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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 15 1916. 469,701 412,190 275,000 261,000 257,400 249,426 171,871 140,573 134,000 131,638 126,980 120,761 103,471 one, tho recognition of Cnrrnnzn. be- PRICE FIVE CENTS. ing a grievous mistake, nnd that this is truo is seen in tho attitude of Roosevelt, nho, always ready to take tho popular side of an issue, ius nliendy advertised his disapproval of the administration's Mexican policy. But summing it nil up, The Seaman's Friend Society Rennd unless thero is n miraculous ceives Governmental Gift change in tho opinions of tho lenders, Wilson will again bo tho nomof Laud. inee of tho Democrats, nnd in all probability Roosevelt will carry tho Ucpublicnn standard." CATHOLICS i.j. Connecticut Island Maryland ISTHMUS New Mexico Under the Protection of the Stars New Hampshire Maine nnd Stripes Arc' Almost Kansas 25,000,000. Nebraska Indiana Kentucky North Dakota, Colorado 110,384 ts 4k dropped its Progressive mask and always a big event, but Louisville will be found supporting tho Rough will be fully prepared and the delegates and visitors will be received Rider and the local Chilton-Searc- y combination, although the latter One Archbishop, Ten Bishops and entertained in the manner that confessed that they had handplcked has won fame for Kentucky. While and Over Three Hundred men as members, of tho forty-foall the details have not been worked Away. Republican Committee the local out it Is safe to say there will bo & I4.TJK, v Priests Pass ?S ywr?Jv ?LTvJ5BBF j8Bpsatf$sI? power to select the nominees with "something doing" from the opening In local and other elections. DeSunday afternoon to the close. spite this you will find the Herald Chairman Reichort and the Eecutlvo referring to bosslsm In tho DemoCommittee held another enthusiastic CATH0LICDIRECTORYSTAT1ST1CS cratic party. meeting at St. John's Hall, when Speaking of local politics, tho further progress was made in arGeneral Council, for the good of all ranging the programme. Nlc Bos concerned, should smother tho orler reported that Col. R. W. Brown dinance introduced by Councilman There are 1G, 564,109 Catholics in and the Convention and Publicity Rosenberg, In which he Is endeavorContinental United States according League would assist tho Executive ing to give school janitors the pow GETTING INTO THE ROUGH COUNTRY. to advance sheets of the 1910 edi- Committee In every away possible. number of Representatives of The United States troopers are now In tho mquntainous districts of Mexico following tho trail of ers of police. IsThat this would bo tion of "The Official Catholic Dino gave promise of hearty abused there rectory," published and copyrighted branches and a promise of substan- Villa. From tho heat of the plains to thb cold of tho mountains has been ono of tho unexpected hard- school janitors today doubt, a as tho pretty support form by P. J. Kennedy & Sons, Barclay tial assistance was made for the ships for the soldiers. good political organization In themo With street, New York. selves, and with the powers of po The opening Committee. dioceses reporting increases, six dio- Central exorbitant prices! for recruiting adlice they would make trouble in lo mass will be held at the Cathedral ceses showing decreases, and with and will bo attended by the Knights vertisements, anu"2every man who cal elections. e archdioceses and dio- of Columbus, whose State conven makes a recruiting speech, from ceses making no change in the tion will open that day. Tne it. oi TRINITY COUNCIL NOTES. John Redmond dflWnt.is paid for do- figure, the increase in C. population Itlp. en " 1' Vi Invited the have during the Knights to bo their guests Catholic the number of Catholics A large representation of Trinity at tho year 1915 is shown to bo 254,799. recention and smoker on May 8 Council, Y. M I., received holy RECENT! DEATHS. may not satisfy the criti- and also at the dance on tho even- Issues Statement of His AppearThis figure Would Insure Harmony by Elim communion at St. Aloyslus church be- rememcal observer, but it must Sunday morning and Rev. Father ing following. Other social features The funeral of John HInes, who ance Before New York Fedinating llnldeman-Wood-so- n bered that it is impossible for all will bo a theater party and buffet O'Grady, the Chaplain, compliment died Sunday of 'paralysis at tho to luncheon, together with a trip over of the archdioceses and dioceses ed the council on its showing. At eral Grand Jurj . Controversj . home of his brotherMn-law- , A. M. take a new census each year. To the city and a dinner at ono of tho the meeting Monday evening the Sheehan, 1837 Ormsby avenue, took the figure 16,564,109 could be add- parks. proposed membership campaign was A number of committees place Tuesday morning from St. ed, according to Joseph H. Meier, were named and requested to rediscussed, the start to be made next George's church, Rev. Father Weiss the compiler, who has been study- port at a general meeting called for Gaelic American Kditor Gives saying the requiem mass. Mr. Hlnes Tlio Latest AVatcrloo of Percy Monday, and the plan of campaign ing Catholic population figures for Friday night. Tho programme will was threshed out thoroughly at a was forty years old and is survived over ten years, at least 1,656,410, soon be completed and will bo pubLie to Statements of Iiritish Haly Forever Kills His State meeting of the workers held In by a son, James P. Hlnes. representing the floating Catholic lished in full in these columns. It Tyler Hotel Thursday evening in Agents. Prestige.; population of the United States. No is expected that tho Supreme officonnection with a buffet luncheon. John Davln, aged thhty and records are kept of the floating cers and trustees will bo In session Past Grand Knight William Klap- widely known In the West End, Catholic population and the 10 per here for several days before tho heke will address the council on tho succumbed to pneumonia Tuesday cent, would represent a very con- opening of the convention, which Accuses England of night at his home, 1823 Portland Louisville Herald to Ue Organ popular subject of "Preparedness" servative addition. Adding this 10 will bring many to Louisville. Monday evening and the Literary avenue. He was unmarried and per cent, would increaso the CathLending Spy to Swear FalseCommittee requests a full attendof Local Itcpuhlican Orhad been engaged in the upholsterolic figure to over eighteen millions. success. ance. President Ben Sandmann re mission ing business. Surviving him aro ly in Tliis Country. Instead of deducting 15 per cent, ganization. quests the members who are Ir his mother, Mrs. Margaret Davin; for children and infants, as is freregular in attendance to call and The two weeks mission at St. three brothers, Robert A., Peter V. quently done by statisticians, Mr. William's church. Thirteenth and seo the many repairs and improve and Frank Davin, and three sisters, Meier believes that 10 per cent, Oak, conducted by the Passionlst ments made in the club house, Mrs. William R. Burke, Mrs. John bo added to arrive at the should Adelbert and coupled population figure of missionaries. Father nome to a sol REFERS TO BRITISH METHODS T. Smith and Miss May Davln. Tho ROSENBERG'S UNWISEORDINANCE whichrefurnishingwith the renovation real Catholic i?ntvinr tvi win. will has made the inand funeral was held yesterday morning must bo un- emn close tomorow night with the tho United-- States. It terior very inviting. The Trinity from St. Patrick's church. figures derstood of course that the ev. or tne 1'apai messing. ball team, under the leadership of shown in "The Official Catholic Di- bestowal Pfinnnr thft TlilRtor. Is rltrYrm "Bob" Kaiser, will begin the sea Tho funeral of J. Frank Brown-fielJohn Devoy, editor of the Gaelic figures fur- elated over the results, as this has rectory" are exactly tho Kentucky Democrats aro pleased son in the Twin City League tomor tho venerable father of Mrs. American, takes exception to pubnished by tho Chancery officials. No proved the most successful mission reports of his appearance un- J. J. Caffrey, 1320 South Kloyd with the harmony plans drafted this row, meeting the Bertrand Club, additions are made for floating pop- gh-econven and Adam Schneider, Dan Hennessy. week since tho parish was founded. lished the coming mornulation. For that reason the figure This week was for tho men and der subpoena before tho Federal street, tookSt.place yesterday church, tion, for It is now anState ing from EJhillp Neri and assured fact John Cunlff and vie Ecker will lead as ornrv niirhf tho r.hnreh was crowd grand jury on Friday. Characterizin the 1916 edition is given Rev. Father Ackermann conducting that thegStanley-Jame- s faction will a gang of loyal rooters at the 16,564,109. been ing all the newspaper, accounts as Mr. Brown-fiel- d dominate the Including the Catholics of Iho ed. The Interest that, hastne iaci "TmToTfecttanorS5me as "malignant the solemnserrices. convention. " There grounds. taken may be gleaned trom had been ill for three months, is only one part of tho intended pro Island possessions of tho United saloons in that vicinity all Inventions," he wrote a letter setting States it is found, according to the that thewhile tho. evening services forth the reasons for his opinion and due to his advanced age. Besides gramme that will not be entirely ac closed Mrs. Caffrey ho 1916 edition of "Tho Official Cath- were being held. sent copies of it to tho newspapers. daughter, Miss Ora leaves another ceptable to all, and that Is if tho Brownfleld, olic Directory" that there are it Commenting on the statement that threo sons, J. L., R. T. and H. and men in control insist, as Halde-ma-is E. n 24,922,062 Catholics under tho Federal authorities believed ho could Brownfleld. He was widely known rumored, on electing W. B. as National Committeeman to United States flag. In the United give valuable Information "as to and held In high esteem. Tho Halde- succeed Urey Woodson. States proper there are 16,564,109: whether or not certain prominent controversy in the Philippines there are Irishmen here have been led by their Mrs. Elizabeth Wiegand, widow through tho pi ess all winter carried was a 7,285,458. Tho additional 1.072,465 hatred of England to give aid to of Casper Wiegand and ono of tho disturbing factor disare in Alaska, tho Canal Zone, in German agents In this country," Mr. oldest members of St. Boniface sension throughoutand created and Guam, in American Samoa, in tho rank Devoy wrote: Wednesday file of tho party, andthe either of died congregation, if Hawaiian Islands and in Porto Rico. "The Federal authorities appar- morning at her home, 1022 Marshall these two gentlemen can not see that v