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A month ago lie claimed 350,000 colors. Driven from that absurdity by tho showing up of the official fig- SMOKE El Nomo 10c WilHoe 5c Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 29 1916. footllehtQ. PRICE FIVE CENTS. with Ihn Amnrlnan flat IRISHMEN Irishmen had joined the English Not Loyal or True to England in ures he reduced that number last "War Declares Victor Sunday to 160,000. As matter of fact, he is still more than Herbert. 0,000 above the ofilclal figures. Assails John Redmond's Figures Concerning Irish In the Ranks. People Still Regard Britain Only As Oppressor nml Enemy. TROOPS NEEDED IN IRELAND 5 Victor Herbert, the noted cotn- poser and bandmaster, President of " tho Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of Now York City, and one of the chief participants In the recent Irish race convention, has Issued the following statement In regard to Ireland's position In tho present war: On tho memorable night in 1914, after tho opening of the war, when John Redmond arose in the House of Commons and promised the support of the Irish people to England in this war, he In reality abdicated the position he had held for some years as tho spokesman of Ireland. He camo out in his true colors as a British Imperialist and a man to whom tho welfare of England was dearer and closer than Is the liberty of Ireland. Tho truth Is that Redmond has long ceased to be an Irishman in everything but name. His antecedents, his early training, his social surroundings and enviroiu ment, his long association with Englishmen and English movements and latterly his Interests all draw him in the direction of England. They have made him a convert to the belief that tho preservation of the British Empire Is a vital necessity to mankind and that Ireland must be content to play a very subordlnato part In It in order that there may be no disorganization within tho empire n and no Interference with the dream of governing the world. He has of late years become obsessed with the notion of English might and power. Living in the center of her empire he has been so Impressed with her numbers and area JCal, .83. to nnfnntiilr.,.thpn- i- wlt,h strength. Ho has not seen, as have many thoughtful observers so throughout the world, tho cankers eating away at her vitals and the decay which has been sapping her energy and her power. Thereforo at tho outbreak of the war It seemed to him Inevitable that England and her mighty allies must conquer In the strife against tho Central Powers. Without stopping to consult with the opinions, the sentiments or tho interests of tho Irish people, without oven, it is said, consulting with, his associate members of Parliament, ho staked all upon his belief in tho Invincibility of England. Ho committed Ireland as far as he could to a policy which would havo mado her forget tho past and forego her rights, and havo bound her more closely than ever to tho chariot wheels of a triumphant and remorseless England. But Redmond failed to take Into account either tho true strength of tho Central Powers or the depth and Intensity of Ireland's love of liberty and hatred of oppression. He believed, In common with the other English leaders, that Berlin and Vienna would be captured within a few weeks after tho beginning of the war, and that Germany and Austria must epeodlly succumb to tho unprecedented combination of forces mado against them. How greatly he and they errea is known even to the ordinary observer hero In America In splto of all that the overworked censor can do to misrepresent tho truth and to turn Allied defeats and retirements Into victory and triumph. Tho months that have passed have shown only ono triumph after another for tho Central Powers and today wo seo them upon tho soil of their enemies winning victory after victory and advancing from ono triumph to another. But it was with relation to Ireland that Redmond was most wrong and that his judgment was tho least of all based upon facts. Colored as his views had become toward England ho failed to grasp the fact that tho mass of tho Irish people following In tho footsteps of the generations that had preceded them clung tenaciously to their Ideas of nationality and their love of liberty and could not bo cajoled any more than they could bo forced to regard England as other than a tyrant and an oppressor whoso rule was to bo borne while it must oe, but was to he thrown off as soon as possible and "whenever God given opportunity would enable tho men of ireiana to Anglo-Saxo-- When one takes into account the means resorted to In Ireland to drivo men out of employment so they may havo no cholco but to enlist; the campaign of abuse and misrepresentation carried on by the Government in Ireland to arouse the passions of the people and tho existence In Ireland of that large portion of tho people who Topresent what Is known as the permanent garrison of tho country, the result is quite negligible. It shows conclusively that tho people are truo to their old ideals and will havo none of Redmond and his new doctrlno of trusting to the justice of England because England is now In a desperate situation fighting for her very life and ready to mako any promise which will not require Immediate parting with that control over Ireland which she regards as tho very breath of her life and the deprivation of which would mean her certain reduction to the position of Holland or of Spain. Ireland today, Redmond to tho contrary notwithstanding, is not with England in this great war. Tho great mass of tho people realizo that it is England's and not Ireland's war. They have no love for England or for English methods or theories of government. They have nothing but hatred arid hostility for English government. They have a burning deslro to see English power destroyed and driven out of Ireland, not partially or temporarily, but fully and for all time. England has labored to shut Ireland off from tho rest of tho world, to keep out all news from the outside and to prevent any information from Ireland reaching the outside world, and particularly from reaching America. But In spite of a measure of success in this work, she has largely failed, and news has been going Into and coming out of Ireland during the whole course of tho war. This has enabled us to know with certainty that Ireland is not In any sense of tho word loyal to England. If she were so It would not bo necessary to suppress, as England has suppressed, more than a dozen nowspapers. It would not be necessary to mako arrests in every corner of Ireland under the defense of tho realm act, and to summarily drive men out of their country without written charges or even the farce of a trial. iUivonldnot.bejiecflssary to break. J up meetings, intoriere witn gauier-Ing- s of tho Irish volunteers, arrest and Imprison men In three of the provinces for possessing arms, as fourth. And, more than all, when England and her allies are in such dire need of men at the front, to keep In Ireland the huge army of occupation, which shows that England still regards Ireland as a conquered country and not as a contented, loyal and satisfied English shire. The best qualified and clearest minds in Ireland recognize that victory for England In this war means an burden of taxation for Ireland as her portion of "the victory." Probably In no other way could Redmond bo shown to bo more completely out of touch with Ireland than In his position on tho question of increased taxation which is now agitating Ireland from Cape Clear to the Giants; Causeway. unsup-portable wrapped about him he will hostile loud hurrahs of tho pedplemany of whom appreciate melodrama?, tut tho day after and on second Jjaber thought they will "bo half feajtamod of themselves, (the result, b&jSfHhat they will vote for WilsoniMmOv'con-servatlvncalnnt nnooflrtitho In noise demoaltratlons the war advocates always seem to be In the majority, but when tho real count in tnlren thn nrara aim. porters always lead by a large majority. Kentucky Democrats are pleased at thfl rpfllltt nP tho rnnnnt nnnnn conference among tho leaders, which siraigmenea out tne tangle between thft 53tntn nrimtnlatrnttnn lUn nnrl outlook for a harmonious convention at Lexington is very bright. It is an assured fact that Percy Haley, disturber of Democratic peace, will bo on the outside looking in, and now only one moro thing is needed to make it a wholesale peace party, and that is the retirement of W. B. Haldeman from the contest for National Committeeman." District conventions will be held Saturday afternoon. Mnv 20. nml Mm onnvnn- tlon will do called In Lexington on Wednesday, May 24, Tho State VigHfr-.Wiffrri convention will choose four delegates from tho State at large, or maybe eight, with a half of vote GEN. PERSHING. SIXTH FIELD ARTILLERY A scene on the arid plains showing Battery A, commanded by Capt. Upton Bernie, Sixth United States each, and two delegates from each Senators The Sixth was ordered to the punitive expedition headed by Gen. of tho eleven districts. field artillery, on the hike. James nnd Ttackhnm. f!nv. Rtonlov Pershing. e. fire-eate- CONVENTION Catholic Knights of America and Knights of Columbus Will Bo Here. r. Elaborate Programme Arranged For Entertainment of the Two Bodies. Sessions Will Open With Mass and Continue For Four Days. BISHOP O'DONAGHUE TO PREACH rr.' EXPLAINED Indorsed hy a Local Supporter in The Slaying of Priests in Their Tho Holy Name Society of St. pleted a very elaborate programme Typical Roosevcltlau Churches During Present Louis Bortrand's church held one of for the event. Chairman Michael an accomplished musician and has Terms. their series of smokers Tuesday Relchert presided and Henry BosConflict. been organist for tho 'children's class evening moderate and Just Statement of Prof. Aloys Schultcof Brown University. In Holy Trinity church. Miss Bocard has eighteen relatives in the convent. New Albany, departed Tuesday for St. Mary's of the Woods, near Terre Haute, where she will enter the order of Sisters of St.j Francis. She will enter as a novitiate and at tho end of a year will take her first vows. Miss Bocard if a graduate of Holy Trinity parochial school, also the New Albany IHghJSchool. Sbo is ROOSEVELT Mayor uuBcnemeyer anu congressman uan- trlll will ho thn nlirht If nlirlit chosen, while Col. James P. Whallen ana uoi. jonn J. uarry will be the two from the Fifth district. AUlo ureary, juuge Camden, cx-Go- v. Mc- - Young, ... HOLY NAME SMOKER. The second week of May will bo ope of real interest to Catholics, when the triennial convention of tho Catholic Knights of America and tho annual State convention of tho Knights of Columbus will be held in this city, opening Tuesday morning, May 9, with a solemn high mass at the Cathedral, at which tho Right Rev. Bishop ' O'Donaghuo will preach the sermon. Friday night tho Executive Committco of the Catholic Knights of America met at St. John's Hall and com- FEAST OF Nomination. Next Monday the feast of St. Paul of tho Cross, transferred this year from April 28 to May 1 becauso of Actions Extreme in Appearance the Iato coming of Easter, will be Alike Bryan Will Receive Plenty observed with great? solemnity at of Cheer and Hurrahs But Carried Out in Good tho Passion 1st Retreat on tho New-bur- g No Votes. road. The masses will bo at Faith. 