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OrdM) PUT 5?HAT IN YOUR rrPB AND SMOKE IT K lCr THE PRIDE 41 OUR FACTORY Kentucky Iri Oil NO. 21. ing a floral tribute this council has decided to send $15 to tho Catholic Church Oxtenslon Society, McCor-mlc- k building, Chicago, upon the death of a brother member for tho purchase of a chalice In his memory, to be sent to some poor misThe chalice will sion. bear the name of the member in whose memory it is given, as well as the namo of the council who gave it. This Is an example worthy of Imitation by many of our other Catholic El Nolno AMERICAN "lw t Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. K VOLUME XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1916. mT mW PRICE FJVE CENTS. REPUBLICANS Becoming Less Afraid of Roosevelt and Now Openly Attack Him. V . S &, iii"H"iHH"iiiiHHssHHHHHHHHHHHHH ' " " ' ,t the emptiness ofthe guarantees Government. 'Cartoons Insulting the Pope are iflaunted openly and like tho Nnnvn in .'Derlodicals izSyfe?'"' sssl sH Antolgla and tho Rlvlsta Massonlca . &a$3t's'i Hi the scandalous, attacks are HfiL HI made most him. r HI on J IH G. O. P. Editor Cites Teddy's ORPHAN PICNIC. BSM v2H? Indeed only ten years after the Losing Fights In the Past - f" Hi ' law was enacted the' Government " Tho second meeting of tho CathMfcrtOfr'1'''?'"'!!! .Jlr?s L tWJ?'"1'wi'i HHEJtwrfewWIMMiMftt rV Few Years. failed to protect, the. funeral proolic Orph in Society In K. of C. cession of Plus ,Xi to the Basilica Hall drew a large and enthusiastic of St. Laurence, and allowed the 1 audience Monday night, when the mob to organize a hostile demonfollowing parishes were represtration and to attempt to throw Confidence Duo to Fact That sented: Cathedral, St. Mary Magtho body of the dead Popo Into the dalene's, St. Cecilia, St. Louis BerPresident "Wilson Is Not fiber. tram!, St. Charles Borromeo, St. Improving Position. Every Pope who has been raised John, St. Columba, St. Frances of to tho chair since then has given Rome, St. James, St. Philip Nerl expression to protests similar to and Sacred Heart. Gratifying reports were made by the Chairmen those of (Plus IX., In tho encyclical, 'Ad Beatlsslml." Our present Holy CANDIDATES FOR NEXT YEAR of various committees. Few of them have selected their full quota of rather, Benedict XV., says: "Too Is desired to have members. It long has the church been curtailed the members of the committees of Its necessary freedom of action, selected from as many of tho parever since the head of the church, The Republican leaders and their ishes as possible, and in order that mKKKMmmmWiimWKSMmws the Supreme Pontiff, began to lack followers In the East have begun appropriate selections may be made that defence of his freedom which to fight Ropsevelt openly In the past a mass meeting has been called 1 UNITED STATES ARMY IN MEXICO. SUPPLYING (he providence of God had raised few days and are delivering some Long lines of army wagons as shown in photo are constantly making their way next Monday night at tho K. of the border hot broadsides In regard to his for Hall of all Catholics, male and line to the various supply bases of the army In Mexico. The sandy soil prohibits tho from of automo- up during the course of centuries use Tho loss of that protection has incandidacy. Several weeks ago the C, female, young and old, and supply trains. t evitably caused no light anxiety In Roosevelt organs launched a cam- ers will be called for from the work bile audithe Catholic body; for all the chilpaign for Teddy and opeply dared ence. dren of the Roman Pontiff, whether country life problems must admit the G. O. P. to repudiate him, the Lunch The Dairy bluff working at first, but now the Lee R. Yates, Chairman, Committee, near or living afar, have a right that tho church Is an Important so far apRepublicans have taken courage and pointed are as follows, although not to be left in doubt concerning factor in answering the questions are In the attitude of telling him other names will be added herewhich those problems present. The common of their the possession go and do his "durndest," as they to strengthening of the church and the father of a true and undeniable him, and are sin- after: will win without extension of Its social activities in freedom In the exercise of his WillMesdames M. cere In believing that ho can't hold iam Mcehan, John T. HIgglns, C. A. the community is much to be deapostolic ministry." In 1905 Plus A. Hoerter, strength In line. the Progressive Walschmltt, John Gorman, Mike How the Scpcration of Church sired. InBut such assistanceto can not Over What Is Meant by the X. wrote: "It Is of vital Importance The following Is a sample of the Coughlln, come sectarthe form of aid for the Roman Pontiff to be In John Mulloy Murphy, and State Is Being Interfered Temporal Power of tho Is taken opinion and Republican ian endeavors carried on under eallty and In the opinion of tho Thomas McDonough, Frank Elvln, from the card of a Massachusetts Harry Veeneman, State auspices. All of the people Pope. With. public In every way Independent of James McCarthy, Republican editor to the New York of tho community Catholics and every civil power, and to assure Munch, W. G. Davles, Frank Sun: Jews and unbelievers contribute this no other means has so far E. G. Schafer, Lula Grady, "This year what happened to to the funds which support our pubexcept the establishment Roosevelt and his friends In Cali- Lizzie Hale, Herman Klefer, Annie Silly Claims of Those lic institutions. They most logically Well That Position of tho Holy been found Who Are can object to the use of these inMary of an Independent territory." E. fornia? The regular Taft Republi- Nevlls. Henry Wolf, Nellie Meyer, Edward with Scliuck, cans refused to compromise Father Should Bo Clearly stitutions for the exclusive propaHostile to tho Catholic CENTENNIAL AT BARDSTOWN. them in any way, Ignored them en- Brady; Misses Josle McCormack, ganda of any particular portion of Itcllgion. Understood. Sheekey, Alice tirely, with the result that the Vlnnle Sheekey, the community, no matter how well During the second week in July the Adele Adelberg, Margaret Norton, regular Republicans carried intended the efforts thus aided may will be celebrated the hundredth Ray McGuIre, Mary Desse, Cathprimary by 50,000 plurality. be. This Is a point on which we anniversary of St. Joseph's church "What happened to Roosevelt and erine Johnson, Katie Devine, Lillian must emphatically insist. Catholics first Cathedral his friends In Massachusetts? They Devlne, Caroline Adelberg, Edna Object to Use of Public Institu- will continue to oppose this effort Roman Pontiff Should Bo Inde- in Bardstown, the arrangements of are this diocese, and wore snowed under In the primary. Lanahan, Ruth Lanahan, Mayme to make our public educational espendent of Every Civil tions For Any Exclusive under way to honor the occasion "What happened to Roosevelt In Johnson, E. HIgglns, Mary tablishments annexes to Protestant with fitting and Imposing ceremonHe stumped Propaganda. Power. New York in 1914? Annie McSweeney, Maggie activities. This is the proper and ies, worthy of tho founders of this every county in the State and at- McSweeney, Mablo Hale, Pauline only stand for them to take. In historic house of worship. No tacked Gov. Whitman as Barnes Hale, Edith Dowling, and Messrs. all our Commonwealths the Catholic church west of tho Allegheny candidate and tried to defeat him, Lee R. Yates, Henry A. Wolff, Robinhabitants should be alert and dewith the result that Whitman was ert T. Knopp, William Stammer-ma- THE PROPER AND ONLY STAND mand that these attempts on the EMPTINESS OF THE GUARANTEES Mountains has a more eventful history, or Is more dearly loved by tho elected by 145,000 plurality. part of Protestant bodies to gain Thomas John M. Mulloy, Catholic world than this time hon"In the State of Pennsylvania the Mulloy, John Murphy, S. S. Green-wel- l, assistance through public agencies ored and classic structure in which same year Roosevelt attacked SenStephen Wlckham, John should cease. And such cessation, many of the ablest divines of the ator Penrose, who was a candidate SchnelL William Hablch, Albert It may bo said, should take place at Almost dally every week messages denominations In this country have of State The separation and once. for United States Senator, with the Hablch, August C. Wolf, Albert C. B. of C. V. appear in the dally press to tho labored, and which is not only a result that Penrose was elected by Brand, George Schumate, Barney Church Is a matter much insisted effect that this belligerent power landmark In the geography of tho It is de236.000 plurality. Campbell, A. Montedonlco, Jr., John upon in- this country. WILL SING FIRST MASS. clared to bo an important feature or that has entered into a compact State, but a monument to those "This proves that when a man Is Scully. wrong he can not repeat his wrong by which the early Catholic pioneers who gave to On next Thursday,jMay Harry T. Colgan and John A. of the American idea. "Patriots" 25, at with tho Vatican and the people who were misled in jjoyie are memners or cue juxecu declaim loud and long on the dan 9:30 o'clock, in tOTmornragt tho temporal power of the Pope Is to this church some of its most bril- 1912 can not be misled In 1916. tlvo Committee, the other names ger or Us nullification by tho forces Rev. James J. Maloney will be or- bo restored. On the subject of That Catholicism will dained to the holy priesthood by temporal power of the' Pope there beautiful edifice possible. A statue The people of this country have being published last week. Ag- of Rome. made up their minds to elect a Re- gressive work Is needed to realize destroy this happy condition of af the Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghue, Is much confusion of thought, and commemorative of the santlflcatlon publican President, and if the Chi- the financial results that tho pro- fairs in America has been repeatedly Bishop of Louisville, at St. Mary (t Is well that the position of the of the church Is being erected a few massive stone In cago convention has the good sense moters have In view. The Chair- announced to us. It Is in fact one Magdalene church, Brook and Col- Holy Father should be clearly un- yards thatfront of the tho entrance. lead up to and sound judgment to nominate n men of the committees are all prom- of the bugbears of the lege, and on the following Sunday, derstood. On September 