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Kentucky Irish American: April 22, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916042201_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: April 22, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. tut THAT iv.nv your PIPE AND SMOKE IN IT KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN NO. 17. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 22 1916. Bertha Brehm, Lillian Moakler; contralto, Miss Bernlce Lako; altos, Mrs. John A. Cooper, Miss Esther Doerr; tenors, Dr. J. T. McHugh, George Andrew Rcnn; bassos, Fisher, Charles Morris, William Cloakley and Thomas Peffer. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. SMOKE El Nomo 10c ! WilKoe 5c Union Made Cigars. I jor OUW TACTORY f VOLUME XXXVI. PRICE FIVE CENTS. the 10:30 o'clock mass, which will be solemn high. Tho choir of St. Cecilia's Is reputed to be one of the best In the city, and the programmes rendered by It show the faithful and zealous work done by each member under the direction Great Feast of Gladness "Which of Miss Agnes Richter, the organist and director. Among those who Dominates All Other will be heard tomorrow are tho following: Sopranos, Mrs. John Quinn, Festivals. Misses Freda Doerrer, Marie Blehl, EASTER Upon This Great Festival Depend All the Other Movnblc Feasts. From Liturgical Point Faster Is Preparations for the entertainment of the national convention of tho Center of Christian the Catholic Knights of America, "Worship. THE JOYS OF THE RESURRECTION of gladness, which in the liturgical cycle dominates all other festivals. During Advent we awaited our Liberator and sighed for his coming. At Christmastlde and the Epiphany we celebrated his arrival and his In different manifestations. Lent we time and meditated on his sufferings; but we have always foreseen victory at the end of the combat, nnd we mourned for a period, only to with a fuller joy on the gladsome Easter morn. Upon this great festival depend all the other movable feasts that we havo still to celebrate the Ascension, PenteCorpus cost, Trinity Sunday and re-jol- co Easter Sunday Is the great feast 4 miserable!" Easter falls on the Sunday following tho fourteenth day of the The Pasch of the March moon. Jews was celebrated on that fourteenth day Itself, no matter with what day of the week it coincided, one of tho effects of the resurrection being the substitution of Sunday for Saturday as tho Lord's day. St. Peter in the beginning ordered the celebration of Easter on the Sunday after the Jewish Passover. The example of the Roman church by all the was followed other churches of the world with the exception of those in consular Asia, which pretended that they had the authority of St. John for following In this matter the custom of the Jews. The immediate successors of St. Peter tolerated this dissldence, but the churches of Asia having gone so far as to censure tho practice of tho Roman church the latter condemned them. In tho early ages of Christianity the faithful embraced one another on this feast with tho greeting, "The Lord is truly risen," to which "And appeared to Simon" was the response." All thronged to tho church at dawn; tho priest intoned tho canticle of the Resurrection, of the kissed the imago Risen Christ, and then gavo tho kiss of "dilection" to the most worthy of com- congregation, who the municated it to tho others in order. The faithful performed tho same coremony among themselves, without distinction of age or rank or wealth, but only that of sex tho men and women originally occupyseparate portions of the ing church. He who gave the kiss of "dilection" said. "The Lord is truly risen;" to which the answer was "And has appeared to Simon," or "Thanks be to God." Easter being at one epoch tho first day of tho civil year, these religious demonstration's corresponded to our of good wishes on day. This primitive custom still exists in Poland and Russia. In theso countries tho formula of salutation and response thereto on Easter Sunday is identical with that of the early Christians. In some churches there was a chapel of the Sepulchre, where on this festival a sort of dialogue was carried on between the Apostles and Uie holy women. "Tell us, Mary, what have you seen on tho way?" To which the representative of Mary replied: "I havo seen the sepulchre of the living God." This dialogue was borrowed, it will be,, seen, from the prose of the festival; as the other formula, tho Lord is truly risen, is found in the offices of In other Easter and its octave. three young clorics, localities clothed in white, with their heads enveloped In largo veils, stood behind the sepulchre personating tho first three Marys. Tho dialogue be ing finished, tho clergy retired singChrlstmus Surexlsse, ing Sclmus "We know that Christ has risen." The special period of the liturgical year known as Paschal time, and comprising fifty days from Easter to Pentecost, was celebrated originally as a series of continuous festivals. The church desired that as her children havo given themselves up to sorrow during the forty days of Lont, they should now give themselves up unreservedly to the joys of tho resurrection. The Holy Fathers bid us look on theso fifty days of Easter as tho happiness. Imago of our eternal This whole period being considered a prolonged Sunday, to It were applied the principles regulating the observance of Sunday Itself. All theso fifty days are like so many Sundays, says St. Ambrose. During the Paschal season It was forbidden to fast, and even the most rigorous monastic rules yielded to this universal praetlee. ge New-Year'- of view Easter is therefore the center of Christian worship, just as from the point of view of dogma It is the basis of our faith and hope, for as St. Paul says: "If Jesus Christ be not risen again, then is our preaching vain. . . . And If in this life only we havo hope in Christ, we are of all men most Christ I. From the liturgical point home, 931 Dumesnll street. Sho for every day while the convention of All. was seventy years old and had long Is here. Valuable assistance will been a member of St. Louis also be rendeied by Col. II. W. church, from where tho Brown and the Convention and Pubfuneial took place Friday afternoon. licity League, which is greatly ap preciated by the Executive Commit PROTECTION FOR THE INDIVIDUAL Thursday afternoon the funeral tee and the seventeen branches in of little Patricia Helen Bourke, the the Falls Cities beloved daughter- - of Daniel and place Ehjle vitally con- family Bourke, took 19 East from tho We are all most residence, 38 Walnut, cerned with the preservation of with lntermnet in St. Louis cemea healthy family life among the tery. For thctbcreaved parents of. our.. countryws.Suclu.famllx, mnTivfripm?cr.nrrmnrtRlniWvTTi1N life spells the welfare of the na- pathy. tics, not only In his home State tion. It means also the protection but in national politics, as without of tho individual. , Even those who years prestige in his own bailwlck he will John Leonard, twenty-nin- e most brazenly assault the institu- old and a respected resident of the not be sent as a delegate to na tion of maniago and the family re- West End, died Wednesday morn- tional conventions in the future. lationship do so as a rule, strange ing at his home, 500 North Seven- The "10 to 1" apostle stumped the as It may seejn, under the pretense teenth street, after a lingering ill- State in behalf of his brother for of strengthening this fundamental ness that he bore with fortitude. the nomination for Governor, tho social, organism. They implicitly He Is survived by his wife, two latter being defeated badly; Bryan lecognlzo the important and vital young childien prohibition candidates. and his father, ndvocated position which the family holds In Thomas Leonard. Funeral services they weie defeated and last but not the fabilc of society. over the remains weie hold Friday least, he was a candldato for deleMoral environment the good ex- aftemoon at St. Patrick's, whero gate to the national Democratic ample of parents, the Influence of for years the deceased was a com- convention, four to be chosen, but religion plays an important part in municant. the best he could do was run ruth. ordering of tho family. tho well Political prospects this year also must not, Material environment over the re- point to the elimination of another Funeral services bo lost sight of. mains of Mrs. Winifred however, at all Kearns disturber in public affairs and espeBad housing, congested conditions, weie held Sunday afternoon from cially In tho Republican party, and phy- St. Paul's church, Rev. Father Dona-ho- e that Is Roosevelt, often mean a low moral and The latter has sical condition for the father and officiating. Mrs. Kearns was been a continual agitator and, liko mother and little children. "Shel- the beloved pf wife Bernard Biyan in the Democratic party, has ter," says tho Bishop of North- Kearns, with the L. and N. railroad, always caused trouble and dissen ampton, "is as necessary to human their home being at 707 East Breck- sion. Bryan keeps in tho . calcium beings as food nnd drink. And tho inridge street. Besides her husband light by Chautauqua lectures and proper shelter for tho human fam- she is survived by her mother, Mrs. sudden advocacj" of silly policies of PRINCE VON Bl'ELOW ily Is 'home' with all tho beautiorder, while lloose- the grape-juic- e Prince Bernhard von Buelow, ru- ful associations that that word re- Emily Cummins, of Lebanon; her veJt keeps in the public eye by cirmored to be in line to resume his old calls recalls, that Is, for the av- brother, Patrick Cummins, and three cus advertising of his hunting ex sisters, Mrs. Ellen O'Daniel, Mrs. post as German Chancellor. erage fortunate Briton, but so Elizabeth Gardner and Mis. Taylor peditions In which he discovers empty of meaning or even so re- Mattlngly. "rlveis of doubt" and unheal d of BENEFIT OF MANY PRAYERS, plete with sad nnd shameful membirds and animals. But his long ories for some thousands both In suit is to wiap tho American flag WORTH V APPEAL. y town and country." The death of Mrs. Bridget Raw-leabout himself and rush down to last Saturday morning marked That the houses of our working Tho Right Rev. Denis O'Donag the footlights In the style of old tho passing of the mother to many, people In this country are In many hue, Bishop of Louisville, lias ad Avenue melodramas, shouting "Give to dressed an earnest appeal to mo war