5:30, G:30, 7 and 3J0 o'clock, the last a solemn high mass, at which the Rev. Father Charles Maddox, a Redemptorlst priest, will STATE DEMOCRATS IN HARMONY CASE noted TWO EXTREMES IN THE preach tho panegyrld In tho afternoon nt 3 o'clock thirn will bo roI- emn vespers, tho Jsannon to bo preacneu uy mo veryuev. uieius A typical example of the RooseDuring the present great war In Brady, rector of the? monastery. BeEurope priests have been slain In ginning after the high mass and velt booster Isofshown In tho LouisThursday morning their churches by the Invading sol- during tho day the blessing with tho ville Herald In the published statement of Matt diery. Much bitter controversy has relic, of St. Paul, of .Cross.wIHJje leader, the beencreatofl-thoreb- -. In France and given. Many wltt" be ffttbrestecl "to Holt, a Bull Moose t a sunea g statement Deing one oi Belgium It Is charged that this was learn that the Portluncula Indulrun by the Herald telling the but one of a series of premeditated gence may bo gained at each separate people why Roosevelt is needed as brutalities coolly planned by the visit to tho church beginning at 3 President. Tho headline, to start German Invaders; in Germany It Is p. m. on Sunday, the vigil of the with, was misleading, it reading, said, on the other hand, that the feast, the usual condition of confes- "Says Country Calls Colonel," but number of priests who were slain has sion and communion to be complied In the article doesn't tell what they been greatly exaggerated and that with. The Indies of the parish will are calling the Colonel, as many those who weio thus killed were Il- serve coffee and sandwiches free at are calling him a "four llusher," legitimately engaged In assisting the and "blusterer," "fake st enemy and thus deserved the fate noon time. All friends of the print. fathers are cordially Invited even other things too rough toin ono which was alloted to them. In the to help In the suitable celebration of Rooseveltlan style Is shown by his local formor countries It is moreover asyear's feast of the Passionlst of the expressions used follower: sorted that Protestant troops wero this order. a "Wo will have as Presidont especially chosen to enter Belgium In leal man with led blood in his order tho more thoroughly to wreak DEATHS. RECENT veins. Tho United States will no vengeance on tho conquered people. longer eat dirt. Let us havo RooseThis Is emphatically denied by tho Howe, velt and no pussyfooting." The funeral of Theodore Germans. many years a resident of St. Tho Rough Rider himself could A more moderate and just explana- for Peter's parish, was held Tuesday Improve on that rather intion of tho whole matter Is given by mnrntrur. Attended bv manv friends hardly suggestion about tho "United elegant Prof. Aloys Schulo, of the University and lelatlves. He was fifty-eigFurthor along of Bonn, a noted historian and a years of age ana unmarrieu. two States eating dirt." Mr. Holt shows himself to bo a InCatholic, in a recent issue of the brothers. John ana FranK nowe, humorist when he stated that ternational Monthly Review for Sci- survive him. "Theodore Roosevelt, courting unence, Art and Technique. Prof. popularity of the most violent kind, Schulto says: Early Monday morning death has led America to tho verge of a "In times of war In all countries claimed Harry T. Murphy, son of great change, less commercialism, only ono rule is recognized, all with- Mrs. Frances and tho late George and an awakened patriotism." Can out exception aro bound to obey the Murphy. Tho deceased was nine- you Imagine Teddy courting unpoplaws promulgated by the military teen years old and a popular member ularity the greatest authority. " Church servants who are of Mackln Council, V. M. I. His fu- and grandstand player tho world ue-lnPas-slonlfire-eater- ," ht er 8. PAUL. Rough Rider Has Bluffed and Bull-Doze- d G. O. P. For KING OF GREECE. MOURN IIEIl DEATH. An . ' jtr hat "the connection between tuneof land and Ireland was tho curse very Ireland" had unk Into tho heart of the Irish nature and was ono of the most cherished beliefs of ho mam of the people. He nurriea to Ireland in his new ardor, made himself the chief recruiting sergeant of the King is a mad attempt to get the young men of Ireland to go out to fleht in Flanders or Galllpoli, He dm failed moat lnglorlously even ac cording to his own Rdmleelons tn his effort to turn ireiana into a eon inted province of England and have Uke her place with the Allies of England in this war 'of aueiMpte Certainly Mr. Redmond had road Irish, history to little effect If ho did not realize tho saying of Wolfe Tone an. Tho funeral of Mrs. Margaret Brennan Hudglns took place from the residence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Brennan, of 1212 South Sixth street, last Saturday morning at 10:15 o'clock and from St, Louis Bortrand's church, at 10:30 o'clock. During tho last year Mrs. Hudglns lived in Indianapolis, where her husband, Jacob P. Hudglns, was connected with tho Pennsylvania Railroad Company, tout she was a native of Louisville, being reared in tho Dpmlnlcan parish, where one took a prominent part In social and parish affairs, her joyous and fun loving disposition winning many friends among both the young and old, and this was attested to by the constant stream of friend who called at the family home to review the remains and pray for the repose of her soul. Besides her husband she is survived by an Infant child, six brothers, John M., William, Thomas, Edward, Raymond and Bertrand Brennan, and four sisters, Misses Anna and Alice Brennan, Mrs. Charles E. and Mrs. Selby Peak. not strictly connected with their parish church naturally escape tho suspicion of tho enemy. To tho Protestant preacher and tho rabbi church, or synagogue are a house for preaching first and then a house for prayer; their use Is confined to ono day In a week. Preacher and rabbi very often wear a dress that prevents their being recognized aB such. The relation of the Catholic pastor to his church is much closer; he there holds his Tellglous services every day, there the Blessed Sacrament is kept. If he wishes to go to tho sick or wounded to bring thorn the Viaticum he first must visit tho church and afterward return to It. The Protestant pastor or tho rabbi is not forced to go to the church build ing whllo tho combat is going on, but tho Catholic priest must remove tho Blessed Sacrament from tho altar to savo It from disturbance and must conceal it. He can be easily recognized by his attire. "Wo thereforo can readily understand in the first place that an invading enemy more frequently meets a Catholic priest in the church building than a Protestant minister. If the alien soldiery are storming a church tower to destroy tho rifle machine which, has been placed there, almost certain destruction is due to the pastor who happens at such a time to leavo tho church. Can it not be clearly seen how tho soldiers would in such an Instance act in good faith and at the same time perhaps slay an absoluely Innocent man?" It Is always well In matters such as these to take into consideration tho whole circumstances In a case. In war many things occur which in ordinary life would be Impossible. The situation of the invading army in the Instance mentioned here can readily be grasped. It can certainly he seen hour Us actions might be extreme in appearance and yet be carried out entirely In good faith, as stated by C. B. of C. V. Prof. Schulte. neral was held Wednesday morning from St. Cecilia's church. Pneumonia proved fatal Tuesday to Thomas Smith, at his home at 2006 Portland avenue. Ho was for many years employed by tho Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company and was held in high esteem by a Surwide clrclo of acquaintances. viving" him aro his wife, two sons and two daughters. The funeral was held yesterday morning nt St. Patrick's church. The death of Mrs. Elizabeth Rankin, widow of Arthur Rankin, takes from St. Cecelia's church another of its old and devout Her funeral was held Tuesday morning, the church being thronged by mourning friends. Surviving her are ono daughter, Mrs. C. E. Purdy, with whom sho lived; a son, George sisters, Mrs. C. Rankin, nnd two William Nelllo Hulklns and Mrs. Patterson. raom-bers. MISSION OF IRELAND. In a reecnt address Archbishop MundeleJn said: "Sometimes I wonder whether God has not kept Ireland from being a nation in order that she might contrlbuto the larger share to the growth, to tho greatness, to the glory of tho newer lands and newer peoples, who today form tho foremost countries in tho world." HD3ERNLVN DANCE. Fltz-patrl- ck The Hibernian Social Club and Ladles' Auxiliary. A. O. H., expect a largo attendance to be present at the initial danco to be given at the Gait House on Monday evening. Swann's orchestra will render a dance programme of all the latest dance hits. A meeting of the two organizations will be held tomorrow afternoon at Hibernian Home, 1818 Portland avenue, and final arrangements made for the dance. In INTO RELIGIOUS LIFE. addition plans will be discussed for a series of summer entertainments MIm Frances Bocard, daughter of to be given by the two Mint. Fraik Bocard, Baat Fifth street, tho committees reported that their work was completed and evervthint? in readiness for the convention. Tho neaaquarters will be at the Tyler Hotel, where the sessions will bo held In Italian room. A special commltteee will take charge of tho visiting ladles, for whose entertainment a specal programme has been prepared. Following the mass at tho Cathedral the opening session will bo held In tho Italian