bsbhbsmr The 1916 directory shows theroforo 1 appeared street. Wiegand, who was they owe it to the "Democratic party ently believed that before Mrs. that there are almost twenty-fiv- e was most of her life to eliminate themselves from tho before the grand jury, but if they eighty-thremillions of Catholics under tho probelievo it now it will be In spite oi a resident of this city, where she foreground in the coming conventection of tho Stars and Stripes. was most favorably known. She tion then it should be the duty of the evidence I gave." Death laid a heavy hand on AmeriMr. Devoy says it' is not truo that leaves four daughters, Miss Theresa the delegates present for the good can prelates and priests during tho he was summoned to tell whether Wiegand, Mrs. Louisa Christman, of tho party to perform such act. year 1915 and not in a scoro of any of tho money expended by Franz Mrs. Richard Kochenrath and Mrs. Neither of tho controversants has years have so many changes taken place. Ono Archbishop and ten Rlntelen, the German agent, reached George Dalloy; a son, Frank Wie- a strangle hold, so to speak, on tho Bishops passed away and according tho Irish weekly newspapers for pro- gand, and many grandchildren. Tho affections of tho Domocratlo voters to the necrology section of the prespaganda work. "Tho statement Is a funeral will take placo this morning. and all can agree perfectly in awarding the honors of National ent edition 321 priests went to their lie," says his letter, "made out of a reMrs. eternal reward. whole cloth for tho deliberate pur- spected Wilhelminla of Sauer, Peter's Committeeman to any other man of member St. party. With tho eliminCatholics will bo Interested In tho pose of deceiving the public. I am Monday at rank in the fact that tho publishers are trying nqt at liberty to state what occurred church, died2025 Maploafternoon fol- ation of this controversy tho constreet, her home, numto secure figures showing the In the grand jury room, but If I lowing an illness of short duration. vention Is sure to bo harmonious ber of converts received Into the could do so it would effectually re- She was a loving and devoted and steps can be taken to campaign church during tho year. This Is a fute that falsehood. I can only say mother and was over ready to as- (n earnest to secure a big majority most interesting item. The ChanIt was that I am qulto satisfied with the re- sist her neighbors in illness or dis- for Wilson In Novomber. sixty-nin- e cery officials of archdiosult and that I have every reason tress. She is survived by two sons, suggested in theso columns several ceses and dioceses have furnished of to believo that Assistant District At- John E. and Frank Sauer. and five weeks ago that In recognition orthese figures for tho 1916 volume the Fifth district torney Wood and the grand jury aro daughtors, Mrs. J. Washer, Mrs. tho services of tho past two elections and tho number of converts in these MRS. POINCARE. not dissatisfied. To me they pre- L. Lane, Mrs. L. Kircher, Mrs. J. ganizations inP. Whallen sixty-nin- e dioceses is 19,009. or Col. It Wlfo of President of France, fresented a striking and very pleasing Rousaldlo and Miss Emma Sauer. Col. James must bo noted In this connection, iMM25SMBMHEa3ffaMwMsM7 Frank McGrath should be chosen as contrast to the English bodies in With solemn mas3 of requiem her one of tho delegates to the national quent visitor to military hospitals. however, that many inffcmSnt"Utdh-dlocese- s funeral was held Thursday morning. convention, and on Thursday tho Ireland which perform the same kind PRESIDENT POINCARE. and dioceses did not furORPHANS TO BE TREATED. predicts that thero is a nish figures for converts. No conPresident of France, devoted to of function. I feel at liberty to mendeath of Miss Times The unexpected tion ono incident which occurred in vert figures were reported by New wounded soldiers. movement on foot to select Col. Friends of St. Thomas and St. the grand jury room after my ex- Cecilia Fritsch on Monday morning Whallen. York, Chicago, Boston, St. Louis, Asylums aro busy Vincent amination was concluded. Mr. Wood at her home, 428 East Chestnut St. Paul, San Francisco, Brooklyn, Several years ago the Kentucky arranging Orphanannual Easter treat 'TIN soldiers: tho Buffalo, asked mo what was my opinion of street, causes a void in her imme- Irish Amorlcan ridiculed the idea Hartford, Newark and diate circle, the Young Ladies' So- of Democrats bowing in suppllanco and egg hunt for tne cnuaren or. twenty-tw- o Consetho case. I replied as follows: other dioceses. Mackin Council, Y. M. I., Is Thjs year tho " 'My opinion is this: This man dality and St. Boniface church choir to the wishes of Percy Haly, It be- these institutions. upon all Bides quently the figure 19,009 would be concratulated been the Increased by many thousands if all over tho fact that tho Choral Club Taylor, or von der Goltz, or what- and congregation. How dearly sho ing stated then that ho was a very girls, who have heretofore will visit was attested by the much of these important centers furnished was successful in securing politician and that hostesses at St. Vincent's, Miss ever his name is, was caught fts a was loved d and tho the necessary figures. Susan Christoph to star in Aulyn German spy in England and sen- friends that thronged her home his success was duo to the fact that tho boys at St. Thomas,thero and death to ho was given free reign in dis- public is Invited to be In this edition of the Catholic di Kanston's newest musical play, "Tin tenced to be shot. He purchased his from tho day of her was borne rectory It is shown that there aro Soldiers," to be presented at Mac- - ilfo by agreeing to betray his own Wednesday, when sho pio under both tho Beck- add to the happiness of tho little Catholics Many charitable forever. tributing McCreary administrations. ones. 19,572 Catholic clergymen in the auley'a on May 15 to 17. Miss country. IT is lent by tho British from St. Boniface church by ham and her In discussing Haly's plans last year have never visited St. Thomas AsyUnited States. Of theso 14,318 are Christoph will compare favorably Government to tho American Govern- Miss Fritsch is survived Barbara Fritsch; four the Cincinnati Enquirer correspond- lum, and they are urged to go out secular clergy, while 5,254 are reg- with the best vocalist in Louisville ment to help make out a case against mother, Mrs. two brothers, William ent roferred to clergy, that is members of re- and her wonderful voice is" the re- the Germans here. The papers say sisters and ular sarcastically as and seo for themselves the gyd Fritsch, with the Ohio River Sand a "kingmaker" himpolitics, but the work that is being done by tho ligious orders. The publication also sult of a number of years of study he is accompanied by in a Scotland Company, and Leo Fritsch, with tho sarcasm was wasted on some, who Catholic Orphan Society. They are lists 10,058 Catholic churches with and training under Prof. Anthony Yard a detective and priests; 5,105 mission Mohlengraft. The manageemnt of a prisoner. He is is still practically New York office of the Louisville & accepted it literally and followed asked to remembor that whilo all resident testifying under Nashville railroad. month olghty-flv- o churches; seminaries "Tin Soldiers." as a result or per Haly and Beckham blindly when quaiter a women is but little, if will only do their with 6,201 students studying for sistent efforts, finally prevailed on the direction and instruction of the they splected McChesney as their men and QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. when this sum is the priesthood; 112 homes for aged; Prof. Mohlengraft to allow Miss English detective, and of course ho candidate for Governor. It is un- share work will continue. asked the Tho sogood 210 colleges for boys; 685 acad- Christoph to appear In tho leading swears anything they want him to necessary to add how tho read this to The Queeh's Daughters held a emies for girls and 5,588 parochial role. At the concerts held during swear. I know that class of men candldato was burled in ciety appeals theirall who to become minds In these parochial schools tho past two years by the Catholic from my experience In England, well attended aud interesting meet- the primary by Democratic votes, teo make up schools. there aro enrolled 1,497,949 chil- Choral Union, where Miss Christoph where I was in prison for five years. ing Friday afternoon, when Mrs. in tho recent sessions of tho Gen- members of their parish branch at Bards-tow- n D- sang with much success, her voice know British methods, and that Matthew O'Doherty was elected eral Assembly dren. "The Official Catholic Haly again "was once. Visitors will take the road car to Carter avenue. irectory" furthermore reports 283 attracted general attention and sho they would be glad to got mo In- President by a unanimous vote. Tho beaten at every turn, although havother officers chosen were First ing the prohibition vote as an asorphan asylums with 48,089 or- has won a host of friends and fol- volved in a case like this.' H. set to start with on every measure. Mrs. John FINE PARISH WORK. phans. "At this thero was a general laugh, VIco President, lowers who are expected to present The publishers, P. J. Kenedy & themselves In largo numbers at the and somebody said: 'Then you don't Buschemeyer; Second Vice Presi- His latest defeat and one which Is Third acknowledged at this stage Is in dent, Miss Eleanor Harris; Tho following interesting Item is Sons, have prepared a most valuable performances of the now show. Tho like tho English?' of the Vice President, Miss work crowded with interesting facts balance of tho cast for "Tin Solreplied that I had no objection Recording Secretary, Mary Coady; the fight for control of the State taken from the current Issue Albion, "I Mrs. T. B. convention. and figures and a copy of this pub- diers" is composed of some of thp to the Individual Englishman, that A few weeks ago it Field Afar: "The parish of Corresponding Secretary, was announced with a great blare N. Y., goes on record as the first lication ought to be in every Cath- best talent in tho city, the names of I had got along all right with every Leahy; Catherine M. Hlnes: Treasurer, Miss f trumpets that tho redoubtable In our experience to Interest itsolf Mr. Meier, the editor, whom "will be announced later. olic home. Englishman I had ever worked with, Margaret Malone; Directors, Mrs. J. foreign mission has prepared for the Catholic press Vansant for in an and that I only objected to tho Eng- C. Murphy, Mrs. Fred Harig, Mrs. Percy would supportcampaign for Btudcnt. individual Tho zealous pastor, Rev. a list of the States having a CathOPENS FINE STORE. lish Government in Ireland. The Thomas Mapother, Mrs. H. Schimp-ele- r, Chairman, but tho olic population of over 100,000, Tho control had only been on a week Francis Sullivan, suggested this broad hint that Irish papers in AmerMrs. Sauter and Miss Allco when twenty-si- x "banner" States aro as cohorts idea recently to the parish commitThe Halpin Clothing Company, lo- ica aro receiving money-fothe a 'Ger- Hayes. follows: were driven to the trenches and tee, with the result that for tho cated at Fourth and Jefferson, Is a man propaganda' is an atrocious 2,899,223 welcome addition to the business New York Vansant announced his withdrawal next six years $125 will he sent HEARD FATHER RAFFO. , 1,802,977 life of Louisville. They will deal libel, Invented by the highly financed Pennsylvania from the race. This last is ex- regularly to Maryknoll for the edupropaganda the only real 1,479,291 In standard clothing, hats and fur- British Announcement that Rev. Father pected to be Haly's Waterloo and cation of a priest. A like amount, Illinois 1,400,834 nishings for men and will carry a foreign propaganda In this country. Raffo, of St. Charles church, would many predict that he will not even pledged by an unnamed friend and Massachusetts extending over the same period, will 903,102 complete stock. John V. Halpin, Not one Irish paper and not one preach the Lenter Bermon brought attend the coming convenlton. Ohio Michigan 597,000 who heads the company, comes from Irishman has received a dollar of a great gathering to the Church ,.. The latest turn In Mexican affairs complete the sum ($250) required :. .... 