or give mo death." she being ninety years of ago and is Instances far from conducive Kentucky Democrats arc not sur survived by threo generations, re- healthy family life Is by now well clergy and laity of the diocese the for. prised at That it Is tho rich and the seminarians studying for th tho present attitude of tho markable in number. Among those known. Herald, which, In lino are" two sons, Lieut. M J. Rawley wealthy people of the community priesthood. Tho Easter Sunday col Louisville with the other papers of the Shaffer nnd A. J. Rawley; two daughters, who are thriving off of these n)l the "homes" In a gieat number lection inpurpose, churches will bo syndicate, havo dropped the Bull Mrs. Winifred Honnessy and Mrs. for this and every one P. J. Ridge; nineteen grandchildren of cases has been repeatedlyan told. should feel it a sacred duty to con- Moose party and are now working adstienuously for the nomination of and eighteen great grandchildren. The Governor of Kansas, in generously and help provide the Rough Rider In the Republican The deceased was a native of the dress to the members of the Kansas tribute priests that are sorely needed to convention, this having been preCounty Mayo, Ireland, coming to this City Council of Women's Clubs, recountry when but a child, living for cently reiterated this fact. "The carry on the work of God and relig dicted over a year ago, the Herald City," tax lecords deserting the Progressives and the several years In Richmond and Fair Capper said, of Kansas some ofGov. ion In tho diocese. the "show that lean years for the G. O. P. and tho mont, Va., before coming to Louis most filthy,' tumbled-dow- n rental REAL MINSTREL SHOW. fat years In prospect. Daily that ville, she and her husband, Pat property is owned byt wealthy citsomo former oigan tells how rick Rawley, since deceased, being The St. Augustine's church min staunch supporter of Taft has been or corporations 'controlled by one of the pioneer families in the izens stage their an converted to support of Roosevelt, them. These men live well on tho strel company will on Fifth street 15 per cent, they get from the nual performance Irish settlement on Wednesday but neclects to tell that In f912 The funeral took place from the resi- rental of this unhabitable property. and Thursday nights of next week the Supporters of Taft in this disdence of her daughter, Mrs. "Win- There should be a law," tho Execu- at St. Augustine's Hall, Thirteenth trict wero only a few hundred, the ifred Honnessy, 1019 EaBt Breckin- tive added, "compelling the land- nnd Broadway. Many new features Republican party hero having gone ridge street, Monday morning at lord to clean up the properly he will be presented this year and all over breech and breeches to tho 8:30 o'clock and from St. John's rents. The State law should see connected with the show will aim to Bull Moose party with Wood Axton church at 9 o'clock. Following the that the room In which tho child surpass in quality the entertain- and Capt. Fox as the leaders, the requiem mass Rev. Father Schuh- - sleeps is in a sanitary, healthy ments of previous years. The best latter securing the Congressional mann delivered tho funeral sermon, place, and not a dark closet at the colored talent in the city has been nomination in 1912 while Axton end of a blind hallway, In a tumble- holding smooth rehearsals and a raptured tho Bull Moose nomination In which he paid many eloquent shack, owned by a man finished performance, tho equal of for Mayor tho following year. Along to the deceased, citing tho fact d-down that she was blessed by living more who thinks only, How much rent a professional show, is assured. The that line it is rumored .that Axton than the allotted time of human life can I get?' The health records at minstrels will conclude with an Is 1elng groomed for the G. O. P. next year, his and though her life, as tho life of Topeka show that In Kansas City pf original and laugh- - making farce nomination hero friends saying that with the united any mother, was filled with sacri- the 2,100 children born last year entitled "Smokey's Revenge." 216 reached the strength of the Progressives and fices, yet ehe was rewarded in a age died before they CO por cent. CENTRAL COMMITTEE. not lose. and Republicans he could measure by seeing tho growth of a of of one year can bo provonted." diseases that There Is an old proverb to tho eflargo generation around her, and As to the influence of bad housof the fect that you musn't count your The Central Committee above that would be the knowledge ing morality, records 'can not Catholic Knights of America held chickens beforo they aro hatched now that tho prayers of tho many show,onbut that intense overcrowding only a short session Friday night, and there is one in local DemoIn that largo number would bo con- Is most can In order to baneful In with tho Ex- cratic circles that is spoken of for tinually going to Him en high for well be the cause of Its results tho the the acquisition ecutive Committee arranging and It peace for her soul and eternal salva- of evil habits by tho little "Inhabi- Supreme Council convention. forVice and nominationfollowing chosen Axton mixed would nover place in tants of the city streets." Tho pro- President Will Cushlng occupied the hear his tion. Tho interment took the boll tap or know tho St. Louis cemetery. vision of good housing Is one of chair and Secretary Schulten read flag had fallen. The man refened the most necessary, because one of tho resignation of President Ben to is our present County Attorney, SHELRYVILLE. tho most fundamental of our re- Kruse, whose tlmo will be occupied A. Scott Bullitt. Slum landlords should be with his new drup store at Chestforms. In accordanco with tho French At the Church of the Annuncia- reminded of their great duty to pro- nut and Hancock, action on which system of dueling, tho contestants tion at Shelbyvlllo last Sunday night vide deecnt places of habitation for was deferred in the hope that the after a lot of bluster and threats the Rev. John D. Kalaher, pastor tholr tenants. Laws should be President could bo induced to recon- usually go through a bloodless duel, of St. Columba's church, this city, passed establishing a standard" for sider his action, Tho Central Com- then fall on one another's neck and preached the closing Lenten ser- housing conditions, such as Is In mittee pledged Its aid In entertain- feel satisfied. This would seem to mon. Father Kalaher's reputation existence In certain Commonwealths. ing the national convention, and nnnlv to the nresent situation in had preceded him and a large con- This is an effort which deserves the a'er the statement of Treasurer jthe Democratic party over the gregation gathered to hear him. His strongest support and sympathy of Charles Falk an, order for $50 was 'squabble for the post of National C. B. of C. V. subject was "The Man of Sorrows," all. drawn and presented to Treasurer . Democratic Committeeman. Wood-eo- n ST. CECILIA'S. Henry Bosquet. All members of and his words made a deep and won a victory In the National programme lasting impression on every one. the Central Committee are urged to Committee and Haldeman has won WOE START CIIiptCH FIRE. An unusually good be present at the general meeting to victory by receiving the indorsewill be rendered by St. Cecilia's present, many of whom were containing the be held Tuesday night in their hall. ment of tbi Stanley-Jame- s The .sacristy, faction choir on Easter Sunday morning at Ber-trand- spective committees, showing that while the time was short tho delegates and visitors were assured a Spirited teal Kentucky welcome. talks were made, tho result of which was a number of liberal subscriptions to the entertainment fund, the Cential Committee lending off with $50. Other subscribers wero Henry Bosquet, the Kentucky Irish Ameri can, NIc Bosler, Henry Stoerr, John B. Stickler and a number of branches. Invitations to be the guests of the Knights of Columbus were accepted, and from present in dications there will be plenty of en tertainment nnd special attractions gratifying which meets here May 9, are near-In- g completion, and at a general meeting of the Executive Committee next Tuesday night at St. John's Hall, Clay and Walnut, the programme will be completed. At the meeting held on Friday night of Relchert last week Gen. Michael presided and Secietary Eugene Mc- Caithy read communications from Supreme President Gaudln and other officers saying the convention would be fully nttended. The announcement in these columns that the convention would open at mass In tho Cathedral, when the Right O'Donaghue would Rev. Bishop preach the sermon, was everywhere received with expressions of delight. At Friday night's meeting Treasurer Henry Bosquet, NIc Bosler, W. T. Meehnn, H. A. Veeneman, J. P. McGinn and S. R. Hardman made reports for their re- for the honor in the coming Stato convention. This should serve to satisfy both, as in the custom of French duels, and they should now retlro to the rear of the stage. There Is and has not been a crying demand for either Woodson or Haldeman from tho party as a whole, Still Being: Crushed Under tho and both owe it to tho party for Iron Heel of English the sake of that "harmony" now . prevalent to bury tholr grievances Government. and ambitions. By the way, many Democrats are or the opinion that Gen. Haldeman might seo to .It j that there Is a more open espousal or Democratic policies and candi- Irish Papers Being Suppressed. dates In his organs, tho editorial of For Opposition to .Tolm Watterson's on last Wednesday beBull's Becrutlng'. ing the greatest boost for Roosevelt read In some time. One of tho local labor organs Is put out at the criticisms appearing In theso columns concerning the Fngland's Paid Press Agents Trltterlng away of the tlmo and Furnish American Papers runds of campaign committees on Willi Untruths. "walking delegates" and "labor the vote deliverers," this being regarded by many as the chief cause for tho narrow escape of Stanley and the Democratic ticket In the last ADDITIONAL TAXES FOR IRELAND election. That the Governor and other officials believe this to be true is shown by the cold turndown these "vote deliverers" and The people of Ireland are not 'official labor indorsers" have received in the appointments of State loyal to England In the nresent war. WRECK OF THE ASHLAND. Labor Inspector and members of and the sentiment of the lecent Compensation great gathering of