20, 1870, steps campaign. Little Is said, how- May 28, at 10:30 a. m., he will tho Italian forces entered Rome This statue Is to be life size, sur- straight out Republican there will inent Catholics and are putting Inmounting a massive cut stone pedesof celebrate his first solemn mass at through a encroachments be no such thing as defeat for tho itiative and force back of their ever, of the in the walls of ital, and will bo in perfect keeping on Republican party in this campaign. work. This Is being supplemented Protestantism this principle. Sacred Heart church, Seventeenth the city at breach the Porta Pla, and de- with the other statues now In front 1U IIUIIUUUIU uu uyuBiuiu WUUIU uu by advice and practical help from This is not because much could not and Broadway. His pastor, the be said. In our State Institutions Rev. Patrick Walsh, will preach tho prived the Pope of the temporal 'of tho church. The foundation and suicide." Now for the Democratic stand- well known Catholic ladies and and our public schools the sermon; Rev. Joseph McAleer will sovereignty that had been held base are now being constructed and the from all parts point. Conceding that Wilson will gentlemen great gathering is ofconfidenominations have been at act as deacon, Rev. Joseph Wlcklo and exercised In the interests of are massive and substantial in the work for some time to make these as subdeacon, and Rev. John Fallon the Catholic church and Christian .extreme, for as Rev. C. J. O'Connell be renominated, the conservative city. A for next for over a thousand 'says, "Ho Is not building for today, men In the partv are beginning to dently expected mass meetingMonday places centers of Protestant propa- will bo the master of ceremonies. civilization night, when a of all ganda. The proposal for Bible readThe work of but for the ask themselves If ho will bo strong Catholics, as above stated, will be Father Maloney entered upon his years. There was no element of (construction future." under way and Is well ing in tho schools is one phase of studies in the college at St. Meinrad, worldly ambition In the assumption enough to defeat a Republican nomthis movement. Weakened as they ind., in September, 1905, Imme of temporal sovereignty on tho part) will bo completed In ample time inee outside of Roosevelt. There held. Once Europe was for tho centennial. have been Tjy their endorsement of diately after finishing school In the of the Popes. can bo no Question but that Wilson to Christianity, tho the present system of public instruc- parish where he will now have tho converted has lost ground in the last several tion, they are endeavoring to re- happiness of celebrating his first temptation arose among temporal weeks, regardless of the w jjjwmm coup by taking over the products solemn mass. press who are busy dally abusing He is the son of eoveroigns to acquire and use the system for tho advancement Garrott and Hannah of this spurning the "hyphenated and Dougherty spiritual influence of the Pope for HbHbHbVi of their own ideas at tho expense Maloney, and has a wide circle of the promotion of political objects. vote," as they term It, and claim all of the rest for Wilson. The oi the state. Even if such pressure were not friends in this city. policy of tho administration In MexIn the agricultural colleges has brought to bear tho fact of the practice been particularly this ico hasn't won a single friend for Popo being a citizen of any parSACRED HEART CIICRCH. HbHbHbHbHbHbHbHbHbHbHbbbbbbHbHbHbbHbHI HbHbHbHbHbHbHbWHbHbbbhhbHbHbbHbHbHbbV marked. This the Ceneral Bureau the Democratic party. The hagglln.g ticular power would give rise to HbHbHbHbHbHbbHbHbHbHbHKHbbHbHbHbHbHH Ih1hsh1hIshI hS HbHbHbHbHbHbHbbbbHbbVABHbHbHbHbHbhV of the Central Vereln has noted bewith Carranza while the other cutEverybody is planning to attend the presumption In outside nations P9P1hbHbHbHHHsHHHHbHbHbHbHbbbI1 fore. The rural Protestant church the May festival and candy pulling that when acting in his spiritual throat was allowed to get further Is falling into decay. away disgusted pretty nearly everyIt has been for the benefit of the Sacred Heart capacity he would bo swayed by the deeply Injured by tho conflict with school, which takes place Monday political allegiance. one. Then the attitude The one and Its rival churches of other denomin- afternoon and evening in the school of Wilson and his Cabinet drove the IhhhhhhhhhhhhhW hhhh! satisfactory means that n vote, of whldh It ations. It Is seeking now to resus- hall at Seventeenth and Broadway. enly been devised for delivering has the citate itself through the assistance For this event the ladies of tho ever must be conceded there "was 20 n?r JhhhhhhhhhhW' vhhhhV cent, at least of that vote In the which tho State agricultural col- Altar Society have been working Catholic church from such diff-a OJShhhhI! leges can give it. At Purduo Uni- very quietly but very efficiently, and iculties was to make the Pope HBHHHlfl Democratic party, and the last but HHHHHj versity, the State Institution of In equally successful are the managers temporal sovereign, with a territory not least is threatened loss of powers. 'i'-'HssHsHH vote and support bediana, for example, an annual of the country store. The afternoon Independent of the temporal JV p HbHbHbHH cause of the statement made and church conference was held during will be given over to the children, And a temporal sovereign the Holy not successfully denied that Roger tno present month. Not one Cath- and genial company Insures a most Father was through the centuries JhbHbHbHbHH HbHbHbHbd olic pi Jest was on the programme, enjoyable evening to the great num- until his power was destroyed and Casement and his friends were beHHHsHsHsH HsHssHsHH i trayed Into the hands of tho British last year not one was even Invited ber df people who will make this the rights of Catholics throughout to the meeting. by tho Wilson administration. That Is plainly a the occasion for a reunion of old the world violated by the atheistical It gathering In tho Interest this is believed by many is shown of the and new friends of Rev. Patrick Government of Italy. In the overflow mass meetings in A protest was made by Catholics Protestant rural churches and the Walsh and the parish. There will HIHIHIHHHHIHHH Now York City and elsewhere this extension and upbuilding of their be booths, wheels and refreshments, against the unwarranted attack week when Wilson's name was work in the rural communities. and all who attend are assured a upon tho independence of the Pope roundly hissed. Again our President Bulletins sent out from the uni- really good time. This Is the only and Italy's answer to the protest versity have announced this confer- affair given by the Sacred Heart was the "Law of Guarantee." What has ever been ready to protest against the massacre of Armenians, ence as taking place on the dates church during the year, and always is that law? On May 15, 1871, the set forth. Surely .this Is directly brings out a large gathering. tho persecution of Jews in Russia 'I'm " """ a law Italian Parliament passed AMBASSADOR TO RUSSIA. aiding sectarian enterprises In their and the treatment of Belgians, but whereby the Pope's person was to AMBASSADOR TO GERMANY. David R. Francis, now in charge activities. to dato there has been no expression to These efforts HAD HAPPY DAY. Petro-grabe sacred and inviolable; Insult or James W. Gerard, who hus handstrengthen the Protestant country from him concerning the cold-- , of United States affairs at Injury to the Pope was to be treated led the submarine controversy satismooacu muraer oi me lnsn revoluchurches through State aid and the Last Sunday was a happy day for on a par with the Insult or Injury factorily. focusing of attention on their the little children sheltered at St. to tionists by John Bull, or protest at the King's person; royal honors rnresT's jubilee. problems through conferences under Joseph's Orphanage. the action of his English friends In It was their were to be paid to the Pope; he "BUST EVER." carrying the man Connolly from a State auspices Is not of entirely re- annual celebration and an event was to have the right to tho cusTho Rev. Joseph A. Glennon be- cent origin. hospital and bracing him against It dates back to a looked for with intense interest. The tomary guards; the Popo was to Mackln Council Choral Club, pretho wall to be shot. This pretty, gan Sunday tho celebration of the number of years ago. The monthly orphans were brought Into the city at "Tin near expiuiuu wuy uiu nuyuuncaua silver jubilee of his ordination to bulletin of the Missouri State and were met at St. Boniface church receive an annual endowment for senting tho firstSoldiers" tho week, half of believe they can win without Teddy, tho priesthood, and the Annuncia- Board of Agriculture April, by the Knights of St. John, Cath- tho needs of the Papal court and for tion as they see Wilson getting weaker. street, church, 1650 North Paulina 1914, in its report of the Missouri olic Knights Uniform Rank and tho the upkeep of the churches; the achieved tho blesest success of Its Club mainChicago, of which he is pas- Country Llfd Conference, career. A group of local Democrats tho shows St. Joseph Orphan Society, who Vatican and Lateran palaces, as tained ItsTho Choral high reputation, as those at the same time other day in discussing the State tor, golden anniversary of celebrated that a great part of tho conference acted as escort to St. Elizabeth well as tho Villa of Castol songs the its found- was devoted to the problems of the church, where Rev. Father Assent wore to remain the property who heard the muslo and convention to bo held at Lexington ing. Archbishop work of Mundelein, Bishop Protestant Wednesday predicted that all would i churches. The first and his people had prepared an of the Pope. These articles were and witnessed the perfect the best Bishop proclaim speaker on the programme dwelt bo harmonious and drifted Into dis- - Muldoon, Auxiliary Pope and all engaged the chorus accomplished it by Aulyn to and more than 100 of the upon tho weakening of the churches elaborate reception. Quite a num- In Bssure the municipal cueslon of next year's spiritual government of tho work ever Misses Susan Chrlstoph, ber of Louisville priests assisted at the election. One man was of the opin- clergy took part in tho various through "tho old sectarian spirit" the solemn vespers and benediction, church, as well as the College of