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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1917. to nomo the conditions under which religious worship si all be conducted and the use to which tho property of religious organizations shall bo put. To continuo tejworshlp or conduct business in ttfe .buildings which the Government will take over, providing tho constitution is permitted to stand, It wlll-ftnecessary for the denomlnatlonsjhsffected to rent or lease what wag originally their own property. There is nothing apparently In the constitution which obligates the Government even to take this course, but this 'concession' Is implied." H When this Infamous law hit Rome It was a rlgateous deed done to Babylon by rugged saints. But when the revolution menaced Protestantism ah, that's another story! So it is, and it begins thus: Some of tho devil's dupeswear white ties and carry a Bible. jfj RECENT DJEATIIS. Many friends wore grieved when announcement wast made of the death of Mrs. Katherlrie Poggel, mother of G. E. Poggel, 350 North Twenty-sixt- h street. The funeral was held from St. Charles Borromeo church, with Interment in St. Mary's cemetery, New Albany. Monday morning'the Rev. Eugene Donohoo celebrated,' the requiem mass and conducted .the servlroa over tho remains of Mrs. Mary Masticoln. at fit. Paiil'a rhnrMi av.o was tho beloved wife of Louis Masticola. and died nf norltnnltla home, 604 Camp street. For at her mo oereaved husband Js felt tho . El Nomo Wilkoe i Union Made Cigars. J VOLUME XXXVIIL PRICE FIVE CENTS. WEDNESDAY AnniverWas tho Seventy-fift- h sary of Death of Bishop England. Was tho First Catholic Priest to CARE OF SICK History of Nursing Bevcal Brlgh't Record of Catholic ' Church. JSarly fc WeBM ft!. 4kkkkkkLs "" " IkkkkHkn Address tho American Congress. Stood Next to Daniel O'Conncll in Securing Catholic UHpgJHriHBlk v '!tt"1 wV'flkM'kHkr Jt3. JmP J .'flEP Records of America ShriV Activity in Caring For the Sick. Emancipation. BORN IN THE CITY OF Facts That Are Unfamiliar ty the Majority of Our Poonlc. ANOTHER PROTESTANT p CORK TRIBUTE Last Wednesday, April 11, was the seventy-firanniversary of the death of Bishop England, tho first Catholic priest to address Congress. The Right Rev. John England, Bfohop of Charleston, was born in the City of Cork on September 23, 1786, and died In Charleston, S. C, st iP VspppppppH 'grt JmW1 3EsiBBBBfi8B2SPW'l3& utf & kkkVr jxjCr S fcBSasseMia.riSMiBaCTri,TirnifwniiggMiaTiii ; That afternoon the Charleston WAR PORTIONS. WITH OUR NAVY. Patriot wrote: "This eminent pre Photo shows sailors of the United States navy picking up torpedo French officer in Paris on furlough and his wife carrying homo their late breathed his last this morning which was discharged at an imaginary enemy during recent practice deepest portion of coal, a twenty-poun- d sack. Every one in Parish, rich or sympathy. about 5 o'clock. Thus has been ex- test. This method produces greater efficiency. Insert Assistant Secrepoor alike, are now carrying packages. tinguished in its meridian luster tary United States Navy Roosevelt. Thomas Fnir.irfv. i nlvtv.flvn vanra one of tho most brilliant lights of old, died last Saturday of peritonitis consideration that every Democratic the Catholic church In the Western at the Little Sisters' Homo for tho paper in Louisville, English or GerGeorgo Read, the author of the hemisphere." Aired, where ho iwaa tho stnInnnrrv man, with tho exception of one, opThe Charleston Mercury of April Memoir of Bishop England. engineer. When steamboating was poses that nomination, it is tlmo The Bubject of this sketch was 12 writes: "Ho was a man of rare in us neyaay ne was well Known as for local Democrats to heed the talents, of various learning, elo- educated In Cork until his fifteenth a steamboat installer for Ainsllo & warning sign, "Stop, 'look and lisquent, public spirited, one equally year. Was then taught privately uoenran. ne leaves one sister. Mrs. ten." capable of adorning the walks of for two years, and entered tho Car-loKato McNallv. Tho fnnornl wnaliolrl Stanley Will Soon nave Time to College, August 31, 1803. Tho real friends of Mr. Brum-levprivate and meeting the emergen- In his nineteenth year 'he becan to Dire Conditions That Obtain Be- from the homo chapel, with interDemocratic candidate for cles of public duty " Counter ment in St. John's cemetery. Mayor, should advise him to disThe Republican' of April 13 deliver catechetical instructions in yond Border Resulting continue Tunning to tho press, and Plans. was writes: "The Bishop well tho parish chapel and zealously in tittv-rftrMrs. Marv Welkel. From Revolution. especially the Republican press, known In this country and in Eur- structed tho soldiers in garrison at years old, beloved wife of A. J. with his grievances or supposed-to-b- e ope, not only as an enlightened and uorK. Ho alpo established a female grievances against Sheriff with male zealous prelate, but as a profound reformatory, together died Sunday morning, the victim of Prohibitionist Democrats Plan and female poor schools. his rival candidate. In the Out of and elegant scholar." opinion of many Mr. Cronan is The Catholic Herald writes: "In these schools grew tho Presentation Preachers' Song of Evultation a complication or uiseases. Besides to Bring Billy Sunday tier husband she leaves four daughto pursuo his own wishes Convent. He was ordained priest in entitled his death not only has Catholicity Uas Changed to Wail of ters. Mrs. C. J. Rati. Nrs T? fi In the manner of his canvass, and to mourn one of her purest and Cork, October 10, 18Q9, and was Here. Sprlngston, Mrs. J. H. Boswell and If Mr. Brumleve can not find any Sorrow. ablest champions, but Christianity appointed lecturer at the Cathedral. Miss Cornelia Welkel. greater excuso for protesting Funeral he one of its most brilliant ornaments, In the same year he published the services were held Tuesday morning should hold his peace. As stated for who that ever listened to 'his "Religious Repertory," established at St. John's church, Rev. Father Candidate Bruinlevc Is Badly before in these columns, Mr. Brumdefense of his faith and explana- a circulating library in tho parish leve would make more friends by tion of his doctrines tout felt Hhat of St. Mary, Shandon, and attended They Are Now Indignant nnd Schuhmann celebrating tho requiem mass. Advised Iii Opinion of telling the voters what he would do truth from his lips prevailed with the city jail. In tile elections of Clamorus .For Simple Is elected 'Mayor, his methods of 1812 he fearlessly exerted his indouble sway.' " Many. Joseph Gnadingei'. aged forty-reform, etc., and In the event of his The Boston Pilot writes: "Bishop fluence, maintaining that "in vindiJustice. seven and for a number of years defeat there would be no sore spots England is dead! None shall again cating tho political rights of his custodian of Alackln Council club to heal in local Democracy. It is hear him, with a monarch's voice, countrymen ho was but asserting house, died Sunday evening of an tho writer's opinion that tho Brumproclaim xne great aocirines or ine their liberty of conscience." In Illness of stomach trouble. He was CORNER DUNCAN NOT