the Irish race Workmen's Photo shows the barge Ashland which was wrecked In a forty - flve - mlle gale off the Bhoro of North tho Scltuate. Five men were lost and rescued. The photo was taken Just before tho vessel disappeared under Board. Their defender did not deny convention In New York City is but the proof shown in theso columns a reflection of the sentiment of tho water. ivhy candidates from every part of people of today. Ireland The the country have been the victims American press has been filled with of St. sacred vessels paid matter sent out by the Engof theso "vote dellveiers." Hermann Ann's church nt Noith Vernon, Ind., Ncwcomb was a victim of this In- lish Government in which claims wns totally by destroyed firo dorsement a few years ago, not were made that the Irish were reWednesday afternoon. Fortunately realizing its handicap, while Owen cruiting in large numbers and that the church escaped serious damage. Tyler for Mayor and others too there was harmony between tho The fire Is supposed to have originnumerous to mention suffered in lo two countries. Little by little tho ated when mice nibbled at a box of cal races. Union laboring men and truth Is creeping out, stories of Vitally Concerns preservation of matches. The loss is estimated at Will Follow Bryan Into Political worklngmen in general tebel at tho rioting In different parts of Ireland, by "insurance. ' 5500, covered Idea of being dictated to by men who the continuance of 60,000 English Ilcalthly Family Life of Oblivion After This haven't worked at a tiade In years troops In Ireland when they aro RECENT DEATHS. Country. Campaign. and the official indorsement of badly needed In the trenches, and these labor leaders now the suppression of the Irish Friends nnd relatives feel deep naturally drives them into the rival Nationalist press and wholesale arsympathy for Michael and Julia camp. The moral is if you want rests show that all Is not what John Carroll, 2528 West Madison street, Wood Axton Being Groomed to be successful In race for political Bull wishes for and incidentally t Good Housing: One of who on Monday sustained tho loss honors have the "vote deliverers" proves that tho stories of Irish loyNecessary Fundamental For G. O. P. Mayoralty of tholr baby daughter Anna, ten alty are furnished by a Indorse the other fellow. months old. Tho funeral took place band of English prevaricators with Reforms. Nomination. Wednesday morning with Interment a branch of their press bureau in ORPHANS AND EASTER. IRELAND HOUSING ts ROUGH RIDER tlic-Mos- first-cla- ss In St. Louis cemetery. Now Mrs. Kate Sullivan, widow of Effort Which Deserves Strongest John Sullivan, passed to her eternal i est Wednesday morning at her Support and Sympathy 's peo-pl- The officers and members of tho Catholic Orphan Society will give Ilaldcmannud "Woodson Should tho children of St. Vincent and St. Thomas Asylums a real Easter treat Retire From Committeegirls The tomorrow afternoon. man Contest. from St. Vincent's will be taken to St. Thomas in special cars, the boys of the latter acting as hosts. Innocent out-doamusements will be MORE OF "VOTE DELIVERERS" followed by an egg hunt by the orphans that all present will enjoy. All friends of the good Sisters and their llttlo charges will be welcome. Tho orphannge can best be reached The lesult of the pilmary elec by taking the Bardstown road cars tions In Nebraska Tuesday means to Carter avenue. the elimination of William or Last week in Ireland four Nationalist papers were suppressed in Dublin, because of attacks upon the British Government In connection with the war. They are tho Spark, Honesty, tho Gael and the Gaelic Athlete. The Cork Weekly Examiner and Herald, the Weekly In dependent (from Dublin), the Bel- lasi weeKiy News, tho Dublin Freeman and the Dundalk Democrat aro among the Irish papers still coming Irish-Americ- York. samcrule applying to America. The and Catholic weeklies In the United States, of which 98 per cent, are decidedly aro not al lowed to bo received in Ireland tho n, 1 B fc$r AA& "i&&iy $&. 1 IB m 1SK. iMmC' Sstnvx W rib. iwi "i"L E t !&ss&&9HHki yWSm.. yMX. .it m 4 jWCSEHW r i.'PR ft &f,M9H Cork: intimidation and suppression of many papers there is still much feeling shown against England In the Iilsh press, the following beinc taken from tho Belfast News: "At a meeting of the Dublin Corporation Alderman Byrne, M. P . proposed a lesolutlon protesting against any further taxation of Ireland. Ho bolleved there was going to be an attempt to put an additional two millions on Ireland and that would be put on food sup plies." The following Is taken from tho same paper in a dispatch from in" Canada.sbe-splt- e W MWM recently resigned after dispute with tho Chancellor. "500 FOR ADMIRAL VON TIRPITZ German Minister of the Navy, who !(." s ed tributes At a rousing meeting held Mon day night Trinity Council, Y. M. I., launched forth their, membership campaign with "500 for 230" as their slogan, meaning 500 members for Trinity Council No. 230, as suggested by E. J. Cooney at the rally meeting, held at the or Tyler Hotel on April 13. From every indication this campaign will be the strongest contest ever staged by Trinity Council, as all tho members have pledged themselves either to somo team or to work Individually. There aro at present seven teams in the race with the following captains: W. J. Sandmann, Thomas Murphy, F. Efflnger, Ed Zehnder. B. J. Sandmann, H. J. Hennessy and A number of appli E. C. Mueller. cations were received at the meeting on the opening night, which Is a disgood sign of the enthusiasm played by tho members in making this campaign a success. The delivered "by William Klapheke, Past Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus, on tho popular topic, "Preparedness," was enthusiastically iccelved by all the members present. His remarks were not only very Instructive but likewise convincing, and was a real treat for the members. Trinity Council's ball team went down In defeat before the Bertrands on last Sundny In the opening game of the Twin City League, but have since strengthened themselves with several new players, and can bo looked to fiom now on as being at all times a contender for tho 191G flag. er "Countess Marclovlcz addressed a public meeting in the City Hall, Cork, under the auspices of tho Sinn Fein party. She said she was proud that there was today an irishman in another country who was making treaties for Ireland with England's enemies. (Cheers.) Today the men of Ireland were alive, and leallzed that the only way to speak to England was with guns In their hands. They had not dared to have conscription in Ireland becauso the volunteers had guns in Ireland today. The authorities knew they were disloyal and were afraid of them. They had seen the letter In the papers from Mr. Skeffington saying the reason no Zeppelins had diopped bombs on Ireland was because they had an Ambassador at the court in Berlin. Robert Emmet's epitaph could bo written only in the blood of England with swouls In the hands of Irishmen." In tho Cork Eaxminer there Is a story of the arrest nnd conviction of Maik McDonough, a farmer's son, in Galway, who was arrested and sentenced to threo months' Imprisonment for marching a body of sixty Irish volunteers through a recruiting meeting there. All of the witnesses In the case testified that there was no welcome for tho recruiting officers in that section. The same paper tells of the trial of Thomas Kent, who was arrested under tho defense of the realm lec-tu- io HAVE liITTLE HOPE. - John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Is building a Catholic church at Berwtnd, duly anColo. Tho ovent was nounced through a dutiful press agent wljo shrewdly guessed that It would cause a sensation. We havo little hope that Rockefeller's sudden generosity will remedy tho harm caused through the heartlessness 0f his mining companies in Colorado, A company church Is not a substitute for fair dealing with the men In the mines. True Voice, act for having said: "I maintain that if the Germans landed in Ireland tomorow morning and took It by force of arms, they would have tho same right to it as tho English. I have hero before mo two maps, one nearly now, the other not very old. In the old I find the names of two small nations two Boer republics and In the new one I can not find any trace of them. How can England justify her own words?" The Dublin Spark, one of tho papers suppressed recently by tho British Government, contained tho following editorial: "I am putting forward a policy, but I can see little hopo for Ireland until the people accept as a truism the fact that, whether tho Government of the day be Liberal, Tory or Coalition, whether its Instrument In Ireland 'bo an Aberdeen or a Wimborne, the policy Is always tho policy of Cromwell. 'In short, we aro at war with England: just as much at' war with the England of today as we wero with the England of Cromwell s dny, for It is still Cromwell's England. We erred when we laid down the weapons of war to listen to honeyed words, for so long as we are content to listen (and wo have proved good listeners) the honeyed words will continue, the supply being av I JKEOPUOKY KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIGflN. PUBLISHED BVBRY SATURDAY. rTix ajmgekioai. WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. 