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Kentucky Irish American: May 13, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916051301_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: May 13, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I iCT-OaUb- 3 PUT THAT IN YOUR EI Nomo 1 riPB AND SMOKE IClHCPIIIDttf TACTORY M OUW IT KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN NO. 20. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1916. Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. I VOLUME XXXVI. PRICE HVE. CENTS. resentation and encouraging continuance of the Uniform Rank. The convention on Wednesday sent a telegram to tho Papal Delegate, renewing assurances of filial loyalty to tho Holy Father. Greetings were received from Cardinal Farley, of Now York; Knights of Columbus of Issue Their Def 1 to Those In ConKentucky; Catholic Knights and trol of tho Republican Ladles of America and the Supreme Council, Catholic Benevolent Legion, iPnrty. In session in Brooklyn. Former Lieut. Gov. Edward J. MnDArmntf nrlflrnsflPfl thn rlplprrnfoa In the aftornoon and enmmnnrlpH the good work the order is doing. Must Take Roosevelt or Ills PerTho Rev. Father J. T. Knue, .of sonal Selection For Mooscrs McQuady, State Chaplain of the Support. Kentucky Knights of Columbus. also delivered an address. The social features were many and, greatly enjoyed, surpassing the expectations of everybody, and In- Renowned' Political Critic cluded luncheons, automobile races, Gov. Stanley and Stato theater parties and a grand banquet at tho Tyler Hotel on Thursday Leaders. night. Laws Charles F. Plch, of Chairman; Fred L. Menne, of Louisiana; Vincent H. Beckmann, HALDEMAN SHOULD WITHDRAW of Ohio; Louis J. Fournler, of Indiana; M. H. Kroeger, of Missouri ; W. N. Mulvlhlll, of New York; M. E. Shay, of Texas. National Chairman Perkins, ot Credentials John E. Burke, Virginia; John Immel, Montana; P. W. the Progressive party, came out in. a statement Wednesday which can Mulvlhlll, Mississippi. Roturns A. A. Halter, Arkansas; bo construed as tho ultimatum of Thomas McComeskey, Pennsylvania; tho Bull Moose party. Tho latter A. J. Klndrup, Kansas. Committee want, first of all, to see that RooseReports Daniel F. velt Is given tho Republican nomon Officers' Kelleher, Texas; Daniel Murphy, ination, but on account' of tho Florida; John A. Vlck, Arkansas; Rough Rider's weak showing in Capt. Joseph M. Weber, Illinois; several of the recent Presidential primaries they will be willing to Joseph Willy, Missouri. Mileage William Kehoe, Georgia; withdraw his name, but must glvo Peter Manlon, Kentucky; Theodore him the right to namo tho nominee. Mr. Perkins puts it in a more subtle Thumel, Maryland. way when he says the Republican Extension of Order Charles P. nominee must be acceptable to tho Knob-locGuy Conrad, California; principles, In Louisiana; Peter, J. Schneider, Progressive party and O. P. choice words Ohio; Michael Slemcr, Missiourl; J. other be the the G. of Roosevelt, must choice J. Veld, Alabama. who is the Progressive party, Resolutions Dr. J. A. Averdick, the nominee must bind himself and to Kentucky; tho Rev. Julius Hettwor, obey Roosevelt In everything and Vebraska; the Rev. A. Hlllebrand, have no opinions but the opinions Oregon; Thomas H. Loughlln, New of Roosevelt. In the event that tho York; A. Madlgan, District of Co- Republican leaders refuse to accept lumbia. this dictation the Bull Moose conBoyle, vention will name Johnson, of CaliFlnance Capt. Patrick Tennessee; Joseph T. Kleffer, Penn- fornia, as the standard-beare- r and sylvania; John J. Shanley, Rhode react the scenes of 1912 anything to beat the Republican party. island. In tho Republican convention tho Now Business Frank M. Gross, Iowa; Dr. N. A. Kremor, Indiana; Roosevelt delegates will, on tho first ballot and as many succeeding bal7homas J. Rowan, Rhode Island. lots as their idol will permit, cast Press Joseph Bornlng, Ohio. their votes for his nomination, but If they are in a hopeless minority FESTIVAL. SHAKESPEAREAN then It is the intention for RooseTVio nunlln jitwI fnrmnr nunilR of velt to offer the names of or Gen. Holy Rosary Academy will bo seen Hadley, of Missouri,compromise Leoncanas his at ard Wood On these he will stand in a Shakespearean tesuvai noptrjiiiH WnH next Wednesdav didates. Among pat and there Is no possible chance and ovenlng. afternoon support for Root, those talkng part are Agnes Cain, of securing his Burton, McCall or Hughes, Weeks, Lillian Pike, Louise Talbott, Cath- any of the foremost candidates. Tho erine Menne, Mary Tracewell, Ethel candidate in the Republican convenGreeley, Margaret uou, jviary Catherine tion must bo Roosevelt, Hadley or Evelyn Hennessy, and Pllhln 'RiiMi nnssillv. Marv Bruck- - Wood, you if neither of these aro will see chosen Rider hart, Thelma Knebelkamp, Mar and all of his forcesthe Rough to tho adjourn garet Hickey, Margaret Kearney, camp of the Bull Moosers and immeArilflrorl Mfilkim. Henrietta Collins. Thelma Hicks, Marjorle Moriarty, diately plan the nomination of a Johnson, of California, on Dorothy Edelen, Agnes Osborne, party ticket. Katherine Blandford, Lucy Mudd, third the proposed harmony plan Wendling, of WhenStanley Benjamin Breen, Charles the and local organizaCarey Mlllor, Halpln Thomas Barry, Phnlpn Hnhnrt. Watson. Laurence tions was announced the Kentucky Irish record as Laurence saying American went on tho selecMcDonogh, Paul Miller, that everyone of ueeuy Callahan, Joseph uugan, convention choices n tions for the Brown, Charles Edelen, David average .Tnmes TliianB. Jack Laffan and were satisfactory to tho with the exception The afternoon per- Democrat plan to select Gen. of the Glynn Mackln. proposed W. B. formance will begin at 2:30 and Haldcman as successor of National tho evening performance at 8:15. Committeeman Urey Woodson. It was contended in these columns that the greedy policy of tho Courier-Journand Times in local and State politics had not won many friends or supporters, while Urey Woodson had outlived his usefulness to tho party and been. sufficiently honored. This being the situation it would be better for all concerned for both to withdraw, or agree on a neutral choice. That " S this is tho popular view is shown in the following letter of "Savoyard," the Washington political critic, who addresses the following advice to Gov. Stanley, while at the same time stating that he Is not a friend or admirer of Woodson's: Don't do it, Owsley don't you force on the Kentucky Democracy W. B. Haldoman. The party has stood, and can stand, a heap of things; but it can not, and will not. Louisvlllo stand Bill Haldeman. tried him for boss with what disastrous consequences you know and which was being conducted at Orange Park. At the tlmo of Its passage it was understood that the law was unconstitutional, but It seems never to have been put to the test. However, to be on the safe side, the late Bishop Kenny took the matter Nuns A.ro Arrested ly Order of up with learned legal lights, to see If It would affect the Sisters In conGov. Pnrk Trammell, of tinuing the work which they had Florida. conducted for so many years, and was advised that the law was unconBut It has been restitutional. served for this late date, after a They "Wore Teaching Colored lapse of three years, and at a time when our people were praying for a Children in a Colored Parocessation of agitations which have chial School. so wrecked the peace, if not the happiness, of our people, to spring a sensation, and that, too, at the behest of six negroes. Southern State Made a Laughing It Is a shame that cries to very heaven. of the Stock to Rest SHAMEFUL m. $; I ' - " i BULL M00SERS JH 'i , X mmW m I '''"&& " mlW"7'& m " WBmP I JmMWmI M' hVM .hMbi xx ' I 1 & M 'r 1 r " "J??Lm1 life? ft I i3fiAsT3BKK. jf j i, ,, Art-vis- es Country. DISGRACED BEFORE THE NATION O'lHUEX STATE DEPUTY. The "Chivalrous South" has a stain on Its escutcheon, put there the by Gov. Park Trammell, of sovereign State of Florida, in his maltreatment of good, noble and holy women even of nuns whom every veteran of the Confederacy honors in his heart of hearts. "The State of Florida seems to have gone stark mad in its bigotry," says the Morning Star of New Orleans in denouncing the Governor's action. Greenwell, Urey B. HIgdon. Resolutions John T. Donovan, J. It celebrated Easter by ordering the A. Gehor, arrest of three Sisters of St. Jo- B. Tholssen, Frank M. Shively. Dr. city of St. J. W. Daugherty, V. seph In the ancient Finance J. William Klapheke, J. Augustine on Easter Monday. This is .the disgrace that today stamps E. Wise, R. G. Goodln, J. J. King, Adds Another Awful Chapter to Its Longi and Bloodthirsty History by Its WholeFlorida before the eyes of the na- Charles J. Rice. Audit R. J. Colbert, C. P. Clark, tion. Catholic Sisters were marched sale Murder of Patriotic Irishmen. as prisoners through the streets of Leo Wathen, W. T. Barker, M. J. city in the Kearney. the oldest Catholic United States, where the first mass The reports showed that Kenwas said, where the first priest tucky now has a membership of martyrs shed their blood for the nearly 5,000 divided into twenty-on- e Men Who Were Shot Without Fair Trial Compared to the Signers of American faith, whero the first church was councils, all in flourishing conerected, whero Christianity was first dition. As heretofore tho Knights Declaration of Independence. preached. And what was their will continue their work of sendcrime? They taught little colored ing priests to those sections of tho children to read and write and to State where the Catholics are scatknow God, in a colored parochial and are without pastors. Tuesschool. Yes, that is a crime in the tered afternoon the election of offi- "BRITIAN SAME OLD TYRANT" SAYS SURPREME JUSTICE DANIEL COLAHAN day State of Florida! and resulted as folThree years ago a law was cers was held Deputy, J. passed forbidding whites to teach lows: State Lexington; James Secretary, O'Brien, can orator who so often pleaded Actually, In this Sodom of ours, Day by day the English Governthe col6red' in colored schools. Tho George A. Burkley, Louisville; twenty-tw- o law