693,000 the East, where he has had much German money for propaganda or of the Annunciation at Shelbyvllle only serves as a reminder of the yearly for tho support of one of New Jersey..: Louisiana, Father Raffo nredtction in these columns or our students." That Is a fine work ....j....... ... 58M00 experience. Mr. Hapltn is a brother anything else. The Irish movement on Sunday evening. .'. 577,823 of the Rev. Pather Halpin, pastor finances its own work, both in Ire- had for his subject "The God of Saturday, January 1, and which was and one that well could be done in Wisconsin .7 818,168 of- - St. Augustine's chureh in land and America, but the Irish pa- Love," and his words made a deep ftB follows: almost every parish. A little California 480,000 in this line will work mirTtfissouri and., a. member of the pers that support England have re- Impression upon all present, many "Then, attain, the Wilson policy 470,361 Knights of Columbus. ceived huge subsidies in the form of of whom wsre Mlnnewt n Mexico has been n unpopular acles in the course of time. The Increase During the Year PERFECTING PREPARATIONS. ', 1915 Is Shown to Dc Over The national convention of the 254,000. Catholic Knights of America is was a mistake and that Teddy would be the G. O. P. nominee Is a pretty good prediction for New Year's day. Catholic Agency Imperatively Needed For This Most Ucnc- ficial Work. The Louisville Herald has already Civil Service Opens Splendid portunity For Men and Women. Op- v? Y?WHKS?f ur EXAMINATIONS HELD LAST YEAR fifty-tw- forty-thre- JOHN DEV0Y DEMOCRATS - Ex-Feni- an a d, n man-Woods- on e, "To provide for the social and religious welfare of the sailors of all nations who touch at the Atlantic end of the Panama Canal Zone tho United States Government, it has been learned, throuch Major Gen. George W. Goethals, has set aside a plot or land near the docks of Christobal Colon, for tho use of tho American Seamen's Friend Society, Wall street, New York." Thus ran the announcement of April 1. "Hundreds of seamen," Gen. Goethals was quoted as having said, "will be 'In the port of Christobal Colon, at tho Atlantic end of the canal, In normal times. Theso will be not only seamen of ships passing through tho canal, but also of ships bound for South America which touch at this point In tho Canal Zone. There is no special provision for the social and religious needs of the men, aud the offer of the American Seamen's Friend Society, an Interdenominational Christian organization, to supply this want meets with our hearty approval." Tho effort will bo not so much to house tho seamen as is the aim of the society In tho maintenance of Its Well known homo In New York, but rather to provide a social and religious atmosphere of the best sort for the sailors who stop at theso ports. The society has for fully one hundred years carried on Its work among seamen and Its activities now extend to many parts of tho world. Wiile "Interdenominational," it is frankly Protestant in atmosphere and In its religious endeavors. Certainly any ono truly interested in the seamen must hear with pleasure of this effort in their behalf. Regret can not but ho exnrpssed. however-tTiat' thero la no Catholic organization taking up this work In this samo way for tho sailors In particular of our faith. Many of them will likewise stop at the canal ports and certainly theyv should bo cared for and their faith protected. Tho care of these men of the sea was ono of tho works dearest to tho heart of tho sainted Pius X. It would be an exceedingly happy thing to hear of tho establishment of a Catholic Seamen's Home in Panama and at other International stopping points. Over twenty-on- o thousand per sona took the civil service examina tions in New York last year. Tho exact figures aro 21,078, the largest number in the history of tho New . York Civil Servlco Commission. During tho five-yeperiod, 1906-191- 0, 61,543 were examined, whilo In 1911-1- 5 tho total came to 94,856, or an Increaso of 64 per cent. The ar mmmmmmmmmmmmammmammmammmmmmmmammmmmmm be-I- ne over-rate- Haly-Beckha- m 1 number of examinations for scientific and technical positions, it is understood, steadily increased. Some of those which might be mentioned wero that of court stenographer, with a salary of $3,600 per year; Director, Division of Communicable Diseases, Department of Health, ?4,000; assistant engineer of tho Conservation Commission, ?3,000; and Deputy Industrial Commissioner, with a salary of ?4,000. Tho civil service opens a splendid opportunity for Catholic men and women. This opportunity they should hasten to seize. If this is done, it more and more of our people enter these competitive examinations, it will mean that more and more of our number will seek to educate themselves In various occupations, fn this way will wo bring about a great increaso of Catholics In the more educated classes. Our membership will not be composed of shcIi a pronounced ratio of tho members of ono stratum of society as at the present time. It would be most Interesting to learn tho porcentago of Catholics In the great number of those who took the New York examinations last year. Perhaps It was very representative and well in proportion to their ratio In tho community. But tho number can still further be Increased and should be. Catholic young people In particular should take note of these things and profit by them. C. B. of C. V. LONG BELOW ZERO. Mrs. Watt Tucker, formerly of Shelbyvllle. but now residing at Endlangr, Alberta, Canada, writing to Kentucky friends, says of the weather conditions there: 'wa nave nau a long, cold winter. From Christmas day to Fehruary 2 the thermometer was Ranging from 20 to 50 degrees below zero, but almost evoryone was prepared for tho winter. We had deep snows, and great drifts piling, up until sometimes wo thought we might becovered up some morning in our homes, but there came, about the middle of February a warm 'chlnook' that melted tho. snow Thero has been no rain since last September, so ypu see our winters are very dry and cold. The wild geese, are baek again from their winter quarters and this makes us feel that winter is over." very-fast- . Haly-Beckha- m r .' Jeffer-sonvill- e, -- s. JSBOPtJOKY KOTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. EVERY SATURDAY. MersJ AdrMKsMmat el kith AbwIcmh and CMteiiM Carried to th Seclsl tai OiSelsHy Isdoised by AacUnt Order el Hlbenriaas, Yeaag Men's InsUtato asd CathoHc KalghU of America. PUBLISHED rreXSEC A3S40E&XCAJ& IFI'OU - 1L llfliyillllllf ""fOli fSftAKE 0UR- SERVICE? WILU M WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINQ CO., Incorporated, Publlstw SINGLE COPY gc SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR flitter. BnUfd t th LffiijtiJPtjtHe tu 8tand-CI- i West drees St. AMren aU CoBmaslMtloai to th KRNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 319-2- 1 TRADES ?urt COUNCIL Stewart Dry Goods Co SILK SHIRTS at $2.95 iInJConne(5liorLffitJiJprnes.McCreery & CoJieWjYork. LOUISVILLE, KY WAR WITH ENGLAND. Hon. Temple Bodley, a local at- torney and student of international politics, refers to after effects of the European war In a card Issued the day and his reference to a possible war with England is re ferred to those who abhor hyphenated Americans, but at the same SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1916. opposed to the action of the United States, but I do want to suggest that the De0Die oi the United States B10Ui,i hope and., use their influence ror. a settlement of this question whch wm bring about lasting 'pros-othperity for Mexico, permanent friend ship between It and the United States, and a development of Pan American solidarity of interest, commerce and good understanding among all the Ameiican republics which will make the Western Hemisphere forever the leader in the progress of the world." er One of the Remarkable Offerings In the Stewart Spring Sale of Men's Furnishings. It is very probable an offering like this may not be duplicated for a year or more. These Shirts are of pure silk and silk poplin and every one in this offering is new, never having been shown previous to this sale. There is an excellent assortment of solid colors and striped patterns in all sizes. time are advocating an alliance The following is with John Bull. an extract: 1 am not predicting war with England. I only contend that it is not so highly improbable that we can safely stake the safety of this nation on the presumption that it can not occur. I believe indeed that England 'will be-- far more likely to encourage some other nation to war with us than to war with us herself. In past years she has been restrained from antagonizing us by fear of dangerous enemies nearer home, and even her control of the by the seas has been threatened growth of the German and Austrian navies and merchant marine. It was these facts that made her yield to our dictation in the Venezuela controversy not fear of us. Canada, too, has ben our hostage for England's peaceable conduct; but hereafter, in case of trouble with England, Canada, with its extensive munition plants and growing army of highly trained and vet eran soldiers, might prove a menace instead of a security, and a convenient base of operations for a British fleet and army. FINDS LITTLE FAULT. Rev. John A. Ryan, D. D., who has made a study of labor conditions in this country, writing .for , the Catholic Weekly Press says the Immigration and restriction bill now pending before Congress will strengthen considerably the administrative features of our immigration laws, something which was badly needed. In conclusion Father Ryan insists that "with the Burnett bill passed we shall have sufficient legislation to improve the tiuality, .provide for nssimlllatlon and protect the standard of life that; Is required for decent living. The from the literacy test is unfair and Intelligent people unnecessary." realize that the selfish persons are those who wish to increase production and profits through cheap labor, at less than living wages. They would prefer Chinese and Japanese laborers if they could get them. They do not deserve serious consideration. Sen-Ice- M Silk Crepe Shirts at $4.65 MERCHANTS CO.MING EVENTS. 