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For many years American! rallied splendidly to this! duty, but under the pressure of the last few years general interest In the Philippines seems to have waned, and with It the immediate Interest of American Catholics in their special responsibility to their brethren in the islands. For this reason it Is most important that the plea of tHo Philippine missionaries for present aid be heeded. Any donations for this cause will be received by the Catholic Church Extension Society, McCormlck building, Chicago, and promptly forwarded to destination. lpplnes. Catholics EI Nomo Wilkoe I i llnfnn wiuuii Uidn uigars. mauc m.- - 1 I VOLUME XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1916. i I PRICE FIVE CENTS. j REQUIEM Sung nt St. Mary Magdalen's ..For Heroes Executed in, WILSON'S Proverbial Luck Being Exempli. fled in Devclopcmcnts of Present Campaign. Under Normal Conditions Would Not Have Possible Chnncc Dublin. KightBcv. Bishop O'Donaghue nnl Many Priests Lend Their Presence. ' FATHER JOSEPH NEWMAN. Against Hughes. . ' Rev. Joseph Newman, who retheological cently completed his Jlev. Father Gausepohl Pays studies at St. Thomas Seminary, Feeling and Beautiful priest Denver, and was ordained for the Louisville diocese by the Tribute. at Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghue St. Mary Magdalene's church, celebrated his first solemn mass, at St. on Fairfield, Michael's church, SPLENDID MUSICAL PROGRAMME Thursday. The following clergy officiated: Assistant priest, Rev. Richard Davis, brother to the Bishop of B. J. Rev. Davenport; deacon, Weight, 0. S. B., of Finley; Rev. Dominic Downs, of Tuesday morning Louisville paid Bernard, its tribute in commemoration of SL, Bernard's College, St. Welsh, of the death of the Irish martyrs re- - Ala. The Rev. Joseph the sermon The Hopklnsvllle, preached cently executed in, Dublin. Father Newman for services, while religious in charac- was the occasion. Taylorsville In 1889. born ter and aspect, were open to all His classicalat studies, commenced at creeds, In order that all true lovers Academy under the of liberty of thought and action Nazareth Pike, were completed Rev. at Richard might Join in the exercises. College, Alabama. At At St. Mary Magdalen's church, St. Bernard's owing to the death this Juncture, Brook and College, which was of his parents, he was forced to a provide for his brothers and sisters. filled possibly as never before, solemn requiem high mass was sung But after a few years he was again for the repose of the souls of the pursuing "Irish patriots of 191 G." The sanc- afforded an opportunity of St. 's entered tuary, was draped In black, the his studies. He in Indiana, Seminary where American and Irish flags were dis- he made his philosophical studies, played near the high altar, while and in September, 1913, entered St. the pulpit was tastefully draped in Thomas Seminary, Denver. The the Irish colors, green and gold, all says Register Catholic edged In black. Right Rev. Bishop Denver Newman has Won golden O'Donaghue graced the occasion by Father presiding at the mass, and occupy- opinions among the faculty and stuHe at ing seats reserved for them were dents very St. Thomas Seminary. apIs a able theologian. Rev. George M. Connor, Very Rev. plication to study he has a For surprisT. L. Crowley, O. P., Rev. John B. ing faculty. His future Is certainly Pfeifer and others of the clergy. bright, for his intellectual abilities Messrs. William T. Meehan, Peter are no less rare than the depth of J. Dowling, A. O'Brien and John J. his sincerity and the warmth of his Shelley were the ushers and had little difficulty In handling the big friendship. which congregation assembled, CATHOLIC ORPHAN SOCIETY. forcibly reminded one of the old League days and included the Land The weekly meetings of the Kavanaghs, Cllnes, Rawleys, Catholic Orphan Society are growShelleys, Noonans, In attendance Gavins, Dowllngs, Hendricks, ing larger July grows near; as tho and the Maloneys, Fourth of McCarthys, Meehans, Caseys, Barretts, Llncolns, Weirs, preparations for the picnic are asMuch Laffeys, Dohertys, Dolans, and in suming large proportions. of Importance was fact representatives of all the pio- routine matter the meeting Monday neer Irish families of Louisville and disposed of at any encouragement night, and the Ancient Order of Hibernians and was needed If was given by the it other organizations. address of Just before the mass Mrs. Fred eloquent P.and feeling congratulated Raffo, who Harig, who presided at the organ, Rev. C. played Grelg's funeral march. Tho the society on the great progress Bishop and clergy upon entering the being made, and stated that steps being church proceeded through the main were would taken by the society probably make it posthat aisle to the high altar, when tho sible to realize tho $10,000 hoped mass was begun. The Rev. Father Daniel Driscoll, the Bishop's sec- for at the picnic. "From the readretary, was celebrant: the Rev. ing of your minutes and the reFather Frank O'Connor, of the ports," he said, "evidence Is given Cathedral of the Assumption, was that all are working steadily and deacon; the Rev. Father James faithfully that the banner picnic of Maloney, and the Rev. all may be given on the coming Fourth of July. Father Cletus Brady, rector of is an unfailing Your earnestness indication of sucof Sacred Heart Retreat, master cess." He made an eloquent plea ceremonies. , Rev. Father William Gausepohl, for tho orphans, and said no one the pastor, preached the sermon, could refuse anything for the saying the occasion was one of con- orphans. All tho commttttees are secration to duty and heartfelt sym- enthusiastic in the reception acpathy that reaches all over the corded them and Louis G. Russell world. Love of country was the voiced the general feeling when he motive and welfare of Ireland was said that merchants are glad of to contribute to the purpose of the men so cruelly the opportunity executed. Father Gausepohl said such a worthy cause. The following places have been the Irish patriots died for "God and country." He dwelt upon the selected to which supplies or donapure motives that actuated the un- tions for the picnic ' may be sent, compromising young idealists, who and they will be gathered up by a gladly gave their lives for the transportation committee and conHe pleaded fpr the "rest veyed to tho grounds of the picnic: cause. eternal" for the men who sacrificed J. Henry Lichtefeld, Twenty-sixt- h life, hope and aspirations. He said and Main; William T. Meehan, 725 the "roll of honor" Included the South Floyd; Fred Ohmann, 1318 best-anP. J. Liston, bravest of the Celts poets, South Eighteenth; sculptors, orators and lawyers. The 1C38 Dumesnll; Morlarty Bros., speaker said tho events of May of Sixth and Kentucky; S. M. Raffo, befittlngly bo 420 West MarlccJt; C. E. Bender, this year might called "the revolt of the intellec- Baxter and Bardstown road; Burr tuals." Emotion was visible when M. Overton, Third and Av.ery; B. he spoke of the love the Gael has and W. Imorde, Third and Ormsby; Leo W. Goss, Jefferson and Shelby; for his native land and kin. The Rev. Father Gausepohl dwelt Thomas E. Tarpy, CO 3 West Marupon tho generosity of the Irish and ket; Johil L. Gruber, 436 North Rogers Church Book their motto, "Meum et Tuum" Twenty-eight("What is Mine Is Thine"). Ho de- - Company, 129 South Fourth; Mrs. 919 West clared that no true Irishman could William G. Davies, Henry A. Wolf, 181 be a tyrant; that he had the cour- Twenty-eightage of a lion and the heart of a Bellaire; Miss Rose Burgy, 1700 child, and that only a Jong series Magazine; Louis Fossee, 3G04 Rudd of cruelties had goaded the martyrs avenue; George J. Butler, Twenty-firy and Portland: Into revolt for the land they loved 3021 South better than life; for the land for Hardware Company, which they so eloquently pleaded. Fourth. t The speaker expressed the hope that OARHOLLTON. God will heal the wounds and will uplift those who are crushed by The handsome new St. John's sorrow, and said that men like Pearse, McDonagh, Plunkett and church nt CarrnlUnn will ho HoHI- cateu tomorrow with great and imothers will live as immortals. In concluding he expressed tho hope pressive ceremony and will be a that God would bless Ireland, which memorable day" for the Catholics of was always civilized and never bar- that city. Rev. Father Haffen and the congregation extend a cordial barian, and reward her patriots. The impressive ceremonies ended invitation to all to be present at with prayers for peace by the tho celebration. Tho ceremonies priests and the congregation. As will begin with the blessing' of tho the Bishop and priests filed out in church by Right Rev. Bishop Bros-saat 9; 30 In the morning, folslow procession, "Forget Not tho Field Where They Perished" was lowed by a Lovltlcal high mass, to played on the organ, followed by be celebrated by one of the visiting the marching song of the Irish Vol- priests, assisted by deacon, and master of coremonies. unteers, Thomas Davis' "A Nation Rev. C. Brockhaus, of Cincinnati, Once Again." Flowers were vsent to the church an eloquent member of the Francisby James Thompson, of Anchorage, can order, will deliver the sermon. as a mark of special sympathy. The ceremonies of the day will close These flowers grew from seeds im- with, solemn vespers and benediction at 7:30 in the evening, when all ported from Ireland. The music of the mass was fur- - present will join in singing tho Te nlshed by a choir of thirty voices, Deum. under tho direction of Mrs. Fred LOWEST 11ECORD. Harig, the organist. Mrs. E. Bu- .sath sang Randegger's "Aye Maria." The number of emigrants from STILTj OUR DUTY. Ireland in 1915 was the lowest on record, being 10,792 (6,671 men The Philippines yet remain a