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WE DO FIRST Give Tills Next VOLUME XXXII NO 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 6 1914 CONSPIRICY Against Ministry Parliame- Act and Homo Rule Has Failed Peaceful Settlement Is Seen the Tories Realize Their Defeat RxtraortlinaryGrowth of Nation al Volunteers Produces Pro found Impression ASQU1TBR MASTER OF STUATI The groat conspiracy against the anMinistryhome rule bas failed The weekends in an outburst of confident jjallFaTmade rapid recovery by last Monday from their orgy of disorder of the previous week and met the House miofmood Their action in allowing the third reading for the third time the home rule bill without any tempt at further debate shows t Everybodyweeks the bill becomes the law of the land This produces an entirely new situation the difficulties of which thtonow to choose between two aqua difficult alternatives Either they will reject the amending bill and thestatute JctheiramendmoThusbeofpositiontween toeto will bo reversed for while up to thepresent the Liberals have had to do all the bidding tho Tories now must brIngsthemembarassmentsto make final surrender to the principle of homo rule by a vote for the second reading of the amending theToryf sxo yeoaceeeleatekepithktI ng v htlag wartnarmy mutinous and refusing to do its du IYandI ththequite simple First tho Irish bill boThenregImentsUlster unconditionally and If these I regiments refuse then other rog Iments will be ordered and it they again refuse then the Ministry will I accept tho challenge and go to the whettheter ern govEngland esthatmajityor to proceed Immediately to the destruc tlon of the present Tory army and the ondemocratic I peobelieve I tor I UlaOrangeght t against the army and It Is more than doubtful if even the maddest Tory ordersOConnors tho time we approach the amending bill t asaframev the er universal demand of all sane men In England that this struggle must end now and end in peace not in civil war unready a meeting by Tories and Liberals in attenHI civiland ant war Meantime the extraordinary growth of the national volunteers produced a profound Impression in England dissipating the favorite doctrine the Tories that southern Ireland ruledrivingvolunteers besides those in Ulster have to be faced it Irelands hopes are to be disappointed That move ment begun so spontaneously and Inclire regular form and the attitude of ftromworfor an enormous impetus that a few w may see a body of national vo thatUlsterAll these new forces tend to hold untilfierce the amending bill When it leaves containCarsonltewhichMinistrymust reject and they will substi- such 186tote savefacesame onessential betterhandr its cmencefinevolvesThere andhardbaritalnlngrupture frequently may seem I andev foIncludingand public opinion la England tto1 will ToniCarronethlax t rlnr PI KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN thatAsquiththe situation JOHN MULLOY DEAD yearsntsociety cles and one of Louisvilles most earlyWednesday yearshe ofasahlgbhealthforuntilDrlghtsua recoverActive bernians the Knights of Columbus and the St Vincent do Paul Society and a man who never refused an appeal for charity his death will be citySurvIvIng MrsNJohn M Jr Thomas H Austin Beranrd C and Mary C Mulloy two theSIstersMrs John J Murphy of this TMulloYfuneral was held yesterday morning was one of the largest ever wit at St Charles church Rev Raffo who was celebrant of high mass of requiem preached a whichheand his exemplary life which all ght well follow SOOIETTof spiritedmeeting a ested In the recently formed St Vin centSt washeldllondaywhen encouraging reports were re parishesThewere again read by Secretary Da witly1 that all may know how the society workIspresentwereFrancis OConnor The time the meeting was largely devoted formulating plans for the Fourthof July picnic for the benefit of the orphans Chairman Thomas Tarpy stated what had been done thus far and outlined plans for some most active work after which subcom thefollowingOhalrmenW JBoJ Ilandan 1 eamgdraBflecvetavqofithGeneralJ e inBertrandall friends of the orphans are Invited ENTERTAIN OUR CARDINALS AmerIcanCardinalspart thpre not only in religious functionsbutsofI much entertained with much com 1 luncheonsdInnersCardinalGibbonsi ular He appears even stronger than when he was there for the last con RomehasbytheCardinalr BVIBIn Rome Cardinal Farley occupies the apartment reserved for sovereigns at the Hotel Bristol so the Stars and Stripes wave over thatt structure Father Thomas G Car Inthet centeredgenarlan Mgr John Edwards who was preesnted to the Pope as the youngest priest of the Archdiocese of New York Cardinal OConnell1 staying at the Hotel do Roussle IlchaelSplain HOLY ROSARY EXERCISES The commencement exercises of heldInld evenIngf graduates are Misses Marl P Angela Huber Katherine Elizabeth OConnell and Henrietta Marie Dempf the subgraduates are Mar y KatherlKeeneyap u area are Katherine Elizabeth Myerr Thffeature UkingP follows First violins composedh Matunr r Murphy Margaret Wagner Mary E CatherhlPOConnenchestra bells Lillian Wilson har pianothe + ST JOSEPHS COLLEGE i JheJ commencementthe ex i atheirhethereforei ItIlyBRIGHT PROSPECT piTeese yealea1afthemsite th future otcthoS1in tcountry lec rtaI11rI in brUlian OeQ1iii 1FAH BOES NEW CHURCH AT PEWEE VALLEY nm DEDICATION I A Great EecleslnstlcnlEvcntlor Pewee Valley on Sunday milnRight Rev Bishop ODonaghuc- WiU Bless Father Does New ChurchII One of the Handsomest Church Edifices in the Louisville Diocese SERMON BY REV FATHER RAFFO W A5reatleBa ca even in h f diocese of Louisville will take place SundaymornIng churchjustJ ward W Boes at Pewee Valley will andImpresllveolfc church The structure designed by th well known architect C A Curtin FatherBoesf otPoweewith Bedford buffstone and Is con ceded to bo one of the handsomest IentuckyUponI ethose IrelandbeIngsurmounteddimensions The exterior ne are 90x33 feet and the is maybeg capacity of approximately 250 people The dedicatory services will begin promptly at 1030 oclock wit theRightImmediatelYi highmaspastorFather visitingclergymenRaffo of St Charles Borromeo church this city will preach the of8ttheMasstheRevwith Leo Fritsch presiding at tho organ Immediately utter the mass fhe Right Reverend Bishop will ad minister the sacrament of conflrma Ion to a class of twelve 1 At the solemn Levltical vespers in he evening at 730 oclock there Trill be a sermon and Vespers will be sung under the ectlon of Prof Anthony biota n raft with Mrs Molengraft presldt 1 ng at the organ Monday morning Juno 22 there be a solemn commemoration e dead The solemn requiem W Se sung by the Rev Father Boa I Midi the musical programme will t endered by members of