forbids teaching no other word been found Henry Whalen, Bards-tow- ment adds another chapter to its the cause of Ireland, delivered a ready to diemen have idea. is used. Hence according to Florida Treasuror, for an Thank in Ireland, the lecture entitled 'Harper'swasForry.' Tracoy, Cov- bloody history Advocate, Ed J. law the Catholic Bishop of Florida, matter of It John God for John Brown, that he has of the Irish Theiubiect who is white, could bo marched a ington; Warden, Dr. J. W. O'Con- wholesale shooting " BrowiJBJhlow Frank P. revolutionists being chronicled in DendelFThllllps at slavery. What discovered or created them.' prisoner through tho streets of St. nor, Ellzabethtown. said on that occaJohn Dovoy, editor of the B. our daily press until such a wave A. Augustine by orders of Gov. Park O'Donnell, of Maysvllle; saya of the executions: sion Is applicable to tho Irish reTrammell if he dared teach tho Oberst, of Owensboro, and James J. of indignation and protest from volt. "Well, men say he failed. . . . ''These men were murdered and to colored children in the O'Brien, of Lexington, were elected the people far and wide has oven Whether in chains or laurels, lib- Ireland Bible before this war Is over will i school in the delegates to tho meeting of the frightened the press on colored parochial Davenport in this side of the water, Henry Wat- - erty knows nothings- but victories. exact a heavy toll for tho butchery. city. Supremo Council in anceint Soldiers call QunltorfclJlll a defeat, Every man of them was taken dn are J. The proscriptive law has been de- August. Alternates terson, the CoujIerJournaleditor arms,- - wearing uniforms?- - and were but llberlatesfWmHfrough by the best M. and John Bull loyalist, even balkD. clared unconstitutional of Louisville; State, and for Cooper, of Ellzabethtown, and W. ing at the latest outrage of the Warren lay dead on the field. . . soldiers of an Irish army. . . . legal talent of the These gallant Irishmen were murthree years it remained a dead let- T. Drury, of Morganfield. Bowling British Government, characterizing dered for tho purpose of striking ter, for the very slmplo reason that Green was selected for the next the murder of Pearce and his folSOCIETY. ORPHAN terror Into Ireland, but tho attempt the State Itself violates the law in Stato Council convention. The lo- lowers as another episode of Engas all such exhibitions of Its blind institution in St. AugusEntertainment cal Women's land's brutality and stupidity. Sir The Catholic Orphan Society, hav will fail brutality and savagery tine. But now that the "Gardeens" whloh took charge of the Roger Casement was captured, as ing in charge St. Vincent and St. English are in charge of the State, the law visiting women, was composed of alleged, through tho plotting of have failed In the past. The men Thomas Orphanages, is making act she has butchered are the political Throughout Invoked. has been Mrs. George A. Burkley, Mrs. P. Secret Service agents of the United ive preparation for the picnic to Baints of Ireland today." Florida the cry is "No Catholic need Bold-rlcImmediately be held on the Fourth of July on apply." This spirit of bigotry is H. Callahan, Mrs. Samuel J. Mrs. States Government. Supremo Court Justice Daniel F. Mrs. Thomas Mapother, Casement It obtains everywhere, Florence Kellner and Mrs. Fred following, the capture of and paid the grounds of St. Vincent's Asylum, Colahan, of New York, said: "No press Payne and Cavewpod avenue. An greater contrast could be found tho apparently with the connivance and cir- executive committee has been apconsent of the decent Protestant ele- A. Bauer. They took the visitors emissaries of Great Britain on a shopping tour, gave them a culated far and wide that Sir Roger pointed from tho central society to than that between tho humane and ment, who have never yet protested by the wise against its prejudiced excesses. Hero theater party at Keith's, and also was insane, etc., and that the Eng- supervise the affair, as follows: Statescourse pursueddefeated United Southtoward the Chairand there some Individual or some an automobile ride over tho boule- lish Government would probably William T. Meehan, C. P. Raffo, Rev. J. J. erners and that which England is journal may utter a word of con- vards and through the parks. confine him in an Insane asylum, man; following with Jthe Irishmen demnation, but the manhood of the not referring In any way to the Morlarty, William Borgman, William now were who taken in arms, battling State seems to be paralyzed with recent occurrence when England O'Mara, Edward Lanning, Charles against her. America was merciFaulkner, George A. Naber, B. fear of the banded, blind bigots. $5,000 to have T. Campbell offered a bribe of and S. R. Hardmann. ful, and conciliation followed deJ. Hence the silence In the face of tho him assassinated. England is merciless, and A. J. Chappell, of St. Louis Ber- - feat. of Injustice and the violation When the Dublin revolution parish, has been chosen as will reap the whirlwind of the seed American principles. started, after an attempt of the trand Chairman of tho General Committee, which she now sows. The deaths the whlto On Easter Monday British to search and disarm the and John P. Cassllly Secretary. bigots urged six ignorant negroes Irish leaders are but further Irish Volunteers, the Both these gentlemen were intro proof that Engto petition the Government to enthe same hastily and without Investigation duced to tho opening meeting on land, with It is law throughold the force the unjust and dead law. all one as the Monday night, and both made adcharacterized tho outbreak These negroes are D. G. Adger, H. for the Sir Edward insane folly of ignorant fanatics, dresses expressing their great in centuries the General Frenches and H'. Johanson, N. "Williams, Robert and but when the truth was revealed terest in this work and their lnten- - another Houston, H. G. Tye and J. A. Jackfor the mere ., Irish and the leaders shown to be men of tlon to push It as earnestly as pos- -' """J n son. TJ10 Governor was moved to "" Irish- slble. Messrs. Chappell and Cassllly learning and representative In' action, and at his order Sheriff McDonagh seemed that men this same press veered to an- have both been connected in an of- Perry, of St. John's county, arrested had turned England's head for tack. other Another favorite" flclal capacity with St. Louis Ber- - fear moment and that she was strikThe law invoked is the Sisters. phrase of the paid press bureau is trand branch of the society, the the blfndly. meant to keep the negro in ignorBut the deaths ot ance, hence in subjection, by closing to advertise England as "tho friend former as Secretary and the latter ing as President, and are familiar with Plunkett, William Pearce, Daly and public school. Tho Sisto him tho of the little and oppressed nations," O'Hanrahan Friday, and now of in a ters of St. Joseph taught while again she is characterized in the needs of the institutions. in Major McBride, Indicate that At Governor parochial school. The the present war as fighting the bat- terest the preliminary meeting dis- policy of terrorism and savage the reenthusiasm was powerless in the matter. He is tles of civilization. And this, too, played and all present, andwerefavor- pression has been deliberately by a tho servant of the bigots and had dfter her long and bloodthirsty able indication was the large num- adopted, and that Ireland Is to be to do their bidding under penalty career as the oppressor of Ireland, ber who attended in response to engulfed in the blood of her brightof losing his job. "Thus," says the India, South Africa, robbing the the call from the pulpits of tho est and her bravest. TyraiKs Morning Star, "is Florida made a Boers and murdering the flower of English speaking congregations on Pariah among tho States of the without number acted thus In other that nation to pave the way for a the preceding Sunday. Much work ages, and inevitably have failed. Union, a laughing stock to the rest downright theft of valuable mining is to be done, and a cordial Invitahave been reof the country. Florida invites setconcessions. In India sho showed tion is extended to all Catholics to The fires of liberty and will glow tlors. But it is no place for men herself the friend of the oppressed attend the meetings. The Executive lighted in Ireland,every fresh death Who love fair play and justice, who by firing natives from the mouth of Committee announced the appoint- more fiercely with stand squarely on American princivestige of English cannon for rebelling against the ment of Chairmen of some of tho until tho last ples of liebrty, so long as the Stato they are rule is destroyed." standing committees, and starvation methods of John Bull. men who Is controlled by MAJOR H. H. BONDHOLTZ ladles and gentlemen well known Americans hate justice and trample on the Appointed Commander of tho De- of "Murder" Is the word Irish birth all Catholic circles, who will do their OAXnOLlO KNIGHTS. in rights of fellow men." Irish descent and partment of the East, including are using In referring to the execu- part In making tho picnic a great In an issue soon after the arrests Plattsburg camp. The Catholic Knights of America Tho Chairmen appointed tion by the British Government of success. the St. Augustine Meteor said: Supreme opened the nineteenth who rebelled are as follows: Irish volunteers "What are .we coming to?" "What VINCENTIANS. Grounds, Charles, J. O'Connor; Council here Tuesday morning and against it and endeavored to set up next?" and .other inquisitive ques Tho general meeting of the St. Delegates and H. Coleman; is still in session. Big Wheel, John tions are being asked, one of an. Vincent de Paul Society last Sun- a new Irish republic. Pontifical high August day afternoon was most gratifying word, Dairy, Lee R. Yates; Linen, Mrs. visitors attended Justifying their use of tho other, by tho citizens of St. Cathedral, tho celebrant Cream, R. F. tine. Is the mother city of tho na to the men who form that splendid they point to parallel upon parallel Morgan J. Parlln; Ice E. G. Nether-lan- mass at the being tho Right Rev. Bishop Laffoy; Apron, Mrs. tlon to set the pace for sensational Catholic society, charity the in American history. Tho declaraBishop Indianapolis. of Tickets, John J. Shelley; ism? .Certain it Is that in the ar Knights of Columbus Hall being tion of Irish independence, framed Bishop's Picture, Ray Schuhmann; O'Donaghue preached tho sermon rest. Easter Monday, of three Sisters crowded to the doors. President and signed by Patrick H. Pearco, Soft Drinks, John J. Barry; Re- and extendedf a cordial welcome to of St. Joseph, for training tho little John A. Doylo occupied the chair Thomas McDonagh, Eamonn Ceannt, freshments, Thomas J. Filburn; Oil tho' delegates, who made a splendid negro child to read and write and and Secretary Bohan read the re- James Connolly, Joseph Plunkett, Painting, Mrs. Carrie R. Bentley; appearance. Following tho mass confer- B. McDiarmad and Thomas Clarke, Duck Pond, to comprehend the importance of ports of the' twenty-on- o J. L, Brownfleld; the convention met in the Italian medi- ences in this city. Short but InterIs declared by them to bo on the Orphans' Booth, Mrs. Matt righteous living, through the garden of the Tyler Hotel, when Candy, um of religious understanding, not esting addresses were made by same high plane with the American Thomas Stevens; the address of welcome was made Rev. Declaration of Independence only the city of St. Augustine, but Rev. Father Eugene Donahoe, The Country Store, Louis G. Russell; by Gen. Michael Relchert, who InDeppen and the State of Florida at large, win Father of New Orleana, Dr. Felix Irish signers of the Declaration of Lighting, Will A. Link; Press, John troduced William O'Connor, assistexwho Advertising, ant City Attorney, as representative fall heir to a dint of most undesir Gaudln, Irish Independence have been conr P. Cassllly, Peace, Mc- Charles G. Pfeffer; Raffle, S. M. of the Mayor. Supreme President able publicity. The Sisters of St. pressed surprise over what he heard derailed as traitors. the St. Joseph's Convent for a great many and told of what doing Vincent do Donagh, Plunkett and Clarke have Raffo; Music, E. V. SImms; Trans- Gaudln responded and. then declared Society was in tho Cres- been L. Andriot; tho convention open for" business. Edward years have been tutoring colored Paul City. Connolly Is held a pris- portation, cent The reports showed that oner, shot; only McDiarmad escapes. Decorating, Tony Montedonico; Pic- Tho Credentials Committee was children along educational and to-- In the twenty-on- e and conferences thero named and reported all tho States ligious lines In their own private are 1,328 active and 338 subscrib- They are still at largo and, Irish ture Slides, Lee R. Yates. The Chairmen of standing com- represented. President Gaudln anschool building on DeHaven street ing members. During the past Volunteers in this country declare, to follows: been authorized Now it seems that six negroes pe- three months 265 families, embrac carrying on the work their com mittees have own workers, and are nounced the committees as business appoint Tho first Important titioned Gov. Trammel to have the ing 089 persons, have been the patriots started with them, isoin expected their select them from as Wednesday was the relinquishing of to Sheriff arrest the Sisters upder the beneficiaries of the society, and McNeill, Irish Volunteor head, Is many of the different parishes as the Keptucky charter and the decis provisions of the law passed in liorn still rATnnln KIR fntnlllna unrl also at liberty. possible. They will report their ion to reincorporate in Missouri. 1913, to the effect that white per 364 people on the relief roll. Thef Editor Ford, of the Irish World, selections to tho weekly meetings This necessitates a revision of the sons should be prohibited from visits made numbered 1,073 and finds - paiallel in the case of from time to time Meetings aro constitution and and occu- teaching negroes, and the Governor the money disbursed among the John Brown. He says: "The mem- held every Monday evening at nied most of the time of the con- commanded the officer of tho law to poor of the city without regard to ory of the martyrs who died that Knights of Columbus Hall, 816 ventlon. Among the resolutions proceed with the arrest, which he creed, color or nationality amounted Ireland might live a full life will Fourth avenue, which are open to passed was one directing branches to $2,083.64. This is certainly a nerve Irishmen to heroic deeds in the people in the city who feel In- - to have a memorial mass for de did. The law under which the made was passed ostensi- showing that stamps the St. Vin the last and victorious fight against forested In the charitable work and ceased members during the month eve of our oirll would like to contn .bute their serr- - of November each year, making bly for th purpose of changing the cent de Paul as Louisville's greatest England. management of a negro school 'charity society. war, Wendell Phillips, the Amerl- - ices. '100 members the oasis or state rep- - Tho State" Council of tho Knights of Columbus held tho annual meeting here the first of the week, with results that will be satisfactory to the entire Kentucky membership. Monday and Tuesday nights the delegates and visitors were tho guests of Louisville Council, and were entertained most hospitally. STREET SCENE IN PARRAL, MEXICO. Tuesday morning. tho Knights atPhoto shows a typical street scene of many of tho smallor Mexican cities. In the vicinity of tended mass at St. Louis Bertrand's troopers were attacked and is now the southern end of the United church, and at the business session this city was whero the American that followed State Deputy Oberst States army line extending from Columbus, New Mexico. announced tho following committees: Credentials George A. Burkley, J. E. N. A. Hartlg, H. J. Shea, IUI-rol- s, ENGLISH GOVERNMENT h, - n; ex-Go- v. Gaelic-America- n, pro-Engli- sh -- joi-ltn- s, Com-mltte- ei ex-Go- v. " k, State-wid- e. pro-Engli- sh Laf-fn- lo al of-th- e pro-Engli- sh V1 X, Car-so- ns w "' """.'t,'"" w LsELLHIHHK9r BRIO. GEN. R. K. EVANS. pVir - on duty on Mexican Laredo, Texas. the nnst twentv-tw- o months border at d; Char-tran- d, O'Do-hert- y; Out-do- or a- by-la- ar-ra- et On-th- e TRINITY COUNCIL. Trinity Council, Y. M. I., held a rousing meeting Monday evening, twenty applications being received iu the membership campaign now going on any many more are expected next Monday evening, May 15, which is tho closing date after which the initiation fee will be Tho from ?5 to ?10. by Ed Booster team, captained followed Zehnder, still leads, closely by the All Stars under tho leadership of George Glass. President B. J. Sandmann urges a full attendance for Monday evening as the final reports and results of the membership campaign promise to A bo very Interesting and lively. the delightful muslcalo followed meeting, tho programme being arranged by John M. Hennessy, of tho Literary Committee, and hi which the following took part: Miss, Carrie Fincke, soprano; EuMiss Mary Hinkle, contralto; gene Timmel, tenor; Louis Hoffman, bass, and Dr. Edward H. tenor. The programme was arranged by Prof. Leo A. Schmitt enCOULD BE WORSE. wa3 and each number thusiastically Another received. source of gratification was the fact There are 1,525 churches, that the gentlemen taking part were 1,709,241 communlcant3te all members of Trinity Council. J York City. Hub-buc- h, have fallen on times when the common people will not tolerate a machine not even tho wretched Republicans, unclrcumclzCHi and as they are. Bo Governor of all tho people, and as leader of of tho Democratic party, be no faction. Did you ever fiear of ono Luke Lea, of Tennesseo? Ho is a warning. Aro you fatuous fool enough to make him an example? God forbid. Your environment, Owsley. I ad mit, is embarrassing. I can and do appreciate It and I sympathize with you. You know and I know everybody knows that Willie Haldeman is a spoiled child who has to bo amused to keep him out of mischief. The novelty has about vanished from that gorgeous military title that voluptuates his name, and he is fretting for another ribbon to wear on tho lapel of bin coat. Looking round and about he saw that Urey Woodson was National Committeeman and ho grabbed for that. Ho loves to strut across the stage. Ho is infatuated with tho limelight. Tho tulip trapping and superb circumstances of glorious and pompous especially pompous bossism have Irresistible fascination for tho "General." And so you tossed him the bone with the disastrous result that a majority of over 30,000 was depleted to a majority of less than Owsley, can you afford to 500. repeat that? That Is the way it looks to an exile Kentucklan way off here in the District of Columbia. unre-genera- Louisville knows, Governor, wo te m-a- with New JKKODXJOBrsr KENTUCKY JC&LXSJEZ A3S&J3Z1&XOAJS:, WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. nd Caflrritei Itveted 1o the Seelal iad Mwal AaYMweaeiwat o! Wish Awerkwe Order I RHjawlana, Yoaae Men'i Officially Indorsed by Aaent IsatlWta and CathoMc KaighU of America. Incorporated, Pubtlahara KUNTUCKY IRISH AMKWICAN PHINTINQ CO., S1NOLB COPvTc aWBSCRlPTION PRICB, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Stewaht DgY Goons Co in Conncclion.Wilh James Mc Creery fLCoJieiiiyork. iiJr.niH fUlUr. Enf ii. t the LertagHle PtMofttce Hen-ClWcit Qftta St. HlffUCKY IMSH AWERION. CoaaMttitlaei ta ttw at 31-2I Dae to a Number of 'Special Purchases 11 LOUISVILLE, KY a SATURDAY, MAY, 13, 1916. at seaport, the steamship companies will not load it on board their ves- Sale of Men's Suits Priced at: POPE STANDS FIKM. Popo Benedict has ratified the decision of the Commission of Cardl-ral- s confirming the validity of the marriage of Count Bonl de Castel-lun- o to Anna Gould, now Duchess - sels until a representative of the Brltsh Embassy has stripped and examined the contents of each hogshead of tobacco, or subjected it to examination, all of which an y Is at the expense of tho shipper. We understand that tho steamship Talleyrand. The Papal ratification companies enforce these requiredefinitely bars annulment of the ments because they aro required by this What have those- who tho British Government to have Emmarriage. remission from the British have been predicting other action bassy, and examine the goods in orand impugning the church regard- der to avoid having their steamers RUSSIAN TROOPS LAND IN FRANCE, ing dlvorco to say now? The Cath- delayed indefinitely by tho British Recent cables report landing of large numbers of Russian troops In olic church never has and never will Government on the other side. The Vr.nnpp. TtiiR.qln. can better snare men than equipment or munitions, tobacco referred to is shipped by be fought on recognize divorce. to neutral con- Many experts believe that the final battles of the war will neutral consignors the Western front. signees in a neutral country for SHADOW OF XEAIIS. consumption In a neutral country." society events the latter part of lAMIIXG EVEXTS. June. Even the most optimistic friends HARD PRESSED. 7 Mackln Council's muMay of Ireland did not expect that any James St. Clair, a former well The New York World, ono of tho sical concert, "Tin Soldiers," lmmedlato good would result from known machinist of Jeffersonville, Theater. pamost rabid of the revolution. Those who know the May festival, euchre, but now a resident of Indianapolis, 7 May dispatch Margaret Miller, were situation best realized that Jt must pers, publishes a cable lotto and supper for St. Francis and Miss marriage Tuesday mornunited in in failure. As the Union and via London from one Robert J. Asslsl church, Bardstown r,oad and ing at St. Anthony's church in Jeftnd tho Carter avenue, and fersonville. They will reside in tho afternoon Times says, It may draw the atten- Foster, who bitterly attacks night. Hoosier capital. world to the wrongs Irish who rebelled against England tion of the May 17 Shakespearean festival says that Ireland is of Ireland. England can not remain and further Rosary Academy William P. McDonald, tho well pres- by pupils of Holy In Bertrand Hall, afternoon and known printer and tho pioneer edblind to the spirit of her neighbor united against Germany in the Is certainly evening. itor of tho local Police Bulletin, acsubjects. The moral effect of tho ent war. The World May 19 Exhibition by tho pupils companied by his wife and Thomas uprising may be greater than now itard pressed for correct Information Dancing Bailey, another former Louisville appears. The English Imagine they when it quotes Foster, as he is none of Miss Blanche Mitchell's yesterday from Police Academy, Macauley's Theater, 8:15 printer, arrived here the Kentucky Chicago to witness have fooled tho Irish. The truth is other than tho p. m. notoriety hero Ireland has not been fooled for one Captain who achieved Club Derby and visit local friends. May 22 Hibernian Social smoldering embers of under the Grlnstcad administration, and Ladles' Auxiliary dance at minute. The FATHER CREARY DEAD. up his residence Schrelber's Hall. an Inborn yearning for liberty that and before taking 5 May Our Lady of Mercy here served a year In prison. John A. Creary, well Rev. is characteristic of tho race are Btill Sewing Circle May festival, at Acad- known Father to many Louisville people present In every village of tho land emy Hall, 117G East Broadway. EXCOURAGIXG. and especially those of tho early on from the Causeway to Cork. This May 30 River excursion new revolt may remind the British Tho latest news from the troubled Homer Smith to Brandenburg for Government that these embers may countries across tho water is more the benefit of St. Philip Nerl church. bo fanned to a flame to its serious encouraging than has been received Euchre and lotto, Sts. June 8 for some time. If the United States Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, afterdisadvantage. The present troubles are the re- manages to remain on a friendly noon and evening. June 21 Trinity Council moonsult of wrongs of many years. Eng- basis with all belligerents, the head of our Government will be Invited light excursion on steamer Homer land has handled all her colonies Smith. with consummate tact and liberality, to act as mediator between tho July 4 Annual orphans' picnic on and the Allies. St. Vincent's grounds. but she has failed lamentably to Central Powers understand tho brilliant, proud and From which side of the opposing v jwCoflBPSr J IbbBBbvbbb VuhJt ' lovable race that Is united to her nations will come the prayer for C8S330J3K8Xa333C8XK8S3333ffi2g peace Is not known, but In whatby many ties of blood and identified peace may come in with the glory of her arms and tho ever direction .jsSa 3nwBHBMBRzfiM aBBBm the name of Christianity let It triumph of her spirit of adventure hasten and may God direct the Tho seed of fear and distrust that justice of it. Miss Clara McLaughlin is in Pittshas been liberally sown for nearly burgh for a six weeks' visit to n thousand years still grows upon Martin H. Glynn, of New the soil of Ireland. Tho revolution York, has been selected to preside Mrs. J. B. Campbell has returned ists have been defeated, but their ef as Temporary Chairman and deClove-lana two fort will register a new devotion to liver the keynote- address at the from Ohio. weeks' visit in en old ideal. Britain will feel the Democratic national convention at Mrs. James Canty has returned effect of the revolt to a serious de St. Louis. Speaker Champ Clark gree. It will make men realize thai is expected to be the Permanent from a two weeks' visit to relatives there are still many In Ireland who Chairman. Better selections could at New Haven. aro willing to give their lives for not be made. Miss Mary Hagan has been visiting at New Haven, tho guest of Mrs. Ireland's freedom. It is unfortunate Catholic families hero, died WednesGermany seems willing to make Charles J. Coyle. that the Irish cause should have to day evening at Fond du Lac, Wis., attach itself to a world war in another effort to satisfy President Martin McGeo and wlfo wero at where he had been chaplain at the which it should be ,ln no way con- Wilson, and to walk the chalk line New Haven last week, visiting Henry Boyle Home for several years years. He was seventy-thre- e nected. It is unfortunate that its or rigid observance of obsolete In- Walker Bowling and family. a of ago and in 1913 celebrated supreme stand of a generation ternational laws that he has set for Frank J. Kelly, who spent last on February 8, It, while leaving England free to set week in New York City, reported double anniversaryhis birthday and should come at a time when noble that date being business in the South as in splendid also the forty-fift- h "things like liberty and freedom are .hose laws aside. anniversary of condition. his ordination to the priesthood. commercial In a mad forgotten Father Creary was born in The cold blooded murders of the death struggle. Whatever be tho G. Hogan, of Miss Margaret Ireland, his father dying putcomo of this new demand for Irish patriots by England has caused West St. Catherine street, has been when ho was a child, he and his 111 with an attack of malaria the mother and sister coming to this freedom, the world must once again widespread Indignation and the country when he was eleven years press Is powerless to stop past week. acknowledgement to a race bow in of age. He began his preparatory that has an undying fealty to the the American sentiment against the Tom Sweeney and wife, of South studies for the priesthood at St. In Bardstown, principle for which men like Emmet cowardly oppressor, John Bull. Louisville, were recent Sunday visit- Thomas College, ors at Frankfort, guests of Mrs. 1865, and completed his studies at gave their blood. St. Joseph's Seminary, Troy, N. Y. Bishop Chatard, of Indianapolis, John Kline. Had the Insurrection been started After Jjls ordination Father Creary d who Is now In his a few years ago. Sir Roger Mrs. J. T. O'Neal and son, Em- was stationed at the Cathedral and an- met O'Neal, h year, observed the airlved this week from later became pastor at St. Brigld's would be promptly hanged as Phoenix, Ariz., where they havo church, where he remained for foura traitor. If England follows prece- niversary of his consecration on been for some time. teen years. In 1905 ho was transferred to Fond du Lac as assistant dent we may see Sir Roger made a May 12. John Walsh and daughter. Miss pastor at St. Patrick's church, later Cabinet officer as Mr. Carson was, 'TIN SOLDIERS." Anastasla. are home from a week on being appointed as chaplain to or he may be put in command In end visit to Mr. and Mrs. Richard the Henry Boyle Homo. The body the British army, as was General was shipped to Funeral Director Al The Mackin Council players after Greenwell at Taylorsvllle. past Smith and lay In state at the Cathe French. If the rebellion In Ulster diligently rehearsing for the me now reaay ior three D. J. Gleeson, of the Robinson-Norto- n dral, where the funeral takes place had been dealt with in a manner it initial montns are performance of their big among the this morning at 9 o'clock. Company, England musical nroduction. "Tin Soldiers," much sought after was deserved it is probable that buyers looking K. I. A. NIGHT. would not have had to deal with tho which takes place Monday night at over New York last week. be followed rebellton in Dublin. It may be pos- Macauley's Theater, toTuesday and by performances on Next Saturday night, May 20, will Mrs. John T. Malone has returned sible that England has come to the Wednesday nights. The manage- from Cincinnati, whero she spent be Kentucky Irish American night point where she will be willing to ment wishes to announce to the pub- several days with her daughters, at tho Louisville Manufacturer's they will Exhibit at Exhibit Hall, Fourth and learn a lesson. If so, she may learn lic that in "Tin Soldiers" entertain- Misses Elizabeth and Frances tho most artistic Broadway, and special entertainment lengthening shadow of offer ever presented by this popular that the ment will be arranged for those who atmany years of wrong still falls organiaztion. If any one wishes to Edward Dlscher and bride, who tend on that evening as tho guests enjoy a pleasant evening of catchy was Miss Elizabeth Fangmann, will of this paper. The average citizen across her path. music, clever songs and delightful return Monday from their wedding and housekeeper is not aware of comedy, into which has been worked trip and be at home at 808 Sut- - the objects of Exhibit Hall, and HIGH HANDED. a number of musical classics which cllffo avenue. everyone should make It his or her by Louisville's will bo rendered duty to pay this exhibit a visit. Tho In the daily press noted prima donna, Miss Susan K. We hear much Dr. John T. Chawk and Alderman Drlmo object Is to educate Louis Chrlstoph, then "Tin Soldiers" is Guy Parker were the hosts of a ville people to buy home made of German spies and agents on this the thing to see. Tho sale of reparty that went to Lexington Tues- goods, showing them the Importance side working in the Interests of served seats continues at tour and at- of spending their money here. The office. Following is a day on an automobile Germany, but for a sample of the exhibit Is open dally from 9 a. m. tended tho races. synopsis of the new production: proceedto 5 p. m., and on Saturdays to outrages and The Firing Lino. Mr, an 10 p. m., admission free. To enings of the English Government Susan K. nounce ami Mrs. Chnrles Rueff their courage the exhibit the following Doris, Bob's sister the engagement of tead tho following statement to the Christoph. by f1niuhtr. MIbh UprkIo Rueff. to list of prizes have been donated on orphan Bertha Cohn. Kitty, an be awarded Louisville Board of Trade from an Evelyn Arthur L. Frey. Tho wedding will the merchants to American night, Kitty's sister Alice, Kentucky Ivlsh unbiased source: take place in June. Johnson. May 20, the only stipulation being Nettyo Fenton. "Tho export tobacco trade of this Cecile, the maid P.hnrloa 'NlrUlpn nml hrlrie. who that the winner must call for tho city has suffered and continues to The Colonel Aulyn E. Kanston. spent their honeymoon hero, havo contest blank and bo present when the inseriously through Thomas Bob, another orphan suffer returned to Frankfort, where they the award is made:gold, Louisville justice of restrictions now being Ci In gs Ten dollars in Par- will maKe tneir nomo wiui wr3, exports of tobacco ' SalzV the house-bo- y Charles placed upon the Cement Co.; six boxes of Cremol Nlckles' father, Emll Haldl. by an Institution In Washington sons. vanishing face cream, Allan & Co.; Act I. The boudoir. gum, American Chicle e culled the 'Trade Department of the Wra 'RUpn fiimhlnir han returned box party. Act II. The beach British Embassy' which has been Into her home In Frankfort after a Co.; case Anita ginger ale; sack Time This summer. strumental In throwing around exmost enjoyable visit to her son, Obelisk flour; five sheets popular Place By the sea. port shipments of not only tobacco, William C. Cushing. and family, music, P. I. Burks & Co.; pound photograph, tobacco; but many other commodities, such and her daughter, Sister Thomas City Club POSTPONED, hardship as to be in all respects Vincent, at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Caufield & Shook; twelve cans Dixie The disposal of the Yale motor- Hospital. Cleaner; baseball bat, Hlllerlch & detrimental to American shippers. Co.; box assorted pickles, Hlrsch "The steamship companies refuse cycle, which was to have taken Monday 711 Sra . rSonrea Mnswr. Eat & Co.; belt, Hedapp & Miller; Jar to take shipments until the shipper place at Windhorst Hall last evening, has been postponed Elm street. New Albany, has an- mixed pickles. Knadler & Lucas; them a letter of ascan file with flour; surance or permission from the until a more complete Teturn of nounced the engagement of her quarter barrel Dolly Varden Pillow pillow, Louisville Moser, to Trade Department of the British the tickets is made. The motor- daughter. Miss Anna TndlatiaDolis. handsome bars soap; Co.; ten vmhaaaic and after this permit has cycle Uon exhibition at Klein Pharlas P. Tiehn. nf Broadway. marriage will be one of the case Rlvo Cola; quart Grand Dad Their cuTvcroa Bros., Center and hppn naBBMh&nd loLac-.'X-ra- $ 1365 cj j- - ri II Today will be the first of a number of big days for men, at Stewart's. A record low price is made for new Suits, right at the start of the season, in a sale that offers choice of every phase of the season's styles, from the most radical to the ultra- conservative. 8 1H Also a surplus lot from a maker well known to dealers everywhere. This sale will interest men of all ages andj)roportions. Stout men and slender men, whether tall or short, can be fitted as well as the normally built man, and the variety of models will enable each man to choose freely. 15-1- Mac-auley- 's pro-Engli- sh 16-1- New Pinchback Suits Included More than two score of the best patterns of the season are included. Among these are plenty of the well-like- d shepherd checks, plaids, overplaids, pin stripes, blue serges and fancy mixtures. These are in such fabrics as fine worsted, both hard and soft cheviots, cassimeres, homespuns and even crash weaves. Every suit is finely tailored. Take your pick of any of these at 13 24-2- A Satisfactory Fit Guaranteee Alterations Free. . 7-- Fontaine Ferry ParK of diversion and offering unlimited amusement to the likes of tho most CONFIRMATION SHOES AND SLIPPERS For Boys and Girls. Patents and White. Popular prices. $1.75 to $3.00, accord- Catering again to thoso in search exacting w HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE Finest Dance Pavilion in the Sonth ing to size. Dally Free Band Concerts, Direction Sig. Natlello. Popular Riding Devices and Other Features. Admission to Park After 0 p. 111. 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 entltlo 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. SOCIETY. G7 sUsuCZ? INCOIIPORATKD. TiXZX. se&r smsmsms mM m ' 318 W. Market. 214 W. Market. Ex-Go- v. - d, ONE DOLLAR starts a Savines, Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old German Insurance BanK tW Second and Market Under the BijJ Clock Stato Government Supervision. Rath-downe- y, DAN J. HBNNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. pro-Engli- sh MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- Hennessy UPSTAIRS PHONES Axman 425 W. POPULAR PRICE TAILORS STORE. Case-jne- eighty-secon- nt Jefferson Street HARRY KEKRY thirty-eight- 2 l.S Lbs. 10c in NEW BLEND 65G Special rebate ticket good for trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend. BOTH B. DRIVER A. 1. PUIS 263S JOHN M. MULXOY, 312 West Market. Homo 1671. Cumb. South 140-- CLEANING AND DYEING CO. INCORPORATED. 426 South Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. Our workmanship is positively tho best in tho city, and backed up by a house of long standing and financially responsible. Our service not equaled. :''-- Don't Blame tho Cook If Coffee Is Not Good Your :! I? TRY LUBBERS Our Coffee Is Carefully Selected while green, then blended and ROASTED BY US DR. flBelEsHHKsfl! 713-71- J. l., T. CHAWK DAttY ox high-hand- ed whiskey: three pounds Peacock cof stationery, Standard box fee; Printing Co; flower dox, Aitrea Struck Co.; Iced tea set, It. J. Thornton & Co.; dozen towels, J. S. Walker & Co.; three pounds Jay Zee coffee, Zlnsmelster & Co. Don't forget to pay a vlBlt to the exhibit and secure a question blank to participate In tho above awarding of prizes. In addition you are an enthusiastic sure to become and booster of homo industries products after your visit. OUTDOOIt PROCESSION. An outdoor procession in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary will take place at St. Philip Nerl's c--f Veterinary Infirmary. 5 TtbMS-CM- SOUTH S IS VJBJNTH STREET S. 299a. eeeefrfrOC' AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. 1101-0- 3 !''; HM, City X 2399. I - FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. EAST BROADWAY. Kis-M- Magic-Kell- er church tomorrow afternoon, fol- 9ire your boy tbtmdncMon tht trill yrpr a for Uf. lowed by crowning of the Blessed by one the Virgin statue parochial school girls. Rev. Father ST. XAVIER'S COLLEQE Crbwnlng, of the IPasslonl&ts, will 112 W. Brofcdway, XalaTUl, Xy. deliver a sermon In the open air and with fair weather a large atConducted by the tendance la expected. On this occa- Classical, ScientificXaverUa Brother. and AUUMI sion two years ago over 10,000 Oouraea, Preparatory Departmeat, Lrif people were on haad to witness the I BwlmwlBr Pool. Well Kqulpped Or Urn. TeraM MeauFat. Bre, Jaaie, Dtr. ceremonies. I H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Emhaimers. SIO XTOBtlC AVSKU9 Teleakece Hi?. xci33s:aDiJOKrsr 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 LOUISVIDLE AMERICAN ELEVATOK MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS BOnLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS EL.ECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky MG W. Main St., Homo Phone City 6674 l irish INCORPORATED ameio-ajbc- t - llf IliHM . THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED 00. ?Kmtfmantrau0 We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates. (0 BY & Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH1 528 W. Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE Lonlarillo, Ky. ANNOUNCE THE GREAT Distinctive Clothes For all young gentlemen, Theclassiest, smartest Suits that you will see this Spring are to be found in our store. Our leader the - f.it.l ,11 ......v.....,.va 11J1J.1... 1 TTTITTTTTTTTTT .. BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM 1101 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Griddlo In the Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE CO. "The Place Whero Old Clothes Are Made to Look Liko Now." SPALDING DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. CO COMMEMORATION KIRSCHBAUM SALE TO BEGIN MONDAY, MAY 15. This Event, by Annual Repetition, Has Gathered a Vast Power for Value Giving, and. in Consequence Yields Buying Advantages That Belong Undeniably to the Extraordinary Glass. We began planning on an extensive scale months ago when it was foreseen that there would be a decisive scarcity of high quality and style merchandise. Every advantageous deal was profited by in all the marts of the world, so that now, despite the scarcity of good merchandise and the consequent enor mous advance in prices, we are in position to present a lavish spread of inducements which will prove infallible guides to golden economies. SEE COMPLETE DETAILS IN SUNDAY'S PAPERS. i)" PLAN INITIATION. IOUISVILIiE PROVISION (Incorporated.) TIios. H. Kennedy KENNEDY-COADY Louis D. Coady $15.00 A Suit made specially for live, young men. Careful attention is paid to every detail. Each model a red-blooded '" Incorporated 00. R. JEUNESSE BUILDING CONTRACTOR MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Homo Phone, City 7662 LOUISVILLE KY. WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR 810 YORK STREET Phono South THOS. 17G3 Louisville, Ky. hand-tailore- d, up-to-da- te garment. J. BR0DERI0K 4392-- J SHEET METAL PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGK Home Phone City Let us prove these statements. 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-- L. 1000 Zane Street PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. n was organized by citizens to make LOANS on furnlturo and other personal property at IOWEST BATES. Coleman Bldg., S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones, 2886. well-know- Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge N. W. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON. 1 Men's nnd Young Men's Specialist Clothes Shop. I1 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS MANUFACTURERS !. Louisville Made Furnaces 210-22- I j Hi frifr luft.i, ;,(, 2 S. Ninth St. Home Phone City 2542 FRANK FEHR BREWING CO Phoenix Hill Park was thronged with people Monday night to witness the annual Inspection and drill of the united commanderles of the Knights of St. John of this ci'y, who mado a splendid appearance. put the Knights Col John Fox through the meneuvers, each winning applause for iti excellent work. Col. Paul J. Breen was the Inspecting officer and high scores were nchieved by thoso win took the floor. Col. Fox was preSecretary Edward sented with a gold mounted swoA-a- , Financial Clancy. the speech being made by County Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Attorney Scott Bullitt, who said i Sorgeant-at-Arm- s James English. was a token of the esteem in whio'i Tim Lyons. Sentinel Col. Fox was held. He also paid a fine tribute to the Knights for DIVISION 3. their charity and benevolence. Co' First and Third Monday at Hiber- Paul Breen, Col. Theodore Poppo 0 Portland. nian Home, and Col. Joseph Betz were the of handsome jeweled medPresident Lawrence J. Mackey. als. After a drill by St. Margaru'.'s Vice President John J. Riley. Secretary Financial John J. Auxiliary the evening was devoteJ to pleasure and dancing. 1 Hession, Jr. Recording" Secretary Matthew SENIOR CLASS LECTURE. O'Brien. Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. Very Rev. T. L. Crowley, Prior Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. of St. Louis Bertrand's church, deSentinel Thomas Noon. livered a lecture to 'the senior classes of the Holy Rosary AcadDIVISION 4. emy last Wednesday, his subject Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, being "the development of the Eng Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. lish drama and Shakespeare's great work of improving it." The lecture President John H. Hennessy. was especially enjoyed by his Vice President Thomas Lynch. Crowley's as Father Financial Secretary Thomas J. hearers, familiarity with his subject and Langan. Recording Secretary James J. eloquent delivery mado it doubly Interesting, McTigho. Treasurer Pat Connelly. DOWN RIVER EXCURSION. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. The first down the river excursion of the season will bo given on the Y. M. I. steamer Homer Smith on Tuesday, May 30, Decoration day, by the MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. of St. Philip Nerl's Monday Evenings at Club congregation arrangements Meets church, and aro beTwenty-BixtHouse, 344 North ing made to handle and entertain President S. O. Hubbuch. c big crowd on that day. The boat M. F. will leavo Fourth street wharf at First Vice President Schaad. 8 o'clock; Portland wharf at 9 Second Vice President R. L. and New Albany at 9:30, and will Scheckler. go down as far as Brandenburg. Financial Secretary, F. O. Adams. O. Secretary Recording W. "TILE AMERICAN GIRL." ' Buckle. ' Treasurer Q. J. Thornton. The first performance of "The Marshal Theo. Buckle. American Girl," given by the Acad-ein- v Radigan. Inside Sentinel James of Our Lady of Mercy, was so Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. well received that the performance will be repeated after the graduation exercises In June. The audience RECENT DEATHS. that heard the first performance exThe funeral of Mrs. Frances J. ceeded the capacity of the auditoriMetcalfe, widow of the late Dr. J. um, notwithstanding the bad weathplace Monday er, and will be pleased to witness C. Metcalfe, took mdrnlng from St. John's church. it again. Until somo years ago Mrs. Metcalfe COVINGTON. resided in this city and she and her husband were prominently Identified Mother of God congregation of with St. John's church. Mrs. Metyears old and Covington will celebrate Its seventy-fift- h calfe was eighty-si- x anniversary next Sunday. Rev. leaves a large family. Since leaving Louisville she had been making Ferdinand Kuehr was the first pasher home in Oldham county, near tor of that congregation In 1841, Lagrange. the church then being located where Notre Dame Academy now stands Tuesday morning the funeral of In May, 1891, tho congregation celeDr. Charles J. Gelsler, beloved hus- brated its golden anniversary, tho band of Mrs. Mary Gelsler, 515 festivities continuing for eight days East Jefferson street, was held from DANCING EXinUITlON. St Boniface church, attended by Many aro looking forward to the many mourning friends. Dr. Gelsannual dancing exhibition of Mls3 ler was born here twenty-seve- n years ago and was a widely known Blanche Mitchell's pupils next Fridentist. He was an active member day evening at Macauley's Theater, of Trinity Council and took great as the enjoyablo programmes furinterest in athletic sports. Dr. nished every spring aro considered Geislor was Secretary of the St. Jo a rare treat by those who appreseph Orphan Society and prominent ciate tho dancing of the little ones. performance begin will in a number of Catholic fraternal The and charitable societies. Ho leaves promptly at 8:15 o'clock. Tickets besides his widow one daughter and and reserved seats are now on sale at Baldwin's music store. his mother and sister. com-mande- JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. FOR See us about anything in real estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Room Home Phono City 4464. Residence Phone, Pewee Valley Phone, City 3180. 21-- J. JOS. DALY 420 At the meeting of Division 4, A. 0. H., Monday ovenlng In Bertrand CONFIDENTIAL MONEY Hall President John H. Hennessy RELIABLE A. 0. H. announced that the division officers P. R. POOLEY planned to hold an Initiation DIVISION 1. Building 1, Courier-Journthe weather became too warm Meets Fourth Thursday, Llederkranz 415 Fourth Street and that a class of about fifty Hall, Sixth and Walnut. would b.e secured, the majority of FINE whom are now obligated but awaitPresident Mark Ryan. ICE CREAM AND SHERBETS ing to go through the degree work. Vice President W. L. Cushlng. 70c Per Gallon The application of Boyd Thompson Recording Secretary Daniel McSpecial prices to Churches, Festivals was received and Joseph W. Torpey, Carthy. he-fo- re al SEE P00LEY SOCIETY DIRECTORY. KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN. CONTRACTING PAINTER WATUEN West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. 130 S. Eighth St. and all largo orders GRAN W. SMITH'S SON! J AL. S. SMITH, PROP. I Funeral Director and Embalmer John J. Barrett, Thomas J. Heslln and John E. Baldwin wcro elected City 7075 to membership. Short addresses were made by former County Secretary Edward J. Kelran and AVlllIam J. Schnell, the latter one of the veteran members of Division 4, and who mado an Interesting talk on the present revolution In Ireland. n Financial Secretary Thomas J. announced that he had several resolutions to Introduce at the next meeting of the County Board in regard to important changes In the State Lan-gaby-law- s. 1818-182- Brewers and Bottlers LOTJTSVTLTLTE. KY. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE SACKED HEART ACADEMY. An ensemble recital will be given at Sacred Heart Academy by Edwin D. Memel, violinist, and George A. Lelghton, pianist, both of the Cincinnati Conservatory, May 14, BOTH PHONES. 810. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. 1809 WEST TEFFERSON STREET Mi WVWVViMVttVWVWMMiMWUWUiUWVV HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 822 EOLSt Mairi. JSfcre. vnuuswuuuvuuvuuuHwuutvnuuuiuuuM M2ljMjMjMjMiNjMjMI 4 at 3:30 o'clock. The patrons and friends of the institution and all lovers of music aro invited. One of the requirements of the conservatory courso of music of Sacred heart Academy Is to take an examination in piano technique, interpretation and harmony of music from a professor of acknowledged reputation. Accordingly Miss Avis Jones will present her repertoire of thirty pieces, together with h year's work of harmony, to Mr. Lelghton on May 14. . ANNUAL MAY FESTIVAL. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, JOHN B-- FRANX Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE ZOO WALTERS' h. IiOUISV3X.IiB3. KI, i" " tt 4 9 " DOUGHERTY & McELIOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Ernbahners I I BOTH III03!J3:SS. Climb. Main S00S-a The annual May festival of St. Francis of Asslssl church will take place on the church grounds next Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons and evenings, lotto games to bo the feature on Tuesday and euchro Wednesday. "Bob" on of the Entertainment Committee, announces that there will be amusements for all and his committee will see to it personally that everyone has a good time. Kalten-bacher, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. MARY SULLIVAN DEAD. LADIES: THIS IS PANAMA AND LEGHORN SEASON. Look up your old hats and bring them shop that makes a specialto a ty of ladies' hats only. first-class Miss Mary Sullivan, seventy years old, jtunt of Hon. J. A.'Sulllvan, of Richmond, passed to her eternal reHome City 2008 ward Monday night at St. Josephs Hospital In Lexington, after suffei-In- g several months from paralyBls. Besides Judge Sullivan she Is surTHE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT vived by a niece, Mrs. James of Lexington. Miss Sullivan was a splendid typo of woman anl was held in great esteem In the community In which she lived. Ma-lon- e, Cumb. Phone West 191 -- Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANN INCORPORATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, exceliestftbwo QRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. ORWIAN SEWING SOCIETY. We clean dye and reshape any old hat shape at a small into a new te cost. 35 Styles to Select From. Forty years in business is our guarantee. OSTRICH FEATHERS CLEANED AND CURLED. The ladles of the St. Joseph's Orphan Sewing Society will glvo a on Thursday lotto entertainment the Orphan mKJSWBWPwJwBmPJSSMBP afternoon, May 18, at avenue. ReHome, 2823 Frankfort freshments will be served and many The handsome prizes awarded. Alt the lata tad aew Stylet and Shapes members and their friends are in fatMvd tsr at reasonable price. vited. mb-SISTER EUPHRASIA BETTER. FLORISTS Cut Flowers for all occasions. Special attentloa given orders. out-of-to- "As Near to You as the Nearest Phone Oar Special $3.00 Spray Oar Special $5.00 Wreath Flowers Louisville. The largest values in ever Fuse-ra- l offered in ?23 NEW NANZ NEUNER CO. Falls City Straw WorRs 713 West Jefferson Street North Side GERMAN BANK fflSftJ? ftf.J812iPil 8132 OUR ADS IN THB TIMBfl, ' HERALD AND POST. i the widely Sister Euphrasia, known and loved Mother Superior of St. Joseph's Hospital at Lexington, whose Illness 'from pneumonia last caused great apprehension week, has passed the danger point recovery. She and is on the road to will soon be able to resume her duties, pews that will cause much rejoicing. SIZED UP RIGHT. INCORPORATED. both phones. For prompt delivery call 057 Fourth Ave., Loaisville, Ky. nuuffit Kf of Anthony Kolb, son Mrs. J. Alton Kolb, 509 way, following a two of pneumonia, was a (Investigate Our New Free Delivery Service. Fifth and Market Sts. "Is jour paper really seventy years old?" aked the sweet young thing. "Certainly," w retorted, defiantly. "Why?" "Then I was right. I told mother that some of your Jokes are older than the payer." OPEN RETAIL STORE. The sudden .and unexpected death of Mr. and T. W, Tarpy & Co. have opened East Broad- a wholeaalo and retail cigar and days' illness tobacco store at 603 West Market great- - shock street, complete a full to his friends throughout the city. line of with for tho and goods users of the He was twenty years old and a enticing weed. young man with bright prospects. Besides his parents he Is survived SEIZES MONEY ORDERS. by two brothers, Alton and Lowell The Postmaster General of SwedKolb, and two s'nters, Miss Lorlne Overseas News and Rose Kolbl The funeral took' en, According place Monday from the Cathedral, Agency, has protested to the British where he was ai devout communicant authorities "against the illegal consince his childhood. For the be- fiscation of at least 15,000 money .Never was the now reaved family uie most Blncere sym orders sent during April from the patny is leu. prettier than it is these United (States to Sweden." to-th- e noMRsna LaitmMrj fourth Awnue "Flowers telegraphed everywhere." FRED ERHART ARCHITECT neckwear VB. NORTON BUILDI N.W&fler Fourth indji KBKTUOKY frWM' IKUCSH AJSdO&TaaLCAjSC. - j ' Bacon a son1 We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. ever-changing NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLDB 1 " IHEKMAN STRAUS I FOURTH AVCNUt SONS MARKET STREET WCOPCM-C- ' J j; " SPRING Kentucky Derby May 13, taK MEETING Debutante Stakes May 15, CURTAINS AND DRAPERIES ? Thirteen Days' Racing Beginning Derby Day, Saturday May 13, and Ending on Kentucky Oaks Day, Saturday, May 27. Confirmation Dresses $3.98 to $15 Beautiful lino of Confirmation Dresses; made of very sheer ? materials, organdie, net, bastiste or India linon; high or long waist effects; trimmed with dainty lace;' some hand-ebroidered styles; sizes 8 to 14 years; specially priced for T .' Monday from $3.98 to $15.00 m Clark Handicap May 20 IN LOVELY NEW DESIGNS. The Juvenile Stakes May 22. Bashford Manor Stakes May 17. The Kentucky Oaks May 27. Frank Fehr Stakes May 24. The view from your windows is an picture a beautiful moving picture, if you will. FIRST RACE RUN AT 2:15 P. M. SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY. Then why Kide it with heavy, clothy curtains? And again, when your house is seen from the outside lfa,ta"Jl2:i7Sr?;,rMihta it is the appearance of the windows that is first noticed. You want them attractive, don't you? MACKIN COUNCIL CHORAL CLUB Quaker Craft Lace Curtains will veil your home from S 6 passersby without obscuring your view or shutting out the light and air. A. Musical Conceit in Two Conceptions. Quaker Craft Lace Curtains are the latest developseats $1.00. Seats now on sale at Macanley's box office Prices $1.00 75c, 50c, 25c. Bos ment in window draperies. MACAULEY'S THEATER TIN SOLDIERS' -- PRESENTS Girls' Dresses $1.98 to $4.50 Splendid showing of Girls' Dresses; made of fine quality materials, ginghams, corded pique and repps; beautiful styles; jacket and jumper effects. Some have dainty whito guimpes; solid colors, white and pretty plaids; sizes 6 to 14 years; specialy priced for Monday from $1.98 to $4.50 Girsl' Princess Slips O0c to $1.50. Girls' Princess Slips; made of fine quality lingerie cloth and neatly mado and seco silk; trimmed with laco or embroidery; sizes 6 to 18 years. Special Monday 00c to $1.50 it Children's 30c Gowns 25c. Gowns; Children's Cambric tucked yoke; full length, and width; sizes 2 to 10 years; value 39c. Monday special 25c Children's 17c Drawers 10c. Children's Drawers; mado of good quality muslin and cluster of tucks; sizes 2 to 12 years; value 17c. Special Monday 10c Girls' 50c Gowns 30c. Girls' Cambric Gowns; neat yoke; finished tucked with ruffle; full width and length; sizes 8 to 14 years; value 50c. Special Monday 30c soft-finish i ' $ Quaker Craft Lace Net; x Quaker Craft Laco Net; In attractive new effects; will y Theso laces are 44 Inches wide make pretty curtains; it Is 40 and como in beautiful novelty Inches wide and worth 35c; on patterns; good for bungalow sale Monday at, per yard....25c 35c curtains; per yard .Quaker Craft Laco Net; Marquisette; double-threa- d In dainty now spring patterns, A mercerized in modern and novelty deMarquisette, in a splendid signs; it is 40 inches wide and quality; this material makes per at, priced specially dainty curtains; worth 26c; yard 50c 18c price, per yard Quaker Craft Laco Net; Quaker Craft Lnco Curtains; Shown In many- lovely and double and twisted made with designs; it Is 40 attractive h edge; they thread, Inches wide and worth 75c; yards long and are 3 and 3 specially priced for Monday at, v at, per excellent qualities . .. .05c x per yard.. pair $1.50 Cretonnes; Quaker Craft Laco Curtains; of exact reproductions In These curtains are also made Goebelln tapestries; a lovely twisted double and with edge and material for draperies and thread, covers; 36 inches wide and are 3 and 3 3 yards long; worth 35c; special, at per : Call worth ?2.75; on sale at, per yara ju pair $2.25 Sunfast Drapery; Quaker Craft Lace Curtains; In absolutely tub and sunfast T These are exact copies of real colors; beautiful colorings in French curtains; are 3 and plain and mixed shades; reg- yards long and worth 31 ular price G5c; special at, $4.00; specially priced at, per What yard 50c pair $3.00 , i ! - NEXT WEEK IS Kentucky Irish American Week AT- i. lock-stitc- EXHIBIT HALL Fourth and Broadway EVERYBODY WELCOME. ADMISSION FREE. , For Puzzle Contest Blank and Win That $10 Gold Piece and Other Valuable Prizes I ! Colored Dress Materials For Summer G Crcpo Tussnh Cloth In a beautiful range of colors; Black and specially priced for $1.10 sizes 44-lnc- $ lock-stit- ch h All-wo- ol 1-- White ol Imported Checks All l-.- $1.50 HIBERNIANS. They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes.' 4.1MMM"I-I"M''IfrM-frM'- W THE BY WORD OF EVERY IRISH AMERICAN iGO TO HALPIN' AND SAVE $5.00 Men's Real $20 Clothes The daylight meeting of Division la3t Sunday afternoon was well attended. The divisions of Dinghamton, N. Y., arc organizing a Gaelic athletic association. California Hibernians will hold their State convention at San Diego early in August. 3 . Men's Real $3 Straw Hats For $15.00 Fori MPSN CILOTIrINC INC0R79RATCP sa.oo Louisville ft C, 8r 1HMI tm. M. J. BANNON, Fourth Avcf at Jefferson I made. VH"H"1"M-H"1"l-- -I the Cathedral, receiving holy communion in a body. Ladles' Auxiliary 3 of San Franmeeting and cisco held an open county fair Wednesday night, for which great preparations had been In on Monday, May 22. Covington Hibernians took part in the opening of the May devotions first meeting this month initiated thirty new members. The Hibernians of Burlington, Iowa, are busy preparing for the State convention next month. The County Board will discuss the coming State convention at the meeting Wednesday evening. Rev. Father Fitzgerald, of St. Leo's church, will the address members of Division 4 at an early date. The Hibernian Social Club and Ladles Auxiliary realized quite a nice sum from their Gait House dance. Archbishop Christie was present and delivered the address at the opening of the Hibernian fair at Portland, Ore. The next dance of the Hibernian Social Club and Ladies' Auxiliary will be given at Schreiber's Hall Division 3 of Home, N. Y., at Its sacrament of confirmation and a h Tailor Suiting T T Foulard social entertainment was arranged urepe jusi ion ngnt weignr. ror Plaids, stripes and checks; also 3. in honor of tho event. Those conspring drosses. Fifteen good col- Riifrnhln for snort co.its. snor.lal r firmed ranged from little tots in the ors in this lot. Only 75c for $1.50 and $1.75 juvenile department to middle-age- d Late News That Will Interest & women of tho Benior reformatory. 4 Mil Members Here and During the morning there was fun for the youngsters, a special dinner, and during tho afternoon those ffitf&ff5ffi&?A confirmed received their friends Tho sacrament of I Indianapolis Assembly will confer and relatives. confirmation was administered Sun- - the fourth on May 28. day afternoon by Bishop O'Donag-- l There are 400 members in the hue, assisted by Fathers Vallely, council at Akron, Ohio. Nino of the Fallon and Driscoll. Oklahoma City Knights will had received baptism ltiate many new members May 21. Saturday and twenty-thre- e of themj There were seventy-si-x in the made their first communion Sun- - class initiated last week at Indian-da- y morning. Tho following bers of tho Queen's Daughters acted recently initiated at Members as sponsors for confirmation: Mrs. Denver have brought In twenty Thomas, Miss Mary Coady and plications. Men, use your eyes. Focus them Miss Rose Golden. on this insurance members welcome the line of Shoes in our windows. Then come, in and see news that the July assessment has TWIN CITY LEAGUE. 'been omitted. how good they look on feet. F..ur,cl?B0?am,,?s wer? pIyedl Seventeen candidates were reCity League last in tho lnto the order on Sun(lay at day, the Champs having a narrow Longmont, Col. escape from defeat at the hands of Slxty.nlne formeu the charter the the Trinity 'team,1 membership of the new council at winning by a 6 to 5 score, tho lat- - Manhattan, Kas. consid- ter having strengthened d B, h Bk Llm erably and will be heard from dur- - attendedP the Mlssourl state convening the rest of the season. The t,on at Maryvlllo. mum of colubds. 42-inc- h All-wo- ol 54-lnc- All-wo- MtMIKIt Dress SHOPS For Business J j LJ For mem-'apoli- s. ap-Jo- For All Occasions I Sun-'celv- ed ( tail-ender- s. irmiMUT P. BANNON, JR., ta.t.,T..t..t..Tl 1 ,ir ttfttiii Sowitary. it i LAWRENCE J. VEENEHAH. r. vim rm. I Tmk. P. BANNON PIPE CO. t X T Sewer asd Calvert Pipe, Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steaa Conduits, Wall Coping", Drain Tile. Yitrified Brick, jl nrerroonng, nae Lining, ire BrlcK Grate and Boiler Tile, Groand Fire Clay, Chimney "Jobs. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY X WORKS Mt"H-l-M"H"l"H"Hp'H- i CUMB. MAIN 507. 13th cud Breck. and Magaolls Ave., Bet. 9th sad lOtb. J"H'H"M"H' IIIIIIIHtHOII H-573-1786. The County Board will meet next Wednesday evening at Bertrand Hall and President Connelly requests a full attendance of the delegates. The Hibernian Rifles and every member of the order in Columbus, Ohio, will turn out tomorrow morning and receive holy communion at St. Patrick's church. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Romo and Utica, N. Y., are increasing their membership. In Rome a ban quet followel the initiation of a class of twelve candidates. Many prominent Hibernian- leaders took part in the recent indignation meeting which denounced England for the cold blooded murders of tho Dublin revolutionists. DERBY TODAY. to beforo Union Councll to 5 game and Bertrands. The councll at Little Rock cele beat the Orioles in an 8 to 3 game. by Spirited contests are featured again brated its tenth anniversary for an impressive exemplification a for tomorrow, as Mackln Is due large class. t play Its old rival, the Trinity to Michael Farrell and Frank Zoel-lclub, and much rooting will be in represented Now Albany Counmeet cil at tho Indiana State convention evidence, while Bertrands their old contenders for second at Lafayette. honors every season, the Olympic Last week was a busy one in Inclub. The K. of C. will play the diana. Loogootee added sixty memleague, the bers, South Bend seventy-fiv- e newcomers In the and Orioles, and tho latter claim they Decatur forty-severeputation for themwill make a Sunday was the biggest and most selves by 1)elng the first to beat successful day the Knights of Alton, candidates tho leaders. The Champs will play 111., ever had, sixty-fiv- e the Imperials and the former will receiving the third degree. Fifty members of the May festival have to improve in their playing to beat the boys from Schnltzelburg. chorus rendered numbers at the jubilee minstrels of Elder Council The standing to date: W. L. Pet oi) Tuesday night at Cincinnati. Clubs. Utica Knights have wiped out the 1,000 0 5 K.of C 1 .750 mortgage on their beautiful home 3 Mackin They now pur1 .765 on Genesee street. 3 Bertrands 1 .750 pose building a largo addition that 3 Champs 1 3 .240 will contain hall, lodge room, gymOrioles 1 .250 nasium, bowling alleys and a boys' 3 , Imperial. 1 3 .250 club room. Olympics 4 .000 0 Trinity FANS S1ILL LOYAL. Members of tho Twin City League In a 7 club in aU3 game, while Mac- - addregg ' or r V- ROSTONIANS Men. " n. - you ivaa.i'q hero;loRlcal for style, to Ret your new spring1 shoes hero is quality, perfect fitting, and, nbovo all, Individuality. Both high and low models for the new season, all ready for you. Everything that Is style-goo- d and quality good. They are mlehtv. mlchtv clever. MpMU's . (An Expert Will PHI Your Jlnil Order Instantly.) J C&fffi&v& 417-41- 0 Fourth Ave., Louisville. Nuckola are requested to watch for the announcement In theso columns next week, which Is sure to be of Interest to not only tho members but the followers of the different teams. Realizing the Interest In tho world's series every fall and to show Its interest in the Twin City Leagu6 tho Kentucky Irish American will send two members of the league to the big event In tho fall, with all expenses paid. Watch for this BALL PLAYERS Raise your average with a Mascot Bat. Win the game with a MASCOT OLDBARBEE The Beit Straight Whiiky On Earth NO. J. BARBEE INCORPORATE) &"'C'W. legiatered DXatf .No. 32 - .773Q i West Mai FONTAINE FERRY. Fontaine Ferry Park tomorrow enters upon the second week of the 1916 season and another banner is promised. bill of vaudeville Headlining the week's prograinmo will be Earlo Reynolds and Nellie Donegan, presenting their beautiful and elaborate novelty In dancing and skating. They have only recently returned from a long tour of Australia and India, and in thoir tour of this country they are an attractive programme. Joe Keno and Elsie Green are on he new bill and will present a pleasing combination of singing, dancing and comedy. Their new offering is said to be superior to any in which the gifted pair have over been seen. Another duo of much promise is that of Fred and Adele Astalre. The addition of the una-fo- n to the band by Sl. Natlello has given rise to much favorable comment from the park has a beautinatrons. The una-fo- n ful tone and Its blending with the other Instruments makes Indeed a HAPP1" DA" POU SI harmonious combination. The gate Sixty charges of the SistenJ ot the coupons are proving very popular Good Shepherd were made happy at with Ferry patrons and a noticeable t on Bank street on increase in park attendance is re unday tbey received the ported over other season three-year-oes three-year-olds pre-nentl- There has never been a Kentucky Derby run off, or for that matter ld any other stake decided in this country, that could boast of as brilliant array of ellgt-blas are named to go dn the Kentucky Derby this afternoon. There has never been such a stake run in this country which has had as probimT able starters ported from England that wore stake winners on the turf in that country. The stage is set at Churchill Downs and indications are that all previous records will foe broken. Manager Winn, President Grainger and Secretary Applegate have everything ready to accommodate the greatest crowd that ever witnessed an outdoor afternoon's recreation auywhere In all America. Aside from the great Derby there are seven other big stakes to be run off during this meeting, Including such evnts as the Kentucky Oaks race, the Clark Handicap and the Debutante, Bashford Manor, Juvenile and Frank Fehr Stakes. Tho Louisville team will .play again at Milwaukee this afternoon, tomorrow and Monday, making a series of four games in all, with Clark's team, and judging by tho spirit displayed here between the two clubs tho Milwaukee fans are The In for some exciting sport. Colonels' admirers and rooters hero believe that the club has recovered from its disastrous spurt and before returning to Eclipse Park will redeem themselves. Their little string of losses is just another one of those uncertainties in the game of baseball that make It the great American pastime, the result of a single game or a series of games always being In doubt. After the proud record of twelve straight wins If Louisville continued that streak all through the trip many of tho would have grown tired monotony and it would be frequently remarked, "Oh, well, Wathen has too strong a team for this league," etc., and as in tho case of Connie Mack's Athletics their steady streak of victories kept people away from the park, being assured in advance as to the result The team still looks good and there could be no beneficial change "made In the present lineup, and the pitching staff is as strong as any of tho other association clubs. When the team strikes their proper stride they will win at least 50 per cent, of the road contests. Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where tho homo brightest; Where tho work lightest; Whero the meal cooked best; Where tho range stands Where work Is quickly done; Whcro cooking seems real fan; light; Whcro baking gives de- "Quick Meal" comes In. Qalok Meal Gaa Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly llecomraeaded the test That's where the Whcro drudge Is out ot sight That's whero the "Quick Meal" comes in. GEHER & SON, 215 W. MARKET ST BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA WHISKY IT JS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky ELECTED DELEGATE. John RItz, who represented St. Commandery of the Edward's Knights of St. John of New Albany at the State Council at Oldenburg, was elected one of the Indiana dele gates to the Supreme Council to he held dn Detroit next month.