24-2- NOW IS THE TIME. Briggs on Virginia avenue, is ing Miss John O'Leary at St. visitMat- LAPSES INTO IDIOCY. Stithton, announco the engagement "The Place Where Old Clothes Are MA11 Ready for Year Griddle In the daughter. Miss Lottie E. Made to Look Like New." Miss Margaret G. Hegan, of West of their to Morning" Aubrey, William Vette, of LouisSt. Catherine stieet, is ill with aD ville. JOHN M. MULLOY, HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE SPALDING DRY CLEANING CO Tho wedding will take place attack of tonsilltls. SIGNIFICANT. after Easter. LOUISVIIiLE PROVISION CO. 212 West Market. PHONES 1887. (Incorporated.) Mrs. Arch Hayes was last week the At a joint meeting Tuesday night is a decided Improvement There guest of her mother, Mrs. W. H. of the Chamber of Commerce and In the condition of James D. Duane, JOHN B. WATHEN Leachman, at Springfield. R. JEUNESSE traveling auditor of the L. and N. Credit Men's Association of CincinFURNITURE MOVER and PAC1CER The Catholics and press of the nati John Barrett, Director General has returned railroad, who was operated on for Miss Flora Burch AVAGON OR VAN BUILDING CONTRACTOR of the Pan American Union at country are greatly indebted to the from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Rich- appendicitis at St. Joseph's Infirmary last week, and his many friends hope 2C25 West Walnut Street Washington and former United Social Service Commission of the ard Bowling, at Now Haven. to see him out in a week or two. 810 YORK STREET PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY States Minister to Argentina, Pan- American Catholic. Federation for its Miss Viola Heffernan entertained This service, her club members Saturday afternoon ama and Colombia, delivered an ad- weekly press Home Phone Shawnee 1986 Phono South 175S PALM SUNDAY. Louisville, Ky. dress upon the subject of "The New which deals with matters affecting at her home on Frankfort avenue. .Mffll i?SaiWBjl ...' Tomorrow will be Palm Sunday, occurring in Pan Americanism, its Mighty Mean- labor and social sen-IcARTHUR A. WILL THOS. J. BRODERICK Bardstown the beginning of the last week of Mrs. Pate Simpson, ing to America." In view of the the religious, fraternal, unionist, indaugh- the Lenten season. The blessing a visitor PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE present widespread interest in the dustrial, legislative and administra- road, has had asCampbell, her Indian- and distribution of ter, Mrs. Edith of tho palms on Mexican situation, his words have a tive fields, and such other informa- apolis. Palm Sunday morning, the procesHome Phone City 4392-- J special significance. sion and reading of the Passion, Mr. Barrett de- tion that will tend to secure the 2431 Montgomery Street Mason returned lecall to our minds the triumphal Miss Rowena clared that if the preesnt situation Christian order of society and to 1000 Zane Street Home Phone Shawnee 1010 of the Holy results In war with Mexico as a promote industrial peace and pros Monday to St. Mary's after a visit to entry ana our Saviour attoonce as places us parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hunter uuy, it government and people, no one can perity, has been most commendable her were on the very threshold of this SEE FOOLEY Mason. WM. ISGRIGG week of weeks which commemorates forestall what will bo the final and of great educational value. It FOR MONEY CONFIDENTIAL effect upon Pan American commerce Is to be earnestly hoped that Rev. Will Gaslin had as his guests the the many stirring events in the last Fifth SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR RELIABLE Re- Peter Dletz and his associates will past week his cousins, Misses Mar- days of our Most Blessed and Pan American comity. In conspirit me inumpnai proF. R. POOLEY 4105 Henry Street continue their valuable work, which guerite and Ethel Beseler, of New ueeiuor. ofu the palms is again cluding he said: cession made; It your boys s caseation t&at will Room 1, Courier-JournBuilding. ha3 been productive of gratifying Haven. the temple again visited; tho cast"When wo read the news each Home Phone, Shawnee 13S3-' proper tba (or life. 415 Fourth Street ing out of the buyers and sellers; results. day about Mexico and debate the Mrs. Bridget Rawley, of East discussion Mexican question we must look beBreckinridge street, is seriously ill the last dayson of the part of and STVXAVIER'S COLLEGE PEOPLES PROVIDENT ABSOCZATIOIC the Representative Frank C. Greene, and her death is expected at any heroic effort 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS Incorporated. yond the mere border section and 1X3 "W. Broadway, StaBlsvUle, SEy. Saviour to win the Jewish people; of Carroll county, lectured Sunday moment. was organized by citizens see all Mexico and all Latin Amerhis sorowful departure from the to maice Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother. MANUFACTURERS night in the Parkland Christian house of his father; the bitterness Classical, Bcleatlflo Busiaeae and ica. We must remember that there LOANS Mrs. Dan Lehan, of Jeffersontown, of his Courses, Preparatory Department, Lars heart as are 90,000,000 of people in Latin church before tho night Bible class. was in the city the past week visit eventide divine the slopes He sat at Swlmmlnr Pool, Well Equipped OyBsaa-tuson furniture and other personal propLouisville Made Furnaces on of Mount erty at Terma Moderate. Bro. Jaaea, Dlr America south of the Rio Grande He breathed anything but tho Chris ing Mr. and Mrs. Glover Moss, Olivet and foretold the penalty or LOWEST BATES. spirit, making a most bitter Crestwood. 2 S. Ninth St. who aro almost as much interested tian Coleman Bide., his rejection, the destruction of Sion political speech and denouncing the S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. OF THE OWNER. Home Phone City 2542 and its people aro all witnessed STATEMENT In the outcome of the situation as Both Phones, 2886. Austin Walsh, tho attorney, has again. SinP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULAState Government and all who do are the 100,000,000 in the United not TION, ETC., OF THE KENTUCKY coincide with his narrow views. been making a trip on the Arkansas Cumb. South 140-Homo 1671. JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. States north of it. Wo must remem-br- e IRISH AMERICAN. river SPRING INITIATION. He spoke of the Legislature as Pine and spent part of last week in Don't Ulnnio tho Cook If Your- Bluff. Headquarters for that the foreign commerce of Published weekly at Louisville, Kenpleaded for woman Coffoo Is Not Good At the meeting of Division 4, A. tucky, required fcy the Act of CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. the twenty Latin American coun- shameful and suffrage and prohibition. His hearMrs. Patrick Burko, Illinois ave- O. H on Monday evening it was August 24, 1912. tries for which we are making such See us about anything in real that nue, Jeffersonvllle, is visiting her decided to hold another initiation Name of Address. estate. We sell, buy and rent. Our Coffee is Carefully Selected an effort has an annual value of ers must certainly believe daughter, Mrs. C. J. Miller, at about the latter par of May, and a Editor, William M. Mlgglns, while green, then blended and 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. nearly $3,000,000,000, of which the Greene has a queer conception of Augusta, Ga. class of twenty-flv- e or thirty is the Ky. proprieties when the church ROASTED BY US DAILY figure set for that date. About ton Associate Editor, John J. Barry, Home Phono City 4464. share of tho United States has al- addressing and the a Bible class. Mrs. Henry Knight has returned applications were pending prior to ready reached the splendid total of Louisville, Ky. XTNE FINE from Nicholasvllle and with her hus- Monday's meeting and the applica- Publisher, The Kentucky Irish Amer$800,000,000. We must remember ICE CREAM AND SHERBETS ICE CREAM AND SHERBETS Citizens and taxpayers should pro- band will make a tour of Ohio and tions of William J. Cllnes and James ican Company, Louisville, Ky. that these countries cover nearly test strenuously against tho pro- Indiana cities. 75c Per Gallon 75c Per Gallon E. Godfrey were received, while Owners: (If a corporation, give 9,000,000 square miles, or three posed Special prices to Churches, Festivals Special prices to Churches, Festivala Patrick Farrell, W. Logan Reilly, ordinance of Councilman names and addresses of stockhold' and all large orders Mr. and Mrs. J, Al Kolb and Mr. times the area of the United States, Rosenberg, giving school and all largo orders ers holding 1 per cent, or an ore of janitors and Mrs. Anthony Montedonico will John A. Keanotoand Martin Mullaney membership. Presiwere elected WATHEN where there is unlimited opportunity police powers. We see too many of go R. J. HAILMIN total amount of stock.) to French Lick Springs Tuesday dent John Hennessy requested that William M. Hlgglns, Louisville, Ky. City 7075 City 7075 430 S. Eighth St. for the investment of American cap- this class exercising "political pow- for a short stay. S. Eighth St. 430 the members work for a large at- John J. Barry, Louisville, Ky. ital and the development of Ameri- ers" now, and more authority would tendance at the next meeting, when James T. Naber is recovering from Attorney W. P. McDonogh will de- Mary H. Higgins, Louisville, Ky. can commerce. We must remember be adding insult to Injury. an attack of tonsolltls that confined liver a talk on the now workmen's Known bondholders, mortgagees and that Mexico Jtself 1b equal in area other security holders, holding 1 him to his home, 604 East Market compensation law, which soon goes per cent, or more of total amount practically to all of our Southern MAKING GOOD. street, Now Albany. of into effect and the particulars of bonds, mortgages or other seStates from Texas to North Carowhich should be interesting to both curities: Bryon S. McDonald, formerly with lina, and that it has 15,000,000 of LexMiss Ella Mae J31anford, of working men and employers. None. people whom the United States the Burley Tobacco Company of this ington, has been spending the week KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN CO. Raise your averin the working eut of prac city, is now in charge of the Chi- here as the guest of Miss Marie wants, LOTTO PARTY. WILLIAM M. HIGGINS. cago terltory of the United States DIauford on Floyd street. age with a Mastical Pan Americanism to be on Jts Company, with hcadquar- The Columbia Athletic Club will Sworn to and subscribed "before me aide instead of against it. t otti i Tobacco this 5th day of April, 1916. Charles H. McCarty, of 619 West entertain its members and friends ... cot Bat. Win the v.