the Co I ordla Singing Society of this c1 J Mrs J J Mueller presiding at the I trganAi I Every pastor has the ambition of I hNfticultre ow I ore Father Boee has reason to feel ofhIslabored long and arduously Ides his charge at Pewee Valley ti cod priest has ministered tcountrycrest accomplishment the erectl fa house Aoris1egardedUnothhig allrainedor swellas the beautiful ea nary llamp and other furnl andnbe hrfllfanklllnidlaated fly re j tPewVaUerrather 4 deared himself to his flock and with dedicliona a stand a monument to their love of God and country veriy run the station on asFourthresidents of the city who can Tatar- at almost any time they desire All1 that remains to insure a great gath ering is favorably weather RECENT DEATHS S ofDominick ofStBundayt Gray street Besides her husband she leaves two daughters and ono Wedneday1 friends W e tichomej l n In the death pffctbelr seventeen whQdlfIiI8Jl grti moth + MttewBrenGa ThlittleE hIsdeathofhisplaced The funeral was held from Intermentbeing saed over remains of Mrs Jane stJohnsl froans officiating at the high mass of The deceased was the widow of the late John McCrory for tiredepartment esteeevirtuesrm attendanceMcCrorye theirbeartfeltsympathyh Keeleylastp grief to his legion of friends and relatives throughout the city For withh 3 good nature made everyone hi His death was due to sometimej 614 South Twentieth street Sur- vivIng him are one daughter and two sons The funeral was held Moni day morning from St Chart church Rev Father Rafts t Ing the requiem mass Sunday morning death claimed Charles A Ross for many years connected with the Louisville police department and widely known as a detective Ho had been ill for four months and Just before passing away bade his family affetclonato heldIof Our Lady the Rev Father Con requfedlh m olas Warren Edward 1tifcEllio Dave Scanlon William F Bolt Pa rick Sharkey Martin Donahue George Hess and Louis Tent At the maulIIIed daughterfirof H111erlchbe rn of TheytyMrs are Bertha Lloyd Mrs Mamie Baker Misses Lilly Theresa and Car Rose of this city and Boaja Ross of St Louis FIRST OFFICIAL VISIT fleneralBB of Nazareisth are at NazareIhis State was a resent Hoonlit todthe ap agoThecharmdadntB lag delightedttei being with Martinathei andj helintheworkflloted Slater IwaJda ta travel with XO lKODIJ r tour of vWteUoM U J i INTO HOME The Hlbcmlans Now Own Splen WestaEnd Formal Dedication Will Be Con GeneraltCronin Crowded With Enthusiastic t Members at Meeting Mont lay Night I r ij t 11YEENA c L 3 911lqAX E 9pI J f ifj t rit dItwaa1nf was certainly an Inspiring sight to the writer to stand Monday willsiAI j i Portrland and watch the steady co nto r course of members coming up tho broad walk that leads from the j avenue through the beautiful lawnE and terminating at the front portals of one of the finest Hibernian clubhouses in this section of the country As member after member crossed the threshold one could see by the light of the electric globes on each side of the main entrance abroad smile of approval and en everyoneAndenthusiasm Increased as they walkedJ tastefullydecoratedJ through tho library pool room and anterooms in succession But the smiles were broadest and the thuslasm seemed to have tthe limit when they stepped Into the handsomely furnished meeting hallb The beautiful meeting room was crowded with enthusiastic to attend there the first insmany were heard to exclaim that home rule for Ireland a I home for Louisville Hfample glorIousdayPresident Maloney called the pitg with him In the invocation for the success of the members and the new home Thomas W Kllleen had the honor of being the first member to be obligated in the new home roportedfavorably propotoThe special committee on dedication of the building announced ti the Very Rev James P Cronin G County Chaplain of the or had consented to be present on the 14tand lee ceremonhebyEdwardDivision 3 State President Patr J Welsh County President Willi CODlrDJtteenot yet completed but that they peered to be able to announce the full programme by the first of thInthe building a most Imposing structure ct and its commanding local will attract the attention of all pass that way It Is not only a credit to the Went End but to entire city and for which the bernians are largely indebted to the IIndefatigable work and loyalty exNational Director George J Maloneyhomas BoyleMlam Silk A column or more could be given tQa description of the furnlshIngaconvey but slight idea of beauty which all will concede on the day of the dedication June 14 lottolatSlaws and frontlnr thebailding and WduerdayAltbttheCountYr F occupied the home and on all aid were heard words of approval a commendation of the work of th AncleOrdertttro gramme of the dedicatory exercises will be given In our next issue KNIGHTS AND LADIES The twelfth biennial convention of I ofAmerIcaI successfuld thefuurojj paid 2225000 In benefits President submittedtheirin sound financial condition with a sur troasuThere representede glrtwong ntwoWyandotteHenryRuffin StLouisCounselFred J Crowley Chijl sagoMedical CharlesEdelenAdvIserRevp Charl hisBeforesent a message to John the Irish leader In Parliament con passagetheFATHER FALLOV The IRev ThLouisvilleswill celebrate his first mass tomor terJohnsthoceivcdherconfirmedbaptizedaroRomeI after he had organized his new con estifatherI Phiagepastor of St Columbas church who will deliver the sermon at the fir WSundaytake part in the ceremonies of the mass were also members of St religiousmunion from the venerable Father JcpeplmplalnatAsylumil priestth9Rev IJdhn1 HSl1i pastfor ftths r S 1 sub lossdeaconConnor pastor of St Williams w act as master of 7 will doubtless be present a largo gathering of the relatives friends of the young priest all ea fIon1 FallonshipCATirOHC KNIGHTS EYCUR9I Interest In the excursion to Hawes vllle Cannolton and Tell City on Sunday Juno 21 under the auspi of tire Catholic Knights of throughthepoint to ono of the largest that ever left the city President Ben Kruse sibJTell City arrangements are being made for a rousing reception of the jubileeond arY ex company and the Louisville Uniform- rank in full strength It will be a gala day at Tell City The trs stationcotck to time to connect with the cars for all parts ot the city full fare will be only 165 and supply of refreshments will bIgdinner DEIIORIALoA memorial service in memory iceDepartment whohave atThoFifth avenue and Fiftieth street Preceding the services there was a parade of from 750 to 1000 firemen from Broody and Fiftyeighth street to the Cat fiatCompanyV wderere Cathedralbyfitter musical vespers Mgr Lavelle delivered an address of welco m The Rev Father Vincent De McGean chaplain of tho Fire deliveredam the IMPROVEDoz