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Kentucky Irish American: June 3, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916060301_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: June 3, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. FBT THAT IN YOUR Bill fl "br K THE PRIDT. OUW TIPK AND SMOKE IT 1 TACTOWY I Kentucky Irish American NO. 23. flngton, but Mr. Glnncll, M. P., said In the House of Commons that fifty men wore stood up against a wall and shot at that time, their bodies carted to Qlasnevln cemetery and burled In one pile. xa,,... El No mo Wilkoe I Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1916. PRICE FIVE CENTS. - i century, who received tho revelations of Our Lord upon this sub-jmore fully and more clearly than any saint before or since. To & these chosen ones Ho entrusted the ' Of . secrets of his love. That a great devotion to tho Sacred Heart existed h' In English countries before tho The Great Explorer Testifies to V. The Latest Corrcspondcnc of the Irish Pross News Service. Reformation is shown by the many GovernOfficials of the British tho Real Value of Religious representations of it still to, bo seen Irish Press and News ment on Wednesday characterized In painting and sculpture in the AbEducation. as premature statements that hav'o Service. beys of Westminster, Bath, Whitby appeared in the press that David and elsewhere. e was about to make an In choosing the liturgy for this announcement of tho result of his I feast tho church has kept to the rJ; Irish leaders. as conferences with Cardinal Farley Announced gioriiicatlon or our Redeemer's love, Correct Estimate of Parochinjl it is explained, has . Schools Must Be Insisted of which tho Sacred Heart is a symHonorary President of Renot yet completed his inquiries, albol. Tho Introit speaks of God's though ho is proceeding with them Upon. lief Fund. mercy: "For He hath not willas rapidly as possible. .& ii"HH. i...4..'7Wl ingly afflicted nor cast off the chilv dren ot men; the Lord is good to tw''.JIi ttAft NfeV Ml 40 SINGS FIRST HIGH MASS. them that hope in Him," etc. The America Can Profit In Training Collect asks for grace to appreciate Canada Organizing: to Keep Its The Sacred Heart church, Seventho benefits brought to us by the of Its Future Men and Young- Men Out of BritBi cartway, where nuteenth and Sacred Heart. The lesson from merous brilliant religious celebraWomen. ish Army. Isaias celebrates again the mercy of last tions have been witnessed,-was- . God to man. "Ye shall drain waters young scene Sunday the of a with joy," It says, from the Savpriestts first high mass, that for iour's fountains, Tho Gradual rebeauty and impresslveness was unfers to our Lord's sufferings for THE DRIVING POWER FOR GOOD VICTIMS OF BRITISH BAD FAITH surpassed upon any similar occasion us, "O, all yo that pass by tho way, in this city or diocese. The young attend to see if thero be any man who had given up tho world unto my sorrows," and then to labor In the Lord's vineyard was passes to St. John's testimony of Rev. James J. Maloney, son of Mr. A few Irish Press News Service. Him, "Having loved his own, who closing weeks from now Is school- and Mrs. Garrett Maloney, West time. The parochial schools wero In tho world, Ho loved them Cardinal Farley, of New York, la Broadway, and a boy of tho Sacred unto tho end." Tho Alleluia verso of tho country, along- with tho other Honorary President of Heart parish. Long before the thour announced as SUPPLY BASE IN MEXICO UNITED SPATES calls upon us to learn of Him who educational Institutions, will com Cardinal for the mass to begin the church the Irish Relief Fund. These bases formed at various polnjsln Mexico have been used as distribution centers for the army. was meek and humble of heart It wo plete their courses for the present O'Connell, of Boston, and Cardinal was filled with relatives, friends As a means of communication betweenvlhe86 bases aviators aro constantly on tho wing. Insert, would find rest. The Gospel re- year. Tho great benefit of these Vice and members of the congregation Lieut. Largue, United States Avlatlo n Corps. Gibbons, of Baltimore, are counts the piercing of the Sacred places of religious as well as secular Archbishop Walsh, of eager to receive Father Maloney's Presidents. Heart. The Offertory again ascribes education is not recognized as it apblessing. As tho Dublin, has consented to act as a praise to God, "Bless tho Lord, O should be. Much is said in pralso given the would not supportlHrtJ.-lVice President and help distribute peared at the church entrance the my soul, and never forget all that of the public school systems of our organ pealed forth and little boys nomination in Chlcagte. and cltoa the fund. Their h Commonwealths. modern Ho hath dono for thee; who d .in white, girls, tho fact that tho Now Yor Tribune, thy desire with good things. buildings, their social activities, ever sanctuary boys, priests and the feaper in the most rabid Irish Press News Service. widening as they are, their cur. Alleulia." America and a former bitter isnemy celebrant rlcula, aro lauded to tho skies. Gov The Irish Nationalists throughout in stately and his. assistants moved rt procession to the sancof Teddy, now rallies to his ernment bureaus not alono commend the Province of Quebec are organiz- tuary, which was illuminated with BISHOP FOR OMAHA. becauso ho promises to nluntfe ing to keep their young men out of myriad lights and decked with Chucklingthem but use them, without any With Glee Over Im- this country Into war If elected, just Ionth of Beautiful Rite Known the British army. The Secretary of beautiful plants and flowers. Father The appointment of Most Rev. justification, as tho exclusive agento help England and her allies. All the most important Hibernian so- Maloney was assisted by Fathers pending Fight in Republican of this convinces tho average politiis Benediction of Blessed . Jeremiah J. Harty, Archbishop of cies for their educational work. Tho ciety Informs your correspondent Joseph McAleer, Albert Wlcko and Manila in tho Phllippino Islands, as Importance ofofreligious training for cal student that ,if not a great Sacrament. Ranks. that recruiting reached tho vanish- John Fallon, and sang his mass in tho community Is Bishop of Omaha, to succeed the tho welfare leader, Wilson is surely a creature ing point among Hibernians since a clear and strong voice late Bishop Scannell, was announced unfortunately neglected or Ignored. d of good fortune. that Roosevelt's win man who has lived through all the shocking news of the Irish exA In Washington Thursday of last throughout tho sacred edior defeat will bo In his favor. ecutions reached the Province. One fice. After the gospel tho Rev. PatBonzano, tho tho experiences of a thrilling and OrRoosevelt Using Sideshow Meth- of Local conditions aro but typical Description Ceremony and Its week by Archbishop Official con- adventurous life has written some of tho divisions of the Ancient Apostolic Delegate. Walsh, the pastor, these throughout tho country. A der passed resolutions denouncing rick pulpit and preached ascended Significance !y Cardinal firmation of the news reached thing on this subject which it would ods in Attempt to Land tho mass meeting has been arranged by a most the unthe executions as "examples of Omaha In a letter from Monslgnor bo well for the champions of our tno Louisville Roosovelt men to forceful and eloquent sermon on the Xcvhyan. Nomination. paralleled barbarity, unworthy of priesthood and fully explained the Bonzano on Saturday afternoon. It "modern educational Ideas" to take coerce the delegates Into supporting a nation pretending to save small ordination ceremony. It shows vividly and is not known when the Archbishop to heart. They him in tho convention. Tho delestrongly nationalities and a hideous answer present, he said, to thank Godwere gates refuso to be bluffed and say will arrive in Omaha. It may be religious the beneficial Influence of for training. Sir Henry Morto tho claim in Canada that Eng- the great dignity and grace the months before the necessary arany stage they are against land declared war on Germany over priesthood conferred and to con- Fight in Local Republican Party of the game and him at stand pat. Feast of tho Sacred Wcart Day rangements can be made to leavo ton Stanley, tho great explorer of will Henry Bourassa, .Na- gratulate Belgium." headed tho Manila. pray with tho parents It is also not known tno Dark Continent, whoLivingstone, This feeling will naturally be carTypical of tho Situation of Special DovotioiKSr tionalist leader, advocates the Inde- who had and a son to tho altar. search of given whether he will travel direct, via expedition in one ried Into the local fights and It will pendence of Caanda. place in his "AutoEverywhere. . Catholics. mean an easy victory for CongressFather Walsh declared he would SSfiFrancisco or Vancouver, or in more than this fact. give all the world could offer for man Sherley, Nathan Kahn for whatlWshe will come by way of biography" testified to in writing In Irish Press News Service. ot e the 'very first chapter, the privilege of efferlng one mass. a3 Prosecutor ana William Rome. AmibJsnP Harty Is his early Information has been received The' priest has been tho heart and M. Duffy, who will bo n candidate been St. Asaph, life in the workhouse of years ho tells us of this. from a man who has just arrived In soul of civilization, and nothing can to fill tho vacancy caused by tho liiMI born St. Louis, Nrf&WiSfV' iti vzaere aro C'Vwo' imngs, ne this country and who actually par- compare with God'a church, which DEMOCRATS WITHOUT CONTEST retirement of Senator Sam Robert- CALVARY GIVEN AS BIRTHPLACE 1853. atHo was educate4jfeliBv'(lhe writes, "for wMch I feel grateful ticipated in the fighting in Dublin upholds tho secular power. In conson In tho Thirty-eight- h Senatorial ot tsu ixiuis, conr parisn scnoois strange institution ot St. that Major John McBride and clusion he urged his hearers to district. All of these will bo nomPleting his classical studies at St. jeiiow-ma- n nau aeniea. .Thomas McDonagh, who were ex- unite with the young priest in inated without opposition in tho University. He made his AsaphTVJy Tho date of tho political national primary, giving tlw Democrats an . During tho month of June the Louis in philosophy and theology ko me theMiUirm ot affection ana the ecuted by tho British military thanksgiving to God for all his cqurse authorities, had been the victims of gifts. After the mass the clergy, conventions draws near and tho opportunity to take it easy, while beautiful rlto known as the Bene ht. St. Vincent's College at 'Cape bliss of a hoH6" DUt tnrougn nis He says that ot whom thero were many, were outlook for the Democrats grows a couple of bitter,-- ; tont'ests are, on diction of the Blessed Sacramet" is Girardeau, completing' his divinity charltv I hart l.ftrnWTH.tO Know God official bad faith. eve iAaibr.iX - solMintsil f ..jMcBrideajd McDowgh.who, were dinBJE.iiuejl.ofjiFathgr'WalshraLln, brighter, apd ' : tfMjktotter.w Hswsaec.l.'