- - , , aw ..u.r HERMAN V. COHN, noi waicaun; uere uiai me unuea j friends here will be glad to hear of St. Catherine street, is celebrating with a lotto party at the club houso game with a N. P. J. C, Ky. on account of the arrival of a pretty on East St. Catherine street on EasStates, should not maintain a firm his rapid rise in the tobacco busi Commission expires Jan. 16, 1916. social attitude in it present punitive ex- ness. He is a son of "Billy" Mc- little girr at his home Sunday night. ter Monday night. Theyoung af men Donald, the well known printer and fairs of the Columbia pedition nor am I intimating that pioner editor of the Police Bulletin, after Lent arlarge attendance Miss Mary Mulcare, of Cincinnati, are always well conducted and the Latin American countries are who is also a resident of Chicago. who was the guest of Mrs. John Joyable. As this will be the first may be looked for, The immigration bill now before Congress shows that some august bodies are not immune from occasional lapses into idocy. The bill throws open the doors of the to the Jean Crones, the Hans Schmidts and persons of their kind, but raises an impassible barrier against the honest, healthy, expert with the pick and shovel, whose opportunities of getting an education wore limited. And yet it is the latter who build the foundations on which real progress depends; Indeed it may bo said that without them any kind of progress A good edu would be Impossible. cation is no guarantee of good citizenship. Benedict Arnold was not an illiterate soldier In the ranks of the Continental army, nor were Waldorf Astor and tho late novelist James, who sold their country and their flag for a miserable mess of British imperial pottage, unlettered hewers of wood. Among the uneducated we look for our mannerly "help," but among the educated wo find the snobs and toadies and lickspittles, the despicable tribe that is a disgrace to the manhod of the nation and a dark blot on republican institutions. In the filthy records of our divorce courts, in the roster at police headqof the uarters,-in the lists of guests at a midnight orgy at our cabarets, you will not find tho name of a single illiterate immigrant. No! But go into the homes of the hard working poorj and there you will find him watching in wonder his children around the oilcloth covered table as they explore the mysteries of the spelling book and arithmetic. And this is the bigots who man tho find their way to Congress would exclude from our shores, and why? Because, perhaps, besides his good health and good character his only equipment for tho battle of life was or a rosary. a praying-clot- h na1-tlo- n clean-mind- ed dive-keepe- rs After spending tho winter in the and Broadway. 7 Minstrel show oi city Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall April churcn, evening Bullitt have moved out to Oxmoor, St. Augustine's summer home, near St. their only. Matthews. Anril 28 Euchre and lotto, after Hall, noon and evening, Bertrand Mrs. W. auspices of St. Louis Bertrand land, had as J. Cunningham, of Porther guests tho past week Debt ana liuiiuing- i unu. Church Mrs. 1 Young men and Mabel Llllio Campbell and Misses April and of ladies' entertainment at So, Leo's ueorgetown. Irene Campbell, Hall, Highland Park. May i Hibernian Social Club and Mrs. Van C. Daniels and daughLadles Auxiliary initial danco at ters, Josephino and Elizabeth, ol Gait House. Central City, were recent visitors Mav 2 Lotto afternoon and even here, tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. ing in Gambrinus Hall for benefit of James Tighe, Cecil avenue. St. Aloyslus church, Pewee Valley. 'Mav 3 Euchre, lotto and supper Announcement has been mado of in St. Columba's Hall, afternoon and tho engagement of Miss Mary Etta Flaherty, of Bardstown, and John R. evening. May 19 Exhibition by the pupils Wilson, of this city. The wedding of Miss Blanche Mitchell's Dancing will take place next month. Academy, Macauley's Theater, 8:15 Helen Riley is tho name of tho p. m. 7 Mackin Council's mu- little girl who arrived at the homo May sical concert, "Tin Soldiers," Mac- of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Riley, of Lytle street, having been christened auley's Theater. May festival, euchre, Sunday at St. Patrick's church. 7 May lotto and supper for St. Francis Miss Edith Asslsi church, Bardstown road and been spending Callahan, who has the spring vacation and with her parents. avenue, afternoon Carter Col. and Mrs. P. night. H. Callahan, has returned to the 5 May Our Lady of Mercy Eleanor Comstock School In New Sewing Circle May festival, at Acad- York. emy Hall, 1176 East Broadway. June 21 Trinity Council moonThe engagement Miss Loretta light excursion on steamer Homer Wale's and Leslie L.ofBurwinklo has Smith. been announced. Their marriage will bo solemnized on April 25. C83OQC83Xaa83Sa3SaraKK83a Both have many Tuesday, and the friends wedding will be an event of much interest. cond 26-230-M15-1- Holy Cross minstrel thews. 5 Anril show in new Holy Cross Hall, Thirty-se- You have but to investigate and see for yourself what Silk Crepe Shirts regularly sell for to realize that here is indeed an extraordinary value. These are fine Crepe Shirts in rich patterns of the most beautiful colors. They are offered in a splendid variety, in all sizes 13 2 to 17. 1-- MADRAS SHIRTS MEN'S HOSIERY ' $1.00 remarkable group of Shirts, including all sizes, in both soft and laundered cuff style, in Shirts of fine madras in the season's newest patterns. We have never had a dollar Shirt offering equal to this one. A 65c An extraordinary lot of Men's Fine Silk Hosiery, which is to be had in both black and white. This Hosiery is all silk and at the wearing points. This is a wonderful value. Men's Neckwear Men's Neckwear Men's Hosiery 65c 95c 95c Rich Silk Scarfs, of a heavy Men's Hosiery, in solid and Men's Silk Scarfs, in the broad, flowing end style, in qnality, in exceptional and striped pattern.-.-, of a wondera complete variety of choice attractive patterns. They are ful quality of imported and full and broad. accordion silk. patterns. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVILLE AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. BY & 16-1- 24-2- THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATES) CO. Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBACH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR MASH SOGIETY. MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a. delicious, Inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- PURE RYE Louisville, Ky4 ENGRAVERS CHLICH ENGRAVING COMPAN ARTISTS, ENGRAVER8 ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky M6 W. Mala St, Home Phone City 6674 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY open-mouth- half-educat- ed Mrs. Ellen Gibson and daughter, Mrs. J. I. Black, of New Albany, left Cleveland, where they Miss Mary Vogel has been visiting Saturday for by were called her brother, John Vogel, at Clover-por- t. Gibson's brother,tho death of Mrs. Michael Murphy, who left Now Albany about forty years ago. Mrs. Harry Mooney, Clifton, has entertaining Mrs. L. G. Mooney, been Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Aubrey, of of St. Louis. efoSSS8SSSKC9S3SSSSa 2 1.2 Lbs. NEW BLEND 65G Special rebate ticket good for 10c in trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend. ICE CREAM 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 "SOUTHERN, STAR" SLICED BACON BOUND A GERMAN BANK 111 son-ice- e BUILDER and Market Sts. al L. well-know- n u 210-22- A. 'Post-Offi- TRY LUBBERS ce Louls--vlll- e, BALL PLAYERS . -- MASCOT Q .fCJB'aMJOHrsr aHfr..MMH,.H"M'frW"i'-M"- IRISH AJMEEXZXCA2- TLAY HALL." What the Club Plan Is AND What It Means to You ? im, nii.K nlnn la nn nvlonIorl nnvmnnt nTnn Instituted nnrelv and simply for the convenience of. our patrons who wish to buy House- hold Goods, such as Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, etc. When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent. of thb amount of your purchases for Joining; for instance J. T mBI&KlS.. SETjE&totit0tBBh j. KEsHflaWaaaU bo 7Cc. Tho membership few 011 a 25.00 purchnso would be $1.50. Tho membership fee on a $50.00 purchase would Tho membership fco on greater purchases would of course bo in proportion. You are then asked to pay 10 per cent, of your total purchase For instance, on a $25.00 purchaso you as the first payment. pay J2.50 down in addition to the membership fee, making a total of $3.25. The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance in small weekly or monthly payments. HililKllifM IfSlliHlKffiwIIIIB lllllpf "' ' when vou consider that Roods bought on the Club Plan are T purchased at our cash prices whether special or regular you will nothing in membership fee ? more clearly see that ourinstallment housesisplace on theircomparison goods for T with tho additional cost X the privilege of time payments. & William G. Harding, head of tho T JOS. DALY J, Harding Detective Agency, had a CONTRACTING PAINTER narrow escape from bemg killed by evening. 420 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky, an automobile Saturday Mr. Harding was on his way home and while crossing the street at Bardstown and Elwood avenue was SOCIETY DIRECTORY. struck by an automobile of the Company Major Taylor Grocery boy. driven by a seventeen-year-ol- d He was knocked down and besides A. 0. H. sustaining a double fracture of the left leg suffered painful Injuries to DIVISION 1. his left side and arm and a bad scalp wound. The injured man was Meets Fourth Thursday, Liederkranz.' We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. carried into the drug store on tho Hall, Sixth and Walnut. corner, where first aid was ren President Mark Ryan. dered, and later was removed to his Vice President W. L. Cushing. home at 1115 Bardstown road. At Recording Secretary Daniel Mclast accounts Mr. Harding was rest ing as easy as. could be expected, Carthy. Secretary but his recovery will be slow and it Financial Edward will be some time before he can bo Clancy. out again. The boy responsible for Treasurei? Thomas Keenan. the accident, who was arrested and Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English. released on bond, says he did not Tim .Lyons. Sentinel see Harding until he was directly AL. S. SMITH, PROP. in front of the machine. DIVISION 3. First and Third Monday at Ilibor- TWIN CITY OPENING. 