Snover no the Very Rev Father Edward Fitzgerald pastor of St Pauls pconshhowas reported slightly improved Thursday If ofHiuibehisbreakdown w theBnt ni forhIsGOING TO TEXAS It Thomas W Tarpy for yearsI prominent figure in T P A circles Texafheir as national convention to be there next week He will be a teudayILhlntadthat satAosrd 1 WE DO- PRINTING fiRST CUSS WORK Give This Office Tdmr a Next Order CENfS1IPRICE FIVE CAMDENttt A Strong Annex to the BIcCrcary Race For Uultcd States Senator Hi VainIYTrying Tide Lieut Gov ltleDermott tile LogK cal Candidate For Governor Next Year CONGRESSMAN SHERLEV BETTER A remarkable change In the race forUnitedofJohnsononesSenator Bradley and Indication to be a candidate forthe short term adthe views of the l beenoffor Beckham they otSenatorsametimehisgoodpractically means a comblna Govrrespectively and has chocked loud boasts of the Beckham ad about claiming everything In when the primary date rolls around Furthermore the latterswll aftergumshoeInga Beckham headquarters the Seelbach Hotel with Robert In charge and Is using tldalwavesetcandidacyith Senator Camden drawing thevote Gov McCreary drawing the thestrengthtotallyreof doubt andplatformallI Percy and Cripps laying aWake night despite the daily claims ofjfayotltecaJidfdateWelcomedthroughI1Ut Ainother ean6e OtJJie oeskfaof8UengthdIs4BeianBenBcedTdtB dttdhonominatIngterm and an oldline Republican like forthemany away from Beckham aSenatorgunto the candldatbthe0Vr forSenatorprospective candidate for Governor s narrowingdown GeneralGarnett onlyuseand he is now making his stand in an attempt to use his thefarmersand in addition he is sure to receive the hearty opposition of union labor because of his course in the Sand matter for which he was denounced KentuckyFederatIon Newmans prospects Is that the rThotheybedate Newman making too many mistakes to suit even his most ardent supporters GovMcDermott r ecruIrei his settleemnt of the Lexington willingness9t anyworthy a him a national figure and credit to udItor gearsreAttarNoyears att4000 annually apd Commissioner Newman four years at 2500 In ad dittos to what he has received by tot LaborInspector 1 thelabortotheseonlyreceivespresiding over the Senate r Congressman Swagar Sherley is fast recovering from his recent 111 tAwefewdaysVery little interest is being by either the Bull Moose orRepublican leaders in November and it wasnt for the position on the ballot Mr Sherley would be unopposed In November Hisprivate Secretary Joseph P Hines ofationalsession is expected home Ina few weeks to add the flnlshlnrtouqhlsr walkoverraceprimaryaCOLB8BURG WEDDING LOulavllleheldTopbeastItPaUlJttCrsstenetl lM1Iwjj hJi S QNTUOKY xxI s A1IERIOAN L KlNTU6KY IRI fl tMfiR16afj 111IPUBLISHEDEVER SATURDAY t v k4aveted to tile S eM a4 Moral Ura c aMMt t kith AaefkwM and CeINNBeaig OfieUlly ladorMd by Aaitest Ord f ofHlberatlarraI ltea IIK IIttstltat aiffCatMeUc KalfkU of AIarica T KIMTUCKY IBIBH AMERICAN MINTING COI rperate4 PuWlshMa tiWSGRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PElt YEAR SINGLE COPY e BBur 4 at tM MtarHU PMtftMlM M SjMtA4Gta flatter Idlrefs all ii thegillTVCLY Se tMF 2t West tkeea It LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 6 1914 WORDS THAT CHEER Every now and then tho Ken tucky Irish American receives words that encourage and make happy all connected with Its publication words that show that our efforts are appre ciated Here are extracts from two letters received this week tho first from a widely know priest of this diocese and tho latter from a prominent business man out In the State Hodgenvllle Ky June 1 1914 Editor Kentucky Irish American Dear Sir Enclosed find one dollar in payment of my subscription to the Kentucky Irish American for twelve months I am not a fullblooded Irishman all the same I like your paper and every Catholic whether Irish Belgian American or even German should have It In the fam ily Very sincerely Ellzabethtown Ky May 30 1914Editor Kentucky Irish AmericanDear Sir Enclosed find one dollar In payment for paper dun ing ensuing year Pardon me for not remitting sooner as the Ken tucky Irish American and I are close friends and I would feel lost without It Wishing you great success with your paper I remain your friendS HIDES PAS Tho following Is taken from the Western Recorder a local Baptist organ which ds over ready to vent Its spleen upon anything Catholic We feel assured that few of oui peoplpi jreailze the decree of sub serviency ta large number of our dally papers to Papal opinion It Is a fact and the rank and file may as well know IIt first as last that the columns of many of our secular papers are no longer open to anti Catholic views During the last few months a number of Protestant speakers have been beaten and wounded by Catholic mobs yet but little or no notice has appeared In the press dispatches of these out rages Surely it should be a matter of news and comment when In this TaVdof cupposedly free speech a speaker should be knocked down while delivering a patriotic address or lottnallodand wounded to die by the rpadslde The above Is a sample of the nar row and onesided views usually I portrayed in the Recorder the editor falling to state that the men as vaulted were exPriest Crowley and the Rev Dr Spurgeon both of un savory reputation who were assaulted not for their patriotic views as expressed our Baptist editor but for low and vile insults of our CatholicI nuns by theirt indignant relatives and friends and the ques tion arises bow long would some of the Baptist brethren stand idly by and listen to puce defamation of those near and dear by renegades looklng for easy money USES FOR UNREST The organs bf monopoly are very much exercised because the great labor organizations demand to be exempt from the operation of tho antitrust lit It is one of the agreeable delusions of monopolists that labor is only a commodity de serving to be rankedwith machinery or dry foods or other prpducts of IT mens artifice It never occurs to them that it jsI the result of active forces in sentient beings who can notfWdd to their stature9ne cubit but who have nevertheless a lively sense of their own dignity To pu- tlabbrothe same legal lane with other commoditless cerkalpyi to Thstakei policy could not be otherwise than dangerous to the pabUOswelfare Indiednft prey bQ safely said that nlnjgnthB pf he unrest in OlIn dustrial world is due to the blind nest bfthosef employers who persist in cbnBiderin p ihelr workmen as put BO many beasfa of burden to be urged on or flung aside at will It te about time that these employers were brought to a senseof their duty It Is time to make them BBderstand that they owe their wealth and power to the good will I 6f the people