room of tho Tyler Hotel, when Gen. Michael Relchert will Introduco Mayor John Buschemeyer, who will deliver tho address of welcome, to which Supreme President Gaudln will respond. Tho following officers of tho organization wjll be present: Dr. Felix Gaudinr -- New - Orleans, Su-- - ' preme President: George F. Land- wehr, Cumberland, Md., Supremo Vice President; Henry Siemer, St. Louis, Supreme Secretary; Charles F. Hannauer, St. Louis, Supremo Treasuier, and Michael Qulnn, Brooklyn, Adam W. Jager, Chicago, and Peter Wallrath, Evansville. UNIQUE WAR EXHIBIT. Ind., Supreme Trustees. The Catholic Knights of America A unlnue assortment of articles mado by prisoners of war In tho de- was founded in 1867 In Nashville, tention camp at Douglas, Islo of Tenn., by Bishop Feehan, afterward Man and Bermuda are on exhibit Archbishop of Chicago, and shortly at tho store of Hubbuch Bros. & after tho first Supreme Council was W. C. Market organized In Louisville. Wellendorff, 522 West tho first street, where thoy are attracting Smith was Rogers, President and formerly widely J. much attention. The Friends' Emer- Newton lawyer of tho South and a gency Committee in London shipped known tho these pieces to tne ueiier uommit-te- e native of Louisville, was of first Tho memory theso in New York City, who for Secretary. special honored warded some of them to the Louis- mon will atbethe closo of with coming services, the ville Woman's Auxiliary of the session. Alliance, of which n Beginning with tho arrival of tho Mrs. Louise Drevenstedt Is tho head. delegates there will be something doing In the way of Kentucky hospitality all the time. Through the courtesy of the Knights of Columbus the delegates and visitors will bo guests Monday night at tho smoker In honor of the Stato Council, which convenes Tuesday. For Tuesday the programme will be very has ever known? interesting. The Uniform Rank Roosevelt blustering and bluffing and members of the local branches tactics aro shown In the way ho will assemble at the Tyler Hotel at has bulldozed, and bluffed the old party 8:30 and act as escort to the Su line leaders in tho Republican premo body In tho procession that he having told them "you'll take party opposition will inarch to the Cathedral. Tho me or a third opening session will of course be again" tho bluff having worked to rather brief, and at 2 o'clock in tho perfection, and it is pretty near all afternoon the delegates will bo over but tho shouting. Tho Rough taken for an automobile rido around Rider will bo given the nomination Louisville and a visit to various In tho Chicago convention to the points of interest. As thero will bo of a lot of horso play no night session the visitors and and flag waving, with specially their ladles will be guests at tho retrained cowboys from tne wua ana ception and dance tendered tho wooly West to whoop 'em up by State Council tho Loulsvillo through the proceedings. Knights of Columbus at their homo To tho credit of tne majority or on Fourth avenue. tho Republicans they seo through Wednesday morning and afterRooseevlt's tactics and know him noon will be given over to business for what ho is a player to the sessions, but In the evening thero naileries and a press agent (for will bo a theater party at Keith's, himself) all tho year around. But followed by a buffet luncheon and the Progressives for the most part social gathering at the Tyler Hotel. are composed of the guiuoie Kinu For this the delegates will assemble who swallow all of that bunk and KING OF ROUMANIA. in tho lobby of tho Tyler at 7:45, can be depended upon at any time when they will form In procession to work themselves Into a frenzy WEDDED FIFTV YEARS. and march to the theater. at 'the mention of the name of their Wednesday will bo a busy day Idol. They will bo found In groat Tomorrow Thomas Hannan, who for the Supreme Council, as two numbers at Chicago going around furnishing an lnexhaustl-bl- o for years has been an activo figure long business sessions will be held. At 7 o'clock in tho evening there supply of enthusiasm for tho n Catholic churcn and society in tho Italian nnrt hln estimablo wife, will will be a banquet promotion of their favorite. Very over celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Garden of the Tyler, when a caretew of this class of people anyfully prepared menu will bo take a conservative vlow of tholr marriage. There will bo a solthing and they aro easy marks for emn Jubilee high mass at 10 o'clock served, after which there will bo a popular fakes of tho Munchausen at St. Jame3 church, Bardstown road number of toasts and responses by type, tho mysterious giant of and Edenslde avenue, eung by the able speakers. This will conclude which reflect & Bailey In other words thoy pastor, tho Rev. E. E. Wlllott, who the social features, come under the head of those whom will be assisted by tho Rov. Thomas credit on tho members of tho Execu Abraham Lincoln said, "You could White as deacon and Rev. Michael tive Committee. Thero will bo one fool all of the time." In tho after- more meeting at St. John's Hall, on With the nomination of Rooso-ve- lt Melody as 3 to 5 o'clock there will Sunday afternoon, to which all noon from Knights and lady members are ee- tho American people will withome, 1320 ness another repetition of the be a reception at tholr the worthy pecially invited. The Knights of Columbus will be Bryan campaigns of 1896 and 1900. Bardstown road. To extended the congratula- In session for two days, and the, Roosevelt will tour the country, couple is many, tho hope that State Council will have present repwith making fiery speeches, breathing tions of brimstone and fire against all of thoy may live to celebrate theltf dia- resentatives from all parts of Kentucky. This order has had a very the other nations of the world, and mond jubilee. successful year and the reports will case as in Bryan's he will be show a substantial increase in memSTITnTON. cheered by millions, but again as In bership. Any now features that may Bryan's case these millions somehow William Vette went to Stlthton develop will be made known in our or another will Vote tho other way on election day. In Bryan's case the first of the week and on Thurs- next issue. To both bodies the Kentucky If everyone that cheered him had day morning took unto himself a The Irish American extends a hearty voted the Democratic ticket his ma- bride, Miss Lottie Aubrey. jority would have been too big to marriage ceremony was performed welcome, together with an invitation count. This also applies to Roose- by the Rev. Father'R. C. Ruff, pas- to visit this office and make here headquarters. velt. When he rushea down to the tor of St. Patrick's church. those present as the subject is a very timely one to tho average male audi ence. Rev. J. J. Fitzgerald, pastor of St. Leo's church of Highland Park, also addressed the gathering, telling of his early experience as an altar boy In Ireland and of his con tinual close association with the Dominican fathers. Father Fitzgerald's address was Interspersed with many little humorous anecdotes nnd references, which was much en joyed by his hearers, and at tho close President Harry T. Fischor and other ofillcers of the society expressed tho wish that the speaker would consent to address them In the near future with a prepared talk, and when a large attendance would bo present. Rev. Father V. G. Cleary also made Rev. Father R. G. a short talk. Lyons, chaplain of tho Holy Name Society, presided, and others of the clergy present were Very Rev. Father T. L. Crowley and Father J. L. Fin-nerty. in Bertrand Hall, A. J. Chap- quet announced that tho Finance pone giving his illustrated lecture on Committee was very successful in the national forces of tho United raising funds for tho entertainment States, tho relatlvo strength of tho of the delegates and visitors. Tho army and navy being compared to music at tho mass at tho Cathedral that of the other leading powers. will be rendered by a choir of thn Tho lecture was much enjoyed by leading singers of Louisville. All German-America- i I wild-eye- d, af-rnp- a. Bar-hu- m sub-deaco- n. k JKiEWSSaTCJOBTXr imH JJS&JE-EXC2AJ- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. lireM PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. to tiu SU1 Mi Mwal AiyaMMaMt t Irish AmrkaM I&stkate V WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. u4 CKfttKn OMeUHy Indorsed by AmeSMt QwSw of ad Catkolte KalglUa of Awsrica. HHsfUns, Vmme Kerfi KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., lacotvntoA, rnrtlUfcere SINHB COPY 5c INSCRIPTION PRICE. ONH DOLLAR PER YEAR rutUr. 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Bernard tells us that "it was never known that anyone who implored the assistance of the Mother of The best God was left unaided." way to keep the month of May would bo by going to mass, but whero this can not bo done wo would suggest thata decade of the rosary bo said daily, which all the children of the family could say in common as their evening prayers. Men's Furnishings. fur A SURE SIGN OF SPRING. COMING JBVENTS. 30-M- ay &n 3 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. "If you saw a German soldier Silk Crepe Reed. Their marriago will bo emnized in June, sol- hirts at S4.65 when the still acute and tho disturbance over entire Ireland. spreading Premier Asqulth, in tho Hquso of Commons, admitted that tho Irish situation, caused by burdensome and unjust taxation, still presented serious features and that there were indications of a spread of the movement to other parts of Ireland, especially tho "West. This is evldenco that the Irish people are not against Germany, and bear out our contention that the masses oppose England. Despite tho rigid censorship, it was learned that Major Gen. Sir John Maxwell, who formerly commanded the British forces in Egypt, was leaving for Ireland. and John Sir Edward Carson Redmond, who wero tho leaders of the opposing factions in tho Irish controversy, expressed homo rule In tho House of Commons their abhorrence of the uprising and their desire to suppoit tho Government. This proclamation of martial law throughout Ireland Indicates an extension of disturbances, details of which the press censorship Is with holding. Cable dispatches Wednesday and early Thursday gave the impression that tho British authorities had tho situation in Ireland well in hand, but to these there can bo given only littlo credence. 