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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I 1 r I WE DO FIRST Give This Next VOLUME XXXILNO 24 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 20 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS REJOICED Were Hibernians When Vicar General Cronin Dedicated Home State and County Presidents and Large Gathering Witness Ceremony lIon Edward J OBrien Delivered Interesting and In structive Address DIVISION 3 GETS HIGH PRAISE Last Sunday was indeed a record making day for tho Hibernians of Louisville and Kentucky one that will over stand out in the history of the Ancient Order Early In the afternoon and long before the hour arranged for the dedication of the imposing new home of Division 3 located at Eighteenth and Portland avenue the members friends neigh bors and well wishers of the grand old order thronged the grounds and handsome building When the as semblage was called to order at 330 oclock by President John M Maloney tho seating capacity of the pretty meeting hall was taxed to Its full capacity and many stood in the anterooms throughout the Interest- Ing and inspiring exercises that fol lowedThe meeting was opened with a very appropriate prayer by the County Chaplain the Very Rev James P Cronin Vicar General of tho diocese After President Maloney had explained the object and purpose of the meeting State President Patrick J Welsh and County President William J Con nelly were introduced and in their addresses they congratulated the members and committees who were In charge of the work of establish ing a permanent home for the Hi bernians of Louisville and Jefferson county Letters of congratulations and good wishes from Hibernian officials and members throughout the State were then read The principal speaker of the occasion was Hon E J OBrien one of the leading members of Division 3 who delivered an interesting and Instructive address After JlraLrte citing the history of the division from its organization on October 16 1884 up to the present time giving the names of the charter members and a long list of Presidents in the years that followed he commended the spirit that prevailed and pro duced such gratifying results Mr OBrien dwelt at length upon the progress of home rule for Ireland stating that it was at last an assured fact no matter how vigorously or bitterly It might still be opposed by the House of Lords Ho enumerated In an entertaining manner the great and lasting benefits that would flow to the people of the Irish race in securing home rule and declared that the opposition of the Ulsterltes was of little or no significance He closed his address by reading a por tion of Robert Emmets statement from the dock and said it was now possible and almost timely to write his epitaph according to his last wishesVery Rev Father Cronin blessed the new home and delivered a splen did address to the members illus trating how the home of Division 3 was a glowing example of what was possible when there was unity and harmony in their work He earnestly requested the members to ever thus work together in peace and good will urging them to be true to the principles of the order and it would necessarily follow that they would be good members good citizens and good Catholics Father Cronins instructions will be strictly observed and it Is re gretted that his address could not have been heard by every member of Magistrate CountyChaplainbestowed upon the division ExNational Director George JButler and exCounty President Thomas Quinn of the homo building committee told how the great work presentfInancial ofDIvisionvision 1 and several other members including Martin Ford one of the charter members made short but encouraging talks following which the meeting was closed with prayers The remarks of the speak ers during the entire afternoon were received with ringing applause and It was perhaps the most enthusiastic gathering of Hibernians ever held here SILVER JUBILEE The three days celebration of Father Joseph A Thles silver bytheolic and nonCatholic alike The celebration began Sunday and con tinued until Tuesday when the line pt march was through the principal street to St Pauls church where 0130Many side the doors The celebrant the Rev Joseph A Thle was assisted at the mass by the Rev Basil Hensler priesttheton as deacon the 1v J subdeaeotof Rockport MBttagter Hof cere I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN monies The Rov J J Hildebrand of Evansvllle preached the jubilee sermon In all twentyone priests were present from cities for the jubilee services In the evening a public reception was held at the Tell City Opera House where praise was showered upon the iRev Joseph A Thle Factories and stores closed to pay tribute to Father Thie and houses along tho route of tho parade were decorated He was presented with a purse of 100 and other valuable tokens DEDICATION TOMORROW Preparations for the dedication of the beautiful now St Aloysius church at Pewee Valley which takes place Sunday morning at 1030 oclock have been In progress for some time past The pastor Rev Father E W Boes and his parIsh- Ioners have worked hard and have all in readiness for the great day one that will mark an epoch in Pewee Valleys history The Inter urban cars stopping at the church will leave the station on Jefferson street between Third and Fourth every half hour and returning will leave Pewee every half hour and In addition a special will leave the Louisville station at 9 oclock For the accommodation of those who wish to spend the day there a fine country dinner will be served at the Jourey home adjoining the church property With a fair day there promises to be one of the largest gatherings ever seen in Pewee Val ley There will be no change in the programme froth that heretofore published PRESENTATION ACADEMY Commencement exercises bringing to a close another successful year for Presentation Academy con ducted by the Sisters of Charity were held in the school hall at Fourth and Brecklnridge streets Monday morning Tho greater part of the programme was musical and was listened to by a large and ap preciative audience which Included Bishop ODonaghue and several clergymen Bishop ODonaghue ad dressed the students One of the largest classes ever graduated from this school received diplomas when three were presented certificates and twelve were crowned Those crowned were Misses Josephine Burkley Mary Mandlehr Nellie afc Ilhenny Virginia Murphy Mary Mylbr Rose Mylor Helen Schimp eler Adele Schnelderhahu Marie Shea Alice Sheehan Marlon Steidle and Leila Traub Three es says were delivered by the highest honor graduates all of which dealt with folklore Miss Mary Michelle Shea and Miss Mary Cecilia Mand lolnvtled for the highest honor and were both given a place on the pro gramme Only those receiving the first and second highest average for the term are granted this distinc tion Miss Marion Isabelle Steidle was second with an average of 977 A certificate for completion of her musical studies was awarded Miss Nellie Mcllhennjs while literary honors were bestowed upon Misses Mary C Gorman Elizabeth F Kre mer Christine E Pfeiffer Mary C Pfeiffer 01 Lucille Russell Alvinia C Seldt and Anna R Sheehan Lit erary certificates were conferred upon Misses Maud OBrien May Smith and Lucille Schleman ORPHANS FOURTH OF JULY Those good people who are Inter ested in the success of the big Fourth of July picnic to be given for the benefit of the orphans are most urgently urged to be present at tho meeting to be held at Ber trand Hall next Monday night A great deal of work is necessary committees are to report duties ar ranged etc In this laudable undertaking there Is no place for laggards and every church worker Is confidently expected to come forward and offer his or her services without further solicitation Theres work for all The picnic will be held on the splendid grounds of the St Vincent Orphanage Payne and Cavewood in Crescent Hill where there is plenty of room plenty of shade and every convenience for such an affair With united effort this can be made the largest and most successful affair of the kind ever held in this city But it is going to take hard work and plenty of It and the volunteers are ex pected to be on hand In fact it is the work of volunteers in church enterprises that amounts to very mucha task in the cause of Chris tianity done under compulsion is very rarely fruitful So come out to Ber rand Hall Monday night which will be an indication that you are ready willing and anxious to have a part In this great picnic for a great cause The time is none too long for the vast amount of work to be done Begin right now to ar range with your friends to spend the Fourth of July In a delightfully cool and shady spot with and for the orphans BUILDING AT ST MEINRADS With the completion of the new library building of St Melnrads Abbey at St Melnrrid Ind only several weeks distant work on the magnificent new seminary has been begun Already a large part of the massive stone foundations are laid and It is expected that the new struc ture will be ready for occupancy In three years The now seminary will be 200 feet long forty feet wide and basement satidstonequaqledbYthe the floors and the root will be of reenforced concrete with red Span ish tile covering for the roof and hollow tile partitions throughout making the building absolutely flre tWI1jbe I lIege building facing west and ex theII church The now library Is four stories high and strictly fireproof The walls are of stone with reen forced concrete floors and roof On the first floor will be an oratory for the lay brothers and on the sec ond the chapter hall of the abbey The third and fourth floors are for the library proper wherein the mon asterys thirty thousand volumes many of them dating far back Into the sixteenth century and some even earlier will be safely housed DELIVERS GREAT ORATION Lieut Coy McDermott delivered a great oration on Eternal Public Problems before the Phi Beta Kappa and the Slgna Chi Iota So cieties of the University of Illinois at Urbana on Monday A large audience was gathered in the uni versity auditorium to hear the Ken tuckian who traced the analogy of the public problems of today through the political histories of Athens and Rome Gov McDermott sounded a warning against a too ready and confident embrace of every cureall that was proposed for public ills Many of these devices heralded today as new political expedients lie saidsuch as the intla tlve and referendum and recall are almost as old as political history itself Gov McDermott deplored the disposition to alter materially the Federal constitution and the constitutions of the States CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Interesting and enthusiastic was the monthly meeting of the Central Committee C K of A on Friday night of last week in St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut Owing to business engagements President Ben Kruse was absent but his place was ac ceptably filled by Capt Oscar Maier Reports from several branches show that there is considerable activity and that a number of applications are awaiting examination before certificates are issued Communi cations were received from the Su preme Secretary showing the splen did financial condition of the Cath olic Knights of America The mortuary list showed a number of deaths In Louisville whose bene ficiaries were paid immediately upon the receipt of the death proofs Short talks were made by ne M Reichert upon the progress being made by the Uniform Rank and Patrick Holly of St Patricks branch Charles Hill Secretary Schulten and Capt Oscar Maler reported every arrangement perfected for the Tell City excursion which proved to be a really en joyable affair The next one will be given to Jasper Ind probably on jtMOTHER LEANDRA Mother Leandra Schwerl for fif teen years the beloved and devoted Superior of St Josephs Orphanage died at that institution on Friday of last week mourned by her little charges and all who ever visited the asylum Her funeral was held Monday morning at the Ursuline Con vent Chestnut and Shelby street Mother Leandra was seventyone years old and had been a rollgeuse for fiftythree years She was born at Buffalo N Y and came to Louisa ville with her parents when eleven years old She was Superior of tho Ursullne community for two terms beginning 1884 and two terms be ginning 1891 and was later Superior of Mt St Josephs Academy In Davis county Before becoming a Superior she taught at Peru Ind Cumberland Md Mt Savage Md Newport Pittsburgh and Covington She is survived by three brothers At a special meeting of the Board of Directors of St Josephs Orphanage memorial resolutions of sym pathy for the Ursuline Sisters and the orphans and relatives of Mother Leandra were reported by President Joseph Schildt and Messrs Nicholas Bosler Henry Gude and Henry Remmers and unanimously adopted STROKE WAS FATAL Peter Tully residing at 1232 Clark street New Albany died Saturday night his being the first fatality from the heat in that city this season He was prostrated on the Thursday preceding The deceased was fiftytwo years of age and Is survived by his wife and two sons Charles and Joseph Tully For years be was a member of ioly Trin ity church and also of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and tho Alsace Lorraine Society His funeral was held Tuesday morning from Holy Trinity church many mourning friends and acquaintances attending the solemn obsequies FROST FOR MILES Nelson A Miles lectured in Milwaukee under the auspices of tho Guardians of Liberty of which dis reputable organization ho is the Na tional President and the results were most disappointing The audi ence was not large the Guardians of Bigotry not being able tp scare up any American soldier or representative citizen to preside For this duty the best they could do was to find a foreigner a Lutheran minister Gen1ll1es ting himself to be identified with the unsavory bunch the Milwaukee Citizen says he is unwilling to do the dirty work of the Guardians CLOSING EXERCISES The closing eexrclses of St Leos school at Highland Park will take place tomorrow night beginning at pupilshaveand excellent programme one that will include several numbers well worth witnessing Second street and1iYite all their friends to attend n POLITICS Louisville Now the Mecca For the Three Senatorial Can didntcR I Evening Post Attempts liunoss- llile Task of Influencing Local Vote Denver Mans Opinion of That CltyH Commission Form of Government OCONNOR A POPULAR SELECTION Early In the spring and before it was contended th these columns that there would be alight vote cast in the contest for the Democratic nom ination for United States Senator especially in the country districts principally on account of the primary date August 1 being a busy time for the farmers and that the bulk of the vote would be cast in the cities the developments of the last few week proving this without a doubt the three candi dates Gov McCreary exGov Beck ham and Congressman Stanley all opening headquarters In Louisville and each making a bid for the vote here Another point made at the time was that there was little in terest in the race by the Louisville Democracy and the exact words In the opinion ata leading Democrat at that time were that no one would lose sleep over the race Repeat edly the Evening Post has attempted to prove this assertion wrong con tending that the Democrats of Louis ville were falling all over themselves to support Beckham and has daily repeated the assertion that a splendid organization was being formed here in his interest laying stress on the fact that Edward T Tlerney Chairman of the Board of Safety was one of the loaders this being printed three or four time a week with the hope of awakening Interest among city employes and also to convey the Impression that the city administration would support the- BeckhamllaleycauSe Right here and without any bias in the matter it cjfA be stated that canIeliverDemocracy on a silver platter to the Beckham hosts and In addition Mr Tierneys official position should not be used to influence a single voter to support Beckham if for no other reason than to practice what the Post formerly preached that the Louisville Democracy should not be onesided in State politics Follow ing out this theory It would be suicidal on the part of the local or ganization or administration to flock to Beckham and make enemies of the McCreary and Stanley ad herents the former advice handed out by the Post being preferred to the present brand Incidentally it might be remarked that W W Davies who no later than last fdll was referring to all Democrats as Buckslaves Is a local Beckham leader also exChief of Police Haager who was Beckhams selec tion for Chief under Bingham and decapitated Democratic policemen right and left the first day of his appointment without even giving them the formality of a trial So it can hardly be expected that the present police officials and patrol men will support Beckham on Haagers account oven aided by the Posts daily statement that their executive head Mr Tlerney Is In that same camp The appointment of James OCon nor as Receiver of the Jefferson Circuit Court by the seven Judges of the Circuit Court this past week was Indeed a popular selection and one In which every Democrat feels proud Courteous obliging efficient are some of the qualities possessed by the appointee and none are more appreciative of the honor than his wide acquaintance of railroad men upon whom Jimmy has a special hold his long con nection In the employ of the local roads winning him many friends among all but especially among the boys who tolled in the shops and whom he was ever ready to assist and help In any way The following extracts taken from a card in the Rocky Mountain News of Denver In regard to the commission form of government now being tried by that city may be Interesting to Col P H Callahan Henry Johnson John Chandler another Progressive leaders who worked unceasingly at Frankfort during the last legislative session in behalf of commission government for Louisville I would like to express a few exceptions to our honorable City Com missioners statements as appearing in the News They are unanimous In saying that commission rule In Denver Is a success and give as alleged proofs of their economical illusions the elimination of several Unnecessary offices and employes but the refutation preceded their statement in a very forcible manner when before the end of the years experience with commission form of government they established and still maintain unnecessary new de partments and sinecure positions with evident result of spending more than their appropriations for whimsical Innovations such as public lodging house to encourage lazy bums coming to Denver land then aplpfoDrlatJoncultivation and supervision of vacant 4oti l efficiency iderkP police in o spector 26000 for a landscape gardener with a national reputation I for the civic center and mountain parks 20000 for the reputation and 5000 for his work and ex penses when several competent Denver men would be glad to give us as satisfactory results for one tenth of that amount I worked sev eral months and voted for commis sion form of government and all of its fairy adjuncts in hopes of lessen ing our taxes and bettering our civic conditions but our Commissioners have not yet made good they have yet to show us practical economy in their business management of Den ver While reflecting upon my twentytwo years residence In this city during which time our multi- farIous taxes have been developing into a prospective typhoon of con fiscation I verily believe we re formers have gone beyond the limit and we find that every succeeding city administration makes the last one look respectable COLUMBIA CLUB BANQUET Monday night the Columbia Ath letic Club scored another success with its reception and banquet for members and visitors who were present in large numbers After a short time spent in Inspection of the elegant club house and grounds President Ben Beckman Secretaries Fox and Campion and Treasurer Brumleve led the way to the boun teously laden tables where an ex cellent feast was enjoyed Presi dent Beckman presided as toastmaster and his every introduction was greeted with llaughter and ap plause The first speaker was Will iam M Higgins who reviewed the history of the club from the begin ning to its present formidable pro portions Organized nine years ago the Columbia Athletic Club has steadily grown and today owns Its own home valued at over 5000 on which there Is an indebtedness of only 1500 which will be cleared during the coming year The principal address was delivered by At torney J J Kavanagh and was frequently interrupted by rounds of applause He spoke on the present day opportunities for young men in business and politics and commend ed the spirit and enterprise of the officers and members of the club Others called upon were Henry Campion Bernard Brumleve Will Fox Peter Lehman Emory Slater Edward Brueggman Henry Schuler Urban Campion Ed Fetter Bud Robards and Andy Reiss RABBI ALFRED MOSES HERE Rabbi Alfred G Moses a former well known Louisville young man and now pastor of the Temple Shaarla Shomayln of Mobile Ala lg thereironnavvisitand +daringepar of his stay has been the guest of Attorney J J Kavanagh