0 nlan Homo, Portland. The Twin City Baseball League President Lawrence J. Mackey. will open its 1916 season at Shawnee Vice President John J. Riley. BOTH PHONES 810. Park tomorrow afternoon, tho open Secretary Financial John J. ing games being as follows: Champs Hesslon, Jr. vs. Mackln, Umpire Wells and Recording Secretary Matthew Scorer Foley; K. of C. vs Imperials, O'Brien. Umpire .Mulligan and Scorer Steln-bocTreasurer Daniel Dougherty. eHZ Olympics vs. Orioles, Umpire Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. Logsdon and Scorer Burns; Trinity Sentinel Thomas Noon. Umpire Lally and vs. Bertrands, mVUWMWMUVMVVUVHVMVWVVHWUUUUmW Scorer Ullrich. Park Commissioners DIVISION 4. w a wm.T o r TTrft5 Oftf i Bon Washer and Ray Bizot. Frank Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, mrTt9nr A. Geher and Seb. Hubbuch wfll pitch Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. tho first ball on the respective dia President John H. Hennessy. monds and address a few remarks to Vico President Thomas Lynch. Capt. tho players and spectators. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Frank Reichert, the League Presi dent, has received a guarantee of Langan. Recording Secretary James J. adequate car service from tho Rail way Company, the officials promising McTigho. Treasurer Pat Connelly. an improvement over the service Sentinel M. J. McDermott, given on opening and other big days Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. In the past seasons at Shawnee Park. Owing to many changes in lineups Y. M. I. the Twin City race Is a hard one to pick this year, but all promise to go MACKIN COUNOlTi, 205. after the scalp of Manager Coleman's 4frMfrM"M"W"m-Evenings' at Club Champs, and some battle royals can Meets Monday House, 344 North Twenty-sixtbe expected every Sunday afternoon President S. O. Hubbuch. IlECKNT DEATHS. M. First Vice President F. Schaad. of Mrs. Julia Marlln, In the death Second Vice President R. L. beloved wife of A. H. Marlln, who Scheckler. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, away Saturday morning at passed Financial Secretary, F. Q. Adams. her home, 1719 South First street, Recording Secretary G. W. cirher family and Jewish society Buckle. was widely cles loses one who Treasurer G. J. Thornton. known for her kindly disposition Marshal Theo. Buqkle. and many generous acts to the Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. poor and needy. Mrs. Marlln was Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. yoars born in this city X Climb. Main 2098-Home City 2908 ago, and besides her husband she fofr.H'I"M"M"M--W"M-leaves a son, Lawrence L. Marlln; communion at the Gesu church. a daughter, Mrs, Harry Snyder, of After the breakfast had been served Cincinnati; two brothers, Jacob and Archbishop Mesmer blessed the club Michaeel Joseph, and a sister, Mrs. house. The building, with its dec Felix Loeb. of Hodgenvllle. Her orations and furnishings, represents LADIES, AVOID THE RUSH Mil funeral took place from the family an investment of $200,000. residence on Monday, Rabbi Mueller waukee Council has a membership Bring your last year's hat to of 1,200, and 100 additional candiconducting the obsequies. us early and save money by Funeral Directors dates will be admitted early In having it reblocked in the newMay. The exemplification of the ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. est shape. Embalmers. fourth degree upon 400 candidates Wo Have Forty New Shapes To Tomorrow morning the St. An from throughout the State will take thony Society of Holy Name church, place May 20. BIO HMUHl Select From Third and O, will observe the sixTUabea l8iV. Our method of reblocking, FIRST OF SERIES. teenth anniversary of its organizacleaning and dyeing has proven tion, when tho members will attend a great success. Our forty years Tho series holy and First Communion Books mass at 8 o'clock body. receive John euchres first ofbe a given by ofthespring of business is our guarantee. will St. Rev. communion in a When you bring your hat to O'Connor, the pastor, will be the Louis Bertrand Church Debt and us you are bringing It to a recelebrant of tho mass and will Building Fund Friday afternoon and ROSARIES liable Louisville concern and you preach the anniversary sermon. This evening, April 28, and this one is will get the best attention. society has 'increased In member- expected to draw a banner crowd, SCAPULAR MEDALS ship from the first and done great as tho members of tho congregation Our Prices 75c and $1 See oar aew bsok, ''How te Get work among the poor people of are so enthused over the handsome South Louisville, and now embraces Improvements now Hearing compleFalls City Straw WorRs Ma.rled." almost the entire male membership tion in the church that they will reEvery Devotional Article here. of the congregation. Its officers are spond nobly to making the affair a aho-goods. Me troable to 713 West Jefferson Street Michael Reichert, President; Phil financial success. Wagner, Vice President; Edward North Side ST. PETER'S. Rogers Church Goods Co. Linder and R. M. Taylor, Secretaries, and Frank Klein, Treasurer. Under the direction of Mrs. Eliza129 S. FOURTH AVE. beth Chase Bohn, assisted by Miss "SEVEN IAST WORDS." INDUSTRY HOME PATRONIZE Nellie Chase at the organ, an augOF BT QETTIWO A TIN On next Sunday evening tho St. mented choir will sing Gounod's Boniface choir, under tho direction "Redemption" tomorrow night at St. Seventeenth and of Prof. A. Molengraft, will render Peter's church, BUG AND ROACH KILLER Theo. Dubois' oratorio, "Tho Seven Garland. During the singing pictures of the Passion will be shown. Last Words of Christ," at St. Boni- Tho programme is a meritorious one Wo are Headquarter for Soma Cleaning- Material anch a United Oil face church. Tho oratorio will be Powders, Matchlen Hoap, SconrlBff preceded by a short discourse on the and should attract a large attendaliquid Pnraltaro and Office Polishes, "Seven Last Words" by Very Rev. nce1. Disinfectants, Sena Killers, Xto. Pacific Winterheld, O. F. M., and EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. followed by benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, The soloists are In response to an invitation from Susan Chrlstoph, soprano; J. J. His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons the Mueller and William Wagner, tenors; Executive Board of the Catholic Frank Schaefer, Louis P. Hofmann Educational Association has. decided and Louis Herm, baritones. Mrs. A. to hold this year's conventoin in Molengraft will preside at the organ. Baltimore. Plans are already maturing for the meeting, and all inDEDICATION AT 3IDL.AVAU1CEE. dications so far point to a very satisfactory attendance. The CarStarting with a housewarmtng dinal has evinced special Interest in party on Easter Monday night, a the moetlng, and the fact tlwt We are alto XsadQBarters for Wek and Diseased Xoorai. city week Baltimore is celebratioa lasting nearly Investigate Our New Free will mark the dedication anda formal will no doubt the convention be instrumental in Delivery Service. opening of the new club house drawing a larger crowd, than usual. Incorporated built by the Knights of Columbus The location la central and the city SBB ODR ADS IN THK TIMBS, of Milwaukee. SCew Oity JPktw, Sunday morning the Itself admirably adapted for the I Knight HERALD AND POST. 8 STRBJDT SOUTH THIRD in a. body received holy nurpoaea of a Catholic convention. t FUKNITURE, RUGS, JIOUSB FURNISHINGS AND OARl'ETS, OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB JL'LAN. Anv further Information regarding tho Club Plan will be X cheerfully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor. T .j JBACOHasgH ,,I...IMI...H"'M!IM4HH"I"MMI"I1M ' """ i.iiipn-- i -- j ,.m ,m iw ,. ',', AEROPLANE VIEW OF SALONIKA. Photo gives a clear view of tho harbor and the city of Salonika, showing the hills In the background where the Allies are entrenched. In addition to these natural barriers tho British fleet Js a further HARDING SERIOUSLY X INJURED. Residenco Phone, . I'none, juy Pewee Volley aisu. 21-- J. Politics, the European war and the chase of Villa will bo of but little moment to the great majority of citizens, especially between now and next Tuesday, which Is tho opening day of the American Association season here, when our nearly new aggregation of Colonels undor Manager Clymer will try conclusions with the pennant winners of 1915 tho Minneapolis club, with hustling Cantillon again at tho helm. The outlook for fast and inside baseball in the association is tho brightest in Its history, tho pass ing of the Federal League naturally tnrowing many stars in this league, and tho of any outlaw league compelling every player to give his best efforts on tho diamond and observe training rules when off. Tho roster of tho different associa tion clubs reads similar to those of the major leagues, the names of Stovall, Bresnahan. Thome and others being familiar to tho average fan, while many Federal and Inter national League stars are scattered among the different clubs. In gathering new material Owner Wathen and Manager Clymer have not been Idle, and it is a compliment to their foresight that tho outset lines were thrown out, the fans now realizing that Louisville could not Stans-burconsistently keep Osborne, Miller, etc., and keep up with the 191 C pace. The team looks es pecially strong at short with Roach and at third with Corriden, while left and right field will be repre sented well by Daniels and Platte. The team looks very strong at bat, but will especially shine in speed, every man being fast on his feet. It is now up to tho fans to rally to the support of the management and show their appreciation by attendance and loyalty. y, WmtHmnHHMtMt8IIMmiMtHHM HERMAN STRAUS SONS (gJ f coPO0ArO POURTH AVENUe MARKET STREET Confirmation Dresses $3.98 to $15 Beautiful line of Confirmation Dresses; made of very sheer materials, organdie, net, bastistc or India linon; high or long waist effects; trimmed with dainty lace; some styles; sizes 8 to 14 years; specially priced for Monday from $3.98 to $15.00 