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That ' These Shirts are of pure silk and silk poplin and every one AMERICA. Is very good news for the friends of in this offering is new, never having been shown previous to President Wilson, says the New York this sale. There is an excellent assortment of solid colors With its last Issue America obBoth parties are still Advocate. and striped patterns in all sizes. served its seventh birthday. Though "preparedness" the harping on has qf the fact still young in years America stilng, utterly oblivious that the more it Is being played taken first place in Catholic Jour- upon the more hollow and unreal its ralism, maintaining "a fearless, unYou have but to investigate and see for yourself what Silk BETWEEN LOVE AND DUTY. Crepe Shirts regularly sell for to realize that here is indeed sound. A moment's reflection will compromising attitude toward every an extraordinary value. convince any reasonable man that movement and every interest that Academy, tending St. Catherine's COMING EVENTS. there is no cause for going into menaces public morals, threatens Sienna Heights, near Springfield, fine Crepe Shirts in rich patterns of the most beautiful colors, They are These are hysterics over the undefended state American liberties or hampers the Holy Cros3 minstrel returned Wednesday to spend the 5 April offered in a splendid variety, in all sizes 13 to 17 Easter vacation with her mother, spread of Catholicism in this coun- show in now Holy Cross Hall, of the country, and no one knows Mrs. S. D. Thompson. and Broadway. MADRAS SHIRTS MEN'S HOSIERY this better than those who seek to try." May its task become lighter ond 7 April Minstrel show of make "preparedness" a campaign with each added year. B. J. Madden, Miss Marguerite church, evening Ryan St. yVugustine's and tho Misses Decoursey, of Issue. That this country is in no only. street, were recent DON'T KNOW TEDDY. South Sixth d been danger of invasion has April 28 Euchre and lotto, after- Sunday guests of Mrs. William F. An extraordinary lot of Men's Fine Silk A remarkable group of Shirts, including Hall, noon and evening, Bertrand hv the nresent war. Encland DeLeslie's Magazine, which is a sup auspices of St. Louis Bertrand Decoursey and Miss Mary both soft and laundered cuff style, Hosiery, which is to be had in both black coursey at Highland Park. all sizes, in possesses the biggest fleet, and has porter of the Republican party, nimrnli Tloht nml TliillrHnrr Pniwl. . ..imIha nm.nl n 4 1. o . Al. t throws a sop to the Rough in Shirts of fine madras in the season's newest and white. This Hosiery is all silk and 1 Rider In Young men nndjr' Announcement has been made of April all the great nations combined, and Its. latest Issue, In which It says "that ladies' entertainment at Sti Leo tho engagement of Miss Mario C. patterns. We have never had a dollar Shirt at the wearing points. This is a yet it took England, with the as- if a Republican administration Donovan, daughter of Dennis Donooffering equal to this one. wonderful value. is Hall, Highland Park. May 1 Hibernian Social Club and van, and Clarence G. Leppert, whoso sistance of France, threo weeks to chosen this year Roosevelt will bo marriage will take place early in land 70,000 men on French soil, just appointed Secretary of State and Ladles' Auxiliary Initial danco at June. Both are popular In Men's Neckwear Men's Hosiery Men's Neckwear twpnty-tw- o mllo ferry. then will bo given the Presidential Gait House. across the society circles. May 1 and 2 Grand May party, At that rate It would take a whole nomination in 1920. "This is the afternoon and night, by St. Paul's 'John J. Bnrry, editor of the New year for England, Franco and Ger- plan of the Republican leaders, who church, Jackson and Kentucky. Haven Echo, is visiting in WashRich Silk Scarfs, of a heavy Men's Hosiery, in solid and Men's Silk Scarfs, in the May 2 Lotto afternoon and even- ington, and has been tho guest of to land a million evidently still don't know their man. many combined broad, flowing end style, in qnality, in exceptional and striped patterns, of a wondermen in the United States, and in that Tho man who gets the Republican ing in Gambrlnus Hall for benefit of the Kentucky Congressional delegaAloyslus church, Pewee Valley. a complete variety of choice attractive patterns. They are ful quality of imported and tion, his time twenty millions would have nomination will have to get It over St.May 2 Euchre, lotto and supper spare and some say that all of adhas been spent full and broad. accordion silk. patterns. trained to meet them. That wo Roosevelt's dead body and he will in St. Columba's Hall, afternoon and miring time Commodore John in been Barry the should have a big navy to protect not be pacified with tho promise of evening. statue. May 2 Euchre, lotto and supper. our commerce and make our flag o Cabinet position. Louisville patrons of the afternoon and evening, auspices of respected in foreign ports Is conand Cincinnati Packet Holy Rosary Alumnae, In Bertrand VEHDUN. ceded. Mr. Whitney, the Secretary GUIDE will be pleased to learn that BUYERS Hall. of the Navy during Cleveland's adMay 12 Entertainment In school Col. C. C. Fuller, or this city, will The attack on Verdun has now as Superintendent for anministration, saw that and prepared hall, and evening, for continue Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly other year. Col. Fuller Is a genial eight weeks and its in- benefitafternoon of St. Aim's church. urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements for it, but "preparedness" looking lasted for gentleman who never falls to care 7 May Mackin Council's mu- for travelers on his boats. to a big military establishment is tensity has not abated perceptibly. they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read's nothing more than a political cam- The German gains have been slow, sical concert, "Tin Soldiers," ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Theater. FORMER MAYOR HERE. cry to catch the votes of the but they are constant enough to paign justify their continuation. It is a May festival, euchro, 7 May THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. unthinking and the fools." O'Bryan, of W. M. AMERICAN ELEVATORS tremendous task that they have set lotto and supper for St. Francis INCORPORATES Assist church, Bardstown road nnd Owensboro, nnd little daughter. Miss themselves. Not since the siege of MADE IN LOUISVILLE BY and Georgia Marian, were visitors in the HE FAIR TO GERMANY. afternoon Carter avenue, Distillers OI Port Arthur in tho Kentucky Irish American office night. AMERICAN ELEVATOR & Wednesday, tho popular war has there been more determined OLD FORT.UNA SOUR MASH May 19 Exhibition by tho pupils having been The Toledo Record places little here for several days "HOLLENBAOH" Now is PURE RYE time and MACHINE CO. stock In the stories sent out from attack and more stubborn defense. of Miss Blanche Mitchell's Dancing as a delegate to the Royal Arcanum Louisville, K74 028 W. Main St. Port Arthur held out for months Academy, Macauley's Theater, 8:15 convention. Mr. O'Bryan is now a London about German atrocities just Levy's is place p. m. only to fall eventually. member of the City Council In as ft giv.es little credence to the ENGRAVERS 5 May Our Lady of Mercy Owensboro and connected with the to get them stories about England that are being Many Senators feel that there is Sewing Circle May festival, at Acad- Central Trust Company, of which K7HLICH ENGRAVING COMl'AMx" BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY circulated from Berlin. In time of no pressing need for such legislation emy Hall, 117C East Broadway. he is a director. ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS The "Confirmation Suit" Is only one objective win. 21 Trinity Council moonwar there Juno ICE CREAM as tho immigration bill, which re- light excursion on steamer Homer TO BEGIN PROMPTLY. is a specialty in this store ELBCTROTYPERS Often it means winning at any cost. cently passed tho House. The bill Smith. 1104 South Seventh Street we have studied for 486 W. Mala St., Louisville, Ky We leave our readers to believe as ie on At the meeting of tho Church the calendar where It' will not fifty-fiv- e Phono City 6574 years how to Home Phone City 6674 Debt and Building Fund Entertainsympathies suggest. We do their 8aacBaDCafi8M3acaaos3 ment Committee of St. Louis be reached for some time. Its death give you the best and most try to bo fair. Just now there is be"SOUTHERN STAR" in committee would not bo mourned. church on Monday evening for your money. They 1 ing circulated some lurid stories it was decided that In tho future SLICED BACON are beautifully made of "The Place Where Old Clothes Ar about German interference with rethe euchres and lottos given would Special Easter editions were is 'All Ready for Your Griddle In tho the best fabrics obtainabl e commence promptly at 2:30 in tho ligion in captured territory. While sued by the Buffalo Catholic Union Made to Look Like New." Moraine" pleasingly styled and afternoon and 8:30 in the evening, it is probable there are specific cases and Times, Denver Catholic Register to go into effect at the first SPALDING DRY CLEANING CO HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE carefully tailored; with Mrs. Mary Ryan visited relatives this of interference on the part of cer- and the Western Catholic. of the series of spring euchres and Each last week at Cloverport. LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Knickerbockerknee pants PHONES 1887. to be given next Friday in lottos (Incorporated.) tain officials, it is unfair to blame was ot the highest standard and re- or long pants. They are This innovation will Miss Katherlno Menne left Tues Bertrand Hall. tho Imperial Government or the Ger-- flect the progress of tho Catholic positively the best that be pleasing to many, as the uncerThos. U. Kennedy Louis D. Coady day to spend Easter week In man consuiuuon. wo nugui as wen press, R. JEUNESSE tainty in the time of starting this can be made at their re KENNEDY-COADCO. causes much class of entertainments condemn tho American constitution spective prices. $4.00 and Incorporated BUILDING CONTRACTOR Those whom God has blessed Miss Mayme Hays was a Sunday confusion and impatience. nnd the whole American people for upwards. MEN'S FURNISHINGS goods should deem visitor to Mrs. Will Grant at spasmodic outbreaks of bigotry in with this world's ST. PATRICK'S. Okalona.' 