and 4,121 women), and showing a 9,655 as compared with point of intense responsibility to decrease of the Catholics of America. Because 1914. Of the men 6,567 and of of the governmental action of the the women 4, 092'. were 'natives of United States, it has beoome the Ireland. Since 1851 4,309,300 naduty of American Catholics to tives of Ireland emigrated, the total maintain a friendly interest in the emigration being 4,359,636 in that future of the .church in the PhllT period. sub-deaco- Democratic Campaign Committee Should Warn Papers of Unwise Policy. THE LOCAL SCHOOL ELECTION Meln-rad- INQUIRY Into Causes of the Irish Itehelliou Proceeds Slowly at Dublin. The' Correspondent Sent to Ire land Last Slay Has .lust Itcturned. Vatched Carefully the Proceed ings of the British Government Officials. Sinn Feiners and members of the populace have been wounded ami removed to hospitals during the past forty-eighours. A number of the County Cavan revolutionists have been arrested and deported to English detention camps to await trial. Martial Jaw Is still being enforced with increased severity. . RECENT DEATHS. ht SCATHING Keply of Irish Bishop of Limerick . . ..VA iu iiiuunii wuiiULtki jxiiuhui Maxwell. ,,....,, Hen-nessy- s, Monday morning the funeral of John M. Lyden was held from St. John's church and was .attended by many mourning friends. Deceased was the son of Ella and the late Martin Lyden and was, twenty-fou- r years old. He' resided with his mother at 720 East Washington street. Ifefers to Brutal Slaughter of Irlsli Revolutionists By .Maxwell's Orders. Calla-han- B, SEEKING OFFICIAL SCAPEGOATS The remains , of Mrs. Nancy J. Says Regime One of "Worst and Sans, who died at the residence of Blahcst In the History or 3822 her son, Lawrence Sans, Ireland. Southern Parkway, were taken to Bowling Green on Monday, and Tuesday morning the funeral was held from St. Joseph's church', Rev. Father Hayes Jcelebratlng the re- MAXWELL COMPLAINS OF PRIESTS quiem mass. , M d's 'place f rom'" church Monday morning at 9 o'clock with a requiem mass. The deceased had only been , ill a short time, his death resulting from nephritis. He resided at 730 West St. Catherine street and is survived by his wife, who was Miss Annie StrLTnrtB-Bxrr-tran- sub-deaco- n, Irlsli I'reSs News Service. Our correspondent, who was sent to Ireland in early May, has Just returned. He watched carefully the proceedings of the British Government's official Inquiry at Dublin and sums up the results so far of the Investigation as follows: "The Inquiry into the causes of the rebellion proceeds slowly and seems to have turned in the direction of finding official scapegoats In Dublin Castle, who- - after a time will be retired to the pension list. Summing up the evidence so far taken, there is no doubt but the revolution was precipitated by the plan of the military authorities to imprison the leaders of the Irish The June'raLtgCHumphrey O'Con-neirtoo- kf Kelly. The funeral of Charles L. 1221 South Brook street, was held Tuesday morning from St. Louis Bertrand church. For ye"ars he had been associated with the , Lor-en- z, h; h; st Heick-Shelle- rt sub-deac- on survived by his widow, a son, Carl, and four daughters, Mrs. Herbert Guthrie and Misses Stella, May army, Belle and Marguerite. Volunteers and tho citizens' the latter being trades unionists of Dublin and other Irish cities. Mrs.Margaret Bowen Newman, "On Easter Saturday, the Govern- a lady held In high esteem by a ment had decided to arrest leaders wide circle of friends and acof tho Irish Volunteers and Sinn quaintances, died Sunday morning Fein leaders. On Easter Sunday at her home, 108 EaBt Jacob street. the Lord Lieutenant had decided to The remains were taken to Frank- raid Liberty Hall with the aid of fort, the funeral being artillery and to blow up the build- day morning from the held Tues Church of were ing ft resistance offered. jtho Shepherd. Mrs. Liberty Hall was the headquarters was Good In Ireland sixty-si- x Newman years born of the citizens' army, composed en- ago. but had spent the greater part tirely of labor unionists and the of her life In Frankfort. Besides Irish Volunteers. The constabulary, "her husband she Is survived by with tho aid of the military, three spns, Thomas, William and planned to arrest all the leaders John Newman, and five daughters simultaneously. Sunday night the Misses Anna, Catherine, Nora and "On Easter Maggie Newman and Sister Leona, authorities decided to arrest on the of the Sisters of Charity of Nazfollowing day and to deport by special steamer to prisons in Eng- areth. land all of the important Irish MOONLIGHT EXCURSION. Volunteer and Sinn Fein leaders in Ireland, as well as tho active Mackln Council, V. M. I., noted members of the Dublin transport for tho excellence of Its social af workers. "Before these arrests could be fairs, has arranged for a moonlight made the Republicans gathered in excursion next Tuesday night on force to resist and their uprising tho Homer Smith, and from present took place at noon on Easter Mon- Indications will carry one of the day, the leaders having bedn ad- banner crowds of the season. The vised in time of the decision of the music will he rendered by the an enGovernment above referred to, and Saxaphorie Orchestra and been prethey determined to get in the first joyableby programme has pared Chairman W. A. Link and blow. Seb "Our corresDondent renorts that President leave O. Hubbuch. The the foot of Fourth for once in the history o'f tho Irish boat will at 8:16 sharp, in rebellion the evidence shows that street to riiako all the returning car street there were no spies or informers time in the ranks of the leaders of the transfers. Irish Volunteers the citizens army DOUI1LE WEDDING. or the Sinn Fein forces in Dublin or elsewhere in Ireland. The SecA double wedding ceremony was retary for Ireland, Mr. Blrrell, and Lord Lieutenant Wlmborne testified performed at St. Charles' Borromeo that the British Government had church Wednesday afternoon, when been unable to secure any informa- Miss Eleonora B. Klotz and Kelly tion from tho inner circles of the F. Miles and Miss Emma J. Klotz and Peter J. Eschmann were marIrish Republican leaders. "The number of rebels imprisoned ried by the Rev. Father Charles by the Rev, in England and Ireland as of June P. Raffo, assisted Miss Father Seraphim Schlang. 4 is not less than 2,900. Tho number of arrests during the past Esther Smith and Curtis W. Miles month is larger than the number were attendants for the first couplo of prisoners released. Our re- and Mss Gertrude Klotz and Anporter has returned to Dublin to thony Eschmann for tho second. report in detail on the frightful After the ceremony a dinner waB condition of misery and poverty served at the residence of the paramong the ents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. which he observed civilian, population. The country is Peter Klotz, 2631 West Madison street. All are popular young people still under martial law." of the West End. Irish Press News Service. DOMINICAN . SISTERS VISIT. Dublin, June 20. Cipher dispatches from Dublin received today Sister Dolorita, of the Dominican state that a number of riots are order and stationed in Boston, Is taking place between the Sinn here on a visit to her parents, Mr. Feiners, Irish Volunteers, citizens and Mrs. T. O'Sulllvan, of South Republican army and British forces. Seventh street. Sister Mary J?lu, A great many arrests have been of Memphis,; was also here this week made and a large number of both on a visit o relatives. - Wedeklnd Grocery Company. He Is Durlng""TlTe decent Irish "rebellion' it was reported that many priests In Counties Clare, Cork, Limerick and Galway aided and advised the revolutionists to such extent that Gen. Sir John Maxwell, who has been made dictator in Ireland, sent a letter to Right Rev. Edward T. O'Dwyer, Bishop of Limerick, to suppress the activity of the priests and named two whom he accused of this activity. Maxwell is known as "liutcner Maxwell" Decause or nis ciuel and inhuman treatment of captured revolutionists, and Is tho same General who was removed from tho front In France because of Incompetency and a series of blunders. Ho was sent to Ireland by the English Government because he is a second edition of Oliver Cromwell and could be depended upon to carry out John Bull's dirty work. Take note of tho scathing reply of Bishop O'Dwyer to the Impertinent letter of Maxwell's and the reference to the slaughter of unarmed men: In his first letter to. tho Bishop Maxwell wrote: I have the honor to request Your In a matter Lordship's present deconnected with the plorable situation In Ireland, the settlement of which I am confident you desire no less keenly than I do. There are two priests In your and of diocese, Fathor , County Llm- . of Father erlck, whose presence In that neigh borhood I consider to be a dangerous menace to the peace and safety of the realm. been laymen Had these priests they would have already been under arrest. In this case I would be glad If Your Lordship would obviate the necessity for such action by moving these priests to sucli emplby-meas will deny them having intercourse with the people, and inform me of your decision. To this the Bishop's Secretary replied, saying that the Bishop considered tho action suggested a very which severe punishment, the Bishop had no right to inflict on except on a definite these priests charge, supported by evidence. If this was forthcoming the Bishop would, Investigate the matter. Maxwell then wrote and gave tho following patrlculars: has been reported as Father on November 14, 1915, speaking in against conscriphis church at tion. a He Is said to have attended lecture by P. H. Pearso on "The Irish Volunteers of '82," and blessed the colors of tho Irish Volunteers -nt at January 2, 1916, also speaking at a meeting at on on March 17, 1916. Is said to have been Father active with a cortaln E. Blythe, organizing Irish Volunteers. In November, 1915, ho got printed a large number of leaflets appealing to young men of the Gaelic Athletic Association to Join the Irish , Volunteers. He is said to be President of the . and Irish Volunteers at He is said to have been present at , the Irish Volunteer meeting at when a certain John McDermott delivered' inflammatory and seditious speeches on March 17, 1916. If these reports be true, Jt should not be necessary for me to make. 'a favorite of the Goddess of Fortune and blessed with proverbial luck. The writer as a Democrat and viewing the situation from an unbiased standpoint, not see even a slight chance for Wilson's success In November with everything in normal shape, and that his chance of beating Hughes, the choice of the united Progressive and Republican parties, was one in a hundred. This can be accounted for easily enough. definite charges, supported by evidence, against these priests, who, I The warning of Americans to stay imagine, will not deny their par- out of Mexico while the failure to ticipation in the Irish Volunteer warn Americans to stay off of ships movement, which has led to such carrying ammunition for the Allies was one, and this first reason deplorable events all over Ireland. It should not be difficult for Your alienated tho vote Lordship, under such disciplinary and its sympathizers. Tho second power as you possess, to prevent at and most Injurious causo to reany rate priests from mixing up election wns his conduct of Mexican with and inciting their flock to affairs, and in this he blundered Join an organization such as the horribly, as present events now His failure to compel or Irish Volunteers have proved them- prove. even ask his pets, Villa and selves to be. to stop the outrages of nuns The Bishop, so far from invesand persecution of priests was most tigating, replied as follows: grievous, and to add to that misI have read carefully your allegaand Rev. take, he classed the clergymen and tions against Rev. higher authorities of the Catholic , but do not see In them any Justification for disciplinary action church as "liars" when they presented the facts as to conditions in on my part. They are both excellent priests, Mexico, never making one effort in who hold strong views, but I do not behalf of religious liberty. This know that they have violated any Insult cost him the support of Catholics everywhere. law, civil or ecclesiastical. Now this is where the proverbial You appealed to me to help you In the furtherance of your work as Wilson luck breaks in. With war military dictator of Ireland. Even In sight and of several months' if action of this kind was not out- duration at the shortest, the Ameriside my province, the events of the can people will bo prone to follow past few weeks would mako it im- precedent and support the President possible for me to have any part during tho progress of strife. Rein proceedings which I regard as gardless of their feelings and griev ances ine puunc will support hji wantonly cruel and oppressive. ""YoiPremember thtr Jamesons aid; In a great majority. andthat tM when a number of buccaneers . In- Is true Is already shown bv tlTP vaded a friendly State and fought attitude of the local Republican or the forces of the lawful Govern- gan, which is but a duplicate of ment. If ever men deserved the Republican press sentiment else-- " supreme punishment It was they, where. The Herald Insinuates that but officially and unofficially the it is a game of politics the Presi-Influence of the British Government dent is playing by preparing for was used to save them, and It suc- war with Mexico and accuses him of playing to the galleries. Despite ceeded. , You took care that no plea for this wall and whether it is justified mercy should interpose on behalf or not Wilson's chances of are a 100 per cent, brighter 0f the poor young fellows who sur The and many of the voters who do not rendered to you in Dublin. first information which wo got of admire him or his policies will bo their fate was the announcement found supporting him in November that they had been shot In cold If tho war is on. And among that support will be found Blood. Personally, I regard your action and othwith horror, and I believe that it ers of the hyphenated brand, whom he attempted to ostracize, but who has outraged the conscience of the country. The deportment by hun- are Americans first, as is proven dreds, and even thousands, of poor by the dally publication of the refellows without trial of any kind cruits offering their services to seems to me an abuse of power as their country, these lists bristling fatuous as it. is arbitrary, and alto- with hyphenated names. Now that tho State Democratic gether your regime has been one of the worst and blackest chapters Committee is organized and preparIn the history of tho government of ing for tho November election the attention of Chairman Cantrlll and this country. I have the honor to be, your his associates should bo called to ' the attitude of some of the Demoobedient servant, cratic press throughout the State, EDWARD THOMAS, l, Bishop of Limorlck. of which the Times and Post here are examples. Hardly a day passes but these papers conPRIEST'S JUBILEE. tain matter that is serving to alienvoto from Tho silver jubilee of the Rev. ate tho Democratic party, not only In Fathe Victor O'Danlel, O. P., was the coming election celebrated Tuesday at St. Rose the come. This dallybut in elections to hammering of church, Springfield, with fitting Hughes being the Kaiser's candidate sung and continual daring of tho Gerceremonies. High mass was by Fathor O'Danlel, with Fathers mans to support him as a unit will Flood and Durkln as deacon and have this effect. In the aggregate subdeacon respectively. Tho Jubi the n voto throughlee sermon was preached by tho out tho United States is 75 or 80 Rev. Father Christmas, Prior of St. per cent. Republican, but in this Rose. At the conclusion of the section has always been loyal to services at the church the congrethe Democratic party and candigation and the many visiting cler- dates, and especially right liero in gymen and friends in attendance Louisville, whore Kentucky depends repaired to tho sodality room, for its big majorities, the ticket is where Father O'Danlel was pre saved in close elections, as was tho sented with twenty-fiv- e silver dol- case last year. Now if this policy lars, the presentation speech being Is persisted in it will mean tho made by John A. Polln. The Jubilee defeat of Sherley in this district service was attended by a number sure and tho loss of the ticket of priests from towns of Central throughout the State. Kentucky. A citizen inquires of tho Ken tucky Irish American In regard to( ADVANCE GAELIC STUDIES. the coming election of two mem bers of tho Board of Education: Fellowship Club of "Judging from tho tone of the The Irish Chicago has established at the Uni- statements Issued In behalf of tho versity of Illinois the Irish Fellow- present Board of Education the peoship foundation for the promotion ple are required to support, but are of an Intorest In Gaelic studies. It not allowed to select." Tho correhas made an appropriation of $1,200 spondent aptly expresses the opinfor the support of this foundation ion of many just now, and as has for tho academic year 1916-1The been stated in these columns beUniversity of Illinois will probably fore. The people as a whole are appoint J. H. Lloyd, of Dublin, for- tired of having candidates selected mer Secretary of the Gaelic So- for them by a choice few, this beciety, to carry on the work of re- ing in direct opposition to the search Into Gaelic history and principles of democracy, and it is literature on this foundation during hardly necessary to add that canthe coming year. Mr. Lloyd Is a didates as selected in the past few distinguished scholar In tho field of years will first bow to the wishes Irish language, literature and his- of the few who selected them and, tory. This foundation is tho Imme- obey last the people to whom they diate result of a presentation of tho should be responsible. Then again cause of Irish history and llteraturo there is a splendid opportunity for by President E. J. James and Dr. me upouiiaing or a political maGertrude Schoepperle at a recent chine with truant officers, janitors', meeting of the 'Irish Fellowship teachers, etc., who must first of all Club in Chicago. Justice John P, obey their bosses. As an Instance. Rvan. the last truant officer chosen by McGoortv is its President. Twompy Recording Secretary,., and, I the board is an active ward poll James O'Shaughnessy Corresponding tlclan and one of the prime leaders ! qf Secretary. the Axtoa Bull Moose faction. is co-ai- From a political view the threatwar again emphasizes what has often been said of President ened Woodrow Wilson, that ho German-Americ- an Car-ranz- a, . German-American- s, Irish-America- Courier-Journa- German-Americ- an German-America- 7. 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SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1916. and bring the Irish (Parliamentnbout a repeal of the act as soon as On the Tories come into power. the other hand, by excluding Ulster the Irish Parliament will be enabled to apply itself to the betterment of the people within Its jurisdiction, unhampered by vexatious questions. But what will exclusion mean for Ulster? It will mean that her be wni banking institutions obliged to retire from a profitable southern field; It will mean that her great wholesale institutions will look in vain for orders from the south which accounted for 70 per cent, of their business; it will mean that her manufacturers will be obliged, to build factories In the south to save themselves from ruin and so ou. Tho Ulster Union easily con Ut stomach is more vinced if properly appealed to than the thinking part of his anatomy, and hence 4t Is safe to predict that within a very few years ho will clamor more loudly for inclusion within the ambit of homo rule than he Is clamoring now for exclusion. Tho exclusion of Ulster, however much against the grain it may be, Is not therefore to be re calamity garded as a national Rather does It seem to be dictated wisdom, by the truest political since It is the one means of bring ing Ulster into lino with the rest of Ireland by her own volition. LITTLK TO CHOOSE. I Every American, native or is for "Americanism," if is understood to Americanism by be loyal to this country as against any all the world or as against country. individual To the mind of the Indiana Cathwas olic the cry "America First" an insult to the citizenship or. me United States, for it was presuming that there were Americans who were nqt for America first. There has been too much nonsense talked on the subject, too much suspicion stirred up and the loudest shouters or the slogan have put themselves An American or under suspicion. extraction may shudder at German the thought of Germany and tho United States going to war and ho may do all in his power to prevent such a war between the Republic Does that and the Fatherland. mean that if war came he would be false to the United States? A man of Irish blood may want to help Ireland to liberty. Does that mean that he would put the Interests of the United States behind those of Ireland? The only danger to Americanism is from the real foreign garrison here, th'e American Tories and lthe unnaturalized English and their money. They were against the United States In three critical Junctures the Revolution, the time of the Hartford convention or conspiracy for the secession of New England to Canada, and during tho civil war. Those are the All else foes of "Americanism." are true to tho Stars and Stripes and all that the flag stands for. This is' borne out by the enlistments now taking place everywhere throughout the country. foreign-born, Iff ffSl Jjf h&J ' For the Kitchen, Porch and Lawn $12.00 Hammocks $9.50 Porch Hammocks of heavy Lawn Swings $3.50 Swings, Lawn made of selected hardwood, free from knots or imperfection. BEATS ALL wO.'flXG EVENTS. THE SPORTS. I of and the late Frank Magulre, South Louisville, and the groom Is June 29 Euchre and lotto of chef at Seelbach's Hotel. Their friends Hibernian Social Club In A. 0. H. manyprosperity. wish them happiness and Hall, evening 'only. 5H Tnnn Mnnnlicht excursion. Miss Add L. Morltz entertained given by Columbia Athletic Club on with a delightful dance for her steamer Homer Smith. beguest, juiy 4 Annual orphans' picnic on fore herMiss Isabelle" Krnusen, In departure for her home grounds. St. Vincent's Evansvllle. The decorations were July 10 Picnic of St. Louis white and yellow and the guetss Bertrand's church at Fern Grove. . numbered twenty-fou9 Lawn fete and dlu-nJuly d Miss Canie Vernla and Hugh for Holy CroBs church, Grossman, popular in New Albany and Broadway. surprised their July 2C Picnic of St. Ann's society circles, friends by being quietly married church at Spring Bank Park. July 27 Picnic or St. Leo's Saturday evening at Holy Trinity church, Thornberry's Giove, after- rectory, Rev. Father Charles Curran performing the ceremony. noon and evening. July 30 Exsursion to Jasper, Prof. Anthony Molengraft and of Catholic Ind., under auspices wife were called to Greenfield, Knights of America. Ohio, on Tuesday tq attend the funeral of Mis. Molengratt's mother, who Mrs. Josephine Michalowskl, lived there with her son, Rev. Father Joseph Michalowskl. r. 18-1er Army Duck, with steel frame, and spring nnd cotton top mattress. These have reclining head rest and back .rest, adjustable to either side. They can bo purchased with frame, if wished. Lawn Mowers $2.50 lowers, with Lawn open wheel and three kuives. 16-inc- Folding Chairs 69c Folding Lawn Chairs, with arms, canvas seat and back. Lawn Benches 69c Folding Lawn Benches, 3V feet long, painted nnd varnished. Hardwood $3.50 Irons $2.19 Special Sale of Gen- h Hoso Reels 59c Hardwood Hose Reels, with capacity for 100 feet of hose. Thirty-secon- FOR TENNIS shape Tennis Racquets, extra strung 08c , Oval Oil Stoves New Perfection Oil Cooking Stoves, are smokeless and odorless specially priced in this sale: S 7.05 8.05 Garden Hoso $4.75 A special offering of guaran50 feet, teed Garden Hose, with hose reel and eral Electric and Hot Point Electric Irons. Toasters at 98o Westinghouse tric Toasters, plete with Eleccom- combination nozzle. brass Clark $21.00 Stoves $14.00 Stoves, Gas Jewel with 16 - lnch oven and broiler attachment. 12.85, cord. Hot Plates 98c Gas Hot Plates, with improved burner. Hardwood Cases, Racquet which prevent 10c SOGIETY. warping Cookers $15.00 Duplex Durham Fireless Cookers, lined throughout with pure aluminum. Have three aluminum cooking vessels. C3SSSSSMC8SSSSa8SSD Miss Josephine Tierney left this week for California. Miss Bezzle Hannan has returned from a visit to Chicago. Mrs. M. J. McClusky lelatives and fi lends in Is visiting SU Louis. CItAAVL IX. HOLE. ' fcur little . . . i. ' ,r Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Barry Newspapers have been publishing and son Thomas, of Beechmont, have various interpretations of the re- week. been visiting in Detroit this on dances for church cent decree purposes. Most of these have no Miss Frances C. Simpson spent meaning whatever. The decree last week in New York, where she " Parishes was entertained by Mrs. F. G. itself is plain enough. can not give balls to increase par Burke. Ish revenues. Catholic societies nre Miss Louise Gary, left last week placed under no restilction in this to visit her brother, Jack Gary, of Bed-foirespect. It is the parish dance that the Southeastern railway, at Ind.. is forbidden, and the presence of a priest at any ball is Interdicted Mrs. John Hagan has returned ULSTER. AND THE FUTURE. That is the only new feature of the to New Haven after spending a legislation as it applies to the week with her parents, Mr. and We have been so accustomed to Mrs. Robert Peake. regard Ireland as a political whole United States. The Young Ladies' Sodality" of that tho proposal to St. Louis Bertrand's church had an THEV WON'T. an English y within Us boundaries outing at the Pastime Boat-- " want Ing Club Wednesday. Palo outrages our national feelings Some English to and takes our national pride down Cardinal Logue,. of Ireland, Miss Marie Maloney will leave not one peg but many, writes tho excommunicate Catholic Sinn Fein July 3 to spend a month in Buffalo, editor of the New York Advocate. ers, and an English officer has where she will be the guest of Mr. An Ireland divided has never fig- requested another Bishop to diselp and Mrs. Fay Beatty. ured in our dreams of national line two priest who were in Misses Nanno and Katherlne Coleprogress. It Is foreign to our Ideals volved rebellion man left this week to spend the in tho recent of liberty. As a matter of historical Needless to say the Bishop has summer in the Blue Ridge Mounfact, however, Ireland never was refused. Nor will the Cardinal act. tains in Pennsylvania. a nation in the modern sense, in Persops who pr.each most about Miss Add Morltz has been enterasmuch as it never achieved a mixing religion with politics are the taining Miss Isabella Klausen, of all its first to request it when the mixing Evnnsvllle, in whose honor several of close political union social functions wore pleasant Even in her palmiest would bo to their liking. provinces. given. Ardrigh was in reality days her but tho King of Culge Midhe, his BOUQUETS FOR FOSTER. The marriage or Miss Mayme J. supreme kingship having no more Shea, daughter 'of Mrs Catherine A. It Is seldom if ever that a penal Shea, and Walter B. Brale, or Willthan a sentimental value. Tho Institution proves an advertisement iamson, W. Va., will take place other Kings were .supreme In their the educa- next Wednesday. own domain and often made war to a community, but and instructive reforms inMonday the Stork visited the from the tional on and exacted tribute the regime of West End and left a pretty baby which troduced under The patriotism Ardrigh. home of Mr. and Mrs. girl at regards Ireland as a political unit Jailer Charles Foster has attracted Thomas the Sheehan, 1705 Balrd street. much favorable attention to Louis- She wlll'bo named Mary Rosalie. was unknown in those days and Jailer Foster has lienco the Irish Kings and Princes ville's bastile. Everett Glldehaus, who has been readily acknowledged Henry the proven to be tho right man for the visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ireland" be- place, Second as "Lord of Ben GIldehauB, in New Albany, Has cause the title meant nothing to returned to Newcastle, Pa., where Sixty-nint- h Irish The gallant he Is manager of a department them, while It left them masters of The people Infantry, that has won fame on store. their own territories. did not look upon themselves as many battlefields in defense of the Sergeant Mike Cross, of the Seccitizens of Ireland, but as citizens United Stntes, was the first to, enter ond polico district, has announced to President the engagement of his daughter, of tho several Independent States, camp in response Murrell B. geographical division Wilson's order calling out the New Miss Mabel, to the weddingBambach. ia a certain has not The date for of tho earth called Ireland. It Is York State troopB for service on yet been set. Ire- the Mexican border. to this lamentable fact that Tho marriage of Leo C, Kreba and land's long martyrdom is due. We . You can not possibly Invest a Miss Pansy C. Klnton will take can not therefore appeal to our to better advantage than in place here next Thursday. The or history for arguments against the dollar or is a a year's subscription to the Ken- groomHaven, son Is Mike Krebs, quite a promand New . proposed dividing of Ireland Into tucky Irish American. inent young man. two parts. Now while every fibre of our being revolts against the Every Catholic man ought to beCharles P. Tlghe and Miss Anna division, at the same time let us long to a Catholic society. It will Moser were married Wednesday try to consider the proposal from benefit him In a hundred and one morning at St. Mary's church, New Albany, Rev. Father Seibertz perthe viewpoint of practical politics. ways. forming the ceremonv and celebrat course we mean Ulster, by which of ing the nuptial mass. TfirfoaUt Ulster, ia at present vio Let not politics excite you nor Miss Rav Maculre and Albert lently opposed to home rule. It the arguments pro and con disturb Sauer were quietly married at St. rule be forced upon her It you. , home John's rectory Wednesday' evening will mean an era of turmoil and at 8 o'elock, Rev. Father Schuh-man- n iwtrfnrmlne the ceremony. The Carranut and his minions should obstruction, whleh very probably ' bride is a daughter of Mrs. Rachel) would ultimately result in wrecking have ben, whipped long ago. d, antl-Cathol- lc all-dacs r. wuu aiiucuuy ...111. miw. Order, Guardians of Tho Junior liberty and other kindred patriots (?), who have been frantically waving the American flag and posing as our country's only defenders, have been conspicuous at flag raisings, parades, etc., and always led In tho singing of our national airs. But now In time of enlistments and recruiting they can not bo found with a search warrant, but the strangest fact of all Is that one wonders why they don't jump at tho Idea of fighting a Catholic country, 'especially when their rabid sentiment Is wind that good will now be" demonstrated It's, an HI blows no one In IfAwllin . It is probable that "American ism" (in a political sense) will be ogitated In tho coming campaign as never before. There is evidently a desire on the part of some Demo cratic leaders to make an issue of It. But there Is little to choose between the two parties on that score. Mr. Hughes says that his Americanism is "undiluted," which is almost up to the standard of Col. Roosevelt. Probably there will be different markings to distinguish the different grades of Americanism It,, is all very ridiculous and only politicians fall to grasp tho humor of It. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller have been visiting l datives at Mitchell, Ind. Raymond C. Lenihan Is In ver, where he will remain for el nl months. DenBev- Col. Matt Winn was in New Yoik last week looking over the Eastern racing situation. Miss Helen Is In Madison, FEATURE THAT APPLIES. visit of several weeks. Flnnegan, of Ind., for a Jeffer-sonvlll- e, ' Miss Lucille Welleman was the guest of a five hundred party In honor of her return from St. CathAmong those erine's Academy. OF (MMBIIS present were Misses Mary E. Gorman, Margaret Lucey, Nora Kala- her, Catherine Thompson, Catherine Kalaher; Mrs. R. A. Rltter, and Late News That Will Interest William S. Fortwengler, Messrs. Members Here and ElsePhillip J. Kohler, Ray I. Kalaher. where. John Wentzel, William Fallon, Val Fallon. Five councils have candidates for BRILLIANT NUPTIALS. the district initiation at Alexandria, One of the most brilliant of tho Ind. The New York State Council June weddings was that of Miss JXJJNTE) Virginia Murphy and Oscar A. will send nine delegates to 'the -- Bucharl, which was solemnized Davenport convention. STEMER HOMER SMITH. Wednesday morning at the CatheYork, Neb., has had its third dral, Rev. Father Rock performing initiation, conferring Knighthood Boat Leaves Fourth Street at 8:15 P. M. the ceremony and ceelbratlng the upon forty-fiv- e candidates. nuptial mass. The wedding march Joseph Tumulty, Secretary to was led by tho ushers, Messrs. Rob- President Wilson, has been received ert T. Burke, Joseph McNamara, into the order at Washington. William Sandmann nnd Francs Forty-fiv- e were put through at The bride was given in Ansbach. VAUDEVILLE marriage by her father. Daniel F. the joint initiation or Elkhart and DANCING Murphy. Mrs. Joseph Donahue, of Laporte councils at Elkhart, Ind. The danco of Louisville Council DAILY FREE BAND CONCERTS South Bend, was matron of honor, and Edward BiicharJ was best man. set for next Tuesday evening at ADMISSION TO PARK Little Miss Mary Dennis Murphy, Sennlng's Park has been called off. a cousin of the bride, was Tomorrow will be Catholic day Afternoon Tree. After 0 F. M. 10c. She wore a dainty lingerie in San Mateo, Cal., when the major NOTE Coupon given with sato ticket dress over pink and carried a little degree will be conferred on a large Kooil for admission to theater or dance pavilion. " French bouquet of tiny pink rose- class. THE BIO SANITARY buds and corn flowers. The bride tho A class of forty was given was beautifully gowned In white degrees at Longmont, Col., the S W I M M SI I N G tulle and real Irish lace. Her, train eventful day closing with a splenor tulle was caught with rosebuds did banquet. NOW OPEN of satin. The biidal veil was held June 11 was a gala day for MULLOY'S COFFEE in place by a wreath or orange blos- Knighthbod in Western Kansas, soms nnd she carried a French bou- councils being Instituted at Oberlin PHOENIX HILL PARK Is tbe best coffee value offered. quet. Her only ornament was a pearl pin, the gift of the groom. and Herndon. Knights' If you want a delicious, inexpenvoted Michigan sive coffee, After the ceremony a wedding $25,000 for the erection havea chapel of Open For the Season. breakfast was served to the imme and club house for Catholic stuTRY OU- Ror the bridal couple diate families at the home or the bride's parents dents at the University or Michigan. NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR or Knights .Columbus The in Windsor Place. Immediately after 65C the breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Bucharl Dramatic Club of Vlcksburg has 2 1.3 Lbs. left for an Eastern bridal trip. They made a decided hit and the public Special rebate ticket good for will be at home after August 1 awaits with eagerness Its further 10c in trade with 2 M lbs. of efforts. at Cherokee Plaza. New Blend. Brooklyn Knights condemn Mayor Mltchel ror assailing Very Rev. ST. XAVIER'S. JOHN M. MULLOY, Mons. Dunn, and declare the forXavler'8 College Auditorium mer's statements unjust and unSt 212 West Market. This beautirul Park has been was taxed to its capacity Wednes- truthful. furnished in tho greatly improved and isthroughout." Theie were sixty-eigday and Thursday nights to witness the graduating exercises. This year's class just received into the order with perrect equipment class was tho largest In the history at Green Bay, Wis. ' Supreme Di- Societies and parties should consult QUALITY IMPORTED. or the college. Bishop O'Donag-hu- o rector John Martin presided at tho tho management or Phoenix Hill BEST before closing contracts. many of the clergy were evening banquet. and HARRY DECKER, present and assisted in the distriAltnr, Alb and Surplice Lace at Peter Collins has closed his Col Assistant Manager. reasonabi price. bution or the honors. orado lecture tour. At Sterling he was introduced by J. A. Sexson, a We 'would appreciate a visit from prominent Mason and Superin "As Ner to You as tbe f Nearest Phone' yon when ia tba market for theseCLOSING EXERCISES. tendent or the public schools and goods. The closing exercises of St. the Industrial Art High School. George's school were held last Oar Special $3.00 Spray Rogers Church Goods Co. night in the school hall, Eighteenth AFTER FIFTY YEARS. Oar Special $5.00 Wreath and Standard avenue, and will be 129 S. FOURTH AVE. repeated tomorrow evening at 7:30 Firty years of service as a relargest values in FuneThe graduating with ligious came to an end Thursday Those o'clock. ral Flowers ever offeree in Peake, John when Brother Stanislaus, C. S. C, honors are Agnes Louiivlile . Kpnnapel, Walter Adams and Louis in the 'world John A. Clark, died For prompt delivery call ?23 Henehan. at Notre Dame. Deceased was born both phonei. Cut Flowers for all occasions. the In Ireland In 1838. received RECOVERING. habit on November 1, 1864, and Special attention given ontof-tow- a on was proressed at Notre Dame orders. Murphy, of 1227 East August 26, 1866. John T. a Broadway, is recovering from NEUNER CO. NEW NANZ TMi Ineoi successful operation underwent on CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY. urnta mm INCORPORATSD. Saturday at St. Anthony's Hospital. Dr. John R. Wathen performed the The Catholic University or Amer65T Fourth Ave.. Loniaville. ffy. feirth fmue Irjulnllr operation and relieved his patient ica closed its most successful year of a gallstone that weighed three last week, when degrees were preounces. From the 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere." sented 103 students. Catholic Sisters' College thirty-fou- r ORDAINS TWO PRIESTS. were presented ror degrees. Bonzano presided and Right on Rev. Thomas J. Shahan delivered Bishop Ferdinand Brossart Funeral Directors Thursday morning at St. Mary's tho address. The Summer School Cathedral, Covington, ordained to will open June 24 and close August Embalmers. the priesthood Itev. Earl Baur, or 4. The academic year opens on St. Joseph's parish, that city, and September 26, lectures beginning In xraCHti Rev. Edmund Corby, or Grand Rap-Id- all or the schools of tho university t TUsbB IBiV! , NORTON BUILDING Mich. Both were students at three days later. Seminary, Ellenora, St. Mary's N.W. Corner Fourth and Jeffers.e Ohio. FOR WOSLVN'S EYE.' HERRMANN BROS. FIRST SIASS. 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THE BEST $1, ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c $1.50, $2 HATS AT All Itia late tnd mrtvu anil Mtt be found horo at rofonabls (Hve your boy Krl. Khiiui prlcai, will prtpar aa Ut fmoAtlon tkat for lift. I investigate Our New Free Delivery Service. CAamIoU, 811 OUR ADS IN THJJ TIMBS, HSRALD AND POST. Xy. lis Conductor by tka XaverUa BroUara. , BmliMI BoimtHta pouraoa. Mrairy ifrtaMBt. E t WoU atiwteM fli MwIbubJm- W. BteftAwaarv.XMtaTine, .TTOiaBC ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE nl. HIMNm . altogether ignored. The statement deals with the formation of the new Federal Employment Bureau for Women. It gives one more evidence of the fact, which has been pointed to several times of late, that the Governmental bureaus Tare more and more becoming associated in an intimate way with private associations in the carrying on of their official On that account it is work. of quotation. "Organization of a Federal Employment Bureau for Women and Girls," It says, "one of the most impoitnnt steps over taken by the Department of Labor, has been announced, it was learned today through the Civil Service Reform Department of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, now in convention here. The Commissioner General of Immigration, A. Caniln-ettIs In New York attending to the details of the organization. At the in'itation of the Civil Servlco Reform Department ho .has made sevaral Informal speeches explaining this new department of the Mrs. Government. Kate Waller Barrett, who Is to be the qctlve head of the employment exchange, was designated by the Department of Labor to represent It In making the announcoinent .before the General Federation. This is the first time, contention officials say, that representatives or trio Federal Government, as such, have been delegated to the conyentlon of the General Federation." Tho new bureau is not only to engage In the task of finding positions for working women, but Is likewise to engage in the work of vocational guidance. The policies ot the bureau are to be, It is stated, on a thoroughly practical basis. No women are to be directed to places where labor troubles exist. No applicant for employment Is to bo advised to leave one locality unless there is definite knowledge of the conditions existing in other places. "No woman or girl should be directed to an opportunity unless the character of the place and tho employer has been established to the satisfaction of tho superintendent or other officer in charge of the division.' "In this work," it is said, Caminettl has asked the assistance and of the women of the General Federation. It bears directly upon the greater development of immigrant Americanization, he believes." It also aids In the work which the General Federation is carrying on in the interest of civil service extension. "By the establishment of this new bureau," the Chairman of the Civil Service Reform Department of the Federation said, "called the United States Employment Service, women and girls' division, vocational serv ice will be rendered not only to women and girls In the cities, but to those who are in the rural districts, to newly arrived immigrants, and women out of touch with the ways and means of the Industrial world." With the extension of the Gov ernmental work of employment thus planned commendation can only be expressed. That certain organizations, such as the General Federation of Women's Clubs, have taken1 such a vital interest In tho matter is also pleasing to note. We can not fail, however, to reiterate the warning of the necessity of watching this tendency on the part of Governmental agencies to become bo closely connected with private associations. These associations, it must be remembered, have helr own private Ideas and nhllosophy, with which the general citizenship may not agree. In the present Instance the offence may not be so iagraat in that the l, "Com-mlbsioner A statement appearing in the Sentinel Thomas Noon. New York newspapers of a few DIVISION 4. dajs ago calls renewed attention to a matter that can not be any longer Meets Second and Fourth" Mondays, Dougherty. Kalaher. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vlco President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thonias J. Langan. Recording Secretary James J. McTighe. Treasurer Sentinel Sergeant-at-Arms' M. Pat Connelly. J. McDermott. Edward Byrne. Y. HI. i LCION COUNCUj, 205. Evenings at Club Meets Monday House, 344 North S. O. Twenty-sixt-h. Schaad. Second .First President Vice Vice Hubbuch. M. President President R. F. L. Scheckler. Financial Secretary, F. Recording Secretary Buckle. G. Adams. G. W. Treasurer G. J. Thornton. Marshal Theo. Buckle. Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. Children's 17c Drawers 10c. Girsl' Princess Slips 00c to S1.50. Girls Princess Slips; made of Children's Drawers; mado of h fine quality lingerie cloth and good quality muslin ; What They Have Been Doing scco silk; neatly made and anu ciusier oi iucks; sizes z 10 iz .. the Past Week General trimmed with laco or embroidery; years; value 17c Special Mon- sizes 6 to 18 years. Special Mon- - uct 1UU News Notes. aay uuc ?i.uu Girls' 50c Gowns 30c. CliildrcnW30c Gowns 23c. Girls' Cambric Gowns; neat f Division 4 will meet next Monday,. Gowns; tucked yoke; finished Children's Cambric with evening. tucked yoke; full length and rufllo; full width and length; Sixty initiates brought the Mil2 to 10 years; value sizes 8 to 14 years; width; sizes value BOc. T waukee Auxiliary past the 300 x 39c. Monday special. .. 25c Special Monday 3flc mark. The Ohio State convention will be held In Zanesville, with a parade the first day. Pi of. Michael Rohan will again represent Wisconsin at the nah Crepo Tussah Cloth Imported tional convention. In a beautiful range of colors; Illnck and Wlilto Checks All John McKlernan and Pat Burke, specially priced for $1.10 sizes $1.50 of Division 4, are two loyal rooters for the Bertrand ball team. Foulard Tailor Suiting . Division 23 of Greenpolnt, L. I., T Crepe Just tho right weight for Plaids, stripes and checks; also will conduct an Irish village at tho spring drosses. Fifteen good col- suitable for sport coats. Special ; carnival for St. Cecilia's church. 75c for $1.50 and ors In this lot. Only $1.75 San Francisco mllltaiy circles are agog with Interest in the field day UK of the Hibernian Rifles on July 2 in Glen Park. EDW. A. AXMAN HOME PHONE CITY 3238 The Hibernian Social Club's lawn DAN J. HENNESSY euchre will bo given next Thursday evening on tho club lawn, 1818 Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. Portland avenue. Many inembeis attended tho memoiial mass for the Irish revolutionists at St. Mary Magdalen's church Tuesday morning. A largo" attendance was piesent at the meeting of Division 3 Monday evening to hear Attorney W. P. McDonough's lecture on the new wotkmen's compensation law. Ladies' Auxiliary 27, of Roxbury, UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jeffefsan S reel Mass., at its June meeting exemplified the four degtees for 100 new members. After military maneuvers m by the degree staff a sumptuous feast was served. The end man in the Beitrand mlnstiels said that the fast flying body seen coming over the river lecently wasn't a comet, but Councilman Mike McDermott coming through New Albany. The Ladles' Auxiliary of New Albany met last night in Holy Tiin-It- y Hall. Reports showed that steady piogiess was being made. The inembeis indorse their State President for the National Boaid. ! soft-finis- HIBERNIANS. 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 j ! ; l0'ij I Colored Dress Materials For Summer I 41-lnc51-inAll-wool 42-lnc- Ii All-wool 51-lnc- h All-wo- '. . tlK)MmtIIH til MIIt Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS I I DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT t t F. F. X. L. BEER "Delivery Service?" 04e DEOKIKS HUSH DEATHS. 1 bureau invites the assistance of other private agencies for its work In the case of the Bureau of Education and the Americanization Committee not even this was done. But it could certainly have been hoped that tho Commissioner General of Immigration had chosen a public channel to announce the extension of the work of this department rather than tho private means that he did make use of. The presence of a special representative in tho convention in such an intimate capacity does, in addition, indicate a very close connection between tho organization and the department The tendency in the direction Indicated Is without a doubt in existence and becoming more pronounced. Its dangers aro quite patent. We must insist that the public work be carried on by the Governmental agencies as such and that any that may be required should be general and open 1o all. We must also strongly the fact that this tendency must Nbe watched, and untched carefully. Otherwise it Is quite likely to become the opportunity for the general misuse and perversion of our Governmental departments. C. B. of C. V. SEVENTEEN ORDAINED. Cardinal Farley ordained seventeen priests and twenty-fiv- e deacons in St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City, last Saturday, being assisted by Monslgnor John P. President of St. Joseph's Seminary. The priests ordained were: J. A. Dunnigan, J. P. Ryan, H. J. Kenny, L. W, Harwood, R, R. Murphy, J. J. Klernan, M. J. Llpinski, F. J. Sullivan, J. A. McCaffrey, F. X. Scott, P. J. Barry, T. J. Dugan, J. P. Hearn, J. L. Harjey, J. A. Wilson, J. W Grunder and F. A. Ostermann. Chld-wlck, Throughout the entire country NONE BETTER NONE PURER tho people are as one in decrying the deaths of those who participated in the Dublin uprising. Tho following resolutions criticizing the English Government for its treatment of the victims, passed by the Chicago Irish Fellowship Club at j CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, Its weekly luncheon Saturday in the Hotel La Salle, are like unto those being passed everywhere: Resolved, That we abhor and detest tho criminal rule of England IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE in Ireland, and Invite the attention of tho American people to the hypocrisy and mendacity of Britain's claim as tho protector and champion of weak and smaller nations, while trampling .upon Ireland's SATISFIES THAT LONGING. liberties. Resolved, That we oxtond In this dark hour to the people of Ireland our profound sympathy and pledge INCOItPOHATED to them our support in their heroic and unceasing struggle in the cause PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KYf of Ireland's freedom, a struggle that has won for them the admiraFRA2STK tion of mankind. JOHN E. Resolved, That we shall ever cherish the memories of Patrick Pearso and his bravo compatriots, . who in dying for their country reasserted to the world Ireland's undying claim to nationality. I J ; Prompt ; Sure. " ' OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. WALTERS' PLEA FOR FAIR PLAY. Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. ofjGood Judgment. XOTIIE DASIE. One hundred and ten degrees were conferred at Notre Dame University at Its annual commencement exercises last week. The degree of doctor of laws was, conferred upon six eminent men outside of the university, among them Right Rev. Peter James Muldoon, Blsliop of Rockford; Rev. Charles P. Raffo, of Louisville; Hon. Martin Joseph Wade, of Davenport; Rev. Francisco Maria, O. P., of Ponchatoula; Rev. Philip John Gallagher, of Emlts-bur- g, and. Edward Orrin Wood, of New Yerk, member of tho Michigan Historical Society. Von Jagow, the German Secretary of State, makes the following state- TELEPHONE 2W ment in behalf of fair plav in the European war. He says that the German Government was willing to A Case pay for the' expense of impairing the cable, thus allowing tho American correspondents the true storv of tho war to our newspapers, and Englnnd flatly refused, preferring to doctor and color the news. Secretary Von Jagow said further in regard to the attitude of the American press: "When our Zeppelins attack London, which is a fortified city defended with cannon, tho American Due to the LOUISVUjIjE. KT. ,r V Order a Case mi FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, papers teem with the most vitriolic and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. articles about the 'Huns.' When the airmen of the Allies attack un- PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. protected German towns and villages, killing old women and children, there is no word of protest Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone If 13 In these papers." OTEJ HELPS THE POOH. Christian people give something to God in the person of the poor. Put a quarter, or a dollar, or a dime, or a nickel Into the poorhox every Sunday. Give according to your means, but give regularly every week as a matter of dutv. What you give to them for God's sake, you give to Him. He will Archbishop John J. Keane, of take It as If given directly to Him Dubuaue. will celebrate the fiftieth self, and He will repay you. He Is anniversary of his ordination on J a generous Master and He will not July 2. j be outdone In liberality. WIEDEMANN INCORPORATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, ' DEUSBR, Managers, Louisville, Ky. GRUBER X w JfCISITrTJOKIY IRISH AEXKEOAJNr. M"M"ll-l"llH"lAAi TWIN CITY LEAGUE POPULARITY CONTEST Help Hi ! 11 H'M-'H"1"'H-I"- M send Your Favorites in the Twin City League to this season's ;V $ -- ' "" "". ' - j 'IV'i ' i " ?" ,. ft tI 1 , ' p WORLD'S BASEBALL SERIES 10 I' ." ; iwrnDDnDftTrrl"eettBaTjBBB We Give nrJd Redeem Surety Coupons. .. "I Votes for Each Old and 20 for Each New Subscription. $1.00 Per Year. The KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN will send the Two most popular members of the Twin City Baseball League to the World's Series with i II expentes.paid. Any player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. Votes by ballot or paid subicriplion. , SANITARY COUCHES lilJgyE jt I I World's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE 'I' l iMiiCrl Special at 1 This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for Mr , Club or Position I consider the most popular member or the whom Twin City League; Knights ot Columbus B. Schulte, Folio wing Is the roster ot tho Bohan-- i Twin City Baseball League, each Melcher, Frantz, Mattlngly, r, of whom is entitled to entor the on, Ceresi, Madden, Curley, HamKenealy, Hamilton, Kentucky Irish American's World's scries contest, tho first coupon for mond, Joe Murphy, F. Weber, Clines. Mackin Council C. Eilers, Thornwhich appears In this issue: Imperials Fussenegger, Traeger, ton, Schieman, R. McGrath, Morris, Haag, Warren, Lally, L. Meisner, Davis, Bosler. Aulbach, .Murphy, Schene, Scheckler, Eschman. II. Pontrlch, E. Harrigan,s. Hafner, Conley, Larkin, McDonough. Elpers, Ohlie, Renn, Weber, Con-ner- Cronan, Atwell, Bertrands R. Haragon, L. Hara-goF. Steir, Voor, Kracmer, Finn, Westerman, Higglns, Chenoweth, McDermott. G. Burke, J. Murphy, Clifford, Polln, Sieger, OrJoles Kuebert, Weber, K. Pfafflnger, C. Wober, E. Hlnes, Russ, House, Meagher, Carr Pfafllnger, Soeder, Koehler, Loeffler, nev, Fitzgerald, Bloemer, C. Flynn. Olvmpics J. Murphy, Lovett, Dal-toWIedmeir, McCabo, Baumgarten, "Fries, M. Logan, J. Deckon, Schmoctzer, Reiter. Willinghurst, Schott, J. Hogan, Temberley, Ches- Chester, Mclntyre. J. Scully, E Flynn, Henry. O'Laughlln, Finneter, KUIoran. Bos-meyeEd-ele- n, n, iKAiHtalNf .$0& 5U' Regular Price $3.50, ' r ftytilli1 in i mwnmmmmamiiaaammmmKmmtnamKU i $2.98 This is one of the specials in our June Furniture Sale and is a most convenient thing to have about the house. Being entirely of metal it is absolutely sanitary. It has a smooth mattress fabric, supported by heavy steel springs and opens out to a double bed. Ihese Couches are famous for a good night's sleep during the summer months p. i n, HHtHtH4!W't'IH)l!H"H'l'tttilH'Wl8tlM M PHOTOGRAPH OF GERMAN TRANSATLANTIC SUBMARINE. gan, T. Scully, W. Murphy, J. MurAccotdlng to information from a leliable source just recehed, New-Yorphy, C. Voss, O. KHer. Is about to witness the arrival of a German transatlantic subwhich Is due merchantman. The Trinity Council Shadburn, marine carry ten passengers, undersea boat, and a cargo ofhero about July 4, chemicals valGerman mall Moore, Kaiser, Bosler, Bluel, uedwill $20,000,000. at Sprunk, Donnelly, Sandman, D. Cummlngs, B. Cummlncs, Hagner, Branagan, J. Carraro, W. Stammet-man- , TWIX C1TV IiKACUJK. Schwind, Neumeyer. The happiest man in these parts Champs Hack, Trager, Gill Brownfield, Ott, Lleber, N. Murphy, last Sunday evening was Manager Clogg, O'Brien, Curran, M. Hogan, "Boots" Murphy, and his glee was Delehanty, Jack Sheehan, Lapaille, over the fact that his Olympics had beaten the Champs In a 2 to 0 Coleman. game, the victory being principally Officers Capt. Frank Relchert, E. Stelnbock, due to" the pitching of Flnnegan and Edward J. Wolfe, the timely hit of the aggressive Thomas D. Clines. manager. The K. of C. after strikUmpires Alvin Wells, Mulligan, ing their stride had easy sailing Otis Logsdon, Dan Lally. with Trinity, winning in a 10 to 4 game, Mattingly, of the leaders, striking out fourteen men. Tho Immmmmmmmmammm www j Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge N. W. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON. BIG REMODELING SALE Prices Cut to the Bone Y perials beat Bertrand 8 to C, Manager Ray Haragan not being in shape to pitch yet, Johnny Murphy needing a iest. Mackin shut out the Orioles 3 to 0, the latter putting up a better contest than the score shows, Tomonow the K. of C. meets tho Olympics, while the Champs take on Trinity. Mackin plays the Imperials and Orioles up with Bertrands, hook The standing to date: ' Clubs W. 9 8 6 5 4 4 4 0 BaBP V &HlBBBBw&wf I "Ban Furniture, Carpets, Rugs and House--1 .'.furnishings sold on our Household Cluh See us ahout them. :: Plan terms e l t i r FATHER CRANE'S BOOK "litles of the Blessed Virgin" Short Meditations on tho Litany of Loretio. IS FOR SALE AT ROGERS CHURCH Prico 50 cnts net By mail G ccntn net the ONE DOLLAR starts a Savines Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more atany time We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention eiven the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old L. 1 Pet K of C i ; 'l I i'i Champs Mackin Rertrands Orioles Olympics Imperials 2 4 5 C Trinity 6 6 10 .900 .800 .600 .500 CHRISTY MATHEWSON. .400 .400 Celebrated veteran pitcher of .400 New York Giants. .000 GOODS CO Ray Haiagan, the clever twirler and manager of the Bertrand team, is leceiving quite a complimentary vote in the popularity contest of tho Kentucky Irish American and his friends assert that ho is sure to bo one of. tho two members ot OWKXSUOHO. One of the most interesting of the June weddings was witnessed by a large gathering on Tuesday morning at St. Paul's church, Owensboro, to when Edward B. Rodman led tho altar Miss Fannie Mae Cruse, tho attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Cruse, of that city. Rev. Father Fltzgeiald perfonvd the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass. The ,'oam Is a son of James S. Rodman, also of Owensboro, and Is a well known and popular young man. PATUOXS PIjHASKD. We unhesitatingly challenge the clothing of Louisville. We have achieved a point in value giving never f before attained at these prices. Here are the prices and values that we offer. See if you can match them: M Q OC J $35.00, $30.00, $28.00 Values, " or me rinesi, inoice MQ OK $22 SO and $20.00 Values, In this sale for only $ EO.Od Palm Beach and Kool Kloth Suits, $10.00 values, now QR PALM BEACH SUITS, $7.50 values, now for T'.OU See our window display and then come in and examine the quality. No obligations to buy. rri MANAGER OF THE GIANTS. John McGraw has built up another line team. HKHTltAM) decided MIXKTHKLS SCOItK. German Insurance BanK Under the Big CIoolc Second and Market Slate Government Supervision. t "" $6.85 i '"1"! it 0 "&! "fr"" BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. IH. I McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Hv.! iimmmmmsmi AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLS CITY VULCAN IZI NG CO. 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. I P. BANNON, JR., Vice 4 X Ftk. 'l'4i4-Hil-H4Hll- HHtHH 1 1 1 a11 II II M. J. BANNBN, LAWRENCE J. VEENEHAN, IIP: BANNON PIPE CO. Murray, eighty-thre- e Patrick years old, pne of tho oldest and H best linown Irish citizens of Lexington, died at his home, 521 "West High street, Sunday morning from tho infirmities of age. Mr. Murray ; Sewer ami Calvert Pipe, was born in the County RoscomBaaaea's Patent Lidded Pipe fer Steam Ceadaits, mon, Ireland, and came to this country in 1835, returning later Wall Cetiag, Draia Tile, Titriled Brick, to Ireland. After his marriage in T Fire Presaag', Flae LiaiBg, Fire Brick 1852 he again came to this counGrate aad Seller Tile, Creaai Fire Clay, Ckimaey lejM. try and had since been a resident He Is survived by of Lexington. OFPICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON two sons and four daughters, John J. Murray, T. D. Murray, Mrs. CUKfB. MAIN 507. HOME PHONES CITY William M. Irvine, Mlas Katie MurWOHKS 13tk Ml Breck. aad Magaelia Ave., Bet. 9tfc tm& I0tk. X ray and Miss Mile Murray, all of Lexington, and. Mrs. Thomas F. fo-- t 1 1 1 1 t M 1 Quinn, of New York. I34I 1 1 M 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 j 1 1 1 1 1 1 II y i ( Mfr. Prit. I TriK. Sttrtbry. RAY HARAGAN, Crowley, who Very Rev. Father Manager, Leading in coached the performers, was the re- Beitrand's cipient of much favorable comment World's Series Popularity Contest. from the well pleased audiences. the Twin City League who will be sent to the world's series this fall. TOLEDO'S FIRST VISIT. ballots tho Exclusive of clipped The Louisville club will close Its Bortrand's leader nearly tripled his at vote this week. Others receiving road trip with a double-headKanas City tomorrow and then nice increases in their vote this start homeward, opening hero with week were Cronenof and Morris ot Trinity, Dalton Rojier Bresnahan's Toledo team on Mackin. Donnelly Tuesday, and this will be that club's of Olympics- and Sheehan of the Mattlngly New first visit here, although the season Champs. K. of entries were of Trinity C., Bosler is over two months old. The un- of the favorable showing of the Colonels and Murphy of Bertrands. As it that the National on the road should be attributed to Is a certainty one thing, and that Is the lopsided League pennant lies between Brookschedule which compolled the homo lyn, New York and Philadelphia games on the tho winners are assured of a nice team to play forty-si- x trip in Now York City road since tho season's opening sight-seein- g atat homo up to Just when the big shows and seaagainst twenty-si- x their fall tomorrow. Manager Clymer Is con- tractions are opening are given for fident, however, that now with his son. Twonty votes long stay at home they will re- each new subscription, ten for each for trieve lost ground and again bo icnewal and onepaper. each clipped in the battle for the flag. The pre- ballot from the diction was made In these columns TANLAO VS. TRESS. at tho outset that the pennant flag lay between Louisville and MinneThe New York Tribune wont apolis, and there Is no discount to after the Tanlac Mediclno Company that prediction at this date. Tho sometime ago, charging that a testiIndianapolis team is playing past monial of that firm was a fake, and Its form, while the Kansas City now tho Mobile Tribune has hooked team Is not consistent, a long losing up in a fight with tho medicino comstreak being sure to follow Its win- pany, several of tho articles claimning one. ing that Tanlac was nothing but a cheap booze, and refused to accept LEXINGTON. tho Tanlac advertising. Tho New er The Bertrand Minstrels made a hit this week in their two performances Monday and Tuesday in Bertrand Hall, and especially favorable are tho comments because of the fact that last year was the first and only appearance of these young men In amateur theatricals. In the opening number, "A Breach of Promise," Leo P. Rellly and Joo BUrke gave splendid Interpretations of opposing attorneys, while Martin Mullaney, as the winsome but aged spinster, and Walter Meagher, as the dignified Judge, made a good Impression. Frank Cullen looked d the part of the maiden, and Jim Hogan scored a decided hit as tho society matron, his impersonation of the character being splendid and his appearance made a big hit with the audience. In the minstrels Louis Walsh made a good Interlocutor, while Ed Wolfe was a natural coon end man, and his little asides were a feature. Ed the part of a McGrath looked healthy and music loving policeman. sixteen-year-ol- Patrons of tho Fontaine Ferry Park Theater have been agreeably pleased with the better vaudeville being presented this season, and the steadily increasing business is indication that the public apprevaudeville ciates the meritorious A bill of unusual being offered. INCORPORATED. merit is In prospect in the theater commencing with a matinee tomorBOTH PHONES 2B35. row afternoon. On Tuesday evening 426 S. Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. the Liederkranz Singing Society Our workmanship is positively tlio Lest intlie city, and Imckctl will hold their annual summer night's festival at the park. A up by a house of long standing and financially responsible. chorus of 100 mixed voices will Our service not equaled. participate in the affair in addition to tho solos' to be rendered by the best talent attainable. The coupons given with tickets of admission to the park are gdod for admission to tho theater or dance pavilion. The Qive us a trial for first-clabig 'sanitary swimming pool Is service. We are as ' great popularity this season. you as your phone. Prompt service, day and close to Bathers are admitted to the park night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable free at all times. Now For the Palm Beach Suits 50c CLEANING AND DYEING CO. AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE ss ANOTHER PRIEST INVENTOR. chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. i 573-178- 6. I 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 Tribune says that in six Southern States the sales of Tanlac in one 3 50,0 00. year amounted to A temporary Injunction was granted against John O'Connell, publisher of the Mobile Tribune, restraining him from publishing anything derogatory to the medicine company, the publisher then showing a blank space on the first and editorial pages, saying those spaces were intended for articles against Tanlac. ' Since then the Tribune has grilled D. T. Cooper, the proprietor,' who was HUSH AND JEWS. formerly located In Louisville, telling of the indictment In which he New York hae both (he largest had pleaded giiilty to quack methods and challenged Cooper to sue for Irish and Jewish population of any city in the world, libel. Anothor name is now added to the list of .priest Inventors, an automatic device by which trains in SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. danger are stopped without action of either the trainmen or tower-me- n Both Phones 2300. having been Invented by the Rev. Thomas J. Glynn, of Beaver FOR RENT, Falls, Pa. The Invention is very simple in form. A fine steel rod SALE or EXCHANGE is attached at one end to the arm on the signal tower. At the other $5.00 AND DP. end of the rod, near the brake, a lever Is attached. When the signal GHIJLDERS CO. arm raises to the danger sign and INCORPORATED. train stop point It pulls the rod 333 WEST MAIN STREET Both Phone 135 and erects the track lover. Another lever Is extended from tho engine of the passing train. When this engine lever comes In contact with tho brake lever it sets the air brake and stops the train without tho aid Where work is quickly of the engineer or the tower man. Where the home is JwnmmmmmBmSl brightest; done; ll CATHOLIC WEEK. IB&lH Whore cooking seems Where tho work is lightest; real fun; During the week beginning Sunmeal Is rjlXf$m fi- - Br Where baking gives cto the day, August 20, New York City will Where light; cooked best; have a "Catholic week" that win Where drudge Is oat of undoubtedly be tho greatest relig- Where tho range stands sight the test ious demonstration ever held in this country, when thousands of CathThat's the whore where That's the olic men and women will join with "Quick Meal" coates "Quick Meal" comes the 2,000,000 Catholics ot tho Emin. in. pire City in a grand manifestation Quick Meal Gas Ranges Sold, Installed ami nilily IlecomnioHded of faith and loyalty. The occasion will be the annual convention of 215 tho American Federation of Catholic Societies, the German Catholic CenW. MARKET ST. Young tral Verein, tho Catholic Men's National Union and of the Catholic Press Association. The Catholic week will be held under tho patronage of His Eminence Cardinal Farloy and will bo at tended by Cardinal Gibbons, of Baltimore; cardinal O'Connell, of Boston; Archbishop Bonzano, the The Beit Straight 'Whisky On Earth Apostolic Delegate, and numerous Archbishops and Bishops from all j?arts ot the country. Chawk & Smith Auto Co. TFi A JJ J.JSS C5 TVTQ ELECTRIC Where the Quick Meal Comes In GEHER & SON, OLDBARBEE JNO. T. BARBEE INCORPORATED & CO. . - -- Sale Owaera Reti.tered Dit. No. 32 726-73- 0 Main' Office and Salesroom, West Main Street.