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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1917. mon around hlmfothor distinguished prohibition dispensers of religious prejudice, such las Crowley, Watson, Soquln, lattory, etc 1$ would bo whollyi proper to have as chaperono for Stho 'Kiddles' tho Martyr In Black!" EI Nomo Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVIII. PRICE HVE CENTS. EASTER Next to Clirlstmns Greatest Festival in tlie Christian Church. LOYOLA The Founder of tho Society of .Tesus Seen in Now X lahan, of Iioulsvillc, for his attack Iconoclast. I know Col. Callahan pretty? well and am acquainted with "his activities in Interesting Deduction of a Dispute Over Day For a Time Louisville. Ho Is a respected citizen community, but not a leader Scholar and in tho the Source of Much ' I am a Catholic by any means. K Writer. Bitterness. myself and just as good a Catholic W'Wtf as Col. Callahan, So you must not let yourself bellove that Col. Callaflfe-v- v ft&fZWtimL han is tho mouthpiece of tho CathReformation Drought Chaos, InSystem Prevails and CeItoraan olic church In this country." F, L. Herbert, of Miami,' Flo., stability, Confusion and -lebration on Same Day said in writing and sent a carbon W&mULwtk; . Religious Strife. afe? Everywhere. copy to Col. Cajlahan: "In stating that you prefer' reading the Menace., etc., to tho conoclast you will rapidly counterbalance all tho good BBSS5iflBBwB&lgt Jw i?iN9 foffi Sri Wf Mr. Wlndlo has accomplished in UNCERTAINTY BREEDS DISORDEI ERROR OF THE METONIC SYSTEM JRntHflfci our cause, and jn the end destroy your own political ambitions." There wero many other comments along the samo line, but in In a recent publication entitled Next to Christmas, Easter is the tho samo, issue of tho Iconoclast Is "Psychic Epidemics" Dr. Hellpach. greatest festival of the Christian contained a defenso by tho Light, a scholar of eminence in tho field church. In primitive times it was tho local paper of A. P. A. tenden of psychological research, combats usual for Christians to ealute ono cies. The Light, Jn defending Callait the widely spread notion that another on the morning of this day han, says the Iconoclast Is "owned "psychic epidemics" are tho result by oxclalmlng "Christ Is risen," and controlled by devout members of of suggestion. In his opinion they to which tho saluted person reCol. Callahan's own church." Of pKII.HHW.KW I IMHWH.HI.M liliaill are chiefly of hysterical origin. We plied "Ho is risen, indeed," or this tho Iconoclast says: aro not here concerned with the "And lhath, appeared unto Simon" Wo agree to forfeit $10,000 to OUT OF THE TRENCHES. correctness of his views, but with a custom retained in the Greek tho editor of Light or anybody else NEW MILITARY CAMERA. For the first time In many months the soldiers are out of the rather to draw attention to his church. The common name of this who can prove that Sergeant J. S. Frewor, of the Aeronautical Academy, probably tho Is owned or controlledtho Iconoclast trenches. Photo shows French soldiers at campflro at night. somewhat unusual Interpretation of by tho Cathfestival in the East was tho holding the new "gun" d the tension which had paschal feast, because kept at the most skilled aerial photographer in America, square mile of territory. olics or the liquor interests. If wo should havo to pay that forfeit same time as the Jewish Pass- camera. This camera can photograph one of the Republican machino has been seized upon life at the closo of tho we- would have to go out of busiover, and In some measure succeeddone by the sleuths and near sleuths Middle Ages, and while intensified ness. Hero Is your chance, you ing to it. In the sixth of the month on which the new moons who are endeavoring to keep track by tho Reformation was combated A. P. A. and prohibition advocates, Ancyran canons it is called tho should fall during that year of the of voters who move. For this duty by Ignatius of Loyola as it manito annihilate us at one fell swoop! cycle. The Metonlc cycle was a "Great day." they fill out a blank telling where fested Itself in the spiritual life of If tho editor of Light does not The term "Easter" Is derived period of nineteen years. It had the voter used to live, his height, the times. accept this offer, within thirty days Dr. deity, been observed by Meton, an Athfrom "Eastre," a Saxon weight, ago, who his relations are, justifiedHellpach considers himself as a liar. In Local Circles Having Many how ho voted before, how be stands speaking of conylctod whose feast was celebrated every enian philosopher, that tho moon he will the late inMiddle Ages. hysteria of When tho editor of tho Light This, to year in the spring, the name being returns to have its changes on tho vote this timo and what he likes Factional Fights and pheretained when tho character of the samo month and day of .the month Strikes Responsive Chord in makes a positive statement it should to eat for his meals, etc., etc. These him, is a bo tho truth. nomenon, "a genesis en If that is tho right of a Rows. feast was changed. Easter is in in the solar year, after a lapse of blanks aro returned to Mr. Searcy's diseased vision affecting masse entire Article Criticising Colonel definition of tho editor then tho the name, as well as in reality, tho nineteen years, and so, as it were, office in the Kenyon building, Where editor of tho Light Is not an historical times Alto run a cycle. Ho published his Patrick. Callahan feast of the resurrection. all of this information is filed, to and mado complexion of thomorbid editor. Ho is A malicious, Ignorup of colorless though there has never been any discovery at the Olympic games, B. bo rechecked as tho voter grows ant, 'prejudiced ilandorer and liar. changes (exhaustion, exhaltation, difference of opinion in the Chris- C. 433, and the cyclo has ever since The very fast thjat Light, an A. IP. Louisville Herald Ignores Pro- older or changes his tastes, and all excitement) duo to the Bplrit of tho tian church as to why Easter is borne bis name. thrown out if ho moves into a now times and affecting the historical A. paper, felt called upon to test of Former Old Guard kept, there has been a good deal But though the new moon really Letters From Prominent Cathoneighborhood. Col. Callahan Is first-claas to when it ought to be kept. It happened on the samo day of the Republicans. To keep up the interest in tho complexion of entire life." evidence that Callahan has mado a lics Praising Policy of tho Reformation Then is ono of the movable feasts that year after a space of nineteen Maas campaign one night a meeting which notcame failuro of his Knights of Columbus only did not eradicate is, it Is not fixed to one particular years as it did 'before, it fell an Brann Paper. is held in Gambrinus Hall, resoluJob. In tho samo Issue of Light but day, like Christmas day. Easter hour earlier on that day, which in tions being adopted indorsing the these epidemics, "For," rather furthat praises Callahan I And a our moves backward and forward, ac- tho course of time, as will be seen, Chilton-Searc- y Method For Get- undertaker's candidacy, and the next thered them.is inevitably says case beautiful boost for Rev. Otis the cording as the full moon next after created a serious error that had to night tho same Is repeated down author, "as religious upheaval, It tho gentleman who is enginting a Line on Louisville tho vernal equinox falls nearer or be reckoned with and caused much Scathing Denunciation of Light, eering tho Luther revival. On antown at Pfister's Hall, with the with every farther from the equinox. The ac- confusion. A cyclo was then framed same speakers, same resolutions and (the Reformation) brought in its Voters. other page under tho caption, "Two the Local years, and cepted rule for ascertaining the at Rome for eighty-fou- r pretty much the samo audience. This train chaos, Instability, unbounded aro run Reformations minds of day upon which Easter falls is as generally received by tho Western tho pictures of Martin Luther and is the only mention of Republican confusion into tho unbridled thou Publication. relig follows! Easter day is always the church, for it was then thought F. J. Shoppard. j Mr. Sheppard, acpolitics found in tho Herald, and sands; unleashed ious strlfo not only In the lite of first Sunday after tho full moon that in this space of time the cording to Llgljt, is a second SQUIRE DACHER ANNOUNCES despite the protests of the old line the people as such, but also in tho which happens upon or next after moon's changes would return, not Luther. I suppose, It is with keen and old guard Republicans tho Her- very soul-lif- e of tho individual." March 21, and if tho full moon only to the 'name day of the month Col.' Callahan reads onlovment that ald will continue to turn a deaf ear The pillars of the ancient faith had , ,. ISSUESASWEEPJN(LCHALLENGE liappens upon a Sunday, Easter day but or the week as well. haLIghthasosay.jibcJtbo fci&Uot&i tqthelr protests and anyone an- tottered and in utter helplessness During tho time that Easter was ls the Sunday after. nouncing for 'office' not "favorable to men, placed In a new" spiritual enThe local Republicans just now the Chilton-SearcMr. Shoppard and Martin Luther. The paschal controversy, which kept according to this cycle Britain get vironment, so to say, had grasped machine are having strenuous rows in their a knock out blow from the will for a time divided Christendom, was separated from tho Roman Herald. tho straws which the new faith ofgrow out of a diversity of custom. empire, and the British churches RECENT DEATHS. ranks but, strange to say, they arc Thus it will be seen tho