810 YORK STREET 631 WEST WALNUT STREET this country. For a genuine respect it an honor to be a benefactor and liberally to the Easter Homo Phone, City 7662 The ladles of St. Patrick's parish of South Mrs. Mary Baldwin, for religion and religious liberty wo contribute Phono South 1758 Louisville, Ky. LOUISVILLE, ICY'. afternoon from will entertain Monday find nothing better than tho regula- collection for tho education of young Sixth street, has recovered and evening with a euchre and lotto her recent Illness. tions issued by Field Marshal von men for the holy priesthood. party in tho new school hall at SixARTHUR A. WILL THOS. J. BRODERI0K teenth and Market, with games and Hindenburg for the schools of Miss Irene American soldiers and citizens are has returned McCabe, Crescent Hill, refreshments for tho children and Third and Market. from a visit to Mrs. PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Poland. Tho most Important section now being a luncheon from 5 to 10 o'clock. killed with ammunition Denver Cornett in Harlan. reads as follows: Besides the handsome china cabinet country to tho twin sent from this Home Phone City 4392-- J "The schools are to foster religand swing that will bo disposed ot 2431 Montgomery Street MsfrT Carranza and Villa, and guests J. C. Steltenpohl C. had as there will be elegant prizes, many youth in vlrtuo week Mrs. Gruber last ious sentiment; train 1000 Zano Street with tho permission of the Wilso and Miss Agnita Gruber, of Mary- - of them. The ladles urge their Home Phone Shawnee 1010 nnd discipline; promote obedience, to come and help swell friends dale. industry, truthfulness and unsullied administration. the new school fund and have a SEE POOLEY WM. ISGRIGG Ideals and develop moral character was last good time. Tho first mass on Eas Mrs. Baxter Kremar Boycott tuo "movies ' that are FOR CONFIDENTIAL, MONEY church at and manly effort. Tho providing Indecent and the housese that present week tho guest of her parents, Mr. ter Sunday high St. Patrick's o'clock, SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR RELIABLE mass at 6 will be a and Mrs. M. H. Webb, at and conducting of religious instruc- them. with the Rev. Father Cronln, V. G F. R. TOOLEY 4100 Henry Street as the celebrant. tion will be In tho hands of tho reRoom 1, Courier-JournBuilding. rcligiqus Mrs. Vincent Burke, of Covingcommunities, Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-spective POSTPONED. 415 Fourth Street ton, arived last week to visit her "THE AMERICAN GIRL." Evangelical, Catholic, Jewish, under vJk. I mother, ' PEOPLES PKOVTDENT ASSOCIATION The celebration of the feast of Clifton. Mrs. Elizabeth Burns, in the supervision of the civil governOn Tuesday, May 2, the musical Incorporated. 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS St. Paul of tho Cross by the fathers ment. Wherever religious instruction and dramatic society of tho Acadwas organized by citlzena Miss Mae Adams Lincoln to make has emy of Our Lady of Mercy, which is not sufficiently provided for by at the Passionist Monastery on the MANUFACTURERS Newburg road has been postponed been spending a few days In Frank- embraces some excellent talent, will LOANS the religious denominations the duty from April 28 to the Monday follow fort, the guest of Miss Anita present Vincent's delightful operon furnlturo and other personal propLouisville Made Furnaces will fall upon the government. In ing, May 1. This has been done Thomas. etta, "The American Girl," in the erty at academy auditorium. The society, LOWIST SATES. order that the thorough religious on account of the late Easter this 2 S. Ninth St. MULLOY'S COFFEE Coleman BIdg., on May Mrs. John P. Hellon and son, of formed of the graduates ana aauit tducatlon of youth may be assured." year. The ceremoniesImpressive, 1 will S. B. Cor. Third and Jefferson. be elaborate and 1602 Dumesnil street, are vlstting music students of the academy, has Home Phone City 2542 Both Phones, 2886. In meditating on tho above the all who desire and assist at them will In Chicago, 111., as the guests of tho richt of two performances, and on Is the best coffee value offered. to If you want a delicious, inexpenAmerican people may learn a lesson. be welcome. the abovo date this operetta will be Mrs. J. C. Kimble. Homo 1671. Cumb. South 140-JOHN B. O'liEARY & CO. sive coffee, heard for the first time In this city. They certainly need it. Don't BInmo tho Cook If YourHeadquarters for Mrs. Mary Constantine, of "The American Girl" has a sparkTRY OU- RWILL TAKE STAR PART. ColToo Is Not Good left last week for Chi- ling musical setting and the libretto CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. REAL FOX HUNT. cago, to visit her daughter, Mrs. Is full of fun and good humor, as Tho Mackin Council Choral Club Seo us about anything in real tho title suggests. Miss Rose HenEdward Shollmutt. Our Coffee is Carefully Selected estate. We sell, buy and rent. As it appears to America tho pur- is pleased to announce that they ley and Miss Louisa Malone will 2 1.2 Lbs. while green, then blended and have secured Miss Bertha Cohn to 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. printer. Is assist the society, also the academy Will Dlerken, the local suit of Villa has become a real fox Special rebate ticket good for ROASTED BY US DALLY take a leading part in their new setting 'em up (not type) on ac- orchestra and the younger musical City 4464. Home Phono 10c in trade with 2 hunt. According to actual count show, entitled "Tin Soldiers," which count of n lbs. of little boy at his home students, who will appear as dolls New Blend. FINE the fox has been surrounded nine will be presented at Macauley's on Denmark street. Residence rhone, Pewee Valley from many lands. This production ICE CREAM AND SHERBETS Phone, City" 3180. limes, killed twice and wounded once Theater on Monday, Tuesday and will be found worthy of a large JOHN M. MULLOY, Wednesday evenings, 75c Per Gallon Sojourning at West the after his first death. Tho situation and 17. Miss Cohn May 15, 16 past week were Messrs. Baden Fed-lo- r, audience. appeared as JOS. DALY 212 West Market. J. C. Special prices to Churches, Festivals. of our troops, now cut off from the leading lady in the last production LAID TO REST. Jr., and wife, D. Carroll and and all largo orders was wlfo P. Garrltty and J. W. Beck. which United States by a of this organization, WATIIEN CONTRACTING PAINTER army of Mexicans, la critical iu the called "Terrace Tavern" and which The body of Sister Agatha Brown, City 7075. 430 S. Eighth St. given at the Masonic Theater was Edward HOLY CROSS .MINSTRELS. 120 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. extreme. Speculations on the pos- In 1913. She scored a big success New York J. Bosler left Sunday for of the Dominican order, who died and Old Point Comfort, Saturday at St. Francis Hospital, sible outcome give rise to unpleasant in that show and she is expected to where ho will join Mrs. Bosler and Grand Island, Neb., reached here Much interest is being manifested HATS Ar thoughts. There is at present much repeat the accomplishment in "Tin his daughter, Miss Margaret Bosler, Monday en routo to Springfield, In the Holy Cross minstrels, who First Communion Books THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 Mis3 will the took place. will perform next Monday and Tueswhore the interment popular mind about Soldiers." part ofCohn show, have the for a stay of three weeks. perplexity in the really big and the. Sister Aeatha was a sister of Will- - day evenings, the entertainment the real object for which the Ameri- author has written for her a part Mrs. Nellie Buschermohle, of 537 lam A. Brown Mrs. M. B consisting of a ROSARIES and can troops were sent into Mexico. In which will enable her to display her East Gray street, was given a sur Hussey. both of this city. She was and play, tho combination minstrel latter bearing the SCAPULAR MEDALS a manner. years startling title of his letter to the American people many talents iu a versatile of songs priso party by a gathering of her born in Louisville forty-eigOut." Besides singing number lady friends on Tuesday afternoon, nco and lived here until she en- Tho young men "Murder Willtaking and women President Wllspn said: "An adequate especially writton for her, she will the occasion being her birthday. See oar new book, "How to Get tered St. Catherine's Convent at part have been rehearsing faithfully force will bo sent at once in pursuit appear in two fancy and artistic Springfield thirty years ago. Ma.ried." and the managing directors assure Miss Margaret Tobin, of Crescent of Villa, with tho single object of dances which will be a feature of Every Devotional Article hers. a first class performance, bubbling the new show. Miss Cohn is tho Hill, has returned from a visit to JOINS DOMINICAN ORDER. capturing him and putting a stop to daughter of Col. Herman V. Cohn. over with wit and humor, interher sister, Miss Nell Tobin, who was tie troable to nhovr goods. Ills forays." The official orders sent of the Louisville Anzelger, and no operated on at St. Thomas' InfirmTheodore Maynard, the British spersed with the latest and popular to Gen .Funston declare; "These doubt her legion ot friends will turn ary in Nashville, Tenn. Miss Tobin poet, whose poems have just been musical hits. Tho curtain will rise Rogers Church Goods Co. huge taeiipd in London, lias entered the at 8:15 and tickets of admission are out in troopa will be withdrawn to Ameri- success full force to witness thesurety i Is improving. All the late tad tew Stylas and Shaped, cents, sne win reserved seats pominican monastery to study for twenty-fiv- e territory a aoon as the de facto achieve. which 129 S. FOURTH AYE. can cut fee found kare at reasonable priM, twenty-fiv- e cents extra. Miss Durrett Oglesby, who is at- - the priesthood. One of the Remarkable Offerings In the Stewart Spring Sale of Men's Furnishings. Silk Grepe Shirts at $4.65 24-2- 1-- 2 Thirty-sec- 2C-2- demon-titrate- $1.00 65c ed 30-M- ay Jeffer-sonvll- lo 65c 95c 95c RELIABLE FOR CAREFUL Boys' 15-1- Mac-auley- 1C-1- Ex-May- or Russo-Japane- se Confirmation Suits the the or 24-2- Ber-tran- SOCIETY. Y & LEVY'S BUILDER cut-throa- . i t i al L. J well-know- n 210-22- - NEW BLEND 2 65c TRY LUBBERS 21-- J. well-equipp- ht V ci3K:ixjOBrsr ixen&xi ajskexs.h2AJ3s: m i ii 1 1 hh-- iHtnimi ! 