of Irish English and floralJ designs All direct from St Gaul Switzerland and Germany Every lot fresh and new They include the following styles suitable for chil drens confirmatioj dresses waists and costumes Values From 100 to 198 Choice Per Yard 59c Dainty Baby FlouncingAll handloom goods the finest made on the new sheer cloth hemstitched and scalloped edges 27 inches wide Worth 1 to 150 for S9c per yard Batiste and Plauen Lace Flouncing27 inches wide Worth 1 to 125 for 59c per yard Handsome Snowy Swiss FlouncingIn floral patterns Worth 1 to 198 for 59c per yard 22Inch Swiss Allover Embroidery in neat and showy designs Handsome goods Worth 1 to 198 for 59c yard We Give and Redeem ProfitSharing Certificates 1111 11111111111 US 11111 II J 1111111 I 11111 It Jf I r If CONFIRMATION SUOES All the Latest Styles to Select From PumpsSHOE EMERSONS Distinctive Styles For Discriminating Men Ex treme and SemiEnglish Effects and Conservative Styles Duchess ShoesI- n All the New Things Such as the Gaby Colonials Baby Dolland Mary Jane TO THE FAMILYVOLZ MICHAEL 336 WastIar t IIINCORPORATED REST Air N- H0tGERMAN BANK I We Are Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS 124 SOUTH FIFTH STREET BETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET Pending erection of our new building at Fifth and Market Ne Ns AWNINOSANDTENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale orient 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 130 N THIRD STt f