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LOUISVILLE; SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1916. Istratlon of these laws and InstituUnconsciously no doubt they aided or retarded these ideas, but consciously they did but very little. Indiana, it is well known, has but a small Catholic population. What Is to bo said In regard to the -apparent apathy of Catholics in. these matters there can bo repeated with greater emphasis in many other States. Thero are Catholics, tr 5.4L t . flfe too, few in number, who have done excellent work In Indiana. Father '.Francis H. gavisk, this year's Presl-jdeof tho National Conference of Charities and Corrections and mem, SHI ber of tho Board of State Charities, Is a conspicuous example'. Such examples should be greatly increased. Our Catholic people should take a more vital, actlvo Interest in tho Institutions of their State. When In the legislative bodies thoy should be found promoting desirable and needed measures while over guided by ethical considerations In their conduct and their view. They should seek to servo on local boards of visitation to seo that the public institutions are carried on in the proper manner. They should perform their duties as members of tho citizenship. In this way will they build up those things which tho needs of their community require. In this way will they defeat FIRST PHOTO AFTER IRIS.H REVOLUTION TO REACH AMERICA. the Inauguration of incorrect methTho Dublin General Postofllce on Sackvlllo street, whore the revolutionists barricaded themselves In ods and measures on the part of greatest force, and tho ruins of tho adjoining building, which tho "loyal" troops demolished with tho Commonwealth. C. B. of C. V. artillery fire. Insert, Prof. John McNeill, President of tho Sinn Fein Volunteers. MACKIN ",tl1" sBEg PRICE HVE CENJ tions. met tho issue with a skillful counter. After saying that ho had met with an accident on tho Journey, breaking his eye glasses, he was duplicate them at unable Democrats Pleased "With the and tentocent emporium nnd the five would Result of the Convention have Secretary McDonogh read the speech, at the same time lyindljig at Lexington. over a lengthy document. This was passing the buck with 'a vengeance, and while tho Secretary was trying get his Beckham and Haly Present In to saved bearings Col. Jim Whalien tho day by moving to adjourn, his motion being adopted tho Hole of Interested with n roar of laughter, and ChairSpectators. man McGrath looked at Mr. Bullitt and said "foiled again." KENTUCKY W" " HIBERNIAN Give Enthusiastic .Recent BWPTB J oWJrertWfflSfffil Father Fitzgerald, Pasj of St. Leo's. p1f nt as?EBMI Itcvcrcnd Visitor Gives Tall" Present Day Situation In Ireland. Clnsscs John Redmond as EugJ land's Ally and Traitor to Ireland's Cause. IRELAND'S GLORY A Democratic Congressional CanThe news of the week from Iredidates Are Sorry This Is land all comes through London, and Presidential Year. that which would Interest Irishmen FRANK M'GRATH FOILS BULLITT in Amorlca has been carefully eliminated. In London official information was obtained Monday of the reports that a sentence of ten years In prison has been given in tho case of Jeremiah C. Lynch, an American citizen, charged with having partici pated in the Irish rebellion. The IRELAND. CERTAINTY The Democratic State convention held at Lexington Wednesday camo oft bb scheduled, tho programme of combination betho Stanley-Jame- s ing followed out to tho letter, and it is believed that there were no now factional quarrels started over tho proceedings. Of course tho Beckham-Hal- y crowd did not approve of the action of the convention in any way and would have pre ferred a fight on tho programme of the State leaders. It Is rumored that Percy worked overtime the last month in seeking to stir up strife at tho convention and had hopeel that tho dissatisfaction engendered by tho passago of tho Hutchcraft bill would servo in tho progress of his plans. But without political pie at his disposal Haly is not a very and only formidable politician serves to prove the contention oft made in these columns that Beckham's aide was a much overrated politician. In both tho afternoon and evening proceedings there was but a few, calls in that large assemblage of Democrats for a speech from the Junior Senator, and in the lobby of the Phoenix Hotel between the sessions of tho convention Beckham stood almost unnoticed, and as a fitting climax Haly and Beckham left the hotel to ride to jthe convention in a homely "flivver," entering the hall without a single one of their former bodyguards to accompany them or herald their entry. Two prominent friends of tho combination conspicuous1 at tho convention were Dan O'Sulllvan and Tommy Drewry. There was very little interest in tho proceedings of tho convention, duo to the fact that everyone present know Just who was going to bo nominated, and tho only real enthusiasm in the convention was durof Gov. Stanley, ing the speech which was a masterly address and well calculated to stir his heare'rs. It can not bo denied but that Gov. Stanley created a good Impression prior to and during the convention, his course of action being considered fair in every way, and credit must be given him for continued support of the candidacy of Gen. Haldeman for National Committeeman, although he must have realized early in tho action that it was an unpopular selection, but was duty bound through his promise of last year to carry out that pledge. Haldeman was seated rfs a delegate in the Fifth Congressional section of the convention hall, and his first appearance in tho convention was whon he. placed Oscar Vest in nomNot a ination as Sergeant-at-Armsolitary delegate applauded anylof his utterances and in that delegate body of nearly BOO men from Louisville, his homo town, he appeared to bo a stranger. This was very evident to the State leaders and they realized that their selection as National Committeeman will evoke no enthusiasm from Kentucky or even Louisville Democracy. As expected, President Wilson was given an endorsement by the conyention, but tho delegates present realized that it would take more than words to carry this State for the Democratic nominee this fall, and even with a united party it will take some sterling work to Congressional save some of tho nominees. There is not a singlo Democratic Kentucky Cbngresslonal candidate who doesn't wish that this wasn't a Presidential year, as each and every one is stronger than the President in his district. These men and their friends are hoping that Roosevelt Is given the nomination by tho Republican party, as thoy bellevo that he can be defeated by Wilson, but as for Borne other of tho present Republican aspirants, they are in a doubtful mood as to success. Wilson's leniency in dealing with England on the opening of tho malls question and his policy in Mexico had driven many Demo crats vinto lukewarm support. The Louisville delegation, led by Mayor Buschemeyer, Col. James P. Whalien and Frank McGrath, made a splendid showing, while other Democrats from Louisville now prominent in State politics were conspicuous in the convention, among them being Mack Pythian, Logan Rock and Charles Wright, and it is said with good authority that the first named will be chosen as Warden of the Frankfort Penitentiary before July 1, as there is a movement on foot to remove Warden Wells. Mack is especially popular with Louisville Democracy and he was the recipient of many congratulations. Sneaklnt: of Louisville, the Fifth district convention in the Phoenix, Hotel was featured by an amusing incident. On his selection as Chairman Frank McGrath stated that he prepared a lengthy speech, but as there might be longthy business to transact he would postpone his adAttorney Scott County dress. Bullitt evidently doubted the Chairman's statement, and as soon as he a wait given a chanee moved in flowery oratorical effort' that it be the mom of th convention that Haly-Beckha- m American embassy received this Information from the military authorities. Ambassador Pago also- - reported that John J. Kllgallon, of N. Y., Long Island City, whose father asked tho State Department to Intervene In his behalf, is Interned in a camp at Stafford, England. Mr. Page said ho hoped soon to secure Kilgallon's release. According to the London Evening are working Standard, influences for a settlement of tho Irish question by granting home rule at tho earliest possible moment, with clean-cexclusion of Ulster from tho operations of home rule. In the interim, tho newspaper says, the Premier may propose a temporary Government of Ireland by an advisory board consisting of Irishmen belonging to both parties. Promier Asqulth in the House of Wednesday announced Commons that the office of Viceroy of Ireland has been abolished, according to tho Dally Express. Lord Wlmborne, whoso resignation as Lord Lieutenyet been accepted, will ant has not bo offered another post. The Daily News says that tho scheme for the solution of tho Irish problem which has received the largest support in the Cabinet is for an agreement between Irish leaders accepting the principle of separate Parliaments for THster and tho rest of Ireland after the war. John McNeill, President of tho Sinn Fein Volunteers, has been of found guilty by a complicity in tho Irish rebellion. His sentence will bo promulgated within a day or two. As bearing on his attitude toward tho uprising John Dillon in the notable speech he delivered in tho House of Commons May .12 declared that but for tho action of McNeill, "who broke the back of the rebellion, the military would have been fighting, still." John McNeill, besides being President of tho Sinn Fein Volunteers, was professor of law in tho National University and was tho organizer and Vlco President of tho Gaelic League. Thursday the grand jury returned two true bills against Sir Roger Casement, leader of tho Sinn Fein revolt, and Daniel J. Bailey, the former British soldier, who Is held His trial wa as his accomplice. set for June 26. ut SUMMER DOINGS. NORNHCUFFE London Times Owner Claims to Control Seventeen American Dalles. Many Others Ilavo Felt the Insidious Yellow Weapon of tho United States navy yard. A solemn high military field mass will bo ato'clock, tended by a number of religious and civic organizations. A choir boys from St. Paul's of sixty-fiv- e parish will sng tho mass, having been under training several months for this occasion. The oration of tho day will jbe delivered by N the Right Rev. Denis J. ' O'Connell, D. D Bishop ofPRlchmond. celebratedjat 10 FIRSTj HIGH MASS. The Rev. Father James J. who was ordained to the priesthood on Thursday by the Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue, will sing his first high mass at 10 o'clock tomorrow at the Sacred Heart church. Seventeenth and Broadway. Feather Maloney Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.i Garrett Maloney and a boy of the parish, and the occasion will bo one of rejoicing and deslro to receivo the young priest's blessing. At tho mass tho Rev. Joseph McAleer will act as deacon, tho Rev. Albert Wicke as subdeacon and tho Rev. John Fallon as master of ceremonies, and tho pastor, tho Rev. Patrick Walsh, will preach tho sermon. Immediately after tho mass Father Maloney will be'gHest at a dinner for tho clergy Riven bv Father Walsh In the rectorx In tMexenlnvkEl will be host at dinner for tho family and friends at tho residence of his parents, 2020 West Broadway. Father Maloney will be assigned to duty In the Louisville diocese. Eleven years ago Father Maloney entered upon his studies for the priesthood at St. Melnrad's College In 1905, immediately after finishing tho eighth grade at the Sacred Heart parochial school, and Is the first from this parish to be ordained for quite a long time. He Is years old and well known here. For the aged parents and relatives tho day will bo one of tho most Joyous of their lives. Ma-lone- y, vo England. Clear Cut Summing Up of Evcnt- ualitcs on Tills Side of Water. CRIMES AGAINST UNITED STATES Y. M. I., has its programme of summer entertainments given for tho benefit of Its members and friends. Tho programme consists chiefly of moonlight and sunset excursions, which will be given at Intervals Account .of Indiana's Hundred throughout tho summer. There will y also an Years of Charity and Cor- - . basket bepicnic, to be held at Fqrn Grove. rcctional Work. The Mackln Social Club will assist at these entertainments and take charge of a' number of special features. The first event on a Father Francis Gavisk President the programme will betho moonlight steamer excursion given on , of National Conference of Homer Smith on Wednesday evening, June 7. Dancing will be a Charities. feature and an unusually attractive musical programmo has been arranged for tho occasion. W. A. Link Buckel, and Active Is Chairman MacklnWilliam Club, Is Catholics Should Take Social President of Secretary of tho committee In Interest in Institutions of charge of the summer entertainThis State. ments. These affairs promise to be enjoyable events and well attended by the members and friepds' of Mackln Council. A THOUGHT IN THIS MATTER INTERESTING Mackln completed Council, all-da- ed AGED WOMAN DEAD. court-marti- al s. Rft MiS'x 9M turned to the United States to vise with President. INTENTION FOR JUNE. AMBASSADOR TO ENGLAND. Hon. W. H. Page, recently read- Tho general Intention for" June recommended by the Holy Father Is devotion to tho Blessed Sacrament. This devotion manifests itself in a fuller realization of our Lord's real presence in the sacrament of tho altar. Who can reckon up tho benefits that will surely accrue to tho Individual, to the family and to civil society if all of our Catholics become inflamed with love for tho Blessed Sacrament? That is what we are to pray for and to promote by all tho means In our power. Love for the Sacred Heart of Jesus and fidelity to the practices of tho Apostleshlp of Prayer lead Inevitably to a great increase in our devotion toward our Lord In the sacrament of his love. SMOKER AND LECTURE. The Holy Name Society of St. Louis Bertrand'o church will entertain the men of that parish with a smoker and lecture Tuesday evening in Bortrand Hall, Hon. William C. Duffy to deliver the lecture, his subject being the now workmen's compensation law, which was passed at Frankfort during the recent session of the Legislature. There will be an excellent musical programme in addition to the leeture, , : Great Britain has pilfered the mails of American citizens; not even the malls nor the telegraph aro safe from tho prying of English hirelings. Thoy have spread corruption and bribery in order to further their unlawful ends. Thoy have slandered our guests. They havo debauched our laws. They compel American citizens to violate the they blackmail Sherman act; they systemAmerican bankers; commerco; atically strangle our they recruit their armies In the United States in brazen defiance of our statutes; thoy purchase American citizens to sail upon British vessels; they haul down tho American flag on tho high seas; they sailing under ?eize the protection of the Star Spangled Dannor. As a fitting climax of thoy sedulously their influences In the bow tho seed of treason hearts of American Tories. In view of such crimes, persistently nd systematically pursued, we blush to say, with tho connivance of our Government, German "plots" sink into insignificance. In fact, it speaks for the character of tho Germans that theso violations of American laws are so few. Theso men must listen to the constant abuse of their country. Their eyes helplessly behold cargoes of poisoned shrapnel shipped across tho sea. Thoy see American officials closing both eyes to English, lawlessness on American soil. They witness open acts of war against tho Central powers on tho part of the administration. The administration Is in tho positron of a woman who, having hopclesslly compromised herself, makes nevertheless preHaving viotensions to virtue. lated our own neutrality, how can wo blamo theso men if they violate our neutrality also? We must emphatlcallM disapprove of such activities, but we can not refuse to grant mitigating circumstances to the little handful of German offenders whose indignation outruns discretion whilo habitual their British offenders, who have no such excuse, are welcomed to our law-abidi- Lord Northcliffe, multimillionaire and owner of tho London Times, In an Interview stated that he controlled the policies of .seventeen of tho great dally newspapers of this nation. A large number oS the remainder of the press of this country have no doubt felt the insidious yellow weapon of England and yielded to its porsuaslvo force. But thero are yet those of tho press of this land who are truo to American institutions and patriotically aro too strongly entrenched to yield to tho attack of British gold ,agalnst their honor. The following comparison is a fine example twen-ty-flunmlnclng summing-u- p of a clear-cu- t, of tho eventualities on this side of the water to date: The crimes committed against tho United States by British agents under the direction of the British Government are far moro serious PATRICK F. M'OARTHY. than the sporadic lawlessness of a hare-brainGerfew Tho sudden death of Patrick F. mans. Wo havo seen tho English McCarthy, which occurred at his set flro to American houses for the home, 1272 South Folyd street, purpose of abstracting valuable Friday morning of last week, came papers In the resulting contusion. as a great shock to his many ed Alfriends and acquaintances. though slightly ailing for some time past his condition was not considered serious until he was stricken Tuesday evening, at the Western Union office, where ho had been Night Chief for many years. Mr. McCarthy was born in County o Korry, Ireland, years ago, coming to this country with his parents when, seven years old. For over thirty years ho had been a resident of Louisville, a loyal Catholic, a true friend and devoted husband, loved and 'respected by all who knew him. Tho esteem Jn which he was hold was most certainly manifested by the largo number who called to tender sympathy to tho bercayed wlfo and family and pray for the repose of his soul. Ho was a member of tho Knights of Coulmbus, and in him Louisville Council has lost one of its most loyal and ardent workers. By the McCarthy the death of Patrick Kentucky Irish American suffers the loss of a true friend, a friend who never grew weary of the work of commending tho paper to the Catholics of his acquaintance. Surviving him are his wife, Mrs. Mary Devltt McCarthy; a son, Eugene A. McCarthy, of Louisville, and a daughter, Mrs. Dennis J. Ryan, of Terro Haute; and also a brother, Daniel McCarthy, of this city, and two sisters residing in Ohio. The funeral was held Monday morning with solemn requiem high mass at St. Philip wen's church, when Rev. Father Ackermann delivered a feeling discourse and paid high tributo to tho life and worth of his friend and parishioner. fifty-nln- meeting and reception Sunday after noon at the school hall, Seventeenth and Broadway. Thero was a splendid attendance, and Rev. Father Patrick Walsh, the pastor, made a short but happy address, In which he expressed his appreciation of the good work of those who had graduated from the school and now hold positions in some of the best offices bosoms. In the city. After the business of the alumnae had been transacted a FOR DECORATION PAY. delightful musical programme was rendered and refreshments served. Portsmouth, Va will take a This school Is unsurpassed and its leading prt again this year on commercial department ranks Tuesday, May 30, in the national among the first in the city ,and opposite Btt. Memorial day exercises, ALUMNAE REUNION. The alumnae of tho Sacred Heart Commercial School held its annual At tho recent , meeMng of the National Conference of Charities and Corrections in Indianapolis a book- loton .ths study of publicVcharities and",v''cbrrectIons,waH- - 'dlstrlbute'd among tho delegates. It was writ ten by Amos W. Butler, Secretary of tho Board of States Charities. It Is a very interesting account of the development of Indiana's efforts In the field of public charity and correctional endeavor during the ono hundred years In particular that mark its existence as a State. Tho record of that Commonwealth in this respect Is most enlightening, for it is a well known fact that' It has been la the forefront in its public social undertakings. A diagram at the beginning oi tno booklet shows the progress which has been made and tho various in stitutions and boards created for the In work slnco its inauguration. 1705 outdoor relief was begun; in 1799 the poor were rented out to tho lowest bidder! Today Indiana's administration of official outdoor relief is pointed to as tho most efficient and satisfactory in the country. This Is duo to the laws passed since 1895, when tho reform of the relief system was begun. In that year a total of $630,168.79 was expended for outdoor relief as a result of tho extravagant method or handling that work. In 1896, after tho passago of tho reform law requiring reports and other regulations, tho total for relief of this form amounted to $355,255.59, and It has continued at that low total ever since, while the relief work New has increased in efficiency. Jorsey, North Dakota and Massachusetts have followed this Indiana Four hospitals mothod of relief tor the insane, asylums for tho for institutions blind and deaf, d youth and feebleminded women, for epileptics, a general hospital for tho sick poor, orphanages under State supervision and Stato license are other developments of the public charitable Tho corwork of the State. rectional system has experienced a similar growth and progress, tho latest addition being tho State penal farm, opened in M15. The poor asylums of Indiana, while In many Instances deserving of improvement, stand ahead of those of the majority of our States. Tho Board of State Charities, to which a great deal of this progress Is due, was founded In 1889. and In 1895 was given the supervision of Institutions. Its work Is widely It has known over the country. brought about uniform nonpartisan administration in State charities, uniform records and methods of accounting, has Introduced the merit system, has improved in a marked degree tho business methods of the charities and has set increasingly high standards in the care of inmates. It has carried on continued supervision of these places with frequent inspection and has boon noted for its prompt investigation of charges. Its efforts among the local charities have been no less marked and beneficial in their results. Everything that Indiana has done has not been undeserving of criticism and censor. Its law of 1907, providing for the sterilization of confirmed criminals, idiots, rapists and Imbeciles, certainly can not reBnt all in all ceive commendation It furnishes a splendid story of achievement. There Is one note of regret to be remarked and that Is that Catholics were not rnoie-i- n evidence hi the framing and admln- feeble-minde- Shadburn, Howard Park, Jefferson-vlllMts. Reilly was born In Ireland, coming Jp this country when a young'girl,- - and'!irLouIsvIlle was married to Patrick Reilly, who died In 1865. Thirteen children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Reilly, tho only survivor being Mrs. Catherine Shadburn, with whom her mother Thero are two made her home. sisters, Mrs. Ella Pulford, of Louisville, mother of Capt. Edward Pul ford, of the police department, and funeral was held Thursday morning from St. Augustine's church, Rev. Father Halnin conducting the sol emn obsequies. ' Tho body was brought to Louisville and laid beside the husband in St. John's cemetery. Mrs. Nancy McMahon, of Jofferson-vlll- e, mother of Mrs. W. R. Cheney. There atfe six grandchildren. The Mrs. Margaret Reilly, ninety years old, died Tuesday morning at the John R. home of her .son-in-la- o. WSsSEm services have largely aided tho Belgians. FATHER CRANE'S AMBASSADOR TO FRANCE. Hon. William G. Sharp, whose des-titude BOOK. "Titles of the Blessed Virgin" and "Short Meditations On the Litany of Lorotto" is tho title of a new book that Is now being published, the author of which, 4 Rev. Dominic F. Crane, Chaplain of Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, is well known to many of our readers. Tho work was originally written for private devotions of the Sisters of Charity and tho patlenta of Sts. Mary anc Elizabeth Hospital during tho month of Mary and at the request of different clergymen and Sisters Father Crane agreed to publish same for It will the benefit of the public. be on sale the latter part of next week at Rogers Book. Company and n.l..l,iim. nn Tlltv 10. It Will DO at the hospital. an event of much interest to Cath olics In that section, PAGEANT A SUCCESS. nell was tho proper method to pursue in securing home rule and Tho for Ireland. speaker further said that In justification of this opinion it must bo considered that Ireland could do nothing by real force, being at tho mercy of England, with Us powerful navy, and that she must enlist tho support of the wholo world in forcing England to give her Justice and that the great weapon of public sentiment must bo tho means used by 'Ireland to achieve that Following Father Crowley's end. talk a smoker was hold and before tho meeting adjourned a motion and carried waa duly seconded passpd by a rising vote to make Father Fitzgerald a member of the" of order and enlisted as a member reDivision 4. Father Fitzgerald sponded, thanking the division for this testimonial of their appreciation of his visit and promised to m tho division and order at all The times in any way possible. reverend speaker's two stories of "the man from Limerick" and "wireless telegraph" in Ireland brought down tho house. Before closing the meeting President Hennessy called on Dave Reilly to give his famous rendition of tho "Irish Jubilee," which as enjoyed, the always was much singer being without a peer, in that selection. The officers and mem( bers of Division 4 were very en- thusiastlc over tho result of the meeting. Tho largp auenuuntu, outside of being a testimonial to Father Fitzgerald, Bhowed that the Is still spirit of Hlbernlanlsm ramnant and beneficial results are predicted. JUJBITjEE FOR TWO PRIESTS. rrv. Tnlin Gastaldi. pastor i?d of St. Clare's church at Colesburg, and tho Rev. Vincent scioia wiu celebrate tho silver jubilee of their to the priesthood at ordination . Very Rev. Father Crowley, Prior of St. Louis Bertrand's, was present, and in following Father Fitzgerald satd that he believed that tho courso laid down by Daniel O'Con- Rousing and enthusiastic was tho reception accorded Rpv. Father J. J, Fitzgerald, pastor of St. Leo's church, Highland Park, at tho meeting of Division 4, Ancient Order of Hibernians, Monday evening-IBertrand Hall. Father Fitzgerald is a big favorite among the mem- Ders or tno order and especially among tho membership comprising the Limerick division, and wheIt was announced last week that hoi would bo their guest a full attendance was the' result. President John H. Hennessy presided over the meeting and after a short business session Rev. Father J. T. Keelly, chaplain of tho division, Introduced the guets of honor as a friend, of tiie oraor ana a close mend of tho, Dominican fathers. In his opening remarks Fathorj Fitzgerald paid quite a tributo to tho division and the closo relation ship between tho members and tho priests attached to St. Louis church, stating that whor- ever there was found a union of tho order and friars, as in thj olden days, It augured well for ai Father Fitzgerald then dlscussoj tho present situation In Ireland and said above all that no credf must be placed In tho stories com ing through our dally press, as they aro doctored by England, and England contaminates and controls many of our lea'dlng organs. The speaker deplored the revolution of the Sinn Fein party as thoy wero In a hopeless minority, but complimented them for their bravery and tho cause for which they fought, and although they were defeated the cause for which they fought wonldotrdlo. The fact ws also. cited that the English Government had consistently followed its brutal course as In the past, shooting down tho Sinn Fein leaders in cold blood, tho executions being nothing short as tho murder, of trials were a farce In every senso of tho word. Father Fitzgerald also predicted that Ireland's glory was to cofno and roused his audience, to the highest pitch of enthusiasm when ho said that it would hell and come despite treason, England. Ho also said that tho course of John Redmond was not to be admired and that tho latter In his rolo of a recruiter for England was a traitor to his country. Ber-tran- d's cold-blood- pageant Shakespearean The staged by the present and former pupils of Holy Rosary Academy last Wednesday evening was well re-celved by a large ana enthusiastic audience and many flattering comments aro being heard from those who witnessed 'the performance of tljoae portraying the different MISTAKEN. ( Not only the local dally papers, but the Catholic Telegraph, reported ..t.v.(v.nr TafrtfU W. Ttlordan. of Sap .Francisco, as presiding over thej At IYA Lam.!" nlAWI reunion oi m mumui ui iw .ui..j- can College in Home, neia last wwi TTntal TUn Alnln. Nw Ycrl Archbishop Riordan entered City. , iaii Into eternal ure uecemoer -m A Vi , TUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. l SecW Mi Moral kiiaMtmtauntol kith Awfku aai Cftfttflci aHy Indorsed by AnchwiV Older of HNeamlans, Yoaae; Men's Iaeurate ana uwchc A&ignu 01 Hrvc. ITUCKY IHISH AMERICAN PRINTINQ bO.. ISCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Incorporated, PubltahTa SINGLE COPY gc jj jjjpSjPI - (g P ' ' , (I 'INVENTOR tlj WR ENGINES.! Stewart DgY Goons Co Bntr at U ,ljWo..ga&? .?S9g&'clttJixtt, CuiaicciMttoM U tto UKTVCY IMSH AMBWCAN, JW'21 Weil dreea St. isH ;TOADES (ffllff) COUNCIL )i SUMMER House Furnishing Necessities For the Kitchen, Porch and Lawn $12.00 Hammocks $9.50 ISVIDL. st KY I SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1916. occasion to approve the candidacy of Justice Huches for the Presidency' t tneIr conVentlon In Minneapolis CARRAXZA PnOJUSES. jcarrying out his promises "r leliEtous liberty and an honest government in Mexico, remarks the Sacramento Herald. He has endorsed every outrage against the church and has not in a single Instance done anything to stop the destruction of churches and the outrages against the clergy and religious. It Is not to the credit of the American Government that It stands behind a government, oven though it be a nominal government, of that character. REPORTS GARBLED. bo evident to every one' Kat Carranza has no intention of laat Saturday. Fights and protests marked their other deliberations. generous Buffalo! The Catholic parishes of that diocese have sent $18,169.88 for tho relief of the suffering Poles. RECEXT DEATHS. AMERICANS CUMIXG EVENTS. on May 30 River excursion Homer Smith to Brandenburg for the benefit of St. Philip Neri church. June 2 Euchre and lotto given by St. Louis Bertrand Church Debt and Building Fund in Bertrand Hall, afternoon and evening. June 4 Closing exercises of St. Leo's school, Highland Park. Euchre and lotto, Sts. June 8 Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, afternoon and evening. Juno 21 Trinity Council moonlight excursion on steamer. Homer Smith. June 29 Moonlight excursion, given by Columbia Athletic Club on steamer Homer Smith. . July 4 Annual orphans' picnic on St. Vincent's grounds. 7-- Lawn Swings $3.50 Swings, Lawn made of selected hardwood, free from knots or imperfections. The funeral of Mrs. Anna Cummins took place Tuesday afternoon from the Cathedral. Sho was eighty-tw- o years old and resided with her daughter, Mrs. Ophelia Mobley, in the Pope building. Infirmities of ago were tho cause of her death. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest NorrlB, 912 East Market street, mourn the death daughter of their Ella, who died Monday tho victim The funeral was of diphtheria. held Tuesday morning, with burial To the In St. Michael's cemetery. bereaved parents many friends offer their sympathy. twelve-year-old INVENT EUROPE USES. -- Mr. Kremer is a native of Louis TnE FINAL DAY. ville, a son of Charles Kremer, for Mrs: John B. Sower, of Frank- years Wharfmastor. Tho final day of the Churchill His urotners f P nwl HTva "7 T f f rr nil are George, Charles. Baxter and N w' t woro' heJ.e fast week vsit. Downs spring meeting will bo ' Cal Kremer, all well known citizens. ', M lnhn P Tjnniv nmsnont ushored in this afternoon with a continuation of tho brilliant sport Tho selection of Bruce Kremer as" H11j ' Secretary of tho National Committee f that has marked the- session thus day far. is a very high honor. Mr. Riley, Fred Harlg wln be home next classic The closingOaks, feature, the Kentucky Mr. Kremer to'nn1, v,. with' $2,500 who accompanied nttv TOi.o fillies, one Thirteen Days' Racing Beginning Derby Day, Saturday May 13, and Ending on Louisville, is Chairman of the was the Kentucky representative in added, for Democratic City Central Committee tho convention of tho Royal Ar-- mile and a sixteenth, will bo run, Kentucky Oaks Day, Saturday, May 27. and from present indications this Butte and has made a fine roc- - canum. contest will result in one of the oru in mai position, uuue nus been made Democratic since his Misses Mary Duble and Nora most brilliant contests In the islong as ENGLAND'S MISTAKE. history of this event, which election. Derby, run tended and delightful dance Friday,0 as thespring atand has beentrack England Is probably sorry now the Downs JUBILEE AT ST. JOSEPH'S. ,fvetry evening at St. Augustine's Audi-- , a sln.B, FIRST RACE RUN AT 2:15 P. M. )vIt!ut present year.'eak from 1875 SEVEN HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY. torium, Jeffersonvllle. that Bhe suspended the operation of There will bo Wilberdlng and the Rev. the homo rule bill for Ireland until people FatherJoseph's church, East other Bod races on the card' ,s,x of St. Anthony after the war. All the white parts Washington street, have cause for resident of Monahan, a well isknown New Albany, seri British, empire enjoyed GREAT TURF EVENT. of the rejoicing over tho impressive and ously ill at his home, 419 East save Catholic Ireland, magnificent celebration of their Fifth street, but hopes aro enterEverything at Douglas Park Is and yet after such unjust, treatment golden Jubilee, which began Sunday tained for his recovery. ready for the spring meeting, which morning and continued until Thurs TO BRANDENBURG ON THE Bhe was expected to shed hef blood Catering again to thoso in search day night. Taking part in the reMiss Edith will return opens Monday with the Highland of diversion and offering unlimited as the featured who had almost ligious ceremonies on tho first three about June 1 Callahan generously for thoso from the Comstock Park Handicap such an event as amusement to the likes of the most With days were Right Rev. Denis O'Don- - School of Music, New York City, to race. bled her to death. Kentucky exacting great $15,000 Is agnue, uisnop or tno aiocese, ana spend the summer with her parents, tho existing Government The. Handicap, to be decided June the Rev. Fathers David Kerstlng, Col. and Mrs. P. H. Callahan. Day, HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE May 1916 looked upon as powerful, but as Vincent Trost, Silas LIchtefeld, Jo- 3, in which are engaged track neither Just, capable or benign. It onnh Vloln Tinnlfll TlrlKPntl. Vlnar Mr. nnrl Mrs. WHIInni P. MpTlnn- - performers that have earned re Finest Dnnoo Pavilion in tbeSonth Boat leaves foot of Fourth street 8 a. m. Portland 9 Dally Free Band Concerts, DirecSunday nown, not only on American is obeyed as a huge superincumbent General James P. Cronln, Richard aid returned to Chicago on the fashionable tion SIg. Natlello. Eu- - after a week's visit to old friends i tracks, but a. m. New Albany 9:30 a. m Bring your baskets. Pacificus Wintorheld, a force, and many men advocate tPopular Riding Devices and Other Music. Dancing. gene Butterman, Andrew Thomo, 'and relatives here, who wish them courses of foreign lands, there Tickets Adults 50 Cts. Children 25 Cts.. tranquil lying down beneath It for Otto Staeuble and Cyril George, a cbntlnued success and prosperity In seems no doubt but that Douglas Features. Park will this spring hold the banfear the huge claws of the monster number of whom hod formerly been , their new home. Admission to Park After O p. hi. ner meeting of its career as a runThe should penetrate the skin and tear identified with the parish. NOTICE OF REMOVAL ning track. On Decoration day, 10 cents. Children under DP.beforeo Miss ribs; but aB to any obedience programme printed last week was been theMargaret King, who has Tuesday, May 30, the Memorial 10 cents. Children accompanied by tho guest of Mrs. Pat O'Bryan Joseph's out. Candy ot con- fully carried founded St. 18CC, but on tho Versailles pike, will visit handicap, with $2,000 added, at six parents, free at all times. of the heart, judgment In church was IMPOltTANT NOTICE: With ev is long, since out of tho original building Is now used her brothers, J. J. and Harry King, furlongs, Is the big feature race, and science, that (Incorporated.) on Saturday, Juno 10, the Specula-lio- n ery admission ticket sold, a coupon Has moved from 520 to 524 sooth Fourth Ave. date and flown to the limbo of dead as a school and school hall. The ai me iTaniciori woiei in stakes, with $1,500 added, one attached will entitle holder to either (two doors shiUi) where Us FRESH HIGH GRADE 2rr""MADE WITH S vanities. The result Is that, holding Dresent church was built In 1883. fort, before returning to Louisville. mile and will be run admission in dance pavilion or to PURE FOOD CANDIES caa he had as of heretofore. Is Rev. Father 'Alex. V9&TENDCR CAREA Ireland only by force, England shall the present pastor. "Wilberdlng off. On tho final day of tho meet- general admission in theater. This Mrs. Zack Wheat, who has been WATCH FOR DATE OF OPENING ing is decided tho Spring Trial coupon can also be exchanged as ten as" that force conhold It so long here on a visit, left Tuesday evening NOTE: We art not Intinitid tr connected whatsoever stakes, with $2,500 added, for two- - cents on any reserved theater ticket. with tee Mora occupying our old stand. to meet her husband in Pittsburgh, tinues, and for not one hour longer. ENTER INSURANCE FIELD. s at five furlongs, an event hft hplnp rnnnpotpfl rlth flip, Hrnnlr- Heme Phone City 8584 Cumb.fhoneHaln3ll4-j- t it thero was any tolerable nucleus money value to the winner Mrs. Wheat was nc- - that in "11irt.1rt Tl f'rt'nrtfl nnrl Trtlin T lyn ball club. of etrength around which the counDy iwo oiner races at the games is considered. Aftor "5aJf,dbjr her 1,ttle daughter, ;s oniy exceeaeti Kennedy, . two of Cumb. South 140-. run off In Kentucky throughout tho tomorrow's game Loillsvlllo will go "As Near to You as the Nearest Phone Homo 1G71. try could rally with a reasonable ana. popular young our best known Mary Helen. men, navq enentire year. On the days that stako to Indianapolis for a series of four Our Special $3.00 Spray Don't Blnmo tho Cook If Your hope of success, or even of making tered tho insurance field and have cam pr. tnis neinir tno nrst meetinc an- events aro not on tho card at Doug Mr. Coireo Is Not Good a decent struggle, England would connected themselves with the firm nounce and Mrs. Ambroso Belrletheir las Park thqro are- liberal handi- of these two rivals this season and Our Special $5.00 Wreath the engagement of r-urn. antvt T).iiiiii.n.. ltr In the only club tho Colonel. havo not in Ireland no more than the .i hold to caps, none of less than $1,000 8lster M,S3 Allc0 Bowman, specialty The largest values in FuneAs Dovltt will make a lP.?fC ny,,,,i.Walter Edward Fahey. Tho mar- - added money, which aro tho big met thus far. Leaving Jndtanapolls measure of her encampments. ral Flowers ever offered la Our Coffeo Is Carefully Selected they then Journoy to Toledo for a feature races. Manager John Louisville Catholic asserts, tlon will handle casuallty, liability while green, then blended and the Pittsburgh e with Bresnahan's series has loft nothing undone Juno 7' St For prompt delivery call ?23 Mr. J?Il?af.Q!lf1S!5ldBr' England may surround the Irish and automobile insurance. ROASTED BY US DAILY counting the Indianapolis that would continue Douglas Park club, and , churchy both phones. people wjith fleets and armies, but Kennedy will feature the casualty the country's greatest racing plant. and Toledo games as part of the &lv your oy em Juoatlon that will tho business, but will road trip Clymer'a hopes can still Mr, and Mrs. George Raising, who she hag no more hold upon them end ofuuuiiii.y auu uuiuuiuuiiu also prepax taern for life. ict- wuit? on their more than break oven CHANCE FOR FANS. have been spending their honeymoon an(i than have the Inhabitants of suranco. Messrs. McDevltt games. Edward 5T. XAVIER'S COLLEGE ' ". Kennedy are two hustling and on- amoS.U.6 ?JZ Tho local baseball fans will bo Edelen, one of our local enterprlslng young men with a host tsuaumi Mrs lia W. Broadway, toniiTlUt, Xy. J again this thusiasts, sends the following prenn p Elven an opportunity 1 Conducted by tha Xavertan Brotners. YucmxLsna of the of friends and boosters who wish avenue. The bride was Miss Cecilia afternoon and tpmorrow to give our diction to tho Kentucky Irish Ameri1 The General Assembly Scientlflo Classical, and Business. them success In their now lino of Poefker. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. boys the once-ovFourth Avenue Loulrvfls? , and at the same can as to tho outcome of tho race: Courses, Preparatory Department. Lars; Presbyterian church, at Atlantic ondeavpr. Swimming: Pool, Well Equipped Qyawa-luHenry Poetker, of Cincinnati. time also inspect "Rudy" Hulswltt's Louisville 1, Minneapolis 2, Indian- 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere City, had quite an animated row Brn Jnraia. niF Trn MWI-Columbus team, which has been tho apolis 3 and Toledo 4. isi&tiui-- a ij Saturday before passing resolutions mmiiuAx. MIs8 Ethel A Wathen, daughter big surprise of tho leaguo thus far, CLEAN UP FIRST. The Right Rev. John Ward, of Mrs. J. A. Wathen. DIG Chero- - and contrary to the opinion of condemning without exception' all Blshop of Leavenworth, was fifty- - kee road, and J. H. O'Nell. Cor- - many has given no promise of drop forma of Sunday yatiree. They would nlne years old Tuesday, when he dyvllle, Ont., were quietly of married ping but of contention for nrst i Before sending missionaries to back a hundred years, when was the reciDlent ''of manv hanuy Saturriav evening at- siTtripi.i'a nlace The showing or the uomm South America, let us clean up our Funeral Directors :inday Jravel tfoald have ben dis conirratulatlons. Bishop Ward was church. Rev. Father Jansen per- - bus team reflects credit on the man American slums, destroy the white e traffic, stop the alarming ordalned July 17, 1884 and was ap- - forming the ceremony. They left agerial ability' of our former l.i approve and Embalmers. lelatad BUhop ,in November, 1910, immediately for Cordyvllle. where villa" bpy and It also augurs' well growth of divorce and abolish lynch-fo- r NORTON BUILDING hla consecration taking place on the prosperity of the league, as lng. Let us bring moral regenera- - BIO H'HJHJR AVJECWTU15 TI.e Baptists, who dcry poHUce Wanrilnirtnn'B hlrthria' "Pahruftrv 21 they will make their home. districts, of Columbus with a good team ranks tlon to the blighted N. W. Cerner Fourth and Jeffem UiVS, " took 1911. iong other denomination, Mr. RBd'Mrs. C. A. BundMhu. of second to none as far aj attendance which there are too many. . " i - to take over tho military portfolio Jfcrtthe.ime of the Curragh meeting; Wiat is, it is an effort to deprive Irreconcilable Unionists of the party advantage which they otherwise may glean from the situation. Besides, Asquith Is well awaro that tho powerful provincial newspapers do not quite approve of tho harshness with which tho Irfsh patriots have been treated, and ho wants to placo the blamo for such treatment where it in greater part belongs, namely, on the shoulders of his Tory colleagues in tho Cabinet. At any rate, Asqulth's visit to Dublin means that he intends to put tho home rule act into effect in spite of tho croalcings of those who insist that the measuro has been killed for good by tho explosion of patriotism in the Irish capital. Mrs. Mary Lawless, beloved wife of Thomas Lawless, died Saturday BC833CC8C8C8aCK8S3333tt3X3X3?0 night at her home, 1834 Lytle. She ' years old and had was twenty-si- x suffered a long Illness, which was borne with Christian fortitude. Tho funeral took placo Tuesday morning from St. Patrick's church, attended A&yUiTH IX IRELAND. by many mourning friends and relaMr. and Mrs. James Nowman spent several days in Frankfort last British tives. tho of The coming I'remier to Dublin at such a time Death made desolate on Tuesday week. un the homo of Oscar and Anna as the present Is something so Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Stengel O'Rourke Montgomery, G35 usual that it deserves more than F street, when their beloved' East have moved into their home at For passing notice. It is true, as tho child, Oscar Harold, was tieth and Market streets. Advocate says, Premier Asquith has called from this world. Tho fuMiss Margaret Moriarty Is visitalways been a home ruler, but he neral was held Thursday morning ing Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. less an astute from St. Philip N6rl church, at- Moriarty in Birmingham, Ala. lias been none the many sympathizing by politician, and his visit to Ireland tended of the bereaved parents. Albert J. 'Richards was among Inspired by friends has undoubtedly been those from ' this city spending the VISITED OLD FRIENDS. tho same motive that impelled him ' week at West Baden Springs. pro-Briti- which apRear in the daily press with a big grain of salt. As far as wo can judge these reports are garbled In a manner to make Sir Roger in the worst possible light, and incidentally to lead Americans Into the belief that any fate ho may bo called upon to meet will bo no more than ho deserver, thus poisoning the minds of Americans against him at the outset. Wo regret to be bbllged to' say this, but unfortunately our newspapers In their zeal seem to have abandoned the elementary principles of justice and fair play. ap-p'e- ar It would be well to remind our readers that they take the reports of the trial of Sir Roger Casement Chattanooga, formerly of Louisville announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Adelo H. Bundschu, to Ivor C. Bouchard, of Chicago. Tho wedding will take placo tho first part of Juno. Miss Bundschu has visited relatives and friends of this city many times since tho fam lly moved to Chattanooga. ALTAR SOCD3TY PARTY. Porch Hammocks of heavy Army Duck, with steel frame, and spring and cotton top mattress. These have reclining head rest and back rest, adjustable to either side. They can be purchased with frame, if wished. Lawn Mowers $2.50 Lawn Mowers, with open wheel and three knives. 16-in- Folding Chairs 69c Folding Lawn Chairs, with arms, canvas seat and back. Lawn Benches 69c Lawn Benches, 3V2 feet long, painted nnd varnished. $3.50 Hardwood Folding Hoso Reels 59c Hardwood Hoso ,Reels- with capacity for 100 feet of hose. Wednesday morning tho funeral of Mrs. Bertha Louise Weiss was held from St. Martin's church, many sorrowing friends attending tho requiem mass. Deceased was tho wife of Daniel Weiss and tho daughter of Mrs. Henrietta Burch, 1111 Hamilton avenue. Besides her husband she leaves an infant daughter. The ladles of tho Altar Society of Holy Cross church will entertain with a. euchre ana lotto party, to bo given next Wednesday evening d in Holy Cross Hall, . and Broadway, to which they Invite Many handsome their friends. prizes have been donated, among them some gold pieces. The proceeds will go toward paying the debt on Holy Cross school building. Thirty-secon- FOR TENNIS Oval shapo Oil Stoves New Perfection Oil Cooking Stoves, aro Irons $2.19 Gen- Garden Hose $4.75 A special offering of 50 feet, guaranteed Garden Hose, with hoso reel and nozzle. Special Sale of smokeless and odorless, specially priced in this sale: ' eral Electric and Hot Point Electric Irons. Toasters at 98c Westlnghouse Electric Toasters, ' complete with cord. Racquets, strung Tennis extra .08c 4 - burner 5 7.03 ' 8.05 12.85 combination brass Clark FATHER CAVANAUGH WANTED, SOCIETY, five-year-o- ld a member of tho Indiana State Cen tennial Commission, has been Invited to address a public meeting in New Albany in the near future in the Interest of the New Albany Centennial, September 14. The date of tho meeting will be fixed to suit the convenience of Father Cavanaugh. County Chairman T. E. Crawford and Postmaster. John Cody extended the invitation. TRINITY'S ALLEYS OPENED. Father John Cavanaugh, C, President of Notre Dame University at South Bend, Ind., and The Rev. C. S. Hardwood Racquet Cases, which prevent warping 40c $21.00 Stoves $14.00 Gas Jewel Stoves, with 16 - inch oven and broiler attachment. Hot Plates 9&V Gas Hot Plates, with improved burner. Cookers $15.00 Duplex Durham Fireless Cookers, lined throughout with pure aluminum. Havo three aluminum cooking vessels. The Kentucky Handicap Great Feature Race of Douglas Park Spring Meeting Hon. Bruce L. Kremer, of Butte, Mont., Secretary of tho Democratic accompanied National Committee, by his secretary. James L. Riley, spent several days In Louisville this week, arriving on Monday at tho resldenco of his mother, Mrs. Charles Kremer. Mr. Kremer and his secretary were on their way to St. Louis to open headquarters ana took rooms at tho Seelbach, where thjjy were called upon by leading Miss Mae Adams Lincoln will leave June 7 for Danville, Va., to be tho guest of Miss Barbour Allen Spencer. Al M. Herrmann is handing out perfectos to his friends on account n. tl, nrrvnl nt n IIHln Mrl nt Vile homo on Lucja avenue. Democrats, Including Frank Mc-Gra- th. The friends of Mrs. Mary Hack-mille- r, of South Seventh street, will be glad to learn that sho is recover- house. ing rapidly from her recent illness. Another epoch in tho history of Trinity Council was celebrated Saturday night, when tho four new bowling alleys were opened. A large number of the members were Great Race Meeting Over Superb Track at the Largest Racing Plant in Kentucky. present to assist in the celebration. All who have seen tho alloys since Memorial Handicap Tuesday, May 30, $2,000 added. Kentucky Handicap Satthe opening concede them to bo second to none in the city. After a urday, June 3, $10,000 added. Speculation Stakes Saturday, June 10, $1,500 added. few remarks made by tho President Spring Trial Stakes Monday, June 12, $2,500 addedt the first ball was dellvored and the games wore on. From the steady FirstJRace Each Day 2:30 P. M. JOHN HACHMEISTER, Manager. Admission $1.50 and $1.00 patronage and attendance shown by members, who aro highly enthe thusiastic over the new addition, this feature should prove to be the around tho club chief attraction & Saturday, June 3 Sl NEW LOUMILEE JOCKEY CLU SPRING MEETING f-- Mtn three-year-o- ld of The Kentucky Oaks Run This Afternoon Fontaine FerryParK First Down River Excursion FINE STEMER HOMER SMITH Decoration Tuesday 30, race-Wurt- h, Butterfly Shop CANDV V' year-old- v . - - Jj.jft", TRY LUBBERS T Hach-melst- er four-gam- Crlm-Tartar- y. ' Z ?nau5!S"T hZ'"e".lu" Z..Z away-from-ho- qr f o ) -- , ... H.BOSSESON FRED ERHART ARCHITECT T4aae Louis-.slav- J 4 XCK&JSriXJOiKY 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 JIADE IN LOUISVILLE AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. 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Confirmation Dresses $3.98 to $15 Beautiful line of Confirmation Dresses; made of very sheer materials, organdie, net, bastiste 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- The KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN will send the Two most popular members of the Twin City Baseball League to the World's Series' with til expenses paid. Any player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. Votes by ballot or paid subscription. ICE CREAM 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 ARTISTIC PRINTING World's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for Mr Address .' "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "All Rerfdy for Your Griddle In the FIRST CLASS WORK Givo Tills Office Your Next Order 317 W. GREEN ST. Telephone City 946 R. JEUNESSE BUILDING CONTRACTOR Mornlnu" SAUSAGE HAMS, LARD, LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) Thos. II. Kennedy KENNEDY-OOADY 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 white guimpes; solid colors, white and pretty plaids; sizes 6 to 14 years; specialy priced for Monday from 1.98 to $4.50 Children's 17c Drawers 10c. Children's Drawers; made of good quality h muslin and cluster of tucks; sizes 2 to 12 years; value 17c. Special Monsoft-finis- Louis D. Coady ' Incorporated 00. consider the most popular member of the Twin City League. whom I Chester, Mclntyre, J. Scully, E. Flynn, Henry, O'Laughlin, Finne-gan, n, MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Home Phono, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR SHEET METAL 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-- L. O.G. STIGLITZ & SONS MANUFACTURERS Louisvillq, Made Furnaces S. Ninth St. Home Phone City 2542 210-22- 2 Following Is the roster of the ter. Knights of Columbus B. Schulte, Twin City Baseball League, each of whom is entitled to enter the Melcher, Frantz, Mattlngly, Bohan-nor, deresl, Madden, Curley, Kentucky Irish American's World's 1'hono South 17(33 Louisville, Ky. series contest, tyio first coupon for Kenealy, Hamilton, Hammond, Joe Murphy, F. Weber, CMnes. which appears in this issue: Mackin Council C. Eilors, ThornImperials rFussenegger, Traeger, THOS. J. BRODERIOK Haag, ton, Schieman, R. McGrath, Morris, Bosler, Aulbach, Murphy, PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Eschman, R. Pontrich, E. Harrigan,s, Warren, Lally, L. Meisoer, Davis, Elpers, Ohlie, Renn, Weber, Con-ner- Hafner, Conley, Schene", Scheckler, F. Stelr. Voor, Kraemer, Ed- - Cronan, Atwell, Larkin, McDonough. Home Phone City 4392-- J Bertrands R. Haragon, L. Hara-go- n, elen, Chenoweth, McDormott. Sieger, Finn, Westerman, Higgins, G. Orioles Kuebert, 1000 Zane Street Weber, E. Pfaffinger, C. Weber, E. Burke, J. Murphy, Clifford, Polin, Pfaffinger, Soeder, Koehler, Loefller, Hines, Russ, House, Meagher, CarPEOPLES rBOVIDENT ASSOCIATION Wiedmeir, Baumgarten, ney, Fitzgerald, Bloemer, C. Flynn. McCabe, Incorporated. Olympics J. Murphy, Lovett, Dal-toWilllnghurst, Reiter. n was organized by citizens Schmoetzer, Hogan, Temberley, Ches Fries, M. Logan, J. Deeken, Schott, J. to make LOANS on furnitures and other personal prop810 YORK STREET Bos-meyen, well-know- T. Scully, W. Murphy, J. Murphy, C- - Voss, O. Klier. X Glrsl Princess Slips OOc to $1.50. Trinity Council Shadburn, Girls' Princess Slips; made of Kaiser, Moore, Bosler, Bluel, flno quality lingerie cloth an'd Sprunk, Donnelly, Sandman, D. seco silk; neatly made and Cummlngs B. Cummlngs, Hagner, Ernnagan, Klllorn, J. Carraro, W. trimmed with lace or embroidery; sizes 6 to 18 years. Special MonStammerman, Schwlnd, Neumeyer. day OOc to Champs S1.50 Trager, Hack, Gill Brownfleld, Ott, Liober, N. Murphy, Children's 30c Gowns 25c. Clegg, O'Brien, Curran, M. Hogan, Delehanty, Jack Sheehan, Lapaille, Gowns; Children's Cambric Coleman. tucked yoke; full length and Officers Capt. Frank Relchert, width; sizes 2 to 10 years; value Edward J. Wolfe, E. Steinbock, 39c. Monday special 25c Thomas D. Cllnes. day ioc Special Monday Girls' 50c Gowns 30c. Girls' Cambric Gowns; neat yoke; tucked finished with ruffle; full width and length; sizes 8 to 14 years; valuo 50c. 30c LOWEST KATES. Coleman Bldg., S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones, 2886. erty at HIBERNIANS. News Notes. MNIGUTS OP COLUMBUS. f v Colored Dress Materials For Summer I h Crcpo Tnssnh Cloth In a beautiful range of colors; Ulnck specially priced for $1.10 sizes 11-In54-lnc42-incAll-woAll-wool bbbb1bb I Funeral There are 500 members of the 415 Fourth Street Philadelphia County Board. Thero will be no division meeting FINE Residence Phone, Peweo Valley the fifth week of the Phone, City 3180. ICE CREAM AND SHERBETS month. 70c Per Gallon exThe national convention JOS. DALY Special prices to Churches, Festivals pected to bring fully 100,000 is visitand all large orders ' ors to Boston. CONTRACTING PAINTER WATHEN The County Board is planning for City 7075 the State convention to bo held hero S. Eighth St. 20 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. J3 in September. The membership contest of Division 2 of Syracuse is bringing in many candidates. divisions of There are thirty-si- x the Ladles' Auxiliary in Pittsburgh TT I AM. M. JLJL KJ JT A 1 1 UJl J. and Allegheny county. Hibernian divisions of Syracuse and vicinity are engaged in an exAL. S. SMITH, PROP. citing "forty-five- " contest. The meeting of Division 4 Mon day evening was the liveliest In' the long history of that division. The Brooklyn County Board has selected Rev. Father Cleary as a Z BOTH PHONES 810. delegate to the national convention. Cardinal O'Connell will direct the mass at Holy Cross Cathedral at the opening of the national convenBAtkAAAAAttAAlAAAAJ SMS tion. Thomas Heslin. William Reilly, John Baldwin and John Brady wero obligated at the meeting of Divis JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. FOR Seo us about anything in real estate. We sell, buy and rent. 504- W. JEFFERSON ST. Room Homo Phono City 4464. 21-- J. SEE POOLEY MONEY CONFIDENTIAL What They Have Been Doing the Past Week" General Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere. The Wisconsin membership is over 10,200. The next Ohio State convention will be held in Sandusky. Last week at Auburn, N. Y fifteen candidates wero given tho second degree. Fond du Lac initiated sixty-eignew members', and now has the second largest council in Wisconsin. Thirty-tw- o officers and men of tho United States navy are members of Brownson Council, Philadelphia. Plans have been perfected for conferring tho fourth degree on a class of 300 at Milwaukee next ht and All-wo- Whi'to ol Imported Checks All $1.50 J t f J RELIABLE P. R. POOLEY Courier-Journ- al 1, Building Tailor Suiting Plaids, stripes and checks; also spring dresses. Fifteen good col- suitable for sport coats. Special ors in this lot. Only 75c for 1.50 and $1.75 h ol 51-inc- Crepe Just the right weight for ! Foulnrtl h rUHtOO Kit tMilM'tHHtICIMIl BALL I Hlfj I nextv-wee- k, MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- PLAYERS Raise your average with a Mas cot Bat. Win the game with a YiDAN W SMITH'S iJ SON.! JLlAl Director and Embalmer NEW BLEND 65G 2 1.2 Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for 10c in trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend. JOHN M. MULLO'Y, I 312 West Market. ! SOCIETY DIRECTORY. a. o. H. 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET! Tuesday. Candidates from .the sixty-on- e Indiana councils areexpected for tho fourth degree Intiation at Indianapolis tomorrow Illinois Knljhts will place two stone columns' at the entrance to Starved Rocjt Park in memory of Catholic pioneers in America. Sixty candidates received the degrees Sunday at Lima, Ohio. Tho preceding Sunday forty-tw- o wero initiated Into the Tllfin council. MASCOT FRANK FEHR BREWING CCt JKOSPORaTED Elaborate exercises. en open air mass at the Boston navy yard Sunday In memory of deceased sollders, sailors and marines. Tho service was arranged By tho Department of Massachusetts' Army nnd Navy Union and was preceded by a military and civic parade, In which many or- Fifty thousand persons attended DIVISION 1. Meets Fourth Thursday, Llederkranz HaJI, Sixth and Walnut. I fj. J. N I Funeral Directors and Emhalmersi BOTH 4-i There will bo no parade in Boston during the national convention meeting. The weather will be too warm. The Hibernian Social Club and Ladles' Auxiliary are well pleased over tho success of their dance Monday evening. National President McLaughlin says one of tho most gratifying aspects of tho times is the decline of religious bigotry. During the Forty Hours' devo HHHWMWUVUWUMUUUUUHMHUWMHUHUmHUM tions at St. Patrick's church this week the Hibernians of Toledo received holy communion in a body. Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of Indian apolis gave a shower Friday night in honor of Miss Olive Sprlngston, a member who will become a June bride. Hibernians from nil sections of 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Brooklyn united with the Queens County divisions in tho silver jubilee celebration of St. John's Hospital, Long Island. Tom Dignan says that Council man Mike McDermott was under rIIOKTEJS. the seat while traveling through A JeffersonvIHo on his way to tho C. Homo City 290S X Cumb. Main 2908-- a K. and Li of A. convention. More than 300 enjoyed themselves to tho utmost at the literary evening of the Ladles' Auxiliary at THE BEST $1,$1.50,$2 HATS AT MinneaWolis last week. President Regan delivered the address. Thrf New York' County Board has mUUhllSMMik arranged for a memorial ma'ss at All Saints church on May 30 for the repose of tho souls of those whrf forfeited their lives for Irish iibfrty. vi ho Hibernians of America are onfc Jn sympathy with those who are being persecuted because they loved land and sought to put WWMWmLMmkwWB& theirInnative place among tho nations he r her 'mm'.TE3&&mmfii i rrxs hi f the earth. Members of the Ancient order and All the late and aaw Styles and Shapti Rifles of Columbus, can be found cere at reasonable prtcti. ho Hibernian very I hlo, made a creditable show- ling when they received holy communion' at St. Patrick's church on Sunday morning. The Hibernian Knights of Louisville were one of the fine military Investigate Our New Free bodies that attended the last naDelivery Service. tional convention in Boston, held sixteen years ago. Col. P. J. Brcen SEE OUR ADS IN THE TIMES. was tho Captain. UEUALiU ajsu ruai. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Pittsburgh will erect a monument to the memory of Miss Margaret Mella, years their who was for fifteen County President and the real founder of the order in Allegheny county. Cut Flowers for al occasions. Mrs, Anna Lynch, who had been Special attention given seriously 111, was heartily welcomed orders, , when she resumed the President's chair of the Ladles' Auxiliary last week at Syracuse. J NEUNER CO. The degrees NEW NANZ were given all initiated the past INCORPORATED. year, after Fifth which rerhments 657 Fekrtk Ave., Louisville. Ky. were served. HOME THOME SS CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071 .y ion 4. I . BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 822 East Main. S&tot. UGHERH & McELLIOTT 1 HnvWOHBHV w JmwbwdiM$5&s t MBMllfflM KS5EES9E59 GERMAN BANK President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Cushlng. Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. participated. Cardinal Secretary Edward ganizations was present at tho mass, Financial O'Connell Clancy. which was celebrated by the Right Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Rev. Monslgnor Peterson, Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English. President of St. John B. Seminary, John's Sentinel yTim Lyons. assisted by members of the seminary faculty and student body. Tho Division 3. sermon was preached by the Rev. First anil Third Monday at Hlber-- Charles Lyons, S. J., President of 0 nlanHome, Portland. Boston College. The altar, which was erected at tho extreme end President Lawrence J. Mackey. of the parade ground, was banked Vice President John J. Riley. Secretary John J. with growing plants and cut flowFinancial ers, while the masts of battleships Hession, Jr. Recording Secretary Matthew and other naval craft loomed in IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE the background. At tho conclusion O'Brien, of the mass the congregation sang Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. "The Star Spangled Banner." Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. Sentinel Thomas Noon. niNTS ON STYLE. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. DIVISION 4. Fine handkerchief linens are beMeets Second and Fourth Mondays, coming scarce. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. The fad for dotted Swiss seems INCORPORATED ' to have passed. President John H. Hcnnessy. LOUISVILLE, KY, PHONE CITY 859. Cape collars, fichus and roll colVice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. lars are all popular. Langan. Ginghams have grown in grace JOHN B. FRAN36 Recording Secretary James J. from season to season. McTighe. Taffeta is still one of the most Connelly. Treasurer popular materials for bathing suits. ' Sentinel M.Pat McDermott. J. Tub frocks and cotton nro Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. exceedingly good looking frocksyear. this Thero will be a tremendous Y. M. I. amount of white worn this season. Plaine chemisettes of organdio MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. with modish capo or rolling collar 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 Moots Monday Evenings at Club are good. House, 344 North Twenty-sixtTELEPHONE 209 Pretty chemisettes and LOUISVILLE. KT, President-r-- S. O. Hubbuch. with and without sleeves M. F. are now displayed. First Vice President . A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case m( Schaad. Summer furs are foolish, their Vice President It. L. appropriateness being raro Second oven Scheckler. among fashion faddists. Secretary," F. O. Adams. Financial The long, rather full sleeve Recording Secretary O. caught into some sort of cuff or W. Buckle. waistband is still a favorite. Treasurer Q. J. Thornton. Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager For tho simplest of thin cotton Marshal Theo. Buckle. frocks all of the old favorites .are Insldo Sentinel James Radigan. used lawns," dimities, ginghams, Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, Outside Sentinel H, Pfelcer. and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. voiles and the rest. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. WRONG BOERS. BISHOP M'FAUX. 1818-182- Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE, 2y. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. Clay Street Brewery and WALTERS' h. I undor-blous- es FALL CITY BEER FLORISTS out-of-to- second Bishop of Newark, who succeeded Cardinal McClo'skey as Arch bishop of New York. Bishop Mo Faul was consecrated October 18. 1894. He spent the day quietly and without any special observance. Yesterday was the thirty-nint- h anniversary of tho ordination of the Right Rev. James A. McFaul, Bishop of Trenton, N. J. He was ordained by Bishop Corrlgan. the and Market Sts. KEEP BUG AWAY. A weak solution of turpentine poured down the waterplpes 'onee a week will kep water bugs away., Home Phone 1913 When a man sins, docs he sin ns Cumb. Phone West 191- an Irishman, a German, or nn AmeriTHE" can, as a Democrat or as a Republican? He sins as a sinner, and not on account of his religious or political affiliations, How many seek to taint the whole claBS with the crime XXCOBPOfcATED of an Individual? This is a mean trait, characteristic of small minds and bigoted people. Falsehood, dishonesty, drunkenaese, bribery, criminality of all kinds belong to the culprits, to the individuals, not to ,thelr nation, nor to their party or SM t all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, ctH to their church. Cleveland 1 DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. GRUBER WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. imi . sgn&iWTJOJzrsr n ' iton roon box. irish AMirSSfciOAixra $"S3S34SifcSKSH?fcSS THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE $)m WW WW WW &w WW WW WW WW WW WW y5 ' INCOIIPOBATED - H? wS) WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD ITRADING STAMP! I WW WW Monday morning the poor box for the deposit of charity offerings at St. Charles church was broken open and I'obbed of its contents, thought to be about $10. A good description of the thief was given the detectives by Mrs. Hale, who saw 'him enter the church while she was engaged at tho altar. Any one who would rob the church poor box deserves most severe punishment. ST. CECIMA'S. o'clock mass $$3$8484,$Sk4$s3 !hhiyi4ifiiiiA!yi X ' Y J.DMyjyivi INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. w WW wS WW WW ESSuH If STAMP . COMPANY I trading stamp! I COMPANY J , fl -, Tomorrow morning at the 7:30 at St. Cecilia's church a. large class of children will receive their first holy communion. 'In the evening at 7:30. o'clock the Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue will administer tho sacrament of confirmation. For some time past the children have been undergoing preparation and instruction and the day will bo a memorable one for XX the congregation. CONFIRMATION Men's and Young Men's New Summer e Suits at Or Near It Half-Pric- THAT'S THE STORY, QUICKLY TOLD, ABOUT THE GREAT CELEBRATION SALE OFFERINGS OF MEN'S GOOD CLOTHING. 1 cents per page of fifty, or cash They have a merchandise value of 12 value of 10 cents per page of fifty. SECURED BY BANK DEPOSITS IN GOLD. 1-- wS Ww WW EXERCISES. 2 ws WW WW WW WW WW ,100 Men's Spring and Summer Suits BRAND NEW Confirmation exercises will be held in St. Leo's church on Ascension day, June 1, at 7:30 o'clock p. nu Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghuo will confer tho sacrament and a is being iclass of twenty-flv- o WORTH $12,50, $15 AND $20. ' CONFIRMATION SHOES AND SLIPPERS For Boys and Girls. Patent's and White. Popular prices. $1.75 to $3.00, accord, ing to size. bbbbbbbbbbbHBbIbbbBbibkhIbSs v uHjSfflHHB lanLLLanlf-- ' iHiHlLMBnjaVYt'iWB JRE&rMlinMmsM4Mf' INCORPORATED. DAN W. Market. EDW. A. AXMAN BBBBBBBBBBBBbV 4'y "fim InT anHfJl 'MhIBBbIiBBBBBBBBh ' 'V v?tst'S Qualities to $12.50 Qualities to $15.00 Qualities to $20.00 JMiany a man is going to ask, "How in tho Now for extra good measure wo arc going world can they do it?" Tho answer is simple to sell two hundred Men's Fine d enough. "We went to four of our best makSuits clothing that a banker would be proud ers; wo told them about this Celebration to put on and these Suits will be marked at Sale; that we were going out to establish a record and wanted to offer some hitherto unheard-of bargains. In short, wo said "Come across."" They came across handsomely with the result that These are tho kind of Suits you demand and expect to get when you go into a clothing The suits are here 1,100 strong1 crisp new store and lay down $25.00. They are going in suits out of New York City less than a week. a jiffy; you can bank on that, because. nevc,r before have such garments been offered at Of course these good clothing makers had this price. Hand-tailore- $6.75 $8.75 $10.75 $14.75 Palm on J. HENNESSr HOME PHONE CITY 3238 their liberality. nnrl um u..v mit mnn "". receive full benefit of friends are going to fmrA VJU 4Vi iUl Pufiii'n J.HH11.V liiiciiincc "UJ.UJ, Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. they may expect: For instance, hero is what 150 . Beach "Suits at $7.50 and and white Hennessy & Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS UPSTAIRS I0TH Standard $12.50 Suits at $6.75 Standard ,$15.00 Suits at $8.75 Standard $20.00 Suits at $10.75 There are brand new Suits of worsted serge, cheviot tweeds and homespuns. The colors, range from dark mixed to medium and light patterned Suits. Thero are Suits for stout and slim men and medium figures. We'd like to seo tho man wc can't fit or please in this sale, STORE. -' 425 W. Jefferson Street HARRY HENRY PHONES- B. DRIVER A. J. PUIS 2635 tjffhSBBBMBaiWWKSKS """ iiJ,rtannaaaaaV''' " ir ijmmmM CLEANING AND DYEING CO. INCORPORATED. stripes and mixtures. Can you imagine a better clothing sale? "When we say that every suit is guaranteed and tho values are also guaranteed as stated, wo mean that wo will refund tho purchase price to any man that feels he did not get his money's worth. The Suits are regularly priced $8.50. There are grays, blacks $4.95 426 South Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. STRIKING FIGURES IN PREPAREDNESS 'PARADE wearing an armor like. In the New York parade this woman, Joan of Arc, her face concealed by the visor, was a mystery. She was said to be a woman of society and sho certainly was a fine horse- woman. MYSTERY CLEARED. OUPILVX PIOXIO. All who had the good fortune to do present at the meeting In the K. of C. Hall Monday evening, on tho occasion of the great gathering Our workmanship is positively tuo best in tho city, and hacked up hy a house of long standing and financially responsible. Our servico not equaled. TWIN CITY LEAGUE. The K. of C. team continued their unbroken record in tho Twin City League last Sunday, winning over the Bertrands ln a 3 game, feat- ured by tho hitting of the veteran Bossmeyer for the K. of C. and the pitching of Ciresl for the same team Tho Olympics stopped Ben Mldden-dorfproteges, the Mackln team, In a 7 to 4 game, Dalton and O'Laughlln, of the winners, doing some slugging for fair, tho first named getting a two and while the latter got a home run and a single. The Imperial team took an awful revenge on Its closest neighbor In the standing tho Trinity club securing sixteen Hits off of the latter's pitchers, winning 15 to 1. Manager Henry Colenjan, of the Champs, was given another scare, just getting away to 2 victory over tho with Orioles, Relter of the latter, holding tho Champ's to six Hits. The standing to date: W. L. Pet. Clubi 1,000 0 K.o( C 6 9-- tMHIIIIlinil i!P. ; I AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE Give us a trial for first-claservice. We are as close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable ' chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. ss Mystery surrounding the dlsap- pearanco of Miss Beatrice Mary Harreld, who scored a decided "hit" last week as leader of the chorus LAWRENCE M. J. BAHNON. P. BAKNON, JR., J. VEENEMAM, in Mackln Council's, production of YIei Prat, t Trias. PfM. I Kir. SecnUr. Tin Soldiers," was cleared Tucs- day when word came, from Detroit that sho- had become the bride of Chester Sparks, formerly of this city.' They were married Monday morning by the Rev. Father Doherty at St. Vincent ao 'aurs cnurcn in Sewer and Cnlrtrt Pipe, Detroit. The first news of the wed Hansen's Fateat Lidded Pipe for Steaa Condaits, ding was contained in a telegram to Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Titrifled BrlcK, 4 the girl's mother, Mrs. R. W. 'Harreld, announcing that sho had beFire Proofing, Flae Lining, Fire BricK Mrs. come Mrs. Chester Sparks. Grate aad Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Chimney tfojss. Sparks is nineteen years old and was a student In the classical deOFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON partment of the University of Louis HOME PHONES CITY ville. Sho was graduated from tho CUMB. MAIN S07. Louisville Girls' High School four WORKS 13tbcmd Brock. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and lOth. A years ago. Mr. Sparks was employed in the general office of tho u. ana i 11 i m vi i a "I N. railroad, but went some time ago to accept a better position with a railroad In Detroit. There was no objection to the marriage and the couple are expected to soon visit this city. , f fttffri9Zi BANNON PIPE CO. - 's three-bagge- r, 573-178- 6. m imiyyHiin-- n mm to hh a3 -- TRINITY COUNCIL. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. Botk Plumes 3300. Chawk & Smith Attto Co. BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS, PURE. 1 5, At the meeting Monday 6 0 Trinity Council, Y. M. I., was highly Trinity honored by having present witn Friends of the members of the them the Supreme Grand President, Twin City League are already lining T. Burke, who expressed his up for their In Robert favorites the gratification over the excellent work popularity contest of the Kentucky being done by Trinity Council, many of the Irish American, and on tho successful member fair sex are showing themselves to campaign just closed. In ad- be some politicians In securing sup, ship dressing the members of the coun port and promises of support for to tho cil Mr. Burke chose as his suoject their favorites. A trip Compensation World's series with all expenses paid Workman's The en is a prize indeed in the opinion of Act," which was Instructive and tertaining, as it more or less afreets any amateur follower of the game, everyone. A more appropriate time and with the greatest Interest in for tho Supreme President to ad years In baseball the world's series dress the council could not have promises correspondingly to do tno n. occurred as tho membership best in history. Two members of which was brought to a close the Twin City, either officials, playlast week, was the most successful ers, umnires or scorers, will be sent ever conducted by Trinity for a and you can vote In three ways. The long time. The standing of the ballot Dubllshed each week is good teams was given out as follows: for one vote, renewal of each sub Boosters, Progressives, Hohenzollers, scription ten votes anav new bud cam-Dale- Olympics Imperial! night Orioles Champs....: Mackln Rertrandi...; .' 5 4 3 3 2 1 2 3 3 4 .833 .667 .500 .500 .333 .167 .000 for the purpose of furthering the Interests of the Fourth of July picnic for the benefit of the orphans, were edified at the devotion manifested In this great charitable project. Every one was full of enthusiasm and their words rang true as they told of the steady progress being made In the work In hand. It Is evident that foundations are being laid for a splendid financial success, and that .the expectations of eclipsing even tho brilliant affair of last year will be probably realized. The committees reported that they bad Inaugurated tho solicitation of donations and many encouraging results wero obCommittee, tained. Tho Apron through Mrs. E. O. Netherland, exhibited a beautiful quilt, the work of the girls at St. Vincent's, which will be raffled off at the picnic. Tickets for the various branches and others will be distributed at tho next meeting, and all who wish to help In their distribution are asked to come and receive their quota for distribution. Tho assemblage was most happily entertained by Rev. Willianr Qausepohl, who headed a delegation of thirty members from his parish. Ho gave many reasons why tho Catholics of Louisville should rally to the support of this most worthy cause. Thomas W. Tarpy also spoke enthusiastically of tho affair, pledging ils efforts and zeal to aid in thb general result. Every Monday Inspiring meeting will evening be held in'tho K. of C. Hall on behalf of thlsVqharlty, and every ono who comes may be assured of a most hearty welcome. SHOES 4 ; For Dr ess For Business 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. to c SSS k i ( 'n i spring shoes to set for hero Is style, quality, perfect fitting, and, individuality. nbovo all, Both high and low models for the new season, all ready for you. Everything that Is style-goo- d and quajlty good. They are mifirhtv. mlcrhtv nlnvAtv : UJpMlt's hero; ROSTONIANS b' you logical your new Men. n, (An Expert Will P1U Your Mail Order Instantly.) FONTAINE FERRY. prom-iRp- Ill HcKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, The Best Straight Whisky Ob Earth Hy. OLDBARBEE JNO. T. BARBEE INCORPORATED . & CO, Sole Owaars Registered Diat. No. 32 Main Office and Salesroom, same time furnishing each member thereof with a copy. The prize offered by a prominent attorney in town will be awarded the following Monday after the Initiation, wmen takes place on June 5. Arrangements are being perfected to have a smoker for the new candidates and members on June 12. The election for. Recording Secretary will take place on next Monday night. EUCHRE AND LOTTO. Monday night the ladles of tho East End Golden Rule Club will give a euchre party in ,the school hall, 526 Lampton street, for the benefit of St. Peter Claver school. On Tuesday night they will enter- The winning team, tho Boosters, was captained by Ed Zehnder, who DOWN TUB RIVER EXCURSION. Is one of Trinity's most faithful workers and stands ready at all The first down tho river excursion times to lend his assistance. Tho of tho season will be held under other members of his' team were the auspices of St. Philip Nerl'a Louis Clephas, George Hoffman, church next Tuesday on the beautiThomas A. Murphy and Bernard ful steamer Homer Smith. Boat Gratzer. This having been a volun- will leave the foot of Fourth street tary membership campaign no prize at 8 o'clock a. m., tho Portland was awarded by the council. The wharf at 9 and New Albany at winners, however, will be honored n:30 o'clock. Tho committee In by the council having a group photo charge invito their friends to bring taken of the team and placed per- their baekets and enjoy the day. manently In the club house, at tho. There will bo music and dancing. Hustlers, Persoveranco and Stars. scrlptions twenty votes. Tickets for adults fifty cents and lor cents. As Tues children twenty-fiv- e day is Decoration day and a holiday generally observea many are expected to take advantage of thjs opportunity to enjoy this first down the river excursion of the season. jolly NianT. A programme appealing to all fl tastes through Its variety Is nt the Fontaine Ferrv Park Theater commencing with the mat- Ineo Sunday. Headlining this bill will T)e Wllla Holt Wakeflfeld, "Tho Lady of Optimism." in a repertoire of new song saying's and stories. Miss Wakefield possesses a wonder ful personality ana mis is over her audience by tho soothing of her and appealing rendition songs. A potpourri of wit, bright chatter and pantomime is In Prospect with Helen Hamilton and Jack Barnes on the new bill In their skit, "Just Fun." Miss Catherine Powell will offer a repertoire ot select classical dances and Frank Nohor and Selene Kappel will entertain with some novel roller skating, and Ed Morton will sing and do comedy. Saturday the big sanj-tar- y swimming pool opens for tho season, and if tho weather, is what the management predicts an over whelming crowd will bo on hand do4 slrous of ranking among tne nrst to take a plungo Into tho cooling depths. Aa was tho custom last season, bathers will bo admitted to tho park free at all time. P 417-41- 0 Fourth Ave., Louisville. ffife& Kuckolsl rzzsrsemmi HHHHHBB3 Where the QuicK Meal Comes In Where tho homo brightest; Whcro tho work lightest; Where the meal cooked best; Where tho range stands the tost That's where the "Quick Ileal" comes Whcro work is quickly done; Where cooking seems real fun; Where baking gives do-ligh- t; la. Whcro drudge Is out ot sight where That's tho "Quick Meal" cornea In. Quick Meal Gaa Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended uini 2T?4T13T ' '& GLnXT ONE DOLLAR KJJk9 215 W. MARKET ST 726-73- 0 .West Main Street. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. HOI-O- S BAST BROADWAY. tain with lotto, and as there will and handsome pe refreshments prizes each evening the ladles loot for a large attendance. The cause . Is a moat deserving one. The Columbia Athletic Club has arranged for an evening of jollity for its members and their friends Monday night at the club house, 621 East St. Catherine street. Tha programme will open with a cabset show, when Forest Thompson and other well known entertainers will provide amusement. There will be dancing In the open air pavilion and s, good time lor me young peopie. Tn case of rain the entertainment will be postponed to the following Tuesday nignt. (;i EUCnRE AND LOTTO. The next of the series of euchre and lottos will be given Friday afternoon and evening by the St. Louis Bertrand Church Debt and Building Fund in Bertrand Hall, Sixth street, near Oak, the games to bo called at 2:30 and 8:15 o'clock. The committee In charge of these affairs make a specialty of starting the games at the advertised time, this innovation proving a de lightful treat to the followers of this style of entertainment. 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 civen the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old German Insurance BanK Under the Big Clock Second and Macket State Government Sapwrvialoa. $