ELIGIBLE leve candidacy has gained no 1814 ho vigorously and successfully Catholic church. No more shall wo FORMING A RELIGIOUS LOBBY long a resident o'f St.. Vincent ground and surely can not gain see that glorious countenance assailed with tongue and pen the do Paul's parish and had a wide enough to defeat Mr. Cronati, which raaTaTTf'with the halo 'of divine in- insidious veto measure which threatcircle of friends. Ho leaves a wife, makes it all the more advisable spiration; never again shall we lis- ened disaster to tho church in IreMrs. Rose Gnadlngor; three broth With the adjournment of the that he and his real friends change ten to his exalted precepts; no land. Next to O'Cqnnell's, his inAll Americans who are not Demo- ers, Frank, John and Edward Gnad- - Legislature, which place their present stylo of canvass. more shall tho mind bow captive to fluence was the greatest in the Inger, and three sisters, Mrs. Rosa shortly, It is expected takes the masculine power of his logic, or agitation which culminated in Cath- crats know that a particularly sav- Schuster, Mrs. that Gov. There Is nothing but tho best of Jacob Stober and Stanley and his friends will take feeling for 'Mr. Brumleve ntfd his the perspicuous and overwhelming olic emancipation. To help this age revolution has been in progress Mrs. of Chicago. Peter His splendor of 'his reasoning. That cause he founded the Chronicle, in Mexico for several years. The funeral was Klein, Wednesday morn- a hand in the political deals now friends among tho bulk of the loheld going on throughout Kentucky, and cal Democrats and it goes without proud and towering intellect that which he continued to edit until he Democrats will learn the fact as ing from St. Vincent's de Paul's the friends of tho State administra- saying that all aro desirous of seeseemed to reach heaven In its flight, left Ireland. In 1817 ho was ap- soon as the Republicans get into tion say that an awful jolt will be ing a fair and square primary in and draw proofs of the immaculate pointed parish priest of Bandon office, exclaims tho editor of Amer- church. August. given to the plans of the purity of his creed from its eternal After three years in Bandon he was ica.. Among the people cognizant The funeral of Nora Reilly, the It is being stated pretty author-ativel- y clique, which has been at throne, hath left its earthly tene- promoted to the episcopal see of of this upheaval beyond tho Rio daughter of Mr. and tempting to dictate the nominations that Coroner Ellis Duncan Grande are several itinerant preachment and ascended to its 'kindred Charleston. on ers, their wives and their progeny. Mrs. D. J. Reilly, of 1106 South in Democratic circles. Beaten at Is not eligible for element. God hath taken to HimCARDINAL TO PATRIOTS. As usual these latter folk, babies Seventh street, took place from St. every turn In their attempt to several grounds, and this fact is self tho brightest and purest of tho Included, are the only ones who Louis Bertrand's church Saturday block tax reform, thereby discredit- liable to hrlng a good field in the land! him, who like some Christian being ing tho Governor, It is now the in- Coroner's raco in tho next few Cardinal O'Connell, of Boston, know anything about the dire con- afternoon, tho Jupiter wielded the thunder of a statement Monday night, ditions that obtain beyond tho bor- six little schoolmates. Very Rev. tention of tho weeks. Dr. Duncan's service in tho truth and went forth to illumine the Issued upon tho nation to rise .from der. They know the leaders of Father Orowloy conducted the fu- crowd to control if possible tho regular army, which Is just now bepath of tho desponding mortal; who calling spoke but to convince, and who its knees, bended during holy week, tho revolution, they know the men neral services and delivered a election machinery throughout the ginning, will bring him. a big fat in arms, they know tho political, touching sermon, telling of how the State, and to that end they have salary for the next few years at shed a glory refulgent with hope and "hasten now to act." "There is but one sentiment per- economic and social causes underly- little child bore hor long weeks of centered their attention on the least, and coupled with the fact around tho sceptic 'heart. All feel Christian patience that one has gone down to the missible today that sentiment is ing the disorder, they know all suffering with and tho regard in Sheriff's race in pretty nearly every that he has been away for nearly grave the greatness of whose mind absolute unity," he said. "Our about everything and everybody. and fortitude, county where the Democratic party a year previous to this1, it would bo and whose benevolence and elo- country is at war our nation Carranza and his Generals are fine which sho was held by her teachers Is dominant. Thus far this plan pretty good politics for the Demoplaymates. Besides her parents has progressed smoothly enough be- crats to nominate some one on the quent example have ennobled hu- therefore needs us all, every man, upstanding men fighting for light, and and child of us, to freedom, morality, religion; heroes, she ds survived by tho following cause of legislative matters taking ground. Those who know say the man nature. That the earth has woman closed over one who has stood a strengthen her, to hearten her, and every one of them, striving to put brothers and sisters: Bertrand, Leo, up the time of Gov. Stanley and Government legulatlons are pretty pillar of immovable power to the to stand faithfully by her until her the principles of the "Reformation" Winifred, Evelyn, Alfred and Helen. his friends, but it is a foregone con- strict on this point and do not alCatholic church of America; whose hour of trial has passed and her Into effect foe- Mexico's benefit; the that with tho adjournment low a commissioned officer to hold One of tho oldest members of St. clusion Legislature soma bombshells another salaried public office. resplendent genius, mellowed with hour of glorious triumph shall ar soldiers, dear boys, are only reactof the the sacred influence of his high and rive. So up from our knees! Our ing against oppression, and the Anthony's parish passed away in will be thrown into that plan. stiength of political, economic holy mission, shone forth in the souls have gathered CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. Unfortunately right hero in Jefand social the person of Anton Schunicht, who the beauty and majesty of a mind en- sacrifice from theslght of Calvary. causes of the war are summed up in died of home, infirmities of old age ferson county the at his 2111 West Madison plan of capturing the Democratic Lot us lift one word, Rome, St. John's Hall, Clay and Waldowed with more than human in- God and our nation! it least that vas was a native of Ger- nomination for Sheriff has pro- nut, was well filled Wednesday tellect. None can feel the terrible up that cry from heaven. Neither so about a year ago, when Villa and street. Hewas many and for many years with gressed to the extent that local calamity that has fallen upon the base hate nor sullen anger may dim Carranza were flirting with tho night when the Central Committee ministry