11 ii t--f h i st. columba's recital. What the Club Plan Is I AND Your Boy's Confirmation What It Means to You T simply for the convenience o our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods, such as Furniture, carpets, itugs, etc. The Club Plan is an extended payment plan instituted purely and X "When you join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent. of the amount of your purchases for Joining; for instance x SUIT be 75c. . Tho membership fee on a $25.00 purclmso wonld $ 4.00 5.00 7.50 There will be a musical recital by the music class pupils of St. Columba's school tomorrow evening in tho parish hall, Thirty-fift- h and Market streets. Those taking part are Misses Florence Kipp, Hat-ti- e Thompson, Magdalene Hartman, Ida Woods, Naomi Forcht, Magdalene Kuchenbrod, Dorothy Sulli van, Mary Connolly, Elizabeth Yeager, Lucetta Buren, Mildred Everhart, Meyer, Mario Helen Lelchner, Lillle McKune, Marguerite auger; wasters pniiip German, John Lee Seller, Harrison Heuglin, Edmund Gorman and Cyril Connelly. ARCHBISHOP RETURNS. I IHHHHHIHMimil)limIMmmHIMH T MERMAN STRAUS SONS J f roUBTM AVEfflrt wcaFBffArero 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 oftects; trimmed with dainty lace; some hand-em- broidercd styles; sizes 8 to 14 years; specially priced for 3Ixmday from $3.98 to $15.00 The membership fco on a $50.00 purchase would be $1.50. Tho membership feo on greater purchases would of course bo 1b proportion. The Kinds That Are Absolutely All Wool If real merit is any consideration to you, your boy's Confirmation Suit will come from us. We are "specialists" in Boys' Clothes. We make a study of it. We know what your boy should wear and we have it for him. We Guarantee the Colors of Our Boys' Tho news that tho Most Rev. Archbishop Blenk would return Saturday momlnir to New Orlpnns fpfm Shreveport, where ho had been for several weeKs at tne sanitarium, to preside on Easter at the solemn In the St. Lnilta nn Hi ml rn1 was received with rejoicing by cere-monles T "' ! ! ;; You are then asked to pay 10 per cent.1 of your total purchase For instance, on a $25.00 purchase you as the first payment. pay $2.50 down in addition to the membership fee, making a total of J3.25. The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance in small weekly or monthly pa:ments. and Fast Dyed. populace. His Grace returns much Improved in health, strong and vigorous, to take up again the full administration of the affairs at, .Ihis great archdiocese, whose people clergy and laity and the entire Girls' Dresses $1.98 f to $4.50 have been so sorely distressed ever since the severe illness which attacked him In Chicago some fifteen months ago. MEMORIAL In a ;I When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan aro purchased at our cash prices whether special or regular you will more clearly see that our memoersnip ree is notning in comparison with the additional cost installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments. FOR TEACHER. h, Confirmation Suits, Splendid showing of Girls' Dresses; made of fine quality J materials, ginghams, corded pique and repps; beautiful X styles; jacket and jumper effects. Some have dainty whito T guimpes; solid colors, whito and pretty plaids; sizes G to 14 Z $4.50 T years; specialy priced for Monday from $1.98 to t A cheerfully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor. CTniviTiinu nniCTo tmts iinnsR i?itnmsnivn ami OMER HOUSEHOLD GOOUS ARE SOLD OX THE CLUB I'LAN. Any further information regarding tho Club Plan will be T It will be a pleasure and a saving to you if your boy's outfit comes from us. ? "Real" Boy's Wear, $2.45 to $9.00 fikrtiK Fit Your Boy Complete. Other Boys Suits, Made to Stand a We Can a SON1 bacon INCORPORATED W Incorporated. fioA i mi i.(- NA4 Market St., Bet. Fifth and Sixth the students that had studied under tho late Sister Aloyslus, Superior of the minims department of Notre Dame, gather at the university some time In till? npnr fiiinr fnr memorial services In her memory. In accordance with Judge Lindsey's suggestion a movement has been set on foot to endeavor to have the memorial services this commencement. Sister Aloyslus was Judge only teacher. SU.MMER Dame University, Judge Ben B. Llndsey, founder of the Juvenile Court movement, proposed that all letter to Rev. John Cavan-augC. S. C, President of Notre t Glisl' 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; sizes G to 18 years. Special Monday ODc to $1.50 Children's JIOc Gowns !25c. Gowns; Children's Cambric tucked yoke; full length and width; sizes 2 to 10 years; value 39c. Monday special Children's 17c Drawers 10c. Children's Drawers; made of h good quality muslin and cluster of tucks; sizes 2 to 12 years; value 17c. Special Monsoft-finis- day 10c Girls' 50c Gowns 30c. Girls' Cambric Gowns; neat yoke; finished tucked with ruflle; full width and length; sizes 8 to 14 years; valuo 50c. 25c Special Monday 30c SCHOOL REUNION. We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. 44,MnlnH"I".IllMI"l"I"IM-"- W SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. O. H. of the leaders in the Y. M. I. move- ment in Indiana. A nwiiwiwiimiHmiiiniiWi SURia Funeral ono YY. l'OI'K DKFEXDS JEWS. After a quarter of a century of pleasant but arduous work the Catholic Summer School at Platts-buron Lake Champlain', will celebrate at its opening in June Its I Colored Dress Materials For Easter 11 Inch Crepe Tussah Cloth , h In a beautiful range of colors; Itlnck specially priced for 1.10 sizes -54-iucAll-wo- ? g, and All-wo- .. ol Imported Whito Checks All ol .$1.50 OIT11I1IO JU1V and Embalmer QHTDPEJHP DIVISION 1. Meets Fourth Thursday, Liederkranz AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Director Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ityan. Vice President W. L. dishing. Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Secretary Financial Edward Clancy. BOTH PHONES 810. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Y7T?CTr TRRRTn'DQmvr Sentinel Tim Lyons. Thomas Keenan. James English. DIVISION 3. First and Third Monday at Hiber1818-182- vvAvvwiAvvvivvvvvtvvv MAIN 3971.y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS HOME PHONE S8 CDMBERLAND i Hesslon, O'Brien. 0 nian Home, Portland. President Lawrence J. Mackey. Vice President John J. Riley. Secretary Financial John J. Recording Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Jr. Secretary Daniel Matthew FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. Sentinel Thomas Noon. Dougherty. M. Kalaher. i 822 Ea.st MslIxx vvvvivvvvvvvv-vyyvvvy- street. 'rrrn'' 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan. Recording Secretary James J. "VTTVVVTV'T McTlghe. DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, fifOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT Funeral Directors Climb. Main SOOS.a Treasurer Sentinel Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Pat Connelly. J. McDermott. I. Edward Byrne. Y. M. and Embalmers TTnmA vuiy onno ,auuv "; .tru3 . 3IACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixth. BOTH IPIIOKTEJS. Schaad. First President Second S. O. Vice Vice Hubbuch. M. President President R. F. L. Scheckler. Financial Secretary, F. Recording Secretary Buckle. G. Adams. G. W. LADIES, AVOID THE RUSH H.BOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Bring your last year's hat to us early and save money by having it reblocked in tho newest shape. Wo Ilavo Forty New Shapes To Select From Our method of reblocking, cleaning and dyeing has proven a great succcbs. Our forty years of business Is our guarantee. When you bring your hat to us you are bringing it to a reliable Louisville concern and you will get tho best attention. ' Our Prices 75c and $1 Treasurer G. J. Thornton. Marshal Theo. Buckle. Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. Outside Sentinel H. Pfetcer. TWIN C1TV LEAGUE. Kin WT3MT1 Ik XrUMWl-T-' Falls City Straw WorRs 713 Wes Jefferson Street North Side PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY TO-DA- Y BT GETTING A TUT BUG AND ROACH KILLER We are Headquarter for Konie Cleaning1 Materials snch as Unseed Oil Boap, Sconrlnir Powder, Matchless XJauld Fornltnre and Offlce Polishes, CHBMO Or Disinfectants, Germ ZUlers, Sto. Park last Sunday afternoon, over 10,000 people being in attendance. The Champs wore given a fright for the opening event, winning over Mackin in a ten to six game, but only after a hard struggle, and many say Mackin deserved to win, my EtiWPmWT4ypnfi!B but Manager Coleman says he has investigate Our New Free his boys under double wraps. The Limerick contingent, the Bertrand Delivery Service. club, slaughtered the youthful conin a 8EE OUR ADS IN THE TIMES, tingent representing Trinity K. of nineteen to ono game. The HERALD AND POST. C. team held the Imperials safe by a six to one score, and the newcomers in the league, the Orioles, beat the strong Olympics in a fifteen to seven game. Tho feature game tomorow will be between tho Champs and K. of C the latter team team being touted as sure pennant winners by many of the critics, and an idea of their strength t r EjTt 'JbcbbBV'H can be obtained by their showing e against the pennant winners. Mackin will meet Bertrand, Imperials will" play Orioles and the other contest will be between Trinity and Olympics. TIBtiont '8i2. l Fair weather and good baseball featured tho opening of tho Twfn City Baseball League at Shawnee pledge to reprove violations of the natural rights pf tho Jews is made by Pope Benedict, through Cardinal Gaspari, Papal Secretary of State, in his reply to the appeal sent to him by a committee of prominent American Jews, urging that ho intercede in alleviating the persecution to which members of their race have been subjected in various parts of the world. Tho letter- - from the Vatican, made public in New York on Monday, says: "The Supremo Pontiff has with interest taken notice of the letter bearing date December 30, 1916, which you have been pleased to address to him in the name of 3,000,000 Jewish citizens of the United States of America, in order to communicate to him generally the treatment to which your complain that they have been exposed in various regions, and at the same time you have requested him to interpose the weight of Ills supreme moral and spiritual power in order that these sufferings may be terminated by an act of that humnalty to which the Holy Father is so passionately devoted. "The Supreme Pontiff is unable to express himself concerning the special facts referred to memorandum submitted with your letter, but In principle, as tho head of tho Catholic church, which, faithful to lta divine doctrine and to its most glorious traditions, considers all men as brethren and teaches them to love one another, he will not cease to inculcate the observance among individuals as among nations of the principles of natural right, and to reprove every violation of them. This right should be observed and respected in relation to the children of Israel, as it should be as to all men, for It would not conform to justice and to religion Itself to derogate therefrom solely because of a difference of religious faith. "Moreover, in his paternal heart, pained by the spectacle of the existing horrible war, the Supreme Pontiff feels in this moment more deeply than ever tho necessity that all men shall recollect that they are brothers and that their salvation lies In the return to the law and love which is the law of the gospels. He also desires to interest to this end all who, especially by reason of the sacred attributes of are their pastoral ministrations, able to bring