anagthat the people n take away what hey gave in th- etarof a hand The Manufacturers Association has waked up to this feet and now It proopBes organize unions which shall Include employer and employe It is a good move and it te a pity it was not made at aa earlier stage of the Industrial warfare It would have been the means of saving many lives and muoli property to the nation TAOH THEM A provincial and narrpv person LH aftebisdlaedby trays Thererp- y J r ji 1 i 11 are largo classes of nonCatholl who though of average Information on current topics are dreadfully narrow and prpyinclal on all thing relating to the Catholic church ilt Is a big subject but It Is the one subject they seem to havo nova thought to study as they would fox Instance a current topic like the Mexican war Their inherited traditions hazy and emotional and some times perverse they deem allsuffl cleat The Catholic makes a mis take in becoming Impatient with this attitude Uf you meet the mat who knows not teach him but much more If you meet the man who thinks ho knows and knows not teach him also But do it kindly with patience with good will with out ridicule and especially withou resentment WILL SURELY HURT Loyal American statesmen are not for upholding British inventions that would retard our progress and pros perityfA proposition sufficient clear that broad minded business men not spiritually blind can see into is the British Panama canal scheme If under the circumstances the independent control of the Panama canal is repealed as England wants our title is tampered witl and the spirit of the Monroe doc trine practically relinquished Why should either be tampered with or jeopardized The repealers should realize the dangers that threaten andi will surely follow concessions mad for England the most subtle tnemyi this country has PERSECUTIONi In the revival of persecution being made on Catholics and their churcl all over the country by vile papers reprobate preachers secret socletle and patriotic organizations theY must first of all put their trust In God Him they servo His religion they hold His church they are They must get closer to Him by n more forceful cooperation with hit grace and they must pray to HIm to give them peace Then Catholics should continue to give good ex ample and so live that the lies told by their enemies will not be believed HOPE FOR CHARM Rev M P Hunt the loca 1 preacher whose chief claim to fan is denunciation of Catholics andI who is the special pot of the Junior Order boys has received a call tQ ge to Arkansas one of our dally paper remarking that this would bo his third call away from Louisville andl which we all sincerely hope will beth charm The amount of tax assessedL against Louisville and Jefferso I county is 1024454 nearly one fourth of the amount paid by the entire State Despite this fact Louisville cuts but small figure when the Legislature meets and receives I but little recognition We congratulate tho MinneapolisI Irish Standard on the excellence of largIecertainly have cause for rejoicing as save also the Catholics of Minne apolis The British Government will not participate in the PanamaPacific ExposiUpnpt Sai Fjanciscp Another lyJdenca showing her friendship for the United States What say the hundred ye4fe peace advgcitesr- oof On Tuesday Pope Plus X was eventynine years old and Arch Ishqp John Lancaster Spalding ventyfour Upon both poured ln icssages of congratulation from allover the world SACRED HEART CHURCH Tomorrow will be ft happy day for arents and children of the Sacred Heart parish when at themaB6lnt- he morning a large class of little ones will receive their first holy communion from the hands of their astor the Rev Patrick Walsh who has devoted months to their prepara = lon for this momentous occasion luring the afternoon the Right Rev BIshop ODonaghue will make an fflclal visitation to the Sacred Heart church and administer the acrament confirmation JOIN THE NAVY Edward J McGihty and John T Clacy both of whomrealde on Rowan treat and have a wide acquaintance Bltedtatfon IfT far duty I n p 1 I FORTY YEARS Forty years I Forty years yearsFortyI trod I hard lovedandj served my God Forty yoarsrVdrty earsl At the altar I have stood Forty yearst Forty years As Mary did by holy Rood Forty years Ruby years Oh how swiftly they have flown Soon Ill reap the harvest now ReaRthe harvest J hate spwa Forth years Inyoarsl How I love upon thy chain l To count today with God alone Mybade of Joy mybeads of pain Forty years Ruby years t Grant oh Lord that they may be Forty years Ruby years Full of merit ii heaven for me Forty years Ruby years The winter rains are almost oer With God my love I hope to bo In endless bliss for evermore Rev G A Vantroostenberghe Hodgenvllle Ky May 19 1914 LeExJFreda B day from a two weeks stay In New York Mrs M Davern of Parkview had as a guest last week Mrs Wil Carrico Miss Vivian Canary has returne from a visit to Miss Sarah Hill at Lebanon Miss Adelaide Crush left last week for a ten days visit with Mrs J H Spalding in Indianapolis Miss Mary and Helen Duble popular Jeffersonville girls are 1In Cincinnati visiting friends Mrs Joseph J M Closkey has gon to New York to visit her son John McCloskey for the month of June Miss Mildred Gray Crescent Hill has been entertaining as her gues Miss Ethel Newman of Bards own Miss Ada Kavanaugh of Port land spent last week at Parkview where she visited Mrs G B Kyser Mrs Lawrence Donahue of Sout Louisville is home after a two weeks visit to relatives at Coving ton Miss Margaret Moran of Port land will spend the summer with her aunt Mrs John Clayton in Cia cinnatl Miss Amelia Best who was the guest of Mrs Charles Fitzgerald returned Wednesday to her home in New Albany Miss Frances Penn of New Albany has been spending the week hero with her grandparents Mr and Mrs John Hill The many friends of Mrs Fred T Heffernan will be sorry to learn of her illness which confined her to her home this past week Mrs William Malone and children of Lexington have been here for a visit with her parents Dr L R and Mrs Veachj In South Louisville Mrs John Malone and family of the Highlands will leave soon to spend the summer at Bay View Mich where they have a cottage Miss Roseallne Cowan of Hamilton Ohio will arrive Monday to be the guest of Miss Jeanette Dannen hold at her home on Cherokee drive One of the June weddings of much interest in Jeffersonvillo society cir cles is that of Miss Marie Davis am Homer Gibbs which takes place June 24- Misses Lillian Clegg and Marie Coggeshall and Roger Doughert have returned from West Point where they visited Mr and Mrs E G Coggeshall Miss Edith Malone left Sunday for New York and will attend the com mencement exercises at Manhattan vllle where her sister Miss Mary Malone will be a graduate Thomas Mullaney and Miss Helen GOBS were united in marriage tM first of the week Both are Well known and popular and the beat wishes of a Jeglqn of friends follow them into heir ppw life Miss Rosa M Ringloy and Frank 1 Reqn well known and popular esIdentB of New Albany were united 8traryrertormino euxiony- Mr and hire Dehnfc CHern 219 ndlana av nno Jeffersonvllle have nnounced taogpgagetgent of thelT andaccomQllshqddaughteriiss redyta well known young man pt hat city i Mrs Gus Bretz and niece Miss lllian Score went to Memphis MoM a tp atfend the closing exer 1se0 of StV Agnes Acadeniy where IIss Myrtle Score lsa pupil and Hater MaryrPus a sister of 3ir- slretzas aQelor Miss ilarle Relling who has been JsItlnKIn Lexington the guest of IIss Hlllenmeyejj has xpcejyed much octal attention there Thursday dgh tlr andLouis HUen aeyer entertained abput 150 guests ta barn dance in her onpi Adam Bischdf and bride who was Miss Julia Metcalf will be home the first of next week from the East There they have beenn spending their hibneymopn Their marriage took place tSt Pauls churcbon- W dnefiday of last week Rev Father Thomas York performing the core- cony Mr and Mrs Oe DKraft of Krein ADway Vere fat LoBls etc ftrttc r CASINO AND ORJ HfU- r THEATERS FIgSJ RUI FILMS QJUR aOXIO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses jn Louiavllc andChldrenUnder only the stand ard productionsI historic damaticand- comiccMOTHERS FOR GOODNESSSAK P J I I EA i BREAD3 Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South FURNITTJ1EEForRoom Large selection good quality and reasonable prices WM F MAYERMarket Bet Fourth and Fifth LunchYOUIT SERVES YOU RIGHTIFamous 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 of ++ 10 1 + + Jo to foot + A A V AWJ a G FRANK AOHLMANN GROCERIES FRESH MEATS ANt VEGETABLES You Can Make a Square Meal Of Our Rotind Steak Comb PktM Nits 167a Hont Pfcew City 5252 900 Franklin Street ff- Ud3 + 1 + fooJU + H H + to s+ + iJo w to + fMens- h 1 I SHOES IIf With x OSullivand rsLlge r d e Rubber Pf 1 Heels ITAlready I r Attached r crtt3 ro 3I- f Levys X Special T 350 o fry this new idea in t shoes and save the r jar of leather he- elslEVYSMd td THIRD AND MARKET L exercises of the St Louis University where Mrs Krafts brother Dr Paul F Klsfner was graduated Monday they attended the Loretto Academy commencement at Florissant whore Miss Nettle Klstner is a studen Jrhe marriage of Miss Alma Fashauer and Charles Doerhoefer took place in the parlors of Holy Crbselchurcb Tuesday evening at 8 oc1pck Rev Father Brey officiating fellas Birdie C poerhoefer and Cheater Erqwine were the attend app Awe llngreceptlon followed th9 ceremony Af the future home ot 1 tho happy couple 801 South Thirty sixth street The wedding of Miss Etta Thomas and Anthony Marion Davis will bp solemnized Wednesday evening Juno 10 iaft B oclock at St Vincent do Pans rectory The Rev Father R c Ruff will officiate The atT topdantawill be Misecs Lillian Thomas and E1l1 Davis and3lessrs WcStrJckrr and 0 Rocker Lit- tleMiss Evelyn Thomas niece ot the bride will be ring bearer Mr and Mrs Davis will leave later for a wedding trip to Chicago and Mil waukee ALL DAY OUTING i The people of St Patricks parish are busy with preparations for an allday outing to be given at Phoenix Hill Park on Tuesday June 161hlaj will be made the occasion of a genera l reunion of the members of the parish and their friends and for young and old there will be varied amusements Euchrd and lotto win be played beginning at 230 In the afternoon A bounteous dinner and s1J1ierm be served on the grounds arid all who attend are as= cured a really delightful time The patipg will be for the benefit of the rtw tchool Varid hjll that will be r Inrnt ba 1eat Mark q ettrietr s rt FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Xtragood Vaudeville AND Free Concerts by Natlellos Band rTile Big Sanitary Swimming Pool opens today Reserved seats on sale at T P Taylor Drug Co Np 3 Fourth 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RNIAN What T crff ve Been Doing the Pan Week General News Notes The division long ago disbanded at Delphi Ind is being reorgan IEedIII Rapid progress is being made with the erection of the new Hibernian Home at Portland Ore Division 1 of Portland Ore lost three members by death last week and paid out 9660 in benefits The State officers of the Ladles Auxiliary tare visiting all the divisions is San Francisco and vicinity Denver Hibernians visited Holy Ghost church last Sunday morning and in a body received holy com munion Ladles Auxiliary 7 of San Fran cisco had a great night May 20 whenan official visit was made by tho State officers Officers and visitors from all parts of the State were in Indianapolis last Sunday to witness the initiation of the nine divisions of the Ladles AuxiliaryHibernian men and women of Qulncy IlJII are making strenuous efforts for the entertainment of the 400 delegates to their State conven tion next August The Ladies Auxiliary of Portland Ore held open house Monday night As they will occupy the new Hiber nian building this may be their last affair in the meeting place that has been their headquarters for many years TWIN CITY LEAGUE The race in the Catholic Baseball League still continues to bo a close fight for first honors and this is expected to continue for a few weeks when all of the leaders will have met each other the first of these contests being tomorrow when the iBrulns and Olympics clash for the first time but the Champions have an easier task meeting the K of C team which at present is com posed of some of the old guard and peed a few games to get limbered up The Trinity team showed a big Improvement last Sunday and will meet the Shamrocks tomorrow which will be a good tryout the latter team playing the Champions close game last Sunday The fast coming Mac kin crowd will meet the Imperials and both Capt Thornton and Capt Vooraro predicting victory The standing to date Club Won Lost Pet Champions 5 1 834 Olympics 5 1 R34 I Bruins 5 1 83- 4Sbamrocks3 3 500 Trinity 2 4 333 Mackin 2 4 333 Knights Columbns 1 5 167 Imperials 1 5 167 ORPHANS PICNIC A general meeting of both men and women from all the Catholic parishes of the city has been called for Monday night June 8 at St Louis Berjtrand1 Hall to perfect arrangements tor the orphans picnic This picnic will be given July 4 on the grounds of St Vincents Orphanage In Crescent Hill Payne and Cavewood It Is urged by those who have thE picnic in charge that all wio are interested In the orphans will attend this important meeting and lend their aid to this work as the time is short and the work great This notice is an invitation