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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1917. the promise of a new liro even on earth and a happy resurrection to life everlasting. SACKED IIKART PI lNJnmrkf Wiikoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVIII. PRICE P5VE CENTS. v INTOLERANCE Koyal Policy and the Founds- tlon' of tlio English' LEGISLATURE Meeting With Obstruction In Tax Laws' From Ilaly-Bcck- RETREATi Church. frivolity and worldliness to witness such a large number of devoted young men seeking the higher Jifo Surprising Admissions of An as exemplified In religious orders Apologist For Elizabeth's a sight to furnish food for thought to every Catholic, and especially to Ilclgn. tne young men or our day. It reminds us that faithtand love of God aro still strong and" warm in the hearts of our people, and that toMore Concerned Over Itemune- day, even as in 41ie time of our Lord, there are tnaay who heed the ratlon Than Ahout Spiritual Invitation, "FollowjfMe." Duties. The church needs, a constant supply of priests to cafry on tho work of Jesus Christ. Tje missions at home and abroad are suffering from EARING LIGHT ON WEAKNESS lack of missionaries, and tho call for help is ever the same, "Give o BBBQMBBr Kj3BBMt 9R$utfiiLmh m"8 LfTj jt BBBBBE us priests." Every Catholic should be deeply interested in the great work of the church and should Thero aro probably few of ub make any sacfilicodemanded in its who, when seeking to justify somo behalf. And the one ourso of conduct, havo not In doing weaksacrifice is to lfitthr hova iitid so laid bare our greatest young men enlist under tho banner nesses. What Is for many of us a ot Christ as Soldiers of the Cross. personal cxporlenco Is frequently It is a glorious service, this spiritual the casef with wrltors, who seeking II' warfare against .the. fenemics of God, to make apology for a cause, unand tho victory means tho salvation GUARDING GREAT U. S. RADIO STATION. wittingly perhdps, aro forced In all WOMEN UNIFORM CONSTABLES. of souls on whom fairness to make admissions which Sceno showing barbed wire fence charged with 30,000. volts and Tho Mlnlstery has employed 300 lady constables for work in muni-tjo- n the cross. forCan any! Christ died Catholic young guarded by sentry. United States greatest radio station at Challas throw a vory glaring light on the Is to man ask for a greater calling? in Great Britain. Tho work of Can Heights, Oal. Insert, Major Gen. Hugh L. Scott. weakness of the cause they cham- guardfactories workers and prevent carelessness'.theso lady constables women any Catholic family ask for greater pion. This has been the case glory than to have, a boy in tho quit frequently of late In books In prosperity as well as In addealing with the Reformation. A principle; repression without the priesthood? A cordial invitation is versity. To conduct ourselves othmost interesting and for us Cath- excuse of a burning faith in the extended to all, and especially to erwise is to brand us in the eyes our young men, to attend this cereolics Instructive case in mind Is the abstract ideal; theso aro the superJay ficial characteristics of tho ago." of God and before our fellow men mony Sunday afternoon. well dono book by Arthur at as degenerate sons of noble sires When admissions such, as these Klein, professor of history The rector of .the Retreat, Very and faithless daughters of heroic Wheaton College, Norton, Mass., en- can bo' gleaned from tno pages ot Rev. Cletus, C. PoJwfll give the and saintly mothers. To act otherhow titled "Intolerance In the Reign of habit and preach the sermon for the Message tp Members of Ancient wise would be tantamount to barElizabeth, Queen of England." In strange it is to see on our part an The Important and Sorrowing occasion. He will be assisted by tering our sacred heritage for a this work tho author seeks to attitude often weakly apologetic the Master of Novices, Very Rev Order and tho Ladies; Events of Our Saviour's Justify tho intolerance shown by for tho uncompromising attitude mess of the world's pottage. What Father Denis, C. V, and tho Rev. Auxiliary, is requislto for tho success of your Elizabeth In her endeavor to estab- maintained by tho church toward Life. Father Gabriel, C, P. e organization Is not so much quanlish tho Church of England. Along religions so ovldently and The Passlonists j aro recruited C. B. of C. V. tity as quality. Especially Is this with a stately array of fact and, from all parts of the United States, argument tho author, whoso Intenthe case as wo now live under as their work appeals to tho AmeriINTQ ETERNAL REST. to be tho best, makes tions seem favorable Our Lord Entered Jerusalem in can boy, who loves activity and who Received Iloly Comunion in a fairer skies and more civic rights aa to tho character of admissions auspices and possess .1 has In him the stuftjOf which heroes Body and Mado a Lasting Triumph On Palm royal church architect as Poignant both the sorrow felt was which guarantee us tho happy privaro mado both for God and for well as of tho establishment found- throughout the city when announceilege to worship God according to Impression. .1 country. Sunday. cause Cath- ment was made of the death of Mrs. ed by her, which should the dictates of our conscience. In The eleven postulants who will satis- Euphroslne Geher, beloved mother olics to feel new pride and days of yore our forefathers were bo clothed with the Passionist habit faction dn tho security of Mother of Frank A. and Miss giants in their1 profession of the Palm Sunday aro Martin Olsavsky, Church. Geher, which took place Scries of Commemoration George ' McConnell, "Welcomed to the Holy Family faith and loyalty to country, and Albla, Iowa; Which Springfield, Speaking of the relation of Saturday morning at her home, 100 ; God help us if in fair Columbia wo Daniel Hurley, Church and State In tho new order East Walnut street. A sudden at Church by Father James show ourselves pigmies in tho disCulminate On Easter Chicago; George Madl, St. Paul, Inaugurated by Elizabeth the author tack of pneumonia with which sho charge of duty to God and counA. Cu?nck. Kans.; Francis . Cichanski, Detroit; Sunday. says: "At the beginning of Eliza- was stricken on March 18, the day try. This morning's general comClement Drlscoll, Dos Moines; John beth's reign the church (estab- of the death of her sister, Mrs. munion Is, I trust, a pledge of your Gassmann, St. Marys, Kans.; John lished) did not demand from Eng- Julia Deig, ninety-tw- o years old, futuro fidelity as Catholics, and Finn, St. Paul; Jacob Schoener, St. lishmen tholr adherence upon these brought about her death. Mrs. your earthly pilduring (Apostolic authorization) grounds; Geher was born in Baden, Germany, SOLEMN TZNEBRAE, SERVICES Louis; John A "Weaver, Dayton, TRIBUTE TO CATHOLIC IRISH grimagethe rest of be seen as Indiyou may Ohiop-JohnJ. .Muldoon,, Chicago- -. ' Its appeal araa to expediency and to eighty-si- x years asro.. and came to viduals kneeling boforo God's altar loyalty rather than to divine Louisville in 1842. Her husband, on Sunday as well as on tho holy OFFICERS INSTALLED. right." And In this same chapter, Anthony Geher, embarked in the days of obligation likewise seen a lltle fuTther on, the writer con- Btove business and after his death Last Sunday an inspiring sight frequently fervently and persever-Ingl- y Tomorrow Holy Week begins, This promises to bo an active tinues: "Tho Identification of tho e years ago she continued at the communion rail partakecclesiastical and the religious es- the business. Slid was one of the Palm Sunday opening the series of year In Hibernian circles In Ash was witnessed at Holy Family commemorations which culminate land, where they havo a flourishing church, Ashland, when tho Ancient ing of the banquet prepared by our tablishment of tho kingdom with oldest members of St. Boniface's on Easter Sunday. Blessed Lord for the nourishment Joy Is swiftly division and auxiliary. Itecently Order of Hibernians tho political Integrity of England church and tho Altar .Society of tlio succeeded by sorrow and sorrow tho now officers were, installed as Auxiliary received holy and Ladies' and sustenance of Immortal souls. gavo to tho support of tho church communion As God's mem- is soon again turned Into joy. Palm follows; sne minister and in his name in a body as a mark of respect for a patriotic importanco which has congregation, Third also was aof St Sunday is the annual return Order of the persisted through times when na- ber of tho County Board T. M. Howard, their patron, tho glorious St. Pat- I bid you one and 'all Cead mllle tional welfaro demanded rojection Francis, and was a friend of tho day when our Lord entered in tri- Jr., President; M. J. Ryan, 'Vice rick. Preceded by County President fallthei a hundred thousand welor the claims of tho church." Even orphan and poor, among whom sho umph into Jerusalem. Tho multi- President; Nash Sheridan, Record- T. M. Howard, Jr., tho county, di comes and ask God to shower more emphatic is the admission of loved to labor and who will feel tude strewed tholr garments In tho ing Secretary; Alex. Campbell, Fi- vision ana auxiliary officers, they upon you and your families his and tho political charactor of tho Eng- her loss. Tho funeral was con way and cut down branches from nancial Secretary; James O'Nell, presented an excellent appearance choicest blessings, spiritual in ducted Tuesday morning from