Herald will Brann's Iconoclast seems to havo fereddevils and demons. Tho being ignored by the Louisville HerThe churches of Asia Minor, in- for a time after the separation struck a popular chord In its re to go far from Its Wednesday morning tho funeral ald, which a week or two ago was not have scent political rowsown stakes of the witchcraft persecucluding many Judalzed Christians, continued to keep Easter according cent criticism of Col. Patrick H.. or tions lit up the victorious path of floor to years. Callahan, who accused tho Icono- of Frank Rafferty, aged twenty-seve- n publishing with great glee the ru- scandals. kept their paschal feast on the to this table of eighty-fou- r tho religious emancipation." years, was held from St. mored rows in the Democratic party samo day that tho Jews kept their British and Irish churches adopted clast of imposing on tho Catholics In Democratic camp indica A religious genius, Hellpach says. Passover, the fourteenth of Nlsan, tho Alexandrian rule, according to and said ho preferred tho A. P. A. Peter's church, Garland avenue. He over the nominations- for County tions the that a strong ticket will are tho Jewish month corresponding to which tho Easter festival could not papers as reading matter, Editor was tho son of William and Minnie Judge and Sheriff. Tho opening gun be chosen in a free for all primary, at that timo recognized tho real Tho our March or April. But the begin before March 8. About 100 Windlc, of the Iconoclast, publish- Rafferty and was well known In the In the Republican rumpus was fired tho only bone of contention thus far cause of this degeneracy. by Herman Monroe, the Republican being in tho Sheriff's race, and if Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of churches of the West, remember- years later the English churches ing some of tho comments in tho southwestern section of tho city. Loyola are in his estimation "a ing that the Lord's resurrection conformed to the Roman rule. Tho April issue, somo of which aro ap who is outspoken in his the selection. Is with- magnificent attempt to conquer this The funeral of Thomas Qulnlan, denunciation of tho Chilton-Searc- y took place on a Sunday, kept their Roman system now prevails tho pended: as it is being rumored, tho hysteria, while retaining the ancient E. J, Ettinger, of Pittsburgh, an aged and respected resident of machine and Undertaker Maas, tho drawn, will festival on tho Sunday following world over, and Easter is celebrated open Pa., wrote: "As a member of the this city, was held Sunday afternoon machine's pot cholco for Mayor. Mr. decks above be cleared for an In no spiritual life." For the founder of Dy so on tho same day everywhere. the fourteenth of Nlsan. board primary. and K. of C. I wish to state that tho from St. doing they hoped not only to Charles church, Rev. Monroe says point blank that Maas' other race does there seem to be the Society .of Jesus knew tho seat and where it must rank and .file of tho organization Father Raffo conducting tho serv- nomination .the resurrection on the would bo especially FRIENDS REJOICE. feeling and the local Democratic of tho disease a cure was to bo be attacked if does not in any degree stand or ices. Tho deceased is survived by a pleasing to tho Democrats and that any day of tho week on which it press one exception, the liquor effected. Ho forbade asceticism, actually occurred, but also disTho legion of friends of Thomas fall on tho utterances of Col. P. H. sister, Mrs. J. W. Dickson, 2219 all of the humorists would work men, with wholesale and retail, and all tinguish themselves more effectually D. Clmes wero rejoiced when it be- Callahan, but since he has stated West Chestnut street overtime In kidding tho Republicans of those who want a harmonious that is so called, which ho supplanted by an almost military from the Jews. For a time this came known Tuesday that ho would ho could read the Menace or Yellow about having a handler of dead ones primary aro opposed to the ho forbado all that was Following difference was borne with mutual continue as County Treasurer of Jacket rather than tho Iconoclast Walter Herbert, seventeen years for a standard-beare- r. selection, believing that charity. And Jefferson county for tho next four It qualifies him to resign as Chair- old, who resided with his aunt, Mr. Monroe's outburst Jack Rich- his elimination will bring all Demo- unsystematic and trifling, and sub forbearance and a regulated course of life years, having received the unani- man of tho Bureau of Religious Mrs. Martin Wolff, 1359 when disputes began to arise South ardson, Eugene Dally, together, resulting in stituted tho Bishop of Smyrna, went on mous vote of the Fiscal Court. The Prejudices." Twentieth street, was buried Mon- Grlnstead, Wlllson and oth- cratic factions victorious front for and a systematic disciplining of the Imagination. Ho recognized Rev. Father Carberry, 0. F. M., day morning after funeral services ers began planning indignation a united and a visit to Rome and conferred with feeling that prevails throughout tho , fact that exhaustion robs the Brain Anicetas, Bishop of that city, upon city and county Is fully expressed rector of St Agnes church, Ash- at St Geprge's church. Ho was the meetings, protesting against tho November. Dacher was tho Of control over tho motary powers Squire Polycarp pleaded in the following editorial comment land, Wis., said In part: "On tho son of Simon P. and Emma Herbert, rough-sho- d tho question. methods of tho Chilton-Searc- y only new Frank aspirant for office this muscles to while Anicetas adduced the practice In tho Evening Post and with which other hand, the groat majority of both of whom are dead. machine. It is hardly ex- week, announcing for the Demo- and allows limbs and an Immoral pected that Joe Conkling, Roscoo cratic nomination for City Treas- arrogato to themselves of St. Peter and St. Paul. Con- all having business with tho County your opponents, who have prohibition kinks in. their brain cells and cessions wore made by neither eide, Treasurer will agiee: Funeral services over the remains Conkllng and Dr. Lewis Ryans will urer, and his largo following among autonomy. Ho saw, too, that unprejudice worms in and so the matter was dropped, or "Thomas D. Clines is ono Fiscal religiousdigestive organs, often their of Joseph Boes, an aged member of work in harmony with the machino tho younger and active Democrats certainty in spiritual life breeds proand confusion rather held in abeyance, but the Court appointee with whom tho mentalarticles that only a hopeless St. Boniface congregation, were held after the rough deal they received will make him a formidable candi- disorder over to be tho and hands merest toy tho soul two Bishops continued in Christian now County Commission will find no duce morning, attended by many last summer, when asylum could Monday who mourn his death. Tho slaughtered in the G. O. they wero date. Inmate of a lunatic of visions. This morbidly developed friendship and concord. This was trouble in working. Tho friends P primary, Tho friends of Dr. H. E. Mech-iin- power of Imagination is in the ExWal- and they aro sure to bo numbered in A. D. 158. Toward the end of Tuesday by the Fiscal Court of Mr. approve." at the popular athlete and local orcises brought under control and Charles J. Cummins, Williams-por- t, deceased residedwas 813 East century, well known In with tho above protesters when the however, tho nut street and Victor, Clines as County Treasurer was referee, are urging him to announce mado to do service in tho attainPa., wroto: "Col. P. H. Calla- German Catholic circles. . Bishop of Rome, resolved to com- fairly earned by efficient public time comes. nominations for prohibition eruption against pel tho Eastern churches to con- service. to this, Houston for the Democratic hope that ho will ment of life's purpose. This power Mr. Clines' previous bank- han's In addition Brann's Iconoclast Is the most Coroner and many Imagination while morbid was Miss Carrlo Gnau, beloved daugh- Quin's friends aro indignant beform to tho Western practice, and ing experience has served him well following among of and ununfair, wrote an Imperious letter to the in the County Treasurer's office. He deserved utterance unjust conceived ter of Mrs. Mary Gnau, 2329 West cause he was shooed out of tho way do so as ho has a that would cer- still an experiment: it had to be of prelates of Asia, commanding them has Installed an admirable system by base ingratitude. over no othor Chestnut street, passed into tho life for Maas' benefit and they are num- all classes an votersto tho ticket in subordinated to tho will. Where For tainly bo aid thore was danger of this proper to keep the festival of Easter at of acountlng and has proved himself reason than that Brann's Iconoclast beyond Monday afternoon, leaving bered among tho relation being upset there prudence the time observed by the Western a diligent and competent public of- opposes prohibition Callahan would many friends who mourn her death. men. But despite all of this November. called a halt. . . . Loyola accomchurches. They naturally resented ficer." Her funeral was held Wednesday disaffection tho Louisville Herald Btako his partisan prejudice for a EASTER FOR TID3 ORPHANS. plished what was possible; ho kept morning from St. Mary's church on has nothing to say, not even menthis, and declared that they would mere political measure and forgot his order from hysterical degenkeep tho day at the timo they had Wednesday morning, Rev. Father tioning the protest meeting last POPULAR WITH MEMBERS. that Brann's Iconoclast, a The orphan girls of' St. Vincent's eracy. been accustomed to observe it. saying tho requiem Saturday night of tho protesting publication, owing Cath Westermann Dr. Hellpach concludes with the From this point tho disputo gathRepublicans, although representative Asylum and the orphan boys of Tho attendance at Trinity Coun- olics and tho Catholic church noth- mass. of not strength and became ered tho cil's meeting Monday evening was ing, had been her most unselfish, Wlllson and leaders Uko St Thomas Asylum will bo brought quory: "D003disease this mastertime of his years source of much bitterness. George Paulun, twenty-si- x Grlnstead wero among tho together tomorrow afternoon for the psychic tho largest that has been present most disinterested and most brilAt Hho commencement of the for a number of months and those liant defender. Brann's Iconoclast old, died Tuesday afternoon at St. number, and is evidently bowing to an Easter egg hunt on tho grounds Join hands across tho centuries with Chilton-Searc- y of St. Vincent's Orphanage, Payno Charkot the Grandmaster of refourth century matters had gone who attended wero awakened to tho has dono moro to destroy religious Anthony's Hospital, following an Its master's voice, tho to such a length that the Emperor fact that Trinity is moving along at projudlco and dethrone tho hydra-head- Illness with which ho was Btrlcken machine, who have controlled and Cavewood, and 'for them it will search In the field of tohysteria?" somo of subscribing Constantino thought it his duty to a rapid pace, rather Monoghan, monster of religious bigotry six weeks ago. He resided at 414 the political policies of the Horald be made a gala day by tho Cath- While not wo must concede that street, and since Its desertion of the Dull Mooso olic Orphan Society. All friends his views take stopa to stop the controversy Chairman of tho Literary Commit- than any othor ton Influences In South Twenty-secon- d gives hla and to insure uniformity of prac tee, made a short talk on "The tho United States combined. Horo leaves a father, Martin Paulun, and party. Just a few weeks ago repre of iliPRo little children1 are invited our eminent authority tice. For this purpose ho had a Last Day," and it was undoubtedly wo havo tho astounding situation two brothers and two sisters. His sentatives of tho Herald wero and the committee in chargo hopes rpadnrs nulte a different idea of great one of the best features of the lit- of a man who heads a commission funeral was hold Thursday morning braezlng about the big supply of there- - will be sucn an attendance Lyola from that which they itafford canon passed in tho Ecumenical Council at Nice, A. D. erary programme. The largo at- whose alms and purposes aro identi- from St. Charles Borromeo church. campaign matter in the Herald as will make the affair tho success who see in him a mere 325, "That everywhere tho great tendance can no doubt be attributed cal with that of Brann's Iconoclast locker to be used in linng at tne It should bo. Any ono wishing to and pass over, with tout a few scant SEMINARY COLLECTION. feast of Easter should bo obsorved to tho fact that Father Monoghan repudiating, yes, grossly slandering Democrats and the present adminis- contribute to tho expense may phrases, so ImportantB. a ofcharacter. C. V. C, upon ono and tho same day, and was scheduled to speak, as the that publication because, forsooth, tration when the campaign opened, make their donations to tne pasLast Sunday in all tho churches but the family row among the Re- tors or Treasurer M. A. McGee at that not tho day of tho Jewish members of Trinity realize that they It differs from him in the question RECTORY DAMAGED. Not content with of tho Louisville diocese was read publicans is forcing the Herald to the Rogers church goods store. Passover, but, as had been gen- are fortunate in having him as a of prohibition. erally observed, upon tho Sunday member and exceedingly fortunate this ungrateful outburst, he pub- a pastoral letter from tho Right keep its back against tho closet While mass was being celebrated to prevent following." And all In having him take such an active licly announces his 'preference for Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue, announc- door and not let tho G. O. P. skelAPPOINTS CHAPLAIN. church. Seventeenth in at further disputes as to time tho part in the affairs of the council. tho Menace and Yellow ' Jacket. ing that tho annual seminary collec- eton out. Tho tow has even affollowing rules were laid down: It is tho earnest hope of tho Lit Think of It! For the sake of pro- tion to support students preparing fected the machine leaders to tho week the Right Rev. Bishop and Garland, last Sunday morning, Last That March 21 shall be accounted erary Committee and tho officers of hibition he would stoop to base for tho priesthood would bo taken extent that they havo stopped their O'Donaghue appointed tho Rev. D. flro was discovered in mo awic oi fore the vernal equinox. That tho full tho council that the attendance, Ingratltudo and denounce the cause up at the Easter Sunday masses. preliminary work of canvassing to McShano to the chaplaincy of the the rectory, occupied by Rev. TTnliinp nml thn nrlcsts of the moon happening upon or next after whloh has been steadily increasing, most champion of the tovery labor- This is one of the important col- try and patch up the row. O'Lcarv Homo for old men. The be for which ho pretends of the year and those who March 21 shall be taken for the will continue to do so. will bo remembered that in tho former chaplain, Father Nicholas church. Prompt work by the fire It ing; take unto his bosom as a lections may rest although about Ryan, is seriously ill and for somo men, who wore lorcea 10 oreaa. election, that full moon of Nlsan. That the 'preference' tho very vilest expon- contribute mercy will assured their last n Dint a rnnf. flnvfid iho rec not let day next following tint full $40,000 was allotted by the Repub- timo past has 'been in the hospital God in his Lord's HELP SCHOOL FUND. He, of religious prejudice. tory, which suffered a loss that will moon be Easter day. But If the Everj arrangement has been per- ents the sake of prohibition, would offerings go unrewarded. In thanks lican National Committee to carry for treatment not oxceod ? 1,0 00. ueiecuve wirfall moon happens upon a Sunday, fected and a large and talented for upon hts friends and prefer to giving for the many blessings al- Kentucky for Hughes and the bulk ready enjoyed all should give ac- of It right hero in Louisville, the FATHER SPALDING'S LECTURE. ing in tho attic is given as the Haeter day shall be the Sunday company will appear in the big torn rattlesnake pubcauso for the fire. Republican precinct workers wero after. As the Egyptians at that show to be presented in Holy Gross wallow with theseonly excuse for cording to their means. lications paid off in checks on election day d time excelled in astronomy, the Hall, and Broadway, existence whose slander American S. Spalding, S. J., of Rev. H. is to DAUGHTER OF PRESIDENT. QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. calling for the princely sum of Loyola University, Chicago, Bishop of Alexandria was appointed on Easter Monday, Tuesday and mothers, wives and daughters. It will x to give notice of Easter day to the Wednesday evenings. This year would seem that the Commmon J1.25. This started the bone of lecture at tho Knights of Columbus Miss Margaret Woodrow Wilson, Pop and. Patriarchs. But it soon Uhere will be a new form of enter (?) on Religious Prejudice bad The regular monthly meeting of contention and many of these dollar Hall next Wednesday ovenlng to became evident that this arrange- tainment, consisting of eight high-cla- better 'stop, look and listen.' Let the Queen's Daughters, which was and a quarter boys are classed with the members and their friends, his daughter of President Wilson, will of tho ment could not endure. It was too to have taken place yesterday, has the kickers te'day against the vaudeville acts. The patrons it not scorch Its subiect being "Colonists of Mary appoar in Loulsvillo recital night the bong regime, as they can't land." inconvenient Rnd liable to inter- will be treated to ome real sur- fingers by meddling In polities. been postponed till April 13, when Father Spalding's reputa April 24 in a American Redfor Crow. ruptions. The fathers of the next prises. The proceeds from these Col. Callahan may ride his prohi- the election of officers will be held. figure out why the biggest campaign tion as an orator is too well known benefit of tho age began therefore to adopt the performances will go to reduce the bition mule into the camp of his The meeting of the Board of Di- barrel ever distributed here only to need mention here and his lec- and the Jefferson county Armory In tie the scene of the draw a golden numbers of the Metonlc debt on the large and commodious rw found 'preforeeee' friend, rectors took plaee Tuesday at the showed a pro rata of ten bits to ture will' doubtless especially large will event It Is availablerecitalthat at in- the The work Crowd. Ladles are oyole and to place them In 'the I nw school bunding ereeted by Rrv. Watson, Walker ft Co., if he will. residence of. ite President, Mrs. each precinct worker. time. (being done thus far in the interest vited to be present. When he get there fee should sum Matt O'Doheriy." calendar against those days In eaeh Father Brey, the pwrtorl on tho Nan-Cathol- ic John J. Healy, of Milwaukee, Wis., wrote In jpart: "I have ju'st finished readingf your artlclo in which you justly criticize Col. Cal- Light. KSrvtaM wW&tlaiN KS13w4r ililliHPH c&KIHi ,saS2wKf !PiiaWlP?9HB Mb&'v2$I 37?filiwHH SKl' If t!&7rliGHi &tfillBl 1sh5R iEKBit wHjnHHbiHHk k&398 fmK3lGIBi HHH HHHHHjB lflH BHBHI HHHHiiflvlRweVnGHlilffiiei ! '! III I high-pitche- - ICONOCLAST REPUBLICANS social-pathologic- al do-fo- nd ss Spur-geo- n, Anti-Cathol- ic 1517-1917- ," , . y - ex-Jail- Haly-Beckha- m com-memor- soul-rcglme- n; Haly-Beckha- m Poly-car- p, or ex-Go- v. g, non-Catholi- c ex-Go- v. or ed arch-Jesu- Pn-fop'- Ed-nm- Thirty-secon- ss Chilton-- tolly-coddli- Searcy v HZBOrXJOJBTir KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHKD EVKRY SATURDAY. rtfIH . AJMnSttX&&3&. wa.&So8m . Wr - & i h t J ,i i t i ht4 to Moral Urimitmtmwial kith AmtkaM sad CaeHi mm Mea'i e HteeraJMM, OMelaMv ladefsad by Aaoteat iBttttate and QatsoHc HMgMa o( America. SeM m4 0dr KBHTUCKY IRISH AMKHICAM PRINTING CO., Incorporated, Publish SINQLE COPY BSCRIPTION PRICH, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR Batind WFi i Mr i irTFlirTinTli7TCna'iina school, of ?ligg35: Be St. LItW to tb PttUtKn Bt iu fUlUr. JU-2- 1 AMrmaH CsaaMUatleai KlfTNJCrY MKM AMWJCAN, Wit Qreea tWAnTCOllNCIL)l LOUISVILLE, KY m' m SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1917 Irish policies, there Is no division among us when America is con cerned. The Irish lad who landed here within a year is as ready to lay down his life for tho flag of this republic as tho man whoso Irish ancestors came hero in Revo lutionary or famino days, wo havo but one flag and ono country, and wo love and will defend both whllo life endures. "And wo 'have the most profound faith in our great President who, amid conditions as sorrowful and trying as thoso which confronted Washington and Lincoln, lias pursued his steady course calm, poised, dispassionate determined only on preserving the honor of our country and tho maintenance of its rights. Well aro the feelings of those of our race expressed In tho lines of Denis A. McCarthy, born on Erin's soil: " 'Green though ' tho banner my fathers bore in the days of their ancient wars. Men of my race full many have died for the banner of Stripes and Stars, Bearing tho green my father battled and bled in the olden fray; But you, O beautiful flag of tho free, are tho flag of our hearts today.' " They stand "all for ono and one for all" the United States. -- lw FRANK DACHER Announces Jlls Candidacy FOR HnjflHHRx I ,CV rfOflHSHaiaai easteu's OLdko Tiumrpn. tho glad sight of garden, and meadow and woodland to tho mind from tho underworld, llko the welcome rays of returning light to tho dweller In Arctic lands, llko tho flrat fair vision of loylng to tho blind made whole, llko tho potent light etorm that burst through tho primeval darkfestival ness, tho bright Easter breaks upon tho sadness of Lent and upon tho sorrow of tho tomb, wrote WOMAN'S OPPORTUNITY. tho Rev. Thomas J. Gasson, S. J. anThere aro many feasts in the comtng: EVENTS. nual cycle of tho churcn's calendar, and each feast brings Its own mesApril 9 Euchro and lotto for St. sage of warning, of dlvlno mercy, Cecilia's school, afternoon and oven-inof heavenly grace, or of futuro blessing, but In richness of gifts April 9 Euchro and lotto afterand largeness of promise tho Resurnoon and evening in L. B. A. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. rection day surpasses thom all. Other feast days .bring light, but April Feast of Nations by Trinity Council in club their light is followed by darkness; house. other feast days bring a reality, April 11 Birthday party in St. but to tho reality thoro is shadow; Ann's school hall, afternoon and other feast days bring enrapturing evening. anthems, but tho rich melody of April 14 Annual bridge party of tho anthems Is hushed by agonizing Junior Circlo of tho Queen's Daughsorrow over1 tho tragedy of Calvary; ters. other feast days bring llfo, but the Aprllk17 Euchro and lotto for life is vanquished by death. It is bonoflt church, of St. Aloyslus JPewoo Valley, at St. Martin's Hall. far othorwiso with tho Easter feast, for it speaks of light without dark7 April Grand euchre, lotto and supper for St. Paul's church, ness, of reality without shadow, are the right $2 afternoon and evening, in St. Paul's music that shall of triumphal Kentucky. Hall, Jackson and Hats for Louisville never bo Btllled by sorrow, of life UNFAIR ATTITUDE. April 20 Euchro and lotto by that shall nover know death. What St Louis Bertrand's Church Debt men and young men. a consolation this must bo for tho Thero has been a tendency among Association In Bertrand Hall, after practical Catholic who properly ob- some of thoso clamoring for war to noon and evening. New styles, new colserves this great feast. April 2 2 G Minstrels at St. ostraclzo and pillory tho German ors, soft and stiff n citizens Augustine's Hall, 1308 West Broadand way, evenings. READY IF IT COSIES. amongst us, this type of critic being April 27 Branch 5, O. K. and L. shapes , the same good Tho Catholic church teaches love of tho Tory class. Good citizens of A., euchre and lotto party In St. of country as a conscientious duty should unite in squelching this Cecilia's Hall. quality that made July 4 Catholic Orphan Society incumbent on all. It is not that mean and unjust spirit. Lest wo them famous. patriotism Is all of religion, as tho forget, the following is a quotation picnic on St. Vincents Orphanage grounds. papers report a Protestant minister from President Wilson's message: July "We shall, happily, still have an Joseph's 25 Annual picnic for St. to havo declared recently In an adOrphan Asylum, on orphan dress at a military school. Love opportunity to prove that friendship age grounds, Frankfort avenue. toof God is first, and religion con- In our dally attitude and actions cerns chiefly our duty to God. But ward tho millions of men and E8X83a8XSQOCS3B333Cg&8KKK lovo of country is enjoined by re- women of German birth and native ligion as a sacred duty. Who is sympathy who llvo amongst us and Third and Market faithless to country violates ono of Bhare our life, and wo shall' bo tho precepts of Tellglon. Thus dt is proud to prove it toward all who that tho religious man is always a aro In fact loyal to their nolghbors Mrs. B. S. Mattlngly had as a patriot. Patriotism is tl.o demand and to tho Government In tho hour guest last of tho hour. Thoso who scoff at re- of test. They are, most of them, of Lebanon.weok Mrs. Frank Abell, ligion naturally enough sneer at as truo and loyal Americans as if patriotism. Catholics pray for they had never known any other Miss Mary Eberhard, of Crescent peaco, .but they aro ready for war if fealty or allegiance. They will bo Hill, has gone to Henderson for a .m. rf. JTtt, it comes. tTr.rZ prompt to stand with us in robuking visit of several weeks. rurjerr ., . J and restraining tho few who may ho Miss Ella Molloy has returned THIS RINGS TRUE. of a different mind and purpose." from Frankfort, where she visited her sister, Mrs. Charles Weltzel. Tho Catholic spirit of patriotism DIET OF nOPE. rings true in tho following official Mrs. O'Sulllvan, of Edward lotter of Archbishop Christie to the Promior, Lloyd Lebanon, visited hero last week, tho Thq British Catholics of Oregon, which wo com- George, finds it easy to praiso tho guest of her Bister, Mrs. Louis Russell. mend to peoplo of all creeds and virtues of political races:1, Mrs. W. F. Decoursoy, of Highin Russia, but tho Irish are "As at all times in tho past the naturajly curious to know why he land Park, was hero, for a week3'95e588flS Catholics of this country havo neglects a goldon opportunity to end visit with her sister, Mrs. John Ryan. pa- extend tho sphero of manifested the spirit of true Fifth triotism In ovory national crisis arid nearer home. However, one F. L. Fitzgerald and wife, of havo upheld tho honor of America more attempt at settlement of the Oakdale, aro home from Tunnel by lives in peaco and Irish problem is promised and tho Hill, whero they visited Mrs. Dud- Sir your toy aa ancation that will prepar ttatm for Ufa. by tho generous effusion of their Irish aro getting used to a diet of ley Dever. blood in war, so it is fitting that hope. But in spite of tho patience John F. Oetken returned yestor-da- y ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE In tho present trying time they with which tho Irish In general after a business trip in the 112 W. Broadway, JionlivilU, Xy. should foe animated by tho samo havo seen British promises broken, Northwest extending since tho first sentimenta of patriotic devotion to thero aro signs that Irish norves of tho year. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother Classical, Sclentlflo and Bualnen our country's cause. Lt there be havo reached the breaking point, ThomaB of Jeffersonvllle, Courses, Preparatory Department, Lai manifested a revorenco for tho Lag and that tho appeal of revolution has gono Gavin,Youngstown, Ohio, STrimmlnr Pool, Wall Equipped dynna to Bro Jirim, IMr under the protection of which our ists to violent methods will meet whero ho will make his homo fdr Inm. T.rmi Wv1rt altars and our homes enjoy peace with an increasingly welcome re tho future. honor of Miss Alice H. Marrot, and security; for tho Amorican flag ception. Tho tragedy of Ireland's to Lewis Sojourning at West Baden whoso marriage April 23. N. Wesch is tho emblem of Justice and free- position is exhibited 4n a letter will take place Springs this weok were F. J. dom. Proclaim anew the teaching written by an Irishman to the Eng J. B. McLauughlin and Mrs. William M. iHIgglns. who of our Christian faith that ho who lish Catholic Times, who says: James Berry. ha3 been seriously ill and under tho fall In patriotic service to his "You, sir, havo ably defended Raymond Dublo returned from care of Dr. BIzot for tho past ten country is not a loyal son of the Ireland. What is tho use of it? Let Now Orleans and has been visiting days, is able to be up and hopes to Catholic church." Dr. O'Donnoll, his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Duble, be entlroly well within tho next our weok of Raphoo, say what ho will, let In Jeffersonvllle. IRISH ARE LOYAL. our representatives plead as they Cards received hero last week Hogan, Mrs. William Flora Irishmen and are may, let tho democracy of Britain Heights, had as guests last week announce tho marriage of Miss Marand Mrs. garet McCrory, who formerly lived loyal to the Stars and Stripes, and show their good feeling, lot the Mrs. James 'McKelrnan In LouIbvIIIo, and Stephen L. Cogh- young blood of Ireland run in John Kulp and children. will continue to bo loyal. Their lan, a young business man of Los position has been faithfully, por- rivers for tho empire from Mons After spending a month with Angeles. Tho ceremony took place trayed by Judge Victor J. Dowllng, to the Ancre, and what does it avail Mrs. Thomas Shannon, her sister, In St. Agnes church. when England, boasting of her reMiss Margaret Callahan has of tho Appellate Division of tho Mrs. George Zix returned the lirst of small nations, denies Ire- turned to her homo at Frankfort. New York Supremo Court, who land Tier of tho week from a delightful trip Just rights to bears tho titlo of Ifnlght of St, Tho Misses Volgt, of Jefferson- East, during which she visited with Poor lads in Ireland are vllle, Gregory, conferred by tho Pope, who entertaining as her daughter, Mrs. Alan Long, in have thrown Into prison for singing na- their guest been week their uncle, Newark, N. J., and Now York City, this voiced the sentiment and feeling of and saw all that was worth seeing tional songs; men engaged in pro- Henry N. Volgt, of Chattanooga. tho masses of tho In the great metropolis. moting a knowledge of their mother when ljo uttered the following: Loulsvillo men on a business tonguo aro suspected and run into Tho marriage of Miss Anna ilmo "We have a duty to perform to suspicion without a trial; trip and having a goodHenry in New Moran and Edwin It. Stucky will bo Besten, York last weok wore pur"boIOYed land. In no other coun- Jail on a lawyer who Reilly, D. try in tho world havo thoso of tho and legal fashion defends hls client T. H.A. Straus. H. Scholl, T. Keeley solemnized of next Wednesday at tho rectory St. Louis Bertrand's In is arrested and and Irish strain been blessed church. Tho wedding will be a quiet with Imprisonod by-- order of Dublin greater success or earned higher Castlo. And home rule Is on tho Elizabeth ono, and only tho lmmediato famMisses. Helen and ihonors than in America. In none statute book. When will all this Malone, who aro students in Cincin- ilies of the bride and groom will be nati, are home to spend the vacation present at the ceremony. hve they repaid the confidence and end? with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. OTotectioa of their Mrs. J. H. Haager and daughter, fellows with John T. Malone. Mrs. Edward M. Thoben, returned greater devotion and sacrifice than MAOKIN COUNCIL. MIsb Clara B. Sheehy, who Is a Tuesday from Chicago, whero they here. The names which appear upon Mackln Council, Y.. M, I., held a student at St. Catherine Academy, went to see Mrs. Haager's daughtablets are but a few of the immorMonday Springfield, is home to spend the ter, Mts. George A. Moore, and Mr. meeting well tal names 'which very true Ameri- night, attended' for some time "wit- Easter holidays with her mother, Moore before they left for San the first Francisco, from where they will sail can loves and reveres. The roll of hout a special feature. The session Mrs. Cecilia Sheehy. for Honolulu and Japan. taoM of our blood who fought and wac given over to routine busineefl Col. Foley and Miss Mary Foley, that was on the desks was died for the flag above us is one of and all up Announcement has just boen and disposed of. Upon of Peweo Valley, were members of sailed marriage the aebleet in all history. all side there was apparent an in a jolly week end house party at the made of the daughter of Mlas Rone of "Irland terest In sod erty of Mr. Albany. he sever bred a the teen tM Twin CHy League Mac- home in New and Mrs. James Dough- C. Sinclair, Sinclair, and Mr. and Mrs. George , Matthew tfeet will rspreeeut traitor to America, and there is as at F. Bleemel. which took, place kln Tt U XD4etad that it will not be long until there is another Initia-- 1 Miss Mary Winn will eatertaln Sacred Heart ehuroh, Rev. Patrick " with a bridge party on April 19 In Walsh performing the ceremony. Bwr we may differ on queatioao of Won. coun-tonan-co g. aaaas aaaHPl aLl AaaaV BIHfjggKl MBsmlMstM Levy's Leader Hats HIHaiaHalaHaBaHaHHHaHalBHaiHHaiHa YOU ARE INVITED To visit our plant and see how the Swiss repairs, weaves and reweaves Oriental Rugs. Our yarn is of the finest Egyptian selected and vegetable dyed. 16-1- Don't Miss Our Free Demonstration Windows at 617 S. Fourth Ave. In Our 5-- German-America- CITY TREASURER Subject to the action of the Democratic party. Primary, Auugst 4, 1917. Domestic rugs and carpets repaired, carpets cut into rugs. The cost is but littte. Our dyeing of rugs is the talk of the South. SWISS SERVICE saves you buying. Our Branch Stores Serve You Quick You LEVY'S SAM L. ROBERTSON SOGIETY. I GERMAN BANK . . &$' jiis. WiK a mmm SHERIFF OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party, Primary August i, 1917. CANDIDATE FOU 2702 Prankfort Ave., Louisville, Ky. 909 Sixth St., Louisville, Ky. 617 Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 1543 Bardstown Road, Louisville, Ky. Owensboro, Ky., Henderson, Ky. 141 Court St., Frankfort, Ky. SWISS SERVICE is health insurance cleanliness. All operated by our own specially trained employes who are anxious t have the Swiss serve your wants. 107 W. Court Ave., Jeffersonville, Ind. 2203 W. Market St., Louisville, Ky. Will Find Them At 141 Spring Street, New Albany, Ind. i i Swiss Cleaners and Dyers INCORPORATED. VOIMS JECMRt -- E?sJ and Market Sts. sskri X BEAUTIFUL GIFTS In Prayer Books, Rosaries. Scapular Lockets, Scapular Rines,. Pins and Medals, many new Models in Staturary, beautiful pictures, can be found at the new Church Goods House. A visit from you to our store will surprise you of the many-nethings that can be had in religious articles and remember that every article is priced right. We want you to see our First Communion Prayer Books before-yomake your purchase. Pikc-Hickc- law-abidi- !!iaaHPTaaaHP7 H. S. McNUTT COUNTY COMMISSIONER Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Primary August 4, 1917. y Fon Church Supply Company 312 W. Jefferson St., Bet. Third and Fourth. Mc-Hug- h, 1017 Aageat Primary 1017 ....GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOR HOME USE. High in Heat. Low in Ash. noble-heart- ed Hjjt "Cs9jaaaH Irish-America- ns S6ANL0N GOAL 60MPflNY INCORPORATED. do-fen- co NINTH AND KENTUCKY. WM. T. McNALLY OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Dona City 405 Carab. SonUi 415- - Irish-America- ns SHERIFF FOR Autos and Taxis For Hire BOTH PHONES 2399 LADIES Brlnp us your soiled, sunburned Panama that can not bo cleaned. We wilt dye It a good black, and reshape It. Don't be misled by fako advertisements. This Is tho only place in tho city that knows how to reshopo ladles' hats. All kinds of ladles' bats cleaned, dyed, and roshaped Into tho latest styles. Forty years in business is our guarantee. Our fifi prlco Is chauffeurs our specialty, dive jis a call. service. We are as Give us a trial for .first-claclose to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable ss Lee Yottitg Automobile Co. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. 2t AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Falls City Straw Works 713 West Jefferson St. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. PREE SERVICE. The couple kept jthelr secret well and th news was a real surprise j to their friends. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0- 3 BAST BROAD WAT. X' EZ&JSPTTJGXCTSr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements tbey find in these colums. 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Louisville,' Ky MS W. Mais St., Group of American aviators on tho French front iwlth their mascots. Including "Whisky." a lion cub. Home Phone City 6874 Left to right, seated Bert Hall, Lieut. Do Laago, Capt. Thenault, Lieut. William Tham, Capt a French priest and Johnson. Standing I. Ramsey, Pavolka , Marshall, Frenchman Hill and JOHN B. O'LEARY CO. Robert Rockwell. i t M Am-monl- er, EASTER GIFTS. srouTzsa CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. Seo us about anything In real Tho very pleasant Easter custom Tut Roofs Repaired and Fainted estate. We soil, buy and rent of sending Easter, cards to our ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY friends or of making them simple 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. gifts Is a good and Inexpensive Mil Weit Broadway, XritulivlUe, Zy. Home Phone City 4464. one, provided wo do not carry It to an extreme. Tho sprlngtlmo la Itesldence Phone, Pewce Valley 21-- J. a busy season when every ono Is Phono, City S180. weeding possessions out onos S03 East Walnut Street rat.her than seeking to add to them; DALY "Window Shades JOS. Wall Paper and hence numerous largo gifts would prove a burden to the recipient. Room Mouldings, Picture Frames CONTRACTING PAINTER Eggs have always been associated and Window Shades Mado to Order. with tho day as symbolic of tho Homo Phono City 2517. 420 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. resurrection. Bonbonnleres of this Bhape or candy eggs are always 0072X0, QUTTERINO, Headquarters for DAN J. HENNESSY, THE TAILOR ST. GEORGE'S. Tho Blessed Virgin Sodality of St. George's church will entortain Becomes Identified With the Clothing Sales Force of Crutcher & Starks. the congregation with a euchro and lotto party in tho school hall Monday afternoon and evening. Tho lotto games will begin at 3 o'clock In tho afternoon and euchro at 8 in tho evening. It is hoped thero will be a good attendance, as tho proceeds will go to tho school building fund. BAPTISTS ARE KICKING. YELLOWSTONE . Tho Great American THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH WHISKEY TAYLOR & WILLIAMS INCORPORATED. LOUISVILLE, KY. MIKE Swan Street WIEDER 1011 Machlno Shop. Flowers and growing plants aro especially appropriate to INCORPORATED tho day, Easter lilies being alwayB Distillers Of In demand. A .corsage bouquet of OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH violets or of lilies of tho valley "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYB Is a pretty gift to a girl. Neckties LonlsrUle, Ky. or scarfs aro suitable gifts to make 528 W. Mala St. to a man who Is a relative or friend, provided ono knows his tastes. WM. AUGUSTUS of 00. popular. In a letter addressed to HIS IDEALS FULFILLED Carranza, who Is driving President religion constitution, which provides that all teaching, preaching and medical work shall be done by Moxlcans. Largo contributions from the United States, which aro made and expended for no other purpose, will be cut off, tho society says. The Baptists aro beginning to realize tho hardships Imposed upon tho Catholics by tho unprincipled and Inhuman Carranza, whom they upheld until'tho'very last. MORE BULL. Bb out of Mexico, tho American Baptist Home Missionary Society "earnestly requests" a modification of tho new bbbPbbbb. BBVv ? f rcBYBBM tBVBVBVJ saass4eaaasaat DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT Auto Repairing PRICES REASONABLE Work Guaranteed Homo Phono, Highland 1472 fr.m-H'H"H-M- :: ! ' DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, preparations for a euchro and lotto held dn St. Cocllia'a Hall, 320 E. Cassln Ave. Homo City 2000 to bo St. Cecilia street, on 2521 tho afternoon and evening of April 29. They will endeavor to mako this a big affair and 'hopo to realize a nice sum for tho benefit of the new school. WORTHY On All Contractor ConKinds of crete and Wrccldng. Excavating, ST. CECILLVS. HilSiKf lIbTbTbh Tho ladies of St. Cecilia's congregation, arj making extensive ;2iT!BBBM iNHt 'SbbTbj v. WjiBK?bTb SELnBBBRr BENEFIT. i: Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH rIOIfl3JS. Climb. Main SOOS-- n ' II "ii'l''!llHM"W"MH"WM'H CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y Home City 200S VViVWWWVVWWVVVWVVVWVWV5 nOSIE PHONE 88 April 17, a grand euchre and lotto will bo given for the heneflt of St. Aloyslus church, Poweo Valley, at St. Martin's Hall, Gray street, near Shelby.1 Games will begin at 2:30 and 8:30 o'clock. Luncheon will be served after tho afternoon games. Many varied and valuable prizes will be awarded. A handsomo rug as a door prize. will be given Father Docs, pastor of fat. Aloysius church, hopes to seo anany of his friends on this occasion. KNIGHTS AND LADIES. Tuesday afternoon and night, J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS I 1 HnMUMmMWHUVMUtUMMiWHMVMUtUMMUW AND EMBALMERS. JCaiia S22 Bast . Members of Branch 5, Catholic Knights and Ladie3 of Amorica, will entertain with a euchro and lotto party In St. Cecilia's Hall, St. Cecilia street, on Friday evening, April 27. Admission will be fifteen conts and games will bo called at 8:30 o'clock. They Invito thoir friends and assure them an onjoy-abl- o evening. B'l8eiPO4la0B4t fiPAN W SMITH'S SONi i H.B0SSES0N IB 810 !' Funeral Director i AL. S. SMITH, PROP. 3BF BBBBBbb1 Italy's "liberator," wants to aid tho United States against Germany "anywhere In Europe." Though seventy years NONE BETTER NONE PURER of age and forced to use a crutch, Garabaldl cabled recently to President Wilson formally offering his And last services to America. Saturday, through American Am bassador Page, tho Goneral received the President's formal thanks for CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, his offer. There has been much Hennessy, tho well "bull" stuff slnco the European war Dan J. known custom tailor, recently dis- began, but none that surpasses this. continued his custom tailoring business to become identified with tho AGAIN AT HOME. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Men's Clothing Staff of Crutcher & Mrs. Josephine Nitzken, who unStarks. Mr. Hennessy brings 'to Crutcher derwent a surigcal operation at St. & Starks ripe knowledgo and experiJoseph's Infirmary several weeks ence in tho men's clothing business, ago, has recovered sufficiently to bo and feels that ho will be ablo to lomoved to tho homo of her son, SATISFIES THAT LONGING. give his many friends the best of Henry Nitzken, 3402 West Broadby Ciutcher way. Sho is rapidly recovering and clothes service, backed & Starks' modern selling methods. the attending physician believes she Mr. Hennessy Is stationed on tho will be entirely well within a few INCORPORATED second floor and will take' great weeks. tj pleasure in serving personally tho LOUISVILLE. KY, PHONE CITY 859. FAIRFIELD. friends who call on him In his new r connection. The Rev. J. L. Flnnoity, O. P., "When I noticed that tho firm of A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of Crutcher & Starks was maintaining of the St. Louis mission band, has the policy of charging strictly one been giving a well attended and price during a season in their dif successful mission in St. Michael's ferent grades of clothing, and I church at Fairfield, of which the realized that I could sell a suit to Rev. William D. Pike Is pastor. a friend and look him square In the eye a fow weeks lator and assure Peerless Common Extra Paie Lager JBBJMWBjiB1aMgB him tho prlco had not been cut down to favor a later buying cusDue to the creat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, tomer, I decided that Crutcher & Starks' was tho" character of cloth if you have tried the rest get the BEST. and ing store with which I would like PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 09. to become Identified," said Dan J. ' &IK$ bbbV Gen. Garabaldl, son of RF.X.L.BEER "Delivery Service?" i Prompt I Sure.! i 0ERTEL BREW CREAM BEER tBBasts5 JOHN F. OERTEL CO. FALL CITY BEER Home Phone 1913 THIS and BEmbalmer bYbYbYbV& BhBhBBBk Hennessy, ml t 1 CRUTCHER &$f jMt r'f'Bl H1h & STARKS Cumb. Phone West 191 BOTH PHONES 810. INCORPORATED Foarlh and Jefferson. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. i . SOCIETY DIRECTORY ma WIEDEMANN WCORFORATED . bPHSbb WymJSjK iHPlS&tf .bbbIbbII SBBBBBBBH BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beeri. Sold Home Pheae Sliawmee 484 Cambcriand, West 11 A. O. H. DlVISKMf a. First' and Third Monday, Hibernian Homo, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President John M, Rlloy. Vice President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John Mar Min- RATTERMAN Chapel Free SCANNELL isters in the British Cabinet. RECOVERING. LORD ALFRED MILNER. Qno of tho most Influential at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, exceUestSfiVM GRUBER & DEUSER. Maaagers, Louisville, Ky. INCOXPORATBC. Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers 3101 WEST BROADWAY 'A tin Financial Broderlck. Secretary - John J. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbhbbHHbbQzJ BE SURE TO CALL FOR te Patreas. TreasurerSorgeant-at-Arm- s ee)e0eweBeB'vweG0weweBeTJw Funeral Directors and Embalmers. XNECHTR Oar Special $5.00 Wreath The largest values In Funeral Flowers ever offered ie Loniivlile. For prompt delivery call 223 both phones. u the Nearest Phone Oar Special $3.00 Spray Nsr to You AVJGHVCneC College Telephone 1022. Louisville Business AIAIN "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" SIXTH AND STREETS I 1 muumii w Mp3 Sentinel Judge James W. Fortune, who has been seriously ill of tho grip at DIVISION 4. ' his homo In Jeffersonvllle, is now Mondays, and out of danger nnd recovering. On Meets 'eecond Hall, fourth street. Sixth Bertrand Wednesday ho was ablo to sit up Prosldent Thomas Lynch. and it is thought he may bo ablo Vice Presldont John J. Barry. ' to bo out again next week. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 807 West Oak. K. OF O. DANCE. Recording Secretary William P. Chairman George H. Nabor, of McDonogh. TreaBuror John F. Burke. tho Knights of Columbus EntertainSorgeant-at-Arm- s Thomas ment Committee, announces a dance for next Tuesday evening for tho Sontlnel M. J. McDermott. members and their families. WILL SAVE MUCn. Back yards and vacant lots ought to be cultivated. Quite a lot of vegetables can bo raised on a small plot. Food is to bo scarcer and to co3t more if our country goes to war. The product would be large and the saving enormous. LARGE NOVICE CLASS. Pat Bogley. Thomas Noon. Daniel J. Dougherty. GEN. JOSE MIGUEL GOMEZ. Tho unfortunate rebel prisoner, a result of Intrigue in Cuba. DILLON'S WARNING. McKENNA Dlg-na- n. nowEBtmop Rxirih AMawe touUvWr (Formerly with Speneerlan) Mr. McCarty Is irtlll doing that e work that Speecerlan aoliettore hae told you about fa1 petit sixteen years. Night Claseass , Bay NORTON BUILDING Collage Ofice, City 7833; Pboo: OtrMb. Mala 4 68. Meaideaee, CM? N. W.Gtricr Fmrtk ana 487S; Came, West 1X1. high-grad- r. l. Mccarty FRED a4 Uader tibe Managemeat of "Flowers telegraphed everywhere,1 ERHART ARCHITECT Jenerc Only recently the largest class of young women over professed at one time in the lilstory of tho Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary was when sixty-nin- e novices and postulants took the veil at St. Joseph Convent of ML Carmel, the mother house of the order at fcEGMPnLS. MISSION AT Dubuque, Iowa. Right Rev. Blehop The Bev. Vlneent Clary, O. P., Bowling officiated at .the of St. Louis Bertrand'rf, who has been conducting a number of great mieeloBB In the South, was In Mem-pkPAVBD WITH MARBLE. tkis week. He preached at 8t. Peter's church on ,Good Friday The streets of two eHles ia Ireevening, and will preach the ser- land are paved wMfe marble mon there Kaeter Sunday morning. Armagh and Kllkeany. oere-monj- es. U Andrew Bonar Law, Chancellor of tho Exchequer, on Monday asked tho Houso of Commons, in order to expedite business, to suspend until Easter the tuIo under which the House rises at 11 o'clock daily. John Dillon, Nationalist member for gravely East Mayo, thpreupoq warned tho Government "under a deep senso of responsibility" that if it allowed tho Easter recess to any Indication of pass without whether it was in earnest with regard to Ireland Its path would be beset with difficulties and it might And the situation worse than before. Sir James Henry Dalzlel, Liberal member for Kirkcaldy Burghs, INCORPORATKD having stated that slnco the debate Premier Lloyd of last Thursday Clean Grocery Stores. Georgo had devoted every possible JOHN B.1ATTERMAN "The Best For Less." moment of time to the subject of Ireland, Bonar Law added that the FUNERAL DIRECTOR' Orders for $1 or more delivered Government had a full sense of re0 any part of the city. sponsibility In this matter and that tfeer would be no avoidable delay, From 1117 West Market St. T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY but that the Governmsat, though it After May 1 to would make a statement If possible, INCORPORATKD eeuld not absolutely 'promise it be- 2114 WEST MARKET ST. fore Easter, He asked the indulSOUTH AVENZML ST. gence of the House net to press the Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland uaduly. Both Phoaes 493 Wee 1107a. Government WHISKY if IS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky, Notice of Removal 'QUAKER MAID' 508-51- 0 1 : A4CEj:N:'XvJOK:Y XlfcXSJHC A.TS&1&1&.ICAXSC. this year. Tinker, Bresnahan, Gan-ze- l, Shay, Hendricks, Canttllon, Kelly and Clymer comprise an array of managerial talent that compares favorably with major leaguo timber. Wednesday's game will bo called at 3 o'clock, Mayor JBuschcmeyor pitching the first ball. CILVRlTY IN WARTIME. ' fmfkmimmtmt,m6mmmm,m.m,,t AJm fTH HERMAN STRAUS SONS 5TEWAHT DRY IrOODS LO INCOHPbRATCD g)e(iM (H. aA AM In ConnccUonAVttliJaraes McjCreery & Co. NewYork. We Give and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. CONFIRMATION r SUITS 3vx FOR BOYS NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT $4.95 $5.95 $6.45 ' The "General Intention" of tho League of the Sacred Heart, in union with the Apostlcship of Prayer, recommended toy our Holy Father Pope Benedict XV., for tho month of April is "Charity in WarConcerning this intention time." the league leaflet says: "Charity a3 taught by tho Catholic church is a supernatural vlrtuo by which wo are prompted to relieve tho needs, physical, mental, moral or spiritual of our fellow man, because he Is a child of God and wo know that Christ regards whatever wo do to the least of his brothcn as done to Him. This view of charity explains why hundreds of thousands of refined and delicate women consecrate themselves by vow to spend their lives In .caring for the poor and sick and abandoned in asylums, refugees and hospitals: why priests hurry, so eagerly to the side of the sick and dying, and not only never falter even in time 0. pestilence, but think it a gain If they die in fulfilling their duty; why army qhaplalns aro so unconcerned amid showers of shrapnel and toullots while giving tho last rites to the wounded and dying." EUOIIRE, LOTTO, SUPPER. Tho congregation of St. Paul's church, of which tho Rev. Eugene Donohoc is tho pastor, will open the season for good things at St. Paul's Hall, Jackson and Kentucky, on Monday and Tuesday afternoon and evening, April 16 and 17. There will bo euchre and lotto and both evenings suppers will bo served by Tho people of other tho ladles. parishes look upon this announcement with great pleasure, as it is a signal for a gathering of those who usually put off their visit until the season of good things to eat at The supper, in St. Paul's starts. order to appease the many "hungers," will be served from 5 o'clock on until every one's appetite is satisfied. For the games there will be prizes of. real worth. WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. t., ti r wen provided witn tne rvew smrts, If Scarfs, Etc., Men Want For Easter ' r , mv -- . z It's well worth taking the few minutes, men, to stop in and see this splendid collection of new Shirts, new Scarfs, new Hosiery, etc., we have provided for this Easter season. They are to be found conveniently located just a step inside our Walnut street door. Pure Silk Shirts, to $3 95 to $8.00 Silk Poplin Shirts, in Solid Colors, $3.50 Silk and Linen Shirts, in Stripes and Solid Colors, $3 50 Madras Shirts, With Soft. Cuffs, $1.15 to $3.50 Madras Shirts, With Laundered Cuffs, $1.50 to $2.00 Scarfs, 55c. 75c, $1 00, $1.50 and $2.50 ' Onyx Silk Hosiery at 55c to $2.25 Phoenix Silk Hosiery at 55c to $1.05 Best evidence of the attractiveness of these Men's Furnishings is the record selling we are experiencing these days. Styles, patterns and colors have an instant appeal, and no one questions the value of Shirts, Scarfs and Hosiery that is so imqressively good as these. It Sizes (in Shirts and Hosiery) for All Men Styles, Colors and Patterns to Suit the Tastes of Everyone. 5 Four-in-Hnru- ls I White cT5 N Shirts and Blouses TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS At these two prices we offer special purchases in wide, flowing oDen-en- d scarfs and batwing ties respectively, and you should by all means see these, for the values are S decidedly out of the ordinary. We only wish we might have obtained more. at $1.35 and Soaris at 90c Are Two Specials xou anouici ace uy au Means. 8 EXHIBIT AMERICAN SPIRIT. Late News That Will Interest at tho Thorow as a bfg turn-oMembers Here and meeting of Division 3, A. O. H., Monday at tho Hibernian Homo on night, and upon all sides was manifest tho spirit of American patriot-IsPresident John Riley occuTho Knights of Trinidad, Col., pied tho chair and all the officers were present. Following tho regular have organized to fight immoral Into a Pair of Emerson Shoes and Know Real Comfort. What They Have Been Doing routine thero were several Inspiring movies. There were ninety candidates In the Past Week General talks In which fealty was pledged to tho Stars and Stripes in tho tho first degree class of Newport News Notes. event of war being declared, and Council. by unanimous voto Division 3 reArrangements are being made for It is no mere boast to say that we solved to carry In full benefit, free a fourth degree exemplification at Tho Hibernians were with. Wash- of dues and assessments, any or Lexington on May 27. know how to please the young men. ington. Thoy will also bo with all members who may enlist or bo Tho Knights of Colorado Springs called upon to battlo for this were active in organizing Wilson. two After more than a quarter of a century HONEST ALE San Francisco Hibernians have country. When needed the Hiber- troops of Boy Scouts. nians will bo found ready to follow Right Rev. Bishop Schrombs, of. raised, over $1,000 for the Irish re- President Wilson and tho flag In THROUGH of catering to their needs it would lief fund. Toledo, conducted the annual redofenso of tho United . States. treat for tho Detroit Knights. Louisville Hibernians, loyal in reindeed be strange if we did not under. Wide Variety For Your Selection, in Black or Tan, High or Low ligion, Tho big third degree initiation will prove loyal to the flag FEAST OF ALTj NATIONS. &szo nt Minneapolis will take place April and tho authorities. stand their requirements. Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will 20. Tho class will be a largo one. Division 3 has marched forward Covington, Newport and Ludlow rapidly thlsy ear. President Itlloy's celobrato its silver jublleo next week with "The Feast of All Na- will have large classes when the promises aro being made good. The snappy styles and colors that the club rooms, Baxter third degree Is exemplified at CovFamiiy Shoe Fitters. 336 West Market St. Now that the Lenten season lias tions" in itsMorton. Booths about passed there will bo more avenue and to represent tho have ington. young men demand are shown in difTho competitive examinations for activity in local Hibernian circles. boen erected' ferent- nations and tho following tho fifty scholarships in tho Catholic Archbishop Hanna celebrated tho committees will bo In charge: abundance, combined with the necesUniversity at Washington will bo FOR OVER THIRTYjYEARS mass on the occasion of the annual Unjclo Sam E. Luvisl, Chairman; April 14. communion of the San Francisco Miss F. Preasmeyer, A. Preasmeyer, held sary attributes of quality, dependability Cincinnati's councils will march MULLOY'S GOOD COFFEE Hibernians. T. Borntraegcr, C. Bennett; Messrs. in tho Memorial day parade. They Tho Hibernians and Ladles' Aux- L. Sllborg, T. Murnane, S. Bennett, expect to turn out 1,500 members", and durability at the price range from Has boen tho favorite kind. The quality is E. iliary of Chicago have presented II. Kruse, M. Moore, and have engaged Smlttles Band the best and our prices are the fairest Try R. Glenn. Archbishop Mundeleln two checks $12.50 to $35.00. our New Blend, z Chair- of forty pieces. France Louis Eberle, lbs for ?2,500 each for Hibernian perat Bradford, Pa., Tho Knights man; C. T. Metcalfo, H. Bislg, B. petual scholarships. Special Auto Delivery Service. w their new ?50j000 Divisions everywhere throughout Wuersch, J. Haas, R. Klrchdorfer, will open Easter Sunday with a club May we show you today? two house on the country, like Division 3 of this James Kelly, Jr.Hodes, , Italy Joo Organized in Chairman; days' celebration. city, will remit the dues and as- Misses Josophlna Zehndor, Nottle 1899, Bradford Council has now 500 Both Phones 1323 212 W. Market St. sessments of thoso who volunteer Hodes, Mary Galllgan, Tilda Belle members. their service to our country. Galllgan, Liicllo Borgemeler. ESTABLISHED 1885. comTho twentieth anniversary About 1,000 members received Ireland Joo Zlrnheldt, holy communion In a body on Palm man; Misses Helen Hodes, Chair- munion and breakfast of New Rose Council, New York City, Name church, Connors, Sunday In Holy E. Stotman, Florence took place last Sunday and was the Minneapolis. After tho mass the Smart, E. Schocnbachler, Aline largest function of tho kind ever ladies of tho parish served break- Schwartz, Aline McCann, E. A. :; held in the city. Speakers at the fast. C. Horn, Habich, Gambler; breakfast were Hon. W. Bourke Thoro aro organizations and or- Messrs. Batman, Ed Mueller, W. NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON ; ; Cockran, Hon. John W. Goff, Jusganizations, but nono that will reWhore the home Is Where work Is quickly spond moro promptly to tho call Glenn, Joo Kehl, P. Malpney, A tice of tho Supremo Court; Hon. Dlenst, J. Collins, W. Brenzel. .brightest; Congressman John J. done; to duty than tho grand old Ancient Japan H. J. Hennessy, Chair- Bird S. Coler, and Where tho work U Where cooking seems Order, born to opposo injustice and man; Misses Betty Ray Hart, Aline FitzgeraldC. S. P., Right Rev. John Superior General oppression. lightest; real fun; Allgelr, Mary Murphy, Blanche Her- Hughes, Division 33 of Boston has been bert, Catherlhe Conley, Anna Con- of the Paullst fathers. James Where the meal li Where baking gives de- increasing its membership rapidly, presided. nors, Elizabeth Zohnder, Antoinette cooked best; light; and to show appreciation of .their Zehnder, Ethel Murphy, Loretta Where the range stand ST. PATRICK'S. Where drudge is oat of work President Michael Hurley wa3 Metcalfe; Messrs. Norman Murphy. the test sight presented a gold watch and chain Georgo Garrlty, Ed Zehndor, Pete The first entertainment after Lent That's where the That's where the and Vice President John Sexton Tlvnan, Ray Barrett, Dan Hennessy, RECEIVED FROM THE MINES DAILY in St. Patrick's parish will bo tho "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" ooae was given a meerschaum pipe. Henry .Dries. tH. euchre and lotto of the Young la. Mrs. Mary Arthur, National DiEngland P. E. Bowling, Chair Sodality, rector, and Mrs. Margaret Taylor, man; Misses Mary Timmel, Mary Ladles' school hallwhich will bo held at Thirteenth and Qalck Meal Gas Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended prompt ap Fleck, Miss Faust; Messrs. Rjiy Till- in the oponing Monday afternoon State President, made Market, peal to the Ladles' Auxiliary of In man, J. A. Tillman. PER TSN with amusements and refreshments diana for asslstanco for tho Now 215 German Village-ESheaffer, for the children. Monday and Tuestornado sufferers, all Tellef W. MARKET ST. Albanysent to Miss Catherine Cody, Chairman; Misses Ethol Langeman, day nights there will bo euchre, PROMPT DELIVERIES to be Bertha Gqss, Anna May Sandmann, lotto and refreshments for the 1907 Spring street. L. Walker, Helen Landes," M. Lutz; grown-up- s with numeroua handsomo are Messrs. J. L. Timmel, A. L. Landes, prizes Pennsylvania Hibernians PQQQQQQW4Q44QQQ4$Q44&WQQ$WQQQ4$QQWW&QQQ& also a tally prize. Tho pushing a movement to erect a W. P. Hennessy, Georgo Hoffman, young and ladles export to make this UNK starts a Savings Account to Gen. Stephen Moylan, Leo Meier, Will Wenzel, monument H. W. tho most enjoyable affair of tho (INCORPORATED) Washington's Chief of 3taff and a Schlachter, with this safe, conservative, Mlnsterketter, entire season and invite all their Ben Moylan Meade Doollng, Al Schoenbachler. gallant Irish Boldier. Gen. Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more Both Phones 157 209 Speed Building friends. was also tho first President of the Clown Committee John Cunlffe, at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 Hibernian Society of Philadelphia, Chairman; Clowns, Bobby Donnelly, CAPTAIN FOR TRINITY. per cent. No cost to you whatever. serving from March 17, 1771, to Jimmy, Carraro, "Red" Carraro, The same courteous attention given the Horby Blsig.'June 17, 1773. Jack Bauer, the St. Xavler ColMonday evening the "Feast" will depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. player, open with a dance, Tuesday evening lege star baseball Trinity will be tho BASEBALL OPENING. Y. M. I. Captain of the will bo featured by a euchre. squad this season. The .now leader Councilman Tom Dolan's amend- Wednesday by a lotto and closing Is one of the most promising youngIf you want expert service Just call us up. We hare never been oat ment to the baseball opening reso- night will be a frolic night. Under the Big Clock Second and Market of dyes tor one moment slnco tho war began and aro thoroughly sters and Is well fitted for tho leadIn the General Council lution State Government Supervision. ership of this team. He will hold equipped to handle all work of every description. You can rest assured evening struck a popular chord O'HART'S IRISH PEDIGREES. .t If you need dyeing we can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Parcel Port H. Bcckman, down second baso. only as tho original resolution would last season with tho Lutz club, will Service. emA now grant a half holiday to tho American edition of team thid year. This ployes in the City Hall, while Mr. O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees, containing manaco tho working hard to place manager is 1 4 ! Dolau's amendment would take in tho complete work of John O'Hart, contender in the Twin City tho boys who work on tho streets tne only recognized authority on a strong and has many good ball p. BANNON. JR.. H. I. BANH3N. T. H. HERIMEE. League and all departments, and aa the Irish genealogy, has just been players lined up. ftM. Up. YlMffM.aTtlK. SMrettry. INCORPORATED. opening day of the baseball season placed on the market, and is a work is just as popular with tho fan who that any who have real pride in BOTH PHONES 2635. Louisville, Ky. 426 S. Fifth St. FRANKLIN. sits in tho bleachers as the ones in their Irish lineage will want. This stand it should be a holiday for edition contains the pedigree stem the Mrs. Tully Murphy, aged eighty, all. Tho Louisville team will open of overy Irish family, Milesian and Wednesday with" the Columbus club, Norman, their ancient territories died at the homo of her daughter, ; ; Swer an Calvert Pipe, which under tho leadership of Joe and estates, official title, profession Mrs. Robert Sympson, in Franklin Mrs. Murphy was a Tinker, the former Chicago man- and social rank. The meaning and on Monday. Bannsa's Patent Lidded Pile far Steam Ceadalts, native of Louisville. Sho is surager and Fedoral League star, prom- history of every Irish name, Wall Ceplng, Drain Tile, TMriga BrlcK, ises to figure prominently in the with a mass of marvelous vived by five children, A. R. MurL. Fire rreeug, riae using, Fire BricK The Best Straight Whisky On Earth' . race. Local fans can hardly expect Information to which you will refer phy, of Clarksville, Tenn.; W.Mrs. Crate Bailer Tile, GresaJ Fire Clay, Cklatney ay the best efforts of the Colonels right a thousand times, and the coats of Murphy, of Nashville, Tenn.; Ala., at the outset because of the diffi arms of more than a thousand Irish Joe Shurbet, of Birmingham, Mrs. Sympson and OFFICE 828 WEST JEFFERSON culties experienced in the training families In eolora are also features and Mrs. Robert of Franklin. The INCORPORATMD trio this year, but all can rest as of the work. The two Volumes John Kohlhlpp, held iat St. Mary's HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. sured that Old Reliable Bill Clymer will be sent, postpaid on receipt of funeral was Sola Ovrnara Registered Dint. tie. 32; M. Drevllle, of for X WORKS---13cad Brack, and MsgHelta Ave.,. Bet. 9th and cOtfe. X will Ktve us a contender lor the check or raeaey orderSprueeS12 by church, the Rev. J. street, Ruwfellvllle, celebrating the requiem Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 X buntlnr daanlte the formidable ar-- Chas. A. O'Connor, 21 West Main Street, high mass. fr t"M'1"s HH 'MI 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H t managers ia the association New York Oity. IHI Irfrf H 1 1 M !J ray of ut pOc 79c $1.00 HIBERNIANS. INIGHTS OF MLUMBIIS ))) m-H-M-w-- t)ees ti SLIP YOUR FEET Easter Mimi i )) !: f4 H'"H- - Clothes jm3 woe , VOLZ & MICHAEL 2 65c Schad-burn- o, JOHN M. MUIXOY Alm-sterda- m Cunning, Lewis & Brotzgej! Where the Quick Meal Comes In Holz-kenec- i JS&W STORE Mc-Gur- rin FRESH COAL $5 .50 GEHER & SON, uullak d du Pont Lump Central Coal & Iron Co. Sixty-one-year-o- ld - German Insurance BanK "4Haaa4a h eManaNeaaanaeaejeHamanaannMMaaaanBmaMaBB m h-w-h- m mhm nun t PULS CLEANING DYEING CO. IIP. BANNON ad PIPE CO. -- I OLDBARBEE JNO. T. BARBEE & CO. 573-178- 3. th 11 1 1 1