.1";.1;'.''..? r2Li jL.V.""' !" ?. Mnwconimand'"oftbdrebels''lri'"lJacob,s ,tne'eveningwrFather'wMal6ney'was Ingnhal , if I'rWme'n'l-. miSbmtSi prJjSxiifimpKytk&B is the- strongest' I- ei e are tf . rr ? iiiujuiMpaHBM prTcsl'TAprn" 2 5715757ald,,",".u"u"r'"",,wi?T7r,t, biscuit factory during tho Dublin host for his relatives and friends a great statesman or genius he is ol uib' nepuDiicans menuonca lor "Benediction of the Blessed Sacra was appointed Archbishop pf Manila read, It would be impossible to revolt, were visited by priests from at a largely attended reception nt surely blessed with good fortune, Congress. reveal myself, according to tho genRobert Lucas and Eu- ment" conveys no meaning, or at was one Aungler street, who urged them to the home of his parents. Not one as to date ho has gotten all of tho gene Daily will fight It out for the best a very hazy and imperfect one. in June, 1903. whHis a parish of tho eral promise involved in tho title rare cases in priest surrender and told them that if they left the church without receiving best of breaks in politics. Prosecutor's job and "Bob" Harris For the information of such wo give was elevated to Co rank of Arch- of this book, if I wero to be silent regarding my religious convictions. . did so their lives would be spared. his blessing and offering a prayer With both of the leading parties is carded to try for the Senator-shi- a description of the ceremony and bishop. Its significance, written by no less Wero I to remain silent the true key "Send a military officer to us who in return. polling their natural strength this an authority than Cardinal Newto the actions of my life would bo year and normal conditions prevailhas authority to make that offer and man, as follows: Ave will consider it," the rebel leadmissing, or rather let me try to put ing, the Republican nominee would KNIGHTS OF ST. JOHN. ! ers are reported to have said. Tho "I need hardly observe to you, the matter more clearly: Tho secret defeat Wilson In nearly every State priests left and in a short time a In the Union, with the exception of Influenco which Inspired what good Tho annual meeting of tho Ken- my brothers, that tho Benediction Blessed Sacrament is ono of military officer drove up In an d I may have done in llfo for tho samo tho Southorn DemoCommandery of tho of the tho simplest rites of tho church. armored automobile and gave an reason prevented mo from doing cratic States. Wilson Is not strong tucky Grand St. John was held at Tho priests enter and kneel down, assurance that the rebels' lives evil, curbed passion, guided Ino with the people because of his weak Knights of would be spared if they surwhen the fires of youth, licentious Mexican policy and his evident In- MaysYille last Sunday, with a largo ono of them unlocks the tabernacle, company, irreverent mates and a takes out tho Blessed Sacrament, rendered. McBride and McDonagh tent, backed by his Cabinet, to givo inserts it upright in a monstrance agreed to the terms and the surevery conEngland tho best of It in multitude of strange circumstances of precious metal and sets it in a troversy arising over the war. Again Both were must havo driven mo into a conrender was arranged. conspicuous placo abovo tho altar subsequently and firmed state of wickedness." prosperity has not been so rampant In tho midst of lights for all to see. shot. Part of tho story Is corroboras somo would havo us believe, tho "I was therefore grateful," ho to sing; Tho people then begin newsgood times and high wages being continues, "aftpr all, for tho Imated by at least one Dublin priest twlco offers paper, tho Independent, which says: meanwhile tho planting of religious principles in confined to tho districts where war mo by the Biblical education given incense to tho King of Heaven, bo- "Tho Aungler street priests, it munitions aro being furnished. With mo in tho Union. fore whom ho Is kneeling. Then Tho fear of doshould be remembered, made great all of this against his chance tho ing wrong intentionally, thu v'eellnK he takes tho monstrarico in his Goddess of Fortune and Luck has efforts to bring about peaco, and during their numerous visits to begun to smllo on him and tho hands and turning to tho people of reverence, tho Impulse of charity. blesses them with tho Most Holy Democratic party, by stirring up untne possession or a conscience, aro Jacob's factory urged on tho men In the form of a cross, whilo tho entrenched thero tho utter useless-nes- s all duo to this. Without this teach heard of strife in the Republican bell Is sounded to call attention to party, and before adjournment of ing I should havo been little suof holding out, as the military tho ceremony. perior to tho African savage. It It is our Lord's the G. O. P. convention thero will authorities had threatened to shell solemn benediction of his people be more bitterness the building at a certain hour on has been tho driving power for between tho as when Ho lifted up his hands over men Sunday last. However, before tho good, the arrestor of evil. It has Roosevelt and the children, or when He blessed given mo an acuto and porcoptlvo hour mentioned some priests entered than there was in 1912, and that's his chosen ones when Ho ascended saying a great deal. the place, and It Is supposed that as monitor, ablo by Its own delicacy to from Mount Olivet." perceive evil, no matter how de a result of their persuasion tho men To begin with, tho Rough Rider As sons might como before a Is making a whirlwind finish in his finally surrendered." ceptive Its guise. It has formed a parent before going to bed at night, campaign for tho Republican nommagnet oy wnicn to steer mora so once or twice a week tho great stralghtly than I could otherwlso Irish Press News Service. ination, leaving no stone unturned Catholic family comes before tho to accomplish his purpose. All of have done." Sending or receiving letters or Eternal Father, after tho bustle and tricks In his category the "That same Inward monitor," ho other written communications of says a little later on, "bos retoll of tho day, and Ho smiles upon FRANK (HOME-RUN- ) TRIS SPEAKER. are being used and magnified, the any lcind, except through tho malls, BAKER. them and sheds upon them the light me from which are subject to Inspection and Tho $57,000 sensation, who aided latest being the knife throwing inFormer Philadelphia heavy hlt-e- strained from deceiving uttering idlo my of his countenance. It is a full accensorship, has been proclaimed a tho Bostons to win tho World's cident at Kansas City. Press agents now with New York Americans. words, complishment of what the priest with false promises, and breach of the defence of tho realm championship, nqw Cleveland's star. galore aro on tho job, magnifying GRAND PRESIDENT BREEN. Invoked upon the Israelites, "The from hastily condemning them withthe demonstrations in his honor, his act in Ireland by Gen. Maxwell, the ORPILVN PIONIO. Lord bless thee and keep thee, tho personal organs telling daily In out sufficient evidence, from listenBritish commander. PLEASED WITH MEETING. present, Reports Lord show his face to the and ing and from fashion how tho people representation tempest did not re- with to slanders, yielding to joining Storm them, from Irish Press News Service. Division 1, A. O. H., held its are crying for him to lead them from the various commanderles have mercy on thee, the Lord turn strain the and charitably inclined people throughout the Stato wero gratify- his countenance to theo and give It has solftened a naturo The total losses among tho British monthly meeting on Thursday night out of the wilderness. All of thru ing and of tho city from assembling Can order to be forces In tho Irish rebellion were of last week, and despite tho heat is dono to frighten tho Hughes steadily showed the In strength. thee peace." even there be a moro creditable numbers at the K. of in that without its silent and gentlo C. admonitions would, I am sure, bo Increasing touching. rite, In tho judgment 168 killed, 476 wounded and forty-si- x it was well attended and interest- backers and the men in control of Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue was of those who do not believe It? How Hall on Monday evening to listen much worse than It is." missing. The number of armed ing. President Mark ' Ryan occu- the convention who do not want Catholic, is to the reports of committees and and Grand bo In various other places in this rebels is estimated at 3,200, of pied tho chair, expediting the busi- Hughes. Bluff and bluster will fol- selected for Breen, ofChaplain, was many a man, not toa say, "O, that helping by their advice and encourCol. Paul J. this city, moved on seeing It Interesting volume does ho express unarmed 15,000. Thero aro 2,400 ness and giving all opportunity to the watchword of tho Roosevelt agement In tho good work of pre- similar convictions. Tho many danlowers at Chicago and if tho Repub- elected 'Grand Presldont for a term I did but believe It!" when he seeB McIrish rebel prisoners awaiting trial, be heard. Secretary Daniel of Mercy paring for tho Fourth of July picnic of two The tako the give mostly in England. Carthy read a lengthy communica- lican leaders do not accede ,to his elected years. R. F.other officers and Driestpeople tho Fount In adora for the benefit of the orphans. Dis- gers of tho life which he livedat an Ludwlg and bend low were: emphasis. Adrift the demands, but Instead them tion and report from the State Sec- nominate Hughes, then the old F. F. Lucke, Covington; Secretary, tion. It Is ono of tho most beauti- cussion and thought evolved new early added an immigrant from his age, Irish Press News Service. retary relative to the standing of fury a F. G. Miller, Louisville; Treasurer, ful, natural and soothing actions of plans and recommendations looking nativo England to tho Republic of "Hell trials of the. Irish the order in Kentucky, which pro- adago ofscorned"hath nohavo like be Fred Herp, Louisville; Advocate, tho church. to the greater success of this most tho West, a soldier in tho War of , to will rebels are proceeding rapidly, at duced several talks for tho good woman H. Herring, This June 19 will be tho beautiful Interesting event. Reports of many