hand-embroider- Girls' Dresses $1.98 to $4.50 Splendid showing of Girls' Dresses; made of fine quality materials, ginghams, corded pique and repps; beautiful styles; jacket and jumper effects. Some have dainty white guimpes; solid colors, white and pretty plaids; sizes 6 to 14 years; specialy priced for Monday from $1.98 to $4.50 Glrsl' Princess Slips 00c to $1.50. Girls' Princess Slips; made of fine quality lingerie cloth and seco silk; neatly made and trimmed with lace or embroidery; to 18 years. Special Mon sizes G RECORDER SPELMAN DEAD. Francis Michael Spelman, Recorder of Floyd county, Ind., died at his home on Constitution street. Now Albany, on Wednesday night after a short illness of nervous prostration, although ho had been in poor health for a year or more. Mr. Spelman was the son of John Spelman, who was elected Recorder of Floyd county, Ind., shortly after the civil war. His father died in office and his son succeeded him. Mr. Spelman was employed in tho Court House nearly all of his life and was easily the best posted man In' that county on county affairs. Twice he has been elected Recorder of Floyd county and was serving a second term when death called him. Mr. Spelman's brother, the Rev. Edward M. Spelman, Is rector of a leading Catholic church in Central Indiana and is a man of ability. The funeral of Mr. Spelman took place from Holy Trinity g church, of which he was a member. life-lon- J Children's 17c Drawers 10c. t Children's Drawers; made of good quality h muslin and cluster of tucks; sizes 2 to 12 X years; value 17c. Special Mon- soft-finis- day (hjc to i .i:ro day 10c t Children's I)c Gowns 25c. Gowns; Children's Cambric tucked yoke; full length and 1(1 vrnrs; vnlnn wlilt.li! alznn 8 In 39c. Monday special 25c Girls 50c Gowns Girls' JH)c. Gowns; neat yoke; finished with ruillo; full width and length;' sizes 8 to 14 years; value 50c. tucked Cambric Special Monday 30c ! Colored Dress Materials For Easter h t Crcpo Tussah Cloth In a beautiful range of colors; Black specially priced for $1.10 sizes 54-inc12-inc- h All-woAll-wool ! and All-wo- AVhito Checks Imported AH $1.50 ol 'GRAN W. SMITH'S SON- Funeral Director and Embalmer Tailor Suiting Plaids, stripes and checks; also spring dresses. Fifteen good col- suitable for sport coats. Special ors In this lot. Only 75c for $1.50 and $1.75 1 i 4 i iet ol Crepe Just tho right weight for Foulard 51-Inc- h n 1S18-182- FRANK FEHR BREWING XNcoarortATEP Ca ELTZxVBETIITOWN. of The Rev. Vincent Schiola, Plainfield, N. J., last Sunday begap his duties as assistant priest at St. church, Ellzabethtown. James Father Schiola conies to Kentucky on account of the ill health and declining years .of the Rev. Father Hugh Daly, oho of the oldest and best known priests in the Louisville diocese. SHELRYVILLE. 809 WEST TEFFERSON STREET ' k; TiTi-tTv- n Tajfw-- A J :"' J. J, BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. S22 Eo.st ilVIaiaa Street. WVWVWVW. The Rev. William Stanley, father of Gov. Stanley, and the Rev. Father John H. Riley, pastor of the Church of the Annunciation, made Interesting talks to the pupils of the Shelbyvllle High School on Friday of last week. Rev. Stanley related reminiscences of tho civil war, and Father Riley discussed education. ABERDEEN'S IWRESSED. Brewers and Bottlers louisville. its:. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE DOUGHERH & McELLIOTT h. Among the prominent visitors at Notre Dame University last week were Lord and Lady Aberdeen. Lord Aberdeen was formerly Governor General of Canada and Lieutenant oGvernor of Ireland. Both were much impressed with the university and the story of Its growth and development. VISITING CLEItGYMAX. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. I Funeral Directors and Embalmersl BOTH PHONES. n I fifty-eig- ht Kev. Father William J. Drummy, pastor of St. Malachy's church, Rantoul. 111., has ben here on a visit as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. PHONE CITY 859. T. O'Sullivan, of 1056 South Seventh street, and during his stay called on the Dominican fathers at JOHN B-St. Louis Bertrand's Convent. NOTKE DAMfi. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE, KY, FRA3TJC H.B0SSES0N and WALTERS' and AVBSfCB TO-SA- .T CHEMO - Rev. John Cavanaugh, C. S. C, President of the University of Notre Dame, was toastmaster at the dinner tended the members of the Indiana Centennial Commission on the oc512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 casion of their recent visit to Notro Dame. Father Cavanaugh is a TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVTLLiE. ET, Notre member of the commission. Dame will take a prominent part In the centennial celebration of tho A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f State of Indiana this spring. The spot where Notre Dame University a catholic now stands Is, from viewpoint, one of the most historically interesting places in America. Father Marquette and the great explorer La Salle stopped at Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager St. Mary's Lake, Notre Dame, at once on their various trips to least Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, Father Allouez the Mississippi. labored at the Indiana mission and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. which he established 'on the spot, 69. and Father Badln, the protopriest of PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West log the United States, built tho first chapel erected on the banks of St. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT "As Near to You as tbe Nearest PWe'i His Mary's Lake at Notre Dame. great church of body now lies in the Our Special $3.00 Spray the Sacred Heart at Notre Dame, Our Special $5.00 Wreath and a replica of the chapel which he built is still standing at the The largest values in Fu seDQSelllo and university. Fathers rai Flowers ever offered ia Petit also labored here. Loultvlile, For prompt delivery call 123 A1JOUT OLD MEXICO. Clay Street Brewery . FALL CITY BEER both phones. rami-gHu- g IHU of Mexico is 767,295 miles. It has 15,251 miles of railway and 46,112 miles of telegraph K3TE1 lines. It is 1,900 miles long from northwest to southeast! Its width varies from 140 to 750 miles. ItB AH the Uto ind bow Stv s and ShapM seacost on the Pacific and tho Gulf caa be faund bro at raiooable price. ot California is 4,574 miles. Upon tho Gulf of Mexico it has a coast line of 1,400 miles, and 327 miles of coast on the Carrlbean Sea. The larger part of Mexico consists of an elevated plateau, with mountains on Cut Flowers for all occasions. tho east and west. This plateau is o Special attentioa given of volcanic origin. Tho area r 1 iuumuitM MrrthMcnue Loulrvtlr j nOffEBSHOt $M FLORISTS INCORPORATE). Flowers telegraphed everywhere." FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING Ctrntr Fmrlk an Jttfwtti m-11- PUPIfV CAKE. Butter size ot an egg;, two cupfuls sugar, three eggs, cupful milk, one teaspoonful soda, three cupfuls flour. Bake like gingerbread. orders. NEW NANZ S7 ft NEUNER CO. Fearth Ave., LsIville. Ky. K.W. JKESiKT'INaOBCY IRISH AJSK&XtXCAJSC. THE BY WORD OF EVERY IRISH AMERICAN THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE 60 TO HA1PIN' AND SAVE $5.00. 1&mfmunSimm INCORPORATED n We Are Very Anxious For You To Know That You Can Buy Our We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates. GOOD RUGS Men's Real $20 CT1 C 00 Clothes for - $.250 and $3.00 Hats For Splendid Showing of Children's Dresses IN SIX TO FOURTEEN YEAR SIZES. (Second Floor, Children's Dress Goods Dept.) piJ GOOD CARPETS s o? $2.00 t&etfyff5iMfii Within the past week we have received a comprehensive variety of sizes, every style shown being entirely new Children's Dresses, in 6 to design and material. They are all made with the usual caretul skill and in goods. workmanship which are to be found in all of the Kaufman-Strau- s particularly strong. Values are 14-year & 4? TrlN wit &$W Fourth Ave? at Jefferson Louisville &w CONFIRMATION SHOES For Misses and Children buy the "kiddies' " footwear early. And Remember that you may find as good shoes elsewhere, but you'll pay more. will soon be EASTER and you should Children's Dresses, in sizes 6 to 14 years Middy Suits with middy blouse or belted coats. One has awning stripe skirts, pink or blue stripes with white middy blouse; collar and dtffs to match skirt. The other has while skirt and fancy striped belted coat. Most attractive styles at the price. $2.50 Best quality Imported Gingham Dresses, style with full plaited skirt, belt and belt. Collar is of fine embroidery. straps Also at this price are dainty Dresden Figured TCicc Cloth Dresses, with bolero of rose or blue repp. Plaited lawn collar and cuffs lace style dress d trimmed. This is a daintily trimmed $3.50 White Lawn Dresses, ith Valenciennes lace and embroidery. Tucked waist, bolero effect. At this price, too, arc blue, rose, white or salmon repp Dresses, stiictly tailored with plaited skirt and wide pockets in waist belt. Two white collar and and skirt. 1.75 long-waiste- $1.00 Two splendid styles in Children's 6 to 14-ye- Dresses; checked or striped ginghams, in all styles, with or without yoke. Ttimmcd in solid color chambrays. $5.95 A splendid range of Novelty Dresses; sizes 6 to 14 years. Organdies, lace and emlong-waist-eHand-cmbroidcri- II ON THE CLUB PLAN 1 d short-waiste- hand-embroider- Hand-embroider- d broidery trimmed; white poplin in style, with full plaited skirt and novelty on tho waist, coat effects. liepps in solid colors, and awning stripe suits in natural and. green, natural and. blue and blue and white. These consist of awning stripe imported Oxford cloth skirts with belt, collar and cuffs on coat to match. Coats arc in Norfolk stylo with novelty pockets. Skirts arc , made on long waists. Pique Dresses, in $8.75 jumper effects and novelty Voilo Dresses arc made in Voile Dresses. d style with d skirts and Hand-embroidere- You buy on a strictly cash basis by this plan and only pay a fee of three per cent for the privilege of extended payment. Do Mot Hesitate to Investigate Our Club Plan Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff (INCORPORATED) 522-52- 4 d hand-embroidere- West Market Street. d short-waistchand-embroider- full-plaite- cuffs. boleros. t&&&3Q&$&&$$rt4&&$&S4 KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. CONFIRMATION SHOES AND SLIPPERS For Boys and Girls. Patents and" White. Popular prices. $1.75 to $3.00, accord318 UliiiWMUilll it Jrfl ill ,'( 1 to5ffe 417-41- 9 Late New3 That Will Interest ing to size. Members Here and Fourth Ave, BOTH PHONES HARRr B. DRIVER HENRY A. 2635 J. PULS CLEANING AND DYEING CO. INCORPORATED. in Nebraska immediately after Eas- DAN ter. More than fifty will recelvo tho third degree at Indianapolis on April 30. live with sixty-tw- o A council at membcis has been instituted BBBBBBBBBBBSIaHBBBnH membership will reach The 400,000 before the end of tho year. Fifty-fiv- e new members have been added to the order at Tiffin, Ohio. Many initiations will take place W. Market. 