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VOLUME. XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1916. be ono of the most enjoyable events of the season, and lovers of good singing will bo given another opportunity of hearing some of their local favorites. It Is needless to PRICE FIVE CENTS. LARGE FAMILIES Of tlio DEMOCRATS Poor Discussed in Able Manner by Catholic "Writer. Arguments of Shows Follies Eugenlsts nnd Faddists of Today. of Eloquent Tribute to the Gray Haired Mother, in Touch With Her Maker. POVETRV IS A SOCIAL CRIME The dally press and magazines have contained much lately con- cerning the opinions of eugenlsts and thoso who oppose large families, and the following article, entitled "Large Families of the Poor," by Austin. O'Malley, M. D In a re- cent publication of America, Is both Interesting and timely. Dr. CMalley says: The writer asks: What 1 have to say to those eugenlsts who hold that "the younger children of a largo family are nearly always defective." They are not. Even in families that have defective children from disease, heredity or vice, the younger children as such do not differ from the The others except accidentally. eugenlsts say that "poverty-strickeparents who undertake to raise a great many children are unable to give them the attention and education possible with a small family." n Any mother I ever saw, and I see such dally, gives as much attention In essentials to ten children as she does to three. The same Is true for people that are not Almost as a rule the poor give more attention to their ten children than the very' rich do to their one. The rich hire a substitute. That Is the reason the rlvleras of Tophet have so many rich visitors after the funeral. The education obtained by the poor, whether they havo one or ten children, Is free; and this objection has no n poverty-strickepoverty-stricken. far tho most sacred thing possible for the First Cause to effect. Eternal life Is the reward of tho just. The more lives, then, brought Into the world ordinarily, for the glory of God, tho better. As to poverty and Its evils, If men and women would pay more attention to tho neglected virtue of confidence in God, poverty would lose all Its bitterness. St. Lawrence was not bothered by his gridiron, nor St. John by the cauldron of boiling oil. This statement Is foolish to most folks, but It holds a fact. With Christ in the house the coalbln may be low yet a man can laugh against the winds of March. Go to your parish church some morning and watch the old widow who for scores of gray years has stood In the places of poverty, but whose heart knows how to chat with "the Heart." The man there in dim light whispering, "Offerlmus majestatl tuao do tuls donls ac datls hostlam puram," was her babe that lay at her breast when she herself went hungry. Tho girls and boys kneeling beside her in the crowded pew with souls white and wonderful as her own are hers through pain and joy. Watch her STREET . SCENE AND PRINCIPALS UN DUBLIN UPRISING. talking to the "Father" (note that tho name, will you) and to Left, Sir Roger Casement; center, Augustine Blrrell, Chief Secretary for Ireland; right, Baron Wimborne, mother of mothers and of God,, with Lord Lieutenant. Sackvllle street, Dublin, the sceneof sanguinary fighting between the King's soldiers and the multiple aureole of motherhood Irish revolutionists. about the faded bonnet, and you will bo able to answer a deal of the difficulties of the eugenlsts, or whatever you call them, of the half- baked thought.' proe-clare- say that with Prof. Schmltt as accompanist the instrumental feature will bo of tho most artistic charac- Welcome tho Unccrtainity and ter. There will be no charge for Doubt Xow Prevalent in admission, and It will be the pleasure of the council to welcome and Itcpulilican Party. entertain Its friends. i GOLDEN' JUIHLEE. REBELLION A FORERUNNER CAST FOK "TIN SOLDIERS." The cast for Mackin Council's new play, "Tin Soldiers," is now completed and comprises some or The the best talent of Louisville. members are busy with the final rehearsals, which will bo held alcoming most nightly during the week. The chorus also are putting Their on the finishing touches. work has progressed to such an extent that it Is almost professional in The General Dissatisfaction and Revolt in Ireland More Widespread Than the Cen sored Dispatches From London Show. character and the dress and or chestra rehearsal Is about all that is required to make them ready for Mackin performance. tho Initial Council feels "that in "Tin Soldiers" It will present to the public the strongest and most capable company In Its history. A moving picture was taken recently of the cast, which will be shown next week In the local houses, presenting the members to The following well the public. known young peoplo are members of the cast: Miss Susan Chrlstoph, prima donna: Miss Bertha Cohn, leading lady; Miss Evelyn Johnson, force. Miss Nettlo Fenton, Poverty-stricke-n families with soubrette: Kanston, the Col large families "forego many legiti- Ingenue; Aulyn Parsons, comedian; onel: Charles mate pleasures themselves and grow Thomas D. Cllnes, leading man. n old before their time." The produced at "Tin Soldiers" will .parents, even when they Macauley's ..Theater- -be on Monday, TSda'llltrvgdnesday.6,!en4ngBr iires' except the lass" of beer, the May 15, 16, 17. Indications are pipe of tobacco, the "movies," gos- that packed houses will witness all sip on the Are escape, "going to performances. The advance sale of church," and the like; and ten chil- seats begins next Thursday morndren will not affect such pleasures, ing at 9 o'clock. but enhance them. When a father Is aged prematurely it ds not because j ITof the number of children. Married men llvo longer than the single who have no children at all. There never yet was a mother at her sixtieth birthday who had raised ten children that was half as antiquated as a spinster of fifty who had raised nothing to her eternal credit but several generations of cats. Questions are, Thosn sociological however, extremely complicated and not to bo dismissed readily. What Is meant by a normally large family? Should any man or woman marry and bring Into the world all the chilIs a houseful of dren possible? starvelings better than no children at all? Are the biologists right in saying that such and such persons should not njarry? Is the physician's One can point of view correct? readily ask questions enough like these, but an adequate answer to them would fill volumes. Moreover, we must take the world as it Is. The In an Ideal blessings attainable Christian society for a large family n of are not for the our society, which Is anything but poverty-stricke-poverty-stricke- War of Revolution, Is Predicted Will Follow a Wholesale Hanging and Shooting of Irishmen by the English Government. ENGLAND THREW AWAY OPPORTUNITY IN POSTPONING HOME RULE ofTavoluti6tfane3rgcoiitnh"eTi Despite the censored dispatches from London as to the rebellion In Ireland against English rule Irish separatists in this country do not believe that the uprising in Dublin was the- formal planned beginning.! oppressive than any martlalflaw ever enforced. Under its provisions many Irish newspapers have' Wen suppressed, many leaders arretted or deported. These things, plsa the- recruiting, more unreasonable and i n mother of a The largo family has trouble enough, but those that dwell on this phase of her condition when considering her largo family, wholly miss the central fact. The end and vory Justification of marriage is to begot and to educate children for the greater glory of God and the eternal happiness of these children. No one Is obliged to marry, but whoever does should fulfil the purpose of the sacrament, If It Is physically possible to do bo; and neither poverty nor wealth enters into the factor of physical potency. The aim of. civil society should be not to limit the number of children among tho but to remove the causes that make for great poverty, and they can be removed. The poor we shall always have with us, hut that is a we have the social crime. It is all very charming to talk pathetically of the poor, and a noblo deed to spend one's life in helping the poor, but poverty Is not a blessing as a rule. It alawys rests on individual or social ignorance or crime, ,in tho poor man himself, in .hla forbears, or in civil society. Poverty at best, in the natural life, Is practically always a blunder, to say the least. Still all this is beside the question. Existence, no matter how sordid, Is Immeasurably better than nonis nothexistence, for ing; and when we consider eternal life after separation from the body existence Tlsee to infinite possibilities A human life, above even in an Australian hushman. in a tubercular pauper, in the vilest criminal, Is In Itself so stupendously noble a good that the whole universe exists for Its upholding toward betterment. The raising, of human life toward a higher condition has been the sole tendency of all the magnificent obarlty, sacrifice, patriot poverty-strickepoverty-stricken, poverty-stricken non-existen- ce Ideal. BMPRESS OF GERMANY. that the Dublin incident, whether or not a part of a formal programme, will serve very well for the historian of a free Ireland as a picturesque point of departure in short, another Boston Tea Party or battle of Lexington. Rioting has been going on for months as a part of the Sinn Fein recruiters. crusade against tho There was an incident of this sort a month ago at Tullamore, fifty miles west of Dublin, where three policemen were shot. Tho country has been placarded with derisive posters placed opposite every building in which the British army had established a recruiting station. These posters bear such labels as "England in the Last Ditch," and King Who "Help the Couldn't Ride His Horse." Wherever the words "Defense of the realm act" appear on a public notice some Irishman has made it his business to cross out "defense" and subThis same destitute "pretense." fense of the realm, at least so far as applied to Ireland, has been one of the chief causes of iritation denounced by the Sinn Fein party as Bow-Legged Idea that the capture of the British PoBtoffice and the severing of tele-- J graph wires In the Irish capital were financed or instigated by the Germans, or was timed with reference to' the attempted raid by Sir Roger Casement. But they do be lieve that Ireland's golden opportunity for revolution has come, and TrekHlifss tctstnoarDTgan. Dublin Is have K"A" wholesale hanging and shooting of Irishmen by English officials there is no doubt of the outcome. Under such circumstances a war of revolution is a foregone conclusion. But with things as they are many believe that tho golden opportunity for Ireland has come. Germany is ready to help her and has the agency for rendering such help in her undersea boats. And the best part of Ireland's present opportunity is In England's presert plight. England can not get men to enlist, she is threatened with conscription, het allies are Insisting that she send more troops to the Continent, so she certainly can not withdraw troops already there to fight Ireland. The peoplo In England are in a panic for fear of German invasion, and want to keep all the troops now In England right where they are for homo protection, So with a fair amount of outside help Ireland can now win the independence she has been looking forward to for generations. Speaking of golden opportunities, England had ono of her own at tho beginning of the war, but she threw it away. If she had granted home rule then, instead of postponing it the most stupid act in the entire history of British statesmanship-s- he would have had the loyal support of all Ireland throughout the European war and also the sympathy of the Irish-America- it the sequel to the fighting at tiy tirittfiit"ti hrrr jlui rtt,"15r";"l'Hr '" " ii "'" dtuln$tlJi9ejqncenn&r!PK"As pnsr war that woulaulsgracelreland. JamesPJerontnf?V?a.;c?and?Rev ' concolumns" dieted 1ST I For the last five years Irishmen have been subjected to a great amount of exasperation from the English governing classes. First, the English governing classes armed npnnlo in the a Bantlnn nf thn Irish road and Edenslde avenue. reserved its most beautiful day for this auspicious occasion and as the sun shone forth In all its beauty the "bride and groom" of fifty years, attended by their three grandchildren, entered tho church to tho strains of Lohengrin's "Wedding March," proceeded to tho altar and renewed their marlago vows. Solemn high mass was sung by the pastor, Rev. E. Erie Wlllett, assisted by Rev. Thomas W. White, Rev. Michael Melody and Rev. James P. Cronln, V. G. Tho music was of surpassing excellence, Haydn's Third Mass being sung by a choir of twenty voices under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. ' Hannan's daughter, Miss Nellie B. Hannan. At tho solemn blessing, "Believe Me, if Young Endearing All Those Charms," was rendered with violin obligato by Prof. Georgo Kbllross. The church was artistically decorated with palms and yellow roses and the magnificent altars of marble and gold enhanced the beauty of tho sanctuary where this venerable couple knelt and with their children and grandchildren received our Divine Lord in the Blessed Eucharist. The Rev. Thomas W. White, their former pastor, addressed the "bride and groom," congratulating them on this happy occasion. He said they were a source of edification to every parish In which they lived and were an honor to their children, whom they have reared In the fear and love of God. The solemn services closed with the singing of the "Te Deum." Mr. and Mrs. Hannan are natives of Ireland. Mr. Hannan was born In 1843 and his wlfo in They were married In this 1845. city on April 30, 1866, at St. Patrick's church by tho Rev. Father Joyce, and have lived In Louisville e years. for moro than Breakfast was served at tho resi dence to the immediate family and clergy. The color scheme of yellow and white was carried out in all the Ices, the tables decorated with baskets of yellow flowers tied with tulle in" and the dates scribed. Seated at the table with Mr. and Mrs. Hannan were their children and grandchildren and the Rev. E. Erie Wlllett, Rev. M. F. Melodv. Rev. . Thomas White. Rev. April fifty-fiv"1866-1916- Last Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hannan celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage at St. James church, Bards-tow- n Withdrawal of Ilaltlcman Would Be Popularly .Received in State Convention. Local Republican Machine to Back Joseph Lawton and Eugene Daily. LET PEOPLE ELECT THE BOARD Democrats are more than pleased with the prospects for the party because of tho uncertainty and doubt resting among the Republicans and Progressives. The New York Tribune, the leading Republican organ of the country, came out strong a few weeks ago In behalf of tho nomination of Roosevelt by me Kepuoiican convention, stating then that there seemed to be a growth of Roosevelt sentiment throughout the country, but afte: the result of the different State wide primaries were made known tho Tribune publishers began to believe that they had been a little hasty in their deductions and this past week announced that the choice of tho Republicans had narrowed down to Roosevelt and Hughes, that there seemed to bo a great many In favor of tho latter, and to thoroughly test the strength of the two men the Tribune Inaugurated a straw vote between the two and Is now publishing a coupon advising Its readers and friends throughout the country to vote for their choice between the Sphinx-lik- e Judge and the Fourth of July orator Roosevelt. The crowd who arranged the Gary dinner to make peace with Roosevelt now bellove they were a little hasty, and if given an opportunity will drop both Hughes and Roosevelt and line up behind Burton or McCall. Those who were falling over themselves to get In the Roosevelt wagon a week or two ago aro now hesitating a little and tho Rough Rider boomers are not noar so enthusiastic. The threatened split between tho State and local Democracy has been averted, thanks to wise counsel. and thcu,.Beckhun-Hal- y faction are Wall-street then charged with bayonets, killing and wounding people. This was a week before war started. The episode has not been forgotten In Dublin. Then It Is remembered, too, that a group of British officers were able to dictate to tho Government terms which went toward making the home rulo measure In-- , operative. The refusal to put the home rule measure Into law has also exasperated Irish opinion. Padralc Colum, the noted Irish poet and dramatist, in New York, in an interview, said: "I would like to insist that the men at tho head of tho movement over in Dublin are no mere fanatics, but resolute, thoughtful men. Among them are James Connolly, a labor leader and author of 'Labor in Irish History,' and Padralc Pearse, formerly editor of a Gaelic journal, and head master of an important school. The rest of the leaders are, I believe, very able and resolute men and I am convinced that they are not acting blindly or in the dark. I want to insist again that I believe that if Sir Roger Casement had never gone to Genriany given tho dangerous and exasperating conditions in Ireland which elxst at present this outbreak would have happened." hot-head- When the Nationalists attempted to arm, a regiment of British soldiers, of their officer. under direction Major Haig, fired on an unarmed crowd In the streets of Dublin, and Herman jausen, an oi wnoui gratulated the "bride and groom" and hoped they would Ibro to celebrate their diamond jubilee. In tho afternoon a reception ,was held from 3 to 5. when hundreds of friends and relatives called to rejoice with this venerable, couple who have shared each other's joys and sor rows for- fifty years and are honored pilgrims in the pathway of life. - these Senators CamJames, Beckham, Stanley, den, Gov. and Mayor Buschemeyer will be chosen as delegates to tho naAt the State tional convention. convention Gov. Stanley will be chosen as Temporary Chairman and Attorney General Logan as Permanent Chairman. Judge Charles Hardin will be chosen as Chairman of the Democratic State Committee ex-Go- v. ry $''f 'Cat" t. MACICKY. '' EARLY SETTLER DEAD. Matt Brennan, one of Louisville's best known Irishmen and pioneer citizens, died Tuesday at his home, 1212 South Sixth Btreet, after a short Illness, his end being hastened, it is believed, by the death of his youngest daughter, Mrs. J. F. Hudglns, who died two weeks ago in Indianapolis, Mr. Brennan was a native of Ireland and came to this country when but a youth, serving as a Union soldier during the Civil War In the commissary department. Imd mediately following the war he In the" district known bb Limerick, and was one of the little band of Catholics who worshipped at the little frame Dominican church dn the early sixties, and gave active aid and help In building the present St. Louis Bertrand church, which was dedicated in 1870. For over thirty years Mr. Brennan and his brother John Brennan conducted a and repair shop just south of the corner of Seventh and Broadway, retiring about twelve years ago from business. Ho is survived by six sons, John M William, Thomas, Edward, Raymond and Bertrand, and four daughters, Misses Anna and Alice Brennan, Mrs. C. Emmet Fltz- patrlck and Mrs. Shelby Peake. The funeral took place from St. Louis Bertrand's church Thursday morning at 9 o'clock. set-t'eblack-smithi- HONOR FATHER ItAFFO. Rev. Charles P. Raffo, pastor of St. Charles Borromeo's church, Louisville, will deliver the baccalaureate sermon and will receive the degree of Doctor of Laws at the commencement exercises of the University of Notre Dame this June, it wa3 announced there Tuesday. Rev. John Cavanaugh, C. S. C, who is a warm friend of Father Rano, is especially glad to have secured Father Raffo's acceptance of the invitation to speak on this important occasion, for tho popular Louisville clergyman is widely known as a pulpit orator. Father Raffo will be the guest of Kentucky members of tho faculty of Notre Damo and of the Kentucky Club during his stay Two at the Catholic university. Kentucky boys are Included in the young men who list of ninety-si- x will receive degrees from. Notre Dame thl3 June. Thoy are Walter and L. Clements, of Springfield, Mr. Louis P. Harl, of Owensboro. Clements, who has already received two degrees, from Notre Damo, will graduate in law this June, while Mr. Harl is a member of tho first graduating class in journalism at Notre Dame. TRINITY COUNCIL. A large crowd attended the meeting of Trinity Council, Y. M. I., Mon day night, the feature being a lec- turo by the Rev. (Patrick O'Mahoney, his suhject being "Relation of the Bible to the Catholic Church." Father O'Mahoney held the Interest of his audience throughout his discourse, and the way hie sound logic was appreciated was testified to by the frequent rounds of applause. The m'lnberehip campaign seems to be at white hoat with the teams run ning nock and neck tor tho first honors, many applications being read. The new bowling alleys are being rapidly pushed to completion, and already interest seems to be rife as to who will bo tho champion bowler and what team will be crowned the winner about this time next year. The Literary Committee announced a musicale for next Monday evening, and also that Grand President Robert T. Burke will address tho council on Monday, May 22. Members are urged "to be up and doing" and get all their applications In by May IB, when the campaign closes. The Mercury basketball team, winners of the pennant, were awarded bronze watch fobs, the presentation speech being made by James B. Kelly. Those on the team were Loukj Clephas, Captain; Louis Eberle. 3ahn Donnelly, John Ernst and Wllt'am Haas. It was decided to raise the initiation fee from ?5 to $10 Immediately after the close of the membership campaign contest. President B. J. Sandmann apV. K. pointed James B. Kelly, Ecker, P. J. Sandmann, J. C. .Klrch-dorfand A. G. Schneider to arrange rules and regulations for the bowling alleys. er DIVISION 1 GAINING. 1, A. 0. H., held Its Division monthly meeting on Thursday night of last week, with a most cheerful and interesting gathering. Secretary Daniel McCarthy had before him and correspdndence voluminous read from the National President, National Secretary and National Board of Directors. County President Will-JaConnolly and Secretary D. J. O'Koefe wore among the visitors present. During tho mooting President Mark Ryan spoke of the hearty support and adhesion of the members to tho principles of tho grand old order and the rapidity with which Division 1 has gained financially and otherwise since the beginning of the year. Treasurer Thomas Keenan surprised his hearers when he read a report of the sick and death benefits iaid members, who now are happily off the sick list. The Visiting Committee reported they had none on the rick list. Receipts of tho meeting added a goodly amount to the resources now In tho treasury. m QUEEN OF BULGARIA. DUDLEY rlncra wna Rnlpmnlzflfl Jit St. Pat- rlck's church, when Lawronce Dudley, of 2012 St. Xavler street, led to the altar miss uaymo .uacKey, nf iim rirlflUh avenue. Manv of Mnnilar mnrnlnp a hptilltiful mar- - their friends were present at the nuptial mass, which was celebrated by the Very Rev. James P. Cronln, V. G., who performed tho ceremony. Both bride and groom are popular in West End circles and have the best wishes of a legion of friends for a happy wedded life. Following tho ceremony tho happy couple left on a bridal trip to umcago, ana nnnn thAlp fotiirn thnv will bn at home at 110 South street. Thirty-second EXHIBITS PROOF. MUSICALE. of Trinity Council, Y. and their lady and gentlemen friends will be given a rare treat Monday night, when a musicale will of be given under the direction Prof. Leo A., Schmltt in the beautiful new auditorium of the club house at Baxter and Morton avenue. The programme arranged is of the highest order, and includes such well known local artists as and Carrie Misses Ma7 Hlnkle Finoke an Messrs. Eugene Tlmmel, Louis JKftman and Dr. Edward H. iHuhJftch. This occasion promisee to M. I., Members ST. PATRICK'S EUCHRE. CALLED TO MOTHER. Paul Fein, of New Albany, was called to Greensburg, to visit his mother, Mrs. Veronica Fein, who is ill at the home of her son, the Rev. Father Henry Fein. Mrs. Fein was for many years a resident of New Albany, and news of her Illness was learned with deep regret. The next of the series of euchres and lottos given by St. Patrick's ch(urch will take place at the school hall, Sixteenth and Market streets, Monday evening, and the following .committee will be in charge: Mrs, William Greaney, Mrs. John Mrs, Joseph Donahue, Mies Kate Broderlck, .Miss Nellie Mullln I and Mlse Jennie Linton. Hen-neee- y, Unlike most disciples of Isaac Walton, who say that tho biggest fish they hooked was the ono that got away. W. H. Bartlett, Freight Agent of, the I. C. Railroad, who has Just returned from Pasadena, Fla., brought substantial proof of his prowess as a fisherman home with him. Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett and family were there on a pleasure trip and during their stay Mr. Bartlett fished dally and landed a shark, porpoise, ballon fish and others, the aggregate being 200 pounds, and to convince any doubting Thomases has had them mounted and placed on exhibition In his apartments at the Puritan. their own school representative. Cantrlll as Chairman of the Stato Campaign Committee. The above to schedule appears satisfactory everyone. Tho only fly In the ointment, so to speak, is that the State leaders are still Insistent on the selection of W. B. Haldeman as National Committeeman to succeed Urey Woodson Woodson. has ceased to fight to retain his placo and it would be fitting that Haldeman should also step aside, and Democrats from every part of Kentucky say that If the Times editor is sincere In his desire for a big vote for Wilson and Democratic harmony he should withdraw from the race. Or in the event that ho wants vindication, as some of his friends say, let him agree that if elected by tho convention he will decline with thanks. This seems to be the most popular solution. Local Republicans and Progressives are trying to agree on a candidate to make the race against Congressman Swagar Sherley and Indications "Doc" from present Ryans will have the backing of the old lino eloment in the party, Dr. Ben Bruner tho prohibitionists, and Joe Lawton the backing of Chesley Searcy, who controls the machine. It Is rumored that Judge DuRolle may get in the contest if the Republicans nominate a strong Presidential candidate at Chicago, as he and the others mentioned realize that their only hope to give Congressman Sherley a real contest is to be dragged through behind a strong Presidential nominee, and that in strictly a Congressional contest Mr. Sherley would get mora votes than his entire opposition combined. Democrats consider "Doc" Ryans the strongest of any of those mentioned thus far. It is believed that the Republican machine will throw its support to Eugene Dally In the contest for the nomination for Prosecuting Attornoy, because the latter is closely allied with the element which dominates local Republican politics. There seems to be a disposition on the part of those who kindly select the Board of Education members for the people to work under cover thus far and not announce their selections too soon. It has been the custom the past several years for a little group to get together and select candidates for the board, the public at large having no choice In the matter whatsoever. The delay this year Is possibly because of the Indignation aroused over the attempt of th,e board to raise the taxes (their refusal to discount being equivalent to a raise), and when the choices are announced it will be at the last moment. 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''" LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, MAY, 6, 1916 Especially Planned For You In Spring Sales And in these we will offer you far better shirts, better ties, better hosiery, better underwear and better suits than you could possibly expect at the prices. MARY'S MONTH. Damascene and St. Venerable Bede, viewed ' 3 evening. May 19 Exhibition by tho pupils Beginning tomorrow morning tho of Miss Blanche Mitchell's Dancing first two masses at St. Patrick's Academy, Macauley's Theater, 8:15 church will be at C and 7:30 o'clock P. m. f May 12 Euchre and lotto for and the later two at 9 and 10:30 prevail dur- benefit of Visitation Home, afternoon o'clock, these hours to and evening. ing the summer months. May 24-2- 5 Our Lady of Mercy Sowing Circle May festival, at AcadVISITATION HOME EUCHRE. emy Hall, 1176 East Broadway. A euchre and lotto will be given on May 30 River excursion for the benefit of tho Visitation Homer Smith to Brandenburg for Home next Friday afternoon and the benefit of St. Philip Neri evening at tho home. 615 West Wal- church. nut street, games to be called at June 21 Trinity Council moon2:30 and 8:15 o'clock. Many hand- light excursion on steamer Homer CAUSE FOR REMARK. some prizes will be awarded. Smith. July 4 Annual orphans' picnic on SufThe Women's Federation and MACKJN COUNCIL St. Vincent's grounds. fragette leaders of Lexington Ky., Mackln Council, Y. M. I., is stead- C8aciC8S32a833C82C8S3X33XX3Se are up In arms at the remarks made on Judge John J. Riley, of ily Increasing its strength andclass by Police Monday night will initiate a that city, In which ho,' tated, from of about twenty-fiv- e. At the meetHOURS OF MASSES. mer breezes laden with the perfumes and tho sounds of opening spring. Wo feel the gladness of the summer sun, and hear the choruB of the birds, God's feathered choristers, chanting forth his praises where the copsoland is a mist of green. No wonder then that man should catch the tono of gladness that surrounds In his heart the him and song of praise and exaltation that rises up from tho heart of nature. Yet nature's forces render but a poor and faint reflection of the uncreated beauty of the Godhead, If compared with that which grace affords. Hence the loveliness of Mary is but dimly shadowed in the beauty that is ever associated with her own bright month of May, just as scenery viewed in the uncertain moonlight loses much of its coloring and of the vivid splendor of its detail. Nevertheless May, the month of flowers, of song birds and of balmy breezes, is rightly taken as symbolizing something of the attributes and influence of Mary In the world of grace. Hence the dedication of this month to her. re-ec- wakens from the long, dull sleep of Government will only serve to fur-thspread tho dissension and bitter winter, a period therefore of Tovival, energy and growth. Tho hedge- feeling throughout Ireland. These rows are aglow with hawthorn, the leaders and their followers were inbanks are bright with violet and spired and actuated by the same feel-In- g as that of Georgo Washington prlmroso and many colored blooms of beautiful and wild simplicity. We and the signers of the Declaration of rovel in the genial warmth of sum- Independence. Our American fore- apart from Its religious aspect, Is a day of James H. Pearce, James Con- and month of Joy and hope. It Is the fnolly, Thomas MacDonough period of the year when nature Thomas J. Clark by the English or Tho month of May, even The cold blooded murders Wednes- Madras Shirts 4f Af. pl.UU Silk Shirts djo p.V3 Silk and Crepe Shirts 4i fr? P. VJ sim- Silk Scarfs 65c - Union Suits 95c .I...II uuii-nu'ii- ii'i l "' iwi'MiQli1 OUR GOOD W MEXICO CAN'T UNDERSTAND COMING EVENTS. May 7 WILL. All of these offerings are entirely new and the prices are the lowest on which ilar qualities have sold in many months. fathers rebelled against unjust English rule and taxation and their fate would have been the same in the event of English victor' as that of tho above Irish patriots, who at least were entitled to the treatment accorded prisoners of war. It Is Just another chapter in John Bull's long and bloody history and another chapter In Ireland's sad history, where they have suffered and died for "the uearlng of the green." pro-Engli- sh many of their friends witnessed tho ceremony. Euchre and lotto given by nnnounces Mrs. Phil McGovern St. Philip Neri's church. May 8 Euchre and lotto in St. the marriage of her daughter, Miss Mary Agnes Patrick's new school hall, afternoon W. Head, ofMcGovern, to James Indianapolis, which and evening. place Monday took at St. May 12 Entertainment in school George's church. They will make hall, afternoon and evening, for their home at Indianapolis. benefit of St. Ann's church. Miss Rosclla M. Klrchdorfer and 7 May Mackln Council's muFrederick M. Schmitt, popular young sical concert, "Tin Soldiers," people In New Albany, were united Theater. of matrimony 7 May festival, euchre, In the holy bonds May supper for St. Francis Wednesday morning at Holy Trinity lotto and Assist church, and church. Very' Rev. Charles P. papers worked Carter avenue,Bardstown road and Curran performed the ceremony and Tho afternoon was celebrant of the nuptial mass. overtime In ithelr efforts to minimize night. Many of their friends were present May 18 Shakespearean festival and tendered congratulations. surrender of John Bull's army the by pupils of Holy Rosary Academy of 10,000 men. In Bertrand Hall, afternoon and ENTERTAIN.MENT FOR ALL. 15-1Mac-auley- We have generous quantities for these three days, but no more, and we cannot see any possibility of being able to approach such extraordinary values as we have succeeded in sceuring for this sale through the long, careful planning which brings these opportunities about. 's 16-1- BLUE SERGES SUITS $14.75 CRASHES pinch-bac- k form-fittin- g WORSTEDS Many of the very fashionable and suits are included in this offering. There are conservative models, also, so that all men may choose. The congregation of St. Ann's church Willi entertain In tho school hall next Friday afternoon and evening and tho committee in charge have arranged to entertain both young and old. Tho hall is located rt Seventh and Davles avenue and Sixth street cars run to that point Thero will bo Interesting games called at 2:30 and 8 o'clock. DENNY R. GOODE. There are the full lined, the half lined and the quarter lined, some having silk sleeves and yoke. All Sizes For Men and Young Men. C K. OF A. Welcome For tho Supreme Council Here Xext f- Denny B. Goode has been elected Secretary and Managing Director of the Louisville Convention and Publicity League, with which ho has "Warm been associated, for a number of years. Mr. Goode Is thoroughly familiar with the duties of the office and will satisfactorily fill the place of Robert W. Brown. -' I Fontaine Ferry ParK Rnue' OPENS SUNDAY, MAY 16. Week. Confirmation Suits Now is the time and Levy's is the place because of tho lmponantrrpart some the bench "that her .idn't beljeve there wcreany rd' iadles.any,inor?,'' of tho Lexington women took in the trying of an immoral case In his court. Indignation meetings have been held by the Suffragettes and they are trying to persuado their husbands and male political friends to intercede with Gov. Stanley to Right have Judge Riley removed. here It can be said that there are year. many who agree, partly anyway, with Judge Riley's remarks, and RECENT DEATHS. they point to the fact that there Is liardly a sensational divorce trial Death claimed two members of St. Peters church the past week, or immoral case before our courts George B. Meirlman, brother of throughout the country that tho disMrs. Delia Stuck, 1537 West Oak, patches do not report that "the maand Henry Prcssler, who resided at Following the 1814 Osage street. jority of spectators were women" funeral mass they were laid to rest besieged tho court or that women in St. Louis cemetery. rooms to get a "view of some murLouis T. Whitman, for twenty-seve- n derer of the Harry1 Thaw or Dr. years a member of the police typo and in many Instances Walte force, died on Monday at his home, The annual May festival of St. Michael J. Brbnnan, of West 1927 West Walnut street, tho result send flowers to the cells of the prisFrancis of Asslssl church will be Chestnut street, has been adjourning of Injuries sustained while on duty oner. given on the church grounds Bards-tow- n at French Lick Springs this week. Surviving him aro his in 1907. and Carter avenue, Tuesday wife, Mrs. Jennie Whitman, and a REACHING WELL DISPOSED. and Wednesday, May 16 and 17. On Kennedy visited in brother, Fred Whitman. Miss Hannah Ho was Tuesday afternoon and evening there Frankfort last week, the guest of a devout member of St. Patricks' We must not let tho persecution will be lotto games at 3 and 8 Mrs. Daniel Callahan and daughter. church, from where tho funeral took placo Wednesday morning. of us planned by the "patriotic1" o'clock, and on Wednesday there will same hours. SupRaffo societies embitter us toward our be euchre at the on both days from was here Pottlnger .of New Haven, week-en- d per will be served visit with for a beloved Mrs. Margaret French, Protestant neighbors. Tho vast ma- 5 to 8 o'clock. There wll bo many his grandmother, Mis. Ruth wife of Horace French, was called jority of them are sincere, kindly amusement features In connection Into eternal rest Tuesday night at street, If they knew with the May festival and the public and well disposed. her home, 1121 Dumesnll Mrs. Thomas Hayes Is homo from leaving many friends who mourn us better, if wo sought their friend- is Invited to attend. a week-en- d visit to her brother, her death. She was twenty-on- e ship, it we laid tho facts of our reMlko Hayes, and family at Vine years old and besides her husband TO DECORATE GRAVES. ligious belief before them, tho "paGrove. leaves an infant child. The funeral An effort is being made to secure triots" would not find in them allies took place Thursday morning from n war Miss St. Louis Bortrand'e church. a list of the Mrs. Michael Collins and and tools. Let us love them, sug veterans who are buried in St. Louis Mary Collins have returned from a gests tho Catholic Columbian, let us cemetery, and relatives aio request visit to T. H. Tobln and family Funeral services for Samuel Hart, do them all ithe good In our power ed to notify Martin Wachtel, 1345 at Bowling Green. an aged and hlghlv esteemed memstreet, who has South Preston ber of St. Elizabeths' church, wore for Christ's sake, and let us endeavor charge of tho arrangements for DecMiss Katherlno Malone hns re to have them know the Catholic oration day, when tho graves of turned from Baltimore, where she held Monday morning. For many years he was engaged In the grochurch as we know it, the very Ark war veterans will be decorated. Mr. Bpent several weeks as the guest of cery business, from which ho retired Wachtel states that several of those Miss Elizabeth Gans. of God. somo time ago. Mr. Hart was sevengraves are unmarked, and if given ty-five years of age and resided copy of discharge papers and exact MIksps Otlllln and Mavmo Hub- - at 1519 South Shelby street. SurDOCTOR OF CHURCH. location .of grave will take up mat- buch are homo from Stlthton, where viving him are a son, flvo daugh ter with United States Government, they the ters and eleven grandchildren. and The question, "What Is mont by a which furnishes markers for the Aubrey-Vottl- visited wedding. attended e 'Doctor of tho Church?' " is often graves of those who served in tho Miss Mary A. Nobbo passed away Miss Jean Bullelt has returned- to Monday morning at her home, 551 asked. Doctor of the Church Is a above war. Sacred Heart Academy, after a visit South Jackson street, following an title granted to certain ecclesiastical ORPHAN PICNIC. to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. illness with which she was stricken writers on account of tho benefit ago. two months She was well Corydon, Ind. Monday night the Knights of Bullelt, at their writings have conferred on the known and highly esteemed In tho Columbus hall was well filled with William C. Vottlo and bride, who Eastern section of the city. Her church. Three conditions are re- friends of St. Vincent and St. was Milss Lottie Aubrey, of Stithton, funeral' was held Wednesday morn quired for a Doctor of the Church Thomas Orphan Asylums, who were their honeymoon ing from St. Boniface church, where return great holiness, great learning, and assembled for a preliminary meeting will May 15 from mako their homo p'io was a regular communicant. trip and She leaves two brothers, Edward the declaration xf the church. On and organization for the annual In this city. July reunion and picnic and Fred Nobbe, and three sisters. the. feast of doctors there Is a certain Fourth of Orphan Society. and of the Catholic Col. Thomas Shea has returned Misses Clara and Frances Nobbe Chispecial mass at which tho Credo is Enthusiasm prevailed and A. J. Chap-oes'stT Clausanna, a nun In a from Indianapolis, where he visited cago convent. always said, and certain parts of the was elected General Chairman; his nephew, Judge Thomas Shea, reSecretary, and cently appointed Ambassador to office or breviaTy aro also proper. John P. Cassllly, John J. McMahon, for many years In Alderman B. J. Campbell, Jr., Treas- Chile, who sailed Saturday from New following saints, twenty-thre- e The with the Bannon Sewer Pipe Comurer, After several Informal talks York. number, aro Doctors of the Church: tho meeting adjourned to Monday pany, died Sunday evening at his 820 South F'ffPonth nfrP"t St. Gregory, St. Ambrose, St. Augus- night. May 15. when, tire various Miss Alma Kanev, daughter of "10 suffered long IllSt. Jerome, St. Chrysostom, St. committees will be announced and Dj-- nnd Mrs. J. M. Keaney. of South The deceased had the end was not tine, ness, and though earnest work begun. St. Basil, St, Gregory Nazianzen, Shelby street, ha returned to her unexpected tho sad new "n.H studies at St. Catherine's Academy. foellngs of deep so row among his Athanaius, St. Thomas Acquina, St. WHERE JEW LEADS. Springfield, having been home on a friends throughout the city, who Itonaventure, St. Anselm St. Isidore, hold him in high esteem. Besides visit to her parents. St. Peter Chrysologus, St. Lep, St. New York i the largest Jewish his wife, Mrs. Mary McMahon. he Is survived bv five sons and three Peter Damian, St. Bernard, St. city in the world. It is the lirge?t A(1 daughters. Irish The funeral was held Hilary, St, .Alphonsua Ugouri, St, Yl . city, there being G74.721TfJtof anrl tlanm. nlirfattan WflBlBnlnmnl 1.1A,I 4110..A AMWI UIUUU ilim. lilD. mi..X..A O..A ,4.w. - Tuesday mornirfe at HelW- - Trlnitv , Wednesday morning from Sacred "Francis de Salee, St. Cyril of Alexa- 333 uermans, auo.izz .autiiriKus iuu church, New Albanv. Both bride Heart church. Rev. Father Patrick and groom are well known, and Walsh celebrating: the requiem mass. ndra St. Cyril of Jerusalem, St. John 715,477 RUMtans. Ma-hone- y. ing this week arrangements were perfected for the conferring of tho degrees, which ' will bo conducted with much impressiveness and will Miss Annie Bannon is home from be followed by a reunion, In which a four months' stay in Florida. it is hoped all members will take part. It hiifl also been decided to Mrs. Fred Harlg left Wednesday have this year's annual outing at to attend the May music festival in Fern Grove, the boats having al- Cincinnati. ready been chartered. Miss Lucille Hackett has been OLDEST SISTER PASSES. the guest of Mrs. John Shanley in Sister Mary of the Seven Dolors, Indianapolis. years born in Ireland seventy-seve- n Col. Tom Newman, of Frankfort, ago, died early Wednesday morning was guest of Convent, pr. hero Tuesday as tho at the Good Shepherd John T. Chawk. Twenty-thir- d Sister and Bank. Mary was the oldest Sister in tho Mrs. Ella convent, where she had labored for P. Judge R. W. Slack and were visitOwensboro, Slack, the poor and unfortunate for thirty-nin- e ors hero of past weel tho years. Before taking the veil was Miss Mary Loddy and came she MonMrs. Carl Bregkel here from Brooklyn. Her funeral day from Bloomfleld, returned where she vistook place Thursday afternoon, the ited Mrs. J. C. Batcheldor. Interment being In the convent cemetery. Misses Catherine Tobln and Anne Walcutt, of Frankfort, have been MAY FESTIVAL. visiting Miss Mary Mason. SOGIETY. Convention Will Start With Mass GUEST OF HONOR. Most Rev. John Bonzano, D. D., at the Cathedral Tuesday Archbishop of MUltene and the Morning. Apostolic Delegate to tho United States, will be tho guest of honor at the annual convention of tho Supreme Council of the Knights of Columbus in Davenport, Iowa, on Au- Knights of Columbus Also Hold gust 1, 2 and 3. His Excellency, Their Stato Meetings in Archbishop Bonzano, has just sent This City. his acceptance of the invitation extended by Right Rov. James Davis, Bishop of Davenport, and Loras Council, under whose auspices the International convention of the Knights BANQUET AT TYLER THE HOTEL of Columbus is brought to Iowa this During the past week final ar rangements were completed for the. triennial convention of the Supreme Council of tho Catholic Knights of Amorlca and tho Stato Council of which the Knights of Columbus, will bring to Louisville one of the largest and most Influential Catholic gatherings ever held In Kentucky. Not a detail has been overlooked, and when the delegates and visitors rotum home they will carry with them only pleasant memories of Louisville and Its hospitality. Headquarters have been established at the Tyler Hotel and delegates and visitors are already arriving. These conventions aro important and thero is widespread Interest dn their deliberations. Tho ceremonies will start with solomn high mass at the Cathedral at 9 o'clock, when a selected choir will render a special musical programme under the direction of Prof. Chase. Rev. Father P. M, J. Rock, ono of tho pioneer members of the order, will be the celebrant of the mass, and the Right Rov. Denis of Louisville, O'Donaghue, Bishop will preach the sermon. All members of the order are Invited to assemble at tho Tyler Hotel at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning to escort the Supreme Council to the Cathedral, where they will be Joined by the Tho proKnights of Columbus. gramme as outlined In our last Issue will be fully carried out and la as follows: to get them The "Confirmation Suit" is a specialty in this store we have studied for fifty-fiv- e years how to give you the best and most for vour money. They are beautifully made of the best fabricsobtainable pleasingly styled and carefully tailored; with Knickerbocker knee pants or long pants. They are positively the best that can be made at their respective prices. $4.00 and upwards. Catering again to those in search of diversion and offering unlimited amusement to tho likes of the most exacting i u HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE Finest Daaoe Pavilion in tho South Dally Free Band Concerts, Direction Slg. Natlello. (Popular Riding Devices and Other Features. Admission to Park After O p. in, 10 cents. Children under DP.beforeo 10 cents. Children accompanied by parents, free at all times. IMPORTANT NOTICE With every admission ticket sold, a coupon attached will entitle holder to either admission in danco pavilion or to general admission in theater. This coupon can also be exchanged as ten cents on any reserved theater ticket. i I PAYS TO BUY From a Reliable House. We have the nicest lino of First Communion Goods in tho city. Our Rolled Gold Rosaries are tho highest quality and we have priced thorn very low. Wo handle tho very highest grade of goods. Our patrons LEVY'Sl Rogers Church Third and Market. are never disappointed. St. Rita Novcna Hooks 5c Now Life of the Llttlo Flower, by Leahy 5c Goods Co. AVE. 129 S. FOURTH HERRMANN IMPORTERS BROS. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Distillers and Wholesale Dealers In Finest Barnds of Kentucky Whiskies, especially. Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. Titotxina 1943. Spanish-America- 234 S SIXTH STREET - ll . J Beginning with the arrival of the delegates there will be something doing in tho way of Kentucky hospitality all tho time. Through the courtesy of the Knights of Columbus tho delegates and visitors will night at tho be guests Monday smoker in honor of the State Council, which convenes Tuesday. For Tuesday tho programmo will be very interesting. The Uniform Rank and members of the local branches will assemble at the Tyler Hotel at 8:30 and act as escort to the Supremo body in tho procession that will march to the Cathedral. The opening session will of courso be rather brief, and at 2 o'clock In the afternoon the delegates will be taken for an automobile rido around Louisville and a visit to various points of interest. As thero will be no night session the visitors and their ladles will bo guests at the re the ception and dance tendered by the Louisville Stato Council Knights of Columbus at their home on Fourth avenue. Wednesday morning and afternoon will bo given over to business sessions, but in the evening there oalaville, 113 W. will be a theater party at Keith's, Conducttd by the Xaverlan Brothers. followed by a buffet .luncheon and Solentlflo and Bualaaaa Jersey , cloth seems the most Classical,Preparatory Department, Larc social gathering at the Tyler Hotel. Course, this the delegates will assemble favored material for general outdoor Swlmmlsr Pool. Well Bqulpped Qyawa- -. For lua. Terma Moderate. Bre, Jaieea, DIr. In the lobby of the Tyler at 7:45, wear. 2 MULLOY'S COFFEE when thoy will form in procession and march to the theater. Is the best coffee value offered. Thursday will bo a very busy day If you want a delicious, inexpenfor the Supreme Council, as two sive coffee, long business sessions will bo held. At 7 o'clock in tho evening there TRY OU- Rwill be a banquet in the Italian Garden of tho Tyler, when a carefully prepared menu will bo 2 1.2 Lbs. served, after which thero will bo a number of toasts and responses by Special rebate ticket good for ablo speakers. This will conclude 10c in trade with 2 lbs. of the social features, which reflect New Blend. credit on tho members of tho Executive Committee. There will be ono JOHN M. MULLOY, more meeting at St. John's Hall, on Sunday afternoon, to which all 212 West Market. Knights and lady members are especially invited. The Knights of Columbus will be in session for two days, and the State Council will have present representatives from all parts of Kentucky. Sunday afternoon- and last night Funeral Directors meetings of tho Executive Committee, with Gen, Michael Rolchert preEmbalmers. siding, heard tho final reports, every committee having completed its work. Those who desire tickets for 510 JPJESHK the banquet at 'the Tyler Hotel on TleB3a 1612. Thursday night should mako their reservations with Henry uosquet SlT roar taoy an tdncatlon that will This not later than Wednesday. prcpara thna tor Ufa. will be an elaborate affair and a fitting close to tho Supreme Council. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE r. Frank A. Geher will be the Xy. Broadway, NEW BLEND 65c H.BOSSESON and - AVENCB toast-maste- 0, JBZ&XWTJCTSrxr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS ilADE IN LOUISVIULiE BY AMERICAN ELEVATOR & IRISH AMBRIOAK- single tax propaganda. That fact has been stated before on several occasions. It must needs receive constant attention. It can not be restated too frequently. Sane tax reform is a crying need of the present day. C. B. of C. V. EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. In educational circles much' interest centers about this year's meeting of the Catholic Educational Association, which will be held in Baltimore, Juno This will be the. thirteenth annual convention and, as the' programme indicates. will be the center of important discussions and deliberations. His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons has taken a cordial interest in the local ar rangements, which are now about perfected, and all delegates may rest assured that their welcome In Baltimore will partake of the real spirit of true Southern hospitality. The convention proper will open on Tuesday morning, but the delegates who nrrlve on Monday will be tendered a reception at Calvert Hall on Monday evening. The' association extends an invitation to all Catholic educators, to pastors, teachers and to all who have the interests of Catholic education at heart, to be present at this convention, and to help by their presence to promote the work of the association, which is of such vital Importance to the church in this country. 26-2- 9. i it tiHIHitj iHCO0PDAreo HERMAN STRAUS POUBTM AVCNUB SONS MARKcT STREET J IB '!, CO. rv BaBWBSiCTBBBBHBBiHIiBiiBBBIiiiBI THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATES) Distillers Of OLD PORTUNA "BOLLENBACH" C2S W. Main St. SOUR MASH MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS BCHLICH ENGRAVING COMl'AMX ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky 80S W. 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Photo shows de Lloyd Thompson's illuminated aeroplane from which ho Would you not like to give someThe dropped firework bombs when flying over Washington at night. 810 YORK STREET thing to a little mission chapel, so Washington Obelisk Is shown In the foreground. Insert, photo of that in years, to come you could Phono South 1753 Louisville, Ky. look back and say: "Well, I have given back to God a little at least of what He has given to me." Here THOS. J. BRODERI0K is your chance. Twpntv-fnu- r dol SOCIETY DIRECTORY. lars will' purchase a monstrance that PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE any nttie mission would be proud to own, and at tho same time enHome Phone City 4392-- J able them to have benediction of A, 0. H. the Blessed Sacrament. Prnm nil 1000 Zano Street the Some Reform Certainly n Cry- - over everycountry and practically DIVISION 1. from State in tho South and iiifr Need of the Present Meets Fourth Thursday, Lledorkranz PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Southwest have come appeals to us Incorporated. to aid in securinc this npr.PKsnrv Hall, Sixth and Walnut. Day. was organized by citizens sacred vessel. Vou may be the President Mark Ryan. to make means of making some zealous Vice President W. L. Cushlng. LOANS prlost and his struggling congregaRecording Secretary Daniel Mcon furniture and other personal proption Would you not like An Utterance That "Will Com- try? happy. your donation to to Carthy. erty at Send the LOWEST BATES. Secretary Edward Financial Catholic Church Extension Society, mend Itself to All 4riioiirht-- f Coleman Bid?., Clancy. McCormlck" building, Chicago, and S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. ul Men. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. they will gladly inform you to what Both Phones, 2886. Sergeant-at-Arm- s English. James mission your gift will be sent. Tim Lyons. Sentinel X Splendid showing of Girls' Dresses; made of fine quality materials, ginghams, corded pique and repps; beautiful styles; jacket and jumper effects. Some have dainty white guimpes; solid colors, white-anpretty plaids; sizes G to 14 years; special priced for Monday from $1.98 to $4.50 d X ' TAXATION ' 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 6 to 18 years. Special Mon- Gii-sl- Children's 17c Drawers 10c. Children's Drawers; made of good quality h muslin and cluster of tucks; sizes 2 to 12 years; value 17c Special Monsoft-finis- X , well-know- n 39c. Monday special Girls' 50c Gowns 30c. Children's 30c Gowns 25c. Girls' Cambric Gowns; neat Gowns; tucked yoke; Children's Cambric finished with tucked yoke; full length and ruflle; full width and length; width; sizes 2 to 10 years; value sizes 8 to 14 years; value 50c. 25c Special Monday 30c uay u uc to day $i.ou 10c ! Colored Dress Materials For Easter! X X SEE F00LEY RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY Crepe Tussah Cloth range of colors; Black nnd specially priced for Sl.lO sizes 41-In54-inc- h All-wo- ol In a beautiful 12-in- White ol Imported Checks All $1.50 MONEY CONFIDENTIAL Building 1, Courier-Journ- al 115 Fourth Street DIVISION 3. First and Third Monday at Hiber nian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President Lawrence J. Mackey. Vice President John J. Riley. Thel)efects of the Existing System are Now Generally Itceognizcd. IRELAND'S POPULATION. X Hesslon, Jr. LESSON COMES FROM OREGON FINE Recording Secretary ' Matthew ICE CREAM AND SHERBETS O'Brien. 75c Per Gallon Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. JOS. DALY Special prices to Churches, Festivals Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. The current issue of tho Political and all large orders Sentinel Thomas Noon. Science Quarterly contains an arCONTRACTING PAINTER WATHEN ticle of more than passing interest. DIVISION 4. City 707C "The Single Tax Movement in Or 420 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. 430 S. Eighth St. Meets Secondhand Fourth Mondays, egon," it is called, and it is written by James H.. Gilbert, of the Uni Bortrand Hall, Sixth Street. versity of that State. Tho numerous i President John H. Hennessy. and persistent efforts at single tax -nry Vice President Thomas Lynch. ry mm ww r Z t legislation which have been in Financial Secretary Thomas J. old "Astoria" since 1908 madeone in Langan. way or there, Recording Secretary James J. and the another are detailedfor and various arguments McTlghe. against the proposition which' have Treasurer Pat Connelly. AL. S. SMITH, PROP. been advanced from time to timo M. J. McDermott. Sentinel the debate are set Sergeant-at-Arm- s Byrne. In the courso of the continuous agiEdward forth. Beneath tation on tho tax question thus Y. M. I. brought to view an ancient, hoary principle is revealed. It is a principle frequently reiterated in theory MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. 810. BOTH PHONES Evenings at Club but woefully forgotten in practice Meets Monday that In nil erroneous doctrines House, 344 North Twenty-sixtwhich attract the minds of men a ii President S. O. Hubbuch. truth is contained which M. F. half basis for their acceptance. gives First Vice President the Mr. Ki Schaad. Gilbert's article and his conclusion Second Vice President R. L. in particular strikingly illustrate Scheckler. this fact. In summing up the les Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. sons which the experiences of G. Oregon have taught he states some Recording Secretary W. HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y Buckle. conclusions which will hear repetiTreasurer G. J. Thornton. tion. Marshal Theo. Buckle. "Despite the fact," ho says, "that Inside Sentinel James Radigan. single tax propaganda has not been productive of tangible results or Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. even Increased support for specific measures, It must not be Inferred AGED WOMAN DEAD. that no benefits have sprung from campaign of education. Tho in Mrs. Rose Mannix, seventy years a old and widely known in Nelson dictment of the general property tax has county, died at her home near and exposed its weakness in theory Many Bardstown of cancer. Surviving her .criticsItsof defects in practice. who in single tax policy, 'MMMUMUUMVHMMMiMUUiUHMHVlMUUUMMUUMtW are three daughters, Mrs. James Beam and Miss Katie Mannix, of early campaigns were inclined to uphold principle of the 'uniform Bardstown, and Mrs. Spencer Hum ttaxatIon'thoof all property, phrey, of Cox's Creek, and one frankly confess that it can notnow be Daniel Thompson, of done with any degree of fairness and brother, Springfield. Her funeral was held justice. Defects of the existing sys- church at BardstX, 1 1 from St. Joseph's many friends and jtem are now generally recognized ? IS town, attended by ana even the most conservative are acquaintances. beginning to see that the only way 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, to forestall considerable concessions GRACIOUS TRIBUTE. to single tax policy in tho future is to promote tho cause of rational tax The editors and publishers of reform. Single tax discussion throughout Catholic papers the likewise made clear tho nature has of United States, members of tho Cath- unearned increment on city lots and olic Press Association, will meet in ,the theoretical justice of taxing convention In New York City on urban site value at a Jilghcr rate August The sessions will bo than property that Is more dls- X Climb. Main 299S.a Homo City 290S held in the beautiful home of tho tinctly the product of labor. At tho -HM"MM W H.M 'M4" M"MM"HM44444 Catholic Club of New York. The same time critics of single tax polaction of this famous organization icy have emphasized the injustice in offering their magnificent club i of taxing away tho entire value of THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT house to tho Catholic editors and land bought nnd paid for by hard publishers is a gracious tribute to earned savings of present owners, LADIES: THIS IS PANAMA AND the Catholic press by the body of 'and exposed the folly of placing all LEGHORN SEASON. laymen whom Cardinal Farley has taxe3 on land while disregarding inalways called his right hand. comes from other sources. The practical outcome may bo the adop Look up your old hats and bring them NOTRE DAME WINS AGAIN. tion, at no distant date, of some shop that makes a specialto a policy resembling tho German inof ladies' hats only. ty Notre Dame University's debating crement tax, which concedes someteams won four debates last week. thing to single tax philosophy while We clean dye and reshape any old hat On Tuesday Notre Dame engaged in avoiding its fiscal and ethical deshape at a small into a new n double debate with St. Viator's fects. Some single tax leaders in College, winning both, one of which tho .State have already made clear cost. was held at home, the other at St. their willingness to endorse the 35 Styles to Select From. Viator's, Kankakee, 111. Two more principle of the Increment tax and All the Ute tad sew Styles ndSnpi victories were achieved by Notre recommend its use as a supple Forty years in business is our guarantee. can be found or at reasonable prlc. Dame when its teams competed with mentary Bource of State and local Drake University of Des Moines, revenue." , OSTRICH FEATHERS CLEANED Iowa, on Friday night. The subject Certainly this utterance will AND CURLED. debated ,by the Notre Dame teams itself to all thoughtful men. this year was, "Resolved, that the That singlo tax agitation has arisen Federal Government should give fi- ill iusiiuiiBU in u real uceu lur ru- Falls City Straw Works nancial aid to the upbuilding of an form In our methods of taxation a cursory examination will clearly American merchant marine." 713 West Jefferson Street show. The proposed unearned inNorth Side NAVY YARD MASS. crement tax will Indeed greatly aid In the solution of our present diffi4 4. His Eminence Cardinal O'Connell culties. It is not predicated on the , .nBkteSanrSHHfa will preside at the memorial mass to fdlse and orroneous ideas inherent be .celebrated in tho aCharlestown in the doctrine of single tax. It navy yard on Sunday," May 21. will not of course prove a panacea, Right Rev. Msgr. Peterson, rector and must necessarily be supplementof St. John Seminary, will be the ed by other measures of land recelebrant and Very Rev. Charles form. Tho German tax on unearned W. Lyons, S. J., rector of Boston increment, to which reference is College, will preach the sermon. made, has been but one .of a series There will be a large attendance of of taxation and general land measI Investigate Our New Free military and naval organizations, ures in force in that empire. Those Delivery Service". both, active and veteran, and all of who believe in the efficacy and demany the officers and sirability of the EBB OUR ADS IN. THB TIMBW, Fifth Sis; as possible from.asthe navyof.yard men and practices conservativeit principles can hot, is plain, and HERALD AND POST. the warships in port at the time. rest content with mere criticisms of Financial Secretary John J. l999999999999iy)99W)9, r? vtt kf trrwi UKA1N Funeral W. SMI lira fcUlY! Director and Embalmeri 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET VWMWWVWWWVWVWWVVVVVV h. The first official census of Ireland, token In 1821. showed a nnnnlntlnn of 6,800,000. The census in 1841 showed 8,190,000. Beginning in 1851 the census was taken of the different provinces, as follows: 1,682,000; Munster, 1,860,000; Ulster, 2,014,000; Connaught, 1,012,000." In 1861 Lelnster, 1,457,-00Munstor, 1, 513, 000; Ulster, 1,914,000; Connaught, 913,000. In 1871 Lelnster, 1,339,000; Munster, 1,393,000; Ulster, 1,833,000; Connaught, 846,000. In 1881 Lelnster, 1.279,000; Munster, 1,331,000; Ulster, 1,743,000; Connaught. 822,000. In 1891 Lelnster, 1,192,-00Munster, 1,174,000; Ulster, 1,162,000; Connaught! 719,000; In 1901 Lelnster, 1,153,000; Munster, 1,076,000; Ulster, 1,583,000; Connaught, 647,000. In 1911 Lelnster, 1,161,000; Munster, 1,035,000; Ulster, 1,582,000; Connaught, 611,000. Thus it will be seen that under England's oppressive rule Ireland has lost steadily in population. From 1851 to 1911, a space of sixty years, Lelnster lost 520,000; Munster, 825,000; Ulster, 422,000, and Connaught, 501,000. A loss of 2,268,000 for tho whole of Ireland. Leln-ster, 0; 4itftttt Tailor Suiting Plaids, stripes and checks; also spring dresses. Fifteen good col- - suitablo for sport coats. Special ors in this lot. Only 75c for $1.50 and $1.75 X All-wool Crcpe Just tho right weight for Foulard 54-lnc- h All-wo- t Hi 0; FRANK FEHR BREWING CO UiOSKtPORATED JLV- - ADVOCATES OF MONUMENT. Gen. R. B. Brown, of Zanesvllle, Ohio, wrote recently to United States Senator Pomerene, to endorse a request to erect .at Arlington a monument In honor of the "Sisters of the Battlefield." "There Is only written in heaven a true story of theholy devotion of the Various SlsterhnndR nf thn irronf Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE, KY. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. Madura &22 East street. I I nniir uedtv VUU11MV 11 & mjtiiimt! If IMjLiLiIU I I Catholic church and other religious societies to the sick and wounded SATISFIES THAT LONGING. soldiers of both the Union and Confederate nrnilpH ddrlnrr tlio onrlv months of the mighty struggle. I was a ooy in 1861-2- , sick unto INCORPORATED death at the Planters' Hotel in Louisville. Kv. Rut for tha iin. PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, ceasing zeal of a Sister of Charity me issues oi inai illness mignt have been different. If I owe my life JOHN EL FRANK T to human niinlstrntlntiK mvn it to that d Sister of Char ity whose name I never knew, and from whence nhn pnnin T nnlv learned during tho campaign of 1912 a Sister from Nazareth, OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. sweet-face- Ken-tucky- ." Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES. - NEW APOSTOLIC SCHOOL. The Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. WALTERS' I 18-1- 9. I I first-cla- ss I com-'me- GERMAN BANK Catholic Foreign Mission LOmSVTL.:LE3. KT. Seminary of America has secured a TELEPHONE 209 large tract of land, more than 120 acres, known as the Courtrlght A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef Farm, in Clark's Green, Pa., about nvo nines west of scranton. The property is finely situated, 1,200 reec aoove with an excellent view, and is quite convenient to railroad centers and trolley lines. It will be used by the seminary at Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager Maryknoll for Its first preparatory college and will bo known as the Apostolic School, being Venard Due to the great demand, we are now BOTTLING COMMON, named after the young French mar- and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. tyr, Blessed Theophane Venard. The school was begun In the city of PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Scranton In 1913, occupying a rented house not far from St. Thomas 'As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone' College, which the studentB attendDuring the past year it has ed. Our Special $3.00 Spray been located at Maryknoll, where teachers were provided for it. BeCut Flowers for all occasions. Oar Special $5.00 Wreath ginning with next September It will Special attention given The largest values in Funebe established as planned at Clark's ral Flowers ever offered In Green under its own Btaff of profes- orders. Louisville sors. NEUNER CO. NEW NANZ For prompt delivery rail 223 sea-lev- FALL CITY BEER FLORISTS out-of-to- h AWFUL WASTE. INCORPORATED.. both phones. foMl The waste product of pawnillls In 057 Fourth Ave.. Louisville. Ky. the United States, Including that fed to the furnaces as fuel, is estimated to be 36,000,000 cords per year, and equivalent of tho 2,880,000,000 cubic feet of solid wood substance. About half of it has no use whatever, but is usually burned to get rid of it. Chln-Chl- Jfro6 m vntumw fourth Mnwe tfiuuvttr tKffrot. ftsoy Hf 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere." and Market FOR WOMAN'S EYE. rufte continue modish. Chenille rugs are 'having a trem-dorun. There is a. trend toward high x hats. Long coats of taffeta silk or faille NORTOI are modish for day or evening wear. spring hats- than one can keep track N.W.J of. More old trimmings appear on the iidi n us - FRED ERHART ARCHITECT BUILDING rth and Jeffersi j. . jKraroarxjoKTsr MK-M-1"I"- M 1 ircisn I js a-s&j&t&xca- 1 'T 'i "I t t 1 H'l '!: I IBACONiSQNI .. NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLDB DO YOU KNOW THAT WE SHOW MORE 'KM ,tMtr-- m INCORPORATED mmimrrrmm Surety Coupons. r We Qlvc and Redeem SPRING Kentucky Derby May 13, Ik. Debutante Stakes May wiiMimii MEETING 15, Furnish Your Home From Our ? Thirteen Days' Racing Beginning Derby Day, Saturday May 13, and Ending on Kentucky Oaks Day, Saturday, May 27. FURNITURE DEPARTMENT FOUR-ROOM Clark Handicap May 20 Bashford Manor Stakes May 17. Frank Fehr Stakes May 24. SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY. I wwww Hi The Juvenile Stakes May 22. The Kentucky Oaks May 27. FIRST RACE RUN AT 2:30 P. Carpets and Rugs THAN YOU HAVE EVER IMAGINED? M. .hi ii OUTFIT $117 45 spring-supporte- KMTS OP WMM Is the number One Fumed Oak Library Table, one KOIt Tin--: IjIVINO HOOM d imitation Spanish Fumed Oak Rocker with leather seat; one Fumed Oak Chair with the samo kind or seat, and one large Fumed Oak Magazine Stand. One golden Oak Dresser, one Golden Oak FOH TllK HEIMtOOM' Steel Bed In white enamel or Vernls Chiffonier; one Full-siz- o al Sanitary Spring; one Cotton-to- p Martin finish; one Mattress and one pair of good Feather Pillows. l"OH THE DINING KOOM Ono Solid Oak Round Extension Table, chairs; one Golden golden finish; six Golden Oak "Dining-rooOak Buffet in an attractive dealgn. One Plain Kitchen Table with a smooth TIIK KITCHEN Gas Stove; two Plnin Golden Oak white poplar top; one All-metm Late News That Will Interest Members Here and 780 of various sizes and each a I different pattern. SS?- - - M& " v fB A jKKT i Kitchen Chairs. This outfit can bo purchased on tlio Household Club Plan nt tho Advertised price $1 17.45. Tlio first payment Is only $15.20, and tlio future pnyments at $10 a month. FOUR-ROOM OUTFIT $231.15 spring-supporte- ? FOR Tim IdVING ROOM One largo Imitation Mahogany Table, two highly polished Mahogany Rockers; one largo Imitation seat ot genuine leather. Mahogany Rocker with a One Handsome Dresser, one Attractive FOR TIIK KEDHOOM Chiffonier; ono Bed; all the pieces aro constructed of quarter-sawe- d golden oak and highly polished; also ono A No. 1 Coil Spring and one Genuine Layer Felt Mattress. Oak Buffet, ono FOR THE DINING ROO.U Ono Quarter-sawe- d Quarter-sawe- d Oak China Cabinet; Ono Round Quarter-sawe- d Oak Chairs with Oak Extension Table and six Quarter-sawe- d genuine leather seats; all of these dining room pieces have a soft rich fumed finish. FOR THE KITCHEN One Plain Table, size of top 26x42 inches, e Natural Gas Cooking Stove; with turned legs; one d one Solid Oak Kitchen Cabinet with golden finish; two hardwood Kitchen Chairs. Tlio cash cliargo on Household Club 1'lun price for tills outfit is $231.15. First payment $30.10 and tlio remainder payable at $18 a month. "Wo defy coinictltlon on this set of furnishings. d High-gradGolden-flnlshe- WF'i ' nil JMBM Blue Grass Council at Lexington initiated a largo class last Sunday. Last Sunday new councils woro In stituted at Beaver Dam and iPrairlo du Chlon, Wis. Their rapid growth has obliged tho Chippewa Falls Knights to seek larger quarters. Fifty-fou- r councils will bo represented at tho Wisconsin State con vention at Madison. Last Sunday the Knights of Bards- town received holy communion In a body at St. Joseph's church. Since March 1 nearly $20,000 has been collected for the permanent home of the order at New Haven, Conn. Dr. There Is No Wasting Ready Stocks are at your disposal. Why Not Look, See and Get Reliable Prices liubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff (INCORPORATED) 522-52- 4 West Market Street. INVENTOR OF NEW ELECTRIC LIGHT RAYS. E. G. Fisher, Chief of the Survey Instrument Bureau and his now dry cell electric signal light, capable of projecting Its rays 150 miles through smoke arid haze. The light is more powerful than acetylene lamps now In use. Where the Quick Meal Comes In jc nuurcD t. U1111J I J tettt4UIttH&4PjM.Mttltti " " " .' r:i: UK. T. AUTOMOBILE FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. Morlarty; attendant, Thelma Hicks; banner bearer, Charles Edelen; son of Corlolanus, Philip Cassllly. From "King John:" Elinor, Margaret Gott; Constance, Mary Lloyd What Thoy Have Been Doing Tracewell. the Past Week General Payment. Purchase Payment. ST. PHILIP NEIU'S. Purchase $2.00 $50.00 to $00.00 $5.00 $5.00 to $30.00 News Notes. Tomorrow morning at large class $3.00$00.00 to $75.00 $7.00 $30.00 to $40.00 ot children will receive their first $4.00$75.00 to $100 $8.00 $40.00 to $50.00 holy communion at St. Philip Nerl And greater amounts at the same rate. 4 will Division meet Monday church of which tho Rev. Oscar evening. --Mi4 Ackermann Is pastor. Tuesday (he 4t 1 1 i Tho national convention at Boston people of tho parish will entertain will last Ave days. with a euchre and lotto, party to With none on the sick list Division which they invito the public. 1 will again have a plethoric treasury. TWItfjCITY LEAGUE. President Mark Ryan Is enthusiasST. PAUTS. Is Where work is quickly tic over the support given his adminWhere the home Some close contests were staged brightest; done; In the Twin City League on Sunday, istration. at UPSTAIRS STORE. Sunday morning 425 W. Jefferson Street having a close call, tho 8 o'clock mass tho services Whero cooking seems Where the work were rendered Division 1 Is surely again on the the Champs lightest; real fun; .to its former proud position winning over their old rivals, tho Impressive when ninety children, road Olympics, by a five to four score. who had been carefully prepared by Whero tho meal Whero halting gives de- among the leaders. HARRY 8. DRIVER Mlddendorf's rejuvenated Mac-ki- n their pastor, the Rev. Father E. P. BOTH PHONES light; cooked best; Members of the order aro anxious Ben team beat HENRY A. J. PULS the East End birds, Donohoe, approached the altar and 2G35 Whero the range stands Whero drudge is out of to hear tho true particulars of the tho Orioles, with tho shut-oscore received the Blessed Sacrament from sight tho tost robelllon In Ireland. of six to nothing. Bertrands staged his hands. Again in the afternoon whero That's tho Cincinnati Hibernians made an ex- a comeback by winning over the ImThat's where the was another largo congrega"Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes cellent showing Sunday morning perials, thirteen to four, and tho there present, when tho Right Rev. tion in. in. when they received holy communion K. of C. pennant contenders had easy Bishop O'Donaghue administered the INCORPORATED. in a body. Since sailing with the Trinity club in a sacrament of confirmation. Sold, Installed and Highly Reoommeaded Quick Meal Gaa Ranges 1 were ten to one game. ot Division Members Louisville, Ky. Tomorrow the taking charge of St. Paul's Father 426 South Fifth St. pleased to have County President Champs meet Trinity, K. of C. plays Donahoe has succeeded in awaken 215 Connelly and Secretary O'Keefo at Olympics, Bertrands play Orioles and ing a spiritual interest that is being Our workmanship Is positively tho best in tho city, niul bnckcil W. MARKET ST their meeting. Mackin plays Imperials. Tho Im- felt throughout tho entlro parish. up by a houso of long standing and financially responsible. The charity reception of the La- proved form in several ot the teams Our service not equaled. dles' Auxiliary at Fort Wayne, Ind., over previous seasons has Managers ATTENDS FRIEND'S FUNERAL. was one of tho most delightful events Coleman, Haragan and Murphy sit Rev. Charles ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account ting up late at night, ns it Is In no- C. The R., formerly of J. A. Maddox, of the Easter season. Louisville but S. who has done splen ways a cinch that they will have now stationed in St. Louis, came Mrs. Arthur, with this safe, conservative, their usual threo cornered duel for to this city to attend the funeral did work for tho Ladies' Auxiliary Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more In Indiana, will not serve another first honors. Tho standing to date: of his old friend, Michael O'Sulll-vaat any time. We add absolute safety and 3 W. term as State President. L. Clubt Pet. which was held Monday mornper cent. No cost to you whatever. 3 1,000 ing from tho Cathedral. 0 Mrs. James O'Donnell, of Indian- K.of C Father The Best Straight Whisky On Earth 1 The same courteous attention given the 2 .667 Maddox Is widely known throughout apolis, has been endorsed by the Mackin 1 2 .667 the West as a successful missionary depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Marion County Board of the Ladles' Bertrands 1 2 .667 priest, and until recently his Champs Auxiliary for State President. Imperial 1 2 .333 were at Kansas City. Tues INCORPOnATSD The Literary Committee of Divis- Orioles 1 2 .333 day he left for Chicago, where he aro planning to have some ion 2 1 Solo Owairi Registered Diat. No. 33 .333 will conduct a mission lasting two Olympics Under the Big Clock Second and Market or Instructive feature Trinity .000 weeks. 3 0 State Government SnperviaioH. at tho second meeting every month. West Main Street. Main Office and Salesroom. 726-73- 0 The appearance at meetings of the FERRY PARK KEADY. FRANKKOKT. e members is truly gratifying WE'LL FIX THAT FAN FOR YOU ' Sunday marks the opening ot to the officers of Division 1 and gives A pretty and largely attended them tho encouragement they de Fontaine Ferry Park for the season. weddlnpr was witnessed Thursday i AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND EIGHT i ni-The resort is looking very pretty and morning nt the Church ot the Good serve. Better look over yoar fane MOW aad let na repair the H. J. BAHMOtf. LAWRENCE P. BANHON, JR., VEENEMAH. 4 I AH the divisions of Minneapolis with all of last season's attractions Shepherd in Frankrort, the contractohm which seed It BEFORE IT GETS REALLY HOT. PIH.( Mir. Viet tn. & Trtw. SiwaUry. will attend mass omorrow morning running, amusement galore should ing parties being Miss Mary Maldl gate Tho St. Brlgot's church, and after be found for all. again be- - charged and Charles Nlckles, both prominent at GO. in Capital City society circles. The receiving holy communion will be admission will INCOnPORATBD. persons entering the park after 6 Rev. Father J. O'Dwyer performed served breakfast by the women ot o'clock, but 333 WEST MAIN STREET Phone 135 it is Col. Bllgors' in- tho ceremony and officiated at the the parish. tention to give each person buying nuptial high mass. A host of friends Rev. Edmond J. Griffin, selected a ticket a coupon good lor eitner showered bride and groom with con- Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone If 13 Sewer aatf Calvert Pipe, for the chaplain corps ot the United admission to theater or dance pavil- gratulations as thoy left tho church. army, has been prominently ion. This really gives a patron a KaBBea's Patent Liddei Pipe fer Steam Ceadalti, States Identified with tho Ancient Order. rebate of the amount of his gate MOONLIGHT EXCURSION. Wall Cealatf, Draia Tile, Yitriga Briclf, He came to this country from Ire- ticket In either of these attractions. Fire Preefla,' Flae Liaiatf, Fire Brick This policy should meet with ap land In 190S. Stewart's Aild Society will give the Grate aad Boiler TUe, Groan Fire Clay, Ckiataer Taat. proval and greatly increase the park first moonlight excursion of tho seanewly resurfaced son on tho steamer Island Queen next A attendance. GREAT KENTUCKY DERBY. XXCORPOmJlTKD OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON floor in tho dance nail will add to Thursday evenlnp, the boat to leave the popularity of the pavilion. In the Fourth street wharf at 8:15 HOME PHONES CITY The Bpring meeting of tho LouisCUMB. MAIN 507. ville Jockey Club opens at Churchill the theater, commencing with the o'clock. A splendid dancing proWORKS 13th Mid Breck. aadMegKolla Ave., Bet. 9tfc aad lOtli. Downs on Saturday, May 13, and matinee, Allen's Original Cheyenne gramme is being arranged, consistare every Indication points to tho great Minstrels will headlining the initial ing of all tho latest dance hits for present "A Cowboy's bill I'VW I est of all race meetings ever held on Life and Twilight." Tho piece is those who lovo to trip tho light fan- SoM At all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, ezcetteatSttev historic course, and the attend- said at be an exceptional vehicle tastic toe. Tickets fifty cents and this to ance on Derby day, as well as other for exploiting the talent of a com- children under twelve years of age GRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. " great meet- pany headed by George F. Allen twenty-fiv- e big occasions during the cents. rec- himself. ing, Is sure to top all previous Two shows will be given K. OF O. IMTIATIOX. ords this year. Many now and ex- daily in the ; Slgnor theater. have been Ernesto Natlelo will direct the tensive (improvements The local council, Knights of mado in the great plant since last dally free band concerts in the season, and It Is safe to say that no park. Reserved theater tickets aro Columbus, will hold its spring initiarace track in tho ivorld can now on sale at T. P. Taylor's, 458 South tion on Sunday, May 21, the Initiation to begin at 10 o'clock, followed offer moro comforts and conveniences Fourth street. by a buffet luncheon for members tq Its patrons than the Down course. and candidates at 7 o'clock and a STBOHER VS. HU8SANE. As usual on Denby day tho center A smoker and addresses at 8. 7L3-7L- 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET field will he thrown open free to the Manager George Buechel, of the class of forty will receive tho public, so that all can witness the TtftNK-C- H., S. 21it. Heat, CI 2MB. off, no matter how First Regiment Athletic Association, great race1 ef t(tft MMi limited theirrun' roll Is on that May has arranged a match for next Friday bank COONKY WAS SPEAKKH. night at the Armory which will give afternoon. the wrestling fans a line on tho abilCooney, Director John PIjAY SHAJCESPEAnKAX ROLT3S. ity of the chanvplon, Joe Stecher. ot Prof, School M.of Journalism at the e is true that he has thrown It you can not convince Notre Dame University, delivered before, but Pupils of Holy Roaary Academy one of the principal addresses at the will participate in tho Shakespear- mapy of the latter'a followers hero, sixth annual meeting of the AmeriFEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. possible, can ean pageant at Central Park this and they are legion, that It is Association of Journalism afternoon, assuming the following and the result of the bout 'next Fri- Teachers at the University of Kan . FREE SERVICE. characters from "Cortolanun" and day evening will settle many a local sas last week. Prof. Cooney is a "King John:" Corlolaniw, BenjanMH argument. A It Is on the eve of native Kentucklan and for some Breen: mother of Coriolanui, Mar the Kentucky Derby a record break vasts nubllohed a. saner at Barda- sure to 09 on anna, town, later becoming head or a of Corlolanus, Ibk crowd garet Wagnw; wlf . Catholic College at Owensboro. Margaret Learner; Valrio, Marjorla Reserved seaUjare aow on sale. BJJST BROAD-WATMakes easy the furnishing of a house. The first payment on a bill of goods is 10 per cent, of the total amount, and this first payment la the same to all. There is an initiation fee of 3 per cent, to cover actual cost of operating the Household Club Plan. Following Is tho schedule of monthly payments that prevail: OUR HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN HIBERNIANS. 1 "M"K-!-M"l"H"M--- r-- li Stocker will represent Bardstown Council at the State convention here next week. Omaha Knights will take the parochial school children to the Momorlal day exercises at tho City PRESENTS AULYN KANSTON'S LATEST PLAY Auditorium. Grand Knight John B. Theisson and Edward Tracy, of Covington, will be .tlio delegates from Bishop Carrell Council. Forty-severeceived tho degrees Sunday at Decatur, Ind., and on May A Musical Conceit in Two Conceptions. 21 eighty candidates will be initiated at Fort Wayne. Initiations were held Sunday at Lincoln and Columbus, Neb. Emeri son, Hartington, Falls City and Momdry Greeley will havo classes soon. Tnesday Wedncsdny The event of last week's meeting of Omaha Council was the presonta Prices $1.00, 75c. 50c, 25c. Box ALL STAR CAST tion to tho Chaplain of a new Seats on sale at box office Thursbill as a token of esteem. Company of Fifty-Fiv- e People day, May II, 9 a. m. Sixty new members woro Initiated Sunday at Lexington. At tho ban HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN quet F. A. Harrison, of the Uni- DAN J. 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