to nil workers both men and women to attend hls mooting- SUCCESSFUL INITIATION Louisville Council Knights of Columbus had a most successful initiation last Sunday afternoon Iwhen the honors of Knighthood were conferred on a large class of candidates The ceremonies occupied the entire afternoon and were concluded with a most enjoyable banquet at the Louisville Hotel This will be the last initiation until fall when another large class will seek admission Louisville Council now ranks among the foremost In this country NINETYSECOND ANNUAL The ninetysecond annual com mencement of St Catherine of Sienna Academy near Springfield will take placeon the morning of epresentadve graduates are Misses Mary Alma Abell Marie Bannon Anna Mao Kearnes and Martha Thelma Moore and Commercial graduates Misses Margaret Louise Cotton Mary Hattie ThmpSonandMargarft Estello Willett Following the l slngox theirmeetingprogramme has been arranged and all members are requested to attend- to new the friendships of girlhood days and take an interest in the wel fare lOt their loved alma mater- OOVINGTOY a Lieut Jov EdwardJ McDermott passengerdepot I tWednE1sdaJbyitaJ It1COnnnfssqnersfseverat ndli18cortedtot where ho made an address at the annual outing of St Patricks church At the platform of the depot he was NewportAeriean elegant umbrella by Mrs Harry Pelzer Gbv MoDermott spoke to the large gathering at the park on Decoration day ANNUAL LAWN FETE The annual lawn fete for the benefit of Star Mary and Elizabeth givenonTuesday July 27 and 28 I PRIEST IS CALLED The Rev Father George Loeseh pastor oft Qatlollcchurch at St I Phillips Jndi a few miles west of Evansville died Tuesday wt the age I of flftypevea earsHeasmadea srieajj iit St Melnrad lad twea sardrsdby0 BIO LINE OF Photo Cards andI Postajs Booklets Etc Exclusive Designs First Communion and Con t firmation Goodwin Elid Iless Varietyi ROGERSl CHURCH GOODS CO 418iW JEEFERSON ST+ t Oldestt Kentucky Home of Church Goods GH SG AD ENi GIVES Green Trade Stamps With Family OrdcrS For ICE CRr EAMPHONES 518 AND 584 Factory 309311 S Second Street MONUMENTS n We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500to 20000 and i which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us- a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Co SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H 1Ion First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter CusickFInancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms1 Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Wlll lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C f fiord Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President John M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes sion Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel OJhomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Slith Street President John H Hennessy Vlco PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryTbomae J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomasFar rellSentinelM J McDermott ST 3bdlIM- ACKUN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings At Club- House 344 North TwentyrBljcth f Pre8ldentrrrQeorgeir Thorntoffii FIrst Vice PresldeHt John Ken- ney Second Vice jPresldent Fred Schuler Recording Secretary John R BarryFinancial Secretary Will Cassln- rrrewurer Sebaatlaa Hubbuchu T Marahal Joe Keanez InsldelSentinelnrWiniamSchptt Out ldeSentinel Iw B Gratzer i Executive CommltteWB1 G drams Georso Slmonl Prank Geller WAiLlnlcv among them being Martin Loesch and Mrs Ollie Weber both of Coy= rlngton Ky FIFTEEN SCO GRADUATE Fifteen girl graduates will receive their diplomas from the Presentation Academy Monday morning June 15 following the successful completion of their courses Bishop ODdnag hue will preside and present the dIe plomas Those who graduate are the Misses Mary lichelle Shea Adele Schnelderhahn Rosa and Mary lylorNelUe Mcllhenny Leila Traub Mary Mandlehr Josephine Burkleyf Virginia lMurp yIsabel SteidlD Alice Schehan Mary Schlnt ler Lucite tSchleman May Smith and Maud OBrlen JEFFJi180 VILLE I weekglVrferaoavlHa fire dtpartwent taking tIle place of WilltftBi Ooyle who ree pigssd after a service ot naay years i I j i INIooT OR WLVMllU 8 Lute News That Wfill Interest Members Here and Else where- Massachusetts has 140 councils a gain of two for the year The new council at Hanover Kas starts with thirtyfour members Pere Marquette Council turned but about 600 strong in tho Memorial day parade at Milwaukee When the now council was insti tuted at Salem Ore sixtyseven candidates received their first der greeThe Colorado State convention made a generous donation to tho boys band iof St Vincents Orphanage Denver Fortytwo candidates Initiated at Decatur fifty at Bedford and thirty at Elkhart mark tho activity now prevalent in Indiana The fourth degree the highest honor of Columbian Knighthood was conferred on a class of 160 last Sunday at Columbus Ohio Representatives from all parts of Kansas were in Topeka last Sunday to witness the conferring of Knight hood on seventyfive new members Archbishop Christie helped make tho organization of the council at Salem Ore memorable by the de livery of a stirring and patriotic speechWith a net gain of 2200 members the largest ever made In one year the order In Massachusetts is now enjoying tho most successful period of Its history Great preparation Is being made for the semiannual exemplification and initiation at Spokane when degreesItA F Schlnner first Bishop of Spokane will be the principal speaker CROWNED WITH SUCCESS This week tho Kentucky Knights of Columbus missionary movement scored another success at Bedford one of tho Pewee Valley missions in charge of Rev Father E W Boes where the Rev J J Devery a Paul Ist Father from New York has been CathollcslFathertures are on the most vital subjects of Catholic belief and practices They are absolutely free from all controversy being only positive statements of what the Catholic church teaches accompanied by the necessary proofs Tho question box was a prominent feature in the lectures and brought to many a bettor understanding of the Catholic religion From Sunday June 7 to Juno 14 Father Devery j will be at Eminence another mis sion attended by the Rev Father Boes The subjects of his discourses will be Mortal Sin The Confes sional The Christian Home The Lords Supper The Judgment whyISUDDEN DEATH earlyII Illinois avenue Jeffersonvllle was suddenly stricken with heart trouble and expired before medical assistance reached her For thirtyfive years Mrs Dorsey was an active worker in St Augustines church I and was widely known in Jefferson ville Besides her husband she is survived by one daughter Miss Elizabeth Dorsey and three sons William Dorsey John Dorsey and Craig Dorsey all of whom reside in Jeffersonvllle William Craig a brother of Mrs Dorsey resides at McKees Rock Pa and was notified by I wire of his sisters death Her funeral took place Tuesday Rev Father Halpln officiating at the solemnobsequies LONG ROAD TRIP The Colonels play at Columbus again this afternoon and tomorrow then jumping to Minneapolis for the first games of their Western series everyteamreturninghomethat the pitchers showed a decided manybeUevformer road performance and come home with more victories than J looses their stay at home being one of the most disastrous in many sea disappointI many defeats the fans are greatly enthused over the work of SeVeroid wholJea11 around ability IngertonOsborne lsodeSCATHOLIC FEDERATION ofthbnextThursdayCatholicWOstreet when all friends of the dele-gates will be welcome This meet interestingfrothReVFatherOscar delivera qualifiedtoperfect knowledge of the workings of Socialism in Europe and tho evils resulting therefrom Dr Peter S Ganz the president will also read an originallpaper on The Church gathoringisGRADUATING EXERCISES Graduation exercises will be held at Ursuline Academy Tuesday afternoon June 16 In St Martins Hall graduates CeciliaDlrkeldepartmentDorothy MaryHenrYand Margaret bitterer music dopartra nt + Helenal Miller 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Court Place pen Daily Until 3 pnl Saturdays Until 7 p m I D I AFTER YEARS I Memory of Might Itev Andrew Byrne Is Still Held Benediction IIIII His Early Labors In Arkansas as First Bishop of Little Hock Remains Rest in n Crypt Under Vestibule of the New Cathedral WAS BORN IN NAVAN IRELAND By James A Rooney Wednesday June 10 marks the fiftysecond anniversary of tho death of the first iBlshop of Little Rock Ark the Right Rev Andrew Byrne Trained in a long experience in missionary life under the great Bishop England he was a man of saintly bearing majestic mien and noble presence a giant in but kind and frank in manner an simplicity personified unequalle- as an orator and in his time by far the best speaker in Arkansas justt the man to conquer prejudice and win universal respect Beloved of God and man his memory Is still held in benediction- He was born In Navan Ireland December 5 1802 and studied un der the celebrated Father Eugene OReilly When eighteen years of age ho volunteered to accompany Bishop England to Charleston and he continued his studies under that great prelate who ordained him No vember 11 1827 and trained him in he work of a missionary In North and South Carolina until 1836 Then we find him in New York as pastor of St James and the Nativity and it was he who in 1843 transformed the old Carroll Hall Into St An drews church naming It for his patron saint It was then that he was selected as the first Bishop of Little Rock and with the Right iRev William Quarter first Bishop of Chicago and the Right Rev John McCloskey first Bishop of Albany and later the first American Cardinal he was consecrated by Bishop Hughes in old St Patricks Cathedral on March 10 1844 The diocese of Little Rock was established November 28 1843 comprising the State of Arkansas the Cherokee and the Choctaw nations In the then illdefined Indian Territory and parts of the Louisiana Purchase Though the country been visited by such missionaries as Bishop Dubourg Bishop Rosati and the priests of the Congregation of tho Mission from tho Barrens iIn Missouri as well as by Father Richard Bole Bishop Byrne found few priests scarce a dozen Catholic families in Little Rock and only 700 Catholics In his entire diocese He brought with him Fathers Corry of Albany and Francis ODonohoe of Troy and later he secured the services of Father Hoar and Father John OReilly also Fathers Patrick OReilly and John Bahan from Maynooth and Father Martin from All Hallows tho latter three of whom he ordained himself He purchased ground and built an frame Cathedral at Little Rock and modest structures in va rious parts of the diocese But he felt the great need of teachers and on February 6 1851 ho welcomed a band of Sisters of Mercy from Naas Ireland and installed them in his own house next to the Cathedral They were Mother M Teresa OFarrell Sisters M Agnes Green M do Sales OKeefe and M Stanis laus Farrell with eight postulants who had sailed from Ireland in the ship John OToole with 300 emi grants They opened a school which had at once thirtyfive pupils mostly noniCatholIcs Bishop Byrne then bought an abandoned Protestant church and transformed it into St Marys Academy and it was soon filled He also established a con vent of tho Sisters in Fort Smith on the border of the Indian Territory on ground that had been the headquarters of Gen Zachary Taylor dur ing the Mexican war This was destroyed by fire December 8 1875 but was rebuilt on a larger scale He also established the Sisters at Helena where he purchased the fine estate of Col Biscoe and there St Catherines Academy was opened But the war of the rebellion came and Arkansas was devastated Years of unbroken ton had undermined the Bishops rugged constitution and he was ordered to Helena for the bene fit of his health He went there in February 1862 and lived In a cot tage in the convent garden until June 10 when he expired and his body laid at rest in the convent cemetery There it remained for nineteen years and until his successor Bishop Fitzgerald bad1tremoved with befitting ceremony to a cryot under the vestibule of the new Cathedral in November 1881 Copyrighted MAKINGA RECORD vNlse Margaret MoMl boll has been employed in the Bethlehem Pa cmtofflce for ttwentyfive years 1 a Fits 4 1EpilepticNev April 1912 Koeniea Nerve Tonlo I had no more epileptic fits since the spring of 1911 and In Juno I began to work again Before that time every body was afraid to give me work be cause I had fits nearly every day In a few years but now they all want me to work for them because they know me and see how I am now The Tonic la lUre a Godsend for me and therefore cannot praise It enough Walter Heard Wonderful Grandvtew 11 1 Wash Aug 1912 I had epileptic fits every two or three weeks since 13 years of which doctors could not cure me but since I took Pas tor Ko nlgs Nerve Tonic I had no at well ao long u IatakotheTonicnTfeel In won derful Mrs J B Griffin FREEA Valuable Book an Ner Diseases IllS a Sam le to tar eddrett Poor pa alto get the medldna free- Pzaared bY Rev PAVaaa KOENIO MFwtWiTae led since 1876 tad now br the KOENIG MED CO Chicago Ill 62 W Lake StfMt BwDtrbon- SU br Unfalht 1 per bottle 6 for 5LUS eta S178t Bottleor 99 AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY TTimely Record of Some Memorable i31sd Americad By James A Rooney Juno 7 1886 