214 W. Market. J. HBNNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. 426 South Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. pui'Morkmniishlp is positively up hj a house of long standing and the best In the city, and backed financially responsible. Our servlco not equaled. Where the QuicR Meal Comes In jSmmmmS GEHER & SON, I Committees are working for a 425 W. Jefferson Street big class for the Initiation on May UPSTAIRS STORE. 7 at Portland, Ore. In the fire which destroyed many buildings at Madison, Wis., tho K. of C. Hall suffered damage Where the homo is &sK&m 3 BflBBS 1BSH lfL T&3E&&atffiB&laiMw$?f?mK Whcro work is quickly to the extent of $1,500. brightest; done; Fully 1,000 men made tho retreat . FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Where tho work conducted by tho Very Rev. M. J. Whcro cooking seems lightest; Ripple, O. P., under the auspices real fun; FREE SERVICE. of tho Knights of Toledo. Where tho meal Whcro baking gives deTho July assessment of tho Incooked best; y ' "'" light; surance department will bo omitted, Whore tho range stands Whcro drudge is out of and indications are that the Decemtho test COLONEL AND MRS. ROOSEVELT. sight ber ono will also bo omitted. 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. That's where the Tiint's Photo taken shortly after their return from Bermuda, To all apwhere the Theie will be fourth degree ex"Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes pearances tho Colonel is in his usual robust health. emplifications on Decoration day at In. in. Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio, for cers are hopeful of doubling tbelr which extra preparations are being Quick Meal Gaa Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended made. membership again this year. Twenty-on- e candidates were inw; itiated this week by Notro Damo SUCCESSFUL RETREAT. Council. This is the third initiation The Best Straight Whisky On Earth Last Sunday marked tho closing to be held at Notre Dame during tho Doing What They Have Been present school year of tho joint retreat of tho Holy Tuesday evening the members of Name Society and the Knights of the Past Week General ONE DOLLAR starts a Savines Account Columbus at St. Louis Bertrand's Union Council, Syracuse, wero ad News Notes. INCORPORATED with this safe, conservative, church and the attendance at both dressed by tho Rev. Ulysses Grant Sole Owaars Reentered Dint. No. 32 tho mass and evening services was Warren, pastor of tho Protestant Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more remarkable, the number of men re- Reformed Dutch church of that city. Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 West Main Street. Bourko Cochran received an ovaDivision 3 will meet next Monday ceiving holy communion at tho 7:30 per cent. No cost to you whatever. 800 evening. o'clock mass conceded to havo been tion when he addressed the The same courteous attention given the at tho ,Many members of tho order mado tho largest that ever received holy members seated receiving communion holy breakfast depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. the retreat at tho Dominican church communion In a body for this State munion at after Paullst church, comNew and probably for tho South. In ad- York City. the last week. expects to dition to this there were a great Division 2 of Syracuse Past Grand Knight erect a building of its own in the many men unable to attend that mass Klaphoke will lecture J.on William "PrettH Under the Big Clock Second and Market because of their employment, these paredness" next Wednesday evening near future. State Government Supervision. That you ipent for something you did not NEED would hare itarted a JB Auxiliary of Duluth latter attending the earlier masses. to the members of tho local Knights Tho Ladles' Very Rev. Father Crowley celebrated won a loving cup in uio icicuu On of Columbus. oAvinus auuuun-i- ' witn tms baak; to bear Interett COMPOUNDED the mass and was assisted in giving evening thero will beEaster Monday Mary's Hospital campaign. another dance twice a year; There MAY COUE a time when year "LAST DOLLAR" communion Dy Very Rev. Father Ladles' Auxiliary 27 of Doston Meagher, Rev. Father Lyons, Chap- and reception for members, but matt be ipent for soraethiig yon DO NEED. The SAVING bow of the comnleted Its organization with a lain of the Holy Nnme Society, and evening dress must bo worn by . 1. BANKOM, those attending. P. BAKNON, ., IAWREKCE J. VEMEHAN, charter list of 100 membors. doltan you are wastlag might keep that "hard time" from ever confer. Rev. Father Baxter, Chaplain of the Pru. S Mjr. Vic frit. I Tnii. Plans for entertainment of the Knights of Columbus. In the even Secntiry. JAMES A. AVATHEX. State convention will bo. .discussed ing vespers were sung by a vested at the next meeting of tho County choir, composed principally of tho James A. Wathen, a man who as Board. young men of the Bertrand Athletic fully enjoyed the respect and esof Club, under the direction of Prof. teem of his fellow men as any ono In keeping the financial records the County Board and his division Carl Schuettler and Very Rev. Father who ever lived in this community, 5ewer and Culrert Pipe, Tom Langan is cited as a model of Crowley. In the closing sermon of has been called to his fathors. His efficiency. retreat Very Rev. Father loss to his family, his associates the Bannea's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Coadaits, Fifth and Court Place. President Michael J. Meagher admonished his hearers of and his friends, also to Louisville Wall CepiB, Drain Tile, Titrified Brick, Dally Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. of the value of frequent communions and Kentucky, is a distinctive one Barry has been appointed Director Fire Proofing, Flae Lining, Fire BricK Although ho Public Safety by tho Mayor of and as ono of tho first principles of and is keenly felt. fight against Crate and Boiler Tile, Groand Fire Clay, Chimney tops. spiritual preparodness they should had mado a valiant Columbus, Ohio. ravages of heart trouble, the or Much .Interest la being manifested belong to tho Holy (Name Society ap- the OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON disease had gotten such a hold upon given by tho Hi- some other parish society, who in the dance to be a his constitution that ho was unable f M.I... HOME PHONES CITY bernian Social Club and Ladies' Aux- proach holy communion onco as to rally and passed peacefully away CUMB. MAIN 507. month. Father Meagher said that iliary on May 1. 919 at k. a Knight of Columbus ho had advo- Mr. his home,was a Cherokee road. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and lOtlt. X Ohio has eight companies of HI- native of Leb Wathon Important ses ana WM horntan TUflfis. well ariuea coun-try- s cated this at many and In different anon, but had lived in Loulsvlllo 1H 1i11 sions of the K. of C. years and to respond to their past twenty-nv- o equipped for the council meetings. In closing ho paid was widely known throughout tho call should occasion require. to xne oi since tho first of tho year Division a mco trmute for their memoers at country for his distilling interests. splendid by his wife, Mrs. 1 of Chillcothe, Ohio, has taken in both societies retreat and expressed He is survived Elizabeth Bradshaw Wathen; six Tney nave tendance at the twiMitv new mombers. his appreciation of the closo atten- daughters, Mrs. Andrew Corcoran, lffMuBBaflflflB 713-71- 5 also organized a social club for tho tion given during tho exercises. PreSOUTH SEJVB3NTH STREET Ont.; Mrs. J. B. of Corbeyville, young men. IPapal bless- Gamble, Mrs. T. W. Sommes, of CMRb., S. 299a. ceding benediction tho TihfbtBM Km, City 2J99. It is rumored that Councilman ing was given and at the close the Louisville, and Misses Ellen, Ethel f ff iyf Mike McDermott, of Division 4, has entire assemblage Joined In singing and Otlllo Wathon, and a son, Nichbeen refused accident Insurance be- "Holy God, Wo Pralso Thy Name." olas Wathen. Three brothers, Nichcause of his activities in the council olas, R M. and J. B. Wathen, also Curnb. Phone West 191 Home Phone if 13 meetings of late. of the Wathen, survive. Otho THB FKSTIVATi WITH FEATURES. twenty new mem After Initiating Rev. Father Rothhout and the Loulsvlllo Baseball Club, and R. E. bers Division 1 of New London, people of his congregation are mak- Wathen are nephews. The funeral Conn., decided the time had arrived ing every preparation for a mammoth was held Monday morning from St for active stops toward the erection May festival, euchre, lotto and sup- Brlgld's church, of which the deof their now home. per for the benefit of St. Francis of ceased wan always an active and deWCOUTOHATED Fifty dollars for expenses and Assist church, to take place on the vout member. credentials as a deelgate to the New ohurch grounds, Bardstown road and STTININO OX AMERICA. York State convention Is offered as Carter avenue, on the afternoon and v. a prize In a membeishlp contest In- evening of May 16 and 17. There It is not only on the British augurated by Division 2 of Syracuse. will be games hoth days and the big , that the sun never sets. It Division 3 of Cincinnati led the suppor will be served at 5 o'clock never sots on American soil. 'When membership Many handsome prizes will be it is 6 p. m. at Atto Island, Alaska, Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, xceHeattamw State of Ohio in the Another cam- awarded and the general public will It Is 9:36 a. m. the next day on campaign of 191S. c QRUBER & DEUSER, Manners, Louisville, Ky. paign has ben utarted and thtf offi receive a cordial welcome. the eastern coast of Maine. MmsBBmm:S&iBSIBBm Wahoo, Neb. Tho National Council will bo in charge of tho initiation tomorrow at Tulsa, Okla. Hennessy Axman ACCESSORIES POPULAR PRICE TAILORS AUTOMOBILE " IIJIMIIW FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. -- mar&t st. ld HIBERNIANS. OLD BARB KK JNO. T. BARBEE & CO. Sixty-one-year-o- German Insurance BanK The Last Dollar i t I P. BANNON PIPE CO. Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Ex-Sta- te hm I 573-178- 6. I WORKSv-13theadBrec- llHHH--l"t-H-ti'- H 1 11 !! 1 1 1 'ib9iV DR. J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. ft t BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA tittim .tf if WHISKY. WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers, IT IS ALWAYS PURE, H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky.