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And Luinmls, who gives the words of Humboldt In this regard, has this to add: ''The Indian laborers wore not slaves. There was no mlta In Mexico; no compulsory labor In mines; no labor without wages. Tne Indian who did not like the mine, or its administrator, or lt& wages, was perfectly free to go elsewhere or to stay out altogether." Tho true story of Mexico should be told. It will not throw a shadow In any way upon the Catholic church as certain gentlemen seek show so painfully to do. It will that the church has brought a light to Mexico and a policy of Justice to the laborer, and that this was destroyed only by those who sought to destroy the church. We fear that the representatives of the Carranza Government should learn better the history of their country. fronii past Wo can not believe knowledge that their "reforms" will last. We know well how they stand on the question of the church In Mexico. And we know even betWashington ter how strenuously strove to help Uiem to that power, by which they have been able to put their Idea as to tho church into C. B. of C. V. practice. free. EI Norao Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1916. mothers and wlve3 of tho executed And many signs point to altogether unreasonable severity In hastening tho executions, Tho unwisdom of the British Government's harsh methods with tho Irish lebels lies not only In the fact that it lessens her international influence for Justice, liberty and neace. but that It rnmirrorts nnd I energizes In the people of her de-- I pendencies the very thing she tries to kill. It would seem that statcs- men ought to realize by this time ' that you can not kill a movement by killing Its leaders. This is what Herod and Nero tried to do with Christianity, but the blood that fell from the necks of their victims became the seed from which hosts of new believers arose, and In less than three centuries. Instead of the Roman Empire having conquered Christianity Christianity had conquered the empire. The method hns been tried with scholars as well as with saints, but history shows that you do not kill a scientific or sociological prlnclplo by killing the men who teach It. And what Is true of saints and scholars Is true To kill them simply of patriots. produces more patriots. Of course nations and races have been subby wholedued and exterminated sale slaughter or overwhelming military conquest, but to kill the spirit of revolt by killing the lead ers of revolt Is a thing that can not be done. As haB been clearly pointed out recently by several scholarly writers, the secret of universal peace and brotherhood will come by expanding tho spirit of patriotism, broadening It from province to nation, from nation to confederations of nations, till It shall embrace all tho world. England has missed a rare chance of sublimating Irish patriotism to this broad and high purpose. Her aro more troubles with Ireland acute than ever. And she has added a score of earnest faces and staunch souls to the already crowded gallery of Irish martyr-heroemen. s. PRICE FIVE CENTS. DUBIOUS Arc the Bcsults of the Kcvolu-- . tion That Una Upset Mexico. "Where ROOSEVELT Following the Course "Which Proved the Political Boom of Bryan. Carranza's Financial presentative Shovts His Hand. Re- Thinking Men of G. O. P. Bap- Idly Tiring of the Bough Bldcr's nictation. Public At Large Not Enthusing Over Teddy As A Presiden- Slur Upon the Priesthood and Church Absolutely Undeserved. tial Candidate. THE LOCAL RACES NEXT YEAR CARRANZITA WORK IN YUCATAN . On Tuesday morning, June 20, a memorial requiem mass will be celebrated at St. Mary Magdalen's church In honor of the Irish revolutionists who fell fighting or were cruelly executed in connection with the recent uprising In Ireland. Permission has been granted by Bishop O'Donaghue for this mass, which Last "Word of Patrick Pearse, will be strictly a religious observPresident of the Irish ance. Bishop O'Donaghue will be present and all sympathizers with Itcpuhlic. the cause of Irish freedom are expected to attend. The memory of the men who were executed by the York Call of May 28. Modesto C. British Government In Ireland Is Houses atEminscorthy and LimIndian," being thus commemorated In tho Holland, a "full blooded erick Are Being Italdcd financial agent of the Mexican Gov- churches throughout the country. In ernment in New York, whose pic- Chicago memorial masses were celeNightly. ture and opinions have appeared brated In not less than forty frequently in tho Call, is the nar- churches this week. rator of Alvardo'a achievements. So dancing. REGULATES far, it is declared, tho following Michael .J. Ryan and Bourko been athave specific reforms The Right Rev. Denis O'DonagCookran Declare Against tained in Yucatan: An agrarian law tho hue, Bishop of Louisville, this week has been adopted, returning Redmond. received notice of the decree made land to the peons; a modern de- by Pope Benedict XV. forbidding partment of agriculture has been all founded and agents sent out to dancing atsocial picnics, entertaingiven by ments and educate the planters; a school sys- Catholic churches functions or by societies or BRITISH BREAK PLIGHTEB WORD tem, for adults and children has organizations for the benefit of any been established; lecture courses religious Institutions under Catholic have also been begun; the public auspices. which The decree, sorvlco corporations aro to be taken merely Is the universal enforcea ment of tho legislation of the Third Irish Press News Service. over by tho Government and corporation has been Plenary Council of Baltimore, was" this $50,000,000 The Irish World received formed to build a State owned rail- dated at Rome, March 31. Dancing week the last letter written by road from the Pacific to the as such is not forbidden, but dis- Patrick H. Pearse, President of the "home rule" is being cipline requires all persons who Irish republic. It was written to MHna-nrfllA vll- nonlnilr Fr itha theoq-caslo- n his .mothertwhomho was notal; beforVhls-r-aoatlrIn- ' With all of lacea of the State. of sin to refrain from the lowed 15 see this, we understand, President said in part: practice. The decree from Rome which he is thoroughly in accord. "I Just received holy comflow gives the prohibiten tho highrevolution," it is est sanction of the church and munion. I am happy, except for the "Before the stated, "there was considerably less makes Its enforcement compulsory great grief of parting from you. than a hundred schools In tho wholo upon all Bishops and priests This Is tho death I should have State. Now there aro 2,400. Theso throughout the whole world. Bishop asked for if God had given mo the schools have taken tho placo of the O'Donaghue said Tuesday night that choice of all deaths to die a churches. Formerly there was a ho would Immediately direct all soldier's death for Ireland and for priest upon every hacienda, but now pastors in the diocese to see that freedom. We have done right. People will say hard things of us there is a school. Tho churches the decree is strictly enforced. now, but later on will praise us. have been closed or somo time, Do not grieve for all this, but think and at first a few of tho people of it as a sacrifice which God asked were surprised that tho heavens of me nnd of you." did not fall. But as nothing very dreadful happened, they soon beIrish Press News Service. came accustomed to the change. Prisoners .have been taken from Tho priests have of course opposed nearly every county In Ireland and the reforms at every step, and have on Juno 2 about 1,700 were still been allied with reactionary Interconfined in English prisons. The ests." list of names Is curious as shown in This is indeed interesting if it the class and character of tho at all bo true. Somo of the reforms In Richmond Barrevolutionists. noted are certainly desirable. There racks was confined a Count and is much reason to suspect that they Countess, an Alderman, an editor, a ar,e In the mala reforms merely on Marquis and several tramway workpaper. Tho Jump from 100 schools ers. Justice Brereton, of Athlone, to 2,400 In so short a tlmo is who was made a prisoner by the say the least. rather dubious, to revolutionists at a barricade near The $50,000,000 corporation will the Four Courts, made the followhave to show tho whence and ing statement after his release: whither of its finances before we "The revels were not out for can unreservedly rejoice in it. massacre, for burning, or for loot. Revolutions have always acted in They were out for war, observing this peculiar way. They have all the rules of civilized warfare promised much to tho people of They fought and fighting clean. "lower" classes; thoy have In tho like gentlemen. They had possesyears of success and the first fow sion of tho restaurants stocked with power endeavored to fulfill their spirits, yet there was no Bign of so. promises and partially done drinking. I was Informed that years have But when a few more they were all total abstainers. They rolled by It4 has been found that treated their prisoners with the their programme has been of Injury utmost courtesy in fact they proved by their conduct what thoy rather than of assistance to the poor. So do wo fear will prove were men of education, incapable BRAND WHITLOCK, of brutality." the much tooted change in Mexico. United States Minister to Belgium, What great sufferings that revolu- a coun- Irish Press News Service. factor in the affairs of that tion has caused to the workers In try. Congressman BoUrke Former that stricken oountry wo already Cockran, of New York, addressed a have In part been told. FATHER GASSER INJURED. meeting at the Metropolitan Opera Tho slur upon the priesthood House in Philadelphia for the beneand tho church Is absolutely unde The Rev, Father Alphonso Gasser, served. It Is there that Carranza's assistant priest at St. Martin's fit" of the Irish relief fund. New York financial representative church, was hit by an automoblel at Michael J. Ryan, Piesldent of the and With tho eco Shelby and Broadway Wednesday United Irish League, presided, conshows his hand. was upwards of $15,000 tho evening In Yucatan nomic reforms seriously injured, tributed and the meeting for church In itself has nothing to do. Father Gasser had been talking to cause, of at widows and orphans the of the With the particular manner of car- Magistrate Frank Dacher, and when executed in Irerying out agricultural activities It he started across Broadway he was the revolutionists has' been President can scarcely be neiu responsioie struck and thrown about forty feet. land. Mr. Ryan Redmond organizaIt has not been in charge of the He was at once removed to St. of the official In tho manner of Anthony's Hospital and It was some tion in this country. Mr. Cockran Government. of the Vice President education It has been handicapped tlmo before ho regained conscious- has been United Irish League, but he called for over a hundred years. That la ness. Upon examination it was upon members of the Irish race always forgotten In the stories told found ho had suffered a slight con- throughout the world to denounce today of Mexico. The church can cussion of tho brain, two scalp tho policy of reconciliation of Irenot bo under ladlctment for abuses wounds, his right forearm fractured land to tho "alien conquerors," a In Mexico, Sho haB been hampered and that he had a deep brusie on policy Into which he confessed he In her work at every step. Sho has the right thigh. The machine was had been beguiled by Illusory hopes. been prohibited from carrying on driven by Frank Henderson, an Ho advised casting overboard tho "Tho automobile salesman, and of course homo rule policy and the leadership tho work of education. in "was going slow." Church Schools Supplanting of John Redmond. Yucatan" runs tho headline in tho wo havo quoted. VALUABLE LIBRARY ADDITION. Irish Press News Service. article from which That 13 a foolish and maUgnant Tho railway and tram 'companies Some valuable gifts have "boon of Ireland havo discharged all emstatement of tho case. Alexander mado to the Catholic University ployes suspected of membership In Tho noted traveler, vpn Humboldt, In his Essai Poli- Library by a generous nnd scholarly the Sinn Fein, the Gaelic Leaguo tique, has something to say of con- priest, among them an autograph or the Irish Volunteers. Tho ditions among the laboring people letter1 of Daniel O'Connoll and a Thomas Lipton chain of tea stores Tho shipping before tho church was ovorpoworod youthful Irish poem of tho Liber- have done likewise. In Mexico. He writes from his ator on the antiquities of Ireland, companies have taken tho same Gen. Sir John Maxwell isown- experiences in that country, two letters of Parnell, two rare vol- stand. ft may be pardonable to state his umes of old Irish music, and the sued an order forbidding all prophrase again a pnrase wmen nas very rare history of Galway by cessions, political meetings, printing From the same or athletic games or other sports no doubt been quoted before. "No- James Hardlm&n. where," he says, "do the common generous source have come twelve without the written permiesjon of people enjoy the fruits of their Urge boxes of valuable books, the military authorities. There Is labor more than in Mexico, The forming a dlefcinot addition to the a scarcity of sugar and tea in Dub- lin, where the 'prices of these comIndian laborer is poor but lie is library. The revolution in Mexico brought the Constitutionalists into power. Or rather, tho revolution plus the Washington of good services achieved that result. The Constitutionalists are pledged to reform. Their watchword and battle cry has They have stood been reform. forth as the saviours of the peon class. They are now beginning to put their ideas into practice, They are seeking to fulfill their pledges tq tho Mexican working people. The State of Yucatan has been the con splcuous ground for the Inauguration of their work. Gen. Salvador Alvardo is Governor of that place. The visit or that gentleman to New York In connection with the building of a proposed Government railroad has been the occasion for an article on his work In the New mass for hush mahtyks. The Servian army, rested and refitted, are ready to take the field. t' the ships playing music to the Serbians. the re-equipp- ed Servian army. Photo shows the band from off IRELAND prohibitive. modules are almost Half starved children In rags are driven from the streets by the Irish Press News Service. Thirty-si- x more prisoners were taekn at Ennlscorthyand conveyed abroad. Houses are raided at night, and much suffering prevails among the families of the rebels. The 120 local members of the Gaelic League are In prison, among them C. J. Irwin, owner of the Echo; P. Kehoe, author, and a number of county officials and Govern- AROUSED. PuhlicScntimeut in This Country Against England's Domineering Policy. Christian Herald, of New York, Expresses Opinion of Gen- ment clerks. s i "TRIAL 11Y JURY." Irish Press News Tho Mayo News lias been suppressed by the military and the editor, P. J. Doris, arrested. His brother is a member of Parliament. Some eighty prisoners were taken to Balaghaderreen,- - several sentenced to penal servitude, J. P. Gaffney, professor of chemistry, has ' been arrested at Ballinasloe. Irish Press News Service Suspected houses have been raided nightly at Limerick.. The " League leaders of the Gaelic in County Limerick towns are under Squads of cavalrymen passed arrest. through Limerick bound for the West to bring prisoners away. Cornelius Colbert, ahrttj1 by court-martia- l, was a neptfow of the late Sen-Ice- . eral Puhllc. operetta, "Trial Compares England's Tactics to Sullivan's beautiful by Jury," next Tuesday evening at St. Martin's Hall, Shelby and Gray, That of Attempt to Crush The Orpheus Society, a now and organization of coming musical Louisville, will give Gilbert and Early Christianity. EXECUTION OF IRISH UNJUST Car-rlbea- n; wl JustlceJuColbert.attgifcGale..,Vlew. Treasurer leased. Toole Car-ran- za AtlTeTmT'leaa'aTinryrnyi O has been re- That there is an sentiment growing rapidly in the United States there Is no doubt, and It Is believed that knowledge of this has caused President Wilson to use strong words in his anti-English iStestme6skge-toA-Englan(L.co- n TWIN CITY LEAGUE. Diamond No. 1 at Shawnee Park will be the Mecca for thousands of amateur ball fans tomorrow, nnd especially those Interested In the Twin City League, as the K. of C. team, the present leaders, are scheduled to meet the Champs, who are still smarting under their defeat by the former, and the only defeat of the season by tho way. This Is the first time in five seasons that the Champs have not been leading tho procession at this time and it is getting on their nerves, so to speak. A battle for second honors will bo staged between Mackln and Bertrand on diamond No. 2. On diamond No. 3 tho Imperials and Orioles will battle for next honors, being tied In games won Olympics and lost, while and Trinity will fight it out on diamond No, 4. Every game should be Interesting as It means much to all. The standing to date: Champs Mackln KolC Clubs W 8 7 4 4 3 3 . L. 0 1 Pet 1.000 .875 .500 500 .375 .375 .375 .000 Imperials Orioles Olympics Bertrands 4 4 8 0 Trinity Interest In the contest to send the two most popular members of the Twin City Leaguo to the world's quite baseball series Is becoming pronounced and votes are being cast pretty lively for the different favorites. Among those receiving votes this week were Merlin Hogan, of the Champs; Ray Haragan, of (he Bertrands; Eddlo Steinbock, the League Secretary; Bob Kaiser, of Trinity; Pete Morris, of Mackln; 3 5 5 5 Bo"bby of Olympics; J. Scully, Burns, scorer, and others. The two receiving the highest number of votes will be sent with all expenses paid to the world's series, the Kentucky Irish American having mado this offer due to Its Interest In the Twin City .since Its Inception. IRISH RELIEF DAY. This Saturday has been set aside all through the United States as Irish relief fund day, and everywhere friends of Ireland are earnestly entreated to raise a fund for the relief of tho suffering men, women and children in that oppressed country. ' Victims of the revolution are in dire want and distress, and have few to appeal te outside this country, who will not fall to answer promptly and liberally. Cardinals Farley, Gibbons and O'Connell aro Honorary Presidents of tho Irish Relief Committee, Avhlch is headed by Thomas Addis Emmet, of Now York. " - - SUMMER SCHOOL. Thd Catholic Summer School of America will open Sunday, July 2, and on July 3 the lecture course The beautiful will commence. grounds of the Summer School at Cliff Haven, N, Y already present an appearance of activity which presages a busy season. ' and prosperous cernlng the rifling or our mails and Interfeienco with American shipDespite ping. the efforts of the press it was paid claimed In these columns since tho outbreak of tho war that the masses of the American people had no love for England and that thoy were utterly opposed to tho "hands across the sea" policy advocated by Henry Watterson and others of the Carnegie Lecture Bureau. Tho plea that England was the friend of little nations, etc., fooled somo of the people, who believed that John Bull was Interested In for the latter's good, but the policy of the British Government In Its murder of tho Irish revolutionists exopsed the known brutality which It has always practiced In dealing with weaker nations or Individuals. Tho Christian Herald, a Protestant publication, published at the Bible Houso In New York City, pretty near furnishes tho keynote of public opinion In this country In the following in Its latest Issue: History records few acts so stupid and so unjust as the lecent wholesale executions of the leaders of the Irish rebellion. Acts as unjust have been committed; acts which weie In themselves as stupid. But the stupidity of this act at this particular time Is Immeasurable. England and her allies have been trying to make the world believe, that they stand Tor a higher and truer type of freedom than do their enemies. - Sir Edward Grey, In a long and careful Interview reprinted In a recent number of the New York Times, states this claim seriously and earnestly: That England Is fighting' for an International method that shall end all war nnd for a true and real type of liberty. In claiming that this has been the past spirit or Britain Sir Edward appears for the moment to have forgotten tho Transvaal, not to go farther back than tho present ceniury. There are many pecullaily ugly in the and distressing features whole regrettable affair. First of might have been all, the men granted the consideration usually extended to prisoners of war. This was desirable from overy point of view, rather than to remove them with swift and savage slaughter. Another shocking element was the youth and puro idealism of the victims. Patrick Pearse, President of republic, was schooltho short-liveJoseph master, author and poet. years old, was Plunkett, twenty-fiv- e a poet and editor, a man of unas a scholar, usual attainments years old. Daly was but twenty-fou- r William Pearse, thirty years old, was tutor and sculptor. O'Hanra-ha- n was also an editor. F. Sheehy Skefflngton, ono of tho victims, seems to nave been entirely guiltless of participation In the present rebellion. Ho was also an editor, and had resided for some tlmo in America. Worst of all was the admission In Parliament that Skefflngton and two other journalists had executed "without tho been knowledge of the military authorities, and before martial law was Joseph actually in operation." Plunkett was married a few hours before his execution, his bride wearing widow's weeds. Heartrending stories are told of the anguish of pro-EngliBel-glum Bveninglsattractions. Thomuslcal programme win oa uiiuer me Chase of Mrs. Elizabeth piano Dohn, ably assisted at tho by her sister, Miss Nellie Chase. "Trial by Jury" was given under Mrs, Bonn's direction at the Knights of Columbus hall two years ngo with great success. for the benefit of St. Agnes' school, a free Institution conducted by tho Passlonlst Fathers In connection with tho Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road. As the operetta is mado up in but one act there will be other musical features of the highest character on tho programme, Including solos and mixed quartettes, and every one attending may be assured of a most enjoyable evening. There will also bo a recitation on tho programme character of a most entertaining which will not be the. least of tho d Camp and Head havo shown their strength with tho public in elecTHOMAS NELSON PAGE, tions, the same applying to Sheriff United States Ambassador to Italy, Cronan, who in his ono start ran distinguished author. a bang up race, leading tho othor first starters in both tho city and county. TRINITY'S INITIATION. It is believed that Charlie Foster on account of his record will The best and most successful in- have no opposition1 for Jailer, tho itiation conducted by Trinity Coun- same applying to Scott Bullitt for cil took place Monday night in their County Attorney. Loraino Mix is new auditorium, Baxetr and Mor- expected to try conclusions with ton avenues, which was well filled Judge Sam Greene for County with members from both Mackln Judge, while leading politicians say and Trinity to witness the cere- a strong dark horse is being The degree team from groomed for the other judgeship at monies. Mackln Council did some excellent stake, Judge of tho Pollco Court, work In conferrlpg the first, second against Judge Boldrick. Col. John near a sure and third degrees, as did also Trin- J. Barry Js pretty ity's team, who had charge of the starter for Sheriff, while Al Emler fourth degree. Nothing but praise Is talked of for County Assessor. was heard on all sides of the Thoro aro three County Commls-slqne- rs to be chosen noxt fall and method of handling this large class by the degree team. After the infour of the present Magistrates itiation it was announced that on Ijave been mentioned as entries night a "get ac- Squiro John O'Brien, Squire Frank next Monday quainted smoker" would be given in Dacher, Squiro Ben Schulman and honor of the new members, at Squiro Charles Wheeler. There aro which all aro expected to be pres- two members of tho Board of Eduent. At the same time tho prizes cation to be chosen, and as tho acwon by tho "Boosters" team, cap- tion of tho board in its refusal to bo allow a discount on its sharo of tho tained by Ed Zehnder, will taxes public opinion will bo against awarded. endorsing members of tho present board. One sure starter against tho FRIENDS ARE ELATED. Incumbents isBen Kltng, who mado The legion of schoolmates and such a memorable raco two years friends of John F. Rees were ago, and he Is already In tho field. elated when news reached' hero NAZAiurrir. Tuesday fr6m Washington that he had passed a successful final phyThe Nazaroth Academy comsical examination for admission to the United States Naval Academy. mencement wlH'be held next ThursYoung Rees is the son of John. N. day, and all former pupils and Rees, of the Evonlng Post, and was friends of that famous Institution graduated from the Mannual Train- will be wolconie. A special train ing School with high honors. Ho will leave Union Station, Tenth and had already passed all other exam- Broadway, at 7 o'clock in the inations and will enter at once on rnlng, and will return in tlw hie studies. early evening, Political history Is being made at Chicago this week and the date marks the death or near death of both Roosevelt and tho Progressive party, his personal possession. As; wo go to press It appears that the Republican nomination lies between Hughes and Roosevelt. If the former Is given the nomination then tho Progressive party will nominate the Rough Rider and pursue the wrecking policy of four years ago. Then next November will bo the date of the death of tho Bull Moosers. In the event that Roosevelt is chosen by tho Republican convention then the Progressive party will be officially dead from the time of the nomination, but its demise will be postponed until next November. Thursday morning it was even money betting by tho bookmakers that Roosevelt would bo the Republican nominee and Hughes was second choice In tho betting at six to five. Tho shorter odds against Teddy is accounted for by tho fact that Democrats were betting against him getting the nomination, realizing that If they lost there would still be a sliver lining in the cloud, as they know he would be an easy mark for Wilson in the general election. Conservative students of tho political game see Roosevelt's finish no matter what the outcome and believe that he is following tho same course pursued by Bryan In tho Democratic party, and which finally resulted in his ruin politically. Roosovelt's dictatorial policy of attempting to lully tho Hughes supporters and the convention managers is tho samo tactics pursued by Bryau. Just a few years ago a Democrat in any State in tho Union had to bear Bryan's O. K.Vbefore .he, wag entitled to conslderatlta. as a canuiuale, nis nrst quaimcauon being proof that he had supported the Boy Orator In 1896. This was possible because of the support of many rabid free sllverites everywhere, and who can be likened to the Bull Moosers who follow Roosevelt blindly today. Tho conservafitive and thinking Democrats nally obtained control and despite Bryan's frantic efforts, grasping at prohibition, woman suffrage and other new themes, ho was relegated to oblivion. This, then, is tho position of Roosevelt today. If chosen by the Progressives ho Is doomed and If chosen by the Republicans ho Is doomed, as the thinking Republicans of the Old Guard do not ben party and will lieve In a scratch him with a vengeance. The noisy rabble now marching through, tho streets of Chicago cheering for Teddy aro of not much assistance In an election. Turning to local politics, many Domocrats bolleve with tho election of Wilson assured a nomination in 4he party next year is equivalent to election. In that connection several Mayoralty bees are buzzing, among them being Ben Washer, Head, Sheriff Charles Cronan, Peter Lee Athortou, Caldwell Norton and James B. Camp. County Attorney Scott Bullitt has been picked as the one best bet, following out tho original prediction made in these columns over two yeais ago, but thu3 far ho has turned a deaf car to Messrs. Washer, the suggestion. one-maor i J. t r JKHavCJOBrsr XUCSH AAdtRXCXaJK. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. 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Yet thoro are those who disseminate Hurtful charges of disloyalty with tho sole purpose of implicating those not of their religion in supposedly unpatriotic designs their shafts being mostly aimed at Catholics. It Is not important who holds the offices; but It is of Immense importance to tho republic that the methods by which men are elected to office, or are defeated, should be open, legitimate, fair and American. FRIENDS OP FREEDOM. Never In the history o the world has there been so much kindly consideration shown to the Irish not a race as recently. It was to the good sense or question as otherwise of the revolution, as the Buffalo Union and Times well Bays, but rather the manner in which the situation was handled by the British Government. For instance, almost every dally paper In the United States spoke a friendly word. Many of them went to unusual length to show their disapproval of tho, military regime, and all voiced the thought that, in this day at least, government by oppression can not bo a success and must not bo tolerated. Over all the world, even in England itself, the word goes out that Ireland deserves better, and that at least the day of retribution is at hand. Let us hope so. It has been a long night for Ireland. Years came and 'went, cycle followed cycle, even century followed century, but still ever the cup of tbo enemy, rich and rosy as it looked, was dashed to the ground, and fidelity to the faith and fatherland dominated and was preserved. What a glorious history! What a story of heritage! What a stupendous birthright tho Celt can look to-page without a blemish, a true to God and country, a race record matchless and imperishable! For such a result every member of the Celtic race can find a place of honor and bo thanked. Bishop and Archbishop, priest and doctor, lawsoldier and yer and statesman, civilian, skilled and unskilled, poor and rich, gentlo and simple, all have their names on tho roll of honor. But beyond all, In tho order cf men and in the vanguard of God's distinction, has been, as it still Is and 'ever, will be until time shall bo no more the motherhood of tho race, the sentinels and protectors and angels of the fireside To them wo owe e home! and the ''history arid the devotion of these most loyal people of the church and heroes of the world. To them we lift our swords in def erence and our hearts in affection, and in our inmost souls reverence as wo pray God save Ireland! -a Lawn Swings $3.50 Swings, Lawn made of selected hardwood, free from knots or imperfections. THE SUBSTANTIAL UOMIXG EVENTS. DOVE OF PEACE. Rev. Father Brey will perform the ceremony and will celebrate the The Friends of Irish Freedom aro sweeping tho country. Tho New York Gaelic American reports that branches are being formed everywhere, and men and women who have not touched Irish organizations for years and who only took a languid Interest In any kind of national movement aro flocking by the thousand to the colors. England hoped by a policy of sternness and repression in Ireland to terrorize tho Irish people at home and to convince tho Irish in America of the hopelessness of attempting to do anything for a catfso that she fondly hoped was lost. But the Irish are always at their best when fighting against heavy odds, and England will be disappointed again. Tho Irish at homo are angry, while in America they aro aroused as C833XW3XaaC833ra33SK&KKKl they have never been in living memory. In nearly all the cities meetings aro being held and' resolutions passed denouncing tho murMrs. R. Guy, Bank street, has der of the Irish prisoners of war by England and pledging undying been entertaining Mrs. John Burke, fealty to the cause of Irish inde- of Lexington. pendence. Mrs. Elizabeth Whelan has relumed from Bardstown, where sho THEY CAN NOT HURT. visited her sisters. lfl-2Thirty-secon- June 18 Closing exercises of St. Philip Neri's school at 7:45 p. m. d 0 Minstrels of June Athletic Club in Bertrand Hall, evening only. Juno 21 Trinity Cpuncll moonlight excursion on steamer Homer Smith. June 29 Euchre and lotto of Hibernian Social Club In A. O. H. Hall, evening only. Juno 29 Moonlight excursion, given by Columbia Athletic Club on steamer Homer Smith. July 4 Annual orphans picnic on St. Vincent's grounds. 0 Lawn fete and dinJuly d ner for Holy Cross church, and Broadway. July 2C Picnic of St. Ann's church nt Spring Bank Park. July 27 Picnic of St. Leo's church, Thornberry's Grove, afternoon and evening. July 30 Exsurslon to Jasper, of Catholic Ind., under auspices Knights of America. 19-2Ber-tran- nuptial mass. Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Esterle, of Little Rock, and their little daughter Corinne , will como to Louisville on !a visit next week In Porch Hammocks of heavy Army Duck, with steel frame, nnd 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-inc- Folding Chairs 69o Folding Lawn Chairs, with arms, canvas seat and back. Lawn Benches 69c Folding Lawn 3V Benches, feet long, painted nnd varnished. $3.50 h Hardwood Hose Reels 59c Hardwood Hoso Reels, with" capacity for 100 feet of hose. order to attend the ding. Zlx-Lon- g wed- and Lieut. Patrick T. Mullen Patrolman John BIckel, of the local police department, will go to West Baden Monday for a week's stay, this being their annual vacation trip. John X. Klnberger, Louisville boy, but now Seattle, was in St. Louis on a business trip and Louisville next week on friends nnd relatives. a former located in this week a visit to FOR TENNIS shapo Tennis Racquots, extra strung 08c Oval will bo in Oil Stoves New Perfection Oil Cooking Stoves, are smokeless and odorless, specially priced in this sale: 2 - bunier, 1? 7.Go 8.05 12.85 4 - burner Clark $21.00 Irons $2.19 Gen- Garden Hose $4,75 A special offering of 50 fcot, guaranteed Garden Hose, with hose reel and nozzle. Special Sale of eral Electric and Hot Point Electric Irons. Toasters at 98c Westinghouso Electric Toasters, complete with cord. Hot Plates 98o Gas Hot Plates, with improved burner. combination brass Misses Marie Week, Mary Fisher and Katherlne Best were with the Neighborhood Club when they surprised Mr., and Mrs. Edward Schmitt at their home In Lafayette township, near New Albany. Hardwood Racquet Cases, which prevent warping 40c Stoves $14.00 Gas Stoves, Jewel with 16 - lnch oven and broiler attachment. Cookers $15.00 Durham Duplex Flreless Cookers, lined throughout with pure aluminum. Have three aluminum cooking vessels. SOCIETY. Frederick Wilhelm Stengel however, that their a number of friends with On tho Elegant Steamers New Blend. The leaders of the Prohibition acquaintances may look upon Mrs. John McClusky has returned a stag party and Dutch lunch In their party have sent us a communication from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Ed his new home, 4137 West Market JOHN M. MULLOY, as cowardly, if not conCity Louisville street, on Thursday evening. announcing that they have inaug- attitude to His temptible a marked degree. Tho D. Shlnnlck, nt Shelbyvlllc. bowling surprised him 212 West Market. a pledge campaign to get urated City manly man will not belie his proinMiss Mary Hagan has been visit- by the presentation of their 5,000,000 voters in the United fessions whatever they may be. ing Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Coylo terest in a sliver loving cup which One of the above steamers leaves States to vote against any party At any rate, the church that has and other relatives at New Haven. had been won by the club In the rethe Wharfboat, foot of Third street, "As Neat to or any candidate who does not met cent bowling tournament. You as tbe Nearest Phone every Sunday at 9 n. m goes and survived misrepresentaopenly favor national prohibition. Miss Isabelle Krausen, of Evans-vlllup the about seventy-liv- e miles persecution for two thouEvery week the KentucKy Irish arrived Saturday to spend insists, tion and As the Indiana Catholic beautiful Ohio, where she meets Our Special $3.00 Spray sand years is not tgo!ng to strike some time with Miss Adelle Morltz. American receives unsigned articles the return boat, arriving home Our Special these men are monomaniacs, bad her colors to the yelping publication. There Is nothing for $5.00 Wreath curs of about 7 p. m. Americans and. fanatics now as criticism within Mrs. W. H. McKnight Is homo objectionable In these, but writers her fold. they always have been. ,A man. has The largest values In Fune from Corydon, Ind., where she vis- should bear In mind the fact that ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c signatures are absolutely necessary ral Flowers ever offered in ited a right to be in favor of prohibiMayor Mitchel's wild charges fin. her sister, Mrs Patrick Grif- In all nowspapor offices. Persons Loulivlilo tion if he believes In it. We have were easily disproved. 'The youthwho desire their notices to appear sured the workers that tho clergy For prompt delivery call ?23 no fault to find with him for that, ful Mayor's effort to befog HILL PARK both phones. Miss Lizzie Fltzpatrlck was last must sign them. Surely you would were heartily back of the projected PHOENIX issues but there are before this country in the Investigation of the New week the guest of her sister, Mrs. not write to a friend without sign- picnic, and it would have their unnow other issues far more impor York Charity Board by attacking VIrglo Riggs, at Lebanon Junc- ing your name. stinted encouragement and sup' Open For the Season. port. St. Vincent's Orphan Asytion. tant, and any day we are likely to "coieliglonlsts" was nasty but Invitations have been issued for lum was formerly located In St. have a situation where still more futile. The men he stood for were it NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATtS FOR therefore Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Casileraan, tke marriage of Miss Emily Goss John's parish, and vital issues will be bofore the pub- indicted and he narrowly escaped Audubon Park, have as a welcome and Oscar Feldkamp, which will appealed particularly to him. Anrttuii mn nawmsnap 1 a good American the same fate. John Purroy made visitor Miss Agnes Kelly, of St. be solemnized with a nuptial mass other general meeting will be held Should lic. i tourlri Avenue Lcxurvfflr at St. Vincent do Paul's church on Monday night, when It is hoped citizen, who is right on all the a fool of himself and ended his Paul. tl.o morning of June 25. The Rev. there will bo an increased attend other great issues, be defeated or public career. will ance. Judge Thomas Gordon and Mrs. Father Thonie, tho pastor, "Flowers telegraphed everywhere.' voted against because he doesn't Miss Goss Gordon will spend the - summer perform the ceremony. subscribe to prohibition? The most The Brooklyn Tablet is of tho months at near is well known In German Catholic Gray Tower, ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE. society circles, and the groom-oleSir your boy aa adncatloa Uiat will temperate men in this country, opinion that Mayor Mltchel has Anchorage. prepare tnam lor ur. Is a popular member of tho traffic This beautiful Park has been Very Rev. T. L. Crowley, O. P. men whose lives are models of "lost Ills head.." At this end of squad of the local police depart- S T. M., Prior of St. Louis Ber greatly improved and is furnished Mrs. John T. Malone and chilsobriety and who are public bene- the line, says tho Buffalo Union trand s church, this city, will de- with perfect equipment throughout, ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE dren will leave early In July to ment. factors of the first rank, don't be- and Times, "the opinion seems to spend the summer in their cottage 112 W. Broadway, Lonlrrlll, Xy. liver the address to the graduates Societies and1 parties should consult EWING READ. lieve in prohibition. It is hard for bo that tho young man not only at Petoskey, of St. Joseph's College at Bards-toy- n the management of Phoenix Hill Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothara. Claaaleal, on conlmencement 'day, June before closing contracts. any man who is intelligent and not has lost his head, but every Scientific and Bualneaa A wedding 6t much Interest will 14. Previous to' his appointment as Courses, Preparatory Department, Laraa HARRY DECKER, Miss Kathleen Sutton, of Beatty-vllla fanatic to believe in something of Swlmmlnr Pool. Well Equipped Oynma-luFrom which Assistant Manager. is here on a visit as the be that of Miss Kathleen O'Doherty Prior of St. Louis Bertrand's Ternrn Modr.t Bro Jamea. Dlr tha,t has proven a flat failure ev- there will be no dissent. guest of Miss Abble Chester, of Ewlng and Lee S, Read, which will church Father Crowley was a numerywhere it has been tried. We , South First street. be solemnized nuptial high ber of years professor of literature with BEST QUALITY A society lady Inquiresl of tho College, mass at St. Louis Bertrand's church and oratory at Aquinas don't believe the prohibitionists will IMPORTED. Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Camden, Tyler at 8:30 o'clock on the morning of Columbus, Ohio, where he distinget 6,000,000 bad Americans to Catholic Advance what is the best Parkway, have been entertaining June 28, the Rev. Father Crowley guished himself by his scholarly atAltar, Alb and Surplice Lace at Ignore all the other issues and go thing to do for a cold at this time this week for their guest, Mrs. performing ceremony. enjoying a The tainments. ' Besides reasonab.e prices. crazy enough to do the bidding of of the year. The reverend editor Mary Murphy, of Parkersburg, W. bride will be the given in marriage by national reputation as a profound IV would appreciate a visit from Funeral Directors a bunch of rabid fanatics. Prohi advlseg her to go South, or if a Va. her uncle Judge Matthew O'Do- scholar nnd eminent pulpit orator. you when in the market for these herty. The bride's maid of honor Father Crowley is the author of bition prevails In Turlcey, but in society lady to put on more goqds. Embalmers. Miss returned will be His no Christian or civilized country. clothes. prescription looks Saturday Kateher Newman Frankfort, and only attendant Mr. Read's .Miss several literary works. Lucy O'Reilly, and best' to home In Rogers Church Goods Co. The best, purest, truest, most good. after a pleasant visit with her man will be Louis Keely. The TAKE TWO DAYS. esio brothers, Thomas and William' 3. ushers will be Messrs. Rees Dickson moral people in the world have 129 S. FOURTH AVE. TaUahea 1QHI His Grace Archbishop Messmer, Newman. and Louis Hackctt. used wines and beers in moderation The annual commencement exeror Milwaukee, has consented to act College In cises of St. Xavier's for generations and they are today CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. NOTRE DAME. Michael Hogan, son of which there is always widespread HERRMANN morally and intellectually the su- as an Honorary Vice NPresident of Hogan and nephew of PoliceWalter BROS. Capinterest, will be held in tho college the Irish Relief Fund Committee, tain Michael Hogan, Is ill at St. periors of the prohibition fanatics Tomorrow morning tho members The University of Notro Dame has auditorium on June 21 and 22. IMPORTERS organized in New York and now Mary and Elizabeth Hospital with secured, as the beginning of a great This year's grdauating class is a of Branch 25, C. K. of A., will rela the United States. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. spreading throughout the country. an attack of typhoid fever. collection of curiosities to be housed large one, and the programme will ceive holy communion in a body at In its beautiful new library, a large be up to the usual high standard the 7 o'clock mass at St. John's WHAT WE NEED. Distillers and Wholesale DealMisses Frances, Elizabeth and Inscilbed clay cylinder from of this splendid educational institu- church. Clay and Walnut. This will Tho English latest ers In Finest Barnds of KenHelen Malone. of the Highlands, Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylon. tion, from which havo come forth be complying with tho Easter duty unpropltlous It la particularly tucky Whiskies, especially. places another heavy handiwill return next week from Cincincylinder, which has 145 lines many of Louisville's most foremost and all members are asked to be Just now., when the country Is con- cap on American exports, .With the nati and New York, where tliey This there. Rev. Father Schuhmann will written by Nebuchadnezzar himself, citizens. fronted by threatening signs and few exemptions granted the United have been, attending school. gives an account of his building of celebrate the mass and preach the sermon. uneasy portents on all sides, for States will suffer most. URSULINE ACADEMY. the walls of Babylon, which wore BOTTLED IN BOND. That's Miss Carrie Bader will entertain one of the wonders of the ancient TlrtflM 1943. 234 S SIXTH STREET men to engago in sowing the "hands across the sea" for ypu. ST. CATHERINE'S ACADEMY. of with a linen shower at her home world, tho temples which The faculty and graduating class and the seed of suspicion so elegantly of the Ursullne Academy expect a In Parkland this week n honor of Herodotus describes Juno 18 is Trinity Sunday, If Miss Aleen Ztx, who Is to be mar- iiuu ui inu recuuBirucuuu ui mu large attendance at this year's comfeeling of religious hatred. There St. Catherine's Academy, one of wae never a day when the busy you do not make your Easter duty ried this month to Allen T. Long. great Tower of Blrs, which many mencement exercises, to be held at the oldest .Catholic Institutions in scholars have identified with the St, Martin's Hall, Shelby and Gray, Kentucky, will hold its eighty-thir- d spreader of religious dissension was by ihat day you will find yourself The on Monday evening, June 19, at 8 annual commencement Thursday, A wedding of Interest will take Biblical Tower of Babylon. There was "outside the breastworks." more a dubIIc enemy. Members of the class roll June IS. Bishop Brossart, of Covon eyllnder was found in the ancient o'clock. nlace at Holy Crose church never a perted Is all our history Thursday morning. June 15, when city of Marada, a suburb of Baby- are M(eeee E. .Steurle, E. M. Mar- ington, will preside at the exercises. CATHOLIC INDIANS. lon, in the walls of the temple tin, H. Tobe, B. Goes, H. Godar, M. Members of the graduating class Miss Agnes L. Weisenberger. daughwtian V iMml mora vital to our . l T.11 NORTON BUILDING ,u ll.. ter of Mr. and Mrs, N. Weisaen- - where the great King had burled it Henneberger, M. Balmer, O. Dick- - are Misses Gladys Ophelia Gormley," B -- laaaa-l .. . -.vAnne Rose Diamond and Margaret united States, and about 100,000 harflrAr. will IwAmo thfl hrUla nf as a perpetual record of his great H. W. Cwaer Fncrtk ami Jtffersti na conuuiuua ul .n.uieriv, w- -r are Catholic. Flynh Hahoney. Haag. , John H, Stagge, of Norwood, Ohio, building operations. 2 non-Cathol- ic TIRESOME FANATICS. The New York Advocate, Mrs. J. J. Burke visited at evilast week, tho guest dently with Mayor Mltchel In mind, observes that there aro some "Cath Mrs. Emily Rogers. olics" who actually imagine they Mrs. Margaret O'Brien and Mrs. aro doing a very bold thing when Annie E. Riley visited friends at they attack tho church to which Prestonla last week. they nominally belong, and inciMiss Miriam Applegato, of Lex-Indentally think that by so doing spent the week end with Mrs. they are showing a liberal spirit Idello McCloy in Clifton. which can not fail to commend Mrs. W. G. Lark in and son, of acthem to their South Louisville, have been visitquaintances. It Is quite possible, ing rolatlves at Colesburg. non-Cathol- ic Tay-lorsvll- le At the meeting of tho Catholic Orphan Society and Its friends Monday evening at K. of C. Hall the roll call showed the following parishes to bo represented: Cathedral, St. Agnes, St. Ann's, Blessed Sacrament, St. Brigld's, St. Cecilia's, Miss Aleen Zlx and Allen T. St. Charles Borromeo, St. Frances Long, whose engagement was an- of Rome, Holy Cross, Holy Name, nounced two weeks ago, will bo St. John's, St. Louis Bertrand, St. Michael's, St. married at St. Frances of Rome Mary Magdalene, St. Philip church on Wednesday, June 21, at Church of Our Lady, 3 o'clock in the afternoon, Rev. Nerl, Sacred Heart and St. Aloyslus. Father Thomas W. White officiating Nearly every English speaking conof at tho ceremony. . gregation was recorded as being -- The marriage Anna of Miss Wacker and John M. Arnold was solemnized Wednesday morning at St. Peter's church. In tho presence of many friends and relatives, who groom with showered bride and congratulations. ORPHAN PICNIC. Fontaine Ferry ParR NOW OrJ35IC. aaaBft Sc '' ' LHMHal g, Father Walsh performing tho ceremony. Tho groom is an engineer on tho L., H. and St. L. railroad, and his bride is a popular young lady of the West End. visited. Gwynn C. Bush and bride, who was Miss Mary'Cain, have returned They from their wedding trip. were quietly married last week at tho Sacred Heart rectory, tho Rev. Catering again to those in search of diversion and offering unlimited amusement to the likes of the most exacting HIGH GLASS VAUDEVILLE Finast Dance Pavilioa in the Sontlt Dally Free Band Concerts, Direction Sig. Natiello. Popular RIdfng Devices and Other Features. Admission to Park After O p. in. present. Chairman Charles J. 10 cents. Children under DP.beforeo O'Connor stated that the grounds 10 ccnU. Children accompanied by were looking more beautiful than parents, free at all times. p condiever and will bo In tion for tho holding of the picnic on tho Fourth of July. Chairman Edward Etheridge, of tho Button CHARMING Committee, stated that on next Sunday St. James, St. Brigld's 'and AND SO VERY CHEAP Bt. Cecilia's congregation would be tip-to- MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- SIMPLY team-niat- fs e, Very Rev. George H. Sohuhmann, pastor of St. John's church, was present, and in pleasing langua'ge congratulated tho society on the good work in which it is engaged nnd said that he found himself wondering, listening to 'the selection committees, of numerous whether tho society was preparing to take care of an army on tho Fourth of July. If he wore asked how much the society should realize from the picnic he would express tho hope that It would reach the amount, of ono of the recent war loans; at 'any rate, ho knew for a certainty that the money would be expended for a nobler purpose. Father Schuhmann as- ICn UU MILES FOR 50 CENTS ICf 65G 2 1.2 Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for 10c In trade with 2 lbs. of NEW BLEND of of Cincinnati I $fob - ct Picnics, Socials, Outings, A par-tlc- lo e, self-respec- t." m. H.BOSSESON and itbjeir avjecivuh: order-ln-coun- Pearl of Nelson, pola-ono- ua FRED ERHART ARCHITECT , -i- --. -!, -- 11 ""'" """ '"" 1 J RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN IiOUISVIULE AMERICAN KLEVATOJl MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS BY & ajwgeioajDOUGLAS PARK JOCKEY CLUB icHarxjoKTir - irih MHIHIMMtMMMMMHIMHHHMmMtHHM I ;; HERMAN FOURTH AVCKUg STILUS MCOffPCffArco THIRTEEN DAYS BRILLIANT RACING CO. " S0NSJ(J I; : '' THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED TODAY THE SPECULATION STAKES WITH $1,600 ADDED Monday The Speculation Stakes, With First Race Each Day 2:30 P. M. JOHN HACHMEISTER, Distillers Or OLD FOUTUNA SOUR MASH HOLIiENBAOH" PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. 528 W..Maln St $2,500 Added Admission $1.50 and $1.00 OUTING AND PICNIC. Confirmation DressesJ $3.98 to $15 Beautiful linp of Confirmation Dresses ; made of very sheer materials, organdie, net, bastiste or India linon ; high or long waist effects; trimmed with dainty lace; some hand-em- broidered styles; sizes 8 to 14 years; specially priced for Monday from $3,98 to. ... $15.00 .- Great Race Meeting Over Superb Track at the Largest Racing Plant in Kentucky. Manager. OHUCH ENGRAVING COMl'ANX ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS W. Mala St., Loulsrille, Ky Home Phone City 6674 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 ARTISTIC PRINTING ; ! ; "SOUTHERN STAR" MAI1 SLICED BACON Ready for Your Griddle in the Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) FIRST CLASS "WORK Givo This Office Your Next Order 317 W. GREEN ST. Telephone City 946 Cumb. South Cook If Coffco Is Not Good 140-- fair. Magistrate Frank Dacher and a hustling committee are making g preparations for a success and promise turtle soup that will bo appreciated. The proceeds will bo donated to the Christmas tree fund. record-breakin- outing and The second annual picnic of the Shelby Democratic Club will be given on the grounds on of tho Klondike outing camp afJune 18 and will be an all-da- y, ; - Girls' Dresses $1.98 to $4.50 Thos. II, ICciuiedy KENNEDY-COADY Incorporated Louis D. Coady Homo 1671. 00. Don't Blame tho Your m ' FISH TRUST BUSTER. V. : ", . MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Homo Phono, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR Our Coffee is Carefully Selected while green, then blended and ROASTED BY US DAILY R. JEUNESSE BUILDING ff TRY LUBBERS ' A '' ' A . 3b $&r i SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-C. G. 810 YORK STREET L. Phono South 1753 THOS. Louisville. Ky. STIGLITZ & SONS J. BRODERICK 4392-- J MANUFACTURERS PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Phone City Tho friends of Ernest Ij. German, chief clerk In tho local J. C. railroad offices, say that, he has done his share ' in bringing down the price of food, especially for ithose who are fish lovers, and in doing so has aroused the enmity of fish dealers. In a recent trip to Leavenworth Mr. German whiled the time away by fishing and succeeded e lh landing bass, seven speckled trout, ten pike, ono monster channel cat and many other fish too numerous to mention. Hfs generous distribution of brain food lias kept his friends supplied for the past several days and fish lunches In his neighborhood 'have been a nightly occurrence. forty-thre- Splendid showing of Girls' Dresses; made of fine quality materials, ginghams, corded pique and reppsj beautiful styles; jacket and jumper effects. Some have dainty white guimpes; solid colors, white and pretty plaids; sizes 6 to 14 years; spocinly priced for Monday from $1.98 to $4.50 rrinccss Slips 00c to 1.50. Girls' Princess Slips; made of flno quality lingerie cloth and seco silk; neatly mado and trimmed with lace or embroidery; sizes 6 to 18 years. Special Monday 00c to. . .' $1.50 Children's 30c Gowns 25c. Children's Cambric Gowns; tucked yoke; full length and to 10 years; value width; sizes -- oc 6vc. luonuay special GlrsP Children's 17c Drawers 10c. Children's Drawers; mado of good quality h muslin and cluster of tucks; sizes 2 to 12 years; value 17c. Special Monsoft-finis- day 10c j 4. Girls' 50c Gowns 30c. Girls' Cambric Gowns; neat yoke; tucked finished with ruffle; full width and length; sizes 8 to 14 years; value 50c. Special Monday 30c Louisville Made Furnacei S. Ninth St. City 2542 Home Phone 210-22- ORPHANS GET BIG BENEFIT. The whirlwind campaign in iPitts. burgh for the benefit of the Catholic orphans of that city realized RANCHERS ROUNDING UP BANDITS. PEOrl.ES FKOVIDENT ASSOCIATION Supplementing Major Butler's pursuit of Villa bandits, rancner's the sum of $100,000, Incorporated. JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. was organized by citizens have recently rounded up and killed fifteen outlaws. These cattlemen PENTECOST. have organized into small bodies for protection against Villista raids. to make Headquarters for Insert, Major Butler, Sixth United States Calvary. LOANS CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. on This Sunday wo celebrate 'the furniture and' other personal propfeast of iPentecost, the. birthday of See us about anything in real erty at CLOSING EXERCISES. possibly LOWEST BATES. the estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. can church. Lot all who for tho Coleman BIdg-.prepare themselves 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Closing exercises of St. Philip S. E, Cor. Third and Jefferson. The worthy reception of the sacraments Both 1'hones, 2886. Home Phono City 4464. Neri's school will be held in on that day. Hall, Floyd and Magnolia, on Sunday, June 18. A drama, A. o. H. Resldcnca Phone, Pewee Valley SEE FOOLEY GOLDEN JUBILEE. Phone, City 3180. 'Heroines of the Revolution," will be portrayed by the children of the MONEY CONFIDENTIAL FOR DIVISION 1. Archbishop John J. Keane, of higher grades. There will bo drills, RELIABLE JOS. DALY songs, minuets and patriotic recita- Meets Fourth Thursday, Liedorkranz Dubuque, will celebrate on July 2 the fiftieth anniversary of his orHall, Sixth and Walnut.. P. R. POOLEY tions by puplls.of tho lower grades, CONTRACTING PAINTER dination. The hierarchy and his Building and a finale with the "Star Spanl Room 1, President Mark Ryan. friends will rejoice and wish him gled Banner" sung by tho entire 415 Fourth Street Vice President W. L. Cushing. Ky. 420 West Green Street, Louisville, many more happy years. The performance will beschool. McRecording Secretary Daniel gin at 7:45 p. m. aiid general ad- Carthy. CORPUS CHRISTI. cents, v Financial mission will be twenty-fiv- e , Secretary Edward cents Clancy. With reserved seats fifteen Tho feast of Corpus Christ!, celeextra. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. brated on Juno 22, is not a holy i Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English. dny of obligation In this country, BKRTRAXD MINSTRELS. Tim Lyons. Sentinel but Is nevertheless a day of special devotion, given up to the celebraClub will give their The Bertratid DIVISION 3. tion of the mystery of the Body of annual vaudeville and minstrels at AL. S. SMITH, PROP. . and First and Third Monday at Hiber- Christ In the Blessed Sacrament. Bertrand Hall 'on Monday 0 nian Home, Portland. Tuesday evenings, June 19 and 20, APOSTLE OF GERMANY. the members being now busy rePresident Lawrence J. Mackey. hearsing for tho performances. Vice President John J. Riley. AVednesday night the Knights of Among those who will, take part Secretary Financial John J. Columbus of Newport celebrated are George Riggs and Ed Wolfe Hession, Jr. BOTH PHONES 810. the feast of St. Boniface, the aposas the funny end men, while Louis Recording Secretary Matthew tle of Germany, tho hall being Leo O'Brien. Walsh, Emmet Hanrahan, filled. The Arlon Maennerchor, Elellly and Tommy Riggs are on tho Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. under tho leadership of Prof. programme in singing specialties. Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. Geior, sang German songs, and cents and Admission twenty-fiv- e ' Sentinel Thomas Noon. ' Mrs. Katherlno Hoch, accompanied cents, tho reserved seats thirty-fiv-e by Mrs. Grace Mader Mack, was latter now being on sale. DIVISION 4. tho soloist. SUFFERS FRACTURED SKULL. Meets" Second "and Fourth""Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. HONOR SACRED HEART. 1 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y President John H. Hennessy. Patrick Flaherty, residing at 100 The month of June is one long Vice President Thomas Lynch. North Twelfth street, fell on tho curbing at Thirteenth and Market Financial Secretary Thomas J. feast day of the Sacred Heart, and the feast proper occurs this year early Wednesday evening and suf- Langan. Ho was Recording Secretary James J. on Friday, June 30, tho last day fered a fractured skull. seen to cross the street from St. McTlghe. of tho mpnth. In many of the Patrick's church and then fall backchurches there are special devoTreasurer Pat Connelly. ward on his head. He was removed Sentinel M. J. McDermott. tions In honor of tho Sacred Heart Sergeant-at-Arm- s to the City Hospital in an unconEdward Byrne. of Jesus during June, but every scious condition, and the last report Christian performs some act of degave small hope for his recovery. votion at least privately during Y. M. I. years old. Mr. Flaherty is sixtyt-w- o that period in honor of tho Heart MVMWWWttWVMVWUWMWUWWMWWVMWM of Jesus. , MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. CLOSING EXERCISES. Evenings at Club Meets Monday NEARLY READY. Houso, 344 North Twenty-sixtThe closing exercises of St. S. O. Hubbuch. Augustine's school, for which' an President The new Collego of the- Oblate proM, exceptionally First Vice President F. Fathers In Washington Is approachmeritorious gramme has been arranged, will be Schaad., ing completion and will bo ready held next Wednesday evening at 8 Second Vice President It. L. for occupancy In September. It In St. o'clock Augustine's Hall, Scheckler. Is an Imposing building of Port 3 308 West Broadway. There will Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. Deposit granite, three .stories in 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, be choruses, drills and other interRecording Secretary G. height, with a roomy W. basement, esting numbers. Rev. FranclS'.Fel-ten- , Buckle. and occupies a commanding slto the pastor, will deliver the adTreasurer G. J. Thornton. at the entrance to the Catholic Unidress and Miss Lydfa Johnson will Marshal Theo. Buckle. versity, bounded on one side by preside, at the piano. An invitation Inside. Sentinel James Radigan. Fourth street and ort tho other by is extended the friends of the Outside Sentinel H. Pfeicer. Lincoln avenue. church and the public to be present. 2 1000 Zane Street Colored Dress Materials For Summer I h Crepe Tussah Cloth 'In a beautiful range of colors: Black specially priced for $1.10 sizes 44-inc51-lnc12-InAll-wool li All-wo- ol and All-wo- White ol Checks Imported All well-know- n $1.50 . , Wlnd-thor- st 4mttMHmmetcot'H'tMMiM BALL 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 54-inc- Crepe Just the right weight for Foulnrtl h 21-- J. Courier-Journa- PLAYERS Raise your average with a Mascot Bat. Win the game with a . 'GRAN W. SMITH'S Funeral Director SQN-i- t , MASCOT FRANK FEHR BREWING MCC3PORaTED 1818-182- and Embalmer;; Ca 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET;; VVVVfcVVViVVVVVV. J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. ! n I 822 Bast Malta street. Brewers and Bottlers LOUXSVILIiB. KY. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE h. N - DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTTi! OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Funeral Directors and Ernbalmers Homo City 3008 JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED X Cumb. Main 200S-- a interest in view, despite what newspapers that are enemies of the 4 8HHI I If The boys of the San Francisco Papacy state .to the contrary. through the Youths' Directory, a diocesan home peace Is concluded friendly Intervention of the PresiTHE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT for neglected, friendless and home- dent of the Great American Republess boys, under the direction of Rev. D. O. Crowley, are preparing lic, or through His Catholic Majto go into camp at. St. Joseph In- esty "the King or Spain, His Holiequally thank will tho stitute at Rutherford, Napa county, ness In addition to his own boys Father Almighty that an end should at Crowley will take a limited num- last have been put to the butchery ber of deserving poor boys, who which is the suicide of Europe." need an outing for a month or six FOR WOMEN'S EYE. weeks. Father Crowley is known to many4 In Louisville,, where he Patent Bide laced boqts aro more visited recently as the guest of his nephew, Very Rev. . T. L. 'Crowley, popular than ever. Figured foulard silk is always Bertranil's Prior of ' St. Louis pretty for summer wear. church. Most utility coats aro long enough All the late tnd bow Styles and Shapti almost to coVer the dress. YEARS REST LIGHT. cen be found nere at reasonable price), Organdy is among the The Right Rev. J. F. Regis Cane-viof summer niaterlals: ' Bishop of Pittsburgh, on MonWith plain colored W white suits d birthday celebrated his striped parasols are effective. day anniversary, y receiving conMuch lace is being gratulations from Catholics and making of midsummer used In the I investigate Our New .Free frocks. near and far. Bishop Dainty organdies a'nd lawis aro Delivery Service. In June, Canevln was ordained Wf'SVf greatly favored for sample summer 3 879, and was consecrated in Feb&J&J. SEE OUR ADS IN THE TIMES, ruary, 1903. His' three score years frocks. HERALD AND POST. Taffeta now seeils to bo the re"st lightly upon him and he Is one jWAb: of the most active of the American choice of many of .ho best gowned m ' women. hierarchy. . Pockets are becoming more and mere capacious. SKKKK ONLY PlJACE. Many are almost PRAISEWORTHY. most-Jtr-llghtful n, PLANNING us. A VACATION. PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, GERMAN BANK sixty-thir- Vacation time will soon be with Our people aro already planning where they will go and when they will go. Tho relative advantages of country and seashore, of valley and mountain, are being measured. In our planning let us not forget there can be no vacation from our (luty to God. In selecting a place to spend Ills' holiday the Catholic should first satisfy himself that there lij a church at the seaside ;resort or mountain village. Ono who doc3 not think of his duties as a .Catholic In figuring on his vacation "can not excuse himself frpm a mortal sin when ho finds there is i;o Sunday mass at the summer resort. If we forget God in our plans to make life happy we must expect that God will not think of us in his plans for happiness In eternity. Toledo Record. LARGE .MEDICAL CLASS. medical-department JOHN XL WRANM. WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 20 LOUISVTJLH. KT. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager e Peerless Common , cs On Monday, SBffl FLORISTS INCORPORATED. -- Cut Flowers for alt occasions, n Special attentfon given orders. wmmh i imm ir N . ksmb nmiiiisiWi NEWNANZfcNEUNERCO. 57 Fmrtk Ave.. Lealcvlllc. Ky. Fifth and Market Sts. Cardinal Gasparri, Papal Secretary of Stete, In an Interview with a representative of tho Associated Press, declared that the Pope was Influenced in his peace efforts eojaly by a desire to stop, the "suicide of Europe.'.' "The Holy Fathor," sId the Cardinal; "in bfct most ardent desire for pac, has no particular STARTED. silk or muslin. Wife In order that I may get Interesting blouses are now ap- the money on this check, do tlje peopearing and sleeves both long and ple at tho bank hare to know me? short are shown- Husband Yes, they have to The chiffon frock know you, but not as well as I do; 8ata bids fair to be one of the most otherwise they wouldn't gfvj you a pelf-trimm- ed like bags. Lace berthas give a , dainty and summery look tp thin frocks of the largest number that has Cumb. gone from the school In any one year. It Is the second largest graduating class in the medical schools of Chicago and the fifth in size In all the medical schools of the United States, This Is Chicago, May 20, the University, of Loyola graduated 151 garduates, Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, nd if you have tried-threst get the BEST. PHONED Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Phone West 191 THE Home Phone il3- - WIEDEMANN ElCORrO HATED TROUBLE BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught arid Bottled Beers. at all leading bans and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength ,excHe GRUBER & DBUSEK, Managers, Louisville, Ky. popular for summer. ent. f - v. I XiCBTDTJOKlY IIISBC I, AJS&ttJitXCJjSC. 3eac3css "k- TWIN CITY LEAGUE POPULARITY CONTEST Help ii I '"- - ' i . '' T""",-""'MIJ,- a- T " 0 " ' , " Mil ''f ajji V'VWl send Your Favorites in the Twin City League to this season's WORLD'S BASEBALL. SERIES 10 Votes .' ' ' ' '' I BAC0N&SQN' We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. for Each Old and 20 for Each New Subscription. $1.00 Per Year. members The KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN .will send the Two most popular Any of the Twin City Baseball League to the World's Series with til expenses paid. player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. Votes by ballot or paid subscription. Summer Need s For The House, Lawn and Laundry Garden Hose; a guaranteed Garden Hose; complete, on hardwood bent hose reel and combination bra'ss. spray nozzle; price $l.8U Tennis Rackets; Spauldlng Tennis Rackets; former values up 'to $5.00; your cholco at, each $2.08 Perfection Oil Cook Stoves size $7.00 size $10.30 Motor Washing Machines; operated by water pressure by attaching a small hose to kitchen faucet; regular price $15; on '. sale at $12.50 walnut Screen Doors; three-panstained doors; size 3x7 feet; price, each.jL $1.00 Polishing Brushes; for polishing wax floors; weight 25 pounds; price, each $2.00 50-fo- World's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE Lawn Moui'is; ball-bearin- these are higli-grad- o, g mowers; This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for Mr ; ) sizes 16 and .18 inches; regular price to $5.39; special price, each $4.80 Address whom I consider the most popular member ot the Twin City League. Following Is the roster of the ter.Knights of Columbus B. Schulte, Twin,, City Baseball League, each Melcher, Frantz, Mattlngly, Bohan-i.on- , ot whom. Is entitled to enter the Ccresl, Madden, Curley, Kentucky Irish American's World's Kenealy, Hamilton, Hamcoupon for series contest, the first mond, Joe Murphy, F Weber, Cllnes. which appears In this Issue: Mackin Council C. fillers, ThornImperials Fussenegger, Traeger, Haag, ton, Schleman, U. McGrath, Morris, Hosier, Aulbach, Murphy, Davis, Lally, Eschman,' It. Pontrlch, E. Harrlgan, Warren, Conley, h. Melsne'r, Schene, Scheckler, Hafner, Elpers, Ohlle, Renn, Weber, Cronan, Atwell, Larkln, McDonough. F. Stelr, Voor, Kraemer, Bertrands R. Haragon, L. Hara-goChenowelh, McDermott. Finn, Westerman, Hlgglns, G. Sieger, Orioles Kuebert, Polin, Weber, E. Pfafflnger, C. Weber, E. Burke, J.. Murphy, Clifford, Car- Coleman. RECENT DEATHS. Pfafflnger, Soeder, Kdehler, Loefller, HInes, Russ, House, Meagher, Officers Capt. Frank Relchert, Baumgarten, ney, Fitzgerald, Bloomer, C. Flynn. McCabe, Wiedmeir, Edward J. Wolfe, E. Stelnbock, Lovett, Olympics J. Murphy, The funeral of James P. Smith, Wllllnghurst, Schmoetzer, Relter. Fries, M. Logan, J. Deeken, Thomas D. Clincs. 1427 South Sixth street, wa3 held Schott, J. Hogan, Temberley, Ches Tuesday morning from St. Louis Bertrand's church. Deceased had lived here for .fifty years and was long engaged in the printing and was a member of the Surviving Union. Typographical him are a wife and .a son, Kelly n, Bos-meye- r, Ten Kettles; made of pure alumi num In No. 8 size; on sale at, each $2.25 42.n!eco Dinner Sets; made of American porcelain and decorated with two" gold lines; price, per set $2.08 Motor Bykes; sell regularly for $35,00; on sale Monday at, the special price $32.50 Two-burn- er Three-burn- Con-ner- e, Ed-ele- n, n, Chester, "Mclntyre, J. Scully, E. MONSTER MONUMENT OF VON HINDENBURG FOR CHARITY. Flynn, Henry, O'Laughlln, Flnne-gaThis gigantic .figure of Von Hlndenburg, built of alder wood, million nails are expected to be Two T. Scully, W. Murphy, J. Mur- is forty-thr- e feet high. phy, C. Voss, O. KHer. driven Into It. The nail driver purchases either Iron, gold or silver Trinity Council Shadburn, nails. Moore, Bosler, Kaiser, Bluel, Sprunk, Donnelly, Sandman, D. track placed there for tho enjoyCummlngs, B. Cummlngs, Hagner, ment of OF COLUMBUS. grown-up- s children Branagan, Killorn, J. Carraro, W. alike. The coupons and given with all Stammerman, Schwlnd, Neumeyer. gate tickets sold t6 the park after GUI 6 Trager, Champs Hack, o'clock each evening are good for Brownfleld, Ott, Lleber, N. Murphy, adjnlsslon in either, the theater or Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else- Clegg, O'Brien, Curran, M. Hogan, dance pavilion. Delehanty, Jack Sheehan, Lapalllo, wkere.. er EHTS el Kitchen Sets; with white enamel finish; the set comprises a bread box, cake box, flour can, sugar canister, coffee canister and tea canister; price for tho outfit. $i.4o In Dal-to- n, ifNlllHMIHtmf4 BY WORD OF EVERY THE IRISH AMERICAN HIBERNIANS. News Notes. tho Archdlocesan Seminary fund. Omaha Knights will march in the Fig day parade next Wednesday. tho Initiation of forty-fiv- e 'Cincinnati Council vofed J20Q' to busi-'ne- ss Five hundred Knights assisted at new mem- What They Have Been Doing Smith. . the Past Week General John GO TO HALPIN'S AND SAVE $5.00 Men's Real $20 Clothes For AUTOMOBILE Candy delegates to the State convention. (Incorporated.) San Francisco Hibernians will celebrate the Fourth of July with a Hjs nwtd from 520 to 524 south Fourth An. MADE WITH monster field day at Schuetzen Park. fZZ s when Its FRESH HIGH GRADE PURE FOOD CANDIES The Wisconsin State convention street, at 8:30 o'clock, and from ever held. 5&TENDER CAREi cib bs had as ot htntofen. will bo held at Oshkosh, opening St. Louis Bertrand's church at 9 Last Sunday there was an inlasting three days. o'clock. August 21 and WATCH FOR DATE OF OPENING He Is survived by his Mrs. Rlchey, of New Albany, was wife, Mrs. Louise Ahmann (nee itiation at Washington, Iud., and Hmoi Pheiu City 8684 Cumb. rfioni Main 3Uf another will take place tomorrow one of the speakers at the Ladles' Boeschle), seven children, Mrs. Auxiliary county initiation at In- William S. Jenkins, Mrs. John J. at Alerandrla. Monday night last week tho 21G dianapolis. HInes, Fred, William, Frank, John newly elected members of tho fourth Now For the Palm Beach Suits iNcenroiArio. The younger members of Division and Benjamin Ahmann. degree were given a banquet at the 4 are preparing to give an Invita1 beloved club house In Milwaukee. Mrs. Nora McFarland, tion dance confined to members of Central Kansas has been doing wife of Thomas McFarland, the that division. Mrs. John Arthur, State Presi- well known grocer, lled Tuesday vigorous work. Initltlons af Salina, morning at Manhattan, 2923 and St. dent of the Ladles' Auxiliary, will avenue, and her home, caused Alford havo added Abilene strength to Paul widethe 'news the be Indiana's candidate for. the spread sorrow among her friends. four councils. much ; ,,. 