1 Young men and April No exemption granted. Tho consclenco clause is being used ladies' entertainment at St Leo's Hall, Highland Park. by all and sundry who are anxious to IRISH SITUATION GRAVE. May 1 Euchre and lotto in St. Charles Church Hall in evening. was placed under avoid service. All Ireland May 1 Hibernian Social Club and martial law Thursday afternoon, Ladies' Auxiliary initial danco at ROOSEVELT'S INGRATITUDE. uprising at Dublin was bhoot your mother, what would you do?" was the question askod of another objector. "I would go and speak" to the Lord about it!" was the leply. Miss Clara Angermeier was homo from Nazareth to spend tho Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Angermeier, on Willow avenue. 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 131-- 2 to 17. MADRAS SHIRTS MEN'S HOSIERY $1.00 A 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. 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. Every political office or favor Roosevelt ever received was from tho hands of tho Republican party. Was ho in any way grateful or apApparently not. Tho preciative? moment that tho Republican party did not do exactly as Br'er Roosevelt wanted it to do ho calmly deserted It and started a personal party of his own. Tho instant Taft, Roosevelt's close, personal friend, stood in the way of his wild grab for power and tho limelight, he was also lightly and scornfully cast aside. Tho deserting of comrades and party at tho call of personal ambition and the discarding of friends when they aro of no more use to one Is utterly foreign to the American spirit. It should not and will not be tolerated for an instant in a Presidential candidate. Roosevelt is as utteMy im possible as a Presidential candidate in one way as "Peace at Any Price" Bryan is in another, and the quicker ho is given to understand that tho better. SIGNIFICANT. rOPE AND THE JEWS. Tho Ameiican Jewish Committee find consolation and hope in tho Special rebate ticket good for remarkable letter written them in SLICED BACON 10c in trade with 2 lbs. of The Placo Whore Old Clothes Are Pope the name of His Holiness New Blend. "All Ready for Your Griddle in the Mndo to Look Like New." Benedict XV. by the Cardinal SecMorning" JOHN M. MULLOY, letretary of State. This beautiful SPALDING DRY CLEANING OO HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Lebanon. A pretty marriago was solemnized spirit ter, breathing the Christ-lik- e 312 West Market. LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. at St. Louis Bertrand's church TuesPHONES 1887. POPULAR MALADV. (Incorporated.) Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan vis- day morning, when Miss Loretta of peace and love, has been received ited Mrs. W. Fahey in tho West Wales became the bride of Leslie with great satisfaction by those to Thos. II. Kennedy Louis D. Coady The editor of the Louisville Her- End last week. Burwlnkle. The bride was given in whom it is addressed. Herman R. JEUNESSE STINGING REBUKE. KENNEDY-COADmarriago by her brother, James CO. freely approves of the suggestion Bernstein thus comments on it in ald Col. and Mrs. Frank McGrath Wales, and Carl Burwlnkle, brother Incorporated that Sir Roger Casement is mentally have been vjsitlng in New York City of the groom, was best man. FolBUILDING CONTRACTOR Representative Ben Johnson, of the American Hebrew: MEN'S FURNISHINGS Kentucky, last Saturday made a Among all the Papal bulls ever afflicted because he rebels against during tho past ten days. lowing the wedding breakfast the 810 YORK STREET to tho Jews England's oppression of Ireland. Ho Issued with regard happy couple left for Niagara Falls stinging rebuke and statement on 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Mrs. Chailes E. Mlvelaz, who has and tho East. throughout the history of the Vatican and others of the press Home Phone, City 7662 the floor of tho House regarding tho Phone South 1753 there is no statement that equals aro beginning to discover that tho been very ill at St. Joseph's InLouisville, Ky. LOUISVLLLE, icy. paternity of tho bill providing for a firmary, is doing nicely. this direct, unmistakable plea for Miss Sophia Miller and Henry reorganization of tho Juvenllo Court majority of Irish and equality for the Jews and against Manning will be united in manlage tn ARTHUR A. WILL THOS. J. BRODERI0K Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rapier, Shawtho District of Columbia, under aro afflicted with the same prejudice on Tellglous grounds. The Elizabeth's church next nee, have had as ilieir guest Mrs. at St. publication, Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. which an bull issued by Innocent IV., declaring trouble as Sir Roger disloyalty and T. W. Dickey, of Chicago. PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGH Rev. Father Assent will perform Issued In Missouri, asserts "Prot tho Jews innocent of tho charge of to John Bull. tho ceremony and Thomas and estant children would bo placed In using Christian blood for ritual pur opposition Home Phone City 4392-- J Mrs. John Cecil has been enterRoman Catholic prisons.." CongressMiller, poses, while a remarkable document, Montgomery Street taining as her guest her niece, Miss Leonardwill act asbrothers of the man Johnson called attention to the DISTINCT LOSS. bride, A attendants. was after all merely a statement of 10OO Zone Street Cecil Dalton, of Harrodsburg. reception will follow the ceremony fact that Representative Tlnkham, of Home Phone Shawnee 1010 fact, whereas the present statement of Col. R. W. homo on tho Preston Massachusetts, who has charge of Tho departure by Pope Benedict XV. is a plea Miss Lula Murphy, of Hamilton, in their future the tho floor, is - Thirty-se- c SEE POOLEY against religious prejudico and per- Brown to make his home in New Canada, Is visiting her cousin. Mis. street road, where the will go to ond bill on Mason. degree "I introduced this WM. ISGRIGG housekeeping. secution. Louis- J. A. Jaglowlcz, Crescent Hill. York means a distinct loss to FOR MONEY CONFIDENTIAL bill at tho request of those who preIt should be noted, however, that ville, his "live wire" abilities having RELIABLE It," said Representative SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Harpring pared Miss Regina Curran was last have announced the engagement of Johnson. the communication of His Holiness meant much to tho city's progress, "Tho bigoted alarmist F. R. POOLEY 4105 Henry Street the her brother and their daughter, Miss Mary Mag may say that because I, a Catholic, is not a Papal bull, but a letter end this same ability will enable him week T. C. guest of at New Haven. Mrs. Room 1, Courier-JournCurran Building dalen Hurpring, to George H. Introduced the bill Is sufficient proof Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-from the Cardinal Secretary of to make his mark in' the busy whirl 415 Fourth Street Schroer, the wedding to take, place of itself of Its unholy purpose. I Misses Elizabeth and Dora Miles State. The manlage ceremony was asked to Introduce the bill be of Gotham. "Good luck, Col. Bob, visited at St. Matthews last week, May 9. PEOPLES FBOVIDEWT ASSOCIATION p: will bo performed by the Rev. H. J. cause I happen to bo Chairman of U may your shadow ne'er grow the guests of airs. J. B. O'Leary. C. G. STIGLITZ & SONS and Incorporated. Rothheut, at St. Francis of Assist tho District Committee. CHICKEN HEARTED. Among was organized by cltizena less." road, with those who asked mo to introduce it Bardstown church. to make !Mrs. Michael Casper and Miss nuptial mass at 6 o'clock in the MANUFACTURERS fight for their pres Englishmen will not is Judge J. W. Latimer, of the LOANS President Wilson warns the news- Alice Casper were at Cannelton last morning. After the ceremony the ent Juvenile Court. Is he a Catholic, week visiting Miss Eva M. Casper. bride and groom will leave on a country and give queer excuses to on furnlturo and other personal propLouisville Made Furnace to examine carefully tho paper men taking orders from the Pope to fill erty at trip to Cincinnati ad tho East. avoid going to tho front, while try sources and authenticity of Mexican LOWEST BATES. Roman Catholic prisons? When Miss Marjorie James, of Dayton, S. Ninth St. Coleman Bid?., men from Ireland and reports. He didn't do that same Ohio, was this week tho guest of ing to draw S. U Cor. Third and Jefferson. Mrs. Carolina Redelbergor an this bill becomes a law Us execution Ilome Phone City 2542 will be In the of Judge tho colonies Into the war. Both Phones, 2886. thing himself when ho could havo Judge and Mrs. Matthew O'Doherty. nounces tho approaching marriage Latimer, a Mason. hands us seo who Let obTho newest "conscientious or her daughter Anna to Joseph J. d information had reliable Miss Mary Murphy returned TuesHomo 1671. Cumb. South 140-A Presbyterian AtJOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. jector" that Britishers aro reading from the poor Bishops, Sisters and day to her home in Chicago after a Karol, of Dayton, Ohio, which will drafted the bill. appointed a coinmlt- Don't Blnmo tho Cook It Your be solemnized Tuesday, May 2, at torney General Headquarters for about and laughing at just now Is priests exiled in poverty from their pleasant visit to Mrs. Neal McDevitt. St. Martin's church. Coiloo Is Not Good The Rev. teeof five persons doomed competent CITY AND FAR3I PROPERTY. tho gentleman whoso "conscience" own country, observes the Monitor. Leonard Redelberger, of Norwood, to draft tho bill, and Virginia O'Brien, Hillcrest, Ohio, cousin of tho bride, will per- enough to write a bill froo from both Miss See us about anything in real vIll not permit him to don khaki and has been entertaining Mrs. John form the buy and rent. Our Coffee Is Carefully Selected religious Miss go to war. All over tho country tri From Juarez comes news that an Lawson and daughter Dorothy, of Korfhage ceremony.maid of .Bertha religious prejudices and with tho estate. We sell, while green, then blended and will be honor, performances in keeping 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. been established at official statement was made this Shelbyvllle. bunals havo and Louis Fitzenmeyer, cousin of constitution. They wero Miss Julia Homo Phone City 4464. ROASTED BY US DALLY which one may appear to show cause week to the effect that the Amerithe bride, will bo best man. Law- Lathrop, Washington: Bernard Flex-ne- r. James D. FINE Chicago; Dr. William J. Kerby, Residence Phone, Pewee Valley why ono should not be registered ca troops would be granted the use erine street, Duane, of West St. Cath- rence Fitzenmeyer will render sev is fast recovering from eral selections on tno acICE CREAM AND SHERBETS Phone, City 3180. and become available for military of the Mexican railroads in the his recent operation and will be out companied by the organ. violin, tho Walter C. Clephane and William H. After 75c .Per Gallon Baldwin. Miss Lathrop Is a This in a few days. service. Some of the excuses aro event of their withdrawal. ceromony there will be "a reception Mr. Flexner a Jew, JOS. DALY Special prices to Churches, Festivals at the home of tho bride's mother. some dramatic, and others shows little respect for tho troopers novel, Mr. Clephano and Dr. Baldwin both and all large orders InMrs. Thomas M. Brady, Presbyterians, and Dr. Kerby is the comic, but thoy are mostly tho wails who have been searching for Villa. dianapolis, was here to spendof CONTRACTING PAINTER WATHEN Easter LOTTO, SUITER. EUCHRE, only Catholic among them all." of chicken hearted creatures who. with Mr. and Mrs. John Alderson, City 7075 A euchre, lotto and supper will 20 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. 