these two having been speakers at the St Pat ricks day banquet given In Mobile under the auspices of the A O H and at which Dr Moses remarked after hearing one of the speakers say that the home rule bill would automatically become a law after a threetime passage that he was now a fullbred Irishman having been present at three straight af fairs of that kind of the A O H In a visit to the Kentucky Irish American office Dr Closes spoke of the splendid feeling existing be tween the Jews and Catholics every where and referred to the stirring times In 1895 when the A P As in Louisville attempted to enlist the services of his father the late Rabbi Adolph Moses pastor of the Jewish Synagogue then at Sixth and Broad way Rabbi Moses rebuking the imitation patriots who had come to see him by saying I have too long been a hare to turn hound now this remark afterward being quoted widely The present Dr Moses takes quite an active Interest in the progress of Mobiles municipal affairs and Is prominently Identified with many of the local political lead ers and statesmen During his stay he has met many of his former schoolmates who had attended the public schools at Ninth and Mag azine and Fifth and Walnut street and some of his former Instructors all of whom have followed his career with Interest and pride- FEDERATION The largest attendance for sometime past greeted President Ganz Secretary Dolan and the officers of the Catholic Federation at the reg ular monthly meeting held in thQ Catholic Womans Club building An nouncement was made that at the next meeting copies of the recent ad dress of the Most Rev John Ireland Airchblshop of St Paul would be given all present The routine busi ness was soon disposed of in order to hear the address oftho Rev Oscar Ackermann D C Land there was considerable disappointment when It was learned that Imperative calls rendered his presence Impossible President Ganz read a carefully prepared and instructive paper on the Church and Science dwelling at considerable length on the terrible results that follow tho loss of faith Dr Gonz read from the most reliable authorities and proved conclusively that the Catholic church had ever fostered and advanced the arts muslo and literature and especially the science of medicine Henry A Vondorhclde also delivered a stirring address In which he expressed grati fication at the large attendance He spoke earnestly for the young man making a plea for parish diocesan and State organization Because of the hot weather there will be no lectures until next September MACKIN couNom Mackin Council had a well attend ed meeting Monday night though only routine business was transacted The committee arranging for the sunset excursion reported satisfactory progress end announced that with a fine evening th14 one would be more successful than any hereto o k fore given During the evening It developed that Cupid has again entered the ranks of Mackin with I I LastIr while week Fred J Schuler became aI benedict and rumor has it that George Conder will also take a partner for life In the near future I I This leaves Charles Rnidy and waltllnRI monial sea with them and to the list might be added the names of William Link Frank Lanahan Rob ert Osborne Dick Andrlott and Guy Nevin who are approaching the fourth degree In the Bachelors Club SACRED HEART ACADEMY Commencement exercises at the Sacred Heart Academy Crescent Hill were held Wednesday graced ODonnJhue= sacred cantata St Angela Merlcl composed by the teaching faculty of the academy was one of the feat ures of the programme while Coriolanus was read by Miss Clemens Readings were given by Miss Van Natta Miss Schilling and Miss Clemens and the valedictorian was Miss Josephine Doerr The graduates eleven In number were Misses Anna J Doerr Alice G Clemens Ruth H Schilling Mar garet K Bosler Margaret K Van Netta Helen E Gallagher Madeline H Hammond of the classical course Lillian M Zorn literary course Anna L Blaul Mary T Blaul Clara G OConnell com mercial academic course Five States are represented In the gradu ating class Kentucky Indiana Illinois Maryland and Louisiana The art class was represented by sketches In oil water colors and crayon drawings Needlework for which the Ursullne Sisters are noted was also on display Two marble vases eighteen Inches In height and of fine workmanship were donated to the academy the day preceding by a friend of the teaching force- PREPARING FOR DEDICATION Rev Father J J Fitzgerald and his congregation are devoting their time to preparations for the dedica tion of the new St Leos church at Highland Park which will take place with Impressive and beautiful I ceremony on Sunday morning July I 5 St Leos Is one of the numerous churches erected in this diocese by II Father Fitzgerald and the fire that almost destroyed the edifice was a I peopleImarked their past they at once got togs fir aqd tha result i IhatthaY- I will soon have a larger and hand somer church one that will com I pare favorably with those of much larger parishes Bishop ODonag hue will conduct the dedicatoryI ceremony assisted by many of the clergy of the diocese Father Fitz gerald has had a hard struggle dur ing the past year and therefore de serves encouragement and support from all Catholics UX1TED IX MARRIAGE The wedding of Miss Gertrude M Kohlcr to George A Burch was solemnized Friday of last week at St James church the Rev Father Wlllett officiating The bride was attended by Mss Mary C Mulcahy and Claude McDonald of Memphis Tenn cousin of the groom acted as best man The bride wore a gown of white crepe trimmed in real laceI Her tulle veil was caught with liliesII of the valley and she shower bouquet of bride roses and sweet peas The bridesmaids gown was of blue silk crepe with trim mings of real lace and pearls She carried a bouquet of Mrs Ward roses Immediately after the cere mony the bridal party had breakfast at the Tyler Hotel Mr and Mrs Burch left later in the day on a wed ding trip After July 1 they will be I roadIWednesday morning at St James church Miss Laura May Browne the grooms slater wAs the maid of honor and James Wlckstead was the best man The ceremony was fol lowed by a breakfast at the home of the bride on Balllnger avenue Mr and Mrs Browne go to housekeeping on Sixth street ADJOURN FOR OUTING With all the officers and many members present President Tarpey rushed business at the meeting Tuesday night of Division 1 A O H in order that all might attend the outing at Phoenix Hill of St Patricks church whose pastor Rev James P Cronin V G Is their County Chaplain Chairman Thomas Cleary had none to report sick and quite a nice sum of money was turned over to Treasurer Thomas Keenanj President Tarpy called upon the officers to attend regularly the meetings of the County Board and urged members to work earnestly for the success of the an nual reunion and outing next month PLUMBERS BANQUET The local Plumbers Union entertained with a banquet at the Seel bach Wednesday evening In honor of the Louisville representatives the recent General Assembly who had been instrumental in jho passage of the new plumbing law Among those who were present and made short addresses were Goy Mc Greary Lieut Gov McDermott Senator Sam Robertson Jteoreesnta tlves George B Bacrett William A Perry William Of Duffy Mayzick OBrien and 1IJ Duffy Thomas Kelly and William J Brady the lat ter being the newly appointedl1 m her of the local Plumbing Bond and who gave his opinion pri hqw the newtlaw should be enforced 1 4 WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CUSS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order NATIONALIST Volunteer Organization line Influence Upon the British Public r Introduces a Momentous Factor Into the Whole Irish Situation Belfast link Begun to Feel the Severe Pressure of Present Uncertainty FINAL CONDITIONS IMPOSE PEACE We have had a week of sleepy tranquility In the House of Com mons and scarcely a mention ex question m stUlhauntsevery one watches with greatest scrutiny every speech or Incident which may seem to forecast the POConnor weekIsmovementEverybody troduces a momentous new factor Into the argument volved peaceInrealizedbyrather inclined to accept the view hammered in by the Tories that because T Southern Ireland presented toNorthernrulehad tpassionatelydemanded effectbythattheyconfront victims ti yearsago facetoconsequences that follow Carsons appeal to rifles By curious and ex ofEngland NationalQ JJItry slhllarmovemgntby factor which helps towards a settle ment of producingIs the continued ferocity of the suf theEnglishgrowthInvolves A further Indication of this Engisligiven during the debate on the new unemployedbythat when a slump followed the present gigantic trade boom the worklngmen without employment and without food would not accept resignation low the example of Carsons Orange menThus though Carsons speeches In speechInparty fury and though the diehards are at present in the ascendency in the Tory party shrewd obsdrvers persist In believing that the whole struggle will end In some settlement l In the absence of firm leadership among the Tories Bonar Law being much discredited It is still lieved that Carson would welcome solution but finds his difficulty beII the greater violence of his own lowers There are rumors of sensions In the Orange forces extremists already are beginning to suspect that Carson may agree to some settlement they detest but other forces from a different direc tion make Carsons position more difficult Business Belfast at last is beginning to feel the severe pres sure of this uncertainty and this Is interruption announcedfincently five linen merchants of Bel fast have failed It Is difficult to forecast what precise form settlement finally will take It may be peace It may be rupture On one hand the diehards may get the House of Lords tp reject tIle amending bill in the hope of provoking a rebellion in Ulster and thereby forcing the Government to an Immediate general election and Tory organizers certainly are pre paring for an election in July 1 re amendingblllamendments In the House of Lords that there will be haggling for some weeks and that ultimately the unl versal feeling In favor of settlement will bring the party leaders into d Redmond will be hammered out which at once will save the face of Ulster and ireland But violent speeches and some betweeJ1IThese things will be exaggeriitfdV conditionaimpose RUNSETEXounSIQN Mackin Social Qlub will give a- sunset excursion on the Steamer SaturdsysfternoonJulyU JIIIrsttbeYefnehmets e I t I KENTUfKY LRISa AM3XOj KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN I PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Sivrted ta tile Social