1 Mil It IMH-IH ! ;! i t, H national directorate. Besides her husband she leaves six Tho LAWRENCE M. J. BAKN0N, P. BANNOH, JR., I. VEEHEMAN, INCORPORATED. At the next meeting of Division children, to whom is tendered the priated Iowa State Council appro?3,000 tor educational pur4 Thomas Lynch will announce the sympathy of a wide circle of Vice Prat. I Treat. Pre:, I Ugt. Secretary. acposes In that State and a like sum 426 S. Fifth St. BOTiTpHONES-2635. entertainment feature for the last quaintances. The funeral was held for the Louisville, Ky. entertainment of the sumeeting of the month. morning from Thursday St. preme convention at Davenport. Our workmanship Is positively tlio best in the city, and backed Attorney W. P. McDonogh will Michael's church, of which tho deThe most successful event In tho up by a house of long standing and financially responsible. lecture on the workmen's cqmpensa-tlo- n ceased had long been a member. annals of the Knights of Columlaw to the members of Division Our" service not equaled. Ohio, was tho 3 at the meeting of Juno 19. After a long Illness and pre- bus, the fourth for a exemplification ; ; Sewer aad Calvert Pipe, of class of 121 Mission pared for the summons Patrick J. representative men. Tho ceremonTuesday morning at Sanson's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Coadaits, Dolores church, San .Francisco, the Hourlgan, fifty years old and a ies were Inspiring, Instructive and Wall Coping, Drain Tile, TltrlEed Brick, Ladies' Auxiliary had mass cele- well known machinist, passed away patriotic. T Fire Proofing, Flee Lining, Fire BricK brated for tho heroes ot the Now Wednesday evening at his home, 1215 Hull street. Surviving him are Irish republic. Crate and Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. BADLY J1IXED. Give us a trial for first-clas- s of Lieut. John J. service. We are as Tho Building Committee of Di- a sister, the wife police department, close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON vision 2 of Syracuse has been meot-in- g Maloney, of the "The will of tho late Edward J. night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable with splendid success and much and three daughters, Miss Sarah Burke, night chief of the Duddy and Hourlgan, HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. Interest Is being manifested in the Sister MaryMrs. P. A.Tho deceased Union Telegraph Company, Western chauffeur our specialty. Give us a call. whose Clotus. membership contest. 13tU cad Brcck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and lOtb. WORKS was in high esteem and his death occurred two weeks ago, proThe Ladies' Auxiliary of Mil- death held mourned by a wide circle vides for the payment of $1,000 Is - "H twenty-fir-; - t"i M i"H"i 4.,1,,;..H..M' i"W i waukee will celebrate its for masses for tho repose of the acquaintances. anniversary tomorrow, "when of friends and souls of tho testator, his wife and a class of fifty will be initiated, son." LIFE AN EXAMPLE. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. EDW. A. AXMAN after which HOME PHONE CITY 3238 DAN J. HENNESSY will bo u banquet The above appeared as Louisville ' Botk Phones 2300. served. Patrick Finegan, a well known news In last week's Catholic Tele Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. The Ladies" Auxiliary county In- resident of the Dominican parish, graph, and is so mixed as to be itiation at Indianapolis, when Mrs. died Tuesday looming after a lin- without excuse. Tho late Edward WE'LL FIX THAT FAN FOR YOU was hostess, gering illness at the home of his J. Burke, who long ago was Night O'Dounell James 'seventy-fiv- e AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND RIGHT proved most successful, Chief of Police here, died over a new members" being received nlecps, Mrs. Harry T. Fischer and year ago In Rochester, whore he Belter look over your fans NOW and let um repair (he Misses .Mary and Nelllo Finegan, had made his home for some timo. into tho order. ones which need it BEFORE IT GETS REALLY HOT. 1039 South Sixth, street. a Ver gan was sixty years of Mr, Fine- Tho Night Chief of tho Western A barbercue, ago and ' CO. dun contest and a Bubmarino com- during his early career took a prom- Union, who died hero May 19, was INCORPORATED. petition are a few of the features inent part in the affairs of the Re- Patrice F. McCarthy, whose wife 333 WEST MAIN STREET Phone 135 ' 425 W. Jefferson Street announced for tho annual reunion publican party, being a member of oon and daughter survive him. UPSTAIRS STORE. of Division 2 of'San Francisco, tho the Old Guard, and served as Supercoast. ON LONG TRIP. banner division of the intendent of the Stamp Department A new division has been instiof the Postoffice under the adminThe Louisville ball club begins tuted In the Annunciation parish, istration of Postmaster John BarBuffalo, Mouslgnor Biden, tho pas- rett and was tho first purchaser of tho first of its away from home tor, made an eloquent plea, saying stamps in the new Postoffice. Later series at St. Paul today, from there Where tho home Whcro work is quickly he hoped every Jive Irishman of on ho served as Deputy Jailer under going in turn to the three other brightest; done; Milhis flock would become a member tho late Dick Watts, and after that Western cities Minneapolis, Whcro cooking seems tho work ij and make this tho banner division returned to work at his trade of waukee and Kansas City.. The club Where lightest; real fan; city. shops. should more than break even, as St. of the machinist in the L. and N. Paul tho meal Where baking gives deMr. Finegan led a clean, whole easy and Milwaukee should prove Where while IULTj. light; OOOD FERRY eooked best; some life, and during his long ought picking,gotten an even break at the other two Where tho range stands career never earned the enmity or towns. to be Where drudge- is out of The hardest feature of the Thomas F. Swift and company anyone, being fair and just in all sight . the tost will headline the bill in tho theater of his dealings, political and other trip is that live games are In a row That's the where That's where the at Minneapolis and Cantillon's pitchuy ono at FontaJno Ferry 1'arK commencing wise-He Is, survived, "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes of tho ers are going great guns at presFinegan, with the matinee Sunday afternoon. brother, 1b in. The Colonels are in great Cotnpany; one ent. a musical . skit Louisville' Water He will present Is and that Thomas Finegan; four shape Clymerit wljlbelieved pat onMancalled "Me and Mary," and his nephew, Quick Meal Gaa Hansen Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended stand his supporting company includes Hazel nieces, Mrs Peter Jennings, Mrs. ager present lineup. Platto in the field Kelley and Frou Erou Jacques. Harry T. Fischer, Misses Mary and is an Improvement over Farmer , 215 and The funeral took no A combination of melody, dancing Nellie Finegan. other change Is necessary. Fans W. MARKET ST. and jollity Is promised in tho act of placo Trom ISt. Louis Bertrand's- aro Indignant at the suggestion of Ray Dboley, until recently a feat- church Thursday morning with a removing Red front third. ured member of the Metropolitan solemn high requiem mass at 9 as his fielding Corridon best In tho Is the In Emma Francis, who o'clock. Verylltev. Father Crpwley, league- and his batting, if' not extra Minstrels. returns after quit an absence, one celebrant; Rev." Father Clark, dea- great just' at present, is sure to Father Lyons, of vaudeville's most graceful and con; Rev. improve. , accomplished dancers will bo seen. Reputed to bo tho greatest, card TN'I FOR NEW HOME. ACADEMY AWARDS. and coin manipulator in tho vorld. Th? Best Straight Whisky On Earth a prominent Lelpslg will occupy Sisters of St. Martin last SaturThe following awards were made day position on tha bill. Archie Onvi forty-si- x purchased acres of Mrs. rounds out the' programme with his 'at Holy Rosary Academy: FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. juggling novelty. Bathera are ad- Ruth Campbell, of Indianapolis, em- land near Melburn from Mrs. Belle ",'. INCORPORATED FREE SERVICE. Aiyler&os.for $18,500. The Sisters' mitted to the park free at all times, broidered, lunch set; Mr. M. C, quarters are at present 'in Newport. delighting patrons Elder, 616 Park avenue, oil palut-Ing- ,' Slg. Natiello Is Sole Owners Registered Diat. No. 32 932 They purchased the property with Mrs. JoMphine Hoertz, of his with the excellence A new attraction, com- East Madlaon street, 'hand painted the expectation of building a new Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West Main Street home. mencing Sunday, will be a pony raw, 1101.03 BAST BROAD WAT. S15.00Hats For Men Real $3 Straw $2.00 C, flMLIPHN OjOTHINC s 4tW years old and son of the late Peter and Reglna Herberger, died Sunday afternoon at his home, 716 'South Shelby street, being ill only a few Division 4 will meet next Mon days. His funeral was held Wednesday ovenlng. day morning from St. Martin's Many divisions throughout the church, of which ho had been a lifecountry are subscribing to the Irish long member. Surviving him are Peter Herberger and two other relief fund. N Division 3 of Rome, N. Y., con brothers. degrees on a class ferred the three Funeral services for William P. of 100 op June 4. one of the The Hibernian Social Club of Lenlhan, clerks In thebest known city, wore railroad Division 3 will give a euchre Juno held from Holy Name church Mon29 on their lawn. day morning, attended by a large The Milwaukee Hibernians are number of mourning friends. He getting ready for another big class resided at 4G10 Haldeman avenue initiation on June 21. and fell victim to dread tuberculosis. Milwaukee division, the largest Besides his wife he leaves a child, seven his mother, two sjsters and three In the country, will send Herberger. thirty-eig- ht bers at Dunlap, Iowa. Following the Initiation on Sunday at New Lexington, Ohio, 500 were served at a oanquet. The Knights of Galveston, Texas, now occupy their new $30,000 building on Postofilce street. pledged Missouri Knights have 110,000 for the erection of a Catholic student home ut Columbia. Tho New York State convention was held In Buffalo, opened with mass In St. Joseph's Cathedral. r With the Initiation of candidates ' the membership at Greeley, Neb., has been raised to fifty-fou- $3.80 Electric Irons; in which the heating coll Is positively guarToilet l'nper; made of a good anteed against any defects or quality tissue; price, 10 rolls 25c for imperfections; each $2.08 t IWfrl-frH-frKM Lawn Swings; wood; In price, each made of hard- Berry Bowls; glass; an each imitation size; size; i cut at 03,, M m zm VZz,--. 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 Slate Government Sapervision. 300. One thousand visitors witnessed the conferring of the third degree on a class of over 100 at Blng-hamto- n. Iowa has now 15,000 members. When the first State convention was held in 1902 the membership was brothers. only 453. Into There were lip initiates The funeral of Henry Ahmann took place Friday morning from tho the fourth degree, the most sucfamily residence, 1018 Dumesnll cessful exemplification Indianapolis NOTICE OF REMOVAL Butterfly Shop X CATDY lipjFourth Ave? at Jefferson Louisville 1 O 50c 50c y& H.'M-1"H-H"M"- CLEANING AND DYEING CO. I IIP. BANNON PIPE COJ AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE 573-178- 6. - - - n - - i;rt - iimii)iioiinn st Chawk & Smith Auto Co. Hennessy & Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS BE SURE TO CALL FOR tug-of-wa- r, GUILDERS ELECTRIC k Where the QuicR Meal Comes In jSppm McKENNA iiGjl ,v - WHISKY . Jc-H- IT !S ALWAYS PURE. - I H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Hy. GEHER & SON, - sub-deac- ACCESSORIES OLDBARBEE JNO. T. BARBEE -' & CO. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. WA'.