efficient aid to this important result. "In the meantime His Holiness rejoices in the unity which In civil matters exists in the United States of America among the members of different faiths and which contributes so powerfully to the peaceful prosperity of your great country. Ho prays to God that peace may at length appear for tho happiness of that humanity of which you truly say the Holy Father is the guardian." in-th- e silver jubilee. Men prominent in all sections of the country aro on a committee of arrangements which is working out details to celebrate the occasion. The annual Catholic Summer School reunion will be held at the Waldorf-AstoriNew York, on Friday evening, April 28. a, A CrejM? Tailor Suiting T Plaids, stripes and checks; also spring dresses. Fifteen good col- suitable for sport coats. Special ors in this lot. Only 75c ior .l.otj anu $1.70 42'incli All-wool Just the right weight for Foulard 54-iuc- h J HMHttUtWnlt)MIH TRINITY'S CAMPAIGN. iThe membership campaign of Trinity Council, Y. M. I., has been spurred on bv the offer of prizes for best results of the teams. The offer by a prominent attorney of Louisville of a prize for the team securing the largest number of applications, together with other offers, has created coslderable rivalry among the teams, and each captain asserts that his team will lead by a wide margin when the final reports are made. BISHOP LAWLER. of Lead, S. D will be installed as Bishop of the diocese of Lead on May 4. The ceremony will take place at the of St. Patrick. Bishop O'Gor-ma- n, of Sioux Falls, will officiate. Bishop-eject al F.RANK FEHR BREWING (& sssssssHiW BWsCf Hindi' U V4bV 'sfisK TssKJtV Right Rev. J. J. Lawler, iliary Bishop- - of St. Paul Aux- and sifJssl TMMmJsi ;ssMssMslslsZ& sassasasftBsMV WIRELESS STATION. graph station has been The wires for receiving messages have been attached to tho great golden dome of tho administration building, which towers over 200 feet into the air, BURKE Hon. Tho Notro Dame wireless tele- Brewers and Bottlers LOIHSVILLB. KY. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE FOR SENATE. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. John Burke. Treasurer of the United States, has announced that he will be a candidate for United States Senator from North Dakota at the November election. CONSISTORY. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. ft INCOItPORATED There Is a persistent rumor that Pope Benedict will hold another consistory in the very near future, when the red hat will be bestowed and new Cardinals created. POLICE CHOIR. A quartette of New York police men singing at tho funeral mass of Father Sullivan, chaplain of the department, last fall, has resulted in the formation of a choir of one hundred voices among the patrol men. PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, JOHN B. FRANK Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 200 WALTERS' X,OrjISVTLL.E. KI. APPEAL FOR MEXICO. In addition to the other horrors brought pn by tho Mexican revolution, tho people of Juarez are suffering for the lack of clothes. The terrible times In Mexico are hardly Hunger and thirst, believable. plague and famine are sweeping over the stricken country. It seems as though no means of torturing it have not been used. The offices of -- A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest cet the BEST. PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. GREAT CATHOLIC EVENT. GERMAN BANK four-tim- LKCTUKE ON NEW LAW. Attorney W. P. McDonogh will lecture to the members of Division 4, A. O. H., in Bertrand Hall next Monday evening, hU subject to be Fifth the new workmen's compensation law, which was adopted by the reLegislature and goes into efSir your boy an edacatJoa that will cent June 1, 'prepare them for life. fect and Market Sts. We are also Headquarter for Btok and Diseased Xooms. I Tool-gt.Un- g ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 113 "W. Broadway, JioniivlUe, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverlaa Brother. Business) Classical, Scientific and Course, Preparatory Department,Qyouaa-alas-a. Larr Swimming; Pool, Well Equipped Bro, James, Dlr. Terms Moderate. NEW ALBANY. Louisville Chemical Incorporated Co. Xeae Phone, City 191-11- 0 SOUTH THIRD BTRKET Unity Council, Y. M. I., of Now Albany, met Tuesday night with a large attendance of members. The feature was a splendid address by Guatav E. Welnmann. Unity Is one The national convention of the the Catholic Church Extension Soa1 Catholic Federation is always ciety have learned that the poverty-stricke- n big event. It is the nearest appeople are of Juarez proach that we have to, the great actually in need of clothes. Cloth"As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone' European congresses. It embraces ing the naked is one of the corporal all Catholic activities coming within works of mercy and it can be the scope of a national lay move- performed for these poor, suffering Oar Special $3.00 Spray ment. The business of the conven- people. Any good, clean clothes Cut Flowers for all occasions, Our Special $5.00 tion is all important; the expense that you will part with may be n Special attention given is great and the sessions aro few sent to the offices of the society in The largest values In Funeand short. How can this conven- Chicago, and they will be forwarded orders. ral Flowers ever offered in tion be made adequately productive so ns to reach these sufferers. Louiivlile, and reasonably efficient In justice NEUNER CO. NEW NANZ For prompt dellveryVall 323 to its ideals, its complex programme, FOR WOMAN'S EYE. both phones. INCORPORATED. tho sacrifice's brought, the expenses entailed and the hopes entertained? Louisville. ICy. Taffeta is the preferred silk for 057 Fourth Ave.. It can truthfully be said that much, suits. very much of what Is generally done Paris models foreshadow straight at 'the convention could have been skirt lines. done before the convention .and In vuushta mn Bright colored trimmings appear 1 preparation for it. If the directory nOfflEU 5HGP on whito voile waists. I of tho National Federation containfcurtti Awwe taitrvffir Tho high crowned hat implies the ing the result of a year's Federation "work were handed the dele- new close halrdressing. Flowers telegraphed everywhere." gates at the opening of tho conDeop Chinese. blue Is a favorito vention, and used in committees and shade for evening gowns. on the floor, perhaps half tho time at tho disposal of tho convention of Sometimes entire trains are formed ribbon sewed togother, could more profitably bo applied Tub silk waists 'with striped in to largor problems and tho organization of future work. It would strong color'are the latest. While skirts are full they may all bo gain and no loss, to be as straight as one chooses Many of the prettiest summer have them. NORTON BUILDING The vogue of the check coats cheap effects they have been frightafternoon frocks are In the thin N.W. Carner Faurlk and JttTtrsM crepes and chiffons and grenadines. may be said to have passed. With fully overdone. FLORISTS a Wreath M6& 1 FRED ERHART ARCHITECT f jKBISirrXJOKY IftXJSH THE BY WORD OF EVERY IRISH AMERICAN I$hkJk444hJx5?x45 SS5$SI48k$Sk$$3S MEIO. THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASa DEPARTMENT STORE 5w3A GO TO HALPIN KmimmtStrnm INCORPORATED o We Are Very Anxious For You To Know That You Can Buy Our We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates. D AND SAVE $5 00 Men's Real $20 T 1 K 00 II IN SIX TO FOURTEEN YEAR SIZES. , &$& Clothes for - - 4)h-week we have received a comprehensive variety of Within the past sizes, every style shown being entirely new Children's Dresses, in to the usual careful material. $.250 and $3.00 Hats For in design, and which are Theybeare all madeall with the Kautmanotrausskill and goods. to of workmanship found in (Second Floor, Children's Dress Goods Dept.) Splendid Showing of Children's Dresses 6 14-year GOOD CARPETS SS.OO AWN CLOIIIINC - Values are particularly strong. $1.75 fj & 1$i fFourth Ave at Jefferson Louisville Vffl? CONFIRMATION SHOES For Misses and Children soon be EASTER and you should buy the "kiddies'" footwear early. And Remember that you may find as good shoes elsewhere, but you'll pay more. will stripes with white middy blouse; collar and cuffs to match skirt. The other has white bkirt and fancy striped belted coat. Most attractive styles at the price. $2.50 Best quality Imported Gingham Dresses; style with full plaited skirt, belt straps and belt. Collar is of line embroidery. Also at this price arc dainty Dresden Figured Kice Cloth Dresses, with bolero of rose or blue repp. Plaited lawn collar and cuffs lacu style dress d trimmed. This is a $3.50 "White Lawn Dresses, daintily trimmed with Valenciennes lace and embroidery. Tucked waist, bolero effect. At this price, too, are blue, rose, white or salmon repp Dresses, strictly tailored with plaited skirt and wide pockets in waist belt. Two white collar and and skirt. long-wnist- ed short-waistchand-embroiderHand-embroidere- Children's Dresses, in sizes 6 to 14 years Ahririy Suits with middy blouse or belted coats. One has awning stripe skirts, pink or blue J $1.00 Two splendid styles in Children's to year Dresses; checked or striped ginghams, in ell styles, with or without yoke. Trimmed in solid color chambrays. 6 14- - M ON THE CLUB PLAN 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 Not d splendid range of Novelty Dresses; Organdies, lace and emd broidery trimmed; white poplin in style, with full plaited skirt and novelty on the waist. coat effects. Repps 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 are in Norfolk style with novelty pockets. Skirts arc made on long waists. , Piquo Drosses, in $8.75 jumper effects and novelty Voile Dresses. Voile Dresses arc made in d skirts and style with $5.95 A 6 sizes to 14 years. Hand-embroideri- long-waist-c- Hesitate to Investigate Our Club Plan Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff (INCORPORATED) 522-52- 4 Hand-embroider- hand-embroider- West Market Street. short-'waistehand-embroider- full-plaite- d cuffs. boleros. $$&$&&S&$&&Q&$&Q EUCHRE, LOTTO, SUPPER BENEFIT OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCH HIBERNIANS. What They Havo Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT 1 AND 2. 