tho Rebellion, a reporter In New will bo tho rate of eighty per day. Sen- of the order. The national conven- altered, as that comparison attitude L. was selected Louisville. as tho place of feast of tho Sacred Heart of Jesus, donations wero received, evidencing York, wanderer through tho great too mild in the tences vary from ono year to life, tion at Boston and tho Kentucky ot Roosevelt comparinghe Is thrown city meeting in May, 1916. Tho honor a day of special devotion among that tho workers aro getting busy Dark Continent, member ot Parlia in case three years in prison being; the most State convention wero discussed in down by tho Republican conven- conferred on Col. Breen was a nice Catholics all over tho world, in al- and that tho generosity of tho peo ment, honored by scientific societies, common sentence. a patriotic spirit. A sourco of ple of It is hardly necessary to. add recognition of his long and valuable most every ago wo find devotion to appeal tho city Is responsive to the and institutions all over tho world- - v. pleasure and encouragement was tion. he will never rest day or night service to tho Knights. to charity. R. F. Laffoy that is the gamut of Sir Henry tho Sacred Heart practiced by somo that Irish Press News Service. the report of tho Visiting Commit- until he accomplishes tho defeat of at least of tho children of the announced the appointment of the Stanley's experiences. Tho Impor Prof. John McNeill, President of tee that no member was on tho tho man who wrests the nomination MOTHER MARY ANGELA. Catholic church. Tho great doctors, following to his committee: Misses tance of tho parochial schools, the Sinn Fein volunteers, who last sick list. Tho receipts will ma- from him. All ot this makes tho St. Ambrose and St. Augustln, point Margaret Long, Viola Saffran, Lor-et- which in this country give this guilty of com- terially help the treasury, which averago Democrat smile, but somo week was found Brutscher, Bessie Potters, Anna needed religious foundation for Mother Mary Angela Sweeney, to CalVary as Its birthplace, for plicity In the Irish revolt, has been will grow when tho bills and claims doubtful ones say "What will hap- tho beloved Superioress of Cardomo there from his wounded side our White, Lula Petry, Mary Ferg, Mar- character of which ho speaks, must sentenced to life Imprisonment and aro insignificant. pen in the event that Roosevelt Academy, near Georgetown, was Lord revealed his heart to men. St. garet Coleriian, Teresa Llndemeyer, bo ever Insisted upon. Catholics tho sentence has been confirmed. captures tho nomination?" critically 111 at St. Joseph's Hos- Gregory tho Great, later on, com- Mollle Stump, and Mesdames W. must strlvo to bring their merits PRIOR'S MOTHER VISITS IIERti. soul hidden Keep, H. Buzan, G. Lanning, M. to tho attention of their follow citRepublicans had pital in Lexington on Wednesday pares tho faithful Tho Irish Press Nows Service. Another general meeting izens. America can profit greatly hoped that the German and while tho pupils of Cardomo woro therein to the dove In the cleft of Quill. Mrs. Mary E. Crowley, mother of Nearly 2,000 perspns now aro In vote would bo found celebrating her feast day, tho anni- the rock. St. Peter Damlan in tho will be held Monday night. by learning the lesson of tho urgent English detention camps as a result Very Rev. Father T. L. Crowloy, supporting the Republican nominee, versary of St. Anegla, an annual eleventh century, St. Anselm and" St. need for religion in tho training pf of tho recent uprising In Ireland, ac- Prior of St. Louis Bertrand's but the following, taken from .custom for which the-- celebration Bernard In the twelfth century were NEW CHURCH. ANOTHER Its futuro men and women. cording to Information brought by church, who was hero on a visit, loft Roosevelt's speech at St. Louis had been arranged before her ill- all apostles of the devotion. St. C. B. ot C. V. a special messenger from Ireland Tuesday evening for her homo In Wednesday, alionates that voto In ness became acute. In the cloister Lutgarfle, a nun of tho" thirteenth Right Rev. Ferdinand Brossart, at Cardomo special prayers are be- century, won for herself tho title Bishop of Covington, officiated The Chelsea, Mass., being accompanied the event he is nominated: "I and made public Tuesday. at NEARING GOLDEN JUBILEE. prisoners are said to include Arthur by Father Crowloy as far as Column of Alli- ing said for her rocovory and fam- of Lutgarde of tho Sacred Heart. tho laying of tho cornerstone the Griffiths, editor of Nationality; P. bus. During her stay she was the ance with all my soul; the acts of ilies all over Kentucky, in which Blessed Ida of Louvaln, another St. Joseph's church at Crescent Most Rev. Sebastian G. Messmer, T. Daly, General Secrotary of the guest ot the Misses Kennedy, of Its leaders constlttue moral treason she Is deeply revered, are earnestly nun in the following century, as Springs last Sunday. Bishop Bros- Archbishop of Milwaukee, will on. Gaelic League, and Alderman Cole. 9G1 Seventh street, a reception be- to our Government and its people." hoping for her speedy restoration well as St, Frances of Rome, St, sart was escorted from Fort Mit- July 23 next celebrate tho forts n persons, it was said, ing held there by the Young La- Incidentally in connection with this to health. Mother Mary Angela Margaret of Cortona, Blessed An- chell to tho church by 100 mounted fifth anniversary of his ordinate were sentenced to death by dies' Sodality to meet her, while It must be remembered that 80 per will have been a member of tho gela of Foligno, tho great Benedic- Knights of St. John, tho Catholic to the holy priesthood. He Of these fifteen wero ex- other receptions for the ladles and cent, of the German and Order of Sisters of the Visitation tine Abbots Clsneros and BIoslus, Order of' Foresters and other benev- consecrated Bishop of Greon, vote in this country Is fifty years September 2 and ar- and St. Francis de Sales, are all dis- olent society members. The church on March 27, 1892, and trana were, sen- parish members were arranged by ecuted, and seventy-ninrangements to celebrate the golden tinguished by their deep love of tho will cost $7,000 and will havo a to Milwaukee and raised tenced to prison from one year to Mr. and Mrs. S, J, McElllott and allied with tho Republican party. .life. seating capacity of 300. Rev. Archleplscopal dignity Novj The authorities have stated Mrs. Mary Griffin. An automobile Now. for another view. The Irish jubilee fittingly already are under Sacred Heart. that two other men named Mcln-ty- r trip to St. Catherine's and Nazareth World, a leading publication of its way. In July will fall the forty-- But it was St. Gertrude and St Herman Russe, at present stationed 1903. On November Porto-bIt- o Academies was also gives In Mrs. kind a'ad a staunch supporter of first anniversary of her assuming Mechtilde, in the seclusion of their at Villa Madonna, will be pastor ot have been for ten year and Dixon were shot at c Barracks with Sheeny Skef- - Crowley's honor. Roosevelt in 1912, now says that it' the auperlorsnlp or Cardome. Benedictine home in the thirteenth the new congregation. sistant at the Pontine IRELAND. rp' vasjggjfc'. W hSbS W" W'WJ 1 v- - w twy. 4 s - - VMS & w r!- 59 ct STANLEY T ". 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Bbii t tii.ij!?zH!jegjt" w JyaJ-cAMreM aH CsuHeJitflOM to ths KINTVCtCY (MSH AMBWCAN, 3W-2- Stewakt Dir Goods Co INCORPORATED in Connect i6n .With James Mc Crecrv 5 JCoJtetyorki I Writ Qreee St. TRADES ffiaff) COUNCIL j SUMMER House furnishing Necessities ! LOUISVIDLE, KY. MEXICO. .SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1916. matter of fact Catholics themselves not Baptists are doubly taxed now. They pay their full share for the support of public schools, and besides they support their own schools. They are not asking Baptists or any other Protestant body to support these schools or to pay taxes to suatain thcm The DapUst convention seems to be anxious to make it appear that such is the case. In this they misjudge the position of their fellow Catholics in this country or else they deliberately misrepresent It. As the True Voice supposes, it would be a hopeless task to try to convince the delegates to that convention that their fears are groundless. They have become so accustomed to "viewing with grave concern" the Catholic chuich and its progress in this country that their own business becomes secondary to denunciations-o- f the Catholic church when they meet in conventions. They are suspicious of the church nnd they are continually voicing their fears. In this way they have convinced themselves that they are leally in danger. If they did not have the Catholic church to fulminate against wo don't know what they would do in their conventions. That part of the proceedings is always reported in the press dispatches. Carranza has demanded that the American expeditionary forco withdraw from Mexico. Notice has been served upon President Wilson that) our action was without Carranza's consent and can not bo considered other than an invasion. These acts, he insists, contradict tno protesseu friendly attitude of the American This is certainly Government. handing it to President Wilson, whose policy has been vacillating and without any good results. SISTEIIS GIVEN IjIKEHTY. For the Kitchen, Porch and Lawn $9.50 $12.00 Hammocks Lawn Swings $3.50 La'vvn BOMB MISSES This remarkable photograph was mado just when a bomb dropped by a German air raider over tho trenches of the British struck the earth and burst, throwing fragments high into the air. One of the men Is watching the action of the German aviator. COMING EVENTS. BRITISH TRENCH. Porch Hammocks of heavy Army Duck, with steel frame, and spring and cotton top mattress. These have reclining head rest and back rest,- - ad justablc to either sidevJT'ftcy can be pur chased with frame, if wished. -16-inc- Swings, made of selected hardwood, free from knots or imperfections. r Folding1 Chairs 69c V Judge George C. Glbbs last week handed down his decision in the habeas corpus case of the Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Augustine, Fla., who had been arrested by order of on Easter Gov. Park Trammell Monday because they wero teaching little colored children how to read and write and seeking to give them a knowledeg of God and his laws, The distinguished jurist refused to allow justice and right to bo tram meled, despite the Governor's or der, and handed down a decision giving the Sisters their freedom ana declaring the law under which they were arrested unconstitutional. DESPICABLE. h Itussla! Petty offlclaldomNew York could give pointarto Russian tsples. MayorjUjfttfieii was caught Jn his owjrap Dut escaped indict- Hls plot was foiled by Monslgnor John J. Dunn, Luke J. Evors, the Rev. Wlllam B. Farrell and the Rev, Joseph P. DIneen, whose great work was the care of the 22,000 children In the institutions of New York Mon-slgn- or That "wire tapping" affair In After six months of investigation New York has created quite a sento determine to what extent public sation in the metropolis. Indictments of two of those concerned school teachers in Porto Rico wero ia the disgraceful affair indicate forced to make political contributhat the end is not yet. lb is hard tions, two convictions In court have to conceive how honorable men been obtained, the first being that concerned in such of an American Protestant mlnlsi7; could be despicable work as "listening in" Rev. Sidney W. Edwardsyeifoned on private telephones. But that at Utuado. Itr is estjnjated that as SapA-fttna vear has been city officials should sanction and 'much as PiJd'-- o political parties by the approve of it is astounding. And AI11 .A lv sun wu tll. ui uic iiauu;yjjt veachers. luitv ..... Congressman Cox, of the .New Albany district, is aiding tho Republican party by his fight against the Griffin bills in behalf of superan nuated letter "carriers and postal clerks. This course may place htm upon the superannuated Congressional list. City. BRITISH TREACHERY. r M University, Washington, September Work on tho programme Is nearly completed. The conference holds general meetings usually in the evening, at which fundamental problems of Interest to the entire membership are discussed. It holds section meetings, each one being in Charge of a special committee Intel ested In a particular field of relief work. This arrangement lends intense interest to the meetings since there are no less than twenty-seve- ri Miss Catherine Cress spent the States represented at the Con- week end with her aunt, Mrs, ference sessions. John A. Doyle, Thomas McDonough, at her .country of this city, is one of the National home near Fern Creek. Vice Presidents. HARD PICKING. Miss Emma Doherty, of LakeTRINITY COUNCIL. land, was a recent guest or Misses Picking the winners at the spring East Mary and Katherine Foley, races Is easier than picking the Taking Into consideration the In- Elm street, New Albany. Republican Presidential nominee be- clement weather on Monday night at the Mr. and Mrs. John McAtoer have cause of the following angles: The a good attendance was had during meeting of Trinity returned from Ada, Okla., where accept Hughes which considerable Council, Progressives will not business was they made an extended visit to their or Root! the old guard Republicans transacted. Five more applications daughter, Mrs. James Wintersmlth. and for membership wero received. Joe will not accept Roosevelt, was elected Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ford, of Roosevelt will not accept anyone Hodes The Council Recording Secre Deputy, William tary. Tenn., out Roosevelt. Take your choice. Goda, was present to Install Mr. Elizabethtown, parents, are hero on a Mr. and Mrs. visit to their who was Thomas H. Hines and M. J. Ford. Henle, Hodes, also Mr. AND "MAY" NOT. recently elected a member of the Executive Committee. Next Monday Miss Mrs. Nicholas 'Methodist ministers who officiate night the initiation of the 125 new Katherine Rltter, Rltter and of New Albany, the, marriage of a divorced per- members will take place in tho returned Saturday from St. at son in violation of the rules of the auditorium. The degree team from where they visited Elmer RltCouncil church "may" bo changed with mal- Macklu tho first,has been secured to ter. second and third Impart administration before the confer- degrees, while the fourth degree Mr. sJnd Mrs. Joseph Cliff, of ence,' according to the amendment will be put on by Trinity's degree Houston, Texas, aro visiting hero adopted by the General Conference team. This Is one of the largest as the guests of Mrs. Catherine the history Initiated Catherine of the Metholdst Episcopal cnurcn. classes ever M. I. Onin the Monday Breslln; of Wast St. a.4 11.A Hrnf....ltr.ci nrnrADQ tf.nm- - of tho Y. the initiation a "get ac- street. following , quainted 'smoker" will be held for selves against divorce. Mrs. John A. O'Connor, of South the new members, And at the same Twenty-sixt- h street, leaves tomortime the prizes won by the "Boost- row for a two weeks' visit to her SOARING THEMSELVES. ers" team, who finished first in tho niece, Mrs. Margaret Hengsch, In The Northern Baptist conrentlon membership campaign, will bo Chicago. at Minneapolis last week "viewed awarded. . The mariage of Miss 'Alice Bowwth grave concern the disposition CLOSING EXERCISES. man "and Walter E. Fahey will be ofJ the Roman Catholic church to .nlamnlvocl tvIHi n niintl.il hlch mass ta!s us through the State with the The closing exercless of St. Leo's at St. Cecilia's church next Wednes tomorrow day morning. Both have a wiue school support of Its institutions; that we evening will take place in the school hall at High- circle of friends who will be inter especially oppose being compelled as land Park. There will be vocal and In tho wedding, miss iiow- taxpayers to pay for the mainten- instrumental numbers by tho pupils ested is a sister of Mrs. Ambrose man ance of parochial schools, which are and presentation or diplomas by Beierle. pastor. i and should, remain purely private Rev. J. J. Fitzgerald, tho 'begun glad to Work on the new school was Her One might suppose this week and it will be completed greet many friends weie upon her institutions." Miss Nora Cashing of tho resolution for the fall term. .from the language return to her home in Frankfort from Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hosiiat the Baptists of this country RECOVERING!. pital, fully recovered from the efte in danger ot being unjustly Miss" Mary Dillon, who was hurt fects of an operation and recent IllThov id, by Catholics, limy viow V1wl o foil from o qtIkdIi rclilla Wl. ness, She is a stater of William grave concern" and give to)Inft through Mocking Bird .Valley Cushlng, with the Kentucky Disa for publication tneir tears last week, suffering a wrenched tilleries Company. .Catholic ehureh may tax back, is recovering at her home, Mr, and Mrs. Daniel Weber ,"Vi tr the 8Ute with the . the engagement .of their not muici IIM UHMlfelUft pwlD institutions. A8 whea she met with the accident. sister, Haiel A, Weber, ty John T. 17-2- 0. Meln-rad'- s, The following is an example British treachery and perfidy, but there is not united protest In the press, which believes that John BU11 can do no wrong: A manufacturing firm in Pittsburgh sent by mall a proposal to do certain electrical work in Christiana, Norway. The papers failed to arrive and after some delay the Pittsburgh firm was notified that the bids could not be held open any longer and the contract was awarded to a British firm. Proof of this particular case is in the hands of Secretary Lansing, but to date the British Government has not apologized or explained for its action. pro-Engli- The St. Anthony's Messenger with Its Juno issue enters its twenty-fift- h year, appearing in a now dress, and its pages teaming with good things for its readers. The Messenger Is a splendid magazine and a credit to of the Franciscan fathers. CATHOLIC CHARITIES. The National Conference of Catholic Charities will hold its fourth at the Catholic biennial session Hourlgan, tho ceremony to takwl placo at St. Anthony's church ,Jn and varnished. knives. June 4 Closing exercises of St. Tuesday morning, Juno 20, o'clock. Leo's school, Highland Park. Both young peojno are June G Euchre and lotto, after- well known In Catholiojifrcles and Oil Stoves $3.50 Irons $2.19 noon and evening, by Young Ladles' have a host of frleus who wish Garden Hose them a pleasant voyage on the Sodality of St. Michael's church. New Perfection Oil Special Sale of Gen$4.75 June 8 Euchre and lotto, Sts. matrimonial Cooking Stoves, aro eral Electric and Hot Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, afterA special offering of Tho HUbar cirl who arrived nt tho smokeless and odorPoint Electric Irons. noon and evening. 50 feet, guaranhome Mrs. less, specially priced teed Garden Hose, June 18 Closing exercises of St. Connotfy. 427and North William J. Twentieth Toasters at 98c with hoso reel and Philip Nerl's school at 7:45 p. m. strjKit Inst week, in this sale: will bo christened combination brass d June Minstrels of tomorrow Westlnghouse ElecSt. Cecilia's church $ 7.05 nozzle. Athletic Club in Bertrand 'afternoon, her name to be Mary Oval shape Tennis tric Toasters, com8.05 Hall, evening only. Margaret. Rev. J. J. Maloney, who J burner, Racquets, extra plete with cord. Cookers $15.00 Juno 21 Trinity Council mon celebrated his first mass at Sacred strung 08c iigni excursion on steamer Momer Heart church last Sunday and who Duplex Durham Smith. Hot Plates 98o is a cousin of tho new arrival, will $21.00 Stoves $14.00 FIrelcss Cookers, Racquet June 29 Moonlight tfrcursion. act at the christening. Hardwood lined throughout with Gas Hot given by Columbia Athletj& club on Stoves, Gas Jewel pare aluminum. Havo Cases, which prevent Plates, with Improved steamer Homer Smith. . WILL VISIT IRISH HOME. wlth,16 - lnch oven and three aluminum cookwarping 40c broiler attachment. July 4 Annual orphans' picnic on burner. ing vessels. Rev. Jeremiah P. O'Mahoney, asgroun St. Vincent's sistant to tho Rev. P. M. J. Rock July 27 Pierre of St. Leo's church, ThornM.rry's Grove, after at the Cathedral, has received tho kindly consent, of Bishop O'Donag-hu- e noon anu ev and will spend a long vacation in Ireland, visiting his aged mother and other relatives. Father O'Mahoney will leave tomorrow and after -landing at Liverpool will proceed rto Cork, where his mother, who has given Ave children to the church, still resides. It is eleven years since O'Mahoney Erin's are Father since when his saw passed Mr. and Mrs. Logan Rock Great Feature Race of Douglas Spring Meeting shores, father again in Frankfort. into eternal rest. Ho was ordained In St. Patlrck's Cathedral, Misses Frances Yates and Annie City, and during his two New York years In Abram will spend the summer at Louisville he has made many Leltchfield. friends, who wish him a pleasant $15,000. voyage and safe Very Rev. Miss J. T. O'Neal and family will J. P. O'Mahoney, 'return. President of St. open their summer home at Powee Viator's College, Chicago, will take Great Race Meeting Over Superb Track at the Largest Racing Plant in Kentucky. Valley on July 1. his placo during his absence. Kentucky Handicap Saturday, June 3, $10,000 added. Speculation Stakes SatMiss Esther Fischer has had as MILITARY CARNIVAL. urday, June 10, $1,500 added. Spring Trial Stakes Monday, June 12, $2 500 added. her guest her mother, Mrs. Laura Fischer, of Stithton. St. Michael's Commandery of tho JOHN HACHMEISTER, Manager. Admission $1.50 and $1.00 Knights of with First Race Each Day 2:30 P.M. Miss Clara Angermeier is expect- St. Peter's St. John, connected miliparish, will give a ed home soon from Nazareth, where tary carnival and prize drill next she has been attending school. Wednesday night on tho church "Moon-Litegrounds at Seventeenth and GarMeagher spent the land. The grounds will bo IlluminMiss Catherine Springfield, the guest last week at with colored electric lights STEAMER HOMER SMITH of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Waters, Jr. ated the Knights will be assisted by and Catering again to those In search Society and of diversion and offering unlimited has been tho St. Vincent do Paul Miss Alda Stephens An tho ladles of spending two weeks at West Point entertainment the congregation. will amusement to tho likes of tho most Rachael take place in for tho children The exacting with her mother, Mrs. the afternoon. Tickets SOo. Children 25c. Boat leaves foot ol Fourth street S;15 Stephens. niQH CLASS VAUDEVILLE sharp. drill, In which the various of the Falls Cities will Finefit Dnnoe Pavilion in the South Dr. J. J. Connolly and Mrs. Conbegin at 8:30 in Daily Freo Band Concerts, Direcnolly, of South' Louisville, visited participate, will a special prize "has evening, Mrs. S. D. Thompson at Prestonla tho offered and one with tho larg- tion SIg. Natiello. been the on Friday. IPopuIar Riding Devices and Other est number of uniformed men in line, and also the Ladles' Auxiliary Features. Miss Beatrice Ready, of Frankpresent the largest number Admission to Park After 0 p. in. fort, has been spending the week having a to answer roll The Best StraightWhisky On Earth with her sister, Mrs. R. W. Harreld, handsome gavel. call will receive will 10 cents. Children under DP.beforeo The proceeds 10 cents. Children accompanied by 830 Fourth avenue. go toward paying the expense of parents, freo at all times. D. L. McCarthy and E. Meade the recent improvements made to have been spending a week in Now tho church. INCORPORATED York City, buying for tho Stewart PHOENIK HILL PARK ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE. Solo Owners Registered Dist. No. 32 Dry Goods Company. Lawn Mowers $2.50 Lawn Mowers, with open wheel and three Folding Lawn Chairs, with arms, canvas seat and back. Lawn Benches 69c aLao Folding. Lawn Benches, 31" feet long, painted Hardwood Hose Heels 59c Hardwood Hoso Reels, with capacity for 100 feet of hose. 7-- otir. FOR TENNIS 19-2- 0 Ber-tran- -- J - SOCIETY. The Kentucky Handicap Park &iSate viftf' Saturday June Council moS'mJj?: 3 toMon.,Junel2. Fontaine Ferry ParK MacRin now orj3ir. " DANCING WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 7. REFRESHMENTS OLDBARBEE JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. 726-73- 0 The graduating exercises of St. Open For the Season. Joseph's College at Bardstown will take placo on Wednesday, June 14, when tho address will be delivered NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR by the Very Rev. T. L. Crowley, O. P., S. T. M., Trior of St.. Louis Bertrand's church. Although re opened but five yeais ago under the direction of the Xaverlan Brothers, St. Joseph's College already enjoys an enviable reputation for excellent scholarships The college has a This beautiful Park has been noted faculty with the Rev. Brother Fidelis, C. F. X as President. Four greatly improved and Is furnished will graduate In the classical course with perfect equipment throughout. and four In the English course. Societies and parties should consult tho management of iPhoenix Hill before closing contracts. Picnics, Socials, Outings, r Main Office and Salesroom, West Main Street. Phone' "As Near to You as the Nearest Boys' Confirmation Suits to get them Our Special $3.00 Spray Oar Special $5.00 Wreath The largest values In Funoral Flowers ever offered in Loulivllla For prompt delivery call ?23 both phones. NINETY-FOURT- 'I" LirJ,." nu eo annual comThe ninety-fourt- h Assistant Manager, mencement exercises of St. CathAcademy at Springerine of Sienna field will be- held on Tuesday morning, June 13, beginning at 9:30 was Catherine's o'clock. ' St. founded by the Sisters of St. Dominic and stands among tho foremost educational institutions and a credit to Kentucky. Here many of the first ladles of tho Southland, NORTON BUILDING were Catholic and educated, and from Its walls have N.W. Corner Fourth and Jeffcrsir gone forth teaching Sisters, who have taken high rank in nearly all GOOD MAN DEAD. States of the Union. The news of the death of James SACRED HEART CHURCH. J. Hill, who from a poor Irish boy of rose to be a railroad king and one Rev. Patrick Walsh, pastor Sacred Heart chruch, Seventeenth of tho country's foremost and most and Broadway, announced last Sun- progressive citizens, which occurred day that during tho summer months at his homo In St. Paul, was everythe masses on Sundays and holy where received with expressions of days would, be at 7 and 9 o'clock. regret and sorrow. His funoral This change wJU be welcomed by was held Wednesday, the services, the members of the congregation, being conducted by Vicar General Gibbons, who was with the deceased during his last hours. Most Rev. CLOSING EXERCISES. Archbishop Ireland, who was an InTho closing exercises of St. 'Philip timate friend and adviser,' said in Nerl's school will take place In commenting on Mr. Hill's death: "What can I say that tho whole Wlndthorst Hall, Sunday evening, June 18, tho performance to begin country is not saying? A great The children of man has gone from earthly life. Not 'at 7:45 o'clock. the higher grades will enact a only a man of rarest talent of mind, drama entitled "Heroines of the a genius, but also onetowho has iut the service Revolution," followed by drills, his wondrous talent songs and minuets by the other 'of fellowmen, whose whole 'career pupils of the school. Admission was marked with strict .integrity twenty-flv- e cents, reserved seats fif- and highest sense of honor; I must say In simplest truth that he loved teen cents extra.. - HARRY DECKER, Now is the time and Levy's is the place The "Confirmation Suit" is a specialty in this store we have studied for fifty-fiv- e years how to give you the best and most for vour money. They arc beautifully made of the best fabricsobtaina"ble pleasingly styled and carefully tailored; with Knickerbocker knee pantn or long pants. They are positively the best that can be made at their respective prices. $4.00 and upwards. r 81v 1 irtAurHi fourth Avenue Loulrvfflr. noum snap uotSno an "Flowers telegraphed everywhere." your boya'aa ducatlon that wUl prpu tlicra lor llf. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE non-Cathol- Classical, Scientific and Builnea courses, preparatory Department, Larro Swlmmlnir Pool, Well Equipped QyiaQa-InTerirm Mndinta. Bro Jam pa. Ttlr 112 W. Broadway, ZalirlU, Xy. Conducted br the Xaverlan Brothera. BEST QUALITY IMPORTED. Altar, Alb and Surplice Laco at reasonab.e prices. We would appreciate a visit from you when ia the market for tliene-good- s. Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S. FOURTH AVE. I pVY'SlHERRMAHN Li IMPORTERS BR0S- - Third and Market. and respected religion and held the Christian faith to be ,the supreme principle of human righteousness FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Barnda of Kentucky Whiskies, especially, Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. 1S43. 234 S.SJXTH STREET and human life." RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN IOUISVIIiLiE AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS CHINCH ENGRAVING COMl'AN ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky MB W. Main St., Homo Phone City 5674 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY BY & TWIN CITY LEAGUE POPULARITY CONTEST Help M tMMMMMMMMMMM HERMAN STRAUS SONS POURTH AVCNUt MtMIM ( send Your Favorites in the Twin City League to this season's wcaimaweo Jf MARKET STREET THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED 00. 10 WORLD'S BASEBALL SERIES Votes for Each Old and 20 for Each New Subscription. $1.00 Per Year. The KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN will send ihe Two most popular members of the Twin City Baseball League to the World's Series with &U expenses paid. Any player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. Votes by ballot or paid subscription. . Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBACH" D28 W. Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. Confirmation Dresses! $3.98 to $15 Beautiful line 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; sizqs 8 to 14 years; specially priced for Monday from $3.98 to $1.00 hand-embroider- ICE CREAM '1104 South SovcntU Street Phono City 6574 ARTISTIC PRINTING World's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE This coupon, good for one vole, to be counted for "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON FIRST CLASS WORK "All Ready for Your Griddlo In the Give This Offico Your Next Order Morning" 317 W. GREEN ST. SAUSAGE HAMS, LARD, ' LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Telephone City 946 (Incorporated.) Mr Girls' Dresses $1.98 to $4.50 ' v Address whom I consider Twin City League. Thos. II. Kennedy KENNEDY-COADY Louis D. Coady the most popular member or' the Incorporated 00. R. JEUNESSE BUILDING CONTRACTOR MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Homo Phono, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR SHEET METAL 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawneo 1383-- L. OG. STIGLITZ & SONS MANUFACTURERS Louisville Made Furnaces S. Ninth St. Home Phone City 2542 210-22- 3 Following Is tho , roster of the ter. Knights of Columbus B. Schulto, Twin City Baseball League, each nf wtinm fa ontltlflfl tn enter the Mclcher, Frantz, JIattlngly, Bohan-nor, Ceresi, Madden, Curley, Kentucky Irish American's World's Kenealy, Hamilton, HamLouisville, Ky. series contest, the first coupon ior Phono South 1753 mond, Joe Murphy, F. Weber, CHnes. which appears In this Issue: Mackin Council C. EHers, ThornImperials Fussenegger, Traeger, THOS. J. BRODERI0K Haag, ton, Schlcman, R. Med rath, Morris, Dosler, Aulbach, Murphy, Lally, PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Eschman, R. Pontrich, E. Harrigan,n Warren, Conley, L. Melsner, Davis, Schene, Scheckler, Elpers, Ohlle, Renn, Weber, Con-nnr- Hafner, uv Rfnlr. Vnor. Kraemer. Ed- - Cronan, Atwell, Larkin, McDonough. Home Phono City 4392-- J Bertrands R. Haragon, L. Hara-go- n, elen, Chenoweth, McDennott. Finn, Wcsterman, Hlgglns, u. Sieger, Orioles Kuebert, 1000 Zane Street Weber, E. PfaCInger, C. Weber, E. Burke, J. Murphy, Clifford, Polln, Pfaflmger, Soeder, Koehler, Loeffler, Hines, Russ, House, Meagher, CarPEOPLES PBOVIDENT ASSOCIATION Wiedmelr, Baumgarten, ney, Fitzgerald, Bloomer, C. Flynn. McCabe, Incorporated. Olympics J. Murphy, Lovett, Dal-toWllHnchurst, SMimnMzar. TCeltnr. n was organized by citizens Fries, M. Logan, J. Deeken, Schott, J. Hogan, Temberley, Ches to make LOANS on furnlturo and other personal property at LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bid?., S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones, 2886. 