430 S. Eighth St. a century all wars have For on tho Bardstown road. apparently have more interest in be given by the ladies and gentlePOPE'S EASTER MESSAGE. in tho spring, summer or early men of St. Paul's church next Tueskeeping their hides intact than in March William G. Harding, of tho Hard day and Wednesday chasing the Kaiser's hordes back autumn, and ended between Books THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT Pope Benedict XV. cabled the foling Detective Agency, is still con- evenings in the schoolafternoons and and August. May the next few hall, Jackson lowing Easter messago to Cardinal First Communion over the Rhine. The following aro injuries re- nnd Kentucky streets, the games fined months bring peace the world over. ceived to his home from accident. in an automobile Home samples: to bo called at 2:30 and 8 o'clock. Gaspari, Papal Secretary of State, ROSARIES containing a prayer for peaco and an Supper will be served on both days appeal "War" is the Invention of the devJEW WINS PRIZE. to all nations now neutral to SCAPULAR MEDALS Mrs. Walter J, Hillerich, of South from 5 to 8 o'clock. In addition to il," said Henry Bellamore at Bath, Twenty-fourt- h street, will leave Mongames there will be an enter- refrain from entering the world war. George Helford, qf Washington, day to Join Mr. Hillerich in Chatta- tho so great were his obmessage was as follows: and added that See oar sew book. "How to Get tainment programme furnished by Tho secretary to nooga, where they will make their leading funmakers, which " 'Peace be with you' these sweet Ma.ried." jections to any kind of work connect- D. C, who la private is sure of home. O'Shaughneesy, to tho Congressman to prove an interesting feature. Tho words tho risen Saviour spoke ed with war that if he saw a wound- Rhode Island, won the first prize at Every Devotional Article her. committee In charge have secured Apostles the Holy Father readdresses fall to the a debate at the Georgetown Uni ed soldier with crutches O'Doherty Ewlng many novel and handsome prizes to all men. May tho nations at peace No trouble to tkov goods. Miss Kathleen He street he would not help him to his versity Law School recently. win Is was hostess at an Informal Easter to award the winners and are well preserve It, thanking God for so " a young man to great a blessing. May feet again. He would leave a wound" the first Jewishtlin flaAPffatnu'ri Tint. breakfast at the home of her uncle, worth competing for. The people presently, laying down those at war Rogers Church Goods Co. aa the sword, Judge Matthew O'Doherty, and Mrs. of St. Paul's are noted for their to die, because to suecor "'f ni.a Sn,., ed soldier All tke Ute tad saw Stvi and Skaeea hlch lg a Cath. ' O'Doherty, when announcement was hospitality, and banner crowds are end the slaughter dishonoring Eur Taw ..,.. . , Vila nnnoAionee. 129 S. FOURTH AVE. vi m wv.iiit ka .Mln.t u, niu.u calMfttdBre at reaic sable prteet. ope and humanity." one ,Jiu. made of her engaeemnt to Lee S. expected on both days. mnKuiiuu.-"" 2 Y pro-Engli- sh Irish-America- ns antl-Cathol- lc One of the salient features of the great war has been tho eagerness of all the belligerents to cultivate friendly relations with the Roman Pontiff. It Is a recognition on their part of tho great spiritual power and MCM3CtftflC83JttsC8)C8UC&tCt0i0iCfl3$3OC world-wid- e Influence of the head of the Catholic Church. It is also an acknowledgment of tho Inherent sense of justice and fairness which has even been tho precious heritage Mrs. W. O. Blandford has turned from a visit to relatives of the Holy See. Mrs. Georgo Darnell, of Hill Ton Court, had as visitors tho past week Mrs. Paul Fltzpatrlck and Miss Elizabeth Fltzpatrlck. of Cincin nati, and Mrs. Maudo Darnell and Miss Elizabeth Conway, of Homer Smith to Brandenburg for the benefit of St. Philip Nerl church. Sojourning at West Baden the past 5 May Our Lady of Mercy week were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kolb, Sewing Circle May festival, at Acad- Mr. and Mrs. James J. Reagan, Mr. emy Hall, 117C East Broadway. and Mrs. A. Montedonico, Miss Helen June 21 Trinity Council moon McHugh, Mrs. Thomas Bennett, Miss light excursion on steamer Homer Rose Kolb. B. F. Washer and Charles Smith. T. Ballard, all of Louisville. May 19 Exhibition by tho pupils of Miss Blanche Mitchell's Dancing Academy, Macauley's Theater, 8:15 p. m. May 30 River excursion on 24-2- night. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ford anGait House. nounce tho engagement of their May 2 and 3 Grand May party, daughter. Miss Kathryn E. Ford, to afternoon and night, by St. Paul's Paul H. Bremerman. The wedding church, Jackson and Kentucky. will bo in June. May 2 Lotto afternoon and even Miss Mabel Laughlln, who is ating In Gambrlnus Hall for benefit of tending Sacred Heart Academy, has St. Aloysius church, Powee Valley. May 2 Euchre, lotto and supper been spending the Easter vacation with her in St. Columba's Hall, afternoon and Laughlln, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neal in Portland. evening. May 2 Euchre, lotto and supper, Misses Mary Connolly and Sarah afternoon and evening, auspices of Holy Rosary Alumnae, in Bertrand Sullivan and Messrs. John, Paul and Maurice Connolly wero Easter Hall. guests of Misses Salllo Simono July 4 Annual orphans' picnic on Thompson at Prestonla. and St. Vincent's grounds. May 12 Entertainment in school Col. M. J. Winn and daughters hall, afternoon and evening, for will move from tho Welsslnger-Gaul-be- rt May 1 to Mrs. benefit of St. Ann's church. Morris B. Belknap's street, May 15-1- 7 Mackin Council's mu which they home on Fourth have taken. sical concert, "Tin Soldiers," Mac- auley's Theater. Mrs. Minnie O'Conncll and Miss May festival, euchre, Willie O'Connell, 944 East May 16-1- 7 Court lotto and supper for St. Francis avenue, Jeffersonvllle, had as SunAssist church, Bardstown road and day visitors Park Dye and Henry and O'Connell, of Indianapolis. afternoon Carter avenue, Men's Neckwear Men's Neckwear Men's Hosiery 65c 95c 95c Men's Silk Scarfs, in the Rich Silk Scarfs, of a heavy Men's Hosiery, in solid and broad, flowing end style, in quality, in exceptional and striped patterns, of a wondera complete variety of choice attractive patterns. They are ful quality of imported and patterns. full and broad. accordion silk. 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 BY & THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATKD CO. Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR MASH machine' co. MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- PURE RYE Louisville, Ky ENGRAVERS 4CHLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS MG W. Main St., Louisville, Ky Home Phone City 6674 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY SOGIETY. to join her husband, who has engaged in the clothing business there. This week Mrs. Ryan was honor guest at a number of social functions given by her friends, who regret her removal from Louisville. Mrs. Thomas Ryan, West Broadway, will leave tomorrow for Pa-duca- h, NE W BLEND 2 1.2 Lbs. 65c ICE CREAM 1104 South Sovcnth. Street Phono City 6574 "SOUTHERN STAR" BUILDER L. well-know- n 210-22- 2 first-han- A fair-minde- d TRY LUBBERS !1-- J. -a ICEISr'XvXJOJKY IJ5UM3BC AJMDE&IMOAS?-- HH I Hf'H1 1 lH - - H H3 H k W . i FOR, PEACE DAY. What the Club Plan Is AND What It Means to You The Club Plan is an extended payment plan Instituted purely an olmpljr for the convenience o our patrons who wish to buy House-bol- d Goods, such as Furniture, Carpets, Hugs, etc. Whon you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent, of the amount of your purchases for Joining; for instance Tho membership fee on a $25.00 purchase would be 75c. Tho membership feo on a $50.00 purchase would be $1.50. Tho membership foe on greater of course bo in proportion. ' PaaaaaasalaaaiiHXaTjQll.' a? Wsn&iFA. v 'fllaaaMVa' t aBBBBBBBBBBaHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBBBEBBBnsBBBNBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBflBBBBBBBBB Graciously acceding to a petition that originated from a number of distinguished Spanish ladies, Fopo Benedict has granted a plenary Indulgence for a general communion throughout tho world, accompanied by a prayer for tho Holy Father's Intention an oarly peace on tho fifth dav of Slav. Thnqn vrhn ran not receive holy communion on that day aro asked to snv a rirr.nrin of tlm rosary for this Intention. CLOTHING STORE ENLARGES. MnnMoMiMOMMm8mimMtMmM ; IHerman Straus sons . ! Confirmation Dresses!! $3.98 to $15 Beautiful lino of Confirmation Dresses; made 'of very sheer materials, organdie, net, bastistc or India linon; high or long waist effects; trimmed with dainty lace; somo hand-em- broidcrcd styles; sizes 8 to 14 years; specially priced for Monday from $3.98 to $15.00 , ;; abbt. saBEarBBBaE2aBBaijBBaMaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBL BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaEiBBBBBBBBBBBBBLaRaaBBBBeBBSBBBBEBaBlvBBB. ' WaaaaaaaaaaaVaaaHBaaSatvfrlSr aaaaaaaaaafaaaVaaaMHaaaaaaMsaaaaaaaiaaaaaaaalaaaaTl Haaaf nKB m bib bib 'BBMfl lStmEMBK&B!Ut :bHh' wBBBP tlwPaBBBRca-- rkiHB TaaaaaV f . aW.iv Jarlan '' .aavLaaH kMr aaam jI aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai aaaaaaaaaaaaaafiaaM BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaa aaaR iv HirB W Pw taaa! BVBJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbI purchases would aaS BBBb! for eight years and the business has outgrown tho space on the first floor. Tho first and second floors are to be showcases for fitted win tho display of men's suits and other wearing apparel. Tho third floor will be equipped with an alteration , department. te The storo of Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge, Third and Jefferson streets, dealers in men's clothing, is to be enlarged by taking in tho second and third floors of tho building. The firm has been In Its present quarters . & You are then asked to pay 10 per cent, of your total purchase For Instance, on a ,?25.00 purchase you as tho first payment. pay $2.50 down In addition to the membership fee, making a total of $3.25. Tho goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance in small weekly or monthly payments. H Hi nm - m . - IV",'' 'i 1 ' artiMlTiTI x LECTURES DEMOCRATIC CLUD. Hon. Merit O'Neal, our prominent local attorney whoso talks on the European war have Tecelved wide and favorable comment, will deliver Girls' Dresses $1.98 to $4.50 ftaw t. r; When you consider that goods bought on tho Club Plan are purchased at our cash prices whether special or regular you will more clearly see that our membership fee is nothing in comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments. ? cheerfully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor. OMER HOUSEHOLD GOODS AKE SOLD ON THE CLUB l'LAN. Any further Information regarding tho Club Plan will bo FUUN1TUHE, CAIU'ETS, HUGS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS ANO I bacon son & "Bl '" We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. INCORPORATED GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. i Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. 949m94mm4f9ff99ff9wm4Z MrVWVWWVWWWWWWVVWlVVVWl HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET! MAIN 3071-y J. J. 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Scouring' Powders, CHBMO for OF W ars Headauartsri Uqnla rnrnltnre aad Office Polishes, waisiectaBts, uorm xiuers, jsio. laia Oil SCatesless Xonaa SWMgMoffiJWaesPlaSy IpTSjAJvKfefltasn Fifth and Market Sts. Ira yoar bora aa aaaeaMoa that will prepare taea for life. W av alio Xelguarter for Vaml- - ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Broaaway, 3QealsTllle, Xy. " Conducted by the Xaverlaa Brothers. Classical, Beleotlfle and Buelaess Courses, Preparatory Department, Larrt Swlraminr Pool, Well Bquipped Ojroea-tam- . Teraas Xa4ett. J8ro. James, Dtr. 113 Ltuisville Chemical Incorporated Co. " tr. 1M-11- 9 Xeaae Pkome, MM SOUTH THIRD MTRsiaT 0ty a lecture on that subject to the members of the Shelby Democratic Club and their friends next Friday evening QUEEN OF HOLLAND INSPECTING HER SOLDIERS. Rose-lan- o Holland has determined to mobolize her army to tho full extent. The at Gambrlnus Hall, Shelby and streets. photo shows the Queen giving her personal attention to tho soldiers GirsP Princess Slips 00c to $1.50. Children's 17c Drawers 10c. and their equipment. ALUMNAE, EUCHRE AND LOTTO. Girls' Princess Slips; mado of Children's Drawers; made of h fine quality lingerie cloth and good quality A euchre and lotto will be given muslin branch Postofflco in New' YorJc since Rosary Academy Holy mado and sizes SOCIETY DIRECTOR!. November, 1915. Tho Postmaster by the next Friday afternoon and scco silk; neatly embroidery; and cluster of tucks; Special 2 to 12, years; value 17c. Montrimmed with lace or Geaeral has ordered that tho post-ag- o Alumnae May 6, in Bertrand Hall, sizes 6 to 18 years. Special Mon- day 10c be refunded. Tho Washington evening. day 00c to $1.50 Government should not allow Eng- Sixth street,In near Oak, and the Girls' 50c Gouns 30c. charge A. 0. H. land to force this expense and trou- committee and novel have secured Clilldren's 30c Gouns 2.1c. prizes to many Girls' Cambric Gowns; neat ble upon our people without forceful award new winners. the yoke; protest. Gowns; tucked Children's Cambric DIVISION 1. finished with tucked yoke; full length and ruffle; full width and length; Meets Fourth Thursday, Llcderfcranz IMPROVING. width; sizes 2 to 10 years; value sizes 8 to 14 years; value 50c. MANV TURNED AWAY. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. 39c. Monday special 25c Special Monday 30c Capt. John Kirley, of tho No. 1 President Mark Ryan. The two performances of tho Holy Hook and Lauder company, who Vice President W. L. Cushlng. Cross minstrels on Monday and Tuesan operation last week, Recording Secretary Daniel Mc- day attracted audiences that taxed underwent improving at St. Joseph's Is steadily Carthy. tho capacity of tho now Holy Cross Infirmary. His friends will be glad Secretary Financial Edward Hall at d and Broadway, to know that he will bo soon fully Clancy. and both nights people wore turned recovered. t in.i. f..n... Imported WIUU1 A VtCFU LU931III rtin.i. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. away. In view of tho heaity support In a beautiful rango of colors; Black and Wliito Checks All Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English. given and demands mado the perST. COLUMI1A EUCIUtE. ; specially priced for S1.50 91.10 sizes Tim Lyons. Sentinel formance will bo repeated Sunday supper will night. All the performers won great A euchre, lotto and Foulnrd Tailor Suiting X DIVISION 3. applause, and tho girls in their one-a- bo given for tho benefit of St. ; Crepe Just tho right weight for i'laius, stripes anu cnecKs; aiso next Tuesday comedy scored a big hit. Rev. Columba's church First and Third Monday at Hiberspring drosses. Fifteen good col-- ; sultablo for sport coats. Special T 0 nian Home, Father Celestlne Broy, pastor of afternoon and evening in tho school Portland. ors In this lot. Only 75c for $1.50 and $1.75 X and Jefferson Holy Cross church, was compli- hall, Thirty-fift- h President Lawrence J. Mackey. on all sides for being thp streets. An elegant Bupper will bo mented Vice President John J. Riley. by the ladles of tho parish. Secretary Financial John J possessor of a congregation contain- served ing such talented amateur performHession, Jr. GENEROUS OFFERING. Recording Secretary Matthew ers, and also tho committeemen whoso persevering efforts assisted in O'Brien. Gifts of $50,300.93 wero received ihaklng tho affair so great a surcess. Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. Tho proceeds of all tho performances at tho Chancery office of tho archSergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. will go toward reducing tho debt on diocese of Chicago as the result of Sentinel Thomas Noon. l"XPORATEr tho appeal mado In behalf of tho tho new school building. Polish war sufferers. The offering DIVISION 4. was made In tho churches by authorCAKE SALE. ity of Archbishop Mundeleln, in harMeets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. Today there will bo a sale of mony with appeals which came from homo made cakes, bread, preserves tho Pope and tho Polish Bishops. President John H. Hennessy. and salads at tho Stewart Dry Vice President Thomas Lynch. rWufej wfjlJ- LaW'aaaaaafc'aaQ EUCHRE AND LOTTO. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Goods Company. Mrs. Ella Nether-lan- d Langan. will have charge of this sale, The ladies of St. Michael's parish Recording Secretary James J. which will bo for tho benefit of tho Visitation Home, tho boarding home will entertain their friends with a McTighe. for working women In charge of euchre and lotto party Monday afTreasurer Pat Connelly, ternoon and night at St. Michael's tho Sisters of Mercy. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Hall, 220 South Brook street. They Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. will award numerous handsome ANNUAL ORPHANS' PICNIC. prizes and promise their friends a Y. M. I. Tho Executive Committee of tho good time. Catholic Orphan Society announces 2NIACKIN COUNCIL, 205. URGENT APPEAL. a general meeting at the K. of C. Monday Meets Evenings at Club club house next Monday evening, to House, 344 North Twenty-sixtTlje Catholic Church Extension inaugurate plans for tho annual President S. O. Hubbu. orphan picnic, which Is to bo given Society has on file 145 urgent apM. First Vice President F. on the grounds of St. Vincent's peals for monstrances from mission requests have Schaad. Orphanage on Tueday, July 4. The priests. All these Second Vice President R. L. committee urges a large attendance come from towns where tho need of furnishings for mission chapels Scheckler. of the members, and especially the thereK3T. Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. ladles, to enlist In this noble work. is very reat. The society friends fore urges upon Its kind Recording Secretary G. W. consideration of this special request Buckle. ALHAMRRA TO INITIATE. for monstrances. A mostranco may IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Treasurer G. J. Thornton. bo obtained from the society for Marshal Theo. Buckle. AJ Slratt Caravan of tho Order of $24. By sending us this amout Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. Alhambra. composed of members of you may bo the means of permitting Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. tho Knights of Columbus, perfected the people of ono mission chapel to plans this week for elaborate cere- attend benediction of the Most SPREAD OF ROSARY. monial to accompany tho' initiation Blessed Sacrament. Donations will SATISFIES THAT LONGING. of a number of new members on bo gratefully received by the CathSociety, Tho general intention recom- Monday night, May 8. Delegations olic Church Extension building, Chicago. mended by His Holiness Popo Bene- from Cincinnati, Memphis and other dict for tho month ol May is the places are expected. Those to be INCORPORATED SIXTV YEARS. spread of tho Rosary. For many Initiated will bo from various parts LOUISVILLE, KY, PHONE CITY 859. in the church of God the of Kentucky, and they may look for centuries University, widely Old Niagara Rosary has been a favorite devotion. "tho time of their life." known as the Seminary and College The form of prayer is so simple and of Our Lady of Angels, will this JOHN B. FRANK the prayers and meditations aro bo PLAY LOTTO ONLY. year celebrate the sixtieth annisublime that tho popularity of the versary of Its foundation. This A grand lotto will be given for great Catholic devotion is not surprising. It can educational institube taught to the simple little child the benefit of St. Aloyslus church tion has a glorious record. Old and it appeals to the most learned. of Poweo Valley next Tuesday after- Niagara stands In with Yale, Har By his recommendation our Holy noon and evening at Gambrlnus vard, Princeton, Cornell and others Father shows his desire that tho use Hall, Shelby and Roselane, tho of the same class, and is recognized of tho Rosary should be even more games to be called at 2!30 and by the Department of Education of widespread. Tho power of the Ros- 8:30 o'clock. Lotto only will be the Emnlro State as ono of the ary has often been attested in the clayed to satisfy the increasing leading institutions of tho country. 