1916 0&fm5mv&3; mmm"""J'IJ" . ' In School Hall, Jackson and Kentucky Streets. In addition there will be a varied and pleasing programme, presented by some of Louisville's best Games will "be called at 2:30 and 8:00 o'clock. Many prizes. Admission 25 cents, including either games or supper. fun-maker- s. 417-41- 9 Fourth Ave, I B. DRIVER A. J. POLS BOTH PHONES HARRY HENRY Division 1 will meet next Thursday ovenlng. Tho order Is increasing In membership and enthusiasm In Alabama. 2635 creasing its membership at every meeting. quarters for the national convention The Copley-Plaz- a Division 23 of Brooklyn will Is CONFIRMATION SHOES AND SLIPPERS For Boys and Girls. Patents and White. Popular prices. $1.75 to $3.00, according to size. 318 W. Market. mM In- CLEANING AND DYEING CO. INCORPORATED. be head- at Boston. 426 South Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. Our workmanship is positively tlio host in city, nml hacked up by a house of long standing and financially the responsible. Our servlco not equaled. Where the QuicR Meal Comes In Where tlio homo is Uajuanjr-JLJIilM brightest; Where tho work lightest; Whcro tho meal I wlBWJyW f cooked best; Whcro tho range stands tho test That's where the "Quick Meal" comes in. Quick Meal Gas Rouges Sold, Installed and M Where work Is quickly real fun; Whcro baking gives dono; Whcro cooldng seems dfellbK & SON, UiNK Whcro drudgo is out of i MOUNTAIN BATTERIES IN MEXICO. v sight Photo shows the difficulties of the United States troops in chasing That's uhcro the Mexico tho army eouip-- . tho mountains of "Quick Meal" comes Villa throuch of mountain batteries packed onPart of k so as to ger ment consists in. J thrnimh the smaller imssos. Highly Recommended lotto and 500 party for members KN1UUTS OP COLUMBUS and their families. mule-bac- w. MARKET ST, GICAND MAY PAHTY. Late News UOLLAR That Will Interest with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. HB The same courteous attention eiven the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old starts a Savings Account Members Here and Indications point to a class of 100 for the Initiation at Cincinnati on Under the BiJ Clock Second and Market 4 April 30. State Government Snperviaion. Last week the three degrees were conferred on a splendid class at Clyde, Ohio. German Insurance BanK It HHWfrHII son, Cal. Last week 130 niembeis woro admitted Into the order at Denver. A chnrter membership of sixty Is assured for a new council at Jack- St. Paul's congregation Is going to celebrate on May 1 and 2, afternoon and night, in a maner that will make people sit up and take notice. There will be euchre and lotto and a supper that promises to be a most elaborate affair and will bo enjoyed by hundreds. Men and women of the parish are busy with preparations and will leave nothing undone to mako this occasion outdo by St. anything yet attempted Paul's people. To It all the friends of Rev. Eugeno Donahoe, the pasof tor, will be welcome, which course will make It all the nioro enjoyable. - celebration. Corporal Jerry O'Leary, of the local police department, Is enjoying his ten days vacation. Fifty San Francisco Hibernians have formed an auto club and will makruns on Sundays. New Oi leans Hibernians have approved the resolutions adopted at the recent Irish race convention. Tho Hibernian Rifles of San Francisco are looked upon as one of the finest military bodies In California A campaign has been arranged for in West Virginia which is expected to make that State proud of its mcmbeishlp. The danco to bo given by tho Hibernian Social Club and Ladles' at the Gatl House is attracting much attention. The- -' Hibernian fair at Portland, Ore., will be opened by Archbishop Christie and tho Governor, who will deliver an address.. Boston Hibernians aro preparing for the entertainment of 10,000 delegates and visitors at the national convention next July. evening and hear a lecture on the now workmen's compensation law by Brother W P. McDonogh. The various divisions of Buffalo will unite in an Easter reception Wednesday night, planned to be a reunion of families and friends. The coming national convention at Boston will bo the flftloth held In this country. It Is sixteen years since the last meeting In that city. Vice President John Riley, of Division 3, has promised tho Ladles' Auxiliary a new member tho little glil who arrived at is home re cently. The national convention, which will last five days, will apen with solemn services at tho Holy Cross Cathedral, at which Cardinal O'Con-np- ll Division 4 The County Board will soon decide upon the annual midsummer w. Market. INCORPORATED. DAN 214 J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. Hennessy UPSTAIRS Axman 425 W. POPULAR PRICE TAILORS STORE. Jefferson Street AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES will meet Monday FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. OLDBARBEE The Best Straight Whisky On Earth I P. 1 1 ;;P. I til McKENNA :H. McKenna, Distiller. Fairfield, Ky. n COLONELS WILL DO. The fund for the INCORPORATED Tho battle for the pennant flag Is headquarters In Now York City has on In the American Association and p. BANNON, JR.. M. J. BANNON, Sole Owairs ItegUtered DIat. No. 32 LAWRENCE J. VEENEMAN, reached over 1116,000. the Louisville fans are eager for vice frei. I Trias. I Up. On Easter Sunday afternoon Ssentiry. Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West Main Street. as tho showing :: egg hunt the fray,against Minneapolis of the Council will have an in the Colonels for the kiddies of the members. opening games has convinced even Council will have the most skeptic that we have a Zanesville j! will officiate. WE'LL FIX THAT FAN FOR YOU charge of the summer outing of the ball team that is sure to be a conThe AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND RIGHT Knights of Central Ohio, to be hold tender for first honors. It was the ton, S. Ladles' Auxiliary of CharlesC, Initiated seventy candiat Buckeye lake. ram;.. T- .Sewer and Culvert Pipe, Better look over your fans NOW and lot consensus of opinion throughout the dates in the past two months. It ones which deed it BEFORE IX GBTS KEALLY HOT. The retreat that closed Sunday circuit that Cantlllon's aggregation Is tho ambition of tho President to Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Condaits, night in St. Joseph's Cathedral, Wall Coplutf, Drain Tile, Titriged BrlcK, $ Columbus, was the most successful looked the best In tho league, this reach tho 300 marlc this year. acknowledged superiority being due CO. Members of the order in Wisrrooung, rime Lining, Mre BrlcK ire INCORPORATED. of tho eight held by Council 400. to the strength of his pitching staff, consin ate rapidly affiliating with Phone 135 Crate and Boiler Tile, Croand Fire Clay, Chimney i'eps. 333 WEST MAIN STREET The Knights of Tiffin, Ohio, are while that of the Colonels was an tho new mutual life Insurance asadding an auditorium and remod- unknown quantity. Thus In the sociation organized pursuant to OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON eling the building on East Perry scheduling! of Minneapolis here for action taken at tho last State constreet that they have owned for the opening games Louisville was vention. Tho Insurance feature HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. given a severe test and tho verdict should prevail throughout the entlro several years. Los of the fans is that Cantillon's club order, Joseph Scott, of Hon. WORKS 13th tad Brcck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and lOth. Angeles, just completing a nation- as it stands should havo no terrors the prizes to bo awarded Behind tho bat by AmongDaughters 1 for the Clymers. 1HH 111 1 1 II t JMIH-IiI 1 1 1 101 1 1 tho 1 H wide lecture tour for tho order, will Erin Owens may outclass our catchers euchre party next of week at their deliver the commencement address slightly, for the but our Infield of Kraft, benefit at Crclghton University, Omaha. of Vincent Ferrer McCarthy, Roach and Corridon look church, New St. City, Seventy-fiv- e will leceive tho sec- better is tho latest York Knight, than ond and third degrees at Indian- Altlzer and Smith, while Holland, edition of tho Catholic Encyclopedia, no one a trip to apolis on April 30. On the same Bermuda and a trip to , for a moment of 713-71- 5 day Decatur and Huntington Coun- would think Platte or Whltemantrad- Washington. SOUTH SEJVJBJNTH STREET ing Daniels, for Every member of Division cils will also initiate t new members. Cashion, Massey and Acosta, tho 1 Titilmot-CH- t., S. 239i. Hmm, CKy 2339. Tho class to receive the third de- latter being a star, but the former should be present at the meeting next Thursday night. President gree last Saturday at Denver was so two are only fair. Their pltctilng largo that the council hall wfas too staff rrtay be conceded an edge be Mark Ryan and his fellow officers work small for the exemplification, which cause the quality of the Colonels is are doing excellent quarter and tho Cutnb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 will bo was transferred to El Jebel Temple. still unknown, but in the depart- reports for tho first 1b THE now no sick There Monday evening there will be a ment which the Millers have always encouraging. means a rapid financial list, formal dance and reception at the shone and which Is Cantlllon's pet gain. which only, hobby the hitting line It can bo K, of C. homo for members the committee In charge stipulating said right now that Louisville can BEXEFIT FOH SCHOOL. loai iun uress must oe worn, ua beat him at his own game. Kraft, Wednesday evening Lecturer Whlteman, Corridon, Daniels and INCORPORATED Tho ladles of St. Cecilia's congreThomas Walsh ihas secured Treas- Platte are sure 300 hitters, while gation aro making extensive preparade- Minneapolis can only count on Cash-Iourer Robert Watson ta give a Altlzer and Owens, the latter tions for a cake sale, euchre and tailed history of the financial history of' the council during the past not being In regularly either. All lotto party for the benefit of the year, and this should prove inter in all, Wathea and Clymer can school, to he held In St. Cecilia Hall, esting to many, an Mr. Walsh has stand pat on the present lineup, and 2621 St. Cecilia street, on Tuesday at all hMrilng bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength ,exceHaatfM) April 25. the faculty of making a dry report be a flag contender. St. Paul will afternoon and evening, e They invite all their friends to this interesting reading. 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