ud Moral AdvaacetaeaeBt el Irith Ascrlcim and CsAeltes Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hiberalans Young Mens Institute and Catholic KnlghU of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers UBSCRIPT10N PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC Bnttrtd it the UaliTlIU Poittttlci u SetogdClw flitter AMrtH all CosimiaUatloBS U the 11tn1JCI IRISH AMERICAN JI921 West One St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 13 19141 WHEN Oil WHEN Papers hostile to the Catholl church have quoted approvingly the foolish allegations of the iRov J S Lyons of this city and the state ment made by Rev J Addison r Smith of Murfreesboro Tenn who declared in the convention of the Southern Presbyterian General As sembly In session at Kansas City editthatfrom the Pope of Rome was fount on the body of Major Butt who died on the Titantlc commanding all Catholics to vote for a candldat other than Woodrow Wilson In the Presidential election Even the Associated Press Is controlled by the fine hand of the man on the Tiber The facts are absolutely appalling Now this Smith happens to be ia Tennessee Democrat of a somowha partisan type and he is a dreams of strange dreams for as a matte of fact no such document was found on the person of Major Butt But the point about all this is the fac that the A PoA press has been denouncing President Wilson as a tool of the Popes and now It 1Is claimed that the Pope commanded Wilsons defeat In the last election The absurdity of the Tennesseant ugly charges Is fully proven by the record which shows that on AprI 14 1912 the steamship Tltantl collided with an iceburg and sank four hours later One thousand five hundred and three lives wer lost Major Archibald W Butt being among them On July 2 1912 seventynine days later Woodro Wilson was nominated as the Democratic candidate for the President of the United States by the national convention hold at Baltimore on the fortysixth ballot On the firs ballot Champ Clark received 440 votes and Wilson 324 On the twentyfifth ballot Clark 469 WIl son 405 The above figures are given to show that there was nc certainty of Wilson being a candi date for the Presidency of the United States previous to July 2 1912 Mot until play 1914 did Lyom and Smith bring their diabolical thoughts before the public knowing well the dead are silent that they can not defend themselves against falsehood and vllliflcaUon When oh when will enlightened people cease swallowing everything thrown at them by preachers or flexible conscience SUFFRAGE VS RELIGION At last the militant suffragette has Joined hands with the atheistic anarchist and proves if further proof be necessary that she is thoroughly unfit to govern This IIs the view taken by the Boston Hiber nlan That the sacred precinct of the church would not be immune from her desecrating hands if she were entrusted with political power can not be denied in view of the outrageous scenes and sacriligious conduct of the suffragettes who on Sunday invaded the Catholic churches in England Such disre gard of the sanctity of the place and day might be expected from a band of Mexican guerillas or warring Amazons but not from an army of civilized and selfrespecting women such as the suffragettes claim to be A movement which seeks to secure for Its advocates a vested political power regardless of authority or the sacred rights of others can never be established except in times of great moral depravity and national degra dation when the hideous form of Tyranny rises up and temporarily seizes the scepter of power Nor government that has been erected upon the buried rights of another teas ever endured as no monument built on the ruined fame of another Iit has ever reflected glory The times are not so depraved in England nor the national conscience BO perverted tae j9 welcome with triumphant pro f1 cessions the Incendiary sacrillgeous and tyrannical militant suffragettes rteIfj suffrage is ever to triumph it will not be by Artdestroying Irreligious and anarchistic methods You may with Impunity trample upon or Ignore certain inalienable rights of the individual1 and escape punishment hilt there is one right that you may not interfere with and hope to avoid tie consequence of his just wrath and indignation That it his Tight to the free arid uninterrupted exer ciceI of his religious freedom A few more such demonstrations on the part of the suffragettes as that of Sunday sand we can see the end of the mOT mJ1t All iasl and fair minded peradng who profess say Chrlatlan faith will W tfhoekfid jo j learn that suffrage has capitulatesd to the ancient despot and betrayer of mankind atheism SCORES E NATHAN The Rev jt H TlernoyJ editor of America the Catholic review ha Issued a statement attacking Ernest Nathan Italian Commissioner to the PanamaPacific Exposition who as Mayor of Rome repeatedly Insulted the Holy Father Father Tlerne stated that race politics or Masonic affiliation had nothing to do with the matter that the Catholic church opposed Nathan because he pas reviled the Holy See and the Cath olio religion in a most gratuitous and offensive way Father Tlerne quoted from several of Nathans speeches and declared that Nathans statement that he was fighting sham religions which are political organizations was a direct assaul upon the Roman Catholic churcl and accused it of being a sham am a pretext for politics Catholic have reason to protest against him Father Tierney continued because he is a violent man who outrages their feelings with bitter uncalled for attacks on their religion A P A LITERATURE Subscribers to the Menace am Peril not receiving their paper or those fond of A P A literature should apply to Conductor Edward Hughes of tho C and O rallroa between Louisville and Ashland this gentleman being ever ready to disseminate this class of matter to his passengers on his employers time The Saengerfest convention that comes next week will bring thou sands of visitors to Louisville and therefore It is incumbent upon our citizens to give them a fitting wel come For months committees have been busy preparing for a great Illumination and display and all that remains to be done to make it he greatest event that has taken place for years is for every one to exhibit the Kentucky spirit and a pride in Louisville ITher was no ceremony when President Wilson signed the tolls bill There should not have been Which is your choice for the foo- lkllJerthe fellow who takes a girl on his motorcycle or the girl Ernesto Nathan has received another setback the voters of Rome turning against him Welcome to the Saengerfest nor ROSARY ACADEMY Last Friday evening in Bertrand Hall Holy Rosary Academy conducted by the Dominican Sisters held graduating exercises that were an artistic and fitting closing to a- very successful school year The irogramme was so rendered as to eflect credit on all participants and gle further evidence that the Sisters forming the faculty of the academy tand second to none as educators Rev E A Baxter O P at the conclusion of the exercises earnestly ond eloquently took up the cause of lathollc education and reminded the arents of their duty toward their hildren in this respect insisting that the child should be as highly ducated as possible and educated In Catholic schools oven though this might mean safrlflco on the part of the parent This eloquent Dominican poko briefly also of the privilege accorded those parents who have a- son or daughter called to the rollg lous life and in concluding he exhorted parents to nourish and guard irefully any germ Indicative of a divine fruition Hearty applause was given the numbers rendered by asses Etta Sullivan Henrietta Dempf Angela Huber Catherine Connell Alma Keaney and the academy orchestra LORETTO ALUMNAE The alumnae of Loretto Academy atb their meeting this past week elected the following officers who w1lserve for two years President Mrs John A Wathen oft LebanonVice Mrs Mary Ryan ofC Russellvllle Treasurer Miss Jennie F Mason ofr RichmondSecretary Mrs A N Cunningham of Louisville Assistant SecretaryMuse Louise Glenn of Louisville During the two years of their Incumbency the officers are planning the erection of an alumnae hall in connection with the academy build hig at Loretto FEDERATION CONVENTION The thirteenth anaraaJ convention oft e American Federation of Oath Ic8oei tlM will be held in Balti OM September 2 7to 30f undsrtheCardinal ttCardinaltt t J j SOCIETY 1 iUKti Q Mrs John T Malone and falnUy will spend the summer at Bay Vie lien William Gatto left the first of the week for a ten days stay at Frenc Lick Springs- Mies Bertha Mahoney of Par view has gone to Madison Wis tto remain for some time lrsR A Browne of Danvlll arrived Monday to attend the tBrlenBrowno wedding Mrs Henry Pasllck entertained at her home In Deer Park on for Mrs Edward Caldwell 1IondayI J F Dannenhold Jr left Tuesday for a season of rest and recrei ton at French Llcp Springs Mrs Baxter Kremer has been visiting her parents Mr and Mr M H Webb at Simpsonvllle Mrs William Conley enjoyed a delightful visit to Mr and Mrs Thomas Malone in Maysville Miss Bessie Settle who was the guest of the Misses Forst has returned to her home at Maud J Mrs Mary Brady and Miss Josle Coily of Clifton spent the week visiting relatives in Cincinnati Mrs L G Scanlon of Collh Court has been visiting her sister Sirs J Gray at Harrodsburg Miss Minnie Scholtes went to Mitchell Ind for a visit to her uncle Rev Father James Bolin Mr and Mrs Albert Dant were tn New Haven last week visiting their parents Mr and Mrs C L Price Miss Josephine McGill left Wednesday for Nazareth to parti pate In tho academy musical recital Miss Pauline Miller left last week for Rockport to visit her grandparents Mr and Mrs W M Lyons Mrs Elizabeth Barns Waver Court has had as her guests 1IIsses Hazel and Stella Mooney of Cincinnati Miss Minnie Murray has almost ully recovered from an Illness that has confined her to her home I1 In lllfton Mrs Thomas Muldoon and baby who have been visiting in Wheeling y Va are expected home about ruly 1- Mrs John McAullffo and Miss Margaret Smith of Memphis arc here visiting Mrs W G ORourk Jarkvlew I Mrs Eleanor Listen and son lames Liston of Jeffersonvlll Pont the past week visiting relatives in Chicago Mrs Margaret Meehan and laughter Mrs M K Sullivan leU his week to spend the summer at rince Island Maine Miss Anna McBride Is home from Madison Ind where she visited her uncle County Recorder William J McBride and family Mr and Mrs F M Martin of Springfield were among the out iof town guests who attended the BrlenBrowne wedding Miss Josephine Kelly and niece Miss Josephine Henchey left Monday to spend several days at Springfield