St. tho trees and cast them boforo Him. Treasurer. lish church in tho statement as they entered tho church and temporal. which wo aro told that "tho fact Boniface church, tho attendance be- Ho was the son of David coming Division F. T. McGlinchy, Presi occupid the center aisle, only three JEFFERSONVILLE. that the church was established ing one of tho largest seen there in In the name of the Lord. Little dent; J. B. Burdlss, Sr., Vice Presi members being unablo to bo pres did tho noisy crowd think then of dent; E. J. Clinton, Recording Sec ent. High mass was colebrated, and according to tno dictates of recent years. at and the royal title which was to retary; Alex. Campbell, Financial after the gospel the Rev. James A. government policy resulted in a Augelus hour had scarcely Tho acknowledge his kinship; little did Secretary; John P. Howard, Treas Cusack delivered a message to BENEFICIAL RESULTS. on church that was a compromise." of last week the passed the Thursday Death entered they think of tho bitter passion urer; Nor was this political charactor AnEol of Sergeant-at- Ancient Order and Ladies' Aux- when big St. Patrick's day parade which was to earn for Him the Anns; John Mulligan, Tho ot the church tho solo mark which tho Dolan home, 220 Missouri aveJ. D. Gallagher, Chairman iliary, in which he said: , attested so clearly to . its human and celebration Is already showing everlasting hosannas of tho re- Standing Committee; Nash Sherimorning we have with us nue, Jefforsonville, and claimed for This On Wednesday evening origin. Tho very character of Its results in a big boom of member- deemed. own the membership of the A. O. H. and its Dolan,tho mother, Mrs. Catherine A. beloved wife of Matthew first ministers stands out in sad ship in the Ancient Order of Hiber- begin tho Tenobrao services. These dan, Sentinel. Ladles' Auxiliary Mrs. Matthew are merely tho Matins and Lauds Collins, County President; Mrs. the Ladies Auxiliary, receiving Dolan, Superintendent of the founrelief to the humble twelvo who, nians, at th.e meeting of Division 4 communion in a body. Tho high dry of tho Louisville and Nashvlllo or tho day, a service which is never forsaking all things, followed Christ Monday evening tho applications of Mrs. F. mas3 is also offered for the spiritual in a life of apostolic hardship and eight being received with the pros- omitted at any season. Tuoy derive James O'Nell, President; Mrs. Surrounded by husband, M. and temporal welfaro of each in- railroad. Morris, labor. "Within the church," tho pects of many more. Tho follow- their namo from the fact that they Collins, VIco President; Recording Secretary; Mrs. dividual member. Tho organization children and friends, sho quietly wore sung in tho night even as thoy author tells us, "were men more ing aro tho now applicants: Thomas and peacefully passed from this had concerned over tho dignity of re- FItzgibbons, John M. Ryan, J. B. aro sung still by the monastic or- J. L. Richardson, Financial Secre days its birth during the dark penal world of sorrow and cares, well tary; Mrs. J. B. Burdlss, Sr., Treas of Ireland when this beloved God. muneration of clerical office than Dowllng, Thomas M. Barry, Thomas ders. Their wonderful beauty and last country of our forefathers received Illness to meet her though Her had was short, about spiritual duties connected F. Dolan, Emmet Hanrahan, Will- pathos aro enhanced by the matter urer; Mrs. William Weber, sho Mrs. T. M. Howard, Jr., Its baptism of blood In the preserva- been in poor health, but was up therewith. Earnest and trained men iam Hennessy and James J. Cuslck. of tho lessons, tho Lamentations of tion of tho faith brought to Erin's on to take tho lower, more dntimato Chairman W. P. McDonogh, of the Jeremy tho Prophet, and tho music Sentinel. Wednesday and attended shores through the instrumentality church. Mrs. Dolan was born In to which they aro wedded. Thursday anparade pastoral ofllces were lacking. Ignor- recent committee, of St. Patrick, Its beloved and ven- Ohio and was tho daughter of Mr. LOVED PRDEST DEAD. ant and illiterate artisans were of nounced that tho moving pictures is the commemoration of tho estaberated apostlo. At this period our and Mrs. Thomas Marshall. Benecessity employed to perform tho of tho St. Patrick's parade would lishment of the Blessed Eucharist. Hlnn-sereligion was proscribed by law and The Rev. Father William services." And quoting Parker, a bo exhibited soon and that tho As she thinks of this memorial of husband Mrs. Dolan Is seventy-seve- n years old, pastor tho price was put upon the head sides herby seven 6ons and daughlove contemporary apologist of the es- views developed "were excellent. up the smile of dlvlno joy lights survived the tears of tho church. For a of tho Sacred Heart church at of tho devoted and faith soggarth ters, John E. Dolan, Earl Dolan, tablishment, he informs us that Resolutions were adopted giving Tho church was pursued Edward Dolan, Walter Dolan, Mat4,the Bishops havo mado priests of thanks to the societies participating moment tho organ peals out and Bellevue, died Monday at his homo, aroon. hounded apparently thew E. Dolan, Miss Mary Dolan and the basest of tho people not only in tho parade, thoso taking part in the bells ring. Then all is silent. 314 Division street. He had been and for their occupations and trades, tho entertainment and Very Rev. Tho altars aro stripped, the lights ill many months, but his death, doomed to death, but in God's prov and Miss Catharine Dolan. The but for their want of good learning Father T. L. Crowley for his able extinguished; only In a side chapel while not unexpected, camo as a idence fated not to die. Tho epitaph latter is a Sister at St. assistance and advlco in making is watch and ward kept by loving shock to his many friends in North- of Catholic faith in Irish hearts and honesty." near Terre Haute, and hearts over tho Prisoner of Love. ern Kentucky. The Rev. Father will be written not on earth but in is known as Sister Dolaretta. The Of the royal foundress of this the entire affair a success. Presisamo establishment and of her zeal dent Thomas Lynch announced that Friday is Good Friday, truly a Hlnnsen was preparing to celebrate heaven. Mass was only celebrated funeral was hold from St. Augus for religion we are further in- In view of the increasing number strange name for a day that saw the his golden anniversary as a priest. In secluded glens or in secret caves tine's church, Rev. Father Halpln formed that "tho Queen did not of candidates an initiation would be sun grow dark at midday and tho He had been pastor of tho Bellevue of the green hillsides. As the guard celebrating requiem high mass. His like tho Idea of religious zeal, eho arranged in tho near future. years. He ror tne priest, wnoso life was In sormon was touching and impres earth tremble like a frightened church for twenty-tw- o ould not understand the stern and child. Yet it was a day freighted was born in Germany in 1842 and constant danger by ministering to sive, dwelling so much on a beau unyielding religious convictions of nELriNQ THEM RECOVER. with ineffable good for all man- camo to America when a child and tho faithful flock, the A. O. H. tiful Christian death such as ho either Catholic or Protestant. She kind. Tho blood of the Lamb of settled in Sf. Louis, where ho re- pledged themselves to act as sen- had known hers to bo. Ho epoko feared the effects of both. The Louisville has responded nobly to God was that day signed upon the sided several years. Later he went tinels during the celebration of the words of comfort to thoso that aro wilhin tho church of any the appeal from New Albany and door posts ot the House of Israel to Milwaukee and studied for tho holy sacrifice, ready at all times to left to mourn her and said all ro.wth great enthusiasm for any kind of is affordlng'cvory relief posslblo for and tho destroying angel saw it and priesthood in St. Francis' Seminary. shed their heart's blood In order to snould prepare for a happy death. religious belief seemed to her dan- tho sufferers In that stricken city. sheathed his sword. All that day He came to Kentucky in 1890 and continue the clean oblation, foregerous. Sh6 dreaded tho effects Tho tornado thero cost thirty-eigCONVALESCING. Alexanthe and empty. of churches told ages beforo by tho prophet upon tho people of popular and lives, injured hundreds of old and altarchurch is bare in darkness. The had charge Mile, Twelve at Mile and Malachl, and actually realized by of repose is Tho dria, Four preachers. Sho pre- young and caused a property los3 images and pictures aro hidden. The Camp Springs and Thomas Connell, Deputy Clerk of 1905 took our Lord at tho Last Sup ferred that tho church slumber a that is almost incalculable. Imme- crucifix alono stands out uncovered charge of tho Bellevue incongregation per, Blessed tho fire of faith lighted tho Police, Court, who has been seriso that little." And again: "The growth diately upon the awful news T- --,, ously III for tho past flvo weeks, Is hi. Of T)n4rli.l. sin lin TTI11 and tho people come to do homage by whom ho was greatly loved. of any considerable body within the known everywhere prompt to the symbol of salvation and to should never be extinguished on the now convalescing at his home, 221 church which attempted to place in action "was taken to aid the suffer-i- n kiss tho wounds of tho Saviour. Isle of Saints and Scholars. Tho West Brandies