Kanston. Charley Cronan services, seven of the latter being and of tho need of burying tho dlf- - and an eloquent and feeling sermon Cardinals assembled In conclave, Bertha Cohn, Evelyn Johnson and ion that Sheriff Father Glen- lerences wnicn had led to this con- was preached by the Rev. H. J. complete liberty of communication Netty Fenton surpassed all expectawould make a pretty good candidate sons of the parish. for the Democrats to select as their non was born In Louisville, Ky In dition of affairs. "The Church in Rothheut, pastor of St. Francis of with the Catholic world and exemp- tions and won lmmdelate favor with Mayoralty timber, while others 1860. He was educated at St. Country Development," Assist church. After the services tion from Interference with their tho audiences, while tho work of Life Ignatius College, Chicago, and St "Church Administration," "The Thomas D. Cllnes, Charles Parsons Bpokp of Charley Grainger, the orphans were entertained at papers and the like. Head, Peter Lee Atherton Mary's, Baltimore, and was ordained Plan and Its Purpose," deal- dinner, when they rendered several letters, have these guarantees boen and Aulyn Kanston was all that How could be desired. The chorus was and Ben Washer. Drifting from in ChicagoHeIn 1891 by Archbishop ing with tho problems of rebuilding pleasing numbers in appreciation of observed? PJus IX. knew that perfect and in their pretty and became pastor of An- the church, were among the sub- the treatment accorded them. that office it was the unanimous Feehan. on the part striking costumes made a protbero was no Intention jects discussed, all being treated by opinion that Loralne Mix would be nunciation church In 1910. of the usurper that they should be nounced hit, being superior to many Protestant ministers. In addition, a about tho strongest timber available FORTY HOURS. 'kept, and that they wero simply a presented., here by professional comHELP BUILDING FUND. professor from the Bible College, for County Judge, while Will Holley tho The Ladies' Sewing Circle of the conducted in conjunction with the would make a strong contestant in Tomorrow morning the Forty devise to hush up forth protests that, panies, throughout Sisters of Mercy at 1152 East Slate University at Columbia, seme 'county raee. to Hours' Adoration will begin at St. ctfd been called BELLEVUE. Broadway will give their annual which publicity has been given by Columba's church with a solemn the world and which threatened uneuchre and lotto next Wednesday that institution, spoke on "Means high mass, with the Rev. Father pleasant consequences to Italy. The KNIGHTS SET BXASIPLB. d Rev. Gerald Connolly, Just orand Thursday. china of Rural Progress"." It waB a thor- John. Kalaher, the pastor, as the stipulations of tho law were subol the and fine needlework by the Sisters oughly Protesfant programme, and celebrant. These impressive devo- mitted to him before they oame dained and who celebrated his first One of the . councils Knights of Columbus in an Eastern will be awarded. The proceeds will the speeches were published In full tions will continue until Tuesday, to Parliament and his criticism mass on Sunday at the Immaculate Conception church at Newport, has 'oltf hac adopted a very beautiful be devoted to the building fund. by the State of Missouri and dis- and while they continue a number was; Those who attend are assured a tributed by It. of visiting priests will assist Father mannr of rememborins their "It is no easy task to decide been iappoIted assistant pastor at All who are conversant with Kalaher. members. Instead of snd- - really delightful time. St. Anthony's church, Bellevue. whether absurdity, cunning or t V . ".' v ', . ''$& -- jivjS' HJ HI tempt .played he largest pSft devising tlfem." And Pius IX. was rinhtX ."The an"- -' nual endowment .has never bae'n claimed and has of course never been paid. It is only .those "who vlalt Rome realize the Invidious . vrHAlF of-th- o HADF pdjfltton. of the Holy ,vFatheiand That Out of tho Irish Uprising Home Rulo May Bo Granted. Efforts For Reconciliation Between Sir Edward Carson mid John Redmond. Sir Roger CasciiicntCommlttcd on tho Charge of High Treason. ASQUITH FOR PRIVY COUNCIL 0 H I -- ii --- -" tsit'tT-mK'sv",m''i- ' Pa BUGBEAR CONFUSION Stler-Btette- r, ' Stam-rnerma- n, n, - Hopes are now entertained that martial law will soon be repealed In Ireland and conditions will have reverted to their normal state. At any rate. It should be possible to dispense with all exceptional measures by July, In which event tho great annual pilgrimage of the Reek takes place. Tho Reek, known as Croagh Patrick, is tho Mount Zlon of the Emerald Isle. For on its summit St. Patrick is said to have wrung from tho angel many promises for the salvation of the people he had made his own. From London tho news up to Thursday was to the effect that while Premier Asqulth remains in Ireland seeking a solution of tho Irish problem, efforts are being made on the English side of the Irish Sea to bring together Sir Edward Carson, the Ulster leader, and John Redmond, leader of the Nationalists, in the hopo that a reconciliation of the opposing factions may be effected. As far as can be learned there have been no negotiations thus far, but It Is considered; a favorable sign that Unionists nnd home rule supporters are working together and making suggestions for a compromise. The Manchester Guardian says e that David Is about to take an active part in the effort for a settlement. It is said ho has already met Sir Edward Carson and Joseph Devlin, Irish Nationalist member for Belfast, and that he has an engagement to meet Redmond. The Guardian addB that scheme for a complete settlement on home rulo lines would have powerful support In the Unionist press and that this section of the Unionist prow would Lloyd-GeorgLloyd-George- 's anti-Cathol- ic r non-Catho- lic nro-Engll- sh .- Sl Is urging a settlement. Early In tho week It was cabled from Dublin that Premier Asqulth's visit to Ireland, as far as is ascertained, has been confined to frequent conferences with tho civil and military officials. The suggestion, unofficially circulated, regarding the possibility of the formation of an Irish Executive Council for tho management of tho government of Ireland until tho end of tho war, appears to have made a good Impression In Ireland. There has been much discussion of the subject In nil quarters, but no confirmation of such a move has been given by pro-Ulste- lrnjcqn-clltabll- ly anyu bitter on the part of the Ulster"" Unionists. Tho Unionists press of London, with tho exception of the Morning Post, which ds strongly r, notBupnort !b pro-Engli- German-America- Irish-Amorlc- to l HHHHHBHHH vTHHHHHHHHl dHuHHHH i ' wr d. Mac-aule- y's Gon-dolf- o, Mc-Gavl- or Lad-don- la The Dublin correspondent of the Exchange Telegraph Company says ho understands on good authority that Premier Asqulth Is to bo sworn as a member of the Irish (Privy Council, becoming by this fact a member of the Irish Executive. This Is possibly tho first step, the correspondent adds, toward of civil administration In Ireland. Sir Roger Casement and Daniel J. Bailey wero committed for trial Wednesday for high treason. This decision was reached at the conclusion of tho preliminary hearing of these men on the charge of participating In tho Irish rebellion, which has been in progress since Monday. The date of tho trial and tho court before which It will bo held have not yet been announced. The following Is an account of the death of James Connolly, sent out Saturday from Dublin: The hand of death has kindled the flamo of fury in all Ireland. There's muttering in the streets here and a threat In conversation. For the English have shot poor, wounded James Connolly. He was hurt when he went out. His leg was In splints and those splints were honorable to the Irish. For James Connolly fell in the fighting around the Postoffice when Ireland struggled for freedom. Connolly was Commander-in-Chie- f of the Irish army of revolt. A firing squad filed out. They carried Connolly out on a stretcher. And they stood him against a wall. He couldn't stand alone, so they let him make a crutch of a gun. Connolly was pale when he faced them. Tho gray wall behind was reflected In his face. But It was not fear. It was the pallor of the prison and the sick. When tho volloy rippled away and died tho British uncovered. Brave men admire brave men, enemies though they may be. And they're burying him In a traitor's grave, PLEASANT officials. SURPRISE. Hand-painte- de-cm- Friends of Deputy Sheriff Deaay Heffernan gave him a pleasant birthday surprise Wednesday night. Knowing that he was attending a Democratic conference, they proceeded to his home, headed by a band of music, when a hurry call brought him home. Mrs. Heffernan had thrown the house open and for several hours there was a royal time. The party numbered over twenty-nv- e and brought with them many handsome birthday JKBTDXJOKIY KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. EVERY SATURDAY. ivtad te tb Social and Moral liiaactmtmtat of W AsKrlcaaa and Cattetlo Ottdally Indorsed by Aaclent Order ol Hiberalaas, Yoaag Mtrn'i loitltata and CataoKc KalRtaU of America. ' PUBLISHED KENTUCKY IBISH AMEWl.CAN PHINTINQ CO.,lcoTirud, Publlahara SINQLB COPY gc MBSCRIPTION PRICE, OND DOLLAR PER YEAR RrUratf t IRISH AJS&EteXCAJSL WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. Stewart Dry Goods Co In ConncdionAViih James , Mc Crccry & Co. NewJVork. LtTl4U t Patle flxndCI flttf. 1 lUreti ill ComaiwlMtloas the KENTUCKY IWSH AWBHIfriN.iH-2- Wet Qftea St. Due to a Numkr of Special Purchases a(TRAr(Hli!gyjcouNcjLii LOUISVILLE, KY DESTROY CHAIN THAYER. SATURDAY, MAY 20, ,1916. time and Increase the already burdensome debt that hinders Shelby- Every few months some people vjne's progress. And upon all sides In the same community receive and men are conceding that prohibition send out the chain prayer. Nothing does not prohibit nor exclude liquor evidences more the Inclination to from dry territory. superstition of the American people. Do not wait until the last moment The Catholic clergy have always condemned the practice and urged to perform your Easter duty. You their people to destroy these chain may die in the meantime. 33Efflw prayers when a note accompanying Today will be the first of a number of big days for men, at ANSWERS POPE'S MESSAGE. them promises certain joy or threatStewart's: A record low price is made for new Suits, right at ens grief to the recipient, according the start of the season, in a sale that offers choice of every has replied to President as he heeds or heeds not the warn- the message Wilson him recently by PRINCIPALS CONNECTED WITH IRISH RIOTS. sent phase of the season's styles, from the most radical to the ing to recite the prayer on nine Pope Benedict, In which the Pope Center President Patrick Pearso, of Irish republic, since executed. consecutive days and remall the expressed the earnest hope that war Above Sir ,Roger CaBement; left, Augustine BIrrell, formerly Chief prayer to nine others. Has It ever between the United States and Ger- Secretary for Ireland; right, Baron Wimborne, Lord Lieutenant. Below would not be Countess MarkIewIcz,vwho led the attack; right, Thomas McDonagh, occurred to you what an amount manysubmarine issue, precipitated by and conveyed material the impression that he hoped the signer of proclamation, since executed. postage and writing of the would be required if the chain were United States might be of assistance This sale will interest men of all aces and proportions. continued even' to the: tenth set of ultimately In restoring peace to Scoggln, the housekfleeper of St. COMING EVENTS. Stout men and slender men, whether tall or short, can be fitted Leo's rectory. Highland Park. persons? It would exceed ?69,000,- - Europe. The reply of the President Monsignor was conveyed through as well as the normally built man, and the variety of models May 22 Hibernian Social Club 000. Destroy the next chain prayer Bonzano, the Apostolic Delegate, and Ladles' Auxiliary dance at Attorney Austin E. Walsh, who will enable each man to choose freely. you receive. who delivered the Pope's message Schreibcr's Hall. last week closed a big legal case at the White House. White house 5 May Our Lady of Mercy at Montgomery, Ala., has been enNew officials refused on Wednesday to Sewing Circle May festival, at Acad- joying a sojourn on the Gulf and a BIGOTRY IN FLORIDA. discuss the Pope's message or the emy Hall, 1176 visit to New Orleans and Pensacola. East Broadway. Bigotry has reached its climax in reply of the President, but in other More than two score of the best patterns of the season are on May 30 River excursion quarters it was Indicated definitely Robert T. Barry, Washington included. Among these are plenty of the well-like- d Florida. On Easter Monday three shepherd exchange of messages had Homer Smith to Brandenburg for correspondent and former local the checks, plaids, overplaids, pin stripes, blue serges and fancy Catholic Sisters wero marched as that remotely to do with the ques- the benefit of St. Philip Nerl newspaper man, was here to visit only prisoners through the streets of St. tion of peace in Europe. The Presi- church. mixtures. These are in such fabrics as nne worsted, both hard his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Euchre and lotto, Sts. E. Barry, on Brook street, and June 8 Augustine. Their crime was that dent is understood to have Informed and soft cheviots, cassimeres, homespuns Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, afterP even crash weaves. Evervsuit is finelv attend the Derby. they had taught colored children to the Pope that he was very eager noon and evening. to keep the United States out of tailored. Take your pick of any of these read and write and to worship God. the war and would do everything Juno 21 Trinity Council moonHarvey Beck, who was at There is a law in the enlightened possible consistent with maintaining light excursion on steamer Homer forJohnshort visit to his parentshere on a State of Florida forbidding white' the honor and rights of the United Smith. West Broadway, sailed Saturday June 29 Moonlight excursion, from New Orleans for Chile, South people to teach the colored children States. Neither message will be A Satisfactory Fit Guaranteee Alterations Free. public. given by Columbia Athletic Club on America, as mineralogist for the In schools erected for them. The made steamer Homer Smith. Guggenheim syndicate. Young Beck law, though held to be unconstituEDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. July 2 Euchre and lotto given Is a graduate of St. Xavler's Coltional, was placed upon the, statute by St. Louis Bertrand Church Debt lege, and is fast winning distinction InIn educational circles much and Building Fund In Bertrand In the mining world. books of Florida. It was not, howMAY PROCESSION. about this year's Hall, afternoon and evening. ever, applied until in 1916, when terest centers meeting of the Catholic Educational Mr. and Mrs. George Zlx anJuly 4 Annual orphans' picnic on ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account the "Guardians of Liberty" came Association, which will be held in The annual May procession of nounce the engagement of their They have now given Baltimore, June with this safe, conservative, This will St. Vincent's grounds. Into power. daughter, Miss Aline Zlx, to Allen S.t. Leo's school children of Highland Park will take place tomorannual convenBank, to which you can add $1.00 or more the entire country an Illustration bo the thirteenth programme indiM30CK8XRXKaKIOC8XKflaMC8300 T. Long, of Newark, N. J., formerly row afternoon at 3 o'clock, tho tion and. as the of this cltv. The wedding will take at any time. Ve add absolute safety and 3 of the liberty and enlightenment cates, will be the center of imporplace in June. The bride-eleis third Sunday of May being the per cent. No cost to you whatever. they have pledged themselves to se- tant discussions and deliberations. widely known in society circles and regular date every year. In addiThe same courteous attention given the cure for our land. The conditions His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons has has been a prominent figure In nu- tion to the procession there will taken a cordial depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. merous musical anniversary celebra- be vespers, benediction and sermon existing today in the State of Flor- arrangeemnts, interest in the local which are now about by Very Rev. J. P. Cronln, Vicar tions. ida are a disgrace to the men in perfected, and all delegates may rest fei General of the diocese. Tomorrow to rep- assured that their welcome in Balti high office who were elected Mrs. Logan Rock Is here from will also be a notable event for HONOR FATHER ABELL. many of the children of St. Leo's resent a whole people and whose more will partake of the real spirit Frankfort, the guest of Mrs. Cecile Under tho Big Clock Second and Market of true Southern Last Sunday at Bethlehem Acad- parish as a large class' will reoath of office binds them to measure association extends hospitality. Tho Gordon. State Government Supervision. an Invitation to ceive their first holy communion at emy, St. John, Ky the Rev. Father out justice to all citizens of the all Catholic educators, to pastors, Louis- John J. Abell, "one Miss Pearl Leary, of of the best the 7:45 o'clock mass, which will State, regardless of class or creedr teachers and to all who have the ville, has returned fromSouth a visit to known clergymen in the Louisville be a high one. The confirmation Florida is no place for men who Interests of Catholic education at relatives at Zlon. diocese, celebrated in impressive and date will be announced later. present convenheart, WE'LL FIX THAT FAN FOR YOU annihappy manner the fortieth love fair play and justice, who stand tion, to be help by at this presence and to their guest versary of his ordination to the Crowe was the GATHER ROUND MOTHER. squarely on American principles of to promote the work of the associa- on Miss Mollle Mrs. AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND BIGHT Friday of Catherine O'Brien Catholic priesthood. Tho celebra liberty, so long as the State Is con- tion, which Is of such vital Impor- In South Louisville. Better look over your fans NOW and let us renair tha tion began with the jubilee mass The children of Mrs. Caroline ones which need it BEFORE IT GUIS REALLY HOT. trolled by those who hate justice tance to the church in this country. In the morning in tho Academy Shehan. of Bardstown, met with her Miss Adelaide Crush has had as chapel, and was graced by the pros last week to celebrate her eighty and trample on the rights of their CO. e fourth birthday. JUBILEE AT ST. JOSEPH'S. her guest this week Miss Kntherlne ence of Right Rev. Bishop This is a beautiful fellow men. INCORPORATED. priests of the custom which the children of this O'Brien, of Chicago. and thirty-on- e Phone 135 333 WEST MAIN STREET The celebration of the fiftieth Louisville diocese. Father Abell estimable woman observe with unAND WILL NOT. anniversary of tho founding of St. In the Louisville failing regularity. No matter Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Everin, of was ordained Jsoeph's church on East Washington South Louisville, have been visiting Cathedral on May 14, 187G, and has where, or how far distant from The first resolution passed at tho street will begin with elaborate and friends In Lexington. filled charges at Colesburg, Bards- "homo" they are, they turn their ceremony tomorrow town, Owensbbro recent ceneral convention of the Impressive and St. John. faces homeward and assemble .a.nd uJiUI Miss Bertha Mahoney was last During the day he was the recipient around the family board on their Methodist .church was to notify the 'day night. cS?ijltte Rev. Bishop many messages conveying con- mother's birthday, and though the n of Give us a trial for first-clathe service. We are as President to stop serving wine to his n'Donaghue will grace the high week In guest of Miss Fannie gratulations and good wishes. finger of time is beginning to the East End. close to you as your phone. Prompt service, dav and guests. The hierarchy of the Cath- - mass on Sunday with his presence, bleach the locks of these men and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable INTO ETERNAL REST. olic church are blamed for trying when Rev. Eugene Butterman, O. women they are still boys and girls Logan Rock has been spending chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. to their mother. All of the children ,to run this Government, but they ; the week at Birmingham, attending News was received here Wednes now living were present. They wero haven't got so far yet as to pre- - wjh D0 solemn vespers, and Rev. the Confederate reunion. day of the death of Brother Peter, William Shehan, of Early Times; scribe for the White House table. Richard Wurth, O. F. M., will de- Mrs. M. Davern, of Parkview, has the oldest member of the Xaverlan Mrs. Mattie Meany and Charles. She the United States, han, of Louisville; J. H. Shehan, Brotherhood Thus' comments Rev. Father Maher ver the sermon in osngiisn. Monday been entertaining Mrs. Helena and formerly In resident of this city. of Lexington; will be children's day with mass at a Frank and Howard SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. In the Catholic Advance. 9 o'clock and sermon by Rev. Silas Schultz and Miss Ophelia Schultz. Brother Peter was ln good health Shehan and Miss Emma Shehan, of Both Phones 2300. Llchtefeld, who was a boy of the Henry Shea, who was the guest two years ago when he visited Bardstown. parish. Tuesday morning there will RELIEVED FROM SUSPENSE. Brother James and Brother Richard be solemn mass of requiem for tho of her cousin, Mrs. L. McCloy, in at St. Xavler's College, where he ST. PATRICK'S. deceased members of the narish as Clifton, has returned to Maysville. was known to the olddr students. The German renlv to President formerly connected Priests St. Wilson's note is considered satlsfac-- j Miss Jessie Bannon has had Miss Brother Peter was born ln Ire- - school Patrick's new and spacious sermon with hall at Sixteenth and Market years ago, came 0JEC3V. tory In substance, and the danger jbe by the church. The Kranz, O.will Lucille Shieman as her guest at land eighty-thre- e tne Rev- Pauiln F. will present a lovely scene on as Catering again to thoso in search of a break In diplomatic relations M., some years ago stationed with her homo on the Bardstown road. to the United States In a boy and day evening, May 28, when the Cincinnati, for a time of diversion and offering unlimited has passed for the present. The, this congregation. On Wednesday will hold their annual enter- coming to Louisville and Mrs. B. Kelly, of 2809 Fourth amusefhent to the likes of the most 11 wm ue in me nature form nf th renlv. r however, -la not ana mursaay, ooin auernoon ana avenue, has returned from -terlng St. Xavler's. He had been an "wuiuubu f Richexacting evening, there will be social affairs, May offering to the Blessed e years. He pleasing in official quarters. German with a grand g of all mond, where she spent seven weeks. Xaverlan for Mother, for the principal part will HIGH GLASS VAUDKVILLK left Louisville In 1892 and has COnSlSt Of diplomats are not adepts at former members of the parish a 1)1 UY OaSCU OU IIIO 0.X('n .o.,,.V.r In mnr. , In t Finast Danoe Pavilion in theSoath Mrs. C. J. Nugent, of Beechmont, alr.no so the tone of the note is to 'places Parltlon of Mary Immaculate was ln Lexington the past week vis- Troy, N. Y and at several Dally Free Band Concerts, DirecKNIGHTS AND LADIES. rather unsatisfactory. But we can veum. In Massachusetts, at the time of his uc". iting her sister, Mrs. J. W. tion SIg. Natiello. at Lurdes. " This play, garlanded let that pass. The Important thing being a teacher in St. John's b.y. songs, The Catholic Knights and Ladles Popular Riding Devices and Other addresses and marches by High School at Danvers. Is that our friendly relations with of America, founded In Louisville. all the Httlo ones, will nrove n. nlpns- Features. Now is the time and wife have Richard Whelan and Germany will not be interrupted, will hold their thirteenth biennial e ant and happy treat for Admission to Park After 0 p. m. K. OF C. INITIATION. all who may witness It. The, President has written a note In convention in Indianapolis, opening returned from a visit to Mr. and 10 cents. Children under DP.beforeo Levy's is place TueB(ay morning with a solemn Mrs. Plus Whelan, Sr at Bards 10 cents. Children, accompanied by A class of forty will receive the repij, accepting ine promises maae hlgh maBg iQ tho Catnedral, at town, ST. SncnAEL'S. parents, free at alt' times. degrees In the Knights of Columbus to get them of a due observance of International which Bishop Chatard will pontlfl-la41A Alt f 4n nnn IMPORTANT NOTICE With evCasper Av g by submarines, but making it cate.. The business Dr. and Mrs. Michael sessions will Mom"er8 of St. Michael's house on Fourth avenue, the con- -' ery admission ticket sold, a. coupon The "Confirmation Suit" clear that our controversy with continue for at least three days. motored to Bloomfield last week de- of the first second attached will entitle holder to either Louisville branches will be fully ,. for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Harry grees to be given n nifoir, is a specialty in this store by LoulBvllle " Vi irili. o J, ,atJtem1pt t0 resented, the delegates leaving here Flock. admission in danco pavilion or to n by District Council and the third we have studied for establish an illegal blockade is an n a special car Monday morning. general admission In theater. This "0 South Brook street, tor 'JftH;. fifty-fiv- e years how to coupon can also be exchanged as ten entirely separate matter. This is Two or the Supreme officers, Rev. . The many friends of John Schnell Deputy Damlen M. Cooper, ofassisted- f? Elizaby CO. Rlcherson. both give you the best and most d cents on any reserved theater ticket. contro- - Charles P. Raffo, Supreme Spiritual will be glad to learn that he Is fast not to be a Following the Initiation served anJ the public will bo wel- EdelQP' recovering from his recent stroke h0, win ho n i,,nnj,0 t,.i for vour. money. They versy, but two separate and distinct 'D,rector Medical Cha,r,es gupreme Examiner, are at 8 o'clock there will be a lecture ,come' are beautifully made of controversies one with Germany from this city. The Louisville dele-an- d paralysis. session and smoker presided over the best fabrics obtainabl e one with Great Britain. We gates are John B. Stickler, Miss ST. JAMES. Robinson-Norto- n by D. J. Gleeson, of the Lecturer Thomas Walsh, when pjeasingly styled and have now assurances of a fair set-- Mary Sheridan, Miss L. Staggenberg, jias returned from addresses will be made by Rev. C. Company, During the summer months the ot carefully tailored; with ,., ,.. a two weeks' business trip to New x. Jiutiw, nk..i.. n rr..l- - uuukc ' tlement of one of these, and perhaps uuuiica .r iai,ut, T...l thhv St Sam Boldrick, J. J. Kavanagh, John Knickerbocker knee pantr. we shall push the other wjth some nan Charles Moore, Miss Katie Vork City. have the benefit of a rinvie nr t T H wl Sunday, the hours three masses on or lone, pants, They are vigor. We trust that further con- - Henley, Miss Catherine Mooney, being 6:15, -- ., .,", - . .... tiv. p.. ac . Miss Catherine Cotter, of Shelby-ville- ,. Mulvey and Thomas B. .. positively the best that troversies will not arise to disturb Mrs. R. Mitchell. Mrs. J. Lurding, was here this past week as iMonaghan will assist Rev, Father Aug Scbm,tt can be made, at their reEARLY SCHOOL CLOSING. tthe country unnecessarily. While guest of Mrs. A. M. Scoggln, of the Wlllett, the pastor. spective prices. $4.00 and Tlcrlifonrl Parlr we never Deiieven mere was a anger ' St. Leo's school of Highland upwards. ATTENDS REUNION. of real war with Germany, the efCLOCK RINGS AGAIN. Miss Marguerite Ryan and B. 3. Park will hold its closing exercises was the same as If that daneer fect ,, , why, Sunday evening, June 4, this early on unon ' of clock the existed. There was agitation and Cathedral, has O'Connor, ?v: Francis been spending the their'cousin MissT Mrv Decour8y' date being selected In order to give StThe town church, ln New spire of Mary 's Albany, the contractors an early start on protest which. week ln New York Cty where the in counter agitation and Pm . ho q aew scnooj( whIcj, wU1 De cora. iw uui. ueii luuuiUB ivv a preated hard feelings. Now that attended the alumni reunion of the has been started again, MULLOY'S COFFEE Mrs Robert Taffev of the West Pleted ln time for the fall term. y,eai, o Works having agreed the The to the storm has blown over, the coun- - American Collec6 at Rome, an- J- - J- - Fitzgerald he,d & Mc' &na. entertained as ner guest last Rev- c Father contributions toward Pay ?150 a year to keeP Jt in m,ee,u.n try breathes easier. Only we wish Alpln', T8was attended 1iotelmany Is the best coffee value offered. her sister. Mrs, Mary Buck- - n1?ul building ,!.fnalwill be doubly welcome nai,r wnen smiting the npurs ltn by Third and Market. If you want a delicious, inexpeni the President wouldn't write any of the f0remoBt American Catholic man, nf South t nuUviiin Lthe the Ug 8trugllng parlsh and further bells can be heard throughout " sive cofee, more notes to Germany. They are, church dignitaries. that toe congregation will give city. L Miss Hortense Twyman. of Cov- TRY OU- Ras the True Voice says, too much " wmV on ouwiv i henn. was NOTED IEN HKii ..CES. ot a .frock to the feelings of war VINCENNES WANTS MONUMBNT. a visit as thehern thla riant and Mrs. lend any money toward the erection guest of Mr. BLENJD of. the school. partisans In this couptry. Tne Knlghtgof Columbus of Vin- - .T. J. Drlscoll, Benton avenue. Among the distinguished East- - Dub 2 1.3 Lba. ronns, Ind., have determined to ' erners who were here tho past week HIBERNIANS' GUEST. Mijw Ellaabeth Doherty has re Btwttiy county now has prohibl- - """ very possible effort to have the Specul rebate ticket good for spectators division Father Pierre Glbault monument turned to her home nt Brandenburg,. n At the meeting of'aVAnlnr in 4, A, and who were' interested run, were 10q In. .trade with 2 J lbs. of being; that the ere(jted ,n tlofe, the result was TT' Funtrjal Por- - wnen the Derby narf Unnilav KnIghlg nfter a Bleasaat visit to her aunt, th&t 0,ty New, Blend. totanty has lost much revenue and 0f Columbus ln their? State conve- Mrs. Allie Greenwell, Twenty-ser- r trand Hall. Rev. J. J. Fltzeefald. James Butler, Philip J. Dwyer, Thomas Healy, DSBtor, of St. Leo's church, will be Thomas Monahan, nes great difficulty meeting its tion held in Lafayette last week enth street. JOJitf M, MULLOY, i lr;.it i" 1' T t y preesm as tne 'guest oi wq meiuuers yauicp Trr n vurnsnf iuuo, i,ur-lions, Hearing "bootlegging" voted W erect ,a su.wme monumen! division, the meet- - bett, of New Yorkj Fire Chief Lally, RIO the Limerick '219 VhI Market. WHian Curry, of Woodford and other liquor law viola- - pr,egt who accompli go much in onty, ws hern f.hlt wekr,oa a lng to be la the nature of a smoker of Brooklyn, and, Frank Nolan, the Loccupy the Circuitf arranged la his &onor. TttevlMM li2. Court's the early history of Ylnceanes. Albany millionaire. vJsit to his. "Mw. A. M: Sale of Men's Suits Priced at: $ 13-6- 5 b 24-2- Til ultra-conservativ- e. Also a surplus lot from a maker well known to dealers everywhere. . 1 ipsi 11 Pinchback Suits Included 7-- 13,65 26-2- 9. Sixty-one-year-o- ld SOCIETY. I ct German Insurance BanK -- O'Don-aghu- GHILDERS ELECTRIC ilt., AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE ss Sur-ma- " Sn - SVe . Chawk & Smith Auto Co. 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Schulte, Following is the roster of the Twin City Baseball League, each Melcher, Frantz, Mattlngly, Bolian-no810 YORK STREET Ceres), Madden, Curley, Bos of whom is entitled to enter the Hamilton, HamKentucky Irish American's World's meyer, Kenealy, Ky. series contest, the first coupon for mond, Joe Murphy, F. Weber, Clines. Louisville, Phono South 1753 Mackln Council C. Ellers, Thornwhich appears in this issue: Imperials Fussenegger, Traeger, ton, Schieman, R. McGrath, Morris, THOS. J. BRODERI0K Haag, Warren, Lally, L. Melsner, Davis, Bosler, Aulbach, Murphy, PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Eschman, R. PontrJch, E. Harrlcan, Hafner, Conley, Schene, Scheckler, Cronan, Atwell, Larkln. Elpers, Ohlle, Renn, Weber, Bertrands R. Haragon, L. Hara-goF. Stelr, Voor, Kraemer, Home Phone City 4392-- J Finn, Westorman, HIggins, G. Burke, J. Murphy, Clifford, Polin, Sieger, Orioles Kuebert, lOOO Zano Street Weber, E. Pfafflnger, C. Weber, E. Hines, Russ, House, Meagher, CarPfafflnger, Soeder, Koehler, Loeffler, ney, Fitzgerald, Bloemer, C. Flynn. PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Wledmelr, Baumgarten, Olympics J. Murphy, Lovett, McCabe, Incorporated. Willinghurst, Fries, M. Logan, J. Deeken, Reiter, was organized by citizens Schmoetzer, Sheehan. Chester, Mclntyre, J. Scully, E. Schott, Joe to make Con-ner- s, Ed-ele- CONTRACTOR Flynn, Henry, n, n. n, x Dal-to- n, well-know- n T. Scully, W. Murphy, J. Murphy, C. Voss, G. Klier. Trinity Council Shadburn, Kaiser, Moore, Bosler, Bluel, Sprunk, Donnelly, Sandman, D. Cummlng8, B. Cummings, Hagner, Branagan, Klllorn, J. Carraro, W. Stammerman, Schwlnd, Neumoyer. Champs Hark, Traeger, Gill, Brownflold, Ott, Lleber, W. Murphy, Clegg, Curran, O'Brien, M. Hagan, Delehanty, J. Hogan, Cole man, j. sneenan, w. Lapallle. Officers Capt. Frank Relchert, Edward J. Wolfe, E. Stelnbock, Thomas D. Clines. O'Laughlln, Flnne-ga- n, CLUB PLAN Features make buying easy and satisfactory at Louisville's big Carpet and Rug store. tiubhuch Bros. & Wellendorff (INCORPORATED) 522-52- 4 West Market Street. SQ4&SMH&&&&&$4&&fr Louisville Made Furnaces S. Ninth St.' 210-22- 2 LOANS on furniture and other personal erty at S. K, prop- Home Phone City 2642 LOWEST BATES. Coleman BIdg., Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones, 2886. sunny rooms, suitable for light housekeeping or storage, at 3328 Western Parkway. Rent reasonable. FOR KENT. second Two floor, HOME NEXT. FRIDAY. FRANK FEHR BREWING CCt JOHN H. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. FOR See us about anything in real estate. We sell, buy and rent. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Room Homo Phono City 44G4. I SEE POOLEY MONEY CONFIDENTIAL Building RELIABLE P. R. POOLEY 1, Courier-Journ- The Loulsvlllo ball team will play Its first game against one of the Eastern clubs this afternoon, begin- Residence Phone, Pewee Valley Phone, City 3180. 21-- J. JOS. DALY 420 CONTRACTING PAINTER wAthen West Green Street, Louisville. Ky. 430 S. Eighth St 415 Fourth Street FINE ICE CREAM AND SHERBETS 70c Per Gallon Special prices to Churches, Festivals and all large orders City 707C r K Jfk y(M ' s ' iU "t r ' Jh (W yf J;lM"i W , fflMWwKm ii JaVlTfJaaBBBBaal LJaaaaaar a Sbbbb'' s iwB' I J.bbb hi' 1 I I W ? JniriylaSlC aaV ytfftemffffftMffvitmfwfw fGRAN W. SMITH'S SONm - I..' II- - lift 'IV R m llafiA8liS& 4aaWl flfMt !r 111 I 1 AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Ii w'4 ' m " Funeral I ? Director and IllWii iw I Iffi Fl; .t w' - Embalmer 5KL Ctr yBWWBBJBBBBBBBB..3faBBBBBatartCHC!Slw wiiiiiiiii mini ir little disappointing, nevertheless the club has made a good showing on the road after a disastrous start and should come home with an even break or near so. The association schedule makers certainly handed the local club a lemon schedule, the club being away about two months consecutively with the exception ot seven games, and as in above case doubling back to Toledo twice in one week. However, tho local fans will give them a glad welcome In their short stay this week. DISCUSS POPE'S MESSAGE. club, which has proven the surprise of tho league thus far, and after finishing with Columbus will go to Toledo for three games. At the close of the Toledo scries tho Colonels will journey homo to play one series of three games with Columbus, then taking another road hike to meet Toledo and Indianapolis, meeting the former seven games In ten days. Although the series at Kansas City has proved a Columbus ning a three-gam- e series with the Brewers and Bottlers liOIITSViriLB. KY. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. BOTH PHONES 810. ijMuuMiuamtamaatamimiimuaBBUBBmKtKKK 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET mmvHMMiHmMuuuuimuHmwmMHUuuuuuwMV HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND HMBALMERS. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. joy themselves. President Mark Ryan. OLDEST IRISHMAN PASSES. Vice President W. L. Cushing. Recording Secretary Daniel McMulcahey, Cornelius When of WUVVWWWWUUWUiWUUHWmVVUiWVUWUUUM Carthy. Secretary Edward Covington, passed from this life Financial last week Kentucky lost Its oldest Clancy. ill Ji A Jt, ? it if 44H W 4"I - I"l"H";"l" M"t"H"I"I"t Irish citizen. The deceased was Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English. born in Ireland IOC years ago. He was a pioneer resident of Covington Tim Lyons. Sentinel and one of the founders of St. Patrick's parish, and had lived therein DIVISION 3. Monday at Hiber continuously. First and Third 0 Portland. nian Home. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, COVINGTON. President Lawrence J. Mackey. Vice President John J. Riley. Rev, Leo J. Stenger, ordained last Secretary John J. week ' by Bishop Brossart, has been Financial Hession, Jr. assigned as assistant to ReV. I. M. Matthew Abmann, pastor of St. Recording Secretary Aloyslus O'Brien. church, Covington. Father Stenger, Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. who Is the son of J. J. Stenger, X Climb. Mais 2008-- a Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Home City 200S M. Kalaher. of Bellevue, celebrated his first Sentinel Thomas Nodn. mass "Sunday at the Sacred Hear.t church. DIVISION 4. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT Meets" Second and Fourth Mondays, FATnEIt GAVISK. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. For tho first time In Its history President John H. Hennessy. a priest of the Catholic church preVice President Thomas Lynch. d Financial Secretary Thomas J. sided at the annual NaLangan. tional Conference of Charities and Recording Secretary James J. Corrections, held In Indianapolis, McTighe. Ind., last week. Rev. Father Treasurer Pat Connelly. Francis H. Gavisk, pastor of St. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. John's church, and one of the best Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. known Indiana priests, is President of the conference this year. Y. M. L days tho message from Pope Benedict, delivered at tho White House HIBERNIAN DANCE. recently by Monslgnor Bonzano. DIRECTORY. SOCIETY tlio Apostolic Delegate, relating to Tho Ladles' Auxiliary and Hiber- the continuance of friendly relanian Social Club will entertain with tions between Germany and the a dance at Schrelber's Hall next United States, and Indirectly bearMonday evening and a splendid mu- ing on the possibility of bringing A. O. H. sical programme has been arranged. about a general peace In Europe Arrangements Tho Committee of DIVISION 1. conferred with promise a varied selection of the As soon as he has the President Meets Fourth Thursday, Licderkranz new and old dances so all can' en- Secretary Lansing will send a reply to Pope. Wilout word First official photo of the women's preparedness encampment at sent planned to thnt President Secrediscuss with PHONE CITY 859. Washington, D. C. It is evident from their activities that they are son Lansing tary within the next few prepared to do their share in the nation's work. WOMEN'S PREPAREDNESS MOVEMENT. Tuesday tho Associated Press JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE. KY, JOHN B-- FRANJC WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 2(K the S22 East Main S&ret. - AID DUBLIN SUFFERERS. L.OUISVTLL1EI. KT, .a DOUGHERTY & McELLIOlT 1818-182- I Funeral Directors and Ernbalmers BOTH PHOKBS. John McCormack, the noted Irish tenor, has arranged to give a conA Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef cert for the benefit of the Dublin sufferers on' Tuesday, May 23, In the Century Opera House, New York City, the theater having been donated by Otto H. Kahn. It Is intention to ask CarPeerless Common Extra Pale Lager dinal Farley to act as Honorary" Treasurer. It was in Dublin that Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, boyhood. his McCormack spent dnd if you have tried the rest get the BEST, Mrs. McCormack's mother, sister and brother having made their PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. home on Lower Abbey street, which was one of the sections burned, Home Phone If 13 but at this writing it is not known Ciumb. Phone West 191 HE family if any of the McCormack were Injured or their house destroyed. The English Government is withholding all news of the Irish revolution and Mr. McCormack has found it impossible to get In touch INCORPORATED with his family even by cable. FALL CITY BEER WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. ORUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. Cut Plowers for all occasions. Special attention given orders. out-of-to- FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Lingerie blouses are surging to the front. The low collared blouse is the thing now. Organdy is to bo in great demand this season. The frilly petticoat has come into its own again. Organdie in every color Is to be worn this summer. Chiffon Is one of tho prettiest materials for a dressy bodice. Blouses that are one mass of the tiniest tucks are coming in again. Brown as well as gray are colors to be reckoned with from now on. Cases are once more in high favpr both for street costumes and evening dresses. The short length skirt Is an aid to the tall, thin girl, taking away from her height. The new frocks that drop at the shoulders and are nipped In at the Waist are very effective. It would be hard to imagine a more luxurious and lovely woolen coating than Yejqur de laine. ONION STOPS COUGH. Cut up a fresh onion in pieces forty-thir- Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excelteattewn FLORISTS NEUNER CO. INCORPORATED., 'As Near to You as the Nearest Phone' i rrv- - Investigate Our New Free Delivery Service. BEE OUR ADS IN. THE TIMES, I 4MB HERALD AND POST. All the late tad aaw Styles and Shapx eaa be found km at reasonable price. GERMAN BANK KNIGHTS AND LADIES. aiACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Evenings at Club Meets Monday The CathoIIcc Knights and Ladies House, 344 North Twenty-sixt-h. of America will hold their national biennial convention in Indianapolis President S. O. Hubbuca. M. F. next week. Rev. Charles P. Raffo, First Vice President of this city, is Supreme Spiritual Schaad. and Dr. Charles A. Second Vice President R. L. Director, Edelen, also of this city, is Supreme Scheckler, The convention Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. Medical Director. Secretary O. will open Tuesday and continue for W. Recording three days. Louisville will send Buckle. Our Special $3.00 Spray ' Oar Special $5.00 Wreath The largest values In Fuse ral flowers ever offered la Lonlivllle both phones. NEW NANZ For prompt delivery call ?23 657 Fourth Ave., LonUville, Ky. PAYS TO BUY From a Reliable House. We have the nicest line of First i HERRMANN WfWtTEM BROS. , FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. DtetMersand WkolWle Deal y la Flaaat Bands ef WkUkiac, especially. Kea-tack- lilliflii fifth and Market ST. X'AVIER'S COLLEQJ2 a large delegation. Treasure!' G. J. Thornton. Marshal Theo. Buckle. ROSARY IN IRISf'r, Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. In the Church of St. Catherine York City, the Roslira jrosr beys u 4acatto that wtB of Sienna, New every Tuesday evenary is recited prpx thna tot Ut. ing in the Irish language. POTATO ftwftutai iUzhs&Mis en Communion Goods in the olty. Our Boiled Gold Rosaries mre the ''Flowers telegraphed everywhere, it highest quality and we have priced th&ra very low. We handle the very highest grade of goods. Our patrons toucthMmttLoulrvHr nom&mop fi ' -- ' Pearl of INNelson, SOTTLSD I n4t. 3QHPt 4 S SOW SWHT Sti Two, cups hot nrnshed pot ate w. IIS W. BreaftWajr, XateTltyf,Xr. CM0bet4 by ttak ;XavMiM BmUw. one cup milk. pfo tablespoons, meuea outier. jignx, aa JtOjks of t'wV g'9 end .the whl tee beaten' aaW light. Bake in dish twenty mlnutee. . Bra. Jaa ataab Taraw M souffle:. w feaaaa St, KHa Novona Books'. 5c New Life of tlib Llttlo Flower, Be by Leahy small enough to carry in the side of the mouth. The ju.lce going down Goods Co. NORTON BUILDING the throat stops. Irritation and gives Rogers jthe patient rest from 'coughing when, V.W. Cnatr HufHi FOURTH AVfe. JWttwn nothing else seems to 'do any good. are never disappointed. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT M ''li"s. Church x) tizjEZTsarcTjcziarsr irish A.Js&j3y&iOAis: MHUMMIIHHMmMMHIMHIIIHIM)IHMM Bacon a son j ' .H.."ttf-K'i''HiH"4,,M"M""t"M"K,,H"t"l''',- l NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB IHEKMAN STRAUS FOURTH AVCHUC wcawnXAriTO fc SONS MARKCT ST8CCT rtr J ' I! We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons. SPRING The Clark Handicap May 20 Frank Fehr Stakes May 24 MEETING The Juvenile Stakes May 22 The Kentucky Oaks May 27 FIRST RACE RUN AT 2:15 P. M. ,al,di.Jifc,.,en.- CURTAINS AND DRAPERIES ever-changi- ng 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, bastistc or India linon ; high or long waist effects; trimmed with dainty lace; some styles; sizes 8 to 14 years; specially priced for Monday from $3.98 to ?15.00 hand-embroider- 4 '.'. IN LOVELY NEW DESIGNS. The view from vour windows ris an !! . x SEVEN HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY. i .r i picture a beautiful moving picture, n you win. Then why hide it with heavy, clothy curtains? And acrain. when vour house is seen from the outside X it is the appearance of the windows that is first noticed. X .. i T n .:.. J Y i ou want mem mimtuvci uuu i jrwur Quaker Craft Lace Curtains will veil your home from passersoy wnnout ODScunng your view or auuiuug uui Great Feature Race of Douglas the light and air. Quaker Craft Lace Curtains are the latest $10,000 Added. in window draperies. . i ... The Kentucky Handicap Park Spring Meeting Estimate Value Girls' Dresses $1.98 to $4.50 $ AUTOMOBILE ' no counter Th0 Pretty dfty resenting a membership of 12,000. attraction were In nndmeasure re- a Elghty candidates received tho sponsible for the big crowds at tho first degree this month at Defiance, Twin City League games Sunday Ohio. and stirring contests were furnished Oregon has sixteen councils. In three out of the four games, the Louisiana has passed the 4,000 exception being the K. C. and Oriole game, the former winning by the mark. score of 5 Wisconsin has a membership of and Trinity staged 22 a to 5. Mackin sensational 10,050, with large classes awaiting battle, tho West End Y. M. I. boys Initiation Fifty new members wore recently wJ,nnn',,ns Jn ?inth making four 4..4.....tMtl.....,,Ml,tJMtM..t,l.t.t"l"-I--I"l"ttfl'received into the council at Spear-- scores, the game ending 9 to 8. viiin Tfns Tho business of Division 1 next t, Olympics won over Bertrands in a Tomorrow Louisville Council will D to 5 game, Scully's aggregation Thursday night will Interest everyinitiate tho second class for tho pounding tho Bertrand pitchers for body. A largo attendance is looked present year. several long drives. The Champs for. Indianapolis Council has con- - playing without their star, Hogan, Illinois will present Mrs. Mary tributed $200 to tho special fund nosed out the Imperials In a 6 to 2 McWhorter as a candldato for Nagame, featured by good pitching. tional President of the Ladles' Auxfor the Holy Father. That you spent for something: you did not NEED would bare started a ty Tho Indiana enrollment increased The schedule for tomorrow Is Mac- - iliary. The Ladles' Auxiliary of I SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED Htt 650 last year, bringing the mom- - kln vs- Olympics, K. of C. vs. Ber- Imperials Trinity, vs. trands. had a fine meeting and bership close to 10,000. Champs vs. Orioles. twice a year; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" jg Standing to Initiation Sunday week. Mrs. John The membership In good standing QatOJ Arthur, tho State President, was (nitrflnaa nf fin must be spent for somethiag you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the Yjftl tninla IRfi 4A1 for' tho past year. W. Clubs L. Pet. present. you are wasting might keep that "bard time" from ever coming;, ml 20,000 dollars The New York County Board o 1,000 The Indiana State Council appro- - ' ' C 4 .500 condemns England for tho darkest l prlated ?36,000 for the building of Jackin ,R00 crime England ever perpotrated .... 4 hamps. l a home for Catholic boys. 2 .650 murdering those who sought freeThe Illinois State Council ton- 3 .400 dom from tyrannous rule. dered President Wilson the loyalty, orio? 4 .200 The Ladles' Auxiliary of Minne devotion and support of its 43,000 imperials" 1 4 .200 apolis entertained tho Irish History members. .Trinity.. .".WW .WW 0 5 .000 Club on Wednesday night, when Madison J. Walsh, of Washington, ' Much interest is being manl- - Past National President Regan deFifth and Court Place. m quite well known among tho Ken- - fested by members and friends of livered an address on Irish Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. State tho Twin City Leaguo in the offer gtt tucky Knights, was of tho Kentucky Irish American to Deputy for Indiana. Rev. John F. Noll, editor of the Bn the two J1""1 Popular members NIGHT. th iat(h,rf fall, with all expenses Sunday Visitor, will be one of In- , ,n Tonight is night Supreme pa,d wh,ch ,nc'ludea DAtf J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAr. fare, mo manufacturers' exhibit at Council at Davenport. berthS( hotel bm and adraIsslon to at seventy- - both games in tho city where first Exhibit Hall, Fourth and Broadway, Southo Bend initiated Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. and a big crowd Is expected to be five candidates Sunday, and tomor- - two are played. Reserved seats row seventy-nv- e more wm receive wm be furnished the two winners, on hand to enjoy the entertainment offered and at same time aciuo ueHiues m lerro xiuuie. and this In itself is oneof tho feat- quire beneficial the knowledge concernures of the trfp, as one of the ing Attorney TRINITY COUNCIL. greatest worries of those attending J. J. tho city's products. chosen by Kavanagh has a Woild's series is to secure a tho Entertainment been Committee as campaign of ticket, manv standinc in line all the speaker of Tho membership the Trinity Council, Y. M. I., was night to secure admission. Remem-broug- interesting address evening and an is Dromised. UPSTAIRS STORE. to a close Monday night ber the two most popular members Every citizen 425 W. Jefferson Street and housekeeper In when seventy-fiv- e additional appli- - 0f the leaguo, and this includes Louisville should make it his cations were received, making a players and officials, will bo award-tot- business to attend this exhibit, or her being BOTH PHONES of about 125 during the cam- - ed this trip. Beginning today a HARRY B. DRIVER open dally from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., The contract was a nip and lot will bo published good for ono no admission fee being charged. 2635 HENRY A. J. PUIS tuck affair between several of tho vote. In addition to this manner of teams and much interest and en- - voting ten votes will be given with Next Tuesday evening has been desas Avery night and tho thusiasm was displayed up to tho each paid renowal subscription and ignated of that plant will be employes the last minute. The winner will bo an- - ' twenty votes for each now guests of tho the on next Monday night. Tho scription. Start voting early for Tuesday to beexhibit,aside following set INCORPORATED. for the Literary Committee announced that your favorite or favorites. employes of tho Dow Wire Works on next Monday night Grand Presi426 South Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. dent Robert T. Burke would adand Louisville Pillow Company. In RECENT DEATHS. connection with tho exhibit tonight Our workmanship is positively tho best In tho city, and hacked dress tho members of the council the following list of prizes will bo up by a house of long standing and financially responsible. and urged all to bo present to hear James McGuIre, aged what the Grand President had to who was Captain of tho No. 2 En- awarded: Our service not equaled. Ten Louisville ago, Cement dollars in gold, tell about what the Y. M. I. was gine Company twelve years ddihg thrdughout tho Atlantic- Juris- died Wednesday afternoon at Wav-- . vanishingCo.; six boxes of Cremol I I l'j I f I j H 1 1 H I It I i 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 It diction. The Inltlatlbn of thVliew erly Hills Tunerculosis Sasitoriuin boxJKls-M- e faco cream, Allan & Co.i gum. American Chicleapplicants will be held on Monday after a long illness. He is survived Co.: case. M. J. BANNON, P. BANNON, JR., Anita ginger LAWRENCE J. VEENEKAN, night, Juno 5, On next Saturday by a brother, Thomas McGuIre, u Obelisk flour; five sheets alo; sack popular ,. Ptbj. fcHjr. vies Pre, ft Trus. night the formal opening of the policeman, and a nephew, Frank music, Semtirr. Co.: Dound iiurKs i'. :: four new bowling alleys will take McGuIre, aide to Assistant Chief City Club, i. tobacco; & photograph, place. This being another epoch Carroll. The body was taken to & Shook; in the history of Trinity Council the home of his brother, from whero Caufleld 'baseball twelve cans Dixie Cleaner; bat, Hlllerich & and quite an addition to its already the funeral was held. Co.; box assorted pickles, HIrsch beautiful club house, a large turn& Co.; bolt, Hodapp & Miller; Jar out is expected. Theo. Henle was By tho death of Mrs. Mary E. mixed ; ; Sewer aad Calvert Pipe, Knadler & elected a member of tho Executive Slattery, St. Mary Magdalen parish quarter pickles, Dolly Varden Lucas; ' Baanon'j Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, barrel flour; to fill tho vacancy made loses one of its most exemplary and Committee handsome pillow, Louisville Pillow by the recent death of Dr. C. J. highly esteemed members. She was Co.; Wall Coping, Draia Tile, Vitrified BricK, Magic-Kellten bars soap; Glesler. years old and was the On Monday night, May seventy-nin- e , , fire rrooung, ffiae Lining, Fire BricK quart 29, an election for Recording Sec- widow of John J. Slattery, at one case Rlvo Cola;pounds Grand Dad Crate and Boiler Tile, Creand Fire Clay, Calaaey tops. whiskey; three Peacock cofretary will take place to fill tho time President of tho box stationery. Standard vacancy mado by the resignation of Iron Company, and had suffered fee; OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON Printing Co; flowor Tho following new with fortitude a long illness A. H. DIenst. of Struck Co.; Iced tea box. Alfred set, R. J. HOME PHONES CITY Board of Governors was appointed: nephritis. Mrs. Slattery Is survived Thornton & ;; CUMB. MAIN 507. towels. A. G. Schneider, J. C. Klrchdorfcr, by three children, William B., Em S. Walker & Co.: dozen pounds J. Co.; three ! WORKS---13end Breck. sad Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and lOth. X J. C. Nettle, F. H. Brlgman, Louis met P. Slattery and Mrs. Hamilton Zee coffee, Ztnsmelster & Co. Jay Clephas, Service. Tho funeral took place HIH1H1 H lfrVH"M II 1 1 i IHI1 II 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 H H 1 M 1 1 Henle. W. J. Sandman and Theo. Friday morning, attended by many FAST HORSES RACE. sorrowing friends ana relatives. FONTAINE FERRY. The predictions LouisNicholas Holloran, ono of the ville Jockey Club that themeeting spring pre- most highly esteemed Irish CathThe splendid attractions any over held In this would sented at Fontaine Ferry Park thus olics of Louisville, went to his eter countrysurpass proved true. Despite havo far have pleased the patrons of that nal reward Wednesday night at tho the unfair weather there has been popular pleasure resort, which has home of his son on Hepburn avenue. Derby before It a most successful season. For many years he was a dealer In a tremendous attendance, The Beat Straight Whisky On Earth Manager Bilger has been presenting tobacco and later in thtf grocery day breaking all records. The racan excellent vaudeville bill and tho business at Eighteenth nnd High ing has been high class from the theater has been crowded at every streets, and was ever tho friend of first, and tho Clark Stakes this performance. The park this year the poor. He was a native of Ire- afternoon will prove a great draw INCORPORATED presents a beautiful appearance and land and took much Interest In the ing card as ,lt will bring out the the Natiello band concerts are of welfare of any from that land. Mr. stars of tho turf. The programme Solo Owain Registered Diat. No. 33 the most artistic character, being Holleran leaves threo children, Mrs. for next week is an excollent ono divided between the classical and J. J. Flynn, of TJeechmont; Edward and embraces the Juvenile Stakes Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 Main West Main Street. popular numbers. For the tired J. and W. S. Holloran. The funeral on Monday, the Frank Fehr Stakes Fontaine Ferry will prove an Ideal took place Friday morning from St. on Wednesday and the Kentucky Oaks on Saturday. Besides these Drigld's church. resting spot. there will be excellent fields and seven races daily. READY TONGUE. DOUGMS PARK MEETING. lock-stitc1-- Quaker Craft Lace Net; These laces are 44 inches wide and come in beautiful novelty patterns; good for bungalow 35c curtains; per yard Marquisette; double-threa- d A mercerized Marquisette, in a splendid quality; this material makes daidty ctirtalns; worth "26c; 18c price, per yard Quaker Craft Laco Curtains; made with doublo and twisted h edge; they thread, yards long and are 3 and 3 excellent qualities at, per pair $1.50 Quaker Craft Laco Curtains; Theso curtains are also made twisted with double and h edge and thread, are 3 and 3 3 yards long; worth $2.75; on sale at, per pair $2.25 Quaker Craft Laco Curtains; These are exact copies of real French curtains; are 3 and 3 yards long and worth $4.00; specially priced at, per pair $3.00 lock-stitc- Quaker Craft Laco Net; In attractive new effects; will make pretty curtains; it is 40 Inches wide and worth 35c; on &ale Monday at, per yard....25c Quaker Craft Laco Net; In dainty new spring patterns, in modern and novelty designs; it is 40 inches wido and per at, specially ! 'priced .......... . 50c yard ..... Quaker Craft Laco Not; Shown In many lovely and designs; it is 40 attractive Inches wido and worth 75c; specially priced for Monday at, per yard.........................05c Cretonnes; of In exact reproductions Goebelln tapestries; a lovely material for draperies and covers; 3G inches wide and worth 35c; special, at per yard 25c Siinfnst Drapery; In absolutely tub and sunfast colors: beautiful colorings in plain and mixed shades; reg- ular price 65c; special at, yard 50c $15,000. Great Race Meeting Over Superb Track at the Largest Racing Plant in Kentucky. Memorial Handicap Tuesday, May 30, $2,000 added. Kentucky Handicap Sat urday, June 3, $10,000 added. Speculation Stakes Saturday, June 10, $1,500 added. Spring Trial Makes Monday, June 12, $2,500 added. First Race Each Day 2:30 P. M. KNIGHTS Late News OP COLUMBUS. That Will Interest JOHN HACHMEISTER, Saturday, June 3 Manager. gggl Splendid showing of Girls' Dresses; made of fine quality materials, ginghams, corded pique and repps; beautiful styles; jacket and jumper effects. Some have dainty white guimpes; solid colors, white and pretty plaids; sizes 6 to 14 years; specialy priced for Monday from $1.98 to $4.50 Girsl' Princess Slips 00c to $1.50. Girls Princess Slips; mado of fino quality lingerie cloth and seco silk; neatly made and trimmed with laco or embroidery; sizes 6 to 18 years. Special Monday- 00a to. . . . .1.50 Children's 80c Gowns 25c. Children's Cambric Gowns; tucked yoke; full length and width; sizes 2 to 10 years; valuo 39c. Monday special .25c .- Admission $1.50 and $1.00 Members Here and Kentucky Handicap day, June 3. Rates are being made on tho varl- ous roads and the appearance In tho event of Roamer, Borrow, "Wiaterblossom and Royal II., all of which are to have a workout for What They Have Been Doing the stakes In the Clark Handicap the Past Week General today, dn Itself one of the big features of spring racing here, makes News Notes. Its prospects highly interesting. HIBERNIANS. ...., Children's 17c Drawers 10c. Children's Drawors; made of good quality h muslin and cluster of tucks; sizes 2 to 12 years; valuo 17c. Special Monday ,.10c 4li Girls' 50c Gowns 80c. Girls Cambric Gowns; neat yoke; tucked finished with ruffle; full width and length; sizes 8 to 14 years; value 60c. Special Monday 30c soft-finis- Ohio has ninety-on- e councils with a membership of 19,373. TWIN CITY LEAGUE. 1 Denver Hibernians have inaugurated a series of lectures for their meetings. The Irish fair at Portland,' Ore., netted the order over $1,500 and will reduce the hall debt. ""The field day of tho Boston on July 24 will be one of tho biggest events of tho year. Division 1 meets next Thursday n'ght. President Mark Ryan asks that every member attend this meet-.nt g. Colored Dress Materials For Summer h Crepe Tussali Cloth In a beautiful rango of colors; Black and specially priced for 1.10 sizes 41-inc51-Inc- h All-wo- ol Whito ol Imported Checks All 1.50 t i one-sid- ed Tailor Suiting Plaids, stripes and checks; also spring drosses. Fifteen good col- suitable for sport coats. Special ors In this lot. Only 75c for 1.50 and 1.75 42-lnc- h All-wo- ol Crcpe Just the right weight for I Foulard 54-in- All-wo- I t eiUtOtH8 ttMMtMMMMM igfofl&ESfii The Last Dollar I ! SHOES For Dr ess For Business - Craw-fordsvll- le For All Occasions Men, use your eyes. Focus them on this line of Shoes in our windows. Then come in and see how good they look on your feet. '" " Ky. 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Celery should be allowed to He in water, in which a little salt has been added, for at least an hour before serving. This makes It oris? H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky.