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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a WE DO FIRST Give This Next VOLUME XXXII NO 23 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 13 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS SENATORS Itace Shows New Aspect Accord ing to Many Good Author tics Ernst and Bullitt a Strong Re publican Combination ForbSenatorial Honors Progressives Will Confer Favor on Community in the Selec tion of Fox MANY MOURN JACK SHEA The events of the past week from a political standpoint showed that Gov McCreary had offset a lot o criticism In the insurance rating case by materially assisting in the arbitration proceedings which terminated in the joint statemen- paying the Governor quite a compliment in the matter and It Is safe to say has secured him additionalI support in his race for the Demo cratic nomination for United States SenatorAnother feature of this race t the surprising strength being developed by Congressman Stanley out In the State reliable authorities I stating his gain in the country districts Is remarkable and which must be given credence when it is taken Into account that the Beckham forces have begun to get busy in the cities which vote heretofore they Kbackersclaiming that he did not need the cities on account of his stranglehold on the farmers vote whom they claimed would support Beckham for any office and on any old platform That there must be some truth iin the above report IB shown right here- In Louisville by the attempt to or ganize a ward and precinct organization and overtures being made to HaleyIgnoredThe Republicans have effected a strong combination in the Senatorial race by preparing to nominate thlonge t t1ecandidacymaterially injure the chances of the Bull Moose party who tare no such timber 1n thetr ranks and will be forced to fall back on Burton Vance and Wood Axton for their choices and these two will not be able to even make a showing outside the city of Louisville where the Pro gressive party is still strong not be principlesbutY sorehead politicians from the Demo cratic and Republican parties The chief strength lies In the motle crew of fanatics and ignoramuse- gathered in its ranks who are not Progressives because of the high sounding principles of the party as stated so beautifully and regularly by the Herald editor but simply be cause of prejudice which is proven by the fact that the Bull Moos ticket in the last election was com posed of members of the Junior Or der to the extent of 80 per cent an while the Progressive party is dying fast throughout the rest of the State and country It will be a factor In Louisville this town containing ia preponderance of dupes and fanatics who are successors of those of the Bloody Monday days Joseph P Hines Congressma- Sherleys private secretary returne- Thursday d noon from Washington and will assist in arranging the red tape necessary to Mr Sherleys en trance into the August primary iin which he will have no opposition The Congressman is rapidly recov ering from his recent sick spell and will leave the next day or two for Canada to spend his summer vac Lion not returning to Louisville until near the end of the summer t prepare for the fall campaign appears that the wishes of a great many will be regarded in the choos- Ing Mr Sherleys opponent and as predicted and hoped in these col Imps recently H I Fox the former candidate will be selected as the proverbial lamb which is indeed gratifying when It is taken into con sideration that he wilt have to run on his own merits not tacked onto the Roosevelt kite and the resuI will forever put a quietus to all that buncombe from the Herald another Progressive authorities about the man that gave Sherley such a close race In the passing of Jack Shea the Democratic party in Louisville lost a valuable asset and worker while the present leaders lost a friend and associate that was tried and true staunch and loyal to them In all situations through victory or defeat which Its Indeed rare In politics and the thought of these virtues will always remain as a pleasant memory of Honest Jack Shea KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN completeford Knights of St John which will be h eld In Cincinnati during the we beginning June 21 Col Paul Milli ea CharlAes of the prize drill of commanderles s companies and regiments of the tballTLadiesIto have fine drill teams in the co tests The military committee andlbeJli 1 t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN badges From present this drill will have a large of contestants for the prizes occaIIover the country The and from the grounds on that sion will be an impressive and also the twilight parade Besides the marching prize drillers and commanderies each carriage con taining the ladles of the auxiliaries will bo guarded by an escort of Sir Knights on horseback with lances and accoutered much as the Knights spiritualthe Second district of Ohio will e honored by position on the reviewing stand in the great twilight parade This stand will be constructed in front of St Peters Cathedral Thursday evening June 26 the big military ball will be given and arrangements have been completed with the Alms Hotel for It to bo held there DIPLOMAS AT ST XAVIKUS Next Tuesday evening St Xavlers College will hold its commencement exercises in the college hall when the largest class in the history of this justly famed institution will bo graduated and receive their Stfreputation the foremost educational institutions prot gramme very carefully prepared and will delight the stu dents and friends of the college Those who will receive diplomas ar Messrs Andrew J Besendorf Emil A Besten William L iBohan Morris ThomaaDIscher Francis P Donahue Robert T Donnelly William M Duane El more J Eckerle John J Eraslme Charles D Finegan William E Funk Francis U Gohmann Law rence J Homing William G Hard man Jacob C Hoff Harry A Kampfmueller Harry J King Francis iR Klumb Herman G ruse Jerome W Larger Bernard Lilly Thomas J Madden Georg- B Mandlehr Louis W Mohlen kamp John C Murphy Carl J Nlcoulln Edward J OConnor William G OToole Chester A Receveur Thomas M Rodman Sylvester L Schulte Paul J Sprunck Edward J Tracy Edward P Tracy HONORS POPES RETURN Metropolitan press cablegrams e bring news that the Catholic church celebrated with fervor the centennial of the return to Rome of PlusVUthe rope who suffered a the hands of the great Napoleon al most as much as did his predeces sor Plus VI who died in exile 1800 Plus VII had the satisfaction thet f after regarded that event as a triumph for the church It is recalled that when the exiled Popeji arrived in Rome over the Vi Flamlnla he was met at the a del Popolo by a large concourse otI the faithful among whom on the steps of the Church of Santa Morin I was a nobleman twentytwo years oI age who knelt making the sign of1 Jmpartead d great emotion the tears running down his cheeks The young mn was Count Giovanni Maria Mastal i Ferretti who fortyone years later sat In the chair of Peter as Plus IX Count Ludovlco Pecci the eldest nephew of Leo XIII has recalled another Interesting incident In a dbox erected for the occasion a pious enthusiastic noblewoman was kneeling on the passage of Plus VII with two little boys who byi stretching oub their arms could have touched the carriage of the I Pontiff with their fingers The woman was the Countess Anna agedd I younge- aged five called by the diminutive Nino or Gloacchino sixtyfour years afterward became Leo XIII ORPHAN PICNIC Bertrand Hall was well filled ya ther arrangements for the Fourth of SIt QU Orphanage- Reports showed that interest In the new organization was growing and I t olre ported the progress they were oak lag and to some additions were made It was especially gratifying to seethe large number of ladles presentt from whom were received assur possibleofacceptsdd o an- a d number of ladles volunteered to be her assistants A feature this year will be the dairy luncheon over which a number of well known ladles will preside Much e thusiasm prevailed and another large attendance Is looked for at the meeting Monday night in Ber trand Hall SACRED HEART ACADEMY j Much interest attaches to the commencement exercises to be held at the Sacred Heart Academy Crescent 11111 next Wednesday afternoon The Sacred Heart Academy is in charge of the Ursullne Sisters arid its reputation as an institution for the education of girls and young thiIs mont programme is a meritorious one in all Its features and reflects high credit on the academy and the Ursullne Sisters The young ladles tillhesees e Ruth jr Schilling Margaret C Bon btadelfoIne as L BlauL nary T Blaul and Cla ra Gertrude OCotnrtll I r 1 6ni i GETS IN JAIL I WildEyed Fanatic Makes Ills I Appearance In Grant CountyetI Preacher William Roberts Dis gusts the Good People of Williamstown Stirs Up a Muss Causes n Fight Is Arrested and Fined EARMARKS OF AN ANARCHISTS One of our subscribers residing at Corinth sends the clippings from the Grant County News which are self explanatory In the news column of followingwhichthere is a sense of justice William Roberts an itinerant preacher of no particular faith but eCatholics insane hatred against all was arrested Tuesday afternoon charged with disorderly Judgse Gray who imposed a tine of 21 He was taken to the County Jail where he continued his abusive tirade until his wind partially gave out Roberts talked or preached to small crowds on the street all day Monday and Tuesday and be came very abusive but was no molested until he annoyed several ladles in town by going to their homes and upon finding that their thee same as his began to abuse them It is said that several people offered to get up a subscription to pay his tine and secure his release but he requested them not to do so as he Intended to bring suit against th town when he had served his time Roberts appears to be a