avenue. Deputy MACKIN COUNCIL. the forefront the belief that the gand dying, LoulsvIJlo sending Tho office of Saturday now celewomanhood of Ireland, ever its O'Connell is one of tho most genial church was tho repository of God's its police and flro departments and brated in tho morning was formerly popular officials about tho City Mackln Council hall was crowded glory and its crown, did its full and and it is sincerely hoped he truth, and had as such a duty raising about S50.000 for tho rHnf celebrated Saturday night and is Hall, was sharo in this noble and Godlike will soon be at his Monday night and business transcending Its duty of obedience desk. office. work. In time of week is famine and to the commands of royalty, could fund. Tomorrow and next miffo a really an Easter this was The fontthe gone through with rapidly In order persecution, whan stress, nourishment number of benefits for thn one of blessed because tho tjme be given Prosecuting Atthat not exist during Elizabeth's reign." will bo given In Louisville, RETREAT ON OTfE KNOBS. The reason for this aversion to ory one snoula bo liberally and ov- - days when baptism was adminis- torney Joseph M. Huffakor, who of their children had dried up in patron- tered. The sacred tiro and the delivered an address that proved its natural fount, the mothers, God any religious zeal or force within ized. One Tho Rev. Richard Murphy, O. M. go tho ot tho tholr 'memory, opened the establishment can be gained resctie was ofGeorgofirst toTodd,to who Paschal candle, tho emblems At tho both Interesting and instructive bless in their breasts in order the Q.. of St. Anthony's church, this D. tho When tho speaker was introduced veins to city, from the statement which admits headed tho entire wnrkinir fnrrn nf Resurrection, are hallowed. will bo in chargo of a rotreat Gloria in Excelsls tho organ peals by President, Seb Hubbuch there sustain and nourish their offspring, that "The refusal to claim for the tomorrow for that will English establishment any sanctity, tho National Hame and Chain Cpm- - once more and tho bells ring out. was great applause, and from be- bono of their bone and flesh of their nightmen St. Mary's opentho Knobs, at their efforts The glad salutation "Alleluia, tho ginning to end he was given close flesh, and thus perpetuate tho race near Now Albany. of or, divinely, given plan, enabled the pany, ana tnrougn on church to avoid condemning Con- mnnv hnunns wnrn rmln!rlw mo)n Lord is Risen," resounds through attention. Mr. Huffakor spoko ex- and tho faith. The shamrock wa3 a sermon every nightThere will bo until Thurstheir emblem, symbol of tho Blessed day, tinental Protestantism and pemMt-te- d habitable and gave shelter to large tho church. The sorrow of tho citizenship, giving bis hearers when the retreat will close forgotten and death is swal- cellent advlco and commending Trinity Father, Son Holy and the most cordial 'relations with numbers of victims of tho tornado. week Isup Mackln Council for tho good it has Ghost and the likewise of tho with spoislal services. lowed in victory. the most important forms of PASSOVER. The custom or the faithful re- done among the young men of the three theological virtues Faith, That Elizabeth could ADVISED BY CARDINAL. minds us that holy communion is city, Its members especially being Hope and Charity implanted in thus motive her course of "reform" The Jewish passover will bo cele- our duty at this time. On Thurs- loyal and law abiding citizens.. our souls as gems at the moment Cardinal Gibbons, In an address will cause no wonder when we are of baptism and later on nourished at Baltimore, at a preparedness told by our author that ''The brated in Louisville and throughout day In memory of the ineffable gift, by tho dews of God's grace to blos- meeting for children said: "I want sovereign herself stood for no heroic I the civilized world on 'April 7, con on Sunday as a pledge of the resurDR. O'CONNOR. APPOINT principle of power or right. Her tinuing iur one weeK, as a memorial rection. This Is the best way to Acting Mayor J. William Miller som and bloom in this vale of tears every boy here to be 100 per cent, rices were not even Impressive. Her of the delivery of Israel from the commemorate the death and passion on Tuesday announced thp appoint- during our earthly pilgrimage and patriotic, so that whenever an For one week of our Lord, for it is the way which ment of Dr. B. J. O'Connor as a finally to yield a harvest ot good emergency comes you will be ready genius for deceit gave her. a certain Egyptian bondage. distinction even in a Christendom pious Jews abstain from leavened He instituted. "While the thought member of the Tuberculosis Board. works for time and eternity. Hence to stand up for the dignity and skilled in lying." "Biekerings hardly bread and bo trace of it is to, be of what He suffered for us is still Dr. O'Connor ie in every way quali- to be a true Hibernian It Is In- honor of your country and hold worthy the name of religious strug-gl- ; found cm the premises. Even the freak In our minds we should has- fied for the position, having given cumbent upon the membership to back at no sacrifice in maintaining an expedient policy so abjeet utensils used for such purposes are ten to remember 'Him as He wished. much study to the disease of tuber live practical Catholic lives, at all the riches ot the greatest land on as ahaot to djy the exkteaee of pa away and Tepl&eed by new one. Let the Raster eouwnunloa be to all culosis and It prevention. times and under all circumstances, earth." MB I' ' II On Palm Sundayafternoon at 3 o'clock eleven youjjg men will bo Vested In tho habit of the Passlon-lst- s In the chapel of the Sacred Heart Retreat, Newburg road. It is a rare sight in,, theso days of hain Machine Public Biding Its Time and' Waiting For Opportunity For Satisfaction. , Evening Post Sounds Keynote For Policy in Conduct of Local Campaign. A PRIMARY THAT'S FAIR TO ALL HOLY WEEK ASHLAND thp school would bo seen in tho role of obstructionists, andvthls has now come to pass. In tho Senate they have attempted to "frost" every section of tho now tax measure regardless of Its merits, whllo in tho House one of tho proHaly-Beckham Haly-Beckha- Readers of tho progress of the tax revision measures at Frankfort will recall tho prediction made in these columns just previous to the convening of tho General Assembly, It being stated that althouch tho sentiment for tax revision was uni versal and a crying need in Kentucky, the political Drohibltlons nf wi fair-mind- ed man-mad- man-furthere- d. Mag-dale- no -- 111.-- fifty-thre- pro-par- ed Mistress-at-Arm- s; n, Mary's-of-the-Woo- ht soul-stirri- ng -- ng T- hibitionist "bugs" has carried out tho orders of tho machine, thoso orders being to defeat or attempt to defeat any legislation max wouiu reriect credit on Gov. Stanley's administration or any measure that is not sultablo to the political propaganda of the crowd. Tho public at largo is not considered in their plans, and the fact that this plan of obstruction is wasting valuable time and thousands of dollars to tho State causes them no worry nor checks their nefarious schemes. But as in all cases the dear nub- lic and suffering taxpayers will have tnoir inning and woe bo to tho machine when that day rolls around. It takes no Anna Eva Fay foresight to predict that Senator Beckham Is sorvlng his last time in public office and that a man cropping up in any part of tho State, whether it bo ror Sherlrf or other office, will bo a marked man. Tho voters of Kentucky, and especially the Democratic voters of this district, are biding their time in awaiting their chance to retiro Beckham, but in tho meantime will see to It that none of his adherents are shoved Into places of prominence for the purposo of saving his scalp. Louis-vlll- o and Jefferson county Democrats wore fooled onco into either supporting Beckham or not giving him stiff, opposition, and for that local Democracy has paid dearly, as any dissensions in the local ranks just now can be traced back to tho espousal of tho cause. In justlco to somo who supported Beckham In his Senatorial raco aaglnst Gov. Stanley it may he stated that they havo realized their mistake, but for future guidance no truo Democrat should offer for office unless beforehand he declares himself as opposed to Haly and Beckham and their political prohibitionist platform. Tho following is reprinted from tho Louisville Evening Post as it agrees Identically with the sentiments expressed in tho Kentucky Irish American two months ago: "Interest continues very keen among local politicians in tho contest for the Democratic nomination for County Judge between Mr. Leralne Mix and Judge Greene, the latter being the incumbent. Hardly-anyoseems to doubt that, as matters stand, Mr. Mix ha3 tho race won; tho mooted point is will or will not Judge Greene's political backers be able to induce the 'organization' to rush matters for Tho 'organization' could Greene. do nothing better than to keep out of this raco. Let Mr. Mix and Judge Greeno anako their own races, and let tho nomination go to the man who gets tho most votes." In saying "THE ORGANIZATION COULD DO NO BETTER THAN KEEP OUT OF THIS RACE" this should apply and be tho keynote of tho local Democracy's programmo In all races, as tho Post rightfully says "let the nomination go to the man who gets tho most votes." It of nomination the will mean Bullitt, Scott Charley Cronan, Charley Foster, Allen Smith and other strong men, with no bad after tasto and a ticket selected that will have no hard time ginning Democratic Tho in November. Committee can well afford to carry out tho suggestion originally made In theso columns and now seconded ll by tho Post for a primary, the Democratic Committee In tho rolo of fair judges, seeing to it that everyone gets an oven break That will only be following out ono of tho fundamental principles ot Democracy, and ono that insures a united front in November. John H. Meyer, a popular Democrat" of long service to tho party, announced his candidacy this week for Constablo in tho Sixth Magisterial district, now presided over by Magistrate Ben Schulman, and in tho opinion of many ho would make a strong running mato for Squire Schulman in tho November election. m Haly-Beckham Haly-Beckha- m Haly-Beckha- m Haly-Beckha- m free-for-a- ne , 1 Sunday from a. several weeks' stay at Hot Springs and is busy receiv ing congratulations on the benefits he derived from bis annual vacation, being fit to again battle for Democracy, COL. JIM nOME AGAIN. Col. James P. Whallen returned Til xcjisraDTJOBrsr xj&isx KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. EVBRY SATURDAY. )iv4cd to the Social wi Moral AdruccmMtoK of Irish Americans and Caffcolle Officially Indorsed by Anclefit Order ot Hibernians, Yoang Mca'i Inetltate and CathoHc Kalghti of America, PUBLISHED ajmo&xzxcajs:. 33fr4frS$3$4$MS3K$xSH$fr &&&4&MMfe&2KxfctMfefe44 THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE KENTUCKY IHItfH AMERICAN PHINTINQ CO., Incorporated, Publlahera mxfvmxStxm INCORPORATED (tfo 9BSCRIPTI0N AMreta aH PRICE, ONM DOLLAR PBR YEAR SINQLB COPY $e fUtUr. Watt drees SI. WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. BnWrW Ui t4TtH PertrtHcs as BobCU CeaaaittlaB te.tke KINTUCKT WISH AMERICAN, J1M1 A SPECIAL PRESENTATION OF Women's ; TRADES Mj MUNCjfr )a and Misses' Smart Spring Suits $25.00 LOUISVILLE, KY. .SATURDAY. MARCH 31, 1917 18 coming upon us in spite of the assurances of tho pacifists that war The coming week should bo kept Is unnecessary and criminal. Those hollly by every true follower of who are responsible for our state of Jesus Christ. It should bo observed unpreparedness are the real ofas much as possible with recollec- fenders; it is our unreadiness for tion and prayer. People should ar- war that has brought war so close range to do as much of this week's to us. work as is feasible on tho first three END SEEMS FAR. days, In order that they might bo enabled to attend all tho public 4 Tho reason of tho withdrawal of ""' mmnnMj iiilAjjjJTi wtOTTW services held In their parish church ...,.lr. tho German army in Franco is not on tho last three days. That tho JUNCTION NEAR. yet understood by war experts. work of the prle3t may bo lightened gt$4&iit4?&t&i&trt4'& Late dispatches show that tho Russians aro pressing tho Turkish-Persia- n Various conjectures have been ofarmy hard west of .Korraanshah. At tho same timo tho British SAM L. as many as can should make their fered to account for the retirement aro advancing up tho Diala river. Thero is a clear possibility of tho confession In preparation for Easter Holy along an extended lino, hints tho capturo of tho entire Turkish army. It was on before Saturday. Voice, but these aro only conThursday that tho Blessed Eucharist True jectures. Perhaps tho purposo Is COMING EVENTS. weeks, but his attendants have was Instituted and holy communion hopes for his recovery. Henco to shorten tho long lino from given for tho first time. April 9 Eucbro and lotto for St to the sea and thereby Norbert Hackett, who has been nothing would be more fitting than Switzerland Cecilia's school, afternoon and visiting his father, Michael Hackett, on releaso thousands of soldiers for for all "who aro able to receive Perhaps tho reMrs. Then would tho servlco elsewhere. Holy Thursday. April 9 Euchre and lotto after and his sister, Albany, William J. 'HESE two signs mean to the buyers of Receuver, New left tirement disconcerts the well-lai- d noon and evening in L. B. A. Hall, day for his home in Chicago Saturprayers of tho peoplo bo more plans of the Allies for a great of- Sixth and Walnut. Motor Cars many things, First, the worthy of a hearing at tho Reposfensive on thoroughly mapped posiApril Mrs. Anna Heuermann announces Feast of Na itory; then could tho people enter tions, thus fOTdng them to begin by Trinity Council in club tho engagement of her daughter, JL name Hudson Super Six name plate better Into tho spirit of Good Fri- all over again their work of tions Miss Gertrude Hermes, to Lawrence huuee. gain tho many Indulgences preparation. Perhaps stronger poday and CANDIDATE FOR April 11 Birthday party in St. D. Filburn. Tho wedding will take represents the leader in the fine car class. The place tho latter part of April. which aro obtainable on that day. sitions have been prepared for the Ann's school hall, afternoon and By beginning Holy Week with the evening. Dodge Brothers' name plate claims the attenNo one seems lines. to Miss Elizabeth Kremer, who is a proper spirit, arid persevering in German April 14 Annual bridge .party of student at Dana Hall, will spend know. Junior Circle of tho Queen's Daugh the Easter vacation with Miss Marprayer and Tecollectlon throughout tion of thousands of buyers of light cars. KenOno thing seems certain: The ters. OF JEFFERSON COUNTY garet Mix In New York and Mlas' Noll suggests in tho week, as Father withdrawal was deliberately planned tucky owners of these cars can tell you the rest April 17 Euchro and lotto for Gertrude Keating in Brooklyn. Subject to tho action of the Demotho Sunday Visitor, people would be and successfully carried out. It benefit of St. Aloyslus church, cratic party. Primary, Auugst 4, very earnest disposed to mako a Peweo Valley, at St. Martin's HalL Miss Mary Virginia Howard, who was no disorderly retreat. No of the story. 1917. confession, the best surety of imApril 19 Mackln Council euchro Is attending college at Oxford, were left for the pursuers to Ohio, is home to spend the Easter measurable spiritual joys on tho break through and throw them Into and lotto at club house. holidays with her parents, Mr. and SOUTHERN MOTORS COMPANY feast of the Resurrection. Inci confusion. The lino was not pene July 4 Catholic Orphan Society Mrs, P. S. Howard, Maryland Court. dentally It might be In placo to picnic on St. Vincent's Orphanago INCORPORATED. any point. It is suspected grounds. HPk urge those who have 'hitherto post- trated at Miss Clara Angermeler will rethat the Germans are evacuating 615-62- 3 July 25 Annual picnic for St. turn from Nazareth Academy SOUTH THIRD ST. poned their Easter communion until to the whole Noyes salient and drawon orphan-ag- o spend the Easter noliday vacation the end of the Paschal season to go ing back to tho "Hlndenburg lino," Joseph's Orphan Asylum, avenue. grounds, Frankfort with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. this year before Easter. Henry Angermeler, Willow avenue. twenty-fiv- e miles to tho rear of the C&JCaXI0QKCKft!58C8fljfliOtCW&CflCflO front they have held for two years. S. J. McElliott, of tho firm of TOOK TEST LAWS. On this "Hlndenburg line," fortified Dougherty & McElliott, Is again confined to his homo with an atThe Massachusetts Legislature with tremendous strength, it is betack of rheumatism, duo to a cold to mako "a good example by its fnvor-abl- o lieved they proposo has set a he sustained taking part In tho consideration of a bill which stand. In a month or so wo may St. Patrick's day parade and to ask know what tho retirement means. forbids school committees Miss Gortrudo Egan, of Memphis, applicants for positions as teachers Meanwhile the war goes on as Is tho guest of Miss Wllhelmlna Miss Kathorine Hines was host anything about religious afllllatlons. usual. There aro no signs of a Waller. Thiirsday afternoon at an informal why any such cessation of hostilities. Gradually There is no reason FOR will tTo applicant should bo catechised on the nations Involved aro exhausting Miss Lena Hynes ? Prestonia the.nl!1Pft ' month. mi nina' . COUNTY COMMISSIONER In Prayer Books, Rosaries Scapular Lockets,. Scapular Rings, bo personal and private a matter. their resources, but tho end still past week. vitations were confined to Pins and Medals, manv new Models in Staturary, beautiful picthe Tho only apparent purpose is to give seems to be far off. Perhaps by friends of tho guest of honor. Subject to the action of tho Demo tures, can be found at the new Church Goods House. Miss Anna Genovely may have is homo members of tho committee an next winter conditions A visit from you to our store will surprise you of the many cratic party. Primary, Auugst 4, from a visit Tho engagement of Miss Nellie exorcise their reached such a pass that peaco will Bloomfield. to Miss Eva Dawson at to opportunity 1917. new things that can be had in religious articles and remember Mulloy and Patrick J. Meehan Is Wo scarcely expect a be welcomed. prejudices or bigotry. Many announced, tho marriago to tako that every article is priced right. Miss Lucy Carr has been passing placo at St. Louis Bertrand's church 1017 capable teacher has been refused that peace will como this year. AbCbbI Primary 1017 We want you to see our First Communion Prayer Books before a few pleasant days with relatives Wednesday afternoon, April 18. for no other reason than that his ' yon make your purchase. at Covington. SIIOH ON OTHER FOOT. young peoplo are woll known Both or toer religious faith did not meet popular in Catholic social cirand with the approval of narrow minded William Maboney was tho Sunday cles. Tho o Tho Baptist World has from time Pike-Hicke- y Is a sister men who happened to be in power. to timo commended Carranza for guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Scott Of Mrs. Michael D. McNally, of 639 at Flora Heights. h Btreejt. South Religious beliefs have no legitimate his persecution of Catholics in placo In determining the merits or Mexico, but has now turned on him 312 W. Jefferson St., Bet. Third and Fourth. Miss Jessio Bannon, Bardstown ST. MARY MAGDALEN'S. fltnes3 of a teacher for tho work of and says that in his rage against road, spent last week with relaan instructor in tho public schools. Catholics ho has outdono Russia In tives in tho city. The Very Hev. Edward K. Cant-we- ll and those his autocratic control of all reThe r,rlmo essentials Rov. Charles. Maddox, two B. Brown and T. II. Iteilly able and James and eloquent Eedemptorlst that should alone bo accorded con- ligions. Under Carranza's reign put In several days In New York Old IRISH REPUBLIC Is One fathers from Grand Ranlds, have tho educational only a Mexican by birth can bo a City tho past week. sideration are been secured by Rov. Father Gause qualifications, the moral character minister, and all public worship , , ipohl to ronduft a two weeks' mis- ,,, ., . n, Celebrate the Anniversary in a fitting manner. Place in arid the experience of tho applicant. shall bo under governmental superMagdalen's. The nt St spent a.mls8lon wm U& from Tell City, on toto. v ., According to tho World's .. qnrfav. ,, To insist on the latter declaring at vision. your home or meeting hall a copy of the week visiting relatives. the first Sunday after Easter, the what church ho or she may worship doctrine, persecution of Catholics by week for the women and the Carranza was all right, but persecuMiss Mary Malono spent several first DECLARATION OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE impertinent but Is not only pleasant days last week with Miss second for tho men. FOR It is time that such an tion of Baptists Is altogether O'Donnell at Meadowbrook. An artistic reproduction of the immortal document read by President PASSION PLAY PLEASES. abominable practice should receive wrong. Pearce will bo mailed to any address in the United States for fifty cents POST FREE. tho stamp of disapproval at the Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Casey and OF JEFFERSON COUNTY To accommodate the many who A liberal discount will be given to Irish Societies desiring to secure THE IRISH WAY. sons were last week guests of Mr. hands of all Legislatures. wish to witness tho sacred drama, Subject to Action of Democratic Party quantities of this historic souvenir. and Mrs. Edward Casey at Buechel. It has been decided to give four To put it in an Irish way, says photos and genuine The picture, which is in colors, includes DRIFTING. Miss Marguerite Ryan has re- oxtra performances of "Veronica or facsimile autographs of the signers. Second edition almost sold out. Only a tho Rov. J. Eliot Ross, C. S. P., the Holy Face" at St. Boniface Hall turned from a visit to her cousin, limited supply on hand. The sinking of American ships there Is no Catholic view of suf Miss Mary Decoursey, at Highland on Fehr avenue. The final rendiORDER NOW FROM frage. You might as well epeak of Park. tion was to have been last evening, INCORPORATED and tho lives lost have admittedly but the demand for seats has been brought President Wilson face to the Catholic view of the tariff, or Clean Grocery Stores. Miss Mablo Filiatrean, of Spring- eo insistent the play will bo given faco with the necessity of consider- the weathor, or tho corn crop. Thero "The Best, For Less " 330 West Forty.aecond Street, Now York City. field, Ky., enrolled as a pupil at on Palm Sunday afternoon and on ing actual war measures. The is no Catholic view of woman suf- Holy Rosary Academy during the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Orders for SI or moro delivered following. evenings These will to frage, because it is not a Catholic past week. President has called Congress positively bo the last time it will to any part of tho city. This should end much meet in special session on April 2, question: bjr theso V0""K People of Misses Idello and Lottie' McCloy e two weeks earlier than the date useless talk and foolish argument. are again at their home In Clifton, St. Bonlfaco congregation. HERRMANN BROS. originally decided upon. It is said after a visit of several weeks In FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Tins IS PACT. BASEBATotJPENING. this decision was due to presNow Orleans. that wrexTEps FREE SERVICE. sure brought to bear upon tho The enemy at tho gates has been The Louisville ball club will arMrs. Patrick Burke, of Jefforson-villFINE WINES AND LIQUORS. to act as soon as possible, Inside them alL the time.. This is President has returned from St. Louis, rive 'homo about Tuesday, fresh lest delay lull the conscience of the not an Irish bull. It is an American where she visited her daughter, from their training at Athens, Ga., Distillers and Wholesale Deal rs la Finest Barnds of Kea country to sleep., Tho feeling in fact. The great financial Interests Mrs. Leo Sparks. and are billed to meet a team of tacky Whiskies, especially. 1101-0- 3 tho Now York Nationals Wednes BAST BROADWAY. Washington is that a state of war own the newspapers and use them Miss Jane Hollls, Pleasure Ridge, with Germany actually exists al- as they would guns In tho event of entertained with a delightful dinner day afternoon at Eclipse Park. Tho official opening of the American ready, though there has been as yet war. Alb, Surplice. Altar Laces in honor of her sister, Mrs. D. S. Association will tako place Wednesno declaration of hostilities. The day, April 11, the Colonels opening McGInty, of the city. BOTTLED IN BOND. tho season with Joe Tinker's re- TOwhtM 1941. For the next three weeks we fact that tho United States has in bigots and 134 S SIHH STREET to offer all of our laces at a Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan, of generated Columbus club, and seats prescriptive organizations dicated Its determination to defend liberal discount. This offer is genuParkview, had as visitors last week and boxes are now on sale for the T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY Its rights' on tho high seas even to must bo hard up for an issue when Mr. and Mrs. Will Fahey and Mr. big event. Tho Association this year Avoid the Easter Rush. ine, and it will pay our the point of war if necessary has they can not find anything moro and Mrs. Grundy Leydan. customers to write us at once, while is as strong In every way as the INCORPORATED Brine us your old mllan or hemp hat our stock is complete. National and American leagues, tho admittedly wrought no change In hurtful to Catholics than inspection from last summer In fact any kind 0 SOUTn WENZEL ST. Miss Anna Moran was guest of class of managers being equally as or material, wo wm Clean, aye ana the German attitude. The situation bills. reshape it to look llko new. Don't be Rogers Church Goods Co. honor at an informal bridge party good, and the fans are duo to see Both Phones 4202 This has now reached the stage where it misled by fake advertisements. given yesterday afternoon by Misses tho best article of ball in the is the only place in the city that Many of our (s for Congress to say what further pre?s Elizabeth and Alice Hayes. association's Jilstory. 129 S. FOURTH AVE. to do ladies' hats. sVe knows how FOa BALD MY HOME 2432 St. rip and resew Thlrty-flv- e into the new them steps may be taken by this Govern- approve the finish of monarchy in now models Bprlng- styles. 30x200 to alley. All Xavior. Lot Last week. Mrs. M. W. Murray, BECOMES POLICE CHAPIiAIN. ment. Improvements made. President Wilson has al- Russia, but are silent when King frame; on our counter to select from. Our stone foundation. 6 rooms, balls, customers know we do tho best work Georgo and the foolish tomfoolery Flora Heights, entertained Mrs. T. ready authorized the arming of closets, complete bath:, kitchen with In the city. Forty years In business Mrs. J. Wa'tson and P. Curran, Rev. John Coogan, assistant recis our American merchant ships. A clash customs of England are mentioned. Mrs. Rogers King and son, Murray tor to Right Rov. Msgr. Penny, of hot and cold water, sink, drain; water, reshape guarantee, atwe clean, dye and gas for light and cooking', electric your hat the small cost of King. Annunciation church. New York available; cellar, cistern, hydrant; 31.00 dye them a good black no shoe between one of these armed ships Patronize the benefit baseball grapes, fruit, garden, lawn, chicken polish work. City, baa been nominated by Hie and a German submarine would be game tomorrow and aid the New exAll la and her Eminence John Cardinal Farley and yard and house.painting:. condition take Mrs. Alice L. Layton cept outside May an act of open war. This crisis Albany cyclone sufferers. sister, Mrs, Henry Terstegge, of appointed by Ppllce Commissioner umallcr house in trade. Make offer, Falls City Straw Works may be precipitated at any time; or New Albany, have returned from a Arthur Woods to the position of a N. JACQUES, 2267 Shawnee. visit of several weeks in Florida chaplain of tho New York Police PROVE FATAL, the pressure on Congress may be 713 Weat Jefferson St. FOU Father 240 to SALE PARKLAND LOT BOx Department. He succeed and Cuba. alley, Grand. 30th32d; great enough to bring a declaration Thomas Duffy, rector of 9t. Brigid's streets made; water, gas, sewer, elecBenjamin Fultz, forty years old, that Germany has created a state of who was robbed and stabbed Saturtricity shower party church, who resigned because of 111 8hnwne avallnble; car line next street. Hv year toys as easertle that wtU A miscellaneous 2267. prepare taeai fs Ufa. war through the action of her sub- day night &t Brook and Jefferson was given at the home of Mr. and health. on bis way to hl home at Mrs. John Godfrey, Orescent Hill, marine commanders. We are much while He Shephard, who will FIREMAN SERIOUSLY INJURED. streets, which was burning. COLLEGE nearer war than we were a week 1328 Eaet Breckinridge street, died for Miss Mary April brides. was rurihed to the City Hospital In ST. XAVIER'S In fact the opinion is begin-nla- g Sunday eevning at the City Hospital. be one of the ago, Patrick J. Byron, of the No. 22 a police ambulance, where, the atHte Tun&ral was held Wednesday 1U W. Sreacway, XtfmlSTOle, JCy. tending his into prevail that war is now morning from St. Martin's ehurob. John M. Ahern. a nopular and engine company, was seriously in juries physicians said that nature. were of a serious CeadbeUd by the Xaverlcji Brothers rotilflpnt of tha Host ( jured early Thursday moral" when literitable. Wa .are far from de- - The' pollee have been unable to And wiriolv irnnwn BWeaiiao taa siuum blaze on the Ctassleal,Preparatory D9rtmeat, Lars i U) aasallaats, with stomach he slipped and fell from the roof He was fighting ajiiur wr. We are by bo meanB i a clew vletimhis unconscious who left Bml, lo o seriously ill r'lov sail Vain rr ilia TClaror Provision ClimMllV roof top when the a saw Oeursei. Faol, Well BqulBpe Qyma Fifth tild hnm. in the SwlamUBr ' their . 9t. Jaarat, Dtr. r4ly for It, Yt It Ma to be guttr. 'streets. He has bee III for fve building, Thirty-eight- h and Market him slip and plunge to the ground. tss. Tana HOLY WEEK. i Fores ighted planning and an anticipation of the preterit disturbed market conditions enable us to announce an.unuiual collection of Tailored Suits in fabrics now difficult to obtain at $25.00. Serge, Poirct Twill, Gabardine, Burella, Poplin and other weaves, in black, tan, navy, gray, rose, green. (S Because of the extreme demand for Suits of these cloths we predict their If prompt selling. ft -- "- -- w,. ..i. RUSSO-BRITIS- H &$44$t44frf ROBERTSON SHERIFF VOTE 4 loop-bol- es ITOIfc SOCIETY. fiiff WS3ttSSa3SSSSaKK8a nt triage H. S. McNUTT BEAUTIFUL GIFTS bride-to-b- Church Supply Company Twenty-sevent- 1916 EASTER WEEK 1917 The Year ill . ,' p WM. T. McNALLY SHERIFF half-ton- o 4QUAKER MAID' WOLFE TONE. COMPANY, I AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES e, FALHSCITYVULCANIZINGCCX Pearl of Nelson, Antl-Catho- llc anti-Americ- an LADIES - are-goln- g out-of-to- 508-51- pro-Engli- sh 20-f- t. 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SI DQNTXSTJ 430 ACCESSORIES Georgctto Crepe Collars; in ex- Plnucn Lace Collars; also coat tra largo squaro shape; hand and dress sets; in whito and embroidered and hemstitched ecru; worth to $2.50; special border; special price, at, each 50o IUUI I 1J1.UW 'in black and col- Circular Veils; ors; prices, each, Georgette Collars; trimmed with $1.60 and $1.10 filet lace; in assorted patterns; special at, each 50c Mesh Veiling; In plain and- fancy meshes and border effects; Collar and Cuff Sets; made of black and colors; worth to Georgetto crepe with 50c; per yard ,..25c or hemstitched borGeorgctto Crcpo Collars; in asders; In all the new shapes sorted colors and trimmed and sizes; priced from $1.00 with filet laco; large squaro to 82.50 shapes; prices, each 50c Collar and Cuff Sets; made of Windsor Tics; made of crepe do organdie; embroidered, hemchine; In sport stripes, dots, etc.; extra large size; a 50c stitched or lace trimmed; quality; on salo for. .20c priced from 25c to., $2.00 Windsor Ties; made of Windsor Ties; made of crepe de and crepe do chine; In chine flag in American solid colors and sombre efdesigns; prices, each, 29c fects; all tho popular shades; special at, each and 15c ...25c v DRESS Mflt SEE FOOLEY TOk MONEY ENGRAVERS RELIABLE P. R. FOOLEY Courier-Journ- al CONFIDENTIAL WILIcn ENGRAVING COMPANY Xtoom 1, Building 80S 41S Home Fourth Street ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS MS W. Mala St., LouisrUle, Ky Homo Phone Cltr 6874 - Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS soerarSi quttxrixs, gpouxarci orrr and farm TIh JOHN B. O'LEARY & Headquarters for CO. lace-trimm- ed property. jos. us about anything In real estate. We sell, buy and rent. ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. tell West Broadway, Xrtj&Uvill, Xy. Home Phone City 4464. Roofs Repaired and ralnted See J 803 Walnut Street Wall Paper and Window Shades Room Mouldings, Picture Frames aad Window Shades Made to Order. Homo Phono City 2517. 5Bir,Eie East Resldenco Phone, Pewee Valley Phone, City 8180. 31-- J JOS. DALY 120 mes-sall- ne CONTRACTING PAINTER West Green Street, Louisville, Ky YELLOWSTONE The Great American TAYLOR & WILLIAMS INCORPORATED. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED 00. WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, Distillers Of OLD PORTUNA "HOLLENBACH" 538 W. Mala St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE LoalsrUle, Ky BOCK BEER OUT TODAY Frank Fehr Brewing Company Phoenix Brewing Company Schaefer-Meye- 4v44K444444" 9 t I KY. MIKE Swan Street WIEDER 1011 Machino Shop. WM. AUGUSTUS Auto Repairing PRICES REASONABLE Work Guaranteed Homo Phone, Highland 1472 44iMI"H-M-IWM"-H-l"Ht Contractor of Excavating, All ConKinds of crete and Wrecking. . r Brewing Company 820 E. Cossin Ave. Homo City 2000 Senn & Ackerman Brewing Company Geo. Wiedemann Brewing Company Christ Brewing Company Southern Indiana Brewing Company Clifton Brewery The John F. Oertel Company Fall City Brewing Company West Louisville Brewing Company Lexington Street Brewery John E. & Frank Walter fDINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT F. F. X. L. BEER NONE PURER NONE BETTER K DOUGHERTY & McELLIOCT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. Funeral Directors and Embalmers I CUrab. Maiu ' SODS-- a both 1 jphoovjb;. Home City 2008 l'n4frH"H-4"-M"M--W-H- mWVVbVV J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS UUJOil L'UUSSU OO I'i'K HI HH IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE 9444et2 f LOUISVILLE, KY, liUMJiUHUVAU 31A.1XM iSU 7Ay OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. FUNERAL DIRECTORS JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED 822 Sfteet. MUMHHMmHUVMWUHHMHHIMHUMmWMUUmHHWW I i AND EMBALMERS. ra&st MadLo. PHONE CITY 859. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager "ONE FOR ALL, ALL FOR ONE." GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Peerless Common i Funeral f RETREAT A SUCCESS. IRATTERMAN I The retreat for young men under Council the auspices of Mackln closed Sunday morning at St. AnBOTH PHONES 810. thony's church with a "general com munion. The attendance at the A. O. H. morning and evening services exSOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. retreat ceeded expectations and the DIVISION 3. m ji crntlfvlnc success. Almost the entire center of tho largo church First and Third Monday, Hibernian was occupied Sunday morning by 0 Homo, Portland. those who received the sacrament President John M. Riley. and heard words of praise tfrom the Vico President Tim O'Leary. Home VhoH SLnwaee 484 Camfecrlaacl. West 11 fathers of St. Anthony's. Recording Secretary John Martin. AIDS RELIEF WORK. Socrotary Financial John J. Broderlck. Holy Trinity School Society and Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. INCORPORATED. Sergeant-at-Arm- s the Sarto Club of New Albany, of Pat Bogley. which Mrs. Edward J. Hackett Is Sentinel Thomas Noone. Chairman, hold a meeting at tho homo of Mrs. Hackett on Sunday DIVISION 4. afternoon to arrange for relief work on account of the tornado disaster Meets second and fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. that visited that city. Cm& 3101 WEST BROADWAY President Thomas Lynch. Vice President John J. Barry. ROUSING PICNIC PLANNED. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Tho Catholic Orphan Society is Langan, 807 West Oak. "As Near to You as the Newest Phone' making marked progress under tho Recording Secretary William P. new leadership headed by D. F. McDonogh. Oar Special $3.00 Spray Murphy. Already plans aro being Treasurer John F. Burke. of Thomas Oar Special $5.00 Wreath formulated for a rousing Fourth St. Sergoant-at-Arm- s Funeral Directors July picnic on tho grounds at The largest values In Fuse-fa- l Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Vincent's Orphanage. All friends of Embalmers. Flowers ever offered In the Orphan Society aro asKea to Louis villa. meet at St. Vincent's on Easter Y. M.L 81G XTOCStR Sunday and get in touch with this For prompt delivery call 723 great charity work. Telephone 10X2. both phones. MAOKIN COUNCIL, 905. ps m AUDIENCE PLEASED. Meets Monday evenings at Club La.isvilli Business Colligt House,-34North Twenty-sixt"Pntrlrla or tho Unknown Mar President S. O. Hubbuca. tyr" was presented by the higher BruauH ar Vice 'Preeideat William "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" 1 classes of Holy Rosary Acaaemy &i A. First noivzB. Link. 1 Hall Friday night ana Bertrand fcurth Mcnue laurrHrv SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS tha larea audience showed Its E. Second Vice Preeideat Raymond Sehott Flowers telegraphed everywhere." pleasure by frequent applause. The Financial Secretary William G. Under tie Management of "villain" of the play, Flavla, was Buckel. well taken by Katherine Menne, Recording Secretary Robert while Patricia, aB acted by Mary Victor Collins, aroused sympathy. Morris. Treasurer George J. Thornton. (Formerly with Spenserian) Ethel " Greeley and Margaret uoit Marshal Joseph ,Hohman. There were eood in their wtrts. Mr. MeCarty is still doing that r. Inside Sentinel Morris was a matinee" Saturday afternoon. work that Spenserian olioltoM have told you about to Outside Sentinel James HIM. NOTRE DAME JUBILSE. pMt aixteea year. Say and Night Classea. of Cardinals NORTON BUILDING . O'Coanetl of Gibbons and Baltimore, the Catholic church in the United PJmbm: Collate Office, Oity 788?; Farley of States, will attend the eeleferatten Boston Cmttfc, Mala 418. Reside, OKy N. W.Cwicr FHrlk well as virtually of the diamond Jubilee' " of Notre New York, ' 4171; Otts. Wart 12. every member of tbe hierarchy of Dame University, June IS, 1818-182- Director and Embalmer SOCIETY DIRECTORY HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY. Rev. II. S. Spalding, S. J., of Loyola Univorsity, Chicago, will arrive In Louisville tomorrow to con, Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Cumb. Phone West 191 duct a three days' retreat for the senior pupils of Holy Rosary Academy. Father Spalding is a brother of- Sister M. Rose, tho present Superior at Holy Rosary. During his stay hero he will bo the guest of very Rev. Father Crowley and tho Dominican fathers. - WIEDEMANN l.tconro RATED Tim Home Phone 1913 'A BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. GROUND FOR NEW SCHOOL. SCANNELL Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers future growth of tho congregation, have acquired a largo plot of ground near the church upon which they will erect a modern school building. A building fund will be created and It will be several years before it will be nocessary to commence the work of erection. EUCIUtE AND LOTTO. strength, excelleac flame Rev. Father Weiss and tho people Bold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, of St. George's church, South EighQRUBER & DEUSER. Maaagers, Louisville, Ky. teenth street, with a view to the BE SURE TO-CAL- L FOR H.B0SSES0N and Dig-na- n. AVENUE The Young Ladies' Sodality of StPatrick's church are busy preparing for a euchre and lotto entertainment to bo held on Monday and Tuesdoy, April 9 and 10, in tho school hall at Thirteenth and Market. They will arrange for special features and the entertainment of a large gathering. NICK WARISSE HURT. - McRENNA WHISKY. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. h. snot r. l. Mccarty FRED e ERHART While cranking his automobile Tuesday afternoon at his garage, 370 North Twenty-sixtstreet, Nick Warisse, head of the Warlsse Baking Company, sustained a fracture ef (his right arm, from which he Will bo incapacitated for several Dr.-weeks. M. Dwyer, who attended the Injured man, took tilm to or. Michael Casper, who took' or the fracture. an y Mr. Warisse then was removed to his h x-ra- H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. Autos and Taxis For Hire BOTH PHONES 2399 homo. Mcfe-grad- ARCHITECT But-time- nl Jttttrm o of soda aad flour enough to make a stiff batter. Drop from spoon feto hot krd ad fry. BREAKFAST HOPTOADS. Very alee ifor breakfast with offee, One cupful eour mHk, one egg, one-ba- lf teaspoonful salt, one Give us a trial for first - class service. We are as close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and. night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. . Toting & Berry Auto Co. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. 0 ' 'PTC ' A JLCETTTJOKIY IRISH ItECENT DEATHS. AMEJO-AJ!tf- . HERMAN STRAUS SONS MARKET STREET Tuesday morning tho funeral of Thomaa R. Bohr, aged twenty-onwas held from Saorod Heart church. Ho was the son of tho late John s, Bohr and Is survived by two Mrs. William Horl and Miss ' Mlnnio Bohr. e, sis-tor- eeeeeeeeeeeeatee4e4e4eette la ConnectwaJfithjJames IXCOUPORATtD Stewart Dy Goods Co McCrcery 5. Co. Newark. If We Give and Redeem Qold Trading Stamp. CONFIRMATION Margaret Needhain, the nineteen-yoar-ol- d daughter of Mrs. Ann Needham, 1826 High street, succumbed to a complication of diseases Tuesday afternoon, leaving a wide circle of friends who mourn her death. Besides her mother sho leaves three sisters and two brothers. Tho funeral was held ThursSt. Cecilia's day morning from church. gloom to two Death brought homes in Holy Namo parish Sunday afternoon, when Mrs. May Dorothy wlfo beloved of Roy Howoll, Howell, Taylor and Berry boulevard, and Mrs Carrie Zankor, wife of August' Zanker, ' 3017 South WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. SUITS Oft It's Good To Slip Into These New Clothes, Men! ; The new Bpring lines of men's and young men's suite and lightweight overcoats are ready at Stewart's. A full variety of the new season's styles are shown. tip FOR BOYS NORFOLK SPITS MADE OF BLUB SERGE PRICED AT Fourth street, were called into were eternal rest. Tho funerals held Wednesday morning from Holy Namo church. For tho bereaved husbands many friends express heartfelt sympathy. Michael $4.95 $5.95 $6.45 1 White J. Scanlon, for years '& member of the local police force and noted for fearlessness, died early Saturday morning after a illness of stomach trouble. years old lind He was thirty-flv- o resided at 753 South Shelby street. Ho is survived by his wife, Mrs. a sister, Alma Gallwey Scanlon; 'Mrs. Thomas Maloney, of this city, and two sisters living In Chicago. ,The funeral took place Tuesday 'morning from St. John's church, Rev. Father Sdhuhmann celebrating .the requiem mass. lin-cerl- nc to these smart, now models in now grays, greens, tans, browns, club checks, needlo stripes and the many other colors and patterns for which demand will be pronounced. Nd matter what your taste maV be, whether for the conservative or tho dressier styles, you can be well suited. No charges are made for alterations. Clothing of This Worthy F. B. Q. Make Here For Choice at $15, $20, $25 to $30. It is refreshing to turn from the tiresome winter things ft "9 Boys' New Suits, Including Many For Confirmation Wear at $5.95, $7.50, $10, $12.50, $15, $18. hard play of sturdy boys requires just such good wearing suits as these hero at Stewart's, yet nothing is lacking in the styles that boys like. Particular attention is directed to our blue sergo suits for confirmation wear. The win 1 Shirts and Blouses TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION 60c 79c SLIP YOUR FiEET Into a Pair of Emerson Shoes and Know Real Comfort. ':&&& o HONEST ALE, THROUGH, Wide Variety For Your Selection, in Black oo Tan, High or Low Famiiy Shoe Fitters. VOLZ & MICHAEL 336 West Has been tho favorite kind. The quality is the best and our prices are the fairest. Try our New Blend, 2 :.2 lbs Market St. 1 FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS MULLOY'S GOOD COFFEE hnP r I1 Special Auto Delivery Service. JOHN M. MXJLLOY Both Phones 1323 212 W. Market St. 1885. 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Reefers. daughter of pains about tho faeart, which caused her death a few minSUITS utes after the arrival of Dr. F. M. Walker. Mrs. Welsenberger is sur- ' Joseph H., vlved by three sons, Theodore P. and Frank WelsenOF COLUMBUS berger. and two daughters. Mrs. R. W. DeHoney and Mrs. J. H. Lutko-niplVnneml anrvlccs were held by Thursday morning, attended Late News That Will Interest many mourning friends. Members Here and RECEIVED PROM THE MINES DAILY The passing of Mrs. Bridget Gorman, who died Saturday night at the Sacred Heart Home, takes from her friends and relatives one long MrB. loved above the ordinary. There will be three initiations in Gorman was eighty years old and ' tho widow of Michael Gorman. Her Oklahoma during April. What They Have Been Doing wholo life wa3 pervaded by common PROMPT DELIVERIES There woro 145 sanity third degree class candidates in the beautiful senso and that at Syracuse. the Past Week General which looks out on lifo with kindly, Over fifty candidates will bo inNews Notes. tolerant eyes, seeing tho best in itiated at Torre Hauto on April 15. overy ono and in God's appointed Tho UNCOItrORATED) ways. Surviving her aro one daugh- - apolis annual initiation at Indianwill take place April 22. 3 will meet nest Monday ter, Mrs. Mary Calishor, of Douglas, There will be a largo class. Dlvlsion Both Phones 157 209 Speed Building Ariz., and four sons, ratncK, jonn, evening The auditorium of tho magnifi? 'u?2El cent K. of C. homo at All agree that tho parade was T" $M$4$4eKS4K$S'44ss andnd"d' Terro Hauto Place tho. biggest boost for tho order- - dn her son, John Gorman, has a seating capacity of 1,800. years itno home of Mobile, will' Soon 37 Rev! iiavo theafter Easter Syracuse Hibernians extended greatest Initiation since tho order was Introduced Into Ala' requiem high mass ana paw iepung bama. A Our ball team in the Twin City to her exemplary life and It Is announced that tho Knights League showed up strong in practice trlbuto viriuto. mnnv of Tulsa, Okla., will begin the erecInst Hnndav nfternnon. tion of a $100,000 club house early That you spent for something you did not N E ED would have started a More than 100 members were this fall. TIUN1TY COUNCIL. SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED seated at the annual banquet of Di Many candidates received the first vision 11 ai uuca, is. 1. mArnhftrfl of degreo on Sunday at Covington. ToAtfntilnrr r.,3n, twico a year; There MAY COMK a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" Tom Langan's recitation on the rri,(tv nnnnnll. Y. M. I., heard a morrow tho major degrees will bo mast be spent for somethiag you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the need of a little sand has become a forceful oration Christopher conferred. on and. motto with tho mom- - Columbus, delivered toy Cashan P. dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever comiag, Newport Council will havo its an, hers. jjead, and it was pronounced by tho for tho children on aro doing larjje number present ono of tho nual St. Paul Hibernians Easter Sunday, for whom excellent things right.. Last week they in- - ,uest lectures the council lias over entertainment has been arranged. itiated fifty' candidates into tho heard. Mr. Head gives promise of be hands of tho order. developing into ono of the notablo K. Utlca will May in tho 23, when 700 21 to of C. on Starting fn 1837 with fifteen orators of the day, and his many visitors will bo delegates the Ancient Order at lty with his subject was not tho there for and New York State connow four divisions least striking part of his discourse, vention. tho Torre' Haute has Fifth and Court Place. Although yet a youth ho seems suro and a strength of over COO. The council at Plqua, Ohio, has Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Terre of sucess In whatever profession he bought a handsome y brick Haute has progressed rapidly dur- - may adopt. Next Monday evening to which in SgpsSgsffijgcjgia Ing tho past fow years and now has Rev. P. M. Monaghan will lecture mansion for a home,auditorium and an Ion "Tho Last Day," when another the near futuro bo added. two substantial divisions. This gymnasium will attendance is One of tho best divisions in Ken-W- o of tho Fourth degreo knights lecture will carry with it plenty of Tho tucky is that at Ashland. district recom treasury is in good shape and tho food for thought and plenty of be obColumbus for new members looks Ta mend that so much asday Catholic served not a If you want expert service just call us up. We havo nqver been out day in but tho war begun and Kansas City Hibernians netted wffknoStorswiira'lso day,nuuui rather as auiscuvervi.which of dyes for ono moment since every description. You aro thoroughly iu niu meat ?2.000 from their St. Patrick's day ?! hPard cjin rest assured Arrangements have been mado by equipped to handle all work of entertainment, half of which thoy tho Knights of Newark, Ohio, for if you need dyeing wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Parcel Post gavo to tho House of tho Good tho purchase of tho building of tho Service. BOOK BEEIt TODAY. Shepherd. on Main Swisher Cigar Company Tho members of Division 3 aro Tho ramnant blllv KOat With the street, to which improvements will over tho success of tho St. elated , wnfakera is out again with bo made. Patrick's entertainment. tho. pro-tLt made its wont to St. Patrick's riohnt. That snrlnE has the "Bock" of Tomorrow morning the Knights ceeds of which Is what Columbus, Ohio, will close their INCOnPOItATKD. new scnooi .. .l.i nA In 4niinTl with annual retreat at tho BOTH Never have the Hibernians saw German foik.ioro, ana to many more Tho attendance has been Cathedral. 426 S. Fifth St. PHONES 2635. Louisville, Ky. gratifying so many St. Patricks day banquets anythlnK about to Bishop Hartley and tho Very ,n ot kn as this year. All elements vied In u Eimbeck, where the famous Ilov. Edward J. Walsh, S. J., who making, them eucessful and long to 0 but who know was the retreat master. ot lta do romemDerea. that Bocc sounda m!ghty good to aiutiuuuui, muuuuttj ! BENEFIT BASEBALTj GAME. them about tniB umo overy year, dent of tho Ladies' Auxiliary, was Germim people found tho long and tendered an elaborato banquet last coj,j winters tiresome and thoy A picked team of tho Twin City, a tVin woatr In Af tnnpnnnlla , tirhlln nn !hcr ... . . .,vvmuai nnnw1,. 4r ...u .looKea lorwuru MMi cubowj could tbo local Catholic baseball leaguo, way to Winnipeg. looming of Bpring when they will meet Manager "Tweezo" Harper's Sutcllffo team at Eclipso Park Ancient Order that thorp is none a Joyous festival tho coming of tomorrow afternoon in a benefit L.ow nobler, none grander, jiono deeper spring, tho festival being of an im- - gamo for thb New Albany cyclone In tho affections of tho Irish raco in portanco equal to Christmas among sufferers, and every amateur basetho United States. tho modern Germans. It was at ball fan In Loulsvillo should bo season and on this occasion that present to aid this worthy cause. Denver Hibernians broke all accustomed The teams aro evenly matched and ords at their St. Patrick's day ball, tho castle brewer was or. oeer, ino it i3 a case of "toss up, tako your This proved that doing away with to broach a special casu INCORPORATED. parade did not hurt tho best that he know how to make, choice," in picking tho winner, tho tho (and which had lain ripening for which should insure a treat togood Ing's entertainment. 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. for Dr. J. W. McCrann, who will bo months in the castlo cellar, which many who aro hungry long a gamo of ball after tho winter Dome City 405 Comb. Mala 415 pfitnomiiprflf nv inn oiiinr rAainenTa was nameu miucm. . .. season. Owner. Wathan has kindly of Louisville, gavo an eloquent ana donated tho park, the players havo EASTER EGG HUNT. patriotic toast to "Our President" donated their services and It Is up at tho Hibernian banquet at Omaha. largo Tho annual egg hunt for tho boys to tho fans to turn out in There are no more earnest workdf Ct Thnmns find St. numbers tomorrow in aid of this ers for tho Ancient Order in this worthy cause. Tho lineups will bo State than the Howards, father and Vincent's Asylums will bo held this as follows: Twin City Bossmeyor. sons, of Ashland. They hayo been year on Easter Sunday afternoon on s. s.; O'Brien, 3b.: Timperler and moving spirits there for many n nrnnmia nt Rt. Vincent's Homo Hack.'c; O'Laughlln, r. f.; Bosler, The Best Straight Whisky On Earth; years. at Payne and Cavowood. Tho boys c. t.; Voor, lb.; Morris or Mattlngly, Tho Hibernians of Itomo, N. Y., from St. Thomas will bo brought p.; O'Hara 1. f.; J. Hogan, 2b. after their banquet, marched in a over In tho street cars and returned Sutcllffes Crab and Horn, c; body to St. Peter'B church and lis- homo again before dusk. Any do- Weller or Cooper, p.; F. Harper, INCORPORATED on St. nations toward tho expense may bo lb.; E. Harper, 2b.; Bradbmy, tened to an excellent sermon Patrick by tho Rov. Father John left with, the local pastors, or If s. s.; Jackson, 3b.; Hogan, 1. f.: Sole Omiiri Itcgistered Diat. No. 33 preferred remittances may bo mado Netherton, c. f,l Durnlng, 1. f. J, Higgins, of Taberg. Tho largo audience . was mucn direct to Treasurer M. A. McQee, President Frank A. Relchert, of tho Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West Main Street. nlenwxl with tho InctuVfl delivered with the Rogers Church Goods Com- Twin City Leaguo, is master of afstreet by Iter. William F. Dougherty, the pany, 129 South Fourth fairs, and is working like a Trojan giltea pastor or at. vincom ao Cuiuh. fa'outh 808-- Y to havo tho amateur hall players Horn. City fllOl "SEVEN IiAST WORDS." Paul's parish, Syracuse, lor the a leading figure in tho help of the benefit of Division 22 at Scranton. New Albany unfortunates. Tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock So great was the gathering that Cathedral, at St. Boniface and St. Anthony's JVAUNCH NEW WAR VESSEU the spacious Boston which aat8 4,000, was Inadequate churches the choirs will sing DuINCORPORATED. Tho superdreadnought New MexLast ico, under construction at the New Seven to accommodate the Hibernians who bois' eantata, "The The services York Navy Yard, will he launched assembled to receive holy com Words of Christ." Coal.. Quality munion at a special maw celebrated will close with benediction and at late in April. Miss Margaret C. short De Baca, daughter, of the. late byCardinal O'Connell. It was nec- St. Boniface there will be a O. F. essary for the overflow to attend a sermon by 'Father Sigismund, of New Mexico, haa been des- Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avesue ignated as sponsor. M. mass In the baaetneat chapel. eeeeeeeeeeeee4eeegg eeeeeeeeeeeee-ee- Iff e I $1.00 , or Ulfflfl FRESH COAL $5 HIBERNIANS. du Pont Lump Central Coal & Iron Co. . ' I ! SSX'whoJo V"" C, "' The Last Dollar bj-wo- ) egg-rolli- Ky. Title Savings Bank familiar-member- s, and Trust Co. I two-stor- iSffiSSSNSSfii msm Oregon-Washingt- Xf "X SlXSufs t , PULS CLEANING $ DYEING CO. 4 f 11 TRY A LOAD OF FOR HOME USES. jui-B- . - m Wallins Creek Lump Coal High in Heat. j in Ash. I roc-'th- l3 , S6ANL0N 60flL 60MPflNy -- ,. . i -j ie , OLDBARBEE JtyO. T. BARBEJE & CO. DOUGHERTY & LANN1NG COAL CO. - Best Pittsburg and Jellico Gov-ers- or