The Most Rev James Gibbons Archbishop of Baltimore created Cardinal priest born In Baltimore July 23 1834 ordained June 30 IgGl consecrated August 16 1868 and appointed first VicarApostolic of North Carolina transferred to diocese or July 30 1872 promoted to the Archbishopric of Baltimore October 3 1877 June 8 1736 + Fathers JeanPIerre Aulneau de La Touche S J with twenty Frenchmen including Jean Baptiste eldest son of Pierre do Laverendrye leader of the expedi tion to find the western sea IPacltlc massacred by the Sioux on an Island in Lake of the Woods since called Massacre Island June 9 1902Death at San Fran cisco of Dr George W Woods U S N served as surgeon all through the civil war born In New Bedford Mass August 24 1838 warm friend of Father Damien and author of an exhaustive report on leprosy after a long residence at Molokai Hawaii Juno 10 1862Death of the Right Rev Andrew Byrne first Bishop of Little Rock Ark born In iNavan Ireland December 5 1802 ordained by Bishop England No vember 11 1827 pastor of old the Nativity and St tiAndrews New York consecrated by Bishop Hughes In St Patricks Cathedral with Cardinal McClos key and Bishop William Quarter March 10 1844 June 11 1865 Death of Surgeon General Wdlllam Whelan U S N after a notable service in the navy of thirtyseven years born In Philadelphia September 4 1811 educated at Mount St Marys Bmmltsburg and became a Catholic some years before his death June 12 1886 The Right Rev Timothy Corbett ordained consecrated first Bishop of Crooks town Minn May 19 1910 in St Pauls Seminary by Archbishop Ireland together with Bishop OReilly of Fargo Bishop Law ler Auxiliary of St Paul Bishop Heffron of Winona Bishop Wehrle of Bismarck and Bishop Busch of Lead June 13 1696 iWllliam Morrltt Mayor of New York reported to Gov Fletcher the as the only Catholics in the city at that time Major Anthony Brock holes William Douglass John Cooly Christine Lawrence Thomas Howardlng John Cavalier John Patte John Penny and Philip Cunningham Copyrighted PAVILION POPULAR Rlvervlew Park has attracted large crowds every afternoon and evening this week and the children find there the Ideal spot for their amusement The dancing pavilion has proven highly popular and the floor has been thronged every even Ing Schoens orchestra furnishing the very latest dance music Col Simons has been furnishing vaude ville that pleases his patrons every number being meritorious Tho Spotless Kitchen is also coming in for its share of the patronage as the music can be plainly heard there The programme for next week is an excellent one and will present several new and good attractions River view being accessible by two lines of cars It should this year score the greatest success in its history HIBERNIAN PICNIC The County Board lA 0 H has made arrangements to give the an nual picnic of the order at Phoenix Hill Park on Tuesday July 21 and County President W J Connelly has apportioned the work as follows Di vision 1 gate and tickets Division 2 refreshments Division 3 bar and checks Division 4 dancing hall The following are the General Committee of Arrangements Walton 3 Cuolak Dan OKeefe Matt J OBrien and John TrOarry ii llL 1 f Lr Ending Saturday June 6 Store latest other Imposing Richmond following IRELAND Record of the Most Important o the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Borings for coal seams are being carried out in the Ballyjamesduff districtWilliam Walshe of Ballynoe has been appointed Magistrate for the Conna district Westmeath County Council has accepted the tender for the building of a new Court House at Athlone The death is announced of Will iam Staples of Naas a prominent figure in the commercial life of Klldare The death of J Cahill of Llstowel has caused much regret throughout North Kerry and much sympathy with his young family Taking the name in religion of Sister Frances Teresa Miss Julia OHigglns of Dungarvan has been received into the Presentation Order at Castlelsland The death took place at Dally durn of Mrs OConnell mother of the Rev W J OConnell of the Cathedral Waterford She was in her eightyfourth year Father Patrick Moran has been appointed administrator of Liscanor to replace Father Fahy who has been appointed President of St Marys College Galway Mulllngarhasveyor for the Castlerahan district by the Cavan County Council There were numerous applications There are now about 600 mem bers in the Balllna Corps of the Irish Volunteers The Volunteers were granted the use of the Work house grounds for drilling purposes The death is announced at the Limerick Convent of Mercy of Sla ter Ita Miss Rita Connolly She was a native of the county and a relative of Rev S J Connolly St JohnsRev James Craddock of St Nich olas church Galway has been ap pointed to Oughterard Rev P Da vis the popular President of St Marys College succeeds Father CraddockJohn AhascraghBalllnasloo he still makes himself useful about the place Thomas Jackson 106 and Mrs Dowling 104 also live in the district The Most Rev Dr Higgins Aux iliary Bishop of Tuam has conse CaherlistraneJ Roche of Philadelphia a native of the parish On returning to the meetings of the Coleralne Guardians and Rural MissEdith bytheJames Doran of Newry who was carting stones from Sheepsbrldge theRatltfrilandconditionWindsor Hill Hospital throughoutthe oftheFatherCarrIdenUfled ofthemeetinghim FONTAINE FERRY sanitaryswimming opentowhere In the world is there a swim ming pool of such large dimensions sanlI ItIsmanagementtoseason to women and children patrons Everything that can add to their comfort and safety and make bathing more enjoyable will be thatMarketthe street cars are running through Inconveniencethere takIngdipForns at the parks vaudeville show Manager Harry Bilger offers a big abannerand his band will provide another and varied programme for the free concerts REMOVAL I The Rogers Church Goods Com pany now located on Jefferson street has secured a long lease on the building at 129 South Fourth street and will move there July 1- This will give the company enlarged quarters and increased facilities for Its growing business and handling everything In the church goods line- EXPIRES IN JULY On July 7 next will expire the time limit given by the French Government In their law of July 1904 Which prohibits any religious cpri regatlon from teaching In France Whether contemplative or active all the womans comtnualtles in France ar expected to be rtithieesip- Ii oived I ii41 3- n Catholic Knights Excursion TO Hawesville Cannelton and Tell City ON SUNDAY JUNE 14 1914 Train Leaves Union Station Tenth and Broadway at 745 am Returning Leves Hawesville at 815 p m ROUND TRIP FARE agc HERMAN STRAUS s 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