and visit St Catherine cademy Misses Constance and Doroth sssllly returned Wednesday from St Catherines Academy at Springfield where they have been attend- Ing school Misses M OHern and Edna iberhausen of South Louisville ave returned from a weeks visit to Miss Blanche Campion at Floydi Knobs Ind Miss Annie Meehan will leave next week for Los Angeles when 10 will spend the summer with Miss Margaret Sweeney for years ir popular principal in the Louisville hoots Thomas OMeara and bride who was Miss May Hussey are on an extended honeymoon trip through the East and on their return wl1l- be at home at 1484 South Elgh leenth street Mr and Mrs Patrick Bane of ffersonvllle have announced the gagoment of their daughter Miss Della Bane to Maurice Miller The wedding will bo at St Augustines church this mqnth Mr and Mrs Edward H Hlnke- beln gave a theater party at Fon taine Ferry Park Monday evening in honor of Miss Roseallne Cowan of imllton Ohio the guest of Miss annette Dannenhold Mr and Mrs W B OConnell of Darnenlandwere recent guests of Mr and Mrs T P Hanley Crescent Hill Mrs Ellen May and daughter Miss Ruth May of Central City- havo been the guests of Mrs J M Donald on for the past week MIH- May left Wednesday to attend the mmencement at Nazareth Academy Mr and Mrs TG Ficks have an nQunced the engagement of their daufhter MlM Martina M Flcks to Charles L Gasfiman The wed- lUng will tak place on Wednesday J irnlng Juiie 2ft at St Cecilias churchIU1takM oclock at Holy Name church when Rev John OConnor will perform the ceremony and celebrate tho nuptial mass I1ol1S8 Pauline Warren and Carl Llntner were married Tuesday afternoon in the rectory of St Charles Borroinco church by the Rev Charles P Ratfo Mr and Mrs Lintner left for a twoweeks trip in the East after which they will return to Louisville and go to housekeeping A wedding of much Interest will be that of Miss Estelle Bender of 632 Frankfort avenue and Edward Knelen of St Matthews The cere mony will take place at St Jo sephs church next Wednesday and as both bride and groom have many friends and relatives there will be a large gathering to shower thorn with congratulations Miss Catherine Cannon and William J Heffernan were united In marriage Wednesday evening at the Cathedral of the Assumption Rev Father Rock officiating and a reception was held at the home of the grooms parents Mr and Mrs DJ Heffernan 2619 West Chest nut street Thursday morning the happy couple left for a bridal tour to New York and other Eastern pointsINDIANAS CANDIDATE Hon Maurice Donnelly Past County President of Indianapolis Ind is being urged to allow his name to bb presented for Nationa President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians at tho national conven tion at Norfolk during the week of July 20 His name was sprung suddenly for National Vice President at the last convention at Chicago two years ago and he got an ex traordinary vote coming very near defeating Joseph McLaughlin of Philadelphia the present Incumbent thougb ho was In no sense a candi date Maurice Donnelly was born In Kerry Ireland fiftythree years ago and was compelled to leave the old country In hot haste in the troubled times of 1879 when the Land League agitation was at Its height He Is a man of wide in fluence in his adopted State He Is President of the Northwest Ranchini Company a Director of the Wabash Realty Company and Treasurer of the Denison Hotel Company of Indianapolis Mr Donnelly is a mat of striking appearance splendid stature and an eloquent speaker He was last week elected one of the three Indianapolis delegates to the A 0 H national convention It 1908 he was Chairman of the ar rangements committee for the great national convention held in Indian apolis the most successful the Hibernians ever held anywhere SUMMER IN DUBLIN Mrs Fred Harlg and children Miss Mary Teresa Hang and Master Antony Hang will leave June 28 for New York from where they will sail July 1 to spend the summer With Mrs hangs mother Mrs Teresa Doyle In Dublin Ireland CJOES TO IRVINGTON Jerry J Driscoll who has been connected with the freight depart ment of the Henderson route has Just been appointed special agent for that road with headquarters at Irvlngton Ky succeeding J M Tay lor who has been appointed local freight agent in this city For the present Mr Driscoll will report to I the Louisville office and spend the weekend here but later on will probably move his family to Irving- ton PLEASED THEIR FRIENDS Last Monday and Tuesday even- Ings the St Williams Dramatic Club presented their third play Madame do Charnys Beauty Par lor at OConnell Hall West Oak street The hall was tilled with the many friends of the pastor Rev George M Connor who has been eagerly watching the development of the histrionic powers of the mem bers of this embyronlc club under his masterly supervision Father Connor is a connoisseur in dramatic art and hols especially gifted in music and has a natural poetic appreciation for the classics He is beloved by his congregation who work in harmony for the benefit of the church The children of St Williams school presented their part of the entertainment before the play and their graceful movements In the drill showed careful training by the Sisters who taught them The big audience was highly1 pleased with the clubs work and desires the performance repeated HONORED FOR HEROISM Among the names of those recommended by Admiral Fletcher for special individual heroism at Vera Cruz Is noticed Hartigan Fogarty teilly Walsh Lannon McDonnell Cantwell and Grady If there were my members of the Guardians of 1fight1 dmlral failed to mention any of them for conspicuous bravery when ravery wee needed Its a mfe41 wrtllrw not one of them ln he zono of dasyir fr Q RIVER VIEWLttlsvHIes Great Amtsimint Park OPEN FOR THE SEASOI AFTERNOON ADMISSION EREE Free Open Air Musical Guzzardis Orchestra High Class Vaudeville Singer Mr Dlefanbach is again in charge tof the Spotless Kitchen Night admission five cents children accompanied by parents free ONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Xtragood VaudevilleA- ND Free Concerts by Natiellos Ban The Big Sanitary Swimming Pool opens today Reserved teats on sale at T P Taylc Drug Co No 3 Fourth near Walnut PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FO Picnics Social Outings This beautiful Park has been greatly Improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies aJd parties should consult the tnanngcinei of Phoenix Hill before closing contract TARRY DECKER Assistant Manager 75c to Cincinnatii 100 For the Round Trip ON STEAMERS City of Louisville City of Cincinnal Every Saturday at 5 P M 50c Meet the Boat Trip Every Sunday at 9 A M IMUR OP COL1IB51S e Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Else where Toledo Council with 1068 mom bare la the largest in Ohio The three degrees were conferre on a class of about 100 at Toledo There will be a fourth degree exemplification at Memphis on July 5 About 500 Knights witnessed the nitiatlon of sixty candidates at Sioux City Newport Council expects to occup Its new home by the end of this nonthDuring the last year Ohios membership gain was 1628 tho total tow being 14808 Omaha Knights have voted to give the children of St James Orphanag 11 picnic during the summer Examinations for the nine scholarships established by the New Yorl tats Council are being held today The big event in Ohio last wool was the fourth degree exemplification for 100 candidates at Cleveland Unless there is a slip the cornerstone of tho new 60000 club house at Portland Ore will be laid 01 Jolumbus day Knights of the Albany diocese wll present Bishop Burke 5000 for the- educatlon of clergy in commemoration of his golden jubilee Memphis Knights have just added fifty to their number which they want to make 500 before anuary 1 mpllflcatlon at Memphis on July 5 The Knights of Hartlngton Neb celebrated their seventh anniversary by a large Increase of new members amI a banquet at which Bishop Tilten was the principal speaker Enthused by the election of Will lam P Larkin to the office of State Deputy New York City Knights will make special efforts to raise funds- for the proposed general headquarters RECENT DEATHS Tho funeral of Frank Courte son orr Nicholas Courte 2529 St Xavier street was held Tuesday morning from St Anthonys church De ceased was nineteen years of age and some time ago fell victim to dread tuberculosis Miss Maggie Ryan daughter of Annlo and tho lato Patrick Ryan was called to her eternal rest early onday morning She was the sls- terof Mrs Anne McGrath 941 South tfth street Her funeral toook place Wednesday morning from St Louis ertrands church Charles B Phillips for many years an employe of B F Avery Sons and a well known member of 8t Patricks congregation died Tuesday afternoon at his home 218 South Twentyfirst street following a six months illness of tuberculosis Surviving him are his wife Mrs Sarah Anne Phillips four sons James M Charles E Jr George C- and Louts F Phillips of Detroit a daughter Miss Margaret Phillips a- brother Scott Phillips nda sister Mn John Harvey Funeral services were held Friday morning Rev Father Cronin celebrating the znasai or requiemLAWN PARTY- A lawn party for the benefit of st CoIumbRs new school will be- glven 6a the church lawn at Thirty flfUl and Market streets next Mon- daY Jtine 82 Xuclueandlottow- l11be played both aft Boouand- ellhta1id supper will IHJ ayred CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These arc the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisvile Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic OFFICIAL ROUTE TO CINCINNATI ACCOUNT CONVENTION KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN S375ROUND TRIPS375SPECIAL TRAIN leaves Union Station 800 a m June 21 For further particulars apply CITY TICKET OFFICE 453 South Fourth Avenue Both ilrISIIJIIIIS + IIIStCIIIIIIIIIISlaIIIIIIIIIIBlltl STEWART DRY GOODS CO INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS Miss Sadie O Doyle has recently assumed charge of our Book and Stationery Department and is splendidly prepared to supply tho needs and wishes of her friends in correct stationery and engraving and an endless variety of books in all editions bindings and prices Take advantage of our colossal buying power ROSARY SPECIAL Wo have just received another shipment of our Special F1 Rosary which is mado to order for our Catholic trade and which can not bo duplicated elsewhere The assortment includes Crystal Light Blue Sapphire Garnet Amethyst Jet Moonstone Pearl Emerald Topaz Tho cross and chain are especially heavy and carry a 10year guarantee The decade beads are gold capped Regular value 5 Our special price 1 Each Rosary is put up in white lined box Just the right article for a gift prize or award EUCHRE PLAYERS ATTENTION Broken lots of Tally Cards per dozen 5c Splendid Celluloid Finish Playing Cards per dock10eSpe- cial discount on quantity lots aaa T WHAT OUR CLUB PLAN MEANS TO YOU You can buy OUR QUALILY MERCHANDISE at LOWEST CASH PRICES You can arrange to pay for Carpets Rugs Lin oleums and Draperies in the MOST CONVENIENT MANNER We charge you a club fee of 3 per cent on your purchase This insignificant sum is all the extras the club proposition involves Many people avail themselves of our 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Specially adapted for the economicali toe of natural gas i GEHER 2 SONI ji SjSW Market ices SecwkL D t ONE GLOH1OUS DAY The ninetysecond annual commencement of St Catherines Academy near Springfield took place Tuesday morning In the presence 01 a large number of persons from Springfield Louisville Bnrdstown Lebanon and other cities The da was signalized by a representative meeting of the alumnae In the afternoon and a banquet spread In their honor by the academy att which toasts wore responded to b prominent women from different sections of the country Mathe- Mary Aquln and the Sisters greete- the visitors as thcy arrived o trains automobiles and vehicles The scholastic year just closed ha- been very successful more than 10 pupils having been in attendance There was the usual large numb- of graduates in tho literary an commercial branches The exercises were of a musical and literary nature and the large audience showed by frequent applause iIts appreciation of the efforts of the participants The scholars can0 from all parts of tho country eluding New York Boston and other large cities After the exercises the gusets wore allowed to inspect the needle and art work of the pupils which was on exhibition St Catherines Academy was during the episcopacy of Biaho Plaget At the present time St Catherines Sisters conduct six academies and more than a dozen parochial schools enrolling nearly 6000 children in the archdioceses of Chicago and Boston and the dio ceses of Alton Louisville Nashville Fort Wayne Lincoln and Omaha KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN Elaborate plans have been pre pared for the reception of the Knights of St John of Louisville who will attend the international1 convention of that great order fin Cincinnati next week The Ken Lucky First district commanderles and auxlllarIes1 embracing the Falls Cities have selected tho Louisfille Nashville as the official route which will run a special train leaving Union Station Tenth and Broadway at 8 oclock tomorrow morning an they extend a cordial Invitation to their friends to accompany them From the Falls Cities there will be nine uniformed commanderles an two Ladies Auxiliaries with Col P T Breen at their head About 15000rvisitors are expected in Cincinnati from all parts of the United States Canada Jamaica and Trinidad Mayor Spiegel will deliver the ad dress of welcome at the opening ses sion at Music Hall Four thousand uniformed Knights will take part in the parado Monday night which will1 be reviewed from platforms surrounding the Cathedral The Ken lucky Knights will be hosts of the WednesdayThursday t the Zoo and Thursday night there will be a ball and supper at the Alms Hotel For this occasion a round trip fare of 375 has been secured TAKE UNEXPECTED TURNI Some of the Unionists who have been the strongest supporters of the Ulster volunteers including Andre Bonar Law Lord Robert Cecil an Leopold Charles Amery attacked the Government Tuesday night iin the House of Commons for its failure to suppress the Nationalist volunteers Thoy declared that the Ulster men should have been checked in the beginning This lino of attack elicited laughter from the Liberal side Augustin BIrrell Chief Secre tary for Ireland said that the Nationalists were increasing by 15000 weekly but their purpose was purely defensive The recordII- of 200 years he declared showed the futility of British State prose cutions to suppress public opinion in any quarter of Ireland There was more regard for law there now than i censuri of 288 to 223 HISTORY PRIZES During the commencement exe TrinityHighTrinityHallrepresenting New Albany Council1 Knights of Columbus announced that next year the council will award first and second prizes In history to HolyTrlnltyPICNIC FOR ST LEOS One of the real picnics ot the summer will be that given for the HIghland makthise and this means a day of rare pleasure and excellent meals for all who givenInAT FRENCH LICK CoT James P Whallen Col Frank McGrath Sheriff Charles Cronan and Michael Brennan left Tuesday for French Lick where they will recuperate for ten days and also try to set a new bowling record for the alleys of that resort- CONVALESCENT Mrs Thomas Hannan who reI a operation s been removed to her home Bardstown road and is now 1320I gressing toward recovery to t great relief of her family an friends PLEASANT SURPRISE A pleasant surprise was given N- and Mrs Casper Hill at their home in Carrollton when a large party of friends and neighbors assembled to tender congratulations and celebrate the tenth anniversary of their marriage CROSS SAVES MANY In New York City alone more tnan one hundred and fifty electric elgne are used by the churches Per haps the earnest illuminated church sign was Ji crow placed over Bt Augustines chapel la the lower Manhattan nearly tforty years jago mINlonlnc1 r MENS ffI 1l5t Blue Sergen tsdi forII 10 Goodspr allsizes LEVYS THIRD AND MARKET t SOCIETY DIRECTORY AO H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First miand Third Tuesdays President Thomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mott WalterdCusickdFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTloasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tim Lyons DIVISION 2vMeets First Thursday at St Will Laos Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning ho1l1SentinelThomas Hnnnon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien wRecording Secretary John P Priced liesdslim Jr TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon 1DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial Secretary Thomas J Langan TreasurerPatrick Connolly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rellSenttnelM J McDermott Y A1 X OurMeets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentGeorge J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken ney Second Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial SecretaryWill Cassin Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Raymond E Schott Inside SentinelWilliam Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive CommitteeF G Ad ams George Slmonls Frank Geller W A Link Chas Schuler met men and women who have testified i that the flaming cross on St Augustines was the instrument that turned them from evil lives LATEST IN STYLES A small sunshade with a Loa handle is one of the most graceful parasols of the season Tho Roman striped collars and tunics are among the prettiest fee ures of the new clothes One of the best tailor made models just now is the tunic skirt cut with broad box plaits The fashionable coats all hang as straight from the shoulders as if they were on a coat hanger Green purple yellow dark blue brown and red are all seen combined checksdShoulder are being crocheted of silk and wool to look1 likesscarfs Tassels finish the ends Evening frocks though they dont look any fuller really have a great deal more material in their makeup- A charming girdle effect on a handmade batiste dress was given sim ply by rows of shirring at the waist lineNothing lis prettier among the childrens hats than the little shady affairs tied with ribbons und rthechin Many materials all sheer a used in any one cotton drew T effect is sometlmeB good and corn e times bad r You may spottRII speckle the nJdI I IHISTORIC NAZARKTHi Commencement exercises of Noz areth Academy were held Thur lay a special train for the academy 1In Nelson county leaving Louisville at 7 oclock and arriving In time mir the opening of the programme Vt 930 On Wednesday the alumna gathered for the annual reunion Officers were elected and other busl I ness transacted in the morning and the remainder of the day was devoted to1 social intercourse A ban enIlertalnment RegularAcademicgin Panama Eloise Grace Bland EllenCampbell LucileHessLutzMississippi KentuckyllontimneryOklahoma Kentucky Margaret Anno Morrison Tennessee Winifred Alice OCon LaviniaPutegnl1t CourseMissesDohertyKentucky ArnoldYoungexercises wero Bishop ODonaghue pupilsfromI ENJOYABLE EXCURSIONS Loulsv1llelast ausicesofAmericaand Toll City was one of the most cityespiteweathertourthetripeverybOdygospatsilendersonRoute RlcharcStitesPresident SecretaryReichert Capt Oscar Maler John CentralCommittee FromHawesvllleride to Tell excursionistssidy and his uniformed company and escorted to the park where a band of music greeted the visitors After FatherThles ntheexhibitiondrillille under Capt Maler and the companycommandeds Casidy applauseanother boat ride the cars were again boarded and all arrived home safe and early pleased and anxious for another like day WILL MAKE MERRY The members of the Columbia wUlhavehavebeenweeks and the programme will In bytheanddancingwhich there will be no charge This InItsnaildoaffair followingwill be charged for admission ARCHBISHOPS ANNIVERSARY mtyseconllbirthday 1IostRevdistinguishedwho sails this week for his visit td Archbishop Irelandcatory sermon when Cardinal Logue Ordained KnnsasCity toStbishop on October 13 of that year GERMAN CATHOLIC CONGRESS The General Congress of Catholics InMuenster thathave astogresses One of the features of the annual congresses is the fact that an auditorium is usually specially con structed for the occasion In Muenster they are erecting an auditorium with a seating capacity of more than 8000 The Catholic congresses In Germany have been an Incentive to Catholics in other countries to hold similar national conventions Since the days of the Kulturkampf the Catholics of Germany have become becausegorganizing JUBILEEtFeatures of the golden jubilee Alt ade of 25000 men It will be held flttyfourof the diocese will participate In tho celebration ODDS AGAINST HIM Walter person of JusticeHo thePolleecharge against him being assault LilyDellsbattered complainant three of her witnessesagainstThe Clerk read the warrant be TonueBee and so on The prisoner scratched contemplatingthe witbeprosecutionPiMB partover edIedth fdn j FRANK FEHR ro BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordetr a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Will 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light I Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANN1CORmR- ATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers rSold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flat QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS 7- k Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KT IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE- r OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COf INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY OLDII FORTUNArBOURB0N THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COOORPOnATED DISTILLERSWINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS GUS CADE GIVES Green Trade Stamps With Family Orders For ICE CREAMPHONES Factory 309311 S Second Street BIO LINE OF Photo Cards and Postals Booklets Etc Exclusive Designs First Communion and Con firmation Goods in Endless Variety ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 418 W JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Goods HERRMANN BROS OCFORZ KS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dlitlllen and Wholesale al era In Finest Brandt of Ken tacky Wbiikle especially Pearl of Nelson BOTLED IN BOND TlMkM 1941 214 SIXTH STIlE oraaileedaginetl he got ra guilty 1ul AliOOdDiea are always on the rIfOfdrlla 1- 0u r7 BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- IieleotroPaI Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES6i6i JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 FRED ERHART ARCHITECT y NORTON BUILDING- N W Corner Fourth and Jefferson THE 2 FAVORITES off LoaFsrlllei Pirllcelar Smokers TARPY SPECIAL IOc Cig- arLITTLE AJ5- c Cigars The cigars without an equalin quality and flavor Homemade Unionmad moaeyl1erIe z T W TARPY C 0 MAKKES SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Car Third ui Once Stoy We furmiehtbe home cent plate ea ypaymw WM CALLAflHAN Mgr SUM ftwt d c bL wrl w Jt l tzsH AltIERICAN ITWhatthe Club Plan Is t And What It Means to You The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etcIy I I When you join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per coW of the amount of your purchases for loaning for Instance The membership fee on a 2500 purchase would bo 75c The membership fee on n tJOOO purchase would be 9150I The membership fee on greater purchases would of course be in proportion iou are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For instance on a 2600 purchase iyou pay 250 down in addition to tho 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 When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are pur chased 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 CAIUETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON TilE GLUM PLAN Any further information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer r fully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor II N SONTSTABLISHED IN INCORPORATED WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS i r fli = J The Last Dollar1mi Ii That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a i SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED ill i twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the i dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming II Ky Title Savings Bank Ii 1mFifthOpen Daily Unt11 p nt Saturdays Until 7 p m iI Siira 11080 tjaj i U II 111111111 t M L r Mgr SPECIAL STAMP OFFER GO Surety CouponH with 1 lb of New Blend Mixed Ten nt OOo io Surety Coupons with 2 12 lIH of Now Blend Coffee nt 70o- W Surety COUIIOIIH with 1 lbof Baking Powder at 4Oc JOHN M MULLOY tpxfll W MAI2KIC MTRN BT tpyfxytyitt tttllIIIJ IIIIIIII llltlllllllll Lighting Fixtures I f Probably add more to the appearance and comfort 3 of the home than any other item of furnishing We j advise the purchase or at leant a preliminary selec i tion before having your house wired so that switches J and outlets may be properly placed j You will be amply repay for a visit to our DIs j play Rooms to see the various types of lighting and 3 receive our suggestions j BURDORFBRECHER CO j INCORPORATED ILLUMINATING SPECIALISTS Jefferson Street Bet Fourth and Fifth 114+4 1 +++44444+fI441I34Th 3444+444 TYPEWRITERS d The Royal No 10is the latest most uPto date of all machines it is 5 years ahead I of any other make in newideas for saving the operators time MAKE US PROVE IT I HOME PHONE CITY 367 COMB MAIN I093Y WELLMAN BROS CO 431 WEST JEFFERSON STREET i BIIMNBN iPrtc 1 III S 11111 II Ii 111I1 P BANNOH JR flu Pm i TreK 1I111 S 11I111 HI + LAWRENCE JL VEENEMAN Snrebry IP BANNON PIPE CO Sewer and Culvert Pipe- Barmens Pateat Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Ceplng Drain Tile Vitrified crick Fire Freeing Flue Lining Fire Erick Grate and Beiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tess OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON n H6MKpHONICITyS73M7 CUMB MAIN SO7 C t WORKS IStKBKtilBreek rind M iteUa Avett aj lOtlt A r Y t A 0 HIBERNIANSI I What They Have Been Doing the Pat WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 3 will soon Install shower baths In the new home Division 1 added largely to its treasury Monday night The national convention will con vene at Norfolk July 21 Division 4 will meet next Monday evening at Bertram Hall The County Board will meet weekly from now on until the picnic Ii Dont forget the da e of the County Board picnicTuesday July 21 Division 3s new home Is a source of pride to every member In the cityDivision 3 will meet every Monday night from now on instead of semimonthly The Ladles Auxiliary had cool weather for their hot initiation Wednesday night President Con Ford of Division 2 says his division has taken on a new lease of life The St Patricks day entertain ment at Indianapolis netted the County Board over 700 Monday night Division 3 received five applications and favorable re ports for eight candidates There is a demand for tickets for the Hibernian Social Club moon light excursion on July 14 Members of Division 1 missed Daniel McCarthy and Councilman Tom Dolan from their meeting Every member in the city should pledge himself to sell at least five tickets for the County Board picnic The County Board met at Divis ion 3s hall last night and heard reports from the picnic committee Since the last meeting Division 3 received 254 in donations for the new home That is surely going someBishop Burke will be the celebrant of the mass at the formal opening of the New York State convention in Troy The Hibernian Social Club is ar ranging a number of pleasing feat ures for the moonlight excursion to be given July 14 The A P As In Denver charged that the A O H was behind the kidnapping of Spurgeon their foul mouthed lecturer State President Callan presided at the distribution of 225 awards for work done in Irish history in the Milwaukee parochial schools The two 200 Irish history schol arships provided by the Milwaukee Hibernians were awarded to Miss Ellen Conway and Clinton Mistele Rabbi Alfred C Moses of Mobile has offered to address the local Hibernians at some convenient date In the future on Ireland and home ruleDivision 4 meets Monday night at Bertrand Hall when It Is hoped there will be another large attend ance The proceedings will be full of interestDaniel J McLaughlin of Port land was awarded the scholarship offered by the Oregon State Board of the Ladies Auxiliary for which there were twentyfour contestants The beautiful granite monument erected by the Hibernians to the memory of the late Rev Bernard A Brady In St Josephs cemetery at Yonkers NY was dedicated in the presence of hundreds of members of the order and many friends who assembled to pay tribute to him PLEASANT SURPRISE Frank Dugan our genial and efficient City Wharfmaster was given the surprise of his life last Tuesday On that day the Wharf master celebrated his fortysixth birthday and as an appreciation a number of his friends assembled at his once and while extending con gratulations Attorney James P Reedy stepped forward and In a short but happy speech presented Mr Dugan with a handsome and costly gold watch and chain Frank was at a loss for words to express his feelings and it was some time before he recovered from his sur prise FAVORITES AT RIVERVIKNV 1 The management of Rivervlew Park announces that Elsie Tuell Smith Louisvilles favorite sInger will be one of the attractions for next week beginning with the after noon performance of the free out door musicals Mrs Smith while on the stage was known as The Kentucky Girl and received many flattering press notices from East I ern critics Besides Elsie Tuell Smith there will be three other I song birds on the programme next week Miss aiadge Francis the lyric singIIngMezzo contralto have been engaged for another week- CLOSING EXERCISES The pupils of St Anns school will hold their closing exerciseS in the school hall Seventh and Davies avenue next Monday evening begin ning at 8 oclock In addition tp a programme of recitations and mti slcal numbers there will be three little playlets by the pupils entitled Advertising For Help Old Glory and The Reverse of the Medal Tickets of admission twentyflvo cents SOME INITIATION Passersby in the neighborhood of Seventh and Oak streets Monday night stopped to rub their eyes and look again before they could believe their sight Sitting on the curb stone was a figure dressed In Mardi Gras costume with a short pole and line industriously fishing in a big bucket utterly oblivious to the gaping crowd around and watching faithfully for a nibble on his line After quite a while the fisherman seemingly satisfied wended his way in Seventh street followed by a large crowd where at the next corner he met another fjgure in the same outlandish oofetume kneeling on the sidewalk laboriously trying to toll a=peanut with a toothpick f n i 1 Epileptic Fib 4 Qolcondo Nev April 1919 Mace I took Pastor Koenlga Nervo Too I had no more epileptic fits since the spring of 1811 and in Juno I began to work again Before that time everybody was afraid work be eMM I bad fits nearevery day In a few years but now they all want me to work for them because they know mead eee how I am now The Tonic Is iinotpraise enoughWaltertUeardWonderfuli Qrandrlew R 1 Wash Aug 1912 I bad epaepllo fits flVef7 two or three weeks since S3 years of which doctors could not cure me bUt since I took Pas tor Koenlge Nerve Tonic I had no at tack In two yean lUI Theeeftecct no long aTl take the Tonlo wonderful Mrs J 8 Griffin FREEA Valuable Book on Ner Disease tad a Sampl to any eddrao Poor pt alto ttet the raedtdoo tree Papered by RsvFAraa1Kouno I Fort Wayne loA tine Wilt nd now by the I KOENIG MED CO Chicago DL 62 W Lon Street aarpuzbma- loll by DmMUtit Sl rbottl6forULiUBUe 1781 BotUai for S9 I Alter several spectators had suggested having the two arrested on a I lunacy charge it developed that they were only complying with part of the initiation of the Young Mens i Social Club and that the fisherman was Andy Westerman the crack catcher while the peanut roller was I George Gibney the fleet outfielder both of the TwJn City Baseball League AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His I tory of America By James A Rooney June 21 1888 Catholic University of Santiago Chile established by Archbishop Mariano Casanova opened March 1889 first rector Bishop Joaquln Larraln Guada rillas who devoted to It his large private fortune June 22 1552 The Right Rev Pedro Fernandes Sardlnha firstI Bishop of JJahta Brazil arrived at his see which was established by Pope Julius III February 25 1651 Bishop murdered by In dians June 16 1550 June 23 1845 The Right Rev I Juan Augustin Boneo first and present Bishop of Santa Fe Argentine Republic born at I Buenos Aires see established January 27 1898 June 24 1829 The Rev John Bap tint Hogan S S better known as I Abbe Hogan born near Ennis County Clare Ireland first I President of iBoston Theological I tlieologyII 1901- June 25 1858 The Right Rev Anthony ORegan appointed titular Bishop of Dora on his res ignation as third Bishop of Chi cago having been consecrated July 25 1854 to succeed Bishop Van de Velde who was trans ferred to diocese of Natchez died In London November 13 18GC June 26 1870 Arrival of six Sis ters of Mercy from Ennis Irelandt to take charge of St Rose of Limas School Meriden Conn built by Father Thomas Walsh in I 1874 June 27 1801 Death of Com mander James Harman Ward U SoN convert killed in action at Matthias Point Va first naval officer to give his life for his country in civil war born In Hartford Conn September 25 1806 where he was buried from St Patricks church Bishop Mc Farland officiatingCepyrlghtT- 1VIN CITY LEAGUE The games In tho Catholic Baseball League last Sunday were all of the hair raising order four contests being won by one score the TrinityI team defeating the K of C team by I a score of 9 to 8 the Bruins defeat- IngI the Shamrocks by 7 to 6 while t the Champions won the prettiest contest of the season over the Imperials i in a 1 to 0 game The slugging I game of the day was between I 1the Mackln and Olympic teams the latter winning by a score of 14 to 13 the fielders working overtime chasing long distance swats The only disagreeable feature of the Sunday contests was the peevish action of the Bruin teams manage ment in refuslng to place their regular team in tho field as a pro test to Umpire Fontana who had been upheld by President Relchert and in all likelihood Manager Wag ner of the Bruins will resign and the management be given to Jack Sheehan who borrowed five players from the other teams in order not to disrupt the reguluar schedule There can and should be no defense of Wagners action he not seeming to realize that the first principle of good baseball and clean sportman ship is discipline and support of the officials in all of their actions The schedule for tomorrow is as follows Trinity VB Bruins Olympics vs Shamrocks K of C vs Imperials and Champions vs Mackln The standing to date Club Won Lost Pet Olympics 7 1 875 Champions 7 1 8- 75Brules6 2 750 Shamrocks 4 4 500 Trinity 3 5 375 MacUIn 2 6 250 Imperials 2 6 250 Knights Columbus l 7 125 PEWEE VALLEY PICNIC At the picnic to be given for the benefit of the new St Aloysius church Pewee Valley on Thursday July 16 a 400 solitaire diamond ring will be awarded The ring will be on exhibition at Victor Lorchs Jewelry store 244 East Market from June 23 to June 30 and at John Strubels jewelry store 340 East Market from July 3 to July 9 Tickets will be twentyfive cents and can be had at the following places Rogers Church Goods Company 418 Went Jefferson the Wwee1 Bchnelderhahn 538 Fehr avenue and the liorchi and 4fltrUbeJJ iawelrrlstore i 4i IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Most Rev Dr Harty has been pre sented with a beautiful motor car riage by the priests of the Archdio cese of Cashel Pat Breadth locally known as Pat of Columcllles Prophecy has died at Mohlll County Leitrlm at the great age of 114 years In the election for County Coun cillor for the Dunlavln division of Wlcklow J Dunne was returned by 242 to 178 votes for E J Lawlor The Thomond Fels held at Lim erick attracted people from every part of Munster At the closing ex ercises there was an enormous crowd presentAfter a service of fortyone years Llsmoro Guardians have accepted the resignation of Dr Gabriel OConnell Redmond of Cappoquln dispensary districtThe people of Garvagh are heart and soul in the Volunteer movement There are over 400 disciplined men in the district and the majority are fully armed Deep regret is felt in Carlow at the death of Miss Kitty Dreen Oak park As a member of the Postofllco staff she was well known In Dublin Ferns and Carlow Owen Boland Monasterevan has on the motion of J Sunderland sec onded by C Bergln been unan- Imously elected a rato collector by the Klldaro County Council The death has occurred at Lough rea of Patrick Mitchell at an ad vanced age lie was father of the Rev F Mitchell and was one of this oldest residents of the town The death of Miss Birdie OBrien of Curraghroache the result of burn ing injuries sustained while boiling wax and turpentine has caused gen eral regret in the Dungarvan district Deep regret is felt in County Cork at the death of Timothy Hennessy who was a member of the Cork Town Council for a considerable period and also a leading member of the Board of Guardians After twentyone years In religion Sister Mary Magdalen Maher of the Presentation Convent Carlow has passed to her reward She was one of the most efficient teachers of the excellent convent staff At a meeting in the Mansion House Dublin it was decided to hold a public celebration of the Battle of Clontarf It was suggested to Invite the Irish Natloanl Volunteers and the Ulster Volunteers to take part in the celebration The Into J Cunningham of Kit keel County Down and formerly of Jagersfontein South Africa left 2500 fora bell for the Catholic church of Massforth Kilkcel and 2500 for repairs to the Catholic church at Attlcall Kilkeel The death has taken place at tho parochial house Skreen County SlIgo of the Very Rev Patrick Canon McNulty The deceased clergyman who had reached an ad vanced age was a respected mem ber of the chapter of the diocese of Klllala The Bantry District Council unanimously passed a resolution congratulating Very Rev Canon Cohalan on the appointment of his brother as assistant Bishop of Cork and offer their reverence and respect to Very Rev Dr Cohalan on such appointmentA ranch situated between Granard and Balllnalee known as the Clonflu ranch on the acquiredbyhas now been divided into fifteen haveIGOOD FERRY BILL Heading next weeks programme at Fontaine Ferry is Fred J Ardath and Company preesntlng Hiram doIEugeneImusicaltWhiteheadlofferssquirrel food Another comedy act Is Sam Barton billed as the King of Bike Comedians The Two Sall completetheITAOJH RREWERS The Louisville ball club finish their series at Kansas City this afternoon and then jump to Mil beginningtomorrow doubleheader will be played Mil waukee has been fighting desperately to retain first position and with Louisville their strongest contender these games are sure to be hotly pitchersbattlesToney and Northrop against Hovllk Dougherty and Slapnlcka which Is pretty near an even break from that stnadpolnt but the Colonels lead them seven points in fieldllng and nine points in batting this giving them a slight edge in case of close games Tho strikeout record of Loudermilk this year is remarkable having struck out 115 men In tho 116 innings pitched thus far Walter Johnson of tho Washington team In the same number of Innings only fanning sixtyfour men this being tho highest in the American League while Cheney the former Louisville twlrler now with Chicago has a record of sixtythree for 141 innings pitched being the highest In the National League Owner Wathen Is endeavoring to have the Indianapolis game of next Sunday transferred here and this would be a good move as tho fans have gotten A little hun gry for baseball especially Hcause of tho good road showing HUNG JURY The jury in tho case of Robert Owens one of the ten defendants at Denver Colo charged with abducting Otis L Spurgeon the traducer of priests nuns and the Catholic religion reported disagreement and was discharged Owens was the first defendant to be tried The jury was eompoeell entirely of nonCatK- Oil trlt 1II iJ I Uilil II II If U I II I Ii II +U II t 1111 H II SIll I 11111111 HERMAN STRAUS SONS g Ifo rOURTH AveNue INCOHPPlAT D MARKET STREET EMBROIDERYFOR CONFIRMATION DRESSES Beautiful Highclass 27inch Embroidery Flouncings and 22 Allover About half of this lot is handloom goods dainty baby flouncings tlauen 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 All handloom goods the finest made on the new sheer cloth hemstitched and scalloped edges 27 inches wide Worth 1 to 150 for 59c per yard Batiste and Plauen Lace Flouncing 27 inches wide Worth 1 to 125 for 59c per yard Handsome Snowy Swiss FlouncingIn floral patterns Worth 1 to 198 for 59c per yard 22Inch Swiss Allover Embroidery JQ neat and showy designs Handsome goods Worth 1 to 198 for 59c yard We Give and Redeem ProfitSharing Certificates r For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE f t 425 427 and 429 East Market Street u I PHONESOUTH IIOL1f 25w INCORPORATEDJ i ipi HAVE YOU TRIED CAMPS K Lunch i 1UncorDOratedii IT SERVES YOU RIGHT Famous for Good Things to Eat We also serve lunches and banquets for lodges and clubs 322 WEST JEFFERSON 542 S FOURTH AVENUE 209 S FIFTH 913 WEST BROADWAY xwwwas tt GERMAN BAIVKi iWeAre Now Occupying Our QUARTERSZi 124 SOUTH FIFTH STREETBETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET i Pending erection of our new building at Fifth and Market otooKH lloHoHo tooH H++ 1o I 1H+J+++ + oHo +I- II FRANK A OHLMANN GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES iiYou Can Make a Square Meal oo Our Round Steak Camb PfctM Main 967a Home Phone City 5252 QQQ Franklin Street J+ + + + + + +++t++ +i bMbMt o1 N3 314II- i 0t i HOME PHONE 6771L is L ELYMSONI Wines and Liquor for Family Use Cor Eighth and Oak Sts Louisville Ky tt4tot o1ototot to t tr + t + F AWNINOSANoTENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mall promptly attended to Estimates cheerfully furnished Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES2427 120 N THIRD ST it 3