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 history of tho church, as wo learn number of those who prefer to play From her portal have gone forth TELEPHONE 209 that game alone. LOmSVTLXiE. KT. many who have stood high In tho from the letters of many Supreme religious and civic Ufo of tho counPontiffs, and every Catholic who says of try. While this institution it daily has no doubt experienced IJKFRfEND LITTLE SISTERS. learning glories in her title of A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case mi the wonderful effects of our Lady's large Niagara University" and claims to Tho bricklayers on various Intercession In preserving her clients jobs about San Francisco left their Impart all that this name conveys, from evil of body and soul. Catholic employment on April and, led by parents should train their children President w. S. Boyle, journeyed to she does not cast aside the designa of "Seminary and College or from tho earliest years to lovo the the home of the Little Sisters of tion Lady of Angels." She rejoices Rosary. It will be a strong protec- the Poor on Lake street, whore they Our combines tion for thom throughout their lives. repaired the walls damaged by the In both, and union for both in one tho betterPeerless Common Extra Pale Lager An additional motive for fidelity may January storms. Somo acted as hod- - harmonious ment, and moral, of the be fdund In. tho numerous Indul- carriers and somo lam bricK, ana youths intellectual to her care. entrusted Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, gences granted by the Holy Sp to at the end of tho day tho work those who carry and say tho beads. was completed. and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. AND FLAG. CROSS They afford us frequent opportunity PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. of blotting out our own temporal FONTAINE FERRY OPENING. St. Joseph's church, Springfield. punishment and of helping the poor 111., has a roso window illuminated ''As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone' souls in purgatory. Fontaino Ferry will open its sea- so that Its designs are shown forth son on May 7. The park already is at night. It has a Roman cross in THOUSANDS SEND GREETINGS. looking very attractive and when the tho center, an American flag draped Oar Special $3.00 Spray work of painter and decorator is com- from an arm of tho cross and a Cut Flowers for all occasions. Our Special $5.00 Wreath Before sunset In Romo on Sunday pleted it will present an Inviting apsymbol of purity, on Spaclal attention given evening Popo Benedict XV. had re- pearance. Manager Harry A. Bilger bunch of lilies,of the cross. It bears The largest values In Fuse-ra- l the other side ceived more than 3,000 telegrams Is spending busy days superintending tho Inscription, "Render unto Caesar orders. Flowers ever offered la bringing Easter greetings besides tho work. Sig. Ernesto Natiello, tho things that are Caesar's and to Louisville. innumerable letters, messages and the celebrated bandmaster, will fur- God tho things that are God's." The NEW NANZ & NEUNER CO. For prompt delivery call ?23 addresses from all parts of tho world, nish tho dally free band concerts, pastor, the Rev. P. J. O'Reilly, has both phones. INCORPOBATBD. far surpassing tho number received and Prof. Jako Schilling will have been active in many patriotic and 057 Fourth Ave., Loaiavillot Ky. last year for the first Easter of hlo charge of tho music in tho dance civic movements. pontificate. Tho characteristic note pavilion. "Billy" Paulsen will lead of this world tribute Is the expres- tho orchestra in the theater. FOR WOMAN'S EYE. sion, of wishes for the success of his inuuniH lata efforts for peace. SODALITY IN COMEDY. AH tho old time dress color comMJtfLILfnOP binations are back. IburthAwnue loulxvWr j TIJD3 TO KICK. Village Postofflce," a mu"At the The sailor hat is tho dominant sical comedy In two acts, will be Flowers telegraphed everywhere. Six hundred bags of parcel post given by the Young Ladies' Sodality shape of the moment. matter, comprising probably more of St. Charles church In St. Charles Little hats are as tall as ever and than 50,000 packages mailed for dis- Hall, h and Chestnut some of the big hats are bigger than tribution In Holland, are to be 're streets, May 10 and 11. ever. S turned to the senders in America Leghorn promises to have more I because the Dutch steamships will ST. CHARLES EUCHRE. popularity than it has had in recent not carry this mail owing to the years. British seizure of parcel post consignA euchre and lotto will be given w Combinations of silk and eotton or ments. The British authorities con- at St. Charles Borromeo Church h NORTON BUILDING tend that the parcels might reaoh Hall, and Chestnut silk and linen are very much emin demand the three suit 1b deand benefk the central powers. This streets, next Monday evening, the ployed. N.W. Ctrner Fourth Jeffcnta Wjblle the two piece suit is always Icidedly In favor mail has accumulated in ths foreign. games to be called at 8:15 e'cloek. soft-finisThirty-secon- Splendid showing of Girls' Dresses; mado of fine quality materials, ginghams, corded piquo and repps; beautiful, styles; jacket and jumper effects. Some have dainty Avhite guimpes; solid colors, white, and pretty plaids; 'sizes 6 to 14 years; specialy priced for Monday from $1.98 to $4.50 ! Colored Dress Materials For Easter I n..i. 51-lnc- h All-wo- ol ; ; ! All-wo- ol 51-inc- h All-wo- ol ct 1818-182- HMfMHMllMIHtHtMImtH4mHK FRANK FEHR BREWING CO aaaaaaK3 - h. Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILIiEl. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER ck JOHN F. OERTEL CO. WALTERS' and Clay Street Brewery G FALL CITY BEER FLORISTS out-of-to- UawaMSH Twenty-sevent- III nil Jifl Hi thIc-i-aojn. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Twenty-sevent- vie - ui !) xcE3V0DXJOK:,,ir tS&cMMSSh&A BOTH PHONES-263- iRism HARRY HEMRY AJMa&iBX&JLnPm B. DRIVER A. J. MILS 5 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and tH$4MM$$H$Hf4Mt4Hm4 Footographed Feet Mean Comfortrble Shoes ' CLEANING AND DYEING CO. INCORPORATED. DO YOU KNOW THAT WE SHOW MORE 426 South Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. No No No No No more more more more more pinched toes rubbed heels Our workmanship Is positively tho bcBt In the city, and backed On May 7 a large numbor will bo up by a house of long standing and financially responsible. received into tho order at Portland, Our service not equaled. Ore. Big classes will be received into tho order tomorrow at Cincinnati and Urbana, Ohio. Ono hundred or moro candidates were given the third at Denver Saturday night. Thero will bo about eighty candidates in the class to bo initiated tomorrow at Indlanapolia. Tomorrow a now council will be instituted at Manhattan, K&s., and a joint initiation will take placo at Emporia. Union Council of Syracuse has purchased tho Lynch residence on James street for $30,000, which will bo used as a club house. There is much activity in Colorado. There will soon be exemplifications at Durango and Pueblo, and a new council is planned for Antontto. Monday night the Knights of Minneapolis tendered Bishop Law- ler a farewell banquet before his de parture for Lead, S. D., where ho will bo Installed on May 4. Since last Sunday the Knights of Milwaukee have been celebrating the dedication and opening of their $250,000 club house. I lame muscles aching insteps stained arches After your feet have been Footographed and fitted accordingly. It's the greatest little "pain killer" we know of this Footograph Fittine Service of ours. Carpets and Rugs THAN YOU HAVE EVER IMAGINED? Orthopedic Department Mi matter wtit your mak twnirrow xi su or (alien arcbti, fttt traMos in cons, bsslHt, tc, w cao htlp ysu. Drcp til-Im- j, In wr sptclalltts. 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Villa The figures In squares shows tho number of Carranza troops stalino of communications of the JIIOHAEL O'SULLIVAN. tioned at various points threatening tho United States forces. City Building Inspector William J. seen In the improvement of Mackln O'Sulllvan on Tuesday received the d sad news of the death at Los Angeles Council's team, which beat 8 to 6. Trinity showed Im- of his venerable father, Michael provement and gave the Olympics a O'Sulllvan, for many years a widely BENEFIT OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCH closo call, losing in a 6 to 4 game. known and respected resident of LouSchoduie for tomorrow: K. of C. vs. isville. Mr. O'Sulllvan was born In What They Have Been Doing Trinity, Imperials vs. Bertrand, County Clare, Ireland, eighty-seve- n TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MAY 2 AND 3. 1916 Champs vs. Olympics, and Mackln vs years ago, coming to this country in the Past Week General AFTERNOON AND NIGHT 1833 with his mother, who located Orioles. News Notes. at Syracuse, N, Y., where ho took In School Hall, Jackson and Kentucky Streets. great interest In Catholic church af CLIXES HEADS COMEWV. fairs, for a number of years being In addition there will be a varied and pleasing programme, The Callfrfrnla State convention Thomas D. Cllnes is again at the Sunerintendent of tho Sundav-schopresented by some of Louisville's best will be held in San Diego. head of tho Mackln Council players at St. Johns church In the old Games will be called at 2:30 and 8:00 o'clock. Many prizes. Division 3 will hold a daylight In their new show, entitled "Tin Fourth ward. The family moved to Admission 25 cents, including either games or supper. In 1869, the deceased en meeting tomorrow afternoon. Soldiers," the latest musical comedy .Louisville gaging in the shoemaking business in Bo3ton is preparing to entertain by Aulyn E. Kanston. Mr. Cllnes a shop on Fifth street oppolte the 100,000 visitors the week of the nahas now been the leading man for Cathedral, which soon became a tional convention. well educated County President William J. Con- the Mackln Council productions for gathering place for philosophy, litis of seasons, and men who discussed nelly will be Loulsvlle's delegate to a numberthe major part inhethe again erature, history to have new and world politics. the Boston convention. show. His long and varied experi- Twenty years ago his wife, who was An augmented orchestra will fur- ence has made him a finished actor, Miss Ann Dwyor, also a native of Patents and White. nish the danco music for the Gait and his work is equal to that of many County Clare, passed away. To For Boys and Girls. House dance Monday evening. professionals. His versatile ability them were born nine children, all Popular prices. $1.75 to $3.00, accord The Philadelphia County Board has been given special consideration of whom survive. They are the Rev. will send twenty-fiv- e elected dele- In "Tin Soldiers," and he has been Hugh O'Sulllvan, of Whltesvllle, and ing to size. gates to the Boston convention. cast In a part which will exhibit his the Rev. Anthony O'Sulllvan, of A joint meeting of the Hibernian numerous talents to (heir fullest exboth of the diocese of Louis318 Social Club and Ladies' Auxiliary tent. Besides being: a star actor ho ville; the Rev. St. John O'Sulllvan, W. Market. will be held tomorrow afternoon at is an all around, good fellow who formerly of the diocese of Louisville, numbers his friends, by the thousands, now of tho mission at San Juan 3:30 o'clock. Cal.; Miss Lucy O'Sulllvan, Tho County Board met Wednesday who no doubt will present them214 evening and discussed prospects of selves in full force at the perform- of Los Angeles; M. J. O'Sulllvan, of W. Market. the State convention to be held here ances of "Tin Soldiers" to greet him Los Angeles; W. J. O'Sulllvan and Mr. Cllnes is Patrick O'Sulllvan, of Louisville, In his latest role. INCORPORATED. In September. the Tomorrow morning the Hibernians Treasurer of and ItMackln Council and Frank and Joseph O'Sulllvan, of Several years ago Mr. DAN of Covington will attend mass at the Choral Club, abilityseems that he Chicago. EDW. A. AXMAN HOME PHONE CITY 3238 J. HENNESSY for handling Cathedral and approach holy com- has a natural Is also tho Treasurer O'Sulllvan went to California, residmoney, for ho ing with his eon, tho Rev. St. John munion in a body. Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. of Jefferson county and tho Twin Will McDonogh's lecture on the City Baseball League. Incidentally O'Sulllvan, at the old mission of San Juan Caplstrano until recently, when workmen's compensation law was he Is the manager of the Knights of ho went to the home of his son in much appreciated at the meeting of Columbus team. The Los Angeles, where his death was duo baseball Division 4 Monday evening. female part of the cast for "Tin to incident, to old age. From our exchanges it appears Soldiers" lias now been completed, Theinfirmities are expected to arrive remains Inthat a new era of prosperity and are Miss Evelyn hero tomorrow and the funeral will and tho terest is being manifested by the La- Johnson, of West Chestnut street, take Dlaco Monday morning from dies' Auxiliary in Virginia. noted for her beauty and graceful- the Cathedral, after which the UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street Archbishop Christie will open the ness, and Miss Nettle Fenton, a body will be rest to laid Monday night at popular young lady of Beechmont, beside that of his wife in St. Louis Hibernian fair on Portland, Ore. It will continue four who possesses an excellent voice, and cemetery. His life was well spent nights with special attractions for is expected to make a real hit in the und when the summons called him each. two songs especially written for her. ho was fully prepared for the next Martin Mullaney was obligated at Rehearsals are progressing nicely, life. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. the meeting of Division 4 Monday Interest continues to grow, and as ST. LEO'S ENTERTAINSEENT. and the applications of John Bald- the time draws near for the Initial FREE SERVICE. bewin and Thomas Heslln were re- performance the management be of a comes more and more confident A crand entertainment will ceived. "Tin Soldiers" given tomorrow and Monday even secured genuine success. Mrs. Hannah McCarthy iiigniana thirty-eigh- t 1101-0- 3 new members for Ladles' will be produced at Macauley's Thea- ings In St. Leo's nan, tho new EAST BROADWAY. Park, for the benefit of Auxiliary 16 of Pittsburgh, finishing ter on May 15, 16 and 17. young school. Tho young men and third in tho County Board memberladles, former dudIIs of St. Leo's UREWERS HERE. ship contest. school, will tako part, assisted by President L. J. Mackey, of Division ad The Louisville ball club's old the school children. e Tickets ofwith 3, was a guest of Division 4 Monday cents mission are twenty-fivsuggestion of a more rivals, Harry Clark's e Milwaukee reserved seats fifteen cents extra. evening, and his series will begin a frequent Interchange of visits was team, this afternoon and the strange The proceeds of tho entertainment The Best Straight Whisky On Earth hero well received. faces on the team will surprlso will be donated to the school fund The Hibernian Rifles of Columbus, many of the fans. Devore and and Rev. Father J. J. Fitzgerald, Ohio, have organized an Irish ath- Thorpe, the former New York the pastor, expecte to announce the letic club. Its purpose will be to re- Giants' stars, are in the line-ualso plans for tho new school in tho near INCORPORATED vive healthy athletics, especially in Jay Kirk'e, the former fence buster future, the architect now making Monday Sole OwHtm Registered DIat. No. 32 Gaelic features. The Colonels' remark- 'several corrections. After of Toledo. Secretary of War Baker has in Ills able showing thus' far has attracted tho needs of St. Leo's parish will bo Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West Main Street. bands tho appeal of the Ladies' Aux- attention throughout tho circuit and attended to by one of tho Dominican iliary for a site in Arlington ceme- the newspaper critics who awarded Fathers for several days, as Father tery for the memorial to the nuns the pennant to Minneapolis without Fitzgerald will bo out of trie city. WE'LL FIX THAT FAN FOR YOU a struglo are now beginning to of the battlefield. hedge, some giving Louisville a IMPOSSIBILITY. AND DO THE WORK QUIOKIXT AND RIGHT Division 5 of Baltimore gave a charity benefit at the Academy of chance for the flag. No one can Better look over yoar fnas NOW aad let us repair the now the outcome It was time for In suggesting ones tvhioli need it BEFORE IT GETS REALLY HOT. Music this week for the St. Vincent even predict just every adjournment tho that night a local other Society. It Is estimated that of the pennant race, as nearly do Paul cnanges uuuy, sui- missionary priest told the following: team is maicing GO, - $2,000 will bo netted. ting new material from the major "A priest in one of ouru little country INCORPORATED. Water-burTho Ladles' Auxiliary of leaguers, and outsido of Louisville a largo flock to 333 WEST MAIN STREET Phone 135 Conn., will receive holy com and Minneapolis nono of tho teams towns with quite nearlng end of as tho ones minister to vaB penitents the confesmunion tomorrow morning, 10 oe have the same line-u- p at of followed by a special breakfast. They announced for April 18, the opening a long stream Saturday evening when , how- sion late ono 200 members. day. One thing can be said, have over , w . XV7VS- Ryan ever, that if all of tho teams had n man came in who stuttered badly. Many hope that Mrs. Ellen announce- The tired and worn priest was about stood pat on their first Jolly, National President oi uu long anu with Auxiliary, will have tho prlV' ments and Minneapolis was con- through hearinghim alter aman startwhen tho patient nSt AywflSjilPPJj ilege and honor of unveiling tho mon ceded to be our strongest opponent, ed again. I iwnue-neld- ." then it is safe to say that Wathen's ument to the "Nuns or an Our clergyclub would have romped away with friend could stand It no longer holy communion in the flag, as Louisville can trim ten man said: 'Run on home my good After receiving club seven, out of every a body at St. Bridget's church tho Hi- games with the same rosters. Every and you couldn't curso that much man. bernians of Minneapolis were ten- ran in Xjouisviiie, 713-71- 5 ana ospecmuy in fifty years.' " SOUTH SEVENTH STREET dered an excellent breakfast by those only able to go on Sunday, Tllf!MS-CM- fa., S. 2991. KM, CHj 2399. Father Donaghue and the ladies of oVimiiii lm nut tn crlvo thn hovs en SLIDE PROMISE GOOD. the parish. couragement before the start of their series away from home, beginJohn Drlscoll, of Hampton, Va., CITY LEAGUE. TWIN ning next Thursday. is tho last survivor of the old United Curnb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 Statos ship Monitor, conqueror of the Rumor has it that V.A pulmotor ORDBfATIO; 5T civil war. After the Merrimac la tho Earlv and noa;i i fovlvB tho famous naval hattlo President leadFrank "Maggie" Coleman, the corps, J. Connolly, Lincoln summonod tho Monitor's Next month Gerald ers of the Champs rooting studying for the priesthood crew to Washington and told them who is when their ravoritea were aeciBiYeiy at St. Mary's Seminary, Elllcott City, anyone ever wanted a favor it beaten by the K. of C. team. Sunday will be ordained in tne uovingion If nnltr hn nWMWftrV to ask it. CTCOBPORATEB In the Twin City League, Cathedral, and will be the first tnn11 afternoon seventy-sinever aaked to add insult to Injury these two priest to be ordained by Bishop Driscoll, now and states unui war told in advance by ifc or u. Brossart. Before studying for the anything of the united Navy Derecently, that the loaders wer due priesthood he was engaged In the partment when, ha 'told the Panama a trip through the to take the practice Cincinnati. of law0 In fall, but refused n for arm, died ..,. il Annular Through, his connection with the Y. rtotvai on a warship befora he promn.w K in 111BLBUUIC? tocio 111. The of Ma- M. 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