810 YORK STREET n, Bos-meyen, well-know- Chester, Mclitfyre, J. Scully, E. Flynn. Henry, O'Laughlin, Flnne-gaT. Scully, W. Murphy, J. Murphy, C. Voss, G. Idler. Glrsl' Princess Slips 00c to $1.50. Trinity Council Shadburn, X Girls' Princess Slips; made of Kaiser, Moore, Bbsler, Bluel, Sprunk, Donnelly, Sandman, D. T fine quality lingerie cloth and scco silk; neatly made and Cummings, B. Cummings, Hag'nor, trimmed with lace or embroidery; Branagan, Klllorn, J. Carraro, W. sizes 6 to 18 years. Special MonStammerman, Schwlnd, Neumeyer. S1.50 day 00c to Champs Trager, Hack, Gill Brownneld, Ott, Lleber, N. Murphy, Children's 30c Gowns 2oc. Clegg, O'Brien, Curran, M. Hogan, Delehanty, Jack Sheehan, Lapaillo, Gowns; Children's Cambric Coleman. tucked yoke; full length and Officers Capt. Frank Reichert, wjdth; sizes 2 to 10 years; value Edward J. Wolfe, E. Stelnbock, 39c. Monday special 25c Thomas D. CHnes. n, 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 h good quality muslin and cluster pf tucks; sizes 2 to 12 years; value 17c. Special Monsoft-finis- J I day , 10c t Girls' 50c Conns 30c. Girls' Cambric Gowns; neat yoke; finished tucked with ruffle; full width and length; sizes 8 to 14 years; value 50c. T Special Monday . ., l 30c HIBERNIANS. KNIGHTS Lato OF COLUMBUS. Colored Dress Materials For Summer I h Crcpo Tussah Cloth In a beautiful rango of colors; Black specially priced for SI. 10 sizes 44-inc51-inAll-wool Imported Checks AH 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. Residence Phone, Pewee Volley Phone, City 3180. 21-J. SEE F00LEY MONEY CONFIDENTIAL RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY Courier-Journ- al What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Division 3 will meet next Monday evening. A new division Is being organized parish at in the Annunciation Buffalo. With none on tho sick list, Division 1 is steadily adding to Its News That Will Interest Members Here and Else- nnd .. A. AVhito .. ol j $1 JSO where. m ' Thlrtv-fiVrecelvpd iho thrpo ilf. grees last Sunday at Dayton, Ohio. Tho fourth decree initiation sit. Indianapolis was every way successful. Cardinal Farlpv rontrlhnfod SKOO 'ro tho New York City building fund. Signatures are being secured lor the new Kentucky council at G Hard-Insburg. Tailor Suiting Plaids, stripes and checks; auto spring dresses. Fifteen good col- sultablo for sport coats. Special 75c for $1.50 and. . ors in this lot. Only $1.75 42-inc- h All-wo- ol Crepe Just the right weight for Foulard 54-in- All-wo- 1, Building JOS. DALY 420 415 Fourth Street FINE ICE CREAM AND SHERBETS 75c Per Gallon Special prices to Churches, Festivals and all largo orders I i Bu - .. & t BALL MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, Inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- CONTRACTING PAINTER WATHEN Green Street, Louisville, Ky. 480 S. Eighth St. West . IYIDAKT I J. committee appointments John Riley, of Division 3, ranks second to none. AL. S. SMITH, PROP. ' JOHN M. MULLOY, In the death of Patrick Holloy, of Division' 3, the order lost a mem212 West Market. ber who had been an earnest and faithful worker. County President Connelly has promised the future membership of 810. BOTH PHONES the little girl arrival at his houso to the Ladles' Auxiliary. Division 1 of Buffalo celebrated anniversary with a Its twenty-sixt- h Rev. large gathering. Vincent Funeral Directors Kelly delivered tho address. President John Hennessy, of DiEmbalmers. vision 4, plans to have the many young membors of that division form a separate entortalnment comA.VBJJVUE; CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071--l y HOME PHONE 88 mittee. Telaabo&e lOiV. v order at The members of the Portland, Ore., had their annual memorial mass for deceased mom-be- SOCIETY DIRECTORY. last Sunday at tho Church of S the Madeleine. ? Hibernian Hall at Portland, Ore., was thronged Sunday night for tho A. O. H. purpose of making public protest against the execution of the Irish DIVISION 1. XrfLedbn. leaders by tho British Government. y Meets Fourth Thursday, Liedorkranz Two divisions of the Ladles' Hall, Sixth and Walnut. made a creditable showing Sunday morning at Columbus, Ohio, President Mark Ryan. when thoy attended St. Dominic's Vice President W. L. Cushlng. comchurch and received holy Recording Secretary Daniel Mcmunion. Carthy. But little, If any, preparation has Secretary Edward Financial been made for the Kentucky State Clancy. Is convention to be held here. It Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Intimated that the meeting will be Sorgeant-at-Arm- s James English. held on a Sunday, giving all dele1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Tim Lyons. Sentinel present. gates opportunity to be , The Hibernian Rifles of ColumDIVISION 3. bus, Ohio, attended requiem mass at Hiberfor their deceased members at Holy First and Third MondayPortland. 0 nian Home, Family church, visited their graves President Lawrence J. Mackey. In Calvary cemetery, and then asoocH joined the Spanish War Veterans Vied President John J. Riley. Secretary John J. Home City 2908 3. In their Decoration day services, Financial Climb. Main 2998-- a when Rev. Father McDennott de- Hesslon, Jr. livered tho address. Recording Secretary Matthew O'Brien. XAZARETH. Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. The commencement exercises of Sentinel Thomas Noon. Nazareth Academy will take place Thursday, June 15. A special train DIVISION 4. will be run from the Tenth-streMeets Second and FourtlTIond ays, depot that morning. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. COMMENCEMENT. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. h The annual commencement exercises of Bethlehem Langan. Secretary James J. Recording Academy at St. John, Hardin county, will bo held next Thursday. The McTIglio. Treasurer Bat Connolly. n graduates will bo Miss Loralne Sentinel M. J. McDormott. and Miss Temple Evelelgh. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. All the late and saw Styles and Shapes can be fentidkere at reaeonable price. CARROLLTON. Y. L Tho new St. John's church at MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Carrollton, one of the finest in tho Covington diocese, will be dedicated Meets Monday Evenings at Club Rev, with impressive ceremony. House, 344 North Twenty-sixtI Investigate! Our New Free Aloystus Father Ahmann, of St. President S. O. Hubbuch. Delivery Service. church, Covington, who was pastor M. F. First many yeare and began the erec- Schaad. Vice President for SEE ODR ADS IN THE TIMES, tion of the church, will preach the Second Vice President R. L. HERALD AND POST. ' dedication sermon. Scheckler. tfliW Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. w MMMtmmrmm vtttXtsSMEA WEDDING JUBILEE. G. Secretary . W. Recording rwmmn UJ TT LJl VlirM W SMITH'S 1 f AA M. AM. CfMWJ 1 treasury. The county Initiation of the LaCity 7075 dies' Auxiliary at Indianapolis last Sunday added another large class. Members of Division 1 are giving President Ryan earnest support, with results that are really gratifying. As a hustler for the order and on PLAYERS TRADE MARK JSX NEW BLEND 65C 2 Lbs. 1-- 2 Special rebate ticket good for 10c In trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend. Funeral Director and Embalmer f aoq WF.ST TRFFERSON STRERT H.B0SSES0N and 510 FKHR Fort Wayno had another red letter day, adding eighty-eignew members. Tlie new council just instituted at Prairie du Chlen, Wis., starts off vtlth sixty-fiv- e members. Creditable and edifying was the fourth degree exemplification at Columbus, Ohio, last Sunday. inThe council at Columbus creased forty-tw- o members and the council at Bellalre, Ohio, fifty-fiv- e Ust month. There was a great gathering of Knights on Sunday at Clyde, Ohio, r vhen candidates were initiated into the order. M. J. Farrell, George A. Kraft and Herman L. Vernla, of New Albany, attended tho fourth degreo initiation at Indianapolis on Monht 22 "y!r fcXCLUSJVt- .2UINS CO.Uw Jiii'syii.LE.iS 5. $ c Raise your average with a Mag-cBat. Win the game with a. ot masco: Ca FRANK FEHR BREWING INCORPORATED sixty-fou- day. Tho Kansas State convention will open at St. Mary's on June 24. A will follow. J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. three days' retreat under the tion of Rev. Father Kuhlman, direcS. J., rs Initiations are announced for Marysville, Chanute and Hutchinson, Kas this month. Also the institution of a new council at Oberlln on Juno 11. Ob-erll- n, S22 WWVIWVVV ERTY & McELLIOH inoKri3;s. Ksls1; street. BISHOP OF BUFFALO. The Right Rev. Dennis J. Dougherty who will be tho fifth Bishop of Buffalo, will be Installed next week, and the event will bo one of the most notable ever witnessed in that X.OUTSVXLLB. city. Bishop Dougherty arrived in Philadelphia from tho Philippines 13, and has since been the IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE guest of Archbishop Prendergast. Born In Glrardvllle, Pa., August 16, 18G5, he passed through the public schools there, and then entered St. Mary's Jesuit College In Montreal, SATISFIES THAT LONGING. where ho remained two years, after which he entered 'the Philadelphia Diocesan Seminary of St. Charles Borromeo at Overbrook, whore ho e INCORPORATED remained three years. He was then LOUISVILLE, KY, sent to the American College, Rome, PHONE CITY 859. where ho studied from 1885 until 1890, taking the Degreo of Doctor He was ordained In JOHN B. of Divinity. FRA1HK the Church or St. John Lateran on May 31, 1890, by tho late Cardinal Parocchl. Bishop Dougherty has been In the Philippines since the close of the war with Spain, and there his great ability enabled him to do phenomenal work for tho church and people. Aux-liar- ' Brewers and Bottlers KY. on-Ma- OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER Funeral Directors and Ernbalmersf 1818-182- JOHN F. OERTEL CO. WALTERS' t"J3iluFi3Kf et Clay Street Brewery, 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. LOUISVIIiLiEi A Case of Good Judgment. SHAWNEE DAY. nifflimiiim sixty-eight- Tot-te- 4 mimm It GERMAN BANK vDHI mKm&nixSHM Thousands of homes are decorated the West End today In honor of "Shawneo day," wllch will bo celebrated at Shawnee Park today, and also in honor of the opening of tho new car lino which began operations Thursday. Fred T, Heffernan, first President of the Shawnee Welfare Club, led a delegation Thursday which occupied the first car over the now line. In TELEPHONE 20 Order a Case f FALL CITY BEE Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common h. n'w .0HB4-M32a0vBf- FLORISTS Cut Flowers (or all occasions. n Special attention given XNCOXFOXATK). orders. NEW NANZ MEUNEX CO. il7Frti Ave.. L1tI11. Ky. Fifth and Market Sts. Michael's church will give a euchre and lotto next Tuesday afternoon Cumb. Phone West 191 Home PhKe f and evening In St. Michael's Hall, THJB In tho 220 South Brook street. afternoon a prize of 2.50 in gold will be awarded during the euchre, while the same will be awarded Buckle. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bernard Hello, of during the lotto In the evening. Treasurer1 G. J. Thornton. 735 Dalton avenue, Covjngton, parThe games will be called at 3 and Marshal-r-The- o. Buckle. mcosroBATEO ents of the Rev. Father Matthias Sentinel James Radlgan. 8 o'clock. Inside Helle, O. M. 0., of this city, celeH. Pfelcer. Outside Sentinel brated their sliver wedding anniST. CHARLES EUCHRE. versary among relatives and friends ai St. Aloyslus church Saturday as subdeacon. A reception followed A euchre and lotto will be given morning. Rev. Father Ahmann, at the Helle home, when thJ worthy in St. Charle Hall, h rector of the church, celebrated the couple received hundreds of con- and Chestnut streets, next Monday feM at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, errwHwit tewtf high mass, aseteted by Rev. Leo gratulations sad expressions of good evening, the games to be culled at Stenger as deacon and Father Helle will. UKUttcK x uuuskk, managers, uouisvme, wqr 8215 o'clock. Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COitWOW, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. 'The Young Ladies' Sodality of St. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland Wet SODALITY EUCHRE. KV WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. Twenty-sevent- xcraiNHrxjaKY isexjsxr THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE ambjsioajw:. PATRICK IIOLLEV. M-M-- H' OIirilAXS TO VISIT NAZARETH. Tomorrow tho oldor girls of St. Vincent's Orphan Asylum will enjoy an automobile ride and visit to Nazareth. For several weeks Councilman Thomas Dolan has been making preparations, and all that now remains for its success is a pleasant day. About fifteen pprsons have donated the use of their automobiles, but at least ten more aro needed. Councilman Dolan says no invitations have been Issued, but anyone will bo welcome who will take one or more of the orphans In his machine, and Mother Rose will receive them with open arms at Nazareth and provide for their dinner. Mass will bo offered up at 7:30 in tho morning at St. Frances the of Rome church, after which party will make the start from St. driving west on Vincent's Asylum, avenue, to Frankfort Cavowood thence east to Gait avenue, south to Eastly, through Cherokee Park to Eastern boulevard to Bardstown road and then on to Nazareth. This will be a cavalcade worth one's while to join. It is not one of honor, glory or vain show, but win be on a lowly mission bent, that of giving a joyous ride to little children, that their hearts, may bo gladdened and a day of bliss added Let all to their youthful memories. who can send In their names to Mr. Dolan or be on hand at St. Vincent's Asylum Sunday morning, and their services and their company 111 l"MH"H"H"I"H."H--r-W"I"H"M"8-W- ' i H II V KmxtmnnStmm INCORPORATED (Ho WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD DPEWi I TRADING STAMPS TRADING COMPANY STAMP I COMPASY STAMP They have a merchandise value of 12 value of 10 cents per page of fifty. 1-- 2 cents per page of fifty, or cash If SECURED BY BANK DEPOSITS IN GOLD. Sx$4xJx44x$4x&$i AAAtNn " .?! ;ss; 1V J SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP The Last Dollar That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this baakj to bear Interest "COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COME a time when yoar "LAST DOLLAR" must be spent for somethlmg you DO NEED. Tho SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. ICQ IJU On MILES FOR j Eft IwU 50 CENTS tho Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat, foot of Third street, every Sunday at 9 a. m., goes up the miles about seventy-fiv- e beautiful Ohio, where she meets the return boat, arriving home about 7 p. m. Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. E 52535 w !m. ;3i Saturdays Until , 7 p. m. ROUND TRIE ONLY 50c day morning to friends and rela- tlves, especially those of St. Charles parish, that Patrick Holley had passed away. Deceased had been an early settler In tho West End, and his aid in the upbuilding of the church was constant and zealous. Mr. Holley was born in Ireland seventy-seve- n years ago, but came to Louisville In his youth. For over forty years he had been with J. B. Speed & Co., rising to the poslt'n of Superintendent, from which he retired three years ago on account age. Patrick Hollej-wa- s of his advanced widely known and always active In Irish Catholic circles. He had filled many positions, serving as State President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, State President of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America, deelgate to numerous national conventions. President of Division 3, A. O. H.f President of St. Patrick's Branch, C. K. and L. of A., and for many years Secretary of St. Patrick's Branch of the Catholic Knights of America and its representative to the Central Committee. He was also ari active charity worker In tho St. Vincent do Paul Society. Surviving him are two sons, William E. Holley, Clerk of the City Court, and Michael J. Holley, and two daughters, Mrs. C. J. Rieger and Mrs. Walter all of this city. Tho fnueral was held Tuesday morning from St. The start will Charles Borromeo church, Rev. will be welcomed. be made at 8:30 sharp. Father Raffo delivering the funeral discourse, In which he paid tribute NAVY YARD MASS. to the exemplaryv life and worth of him who had been a loyal husband, Thousands of persons were pres- kind father and true friend. ent Sunday at a military field mass GRADUATING EXERCISES. celebrated at the New York navy yard In memory of the dead of the army and navy. The exercises at United States The graduating celebrant was the Rev. John B. Bethlehem Academy at St. John, battleship conducted by tho Sisters of Loretto, Chldwlck, chaplain of tho was sunk in will be held on Tuesday, June 13. Maine when she Havana harbor, and now President Misses Lorraine Totten, of Marlon county, and Miss Temple Evelelgh, of St. Joseph's Seminary at N. Y. At the close of the of Grayson county, aro to be gradu mass Father Chldwick delivered a ated. brief address, In which he declared ST. LEO'S CIIURCn. that "those who die for their country die for God." Among those presRev. James J. Maloney, who was ent were soldiers, sailors, marines ordained last week, will sing high and National Guardsmen, besides mass at St. Leo's church, Highland the army and navy veterans of the Park, tomorrow morning at 10:15 n war. o'clock. Caw-thor- n, Dun-woodle, It was sad news that came Sun jBACONasoN' We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. I TRAVELING GOODS Get Ready Now For That Vacation Trip. Shopping Rugs; made of, fibre matting, with swing handle and braBs clamps; worth regularly 50c; price, sale 30c , each Shopping Rags; made of fibre matting, with swinging handle and have' brass lock and clamps; Tegular price C5c; sale price 45c Suit Cases; made of fibre matting, with steel frame, brass lock and clamps; they aro 24 size inches and worth l)5c $1.25; this sale Suit Cases; covered with brown fibre; have steel frame, brass lock and clamps; regular price $1.25; sale price 08c Karntol Suit Caso; size 24 inches; lined with cloth; have Inside strap and steel frame; worth $2.25; this sale, . ,$1.85 Black Rafts; fine quality with covered frames and leather sizes 16, lined; 18 17 and inches; former price $5.00; snlo price. .S&4.25 Black Leather Bags; leather lined; covered frame and have three pockets; sizes 16, 17 and 18 Inches; regularly worth $6.50; on sale at $4.08 Cowhide Suit Cases; made with steel frame, with shirt fold and linen lined; regularly worth $6.00; sale price. "55.00 hand-sewed; i Spanish-America- -- 4. Steamer Trunks; covered with canvas, iron bound and with hardwood slats; Japanese steel corners and clamps; size 34 Inches; worth $4.25; salo prlco $3.75 Veneered Trunks; with d edges, double tray, heavy brass bumpers and sole leather straps; worth $9.50; salo price .7.50 three-pl- y Veneered Trunks; veneered and covered with heavy duck; vulcanized bound; brass bumpers and clamps; worth $15.00; this salo $10.00 Canvas Covered Trunks; with round top and all brassed steel trimmings; they have excelsior lock, extra dowels, hardwood slats, long, heavy straps and deep, fray; size 36 inches; price the regular is $7.00; specially priced at $5.50 brass-boun- DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN vrv &s.tSf )V. - Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. Hennessy UPSTAIRS Axman 425 W. Jefferson Slreel HARRY HENRY S'" 'ly& . t nr l,--,.i''- .I...M"I"l"'l"I"r'I"M"!"M":'-i"l";--I''t"-l--I"l"H'-'-l"I"I-'r'l"l-'I- - : iitfrit'iH"t"p'I"I"H"Ml"M"ilii"H"H'-Hi-H-i'- i "s. !! POPULAR PRICE TAILORS STORE. I0TH PHONES 2635 B. DRIVER A. J. POLS 'Zl.fSSINKING EUROPE NEEDS PEACE. "MOON-LITE- ." - 4i II Our First Alteration Sale Genuine Reduction Event Starts Today. $35, $30, $28 value $22.50 and $20.00 values $18.00 and $15.00 values ;; Choice now of any Suit in CLEANING AND DYEING CO. INCORPORATED. the house " " ?-- 91I . "7K " U Louisville, Ky. 126;5outh Fifth St. ur workmanship is positively the host in tho city, and backed 'by n house of long standing and financially responsible. Our service not equaled. $14.75 $9.75 AUTOMOBILE CARD PARTY. country. Thousands of are facing women and children Pro. & Met. t Tho Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H., Tho committee in charge of Mac- - starvation as tho result of tho reexcursion cent' revolution of the Sinn Felners. will entertain with a card party kin Council "moon-lite- " next Wednesday night at tho has completed all arrangements and Home, Eighteenth and PortTWIN CITY LEAGUE. the indications are that tho event land avenue. They Invite their will prove a very enjoyable one and continued friends and promise them a pleasThe K. of C. team well attended by the members and ; ; Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Tho their proud record Sunday by beat- ant evening. A number of valuable Council. friends of Mackin Banaon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Coadaits, ing Mackln's team in a swatfest, awards will bo made. steamer Homer Smith has been for the excursion, which will the score being 15 to 8, featured Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BricK, FONTAINE FERRY. take place next Wednesday even by the slugging of Madden for the Fire Proofing, Flue Lining, Jlre BricK ing, June 7. An unusually at winners and McDonough for the Grate and Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. For the fifth week of the season tractive musical programmo nas losers. Manager Murphy's Olympics been arranged for the occasion anil lost a hard fought game to the fast at Fontaine Ferry Park the theater OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON those who enjoy good music and coming Imperials by a 5 to 3 score, will offer another bill of high class liko to dance will not be disap- Steler striking out eight men. The vaudeville. Tho one to bo offered HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. pointed. The Mackin Social Club Champs again pulled their weekly next week will consist of an entiro 3. WORKS 13th cad Breck. and Magnolia Ave, Bet. 9th and lOth. Z will assist in entertaining and see stunt of snatching a game out5 of programme of comedy acts. Every that every one has a good time. The the fire, beating Bertrand in a to one of them is said to be a feature i, i l I the 4' Tl 4 4 'l"4" 4Ta 14 1111 Homer Smith will leave tho foot of 4 game, making four scores in Hlg-gl- and a glance over tho bill strength"fTr r " "I I I i" Itti r I F Occupying tho ens this assertion. Fourth street at 8:15 sharp. Tickets eighth Inning. Little "Bean" starred in this game, making headline position will be a trio of for adults aro fifty cents each, and four hits out of five times up. The male entertainers, Medlln, Watts WE'LL FIX THAT FAN . FOR YOU for children twenty-fiv- e cents. Orioles jumped on Trinity In a 12 and Downes, and closely rivaling QUICKLY AND RIGHT AND DO THE WORK to 2 game, Jim Hogan, the them In prominence will bo the KENTUCKY HANDICAP. and Kllloran, the Better look over your fans NOW and let us repair the With Bert and Caits Brothers. player, being in tho limelight, Betty Wheeler a combination of ones which need it BEFOUE IX GETS REALLY HOT. This afternoon at Douglas Park getting a the the $13,000 Kentucky Handicap and former and stealing two bases, comedy, song and dance will be CO. had. Valentine and Bell will offer will be run, and there is a cer- while single INCORPORATED. Kllloran poled out a home what is declared to be a distinct tainty that all records for attendrun. The standing to date: 333 WEST MAIN STREET ance will bo broken, 135 Phone Douglas Park novelty. Yesterday the big sanitary L. W. Pet. swimming pool was opened for tho Clubs. opened Its spring meeting Monday, 0 1,000 season. 7 As has been the custom and the attendance and racing have K.ot C 1 .857 each season, the pool 6 been all that anyone could desire. Champs be will 3 .571 emptied, cleaned 4 The fields have all been well filled Mackin and sterilized .429 every night. 4. 3 and tho, finishes close and exciting. Imperials Bathers will be ad3 4 .429 mitted to the park free Seven races are run each day and Rertrands at all Give us a trial for first-claservice. We are as 4 .429 times. 3 include tho turf stars of the coun- Olympics The coupons given with close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and .38G gate 2 try. In the Kentucky Handicap this Orioles 5. tickets are good for either night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable 7 .000 admission to the theater or dance 0 Trinity afternoon will be Roamer, Many votes are coming In for pavilion. Borrow, Hodge and Royal chauffeur our specialty. Give us a call. II., to say nothing of Ed Crump, members of the Twin City in the Water Witch and others, and it will Kentucky Irish Ameriacn popularity COLONELS VS. HOOSIERS. be a great contest between the East contest, but so far the voting is West. There will be fast rac- scattered and none of those voted and will play The Louisville club ing all next week, with the Specu- for have a commanding lead. The again at Columbus this afternoon SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. on Saturday. Manager ballot In tho paper counts for one and tomorrow and will then come lation Stakes Both Phones 2399. Hachmeister is making this one of vote, the payment of renewal sub- homo for a series of four games, scriptions counts for ten, while a beginning Monday with the Indiantho country's best meetings. counts for apolis club, who this past week new paid subscription twenty votes. Tho two receiving were fortunate enough to beat our HONOR FATHER GOREY. tho highest number will be sent to Colonels three out of four games in The Rev. Father James L. Gorey, the World's series games this fall, that city, the victories in two of , formerly of Paris, now in charge of with all expenses paid, and many the instances being due to tho wlld-nethe Church of the Immaculate Con- members of the league have exof our pitchers, who lost conception at Newport, Ky., celebrated pressed their appreciation of the trol at critical stages. These games anFirst anniversary of his offer by this paper. gave the Hoosler club first place in the twenty-fift- h ordination as a priest by a quiet nouncement of the voting will be tho pennant race and shoved the visit to his old home in Paris. Mem- made, shortly. Louisville bunch into second, but bers of Father Gorey's church in tho four games hero next week will SACRED HEART: ACADEMY. give our boys a chance to returfa NewDort had planned to tender him a banquet in honor of the event, but tho dose as tho margin between the The annual commencement of the two is still close. At this stage of he expressed a desire to visit relatives in Paris and the preparations Sacred Heart Academy, Cherokee the race and now that all the clubs In Newport were halted. Tho Paris Drive, will take place on Tuesday, have practically settled on their seaparochial school, in honor of tho June 13, with the Right Rev. Bishop son's lineup, It appears that the Tho exor- pennant honors lie between LouisRev. Father Gorey's long service In O'Donaghue presiding. the Catholic church and his great cises will be featured by a Shakes- ville and Minneapolis, Cantlllon's Interest in tho Paris church, de- peare tercentenary programme ana club having a shade the best of drama by a member of tho it in pitching, while the Colonels clared a half holiday on his anni- a one-afaculty entitled "The Bard of are especially strong In tho hitting versary. EL farewell line, and strength in that depart Avon." The graduates' will be delivered by Miss Moran, ment was always tho factor when IRISH TAG DAY'. and Bishop O'Donaghue will address Minneapolis won their pennants. After tho Indianapolis series tho Today is known as Irish Tag day the graduates. team will again go on the road, In many of the principal cities of TIANO AND HARP RECITAL. making a tour of the Western the East, the funds raised this way cities, not returning home until to be given to the Irish relief fund Under the direction of Miss Avis Juno 27, the result of tho worst which is being raised to aid the sufferers in Ireland. A mass meet- Jones there will bo an interesting schedule ever foisted on the associaing of the Hew York Irish and and artistic piano and harp recital tion from the Louisvlllo standpoint FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. will be held at tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in particular. The fact that the atFREE SERVICE. Madison Square Garden tonight in at the Sacred Heart Academy, tendance was not overly large last the Interest of the fund. Letters Cherokee Drive. The muglc pupils Sunday can be charged to the. fact smuggled out of Ireland and re- of this academy fake high rank and that the unprecedented absences of ceived here during the past few their friends will be treated to an the team has caused many to lose interest. days tell of deplorable conditions exceptionally pleasing programme. 1101-0- 3 BAST BROADWAY. M. J. BANNON, P. BANNON, JR., Vies Prei. Treat. LAWRENCE J. VEENEMAN, Secrstary. in that IIP. I BANNON PIPE CO. FORWARD. That has been the spirit and watchword of the C, L. & B. store ever since it embarked upon its career eight years ago. AND NOW we have completed plans forremod-eling an on-gag- t and improving our home here at Third and Jefferson, making it the most modern, most metro- politan institution in Louisville dedidated exclusively to the service of young men. 573-178- 6. COME NOW !! """ 4 4 4" 4 While the picking is at its best. -- ns -- .!, .,.., ,.,. .. II .,,,. mi.. j 4(CnX xTJm' j Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge N. W. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON. Men's aad Young Men's Speoialist Clothes Shop. fr ft CH1XDERS ELECTRIC three-bagg- er '! AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE ss Water-blosso- m, Chawk & Smith Auto Co. BE SURE TO CALL FOR ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old German Insurance Bank Under the Big Clock Second and Market State Government Supervision. NOTICE OF REMOVAL ss Butterfly Candy Shop (Incorporated.) --T MADE WITH McKENNA Sa Has moved from 520 to 524 south Foorth An. whtrs Its FRESH HIGH GRADE PURE FOOD CANDIES cm bo bad as of heretofore. WHISKY. WATCH FOR DATp OF OPENING Ham Phone City 8684 Cumb. Phone Main 3114-- y IT IS ALWAYS PURE. Where the Quick Meal Comes In Whore the homo brightest; Where tho work is lightest; Where tho meal la cooked best; Where tho range stands ct McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. hIIH ifriM ' y II l"-- I ACCESSORIES the test Irish-America- ns That's where the "Quick Meal" comes la. In. Qaick Meal Gas Ranges Sold. Installed and Highly Recommended Where work la quickly done; Where cooking seems real fun; Where baking gives delight; Where drudgo Is out of sight That's where the "Quick Meal" comes . RALLSCiTYVULCANIZINGCO. GEHER & SON, 215 W. MARKET ST. V,