fanatic of the first degree and there Is every evidence that lie is not wholly of sound mind He bears all the ear marks of an T W W or even an anarchist He claims to be working in the interest of some secret or ganization which has no lodge i Roberttsays his home Is in Shelbyvllle but that he formerlly lived in Winches streetnhe assailed all Catholics with spite agnlnstfthemthat i the extreme declared that President Wilson was a Catholic and made a nuisance of himself in general Countay Imparts this hot shot to Roberts who is nothing else than a trouble pubI A loudmouthed windjammer with very limited education and les common sense talked In declamatory style to whoever would listen Dlondnyndefaming a religious creed with a vltuperativeness which showed him to be a fanatic of the first water and a dangerous man to be abroad on the streets or to mingle with decent people Any man who assails the religious beliefs of his fellowman whether they coincide with his own particular views or not displays his Ignorance and an ignoramus can kick up more fuss and fury In a minute than a dozen wise men can quell In a month That so few people paid any attention to the dis jointed ravings of the creature who set himself up to be a revised edi wasra credit to our citizenship The afore mentioned insect would be better employed as a rock breaker than as a teacher Referring to Roberts perform ances a prominent clergyman one who would uphold the law and repu tation of the State pertinently asks How would the language of thisjj week sound in the ears of LaFayette LaGrasse Rochambeau Kosciusko RVoulsd these defamers of manhood and womanhood be allowed to speak thus In the presence of Phil Sheri dan Rosecrans Buell Shields or the gallanb Sixtyninth of New Yor Irish and Catholic to a man who during the dark days of our civil strife shed the last drop of their blood in defense of the flag they had sworn to serve If Catholic lecturers would take the platform and insult Protestant women in tire same way no police force In the land could protect them from the deserved vengeance of an outraged Protestant manhood TOIrIONnStephen E Keely and daughter Miss Regina have been visiting fin London this past week being located nt the Imperial Hotel In Russell Square They have just finished a tour of Ireland and after several days stay in London will leave for SwltzerIlanftl s andlotherteresting stories concerning the depredations of the suffragettes iin London having been there Sunday when the attempted raids were made upon two Catholic churches ALUMNAE ENTERTAINED Tuesday evening the Holy IRosary Alumnae entertained In honor of the graduating close of 1914 at Holy pennantsofithewere artistically distributed about the recreation hall Thole pren t o U 1 Were iMesdames Frank Parsons J W Slack D Dougherty Leo Kearns Joseph Dugan of Panama Misses DemptKatherinenessy Alary Myer Mary Rose Kelly ORelUyEmmaMary Ross Katherine Morthorst Ida Mae Smith Nellie OtSullivan Lor ta Tlghe Agnes McDonald Cecil Morthdrst Agnes Smith Mary Ross field Mary Smith Agnes McDon MargueritePhalon freshments were served i WORKERS Were First Sisters of 3Mercy Who Came From Ireland I Arrived at St Johns Newfound land satyr tnblishod COI ent of Sister Joseph Nugent Was First to Be Professed in America1 CONDUCT SPLENDID INSTITUTION I t r By JnnieA Rooney Though the first Sisters of Mercy thte mother house in Dublin arrived i New York In 1846 there was another band of the same order who pre ceded them and the destination of these other Sisters was St Johns Newfoundland They came at the Invitation of the Right Rev Dr Fleming 0 S F the Vicar Apos designede a foundation of the Asters of Mercy With that in view he sept Miss Cree don n native of his vicariate to Ireland where she made her noviti ate under the foundress the Rev Mother McCauleyJ In preparation for the work she wap to take up In lie native land I nThese founders of a new conven Diei Ursula Frayne Frances Creedon ah Rose Lynch They sailed from Ireland on board lie ship Sir Walter Scott in May 1842 and arrived atii St Johns on June 16 as noted in our CatholJa 1IVi1 logy their xfel low passengers being five priests and three candidates for the Sisters o the Presentation who had been al ready established In Newfoundland- On their arrival they were wel cdmed at the Convent of the Presentation being later housed in th Bishops residence where they re mained for six months until their convent near the Cathedral was firstsschool on May 1 the next year an it prospered from the beginning as the population was mostly Catholic The following year Mother Ursula and Sister Rose were recalled to Irel- andl and the responsibilities of the foundation rested on Mother Cree don shared by Sister Joseph Nugent who made her vows March 25 1843 being the first Slater of Mercy to be professed in America Besides be Ins an accomplished musician she was a tine classical scholar and well1 founded In French and Italian litera tureIn the conflagration that laid St Johns in ashes June 9 184C the Presentation Convent was and the Sisters were given a home fin the Convent of Mercy where theewere guests for the following tlv years In 1857 the Sisters of Mercy moved into a new and commodious stone convent built for them b nowIputlng their works of mercy in a Catholic population of about 50000 Copyrighted HISTORIC ST CATHERINES The ninetysecond annual com Ckwill take place on the morning of June 16 Many persons from this and other States are expected to at tend A reunion of the alumnae will be held on the day of the co mencement This year the alumnae meeting will be held immediately following the closing exercises of the school and an attractive pro gramme has been arranged for the occasion A feature of the meeting will be an elaborate banquet a which toasts will be responded tdby prominent women from this an other States From St have gone forth Dominican Sister- who are now conducting schools an academics almost throughout the country It stands today one of Kentuckys most cher- Ished institutions ALL DAY OUTING An all day outing for the banal of St Patricks now school will be given at Phoenix Hill Park next Tuesday and there will be pelnty of amusements for young and old fin cluding a euchre and lotto at 230 In the afternoon Dinner and sup per will be served on the grounds bye the ladles of the parish and they preparing a bill of fare to suit t appetite of all The people of St Patricks congregation Naves reputa flea for hospitality and their gather fags are always marked by a saner good feeling emblematic of one hi happy family J Admission teD cent and children f 4 GAR Veterans itcmcmbcr and Do Honor Over Graves of Heroic Sisters Answer to Present Day Bigots Who Malign Nuns anti I Convents Old Soldiers Indignantly Itcim- diate Baseless Charges Against Them BRAVED THE DANGERS OF WAR One of the most disreputable campaignofmalicious attack on convents and Sisters Women whose lives are devoted to sacrifice from religious motives are made the objects of most vicious calumnies Just in how far they are a menace to American Institutions scurrilous sheets saybutbeen represented as prisons fromc escapeThatpeople is being affected by this cam surprisingbuta who have learned to respect the Sisters have been impelled to rally theAbaseless Insinuations against them malignthethe Cincinnati Enquirer gave an account will indignantly repudiate followingInthe Sisters of Charitys Mother House and Academy on Mt St Jo seph several miles above DeIhl are the graves of Sister Anthony the famous war nurse and thirteen of her comrades who braved the dan gers of war to administer to e sick and the dying during the strug SouthrUntil two years ago the NoyesMc antnual pilgrimage to the spot to honer dbut memory of the heroic women when several of the old soldiers died from the effects of the climb up the long hill to the cemetery it was decided to shift the office to younger shoulders Yesterday the Sisters stationed lieut quets of roses and twentyeight small American flags from the mem bers of the post to be used in decor ating the graves Young women te the cemetery singing patriotic songs scattering flowers over all the mounds in the cemetery and placed one of the flags at the head and the gravesdwhile the Sisters conducted a brief service of prayer Five of the nurses who accom panied Sister Anthony when she chartered a steamboat half a century ago went down the Ohio and1 Mississippi rivers to the battle fields are living at the St Joseph Mother House but each has passed her ninetieth year and they were unable to be present to honor tliel departed comrades in the cemetery They are Sister Theodocia Sister Beatrice Sister Ambrosia Slate Benedicta and Sister Veronica d1CENEbANIiURBUCH theMiss Gertrude Veeneman the ac complished and pretty daughter of VeeaemanYJ Hubbuch who fis sodaBl and business circles which will takdplace at St Johns church Clay an Walnut on Thursday morning Jun 18 at 830 oclock Rev George W Schuhmann D D will perform the marriage ceremony dnd be the celebrant of the solemn Levitical1 high mass assisted by the Rev H J Rotheut as deacon and Rev Linus Braun O F if as subdeacon 3tle- Lecilia Fritsch will be the maid o honor and J Joseph Hubbuc- brother of the groom and iVeeneman brother of the bride wR will be the attendants Following the church ceremony a wedding break omf the brides parents 952 Edward street In the afternoon the newly wedded couple will leave for a short trip East and upon their return will1 be at home at 962 Edward street Many and hearty good wishes will happdY DO1HEliTYa receiveed William Brown Doherty had been appointed an Interne at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary one of the largest Institutions of the kind in the United States There was m nuitfrqm versities of the country competed Before going toNew York the young physician spent a year in the Louisville City Hospital His friend- here are much elated over his SUI CeH CONCERThe I The Rev Martin OConnor the indefatigable and hard working Waster of fit Michaels church one b orry of his ordination to the priesthood on Monday June 28 Ja honor of 1 n the occasion the choir and members of the congregation are arranging beheldchurch iri which they will be assisted by many of the leading sing hasdonetakingchargemany improvements to the churc thebigproceeds of the concert will go for rectoryTheMANY GREET YOUNG PRIEST whichWeroboyhoodssociateschurcht Sundaymorning FatherJohnhisblessingmassTheimpressive neverltering ordealassisting priestsallRevJohnFattieFallonandpowerful sermon in which he dwel dignityhappIness andmother the tseealtsandmostblessed hasnotchurchFatherThehappyCatherineFallonmanycongratulations momentous IRELAND PROSPEROUS Ulster is not rresoundingtoexJudgeNewYorkLondonaftertouxthroughanddaughtersdeparture OnrlensaidtoKlllarneo IsawlakesthenceI iBantry Bay Otherwise without exception NewEnglando weregoing noe1 n visitedIrelandpeople are better seemmorc berno a volunteera manymenpublic thing between Nottnt otherlinton with the same standards of teepee wouldfindme a striving to promote the countrys good BOOSTER BANQUET ColumbiaAthletic StCatherinenightEveryt toInviteresentative gathering A rep d 1mehu will be served and several1 well known numberto entertain the guests present This club youngrmen been very successful but Itshandsome arrmembership l durIngclubhouseanhereof the city have an ideal place ta leisuretimeSACRED HEART CHURCH thd EdwnreDillon a well known carpenter and popular member of Mackln Council led to the altar Miss Elizabeth Phil 1IIPa daughter of Thomas G PhilIllips 1614 West Madison street Rev Patrick Walsh performed the mar aos1 emnized wIth a nuptial high mna The attendants were Miss Frances hWelsh Followih S a wedding breakfast and reception at the home of the bride where friends and relatives showered the worthy couple with congratulations TRIPLE BENEDICTION 1The feast of Corpus Christi will be celebrated at St Louis Bertrand- church tomorrow with solemn high mass at 1030 oclock procession of the children of the parish and the men and boys of the Holy Name Society the service ending with a triple benediction being given at the thr main altar Tomorrow is also the regular communion day of the Hal Name Society when it is expects- over 600 men and boys will receive holy communion in a body at the 730 oclock mass 1ST CHARLES IJQRROMEO firmet church of which the Rev Charles P Raffo is the beloved pastor a WillhavetheirInoon at 3 oclock the Right Bishop ODonaghue will visit Charles and administer the sacra preparations willhthe parish c IR WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CUSS WMK Give Thin Office Yonr Next Order II LIBERALS Will Stand Pat and Therefore lIttlehSafe General Election Until Plural Voters Bill Has peen Unnoted ire Irish Leaders Have Signified Vols unteer Movement 4s IRELAND IS WILD WITH JOY Whitsuntide has not been thetusually holidaycablesfromLondonover whelming shadow of the terrible disaster in the St Lawrence river grief beinguniversalofLiverpool asthemostpopulaxLiverpoolIrishof Intensity Inthepromptitude of subscriptionsThis vacation politicalactivityGeorges fighting onthei aremmensely defInitetheGovernmentgeneralelection tbecontrarandwidespread LiberalsIlosing the plural voters bill on which the heart of the Liberals is inounmistakable l Parliament comes a thing of the past Home theTorieslasthopeortheas bytheof electionPolitical thettl1homeover the country outside of Ulster twith popularahamlet had Its bonfires processions speechesUlster pressed all demonstrations In obedi Irlshleaders outbreak helI1edto andd1Carsons blustering speeches aro Interpreted as really meant to insAsquith and Redmond He has now no alternative between accepting such an amending bill as Asquith and Redmond will offer or taking ethe tragic and indeed Impossible position of raising a rebellion Car knows that with the home rule bhill now safe Asquiths hands are dtree anyaGeorges last pronouncement re moves tho final hope of Carson that Asquith can be bullied Into any weakness such as a general election 1 But the most momentous devel opment of Whitsuntide In Ireland is the new departure of the National ist volunteer movement Without any official announcement or offi clal action the Irish leaders have signified their approval of the move theCrlshof volunteers This final approval removed the last obstacle to the spread of the movement as unques Redmoadasleadership held back many thou sands until his attitude was known lest the movement should In any way embarass him and his colleagues whose statesmanship had so splendidly vindicated Itself position final blessing of the volunteer movement has given it an extraord thous now ranks politics British as well as Irish now are confronted with another and most formidable factor in the solo flea of the Irish problem It is significant of the spirit of this new factor that the Nationalists now demand vehemently the withdrawal of the proclamation against the thisdmeasure originally was Intended against Orangemen CONDITION NOW CRITICALr The Rev Father Louis C Ohlevpastor of St Martins church Shelby and Gray streets has been very ill at the rectory for the past three weeks suffering from a severe at hehasHis friends throughout the city and tovlevel3t and feared that he has suffered the loseI of his voice iFather Ohle lsa widely4 known priest and inquiries as to hlfi condition are being eon Ustl rg pelved at th rectory 7t r an n t KENTUOKY LJSH AMFiLtYOAIii KNTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflN PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY utrefed is the Social Bad Moral Advaaceeaeaeat ei Irish Aaerlc s and CttUlks Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order o Hlberalans Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America itINTUCKY IRI8H AMERICAN PRINTING CO I n or tcd Puhllhf SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Ie BoUrcd t U UollTlIU PutiMIc M SadCI fUtUr AtJre ell Ceatasatatlou U the KINTUCKY IWSH AMERICAN J1J2I West Qnt St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 13 1914 ENEMY OP LABOR Vincent St John the Nation SecretaryTreasurer of the Industrial Workers of the World in testifying s before tho Industrial Relations Commission made the statement that the object of the I W W is to get control of Industry and that to accomplish this the end Justifies tho means and thus any method that might be effective would 1be employed The destruction of property and Injuring and destroyIng human life would be resorted to should such action be advantageous to the workers The statement coming from an official of an or ganization with a membership of nearly 14000 Is perhaps tho first time that violence against hums life has been openly declared in the strife between capital and labor Tho adherents of this theory are not merely advocating violence but work upon the mistaken prIncIple that economic and political action are ineffective and hopeless ThIs public declaration shows the fInal attitude of these extremists The honest workman need have no more doubts as to their philosophy He knows that violence In the face of all principles of Justice and Christianity can not be a defense of the labor movement but must necessarily lead to its enslavement The I W Ws work only havoc and ruin and therefore trades unionists and loyal workingmen should shun thIs Impotent and dangerous organIza- tion as their worst enemy DESERVES SUPPORT The seventh annual number of Our Colored Missions a publicatloi n devoted to the propagation of the faith among the colored people or the United States has been received and a perusal of Its pages reveals much new and Interesting readIng matter a great deal of which per- taIns to the Southern States It iIs issued by the Catholic Board for mission work among the colored people the leaders in which are the veteran Father John E Burke Rev Denis J Dustin and Rev David J Mountain With their limited re sources they have done phenomena work in the establishment of mIssIon churches and schools and their so ciety deserves generous support CRISIS PASSED Now that the Southern Baptists In session at Nashville Tenn and the Southern Presbyterians In ses slon at Kansas City have vIewed with alarm the progress of the Catholic church in America and resoluted courageously if not truth fully against it we can go our way In peace says Father Gannon In the Trus Voice It did look rathe threatening for a while but the crisis has passed until the crackers come together again to be alarmed and to adopt ringIng reso lutions They are liable to scare themselves into fits at any time HAVE ONE DAY ONLY fThe Southern Messenger has little sympathy with the periodical efforts of those goodygoody people who would prohibit games and other In nocent amusement on Sunday and deprive men and women who ors busy all tho rest of the week ot opportunities for mental and bodily recreation on the one day when they can profit by them Religious duties should come first of course but the prohibition of things not evil in realrspirit of Christianity and is calcu lated to make religion hateful In the sight of many A striking example of the amusement and recreation afforded by a right ob tfervance of Sunday Is furnished by our Twin City Baseball League twhich provides entertaInment for thousands and keeps many from associations that might prove dan gerousIMPORTANT MOVEMENT A movement of the greatest im portance in our age and time is go ing successfully forward among the Catholic workingmen of Great Britain This is the leavening ot the trades unions with the Christian spirit an antidote to the Socialism which Is 10 rapidly growing and causing violation of all principle in the relation of master and men The Catholic trades unionists do not rep main apart from other organizations very CathOliC trades unionist is a jnembr of his awn particular trado unIon lint when matters involving principle in tie religious or moral Z order come along he is a Catholic trades unionist first and by hIs confederation ho can make hId power felt in tho councils of hIs order All this was explained by the Archbishop of Birmingham when he addressed a mass meeting of thi Catholic workers of that IndustrIal center about to form a powerfu new unit of the Catholic trades unionists The federation is now spread throughout the biggest In- dustrIal districts of the country covering the cotton operatives of Lancasshlre the Industrial workers of Birminghams many manufactures and the miners of the northern counties LEST YOU FORGET Herman F Lochner the lawye cited to appear in Judge Field court was disbarred from the practice of law for tampering with ia Jury in the Common Pleas Court IIs none other than the State Councl Secretary of the Junior Order our local A P A organization and was also a leading worker in the Pro- gressIve organization in the last election IRELAND PEACEFUL All reports from Ireland agre that the country is absolutely quIet and there is no excitement such as was predicted would follow the passage of the home rule bill by the House of Commons Parliamentary sessions will be resumed Monday and the home rule bill probably wil come up In the House of Lords for reading and amendment about Jun 22 v FOR COUNTRYS GOOD The MENACE has proven such ia PERIL to the nations peace tha some AMERICAN CITIZEN who be lleves in the JEFFERSONIAN doc- trIne of equal rights should come along in the guise o a CRUSADER and place these disturbing editors in a YELLOW straight JACKET The evils of our lax divorce laws are now generally recognized The Presbyterian assembly at ChIcago went on record as favoring a unl form national divorce law There IIs little likelihood of such a law beini passed Meanwhile the Presbyterians might do something to diminish the evil by refusing to lend the sanction of their organIzation to the marriage of divorced persons But that would be expecting too much from them These are glorious days for the children Everywhere the little ones are receiving their first holy communIonreceivIng the body and blood of our Divine Lord What a blessed privilege God grant that the day ever may remain a bright spot in their memory Every year some 30000 Protestants become converts to the Catholic church in this country But not one of them goes out to lecture among us on the wickedness of Protestantism We would not listen to him if he did In Catholic schools academies colleges and universities everywhere throughout tho country there were appropriate exercises and a patriotic observance of Memorial day LAID TO REST John H Shea beloved husband ot Irene Maxwell Shea was called to his eternal reward early last Friday morning Few men In Louisville had a wider acquaintance and allover the city the sad news was re ceived with expressions of deep sorrow and regret Mr Shea had been 111 for some time but it was not thought his end was so near As a young man he made friends among all classes and the number Increased with his years In private and public affairs he was an earnest worker his services as Secretary of the Democratic Committee being especially notable While the remains lay at the family home there was a stream of callers night and day to pay their tribute and extend sympathy to the bereaved wife and relatives The funeral was held Monday morning from St Briglds church Rev Father Jansen officIat- Ing at the solemn obsequies when along cortege accompanied the remains to St Louis cemetery MACKIN COUNCIL Because of the extremely hot weather the meeting of MackIn ouncll was made very short Monday night The lcou twhlch- has been enlarged and put In splen I dId condition is being used by many and Is proving very popular Com I ilttees are doing earnest work and i sport that the coming sunset ex ursloti will be the heat Maekin has jver given I r n SOCIETY I y eiIIlIJMWIIItQQ John F Oetken is in Decatu Ala this week on a business trip Mrs J Mr Wentzell left last week for a visit to friends in Chicago Mrs Caroline Otto has been visit- Ing Mrs William Wind at Preston Miss MJ Flannagan has been spendIng the week In New York City Miss Kathleen Hanley visited 1 In Lancaster the guest of Miss MInnIe Brown H W Cleary and W Galvin were registered in New York City tho past week Miss Essie Everln was last week the guest of her sister Mrs Pass Cochran at Long Run Mrs J T ONeal and family hat moved to their Country home at Pewee Valley for the summer Miss Bessie Egan of New Alban left Monday for Washington to visit her aunt Mrs James Slogan Mrs Thomas Mooney visited iin Columbus Ind last week the guest of her sister Mrs L J Weiser Mrs J J Groff of New Orleans Is here for a visit with her sister Miss Minnie Murray in Clifton Mrs George NorrIs has returne from a visit to her sister Mrs Robert Greenwell at New Haven Mary Rose Roister has returnee from a visit to her relatives Mr and Mrs J L Bummer at New Castle Hon George B Barrett and Lui- S Cunlffe left this morning to witness the running of the Latonli Derby Miss Josephine Kast and brother Val Kast visited In Parkview last week the guests of Mr and Mrs C Kast Miss Katherine DrIscoll of tho book department of the New York Store Is spending her vacation iIn the East- Dr and Mrs Mich Casper West Broadway have been entertalnln Mrs Curtis Clark and son Lewis of Tell City Mrs Charles Renfro Crescent Hill is home from a visit to her mother Mrs W M OHare at Rose claire 111 Mrs Bernard Asman and daughter Miss Julianna lAsman let Wednesday to spend the weeken at Loretto Mr and Mrs Emmet Hayes and children have returned from ia weeks visit to Mrs Mary Hayes at Hodgenvllle J Murray of Latonla was here for a weekend visit to his sisters Mrs J Groff and Miss Minnie Mur ray In Clifton Joseph P HInes Congressman Sherleys private secretary returned Thursday from Washington to spew the summer at home Mr and Mrs Charles Renfro Crescent Hill had as their guest for the week Mr and Mrs J R B Ren fro of Memphis Mrs John Gorman of Southern Heights entertained last week for Irs1 Coughlin Mrs M Shucl and Miss B Campion Mr and Mrs Thomas M Barry of Beechmont entertained with sup per Tuesday evening in honor of S A Leek of fit Louis The Misses Helen Mary Elizabetl and Frances Malone of the High lands are home to spend the sum mer with their parents Mrs Margaret Donohue and Mrs R Bowie and little daughter Mar garet of Oakdale left Monday tc spend ten days visiting in Mark land Ind Mr and Mrs Theodore Moritz ot New Albany announce the engagement of their daughter Mis Adelaide L Moritz to Francis L Ucbllon Their marriage will be solemnized the latter part of this month Miss Marian Dunigan daughter of Mr and Mrs Stephen Dunigan for merly of this city will graduate from the All Saints High School of Hammond Ind tomorrow evening tho exercises being held in All Saints church Mrs Anna Heuermann announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Anna Heuermann to John J Filburn The marriage ceremony will be solemnized with a nuptial mass at St Peters church on Wednesday Juno 24 Mrs Hugh Finegan and little son James Richard will leave Monday for Springfield to be present at the St Catherines Academy commence ment exercIses Mrs Finegans daughter Miss Agnes Finegan Is a pupil at St Catherines of Sienna The marriage of Miss Mary Frances Finley and William A Potts Jr will take place Tuesday evening at the rectory of St Charles church Rev Charles P Ratio per- formIng the ceremony Miss Finley Is the daughter of Mrs Margaret Finley and Is quite well known in society circles The groom Is one of the prominent young residents of Flsherville The marriage of Mlse May Agatha Hussey and Thomas M OMeara was solemnized with a nuptial mass at St Georges church Wednesday morning the Rev Father Weiss per- formIng the ceremony The attend ant were Miss Sara Urquhart and Messrs Eugene ftohn George Brown allgroomall epnboft 1 0- 0rY t Mr and Mrs John Swift of 1441 South Sixth street announce th6 marriage of their daughter Della Cecilia Swift to Joseph M McDermott the ceremony taking place at St Williams church Tuesday morn- Ing Rev Father George M Connor officiating After tho ceremony nnd a reception at the brides home the happy couple left for Atlantic CIty and other Eastern points and w1l1 return to Indianapolis to make their future home QUITE A FAMILY Mrs Llzzetta M Gerst of 2206 West Main street was given a sur- prIse party Tuesday evening in honor of her seventysixth bIrthday by her children relatives and close friends An elegant luncheon was served and vocal and instrumental music were features of the evenIng As an indication of the longevity of the Gerst family it was noted that the total age of six of tho youngest present amounted to 456 years Those preesnt were Mesdames l I Baurman A Gerst Mary Gersl Mary Reiling E Wernke L H Brusselfaach and C Gressman Misses Franclska Gerst Clara Gerst Augusta B Gerst Edna L Wernk and Marjorie Gerst Messrs Frank A Gerst IrvIn Wernke Paul Wernke and Louis H Brusselbach I IGOLDEN WEDDING Last Monday Mr and Mrs M J Walsh of 304 Baxter avenue celebrated the golden anniversary sot their marriage which took plac fifty years ago at the Cathedral the Rev Father Hugh Brady now chaplain at St Josephs Infirmary performing the ceremony Thoug the aged couple desired a quiet observance their children grandchildren nephews and nieces continued to arrive during the afternoon and evening until there was a large fam tty gathering to help them celebrate the happy event CEDAR GROVE Closing exercises of the scholastic year at Cedar Grove Academy conducted by tho Sisters of Loretto were held yesterday afternoon A large and enthusiastic gathering of graduates and friends of Mt St Benedicts enjoyed the perfect rendI- tion of the difficult and classics programme Every number gave ev- Idence of the excellence of the train ing Imparted In this famed educa tlonal Institution which has sent forth many who havo attained prom hence in the social and busIness life of Kentucky I IIIUERT VISITING PARENTS The Rev Father Fellclan Sand ford ordained last year and sine stationed at the Church of the Snore Heart FarmIngton N M Is horn for a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Henry Sandford 1433 High land avenue and the FrancIscan fathers at St Boniface Monastery Father Fellclan returned to offlciati at the marriage of his brother Jo seph Sandford and Miss Ann BIrkel daughter of Mrs L Blrkel of 2340 Cedar street which wll take place at St Anthonys church on the morning of June 23 LAWN FETE The ladles and gentlemen of the Church of Our Lady In Portlan announce an oldtime lawn fete on tho grounds adjoining the church on the evenings of June 17 and 18 to which they invite their friends from all over the city Nothing will be left undone to make this fete one that will embrace all the features of bygone days as well as those of tho present which insures an evening of rare pleasure The Portland stree car line runs to the grounds ever few minutes WILL ADDRESS CLUB Attorney J J Kavanagh has been invited to address the members of tho Columbia Athletic Club next Monday evening at their clubhouse 612 East St CatherIne street the occasion being a mem- bershIp banquet which will be served upon the spacious lawn sur- roundIng the club President Ber B Beckman will preside as toast master WILL REPEAT SHOW The reecnt minstrel show given at St Charles Hall Twentyseventl and Chestnut when many wen unable to gain admission will be repeated Monday night the proceeds to be for the benefit of St Charles church The young men who formed the minstrel company made a big hit and to be called upon to epeat the performance is looked upon as quite a compliment A number of new songs and Jokes will be introduced and the former ex cellent progrnmmerepeated HEADS LIBRARY BOARD Dr WB Doherty of this city was elected Chairman of the Kentucky State Library Commission at the annual meeting of the board in rankfort on Tuesday Mrs George lournoy of Paducah who has been head of the commission since Its organization nominated Dr Doherty and his election was unanimous CONFIRMATION During the high moss at St nthonys church tomorrow morning the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue rill administer the sacrament of onflrmation to a class of eighty children and six adults The ceremony will be beautifully Impresalve nnd for the occasion there will be a specIal musical programme FRANKFORT The society event of the week In rankfort was the marriage of Miss Ahlerlwhichherd Rev Fattier J A Flynitper arming the coremony and celebrat- Ing the nuptial mass The bride and groom are both popular and the hurch was thronged with relatives nd friends who showered them with onsratulations Following the redding breakfast and reception the lantiy roupla left en th lrboney- mooB trip A 1 RIVERVIELwlivillis Great Anwjemint Perk OPEN FOR THE SEASON AFTERNOON ADMISSION EREE Free Open Air Musical Guzzardis Orchestra High Class Vaudeville Singer Mr Diefenbach is again in charge of the Spotless Kitchen Night admission five cents children I accompanied by parents free FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Xtragood VaudevilleA- ND Free Concerts by Natiellos Band The Big Sanitary Swimming Pool opens today Reserved seats on sale at T P Taylor Drug Co No3 Fourth near Walnut PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicF I SocialsOutings This beautiful Park has been greatly Improved and Is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies acid parties should consult the managczaen of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts HARRY DECKER Assistant Manager S 75c to Cincinnati 100 For the Round Trip ON STEAMERS City of Louisville City of Cincinnat Every Saturday at 5 P M 50c Meet the Boat Trip Every Sunday at 9 A M KNUiffiS OF COLUMBUSt S Lute News That Will Interes Members Here and Else where Seventy received the major degre last week at Oneonta N Y Tomorrow there will be a big In Itlatlon at Oklahoma City Okla Hanover Kas has its council In stituted with thirtytwo members Twentyfive received the second and third last week at St Marys Kas The new council at Hot Springs Ark starts with sixty charter members Denver Knights will play a benefi baseball game for the Good Shepherd Homo Green Bay Knights have added fiftythree new members to tin orderLast Sunday another large clan was received Into the order at ToledoThe Knights of Zanesvllle Ohio ire planning the erection of ia 100000 club house There was an Imposing parade at Watertown N Y when over 101 took the fourth degree Preceding the Iowa State cone n tlon at Burlington eightythree can- dIdates received the third degree lAt Manchester N tH the Knighti are making elaborate preparation for Flag day They will make a great showing In the parade and wit keep open house all day In celebration of their tenth an- nIversary the Knights of Leaven worth Kan and tho Daughters or Isabella received holy communion li a body at the Cathedral and conferred the second and third degrees upon more than fifty candidates IINVITED TO NIAGARA The Kentucky Irish American has receIved from the Very Rev M A rennan C M and the faculty of NIagara University an invitation to- be present at the commencement exercises of that grand old Institution next Tuesday but regrets its ability to attend The exercises Incident to his commencement began on May 24 and have been largely attended and full of Interest Priests graduated from Niagara University rank verg high in nearly every diocese of the country HAPPILY WEDDED Clarence Bowling and Miss Agnes parks were united In marriage on hursday of last week In St Vln cents church at New Hope the Rev ather Shea performing the ceremony The happy couple left im- medIately for a honeymoon trip to- Stt Louis and a visit to the brides otherTuesday morning a pretty wedding was solemnized In St Catherines ihurch at New Haven when Alfred Vathen of Bardstown led to the altar Miss Theresa Clssell one of Nelson countys fairest daughters Rev Father Hogarty performed the ceremony and was celebrant of the nuptial sass- VACATION WITH RELATIVES The Rev Seraphlne Scblang pastor of St Anthonys church Twen ytblrd and Market streets will spend part of July visiting relatives at his home In Albany N Y FEMALES LIVE LONGEST According to statistics the death rate among females Is In every case Catholic Knights 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WINES AL KLOLB AGhII 323 West Green Street LIQUOHS CIGARS tt- IISt rtsIIIIIIIJI llllllttllllttllllllltllltlelt SAVES THE RUB THE EASY CLEAN EASY V WAY 1 SlrrjpIyStir the Clothes Ten iUnutes N QoS OP1 I LOUISVILLEI SOAP COMPANY INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Ytt roar boys as dneatton that wW friar tkrat for 1ff- IST XAVIERS COLLEQfc- lia I W Xroaawajr onlrrlll JCy Conducted br the Xavertaa Brother CU lcJ Scleatlflo and Bulneir CeuriM Preparatory Department Large swtmmIng Pool Well Bqulpp 4 Qymnn Mao T nM Xcrfmta Bro Jams Dtr HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers 4510 sr e XWWorw Teigheweiif I CB THOMPSON 1 FLORISTlerONIT ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH AVBNTJX Both Tetphaa 1080- i All orders receive prompt attentloi std satisfaction guaranteed QuicK Meal Gas Ranges Are Excellent Most Excellent Specially adapted for the economical ale of natural gas GEHER CQSON 215 W Market Near Second e PLEAD FOR UNITY The Chicago Irish Fellowship Club celebrated the passage of the Irish home rule bill Saturday the meeting being the last the club will hold this season The speakers were Gov Edward P Dunne William E Mason Quln OBrien Roger C Sullivan James McShane and Samuel Alschulor In modern history I know of no more interesting intellectual an de moral struggle than that of th Irish people for local selfgovern ment said Gov Dunne ttty sym pathy goes out to any people suf fering from misgovernment And my congratulations go out to any people who are escaping from this government I congratulate the democracies of Great Britain and Ireland that they have reached an understanding I care not If that understanding falls to meet th approval of the privileged class i the mass of the Irish people and the satlsItiedII that this government may alleviate this long racial feud and bring and prosperity to the Irish and peaceII i lish peoples In conclusion suggest to the now assenting and the protesting and dissatisfied Car sonltes that the poetic advice of the great Irish poet Thomas Moore Is as good today as It was a century ago Erin my silent tears shall never cease Erin my languid smile neer shall Increase till like the rainbows light by various tints unite to form a heavens light one arch of peace In his address Quln OBrien said It is one of the paradoxes of his tory that the fighting race whose graves have pillowed the worlds battlefields of liberty should have accomplished their own victory for selfgovernment by peaceable parliamentary means There Is no crisis to come in Ulster The Ulster movement is only a party threat got ten up by the Tory party for political reasons FEAST OF LOVE On Friday June 19 will be sol emnly celebrated the feast of the Divine and Sacred Heart of Jesus the feast of the love of God for humanity MEDICAL CLUB PRESIDENT Dr Peter S Ganz one of our leading physicians and whp has been prominently identified with the Jef ferson County Federation has been elected President of the Louisville Medial Club which is an organization of members of the medical pro fession in this city INTO COZY HOME Capt George Fitzpatrick and fam ily who for years have resided on West Market street have moved into their new and cozy home 715 South Thirtyfifth street The Cap tain is one of the oldtime members of the local fire department NOVENA ENDS TODAY StIchurch for the past nine days will come to a solemn close this morning the feast day of the great saint All the services were largely attended and at each a relic of St Anthony was exposed TEFFERSONVILLE The Columbia Club of Jeffer sonvlllo a social and athletic or menIelected the following officers for the ensuing year William E Cole President John OHern Vice Presi dent Charles Newell Secretary John Schnatter Treasurer Joseph E Reidinger James iF ONeil and William F Rapp Directors for one year ST MICHAELS Tomorrow morning at St Michaels church Brook street be1 twentYItwoI first holy communion fffcm the hands of their pastor the Rev Father Martin OConnor Father I OConnor will be the celebrant of the high mass at 730 oclock at which a special musical programme I will be rendered by an augmented choir I CLOSING EXERCISES The closing exercises of St Augustines school will take place next Friday evening at the school hall Thirteenth and Broadway at 8 oclock the programme consisting of songs recitations and music by the little colored children and the pro gramme Is sure to be a treat CHARITIES CONFERENCE Two committees of the National Conference of Catholic Charities to be held at the Catholic University I in Washington next September have announced their programmes They are the committees on sick and defectives and on social I Each will hold two activitiesII sided over by Dr Lawrence Flick and Dr John A Ryan and Mrs II Thomas Burns The discussions will be participated in by the num bers of men and women recognized proIfesslonalI EDISONSLOANEI I The marriage of Miss Madeline Edison daughter of Thomas A Edison the Inventor of West Orange N J and John Sloane son of Dr and Mrs T OConor Sloane of Montrose avenue will take place on Wednesday afternoon June 17 at the home of the brideelects par ents The Right Rev Monsignor F Mooney President of Seton Hall College South Orange will off elate Whena young man Dr Sloane was a professor at Seton Han ENJOYS IMPROVED DEALTIII The Popes health was BO Im proved that he was able to stand during the recent fatiguing con II sistory ceremonies and afterward received the ten new Cardinals and several others Including Cardinal OHjbons of Baltimore Cardinal l n SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter Cusick Financial Secretary Joseph Far rellMeasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tim Lyons DIVISION 2II Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Sullivanf T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentlnelTbomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes sion Jr- TreasurerD J Doughert- ySergeantatArms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Henncssy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArms Thomas Far rellSentlnelM J McDermott Y M x MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentGeorge J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken neySecond Vice President Fred SchulorRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial Secretary Will Cassin Treasurer Sebastian HubbuchI Marshal Joe Keane Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive CommitteeF Q Ad ams George Simonis Frank Geiler W A Link Farley of New York and Cardinal OConnell of Boston Though the Pontiff celebrated his seventyninth birthday last week ho Is healthier and feels stronger than two years ago ItKCKXT DEATHS The funeral of Thomas Kiley son of Johanna and the late John Kiley was held Thursday morning from St Patricks church For some years the deceased had been a res ident of Newport and the news of his death there Monday night came as a great shock to his relatives and friends The funeral of Martin J Needham for many years a resident of the West End was held Monday morning from St Cecilias church For a long time he had been 111 of Brights disease at his home 211 High street and the end was not unexpected Surviving him are his wife Mrs Annie Needham and three daughters The funeral of Mrs Margaret McCue aged seventyfive years churchII j was a native of Ireland and came to this country with her husband I the late Michael McCue Surviving her are two sons Sergeant Martin McCue of the police department and Dennis McCue and a daughter Mrs T Swift Heartfelt sympathy is extended to Mr and Mrs John F Oertel and family on the death of their daugh ter Miss Catherine Oertel aged twentytwo years Her funeral was held Saturday morning solemn re quiem mass being celebrated at St Josephs church Though an invalid for many years Miss Oertel pos sessed qualities that endeared her j to her many friends who now mourn her death Seldom does the word of death come with more appalling shock than when the many friends of Mrs Clara Cummings beloved wife of Sam B Cummings 822 South Fifth I street learned that she had passed to her eternal reward Her funeral took place Monday morning from St Louis Bertrands That her sweet unselfish soul Is already with the good God whom she served so devoutly all her days must be the belief of those who knew and loved her IDr John H Thieman Jr thirty old died Tuesday night at folI culosis Twelve years ago he was graduated from the University of Louisville and among his profes sional and other friends his standing was very high Surviving him are his father John H Thieman Sr and one sister the wife of Dr R E Sullivan The funeral was held Friday morning from Sacred Heart church Rev Father Walsh celebrat Ing the solemn requiem mass- IIAR8IAWSoJ England has over 22000 barmaids of which onehalf are between the ages of eighteen and twenty five IREIJEVES TOOTHACHE To relieve toothache rub baking tileln FATHER RAPPS FIRST MASS Rev John J Kapp Just ordained by Bishop Chartrand at St Melnrads In Indiana celebrated his first mass last Sunday in St Pauls church at Troy Ind in the presence of his parents and many friends and rela tives The sermon was preached by the Very Rev Dr Gregory Bech told O S B rector of St Meinrads Seminary Father Rapp was born In this city and Is the son of John and Barbara Rapp now residents of Troy He Is a nephew of Henry Schwelters of this city As a boy Father Rapp attended St Vincent de Pauls and St Martins school and for three years was a student at St Josephs College at Columbus Ohio Returning to Louisville he took a college business course and until he began his studies for the priesthood in 1906 he was employed as bookkeeper with the Scanlon Coal Company Father Rapp will be Indianapolisdiocese dioceseKILLED RESOLUTION The resolution Introduced in Di vision 4 A O H to increase the monthly dues and the amount of sick and death benefits was defeated by an overwhelming majority at a meeting of that body last Monday evening In answer to the argu ment that It was to keep pace with the high cost of living it was stated that the proposed increase would be a direct injustice to the men that had been members for the past twentyfive years and their earning power Is not as high now as In the past consequently an increase In dues would cause many of them to drop their membership and lose the benefits of their long service as workers and helpers In the order In answer to tho suggestion thatyoung men be admitted at cheaper rates Jerry Hallihan one of the old guard brought down the house by stating that they were In a better position to pay than the old men Capt Fergus Kennedy and Thomas Higgins were still reported on the sick list by the Visiting Committee PENITENTIARY OFFENSE Councilman M J McDermott father of the segregation ordinance who when not occupied in disposing of weighty matters for municipal good devotes his spare time to act Ing In the capacity of assistant sex ton at the Dominican church is busy preparing an ordinance making it a penitentiary offense to purloin a city fathers hatr Last Sunday while pursuing his weekly occupa tion of chucking the supposedly devout ones under the chin with his collection box his hat disappeared from the sextons office right under the noses of Col John Score John Hennessy and Tom Lynch who were busy discussing batting averages in the American League and these three added insult to Injury by offer ing the Councilman a boys little red cap to wear home it having been left after Sundayschool but he bravely faced his halfmile walk home in the blazing midday sun and says he believes that Old Sol is a good hair topic as there are now three hairs on top when there was only one before PLAYLET St Williams Dramatic Club will present Madame De Charnys Beauty Parlor a play In three acts written by one of the members of the club on the evenings of June 15 and 16 Also a drill fantasy will be given by pupils of St Williams school The members of the club are Misses Ruth Bronger Sallie Berne Mary Blerne Mary Hollen kamp Oussle Hollenkamp Anna May Mclntlre Florence Brennan I Anna King Margaret Mooney Dolly Fllburn Agnes Kelly Julia King Katie Monahan and Messrs Clifford Bronger and John Llsh CHAPLAIN BROPHY RETURNS Father Edward F Brophy chap lain of the famous Seventh regiment of calvary whose term of service will expire on August 31 next has theIarmy Washington Father Brophy will be relieved of duty as chaplain of the Seventh regiment which will remain in the Philippines by Chap lain Thomas Livingston Congrega tlonallst now with the Twenty third Infantry on the Mexican bor der Father Brophy has been in the service since February 1911 and is a native of and was appointed from New York and all of his service has been with Custers old regiment ANOTHER CONVERT The Rev J K McDowell B A until recently Vicar of Barrington England has Just been received into the Catholic church at the Church of Our Lady and the English Martyrs Cambridge by the Very Rev Monsignor JJarnes Mr McDowell was educated at Trinity College TheologicalIpool THEY SAIL NEXT WEEK The Most Rev Archbishop Glen non of St Louis and the Right Rev Bishop Conaty of Los Angeles are now on their way to New York from where they sail next week for their ad llmlna visit to the Holy Father Before returning both will vliit Ireland SUPERIOR GENERAL Rev Brother Athanaslus Superior General or tho Brothers of St Francis arrived last week in Cin cinnati from the headquarters of the order In Lewisberg Achen Ger many for an Inspection of the va rious houses of the community in the United States SUMMER SCHOOL The Spring Bank Catholic Summer School Oconomowoc Lake WIs will open June 15 Each year since Its first oepnlng there has been an Increased attendance i I RESTORING MISSIONS The Knights of Columbus of Call fornia have outlined plans for the restoration of be Historic old mift FRANK FEHR BREWING CO Brewers and Bottlers i LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO0 sINCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horns 76717672 Cumb Wist 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TIIE WIEDEMANNS1WORP- ORATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent set ORUBER a DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E PRAMS WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL 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first payment For Instance on a 2600 purchase you pay 250 down In addition to the membership fee making a total of 325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance In small weekly or monthly payments 4 When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are purchased at our cash priceswhether special or regular you wll 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 CAUPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND 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 I RACON a SONe INCORPORATED WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS II t+H II III I 3COMPOUNDDEPOSITS Habit INTEREST Start a Savings Account next payday tend save regularly for some definite purpose You will lie surprised to see how fast your account will grow You cnn start with 10O or more und add to same when convenient GERMAN INSURANCE BANK MARKET STREET BET SECOND AND THIRD I Sixty Years on Guard State Government Supervision H H HHIMHMII 11 ++ H++oC +oCItZI1o looll oJooHo i1 NOTICE TO PATRONS THE JOHN M MULLOY TEA AND COFFE BUSINESS Will be continued under the direction of MR MULLOYS SONS The same courteous and painstaking service as well as the choicest COFFEES and TEAS which have characterized the growth of the firm in the past will be assured all our patrons I f U n 11 1111 + M J i Mgr o 11111IIIIIIIISIIIIIII r ++++ JJtlll LightingFixtures j Probably add more to the appearance and comfort of the home any other 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 to our Dis play Rooms to see the various types of lighting and receive our suggestions BURDORFBRECHER CO INCORPORATED ILLUMINATING SPECIALISTS Jefferson Street Fourth and Fifth- lli4111111111111111111ISIIIIIIIII +1 TYPEWRITERS The Royal NofS the latest most uptodate ofall machines it is5 years ahead of any other make in newideas for saving the operators l time MAKE US PROVE IT HOME PHONE CITY 367 CUMB MAIN 1O93Y WELLMAN BROS CO 431 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Ia PrN BANNUN t than item visit Bet 111111111111111 IIIII P BAHNOH JR vice Pus Virus LAWRENCE I VEENEMAN Secretary P BANNON PIPE CO Sewer and Culvert Pip- eBaasas Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Candsits Wall Cepinrf Drain Tilt Yitrlie Brick Fire Freeflarf Flae Lining Fire BricK Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops a OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY 5731716 CUMB MAIN SOT W ItUt3tkctBckMtlAv tt9tk tad lOtfa j j HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pat WeekGeneral- News Notes Indianapolis will send three dele gates to the national convention Dont forget the annual reunion and picnic July 21 at Phoenix Hill ParkA new division i has been organized In Brooklyn with fifty charter mem bers San Francisco has a Martha Wash ington division of the Ladles AuxiliaryThe Rifles of San Francisco are preparing to secure new equipmentLast a class of fifty was Initiated Into the order at Bridge port Conn The Ladles Auxiliary will Initiate a large class next Wednesday evening at Falls City Hall Many States are making extensive preparations for the conventions to be held during the month of August ExState President George Butler Is putting in some mighty good licks for Division 3s new home Our State and county officers should see that Kentucky has full representation at the Norfolk con ventlon Division 4 had the largest at tendance of the year at their meet Ing Monday evening in spite of the weather The proceeds of the County Board will bo given to charity so every member should put his the wheel Slloulderto Sioux City creditable celebration in honor of the anniversary of Thomas Moore the great Irish poet From Division 1 of Pittsburgh t was recruited the McCullough Guards at the outbreak of the civil war only few returning Kentucky Hibernians who ca should arrange to spend their vaca tion at Norfolk during the week of the national convention All Hibernians and their friend- are invited to be present at the dedication of tine new home of Division 3 tomorrow afternoon The Ladles Auxiliary meets Wednesday night Business of Inter est will be acted upon and there will be some pleasing features Division 1 of Pittsburgh the first Irish fraternal society organized west of the Allegheny mountains recently celebrated Its fiftyfifth an niversary State officers and visitors from all parts of Indiana were present to witness the Initiation of fifty mom bers Into the Ladles Auxiliary at IndianapolisThe and Knights of Columbus are now tie for first place in the Indianapolis Catholic baseball league each having lost but one game Great interest centers In the Ladles Auxiliary Irish history scholarship contest to be held to morrow evening in Alumni Hall of the Christian Brothers College Monday night Division 3 will meet in Its new home Much work will be outlined and a date set for the next Initiation President Maloney looks for a big attendance Division 1 meets next Tuesday I night We are requested to say that t It Is absolutely necessary that the members attend The business to I be transacted requires their pres ence Ladles Auxiliary 6 of Providence celebrated Its fourteenth anniversary with a great gathering splendid ad dresses by Rev J T Ward and the State officers and an Irish musical and literary programme To celebrate the anniversary o the Ladles Auxiliary at SacramentofI the California State officers paid the auxiliary an official visit A num t thetRICHARD A GROAHK Richard A Groark a lifeling res ident of Jeffersonville and held in high esteem by all who know him succumbed to a long illness of paralysis at the home of his mother Mrs Bridget Groark 802 Indiana avenue For many years he was con nected with the American Car and Foundry Company being popular with his superiors and fellowem ployes The deceased never married but resided with his mother the widow of John Groark who died years ago Besides his mother he is t survived by two sisters Mrs Mollie CHsham and Miss Anna Groark and two brothers Thomas J Groark and James L Groark all of Jefferson ville The funeral was held Monday morning from St Augustines church where as a boy the deceased received his first holy communion and was confirmed Rev Father Halpin officiating at the high mass funeralesermon that brought consolation to the surviving relatives EXCURSION TOMORROW What promises to be the most enjoyable as well as largely attended excursion of the season will leave the Union Station at Tenth and Broadway at 745 oclock tomorrow morning under the auspices of the Catholic Knights of America for Hawesvllle Cannelton and Tell City Ind For weeks committees here and In Tell city have been preparing for this event and everything possible has malethe been done for the comfort and been secured and hero they will meet the Knights of St John from Evansville and large delegations from other nearby Indiana cities Railroad officials will accompany the trains and returning all will arrive home at 11 oclock The Catholic Knights invite all their friends to accompany them and promise a trip not to bo soon for gotten RIVERVIEW ATTRACTIONS Rlverview Park + Col Lum Simons pleasure retort on the banks of the Ohio is sought afternoon and even fag by thousands bt Louisvilles pleasure Meker since Oldlal kas started tomake the weather torrid c r rc I Epileptic Fits 4 Golconda Nev April 191J Since I took Pastor Koenlga Nerve Tonlo I bad no more epIlepUo fits since the spring of 1911 and in June I began to work again Before that time every body was afraid to give me work because 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 1 am now The Tonic Is for me and thereforeeaannnopraisssseIt enough Walter Heard Wonderful drandvlew R 1 Wash Aug 1912 I had epliepllo fits every two or three weeks since as years of which doctors could not cure me bu aSnee I took Pas tor Koenltfs Nerve Tonlo I had no at tacks In two years and feel wen so long as I take the Tonic The effect la wm dertu Mrs J 8 Griffin FREE A Valuable BOOK on Nero i voua Disease end a Sample home to any address Poor pa dente tlM get the medicine free Prepared bY Ray FATHU KOINJo et Fort Wayne led alas 1874 ud now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago DL 62 W Lab sErA ntarDeuixm- itU fay Drnffl tit SI Br bottle 6for5 JArellse1756Bottlefoe9- Col Simons believes he has the coolest spot in Louisville and Invites the public to Investigate for them selves In addition to what nature Supplies there are four free outdoor attractions presenting turns of the headline class Prof Wileys ex cellent orchestra has already won favor with the public who find ample accommodations around the music pavilion The Spotless Kitchen retains its popularity and is doing the banner business of Its career IIAMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable I I Events in the Catholic HIs ntorsof America 1By James A Rooney 0sI onIe I historical painters painted more portraits than any American art- Ist and of more eminent men than stay artist In the world born in Boston July 15 1808 Juno 15 1842 First Sisters of Mercy to cross the Atlantic arrived from Ireland at St Johns I Newfoundland on invitation of BIshop Fleming they were Sisters I M Ursula Frayne Frances Cree don and Rose Lynch opened their first school May 1 1843 June 16 1912 Mount Manresa Staten Island N Y opened by I Cardinal Farley established by the Jesuits exclusively for retreats for laymen June 17 1847 Cornerstone of first Catholic church in St Joseph I Mo laid by Father Thomas I pastorIJune 18 1817Death at Georgetown of the Most Rev Leonard I Neale second Archbishop of Balti more who founded the nuns of the Visitation on December 28I 1817 his remains rest In the con I wentchapel June 19 121 Diocese of Cincinnati erected with the Right Rev Edward Fenwick O S D as first Bishop born in Maryland 1768 t consecrated by Bishop Flaget January 13 1822 In Church ofr I St Rose Washington county Ky which he had built In 180Cr in honor of first American saint died at Wooster Ohio while onI diocesan visitation during a cholera epidemic September 26 I 1832 June 29 1908Joel Chandler I Harris journalist poet and nov ellst who became famous for hisI Uncle Remus folklore tales converted by his Catholic wife baptized two weeks before his death which took place at At lanta Ga In his sixtieth year July 3 1908Copyrighted- TWIN CITY LEAGUE I The Interest In the Catholic base ball league cpntlnues to keep pace with the weather being at fever heat the games last Sunday as a vhole being the best of the season I there being one tanInning and reIImltsI Olympics earned their right to stay tied for first place by defeating the Bruins in an exciting contest while the Champions had easy picking with the K of C team the latter I I havingIbut the hot weather is expected to Improve the playing of this Can I tillon aggregation all not being limbered up just now The Mackin team showed great improvement last Sunday and is sure to be a contender from now on their hitting improving I weekly The Shamrocks from Limerick trampled on Dan Hennessys Trinity team by a nine to five score I but the genial manager states that he is going to get revenge good and plenty on the K of C team tomor row this contest being sure to draw a great crowd as in the opinion of many it is a case of when Greek meets Greek The schedule for to- morrowI I is as follows Trinity vsK of C Bruins vs Shamrocks Mackin I I vs Olympics and Champions vs Imperials The standing to date I Club Won Lost Pet Olympics 6 1 857 i Champions Of 6 1 R57 Bruins 5 2 714 Shamrocks 4 3 5- 71lTrinity2 5 286 Macklnt2 5 286 Imperials 2 S 286 I Knights Columbus 1 6 143 I Isr VINCENT DE PAULS Qn Sunday morning June 14 dur ing the solemn high mass at 745 oclock thirtysine twelve yearold I boys and girls will make their first holy communion In St Vincent de I Pauls church Shelby and Oak streets In the afternoon at 530 they will be enrolled in the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin and the Sacred Heart League Only recently another otageof sixtyone small boys and girls made their first holy corn munion at tkteehHreh jti IRELAND Record of the Moat Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges InII T Lyons was recently sworn as Magistrate for DonegalII County Court Judge Wakely was presented with white gloves at the I opening of Roscommon Quarter SessionsDr I of Trilllck has been unanimously elected medical officer of the Trilllck dispensary district by tho Irvlneatown Guardians I The Volunteer movement has swept Mayo and In nearly every district of the county there is a corps of the Irish Volunteers Rev Nicholas Power of the Irish College Rome son of D H Power CarrlckonSulr was ordained priest at St Peters Basilica in Rome Mrs Ellen Carboy of Toomevara was found dead in bed She visitedI a neighbors house the previous evening and was apparently in good healthThe steady growth of the National Volunteers all over the country is remarkable All shades of National ist opinion are represented In the movementMiss of Monaghan suc cumbed in the County Infirmary to burning injuries caused by her clothes catching fire while engaged In household work At the meeting of the Waterford County Council a resolution was adopted in favor of the scheme for the deepening of the Dungarvan harbor at a cost of 35000 Bernard Keelan of Ardee has presented tho Very Rev Canon Rogers with a costly set of Stations of tho Cross for St Marys church Ardee which Is being renovated- A Ladies FIrst Aid Corps in con nection with the local establishment of tho Irish National Volunteers has been organized In Strabane Over one hundred ladles have been en rolled Peter tRSllly a farmer of Bally train was found dead In bed He had been at work as usual the pre vious day and was apparently in good health He had reached the age of seventyeight- The stationery store and res- Idence of Mrs Toomey Limerick were destroyed by fire The occu pants had a narrow escapelrsToomeys boys succeeded in getting through the upper windows of fhe twostory house The solemn profession has taken place at the Carmelite Convent New Rose of Miss Annie OReilly In religion Sister Teresa daughter of John OReilly of Tells and niece of Right Rev P J OReilly D D of Peoria 111 A number of evictions were re cently carried out on the estate of T D Wilson Lynch of Galway at Aughintsh In North Clare and not far from the confines of Galway The evictions were carried out by A R Martin acting UnderSherlff forClareThe of the cornerstone of the John Colgan Memorial Hall being erected In Carndonagh In honor of the great Inlshowen Fran ciscan attracted a great gathering to the scene The ceremony was PhilipODohertyODohertyA ornamental address the work of Miss M FitzpatrIck of i ii Dublin and a magnificent inlaid mahogany canteen of cutlery and I silver have been presented to Rev iiW Rooney of iLongwood and Kill on the occasion of the silver jubilee of his ordination t tFONTAINEi FERRY 1Fontaine iFerry promises to be a popular place the coming week not merely because of Its many inviting park features but because of the high character of entertainment Manager Bilger will otter In the I vaudeville theater The bill will consist of five highclass numbers Introducing songs and dances musi cal sketches and comedy acts that never fart to produce laughter The big sanitary swimming pool Is now open and is eagerly sought these hot WUlIpresentI gramme at the free open air con certs which are constantly growing In popularity 1COtJNTY BOARD PICNIC The annual Hibernian picnic which Is considered more a reunion the10ldgether given I Park on Tuesday July 21 and Committee of Arrangements theII making especial preparations to have this the banner affair of Its kind In the history of the order The proceeds derived are to bo donated to a worthy charity which has acted as an incentive to every member in the city and they are working hard leaving nothing undone to realize a good sum for this purpose AT ST PAUL TODAY The Colonels open a fourgame series at St Paul today and as the latter team has not been going very good the Louisville club should keep up their splendid road record which Is but a repetition of their first trip away from home According to Jako Wehrley the well known local patrolman and baseball scout they would win the pennant hands down if compelled to play all of their games on foreign territory After the St Paul series the team will go to Kansas City Milwaukee and Indianapolis in turn for four games at each place not returning home until June 30 and the relative standing of the teams at that time will give one the proper rating on the finish of the Association race as three out of the first four division teams at that time usually finish there and one of thorn can be selected as the probable pennant winner and three picked In these columns at the beginning of the season are there now vlzMII waukee Louisville and Indianapolis and heres hoping that the latter two fight It out for Mr Wathenjs sake if not other as a close finish between these two would be a great drawing Bard And Indianapolis closes 1U Beaton here J n J n HERMAN STRAUS tSONS go FOURTH AveNUe MARKET STRUT MCCaPDTv EMBROIDERYFOR CONFIRMATION DRESSES Beautiful Highclass 27inch Embroidery Flouncings and 22 Allover About half of this lot is handloom goods dainty baby flouncines jlauen lace and batiste also fine Swiss with showy designs of Irish English and floral designs All direct from St Gaul Switzerland and Germany Every lot fresh and new They include the following styles suitable for chil drens confirmation dresses waists and costumes Values From 100 to 198 Choice Per Yard 59c Dainty Baby Flouncing handloom goods the finest made on the new sheer cloth hemstitched and scalloped edges 27 inches wide Worth 1 to 150 for 59c per yard Batiste and Plauen Lace Flouncing27 inches wide Worth 1 to 125 for 59c per yard Handsome Snowy Swiss Flouncing floral patterns Worth 1 to 198 for 59c per yard 22Inch Swiss Allover EmbroiderYIn neat and showy designs Handsome goods Worth 1 to 198 for 59c yard We Give and Redeem ProfitSharing Certificates t II I III I I I I I J Z J II 1 I I I J J II e II I I HioJ I I tl 1 r 111 I I I r HNNH iM For Your Furniture Wants 1 WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENEfIf 425 427 and 429 East Market Street e NNN00tWH NNWNWNVKh1aKN111N1V4N1 NS74Nti KN 4NMWrSNNtiN7t r wHOLL3 AJLrJS INCORPORATED AND RETAILI lPHONESOUTH 2Sw CITY 1866 HMHm++++ s+ wlo e a +tisss + +sssrtwH NNhsrwt+ 1 i HAVEYOU I TRIED CAMPS Kentucky Dairy Lunch I IIT SERVES YOU RIGHT Famous for Good Things to Eat We also serve 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