of truth and religion but the glory of our flag. But let 'the evangelists. It is not true now. the Louisville and Nashville Rail- ranks are more dn danger of disKnights of America road Company. those who have listened to him love of true freedom blessed, God- - Tho flirtation Is over; Carranza is two sons, John Surviving him are ruption than for many years past, of the Catholic F. Schunicht, of and murmurs of discontent against held the monthly meeting. Presiabove all seated more or legs securely, and pouring forth the reflections given freedom which when Louisville, and the of his lofty mind, who have heard other lands our country has cher- tho preachers, their wives and their seph Schunicht, the Rev. Father Jo- the proposal to nominate a Haly- - dent Will Cushlng occupied Presiof Camden, N. J., Beckman man for Sheriff are heard chair, and the invitation of his masterly and convincing reason- ished and defended let that be the progeny can no longer look into his ing, and felt the power of his thrilling power that will quicken dreamy Southern eyes and read and three daughters. 'Mrs. LeoDold In every gathering. Tho plan to dent Fleck to all members and their Intl., Matt attend the meeting sublime oratory. Par 'from the land our pulse's into a still greater love therein the conquest of the "Scarlet Herblg, Jasper, Miss and Mrs. Schu- give Jefferson county's vote to lady friends toClub Eberhard and Loretta at the Knights of his kindred, which he loved so of America than wo have ever Woman." Beckham in 1914 out of gratitude of the Social six well, he slumbers In the tomb, over Jcnown till now. It Is a short story just this: nicht, of this city, and was grand- to the Evening Post for Its' fight in of Columbus Hall, In connection held behalf of the municipal ticket with tho formation of a woman's "We are of all races; today we Tho Mexican constitution confis- children. The funeral whose- dust ages may roll, but not Earnest produce one so great, so pure, so are one Americans. Whatever we cates every foot and stick of Monday morning, Rev. Father Schu caused the first breach in local branch, was accepted. can do In honor and justice, that Protestant mission property, and nicht celebrating the solemn re- Democracy's ranks, which had been talks were made by Gen. Relchert, good.' by a solidified since the campaign of Col. McGinn, Petor J. Dowllng and On ono Occasion he was preach- we must in conscience do to defeat tne indignant preachers are clam- quiem high mass, assisted ing at Baltimore. During his stay our enemies and mako our flag tri- orous for justice. The shoo is now number of the local clergy. 1909, and although It was a bitter Peter Buchhoit. The matter of the pill to swallow for many Democrats anniversary celebration on May 20, a lady of rank and refinement vis- umphant. Christ is risen. He has on their foot, and the pressure is InWILL BE DELIGITTFUL. some 4,000 did so and for their when the ladies' branch will be ited the city to consult a dentist. triumphed over iniquity and death. unbearable. It was a joyous sight n by Supremo President double-cros- s stituted requested her to excuso Let us look up to where He now to see Rome crushed. At the time were given Tho latter Decidedly ono of the largest and pains by Beckham an awful ithe foland Supreme Trustee Michael him that ,day, as he had made an sits In glory and read anew from that God was blasphemed, churches and JIaly social lowing year, when they brought out Quinn, was left with the Social engagement which he was very anx- the story of his Passion and his desecrated, priests murdered and most enjoyable lotto "In fact, madam, triumph the greatest of all lessons Sisters maltreated, two preachers affairs will bo tho euchre and given McChesney for Governor on a pro Club, who will bo aided by tho enious to keep. supper tire Central Committee. After a Bishop England, the most cele- man can ever learn that evil is flitted through our country, singing and excellentTuesday to bo Monday and afternoon and hibition platform against Jefferson brated preacher in our country, is conquered only by divine courage, or the new kingdom of glory into evening for the benefit of St. (Paul's county's favorite son, Lieut. Gov. social half hour adjournment was taken and all present proceeded to was to come now In this city, and I had de- that death has no terrdrs for the which Protestantism E. J. McDermott. Emll termined to hear him." The lady man of faith, and that not all the through the guns and daggers of church, of which the Rev. Eugene It is now the Intention of the the home ofofBranch Stein, a charter C, where praytVk)aw iiit tint umll frnrvwfnrA riches of this world are worth a ruffians. But their song of exulta- Donohoo Is pastor. Everybody and prohibition Democrats to bring member h1s,wlfo or sweetheart will bo there, how to dispose of her time, thought passing thought in comparison with tion has been changed to a wall of as St. Paul's Hall can accommodate Billy Sunday here just previous to ers for the dead were recited. things which enduro forever. sorrow. According to the Brooklyn next Governor's race, and to she could not do better than go and the us Tho ladles MONSTER PARADE. hasten now to act. We have Eagle of March 26 tho preachers a great gathering. will servo of the end It Is Tumored that Haly She Let hear the famous preacher. the congregation the that went, and so strong was the impres- spoken enough. May God preserve havo coniq together to resist Car- supper, and the games and other and Beckham's local representative, Brooklyn's greatest Catholic civic ranza, and the Mexican Congress is charming incidentals will help mako whom everybody knows because of sion produced in Tier mind that she and bless Amerfca." to ibe "confronted by a moat pow- tho evening delightful to tho hun- his dally plunges in the limelight demonstratiqn will be held on Sunbecame half a Catholic on the spot. SUPRISE WEDDING. erful religious lobby In which all dreds of guests planning to attend. with religion, war, prohibition or day afternoon, April 22, when the On her return Bhe confided to her Miss Catherine Hogarty and Will, creeds will bo represented." "It Is any old subject for an excuse, Is men of the dioceso will parade to do brother .the change wrought In her Caskey, prominent planned to assemble all the mis- LADIES' AUXILIARY opinions respecting the Catholic lam Emery EUCHRE. now fathering tho plan to bring honor to Right Rev. Bishop Charles Sunday here. All of this only em H. McDonnell, on the occasion of church. The brother received the young people of Lexington, wero sionaries of Mexico at Mexicq City, intelligence with alarm and indigna- married at the parsonage of St. to make an orderly demonstration Tho Ladles' Auxiliary, A. O. H., phasizes the fact that local .Democthe silver jubilee of his consecra tion. But how was he to draw her Peter's church, the Rev. Father against the measure." Then Robert will entertain with a euchre and racy must steer clear of the tion. In view or xne race tnai over back from the goal to which sho William Punch officiating. After E. Sneer uprose and spoke: lotto next Wednesday evening in selection for Sheriff or 45,000 men marched in the jubilee Bishop Loughlin, "The language of tho constitution their hall, 1818 Portland avenue, any other office, and if this course procession of 'waa hurrying? To convince 'her of the marriage the couple left In their what he regarded as her folly he motor car for a trip to.Parkersburg, Is plain. There can be no mistake games to be called at 8:15 o'clock. Is not pursued widespread dlssen-Blo- n inn.nnn in not too hleh an estimate of those who Tho committee have secured many commenced an earnest course of W. Va for a visit to Mr. Caskey's about the purpose will be the result. To begin of the number who will march on reading and inquiry; and in order father and sister, Mrs. Lau. They drafted it. It means simply that valuable ana handsome prizes to be with, Gov. Stanley and his friends April 22. to foil the Bishop with his own will be away abbut, three weeks, after the first of May the Govern awarded their patrons. are not going to sit Idly by and alwedding were ment of Mexico becomes the absowe pons, he resolved to hear him Attendants at the TALLY PRIZES A FEATURE. low an open and avowed enemy In preach. jHe did go, and such was Mr. and Mrs. Ray Moss, of Pine- - lute owner of all religious property HELPING CYCLONE VICTIMS. the important office of Sheriff, nor It doesn't matter A euchre and lotto will be given are the Haldemans and the Courier-Journthe power of the preaeher and the wllle, 'Mrs. Moss being the sister of in Mexico. The women of Holy Trinity and TlnHa expected to en- for the benefit of St. Columba's honest candor of the listener that the bride. The 'bride as the young- whether this consists of churches or church next Tuesday afternoon and the alarmed and Indignant brother est of .three daughters of Mrs. Cath- hospitals, convents or parsonages. church, New Albany, are making ex- thuse- over a ticket with a received ink), the erine Hogarty, She Is one of Lex- This doesn't neeeeearKy mean that tensive arrangements for an enter was actually man for Sheriff, the high- evening in St, Columba's Hall, Thirty-fand Market streets. . Games church before the slater, who was ington's moat gifted musicians. Her the Tellglous Institutions will be tainment to be given at Holy Trin est office In Wie county. It is a ifth suppressed. Indeed this wasn't the ity school hall on Tuesday and certainty that the liquor men, will be called at 2:30 and 8:15 only on the road to ltl From the wedding gown was mustard-colore- d , A lunch will be served She were a beautiful purpose of the framers of the con- Wednesday nights-- May 1 and 2, wholesale and retail, (will not pull o'clock. date of h(s conversion the Catholic cloth chestnuts out of from 5:30 to 7 and tally prlaes will church In America had not a bolder comara bouquet of violets. The stitution. 'It means simply that the for the benefit? of eyelone sufferers the Government .'1)1 reserve the right la that city. . or aler champion than William (wedding was a surprise. ithe fire, and when it is Haken into be a feature. April 11, 1842. lllllHl ' Jl PI inianwnnWii .1 III ujiuili ,! f , J MEXICO GOVERNOR Haly-Beckha- m w e, ht Cro-na- nr Haly-Beckha- m nine-year-o- ld pall-heare- - Haly-Beckha- m - Gau-de- after-East- er fC Haly-Beckha- m Tho world war while focusing the attention of the masses upon tho activities of the great armies has also brought into prominence the more merciful and benignant career of tho nurse. It will be of tlmoly Interest therefore to hear facts unfamiliar to the majority of our people concerning the history and development of nursing in our coun- iry:.H.?ro aBa,a we caa turn with justifiable satisfaction to the pages of a recently published book by a and read from the pen of an outsider a remarkable tribute to tho work Which tho r.niirnh ,hr.a accomplished in this field. In "Health Nursing," by Mary Sewall Gaidner, R, N., we are told that 'In America, as In EneinnH iu sick have been cared for by nuns and Sisters, both in and out of nospiiais, since tho earliest settlement days. One can not road nf th hardships so heroically endured by tho Sisters in their efforts to nurso tho Indians in Canada in the first nan oi ino seventeenth century without thrills of admiration, and at an even earlier date Spanish nuns were at work in the hospitals of Mexico." Herein our author but corrobor ates tho testimony of Charles F. uoomis, who records in his "The Awakening of a Nation" that a royal hospital for Indians was founded In Mexico in 1553, that in the great epidemic of 1762 this same hospital cared for 8.3 G2 ner- sons; that besides this there wero mqny other hospitals founded in various parts of Mexico before our own country was anything more than a very primitive colonial settlement. Summing up their work Loomls exclaims: "No other nation (than Spain) has founded sp extensively such beneficiaries iu its colonies, and few colonies have built so well upon their Inherit may pick flaws In these ance. Wo Institutions as administered while we wero hanging witches, but tho Institutions wero there and aro there yet." Miss Gardner In turn bears out Loomls in this his last assertion when sho states that: "The Pllgrira fathers and mothers wore made of different material, and came to tho new world 'for other reasons than those which brought their French aud Spanish neighbors. They came to make for themselves homes, and their religion took llttlo heed of the Indian or the state of his soul. Among the early Canadian settlors on the other hand were Jesuit priests, who came for the solo purpose of converting the savages and saw In the nursing skill of tho Sisters an Important means to that end." Even so impoitant a settlement as Montreal was Intended prlmarlly not so much as a center for trade as a gathering point for the activities of faith and mercy. For as our author continues, "Montreal came Into existence as a mission consisting of three communities, ono of priests to manage tho affairs of tho colony, one of nuns to teach tho faith to the children, and ono of Sisters to nurse the sick; and all this arranged In obedience to what was believed to bo a direct revelation of God, before there was any colony to manage, and children to teach or any sick to nurse." What a glaring contrast to this picture of devotion to the Catholic Ideal of charity and mercy, and for that matter to Catholic efficiency, is that offered to us when we aro told In the same chapter of tho development of nursing in New England. "The newly established communities however, in the English colonies, wero not loilg without their sick, and aa the little villages grew provision was made in hospitals Tho first, Blockey in Philadelphia and Bellevuo In New York, were started s, as what wo would now call and dreadful indeed was their nursing history. No tales of the cruel neglect of English almshouse nursing of the same period can exceed those that can bo told of these two hospitals. Lurid pictures como down to us of drunken attendants fighting like furies over the beds of their patients, or lying In sodddn unconsciousness besides the bodies of' tho dead." Thus we see that Jn this so Important field of charity tho church hoi a record splendid indeed. It need but bo kpown to command the reverence and gratitude of all truly Interested in tho welfare of insti tutions which make for the betterment and ennoblement of our race. C. B. of C. Y. non-Cathol- ic poor-house- n: i FOR PEWEE VALLEY CHURCH. al Haly-Beckha- m i Halr-Beekha- m -- A euchre and lotto will be gives next Tuesday afternoon and eveatas in St. Martin's Hall, Gray street, near Shelby, the proceeds of'whiea will be given to St. Aloysius churoa Games will be of Pewee Valley. called at 2:30 and 8:30, Admioeiosk tea cents, games fifteen cento. jazBxrcarajOBrsr jd&xjsjbc az&jbzeli&ajs: April 14 Annual bridge party of church, next Wednesday afternoon Junior Circle of the Queen's Daugh- at 3 o'clock, Rev Father Baxter ters. performing the ceremony. Miss fttvstsV to fes Seslal serf Mfii AivsMMMaest t kM AmrkaM ami CiAeHss April 17 Euchro and lotlo . for Nellie Garvey and James Bafferty wcotp&fArero rouRTH Avema MARKCT STRUT church, will be the attendants. Following benefit of St. Aloysius OtfieiaHy Iaawd by Aadent CWir ot HfesfaUsa, Yejamg Mn's Peweo "Valley, at St. .Martin's Hall. the ceremony there will be a reof Aisttrfea. Institute aaa Catfcoifcc Kale 7 April Grand euchre, lotto ception at the home of the bride's We Give and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. SfNTUOKY IWIHH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporated, Puhllatw and supper for St. Paul's church, sister, Mrs. Michael D. McNally. afternoon 'and ovening, in St. Paul's SINOLB COPY fc Hall, Jackson and Kentucky. INTO HEAVENLY REST. INSCRIPTION PRICE, 0N8 DOLLAR PBR YEAR fUttw. April 20 Euchro and lotto by BnUr4 MTlgPSflJ8 Rev. Father Louis C. Ohle, pasChurch Debt I West urrea 81 St. Louis Bertrand's of the KKOUCCY HH5H AMBMCAN, AfimasH Association in Bertrand Hall, after- tor the St. Martin's church and one most beloved priests of the of noon and evening. Louisville diocese, who had been 6 April Minstrels at St. in poor health for over a year, was Augustine's Hall, 1308 West Broad- released from his earthly suffering way, evenings. Tuesday morning. Father Ohle was April 27 Branch 5, C. K. and L. an unassuming but earnest priest of A., euchro and lotto party in St. of God, and not only in St. Martin's parish but throughout the diocese ...SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1917 Cecilia's Hall. KY. LOUISVILLE, his death April 27 Euchre and lotto, St. and State societies will be mourned. will miss and Catholic ever their friend andhim, church, Thirteenth adas he was crime is continuous, as is con- William's GROUNDIIOC? PATRIOTS. streets, evening only. Oak viser and a strong supporter of the clusively proven by tho report of 0 April Musical entertainKnights of America, Catholic In these stirring days" of patriot- tho Irish Prisons Board for ment at St. Leo's Mall, Highland Knights of St. John, St. Charles public Is wondering what ism the the Great Society and St. Martin's I'arK, ai a p. ni. has become of lhe Guardians of May 27 Entertainment for Vis- Bruderbund. Father Ohle came to to Liberty, the Junior Order and othTHERE'S A RKASOX. itation Home building fund, after- this country in 1871 and over Louisville three ers of the A. P. A. stripe, who have noon and evening, in parlors of the years in 1874, serving for as Secretary to the late Bishop In a doleful editorial the Louis- home. themselves for been advertising pastor McCIoskey and as assistant July 4 Catholic Orphan Society at tho Cathedral. In 1879 he was years as the real defenders and ville Herald bemoans tho fact that England Is not better liked here picnic on St. Vincent's Orphanage transferred to Bardstown, later beguardians of the Hag at school gathcoming pastor of a church at St. erings, fraternal parades, etc. As in America and Bays that our chil- grounds. 25 He had charge of a July Annual picnic for St. Matthews. a striking example, Congressman dren are taught to hate England Joseph's Orphan Asylum, on orphan- Lchurch at Owensboro from 1886 to from their dnfancy, and further at- age grounds, NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT 1891, when ho became pastor of Kltohln, who led the fight against Frankfort avenue. tempts to prove that there should St. Francis of Assist church on the President Wilson's declaration of He Temalned Bardstown road. war, Is a leading and honored mem- be no feeling against John Bull in tOCcCPybJfcoOwPCw there nine years and, then was put any quarter. Here are a few of the Conber of the Junior Order, while in charge of g church, where St. Vincent de Paul's he was located five gressman Burnett, another pacifist, reasons for England's world-wid- e by force of years. For twelve years he had Is the father of the Immigration popularity: England been pastor of St. Martin's church. of bill, which was aimed at Catholics arms forced the introduction In addition to his religious work opium into. China for financial principally. Our A. P. A. patriots ho was principal of the parochial profits; India is robbed and millions .Mr. and Mrs. John Hensler schools of tho churches of which ho seem to be of the groundhog type last week at Bedford, Ind. had served as pastor and was reready to crawl in their hole when starved to death by England; the garded as an able educator. His Boers were murdered and .robbed of the shadow of war looms up. Mrs. Joseph Quinn, of Jefferson-vlllonly relatives in America are his by England, who coveted their lands is home after a pleasant visit cousins, Mdss Mary Hager, who for tho Boer diamond mines; England at Memphis, Tenn. years had been his housekeeper NEED OV HOUR. and the Rev. Father Fred William in turn butchered tho American Mr. and Mrs. William Vette have Hager, of Bismarck, N. D. WednesFlag waving and loud hurrahing Indian, tho Australian Bushman, are a poor substitute for patriotism. the New Zealand Maori; murdered been visiting Mr. and 'Mrs. C. H. day morning the remains were Aubrey at Stlthton. taken from tho rectory to the Genuine patriotism is not addicted and robbed the Afghans, the Egyptchurch, where they lay in state to violent ebullitions of Robert Dunn has returned from a until the funeral Thursday morning, ians, tho Soudanese, the Persians TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS surface loyalty. It is calm and and overy other people that came visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. a constant stream passing Into the church to offer a prayer for the reand will insist on looking In her grasp. When Ireland was I. M. Dunn, at Danville. rational pose of his soul. The office for the on both sides of any and every starving, thousands dying Lee Wehrley left dead was chanted previous to the Miss for want question of moment, and will of food, soulless England exported Sun'day Mattie Lexington to visit mass, the sanctuary and front pews public for being filled by priests from this and judge for Itself what is conformable shiploads of food, raised in Ireland, friends in the Bluegrass. adjacent dioceses. The solemn reto the honor and dignity of the na- out of Ireland, coining money quiem mass began at 10 o'clock, out Mrs. Alex. tion. It will not yield an lota to of the bodies of the Irish cold in been visitingAshatand children have with tho following priests officiatBardstown, the the clamor of designing knaves, or death from ing: Very Rev. J. P. Cronln, V. G., starvation. As one guests of Mrs. Alice Curran. celebrant; tflev. John Bohlsen, deathe cajolery of the puts It: "TJio criminal hiswriter anil can no more be led away from tory Miss Esselle Hoffman visited in con; Rev. A. Gasser, of Great Britain has no par- Shepherdsvillo the past week, the Rev. Francis Felten, master of ceretho path of duty to the nation monies; Rev. F. Kelleher and Rev. SAM allel for wickedness on this side of guest of Mrs. Sara O'Bryan. than its loud mouthed caricature O. Fallon; Rev. D. O'Sulllvan and can bo led to the firing line. But hell," and yet the Herald's young J. J. Kavanagh, Sr., one of our Rev. C. P. Raffo, chaplains to the In Prayer .Books, Rosaries, Scapular Lockets, Scapular Rines, Bishop. The sermon was delivered should a clash come, should the man wonders why there's mot a b'et- - pioneer citizens and leading ter feeling for King George and Pins and Medals, many new Models in Staturary, beautiful picis 111 at St. Joseph's by Right Rev. Bishop Denis life sword of tho nation be unsheathed, who spoke of tho and tures, can.be found at the new Church Goods House. Infirmary. it will be found grim and silent in dear old England. work of the priesthood and paid A visit from you to our store will surprise you of the many feeling tribute to tho memory of tho front trenches, calmly calculatMiss Maggie Conlen, of Jefferson-vlllA PRIVATE MATTER. new things that can be had in religious articles and remember Father Ohle. The Trustees of St. ing the extent of the victory It is has leturned' from a visit to Martin's church acted as pallthat every article is priced right. determined to win. A little less of One's personal habits, in the mat her sister, Mrs. Mollie Johnson, at bearers, while the guard of honor We want you to see our First Communion Prayer Books before tho flag waving and the hysterical ter of eating and drinking, within Indianapolis. was composed of tho members of you make your purchase. the church societies. hurrahing, and a little nioro of the the limits of moderation and apMiss Emily Lyman, after a visit calm, thinking, genuine patriotism proved social usage, are private af- to Misses Elizabeth Hayes and Alice vanatvBBaaaBvPr Pikc-Hick- cy MACICIN COUNCIL. Is what the country most needs at fairs, with which "it, does not seem Hayes, lias returned to her home in Richmond, Va. this hour. True to its motto, "Pro Deo, Pro gentlemanly for you or me to inter312 W. Jefferson St., Bet. Third and Fourth. CANDIDATE FOIt Patria," there was another manifere. Thus writes tho editor of thb Beswlck and little festation of real patriotism at the Mrs. Walter Catholic Citizen. I believe in tem- son were In Lebanon this week, vis- meeting Monday night of Mackin The National Hibernian well says perance and sobriety; I think total iting Mrs. Beswick's parents, Mr. Council, Y. M. I., when it was voted OF JEFFERSON COUNTY that all members who enter the that thb only patriotic "hyphenated" abstinence an admirable practice; and Mrs. J. P. Gllkerson. ormy bo kept in good standing dur- Subject to Action of Democratic! Party. Americans in time of war are the but I am not necessarily commitSister Alexia, of the Dominican ing their service. There was also a rrunury vutusc , 1311. Tho pride In ted, because I admire the vows of order, Is here from Lowell, Mass., sentiment that, the use of the club Irish blood Is forgotten in the duty chastity and obedience, to take such on account of the illness of her sis- house be placed at tho disposal of That you ipent for something yu did not NEED would have started a the Government. of American cifcienshlp. It is enough vows; nor am, I a hypocrite, if es- ter, Miss Nellie O'Sulllvan. President Seb SAVINGS ACCOUNT with tblt bank; to bear interet COMPOUNDED Hubuch urged the members to befor men and women of our race to teeming such vows I yet live in the 'aanBaanaaakK Miss Eva Heffernan, of Clifton, come Interested in the initiation to twice a year; There MAY COUK a time when yonr "LAST DOLLAR" know that some of tho most brilliant world and of the world, marry a has been spending the Easter holi- be held April 22, when twenty-fiv- e pages 'n our story are also some of wife and save a fortune. days with her sister, Miss Viola will lecolve the degrees, to be conmatt be spent for something yov DO NEED. The SAVING bow of the the proudest pages In American ferred by a team from Trinity Clergymen deny themselves much Heffernan, at Winona, Minn. dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever costing, Council. Rev. James Maloney, now history. We know that our part in when they enter the religious callrap- at S. J. McEllIott Is improving bt. uoiumba's church, was made tho past has been engraved on the ing, and they obligate themselves to idly fiom his attack of rheumatism an honorary member, and applivci-base of the mighty edifice of endure many hardships. A clergy- and his many friends and acquaint- cation of Paul C. Barth the was reour country. Wo know that true man is a gentelman, too; and the ances hope to see him out in a ceived, William Timmerman was KSSSSSSSlSSSSSSSSBSft reported still sick and his condition citlenship Is of tho spirit, and that right decorum that requires us to short time. vLiHillKPFslllfllvy unchanged. Secretary Morris was a true Irishman must also bo a true be considerate, fair, Little Miss Margaret Ratterman instructed to send a letter of conAmerican. Wo feel that our and as toward the entertained a party of her young dolence to George Poggel on the Fifth and Court Place. of other races recognize that private habits of a gentleman apply friends and schoolmates Easter Sun- death of his mother and also to forpen'Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. day, the occasion being her birthday ward the annual donation to St. our loyalty is unquestioned, and to the case of a clergyman. The Lawrence Home. Announcement that it calls for no open expressions clergyman, as the moral guide of anniversary. was Attorney Fred fou and definitions. Yet it Is well to his people, may perceive that modyears Forcht made that Mrs. Patrick Flaherty, for would deliver an address at emphasize in words what wo know eration in the use a resident of Jeffersonvllle, has tho meeting on Monday, April 30. COUNTY COMMISSIONER of liquor is com gone Indianapolis, where she will will bo unchallenged, because the patible Subject to Action of Democratic Party. with Christian living In the make to Primary August 4, 1917. her home with her daugnter, THIXTONIM' ADAMS. old war cries have their needs in a case of some of his congregation; Mrs. Dally Tipps. time of stress and peril. Men stand that total abstinence Is advisable in The society event of the week In their places when the call Is Mrs. P. J. Burke and daughter, was tho beautiful home wedding of the case of others, and that even clear and the duty plain, and even when Burke, have returned to Is not a necessity it may Miss Helen in Chicago after an en- Miss Mary Ellen Thlxton and Edtheir home the most warlike soldiers fight with wisely it ward Pope McAdams solemnized y be inculcated as a special joyable visit with Mrs. Walter Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock greater skill when sentiments of virtue. But in so determining In Jeffersonvllle. ai the residence of the bride's parthe prlda are touched. Thus Americans ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thlxton, anof our race havo ever dwelt upon clergyman's own private habits are Mr. and Mrs. John B. The Rev. not called into question. The total nounced the engagementAlbertstheir Jr., on Fourth street. of tho deeds of Irish soldiers in the Father George M. Connor, of St. Alclergyman is broad daughter. Miss Clara 'Elizabeth William's church, performed the Revolution, In the Mexican, civil abstinence berts, to and our other wars. We nave organ-le- d enough to recognize as his spiritual ding will William G. Lee. Tho wed ceremony in the presence of the INCOHFOKATBD. take place In June. two families and the immediate Y7&MnnnnnnW- In soveral States companies and children tho moderate drinkers of only relatives. The attendants NINTH ANB KENTUCKY. .snanV ''TlinlnHI regiments of Hibernian rifles, and his parish, and he is not inconsistMiss Katherine Kiernan, who has were Misses of naW&:nnnnnnnw? ent in so doing. The clergyman been spending several weeks the Ruth the sisters and the 'bride,Thlxton, Home City 405 Camb. SobJIi 415 there are thousands of our mem-hoEffle Thlxton Mrs. Frank familiar with military tactics who is not a total abstainer may, guest of her sister, has returned who were tho bridesmaids. Among Kelly, and Mr. Kelly, guests who attendthe h31sPPOPbW and discipline. Those men are slmlliarly, welcome total abstinence to her home in Philadelphia. ed the wedding were Mesdames e material for an Irish without having his consistency Louise Adair and William Kelley, CANDIDATE FOU brigade, which shall carry forward called into question by reference to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph , Lavialle of Hawesvillo; Mrs. Edward Hlnkle, Where the home In Where work la qaickij engagement of of Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs. James CITY TREASURER the traditions of that Irish brigade his own table. In matters of this Russell nnnounco the brightest; done; Mary Rus Snowden, of New York; Mrs, John Subject kind Uie remark of Emerson is ap- their daughter, Miss Ann to Action of Democratic Party. Where the work In which served under those other sell, to Aloysius L. Landes. The D. Allison, Mr. ttnd Mrs. James P. Where cooking aeeena Primary August 4, 1917. Hibernians, Corcoran, Sweeney and plicable: "A foolish consistency is wedding will be solemnized in June, Dismukes, Mrs. Bessie Landrum, of lightest; real fun; Meagher, and which, more of little Tninds." than the Mayfleld; Mr. and Mrs. John H. Where the meal is 5SpjriMnlg"cfc..-- i Where baking gives deElizabeth Darker, of Jelllco; Mr. and Mrs. and Misses Helen fifty years ago, exhibited .those cooked beat; light; With intermittent rain showers, Malone have returned to Cincinnati Harry E. Thlxton, of Henderson; qualities on the field of battle that Where the' range stands Where drudge Is oat of studies, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shlvely, of to resume their musical the teat sight are truly a test of bur institutions hail and snow, the annual Easter after spending Easter with their Norwalk, Ohio, Thlxand Mrs. That's where the That's where the high quality of rendering un parade in Louisville was spoiled. patents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. ton, Sr., of Owensboro. John and Brine: us your soiled, sunburned Panthe Mr. "Quick Heal" coaea "Quick Meal" somes braved the Malone. questioned and eager service as Nevertheless people Mrs. McAdams have gone East on ama that con not be cleaned. We will ka. In. storm and all the Catholic churches their wedlng trip and upon their dye it a cood black, and reshape It, by fake advertiseQuick Meal Gas Raagea Sold, Installed and Highly Rcoommtada Mr. and Mrs. Dan Byrne were return will go to housekeeping In Don't be misledthe only place in tho were thronged with devout ments. This is Hill city that knowa how to reshape ladles' called to Nprth Vernon, Ind., last an apartment at 418 West FREE FROM ORISIE. hats. All kinds of ladles' hats cleaned, week to attend the funeral of Mrs. street. dyed and reshaped Into the latest Byrne's grandmother, Mrs. Mary styles. Forty yenrs In business Is our According to the Irish, Weekly W. MARKET ST. STATISTICS FOll CATHOLICS. guarantee. uur GOOD NAMESAKE. Lafferty, and while there they were v?i iui Independent Ireland is on tho whole price is PX.A Byrne, Mr. Byrne's with Miss Katie An average of a llttie,over seven sister. comparatively free from crime. At Assistant Fire Chief Pat Carroll priests die overy week In the United has had a cigar named after him Falls City Straw Works a time when political agitation runs U. 1. mm, P. UNNOK, ., T. H. MERMKE. Their legion of friends will be and he is now eligible to the hall hiah and so nrany causes conspire States. X Pros. & Her. Wm rru. & Trow. X SHTttsr. 713 West Jefferson St. A fraction of over one priest la glad to know that Mr. and Mrs. of fame 'wkh the other noted to keep Irishmen In a state of unJames Tighe, who have been seri- celebrities. His many friends 'have rest the fair record established by added every day to the ranks of the ously ill at their home on Cecil told the maker of the cigar that priesthood in .the United the country is singularly gratifying. Last year 411 priests were States. avenue, are both 'convalescent and the weed will hve to be of a high added. The Independent says that the refIn the United States last year able to leave their room. Mr. standard to compare with our galthe erences made by the Judges at dailychurch added one new church Tighe Is "the well known L. and N. lant fire leader. Sewer sm CslTsrt Pine, passenger engineer. to her churches. the- Spring Assizes to the general Baanen's Pateat Lidded Flye fer Steaat Caafaiti . CARDINAL HONORED. JOHN B."RATTERMAN Last year there was a decrease of state of the eountry oan be sum- six in the number of boys' colleges, Dy unanimous vote of the Lowell, Wall Ceaias;, Dr&lm Tile. Ytfelftsi Brick. X The bans of matrimony were an. . . fk V s Ma tt marized in' a few words. The oases and an increase of nine in the num- nounced for the third ttae Sunday Mass., City Council, presided over j, rirorreeBBg, viae Lining, jure artca PUNERAL DIRECTOR ber of academies. at St. Louis Bertrand's church for by Mayor O'Donncll, the new parkbefore Ahem are few and the condiCrate aaa" laUerTlle, Creaai Fire Clay, Catmntr iTes. year there was Kelly and Joseph Li way the Dummer St. tion, of the particular county or city of Last in the number a decrease Miss Josephine well known in Cath street formed along .ten extension, facing the City From 1117 West Market Lenrhan. both of OFFICE 828 WEST JEFFERSON aatieiactory. In some few areas, orphanages in tho United Catholic olic social oircls. Mtes KeJly Is a Hall, has been named In honor of States. After Maiy 1 to wys the Independent, agrarian trou and an increase of 3,030 in the sister of Mrs. Annie Heaohey and a Cardinal O'Connell, Archbishop .of HOME PHONES CITY GUMS. MAIN 507. niece of Judge Matt O'Doherty. Mr; Boston. The Cardinal was born in 911 A WRST MARKET XT. bles are not yet ertfoet, but 4hey number 01 orphans, I Z WORKS 13tked Breck. and AUgaeHa Ave., Bet. 9tfc and ieth. " "1B Picopai oareer Cardinal Lenlhan 4s an attorney at law and Lowell and the people of the city, nrUai Lu a verv imjnh ttb,dued Gibbons has eonsecrated twsnty-on- e at present 1s located at Birming- irrespective of raee or creed, revere J Phones Shawns 1243. Cumberland 11H111 H HI form. The deeltae in- - ordinary Bishops. ,; 11 III 1 1 1 j 1 1 M j M j i j 1 M ' West 1107a. him. ham, Ala. PUBLISHED EVBRY SATURDAY. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. The marriage of JMIss Nellie Mul-lo- y will and Patrick J. Mcehan take place at St. Louis 'Bertrand's HERMAN STOUS SONS m 16-1- CMh JI9-2- 25-2- CONFIRMATION 29-3- SUITS FOR BOYS I SOCIETY, $4.95 $5.95 $6.45 60c ananas e, White Shirts and Blouses 79c $1.00 sub-deaco- n; L. ROBERTSON BEAUTIFUL GIFTS Irish-America- O'Don-aghu- e, e, Church Supply Company SHERIFF V01E ITOIfc The Last Dollar y Ky. Title Savings Bank non-intrusi- and Trust Co. fellow-citize- ns non-captio- 1 H. S. McNUTT &mmm ....GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOR HOME USE. High in Heat. low in Ash. V FRANK DACHER Dor-se- nWkk S6ANL0N GOAL 60MPflNy VMpNnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnh rs out-of-to- ready-mad- Where the Quick Meal Comes In llGiEl! y m ssnnf hob-gobl- in LADIES ClfcHER & SON, P. i fc.i I HHHIlllllllllHlll)HII)HIHHIIIIIIill(Hint t Notice of Removal BANNON PIPE CO. f- cw t 573-178- 6. I l'M m m I yg rnrBw-mV vrv- JSZ.T&JSPTTJOIZ' RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION! Incorporated. was organized by citizen BACON SLICED to make "AM Ready for Your Griddle la tha LOANS Morning" on furniture and other personal property at " HAMS, LARD, SAUSAQE LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bids., LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. 8. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. (Incorporated.) Both Phones, 2886. IRISH im.i.i.iinii ir - L3MCEiIO-M:- n - '!'"""' ''M""i7";'""""i'ii"ii mi hiimiii ..iinwnr.!. . (( JIBACOJiSOira INCORPORATED "SOUTHERN STAR" well-know- n, We Oive and Redeem Surety Coupons. I b.ifcidssWssWifl ' jrnSJBIiliBftfciMlJ A PLEASING DISPLAY OF m, IHelft PVIflBsB AMERICAN ELEVATORS MAiDH IN LOUISVILLE KSTABr.ISnKD.1803 irf kl 8Ih5 fSflHTrL ti ? ' BlBMssssrW'ssBssssPaMBW I LOVELY SILKS ments. BT A Louis Home A. 2556 Broring, D. D. S. W, Market SI AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. DBNTISTJ Finn 430 SEE FOOLEY rOR MONEY iCONFIDRNTOAL ENGRAVERS mKfr jLHB afUflulJflBJH COMPANY Jm flMJSMlL an Br JBBs jfcUBBfc. V AmW HMssB ItEHDHKflKfl&SiiiffjBiEHvHkiBf slTtBaflRsiBfasV IB IsFfifflt In silk fashioiiB, the spring and summer Reason will be distinguished by a widespread demand for tho heretofore exceptional patterns in other words, tho favored vogue will bo striking eitccts. Stripes will be wider than usual; dots, flowcrs'and figures are more prominent, and colors are of decided brilliancy. Of course, there is always a call for the staple colore and patterns, and of these we have our regular complete assort. 9804071 ENGRAVING ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELBCTROTYPERS CITY COLLEGE BOYS TRAINING ON CAMPUS. Building MS W. Main' St., LoulsriUe, Ky Xoom 1, Courier-JournA scene at the college of the City of New York showing the students on their picturesque campus in first 415 Fourth Street Home Phone City 6674 routine drills. The college students repreesnt practically every one of the warring nations and it 'has often been termed a "students' melting pot. Home Phone Shawnee SOI JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. JOHN AIIERN DEAD. NEW ALBANY. HENRY GOSS Headquarters for HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY Monday soerrero, auxTSxnrs, sfouttbtq and farm property. church wasmoraing St. Michael's Injuries resulting from a fall last thronged with people DIVISION 3. week caused the death Monday See us about anything in real to pay their last tribute to John Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted M. Ahem, of 701 East Main street, First and Third Monday, Hibernian of Mrs. estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. Rosa Connolly, widow of John Connolly, who lived ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTT when Rev. Martin O'Connor celeHome, 1818-182- 0 Portland. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. at 1941 East Market street, New brated requiem high mass over his Mil "West Broadway, Lonlsvills, Xy. Borne Phone City 4464. President John M. Riley. Albany. Mrs. Connolly fell at her remains. John Ahem was a Vice 'President Tim O'Leary. widely known and well liked resiRecording Secretary John . Mar- home, breaking her hip, and never Residence Phone, Pewee Valley 31-- J. dent of this city, where he was tin. recovered from the ?hock. She was Phone, City 8180. years ago. For sevborn years born fifty-nin- e 803 East Walnut Street Secretary Financial John J. ago in Ireland efghty-fou- r eral years he was connected with Broderlck. and had lived in New Albany JOS. DALY Wall Paper and Window Shades the police department and also Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. over sixty years. The funeral was held from Holy Trinity church, of served as Bond Commissioner. He Room Mouldings, Plcturo Frames Sergeant-at-Arm- s Fat Begley. which she was a faithful and highly was a recognized leader dn the CONTRACTING PAINTER and window Shades Wade to Order. Sentinel Thomas Noon. esteemed Democratic party in the East End member. Four sons, Homo Phone City 2517. 420 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. Thomas P. Connolly, of Alexandria; and had a large political following. DrVlSION 4. William Connolly, of Muncie, and Surviving him are Ills wife, Mrs. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH 00. Lillian Ochsenhint two Meets second and 'fourth Mondays, Edward and John Connolly, of New Ahem: Albany, survive her. The Great American sons, John and James Ahem; a , Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. INCORPORATED daughter, Mrs. Rudolph Defcroy; a President Thomas Lynch. Of Distillers brother, Patrolman Michael Ahern, JOIN BOOSTERS TODAY. Vice President John J. Barry. TAYLOR & WILLIAMS OLD FORTUNA SOUR BIA8H and two sisters, Misses Margaret . Financial Secretary Thomas J. "HOLLENBAOH" PURE BYB INCORPORATED. Every baseball fan and near-fa- n and Mary Ahern. Langan, 807 West Oak. LOUISVILLE, KY. Louisville, Ky. 838 ,W. Main St. Recording Secretary William P. should follow tho example of the local Optimists' Club and be on TWIN CITY OPENING. McDonogh. hand at Eclipse Park today to furTreasurer John F. Burke. T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY ARTISTIC PRINTING e rooting for the The Twin City League, LouisSergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Dlg-na- n. nish some Colonels against Roger Bresnahan's ville's leading amateur baseball orFIRST CLASS WORK ganization, will open Its 1017 seaINCORPORATED Toledo aggregation. The Optimists Sentinel M. J. McDermott. are leaders of the movement to Give This Office Your Next Order son at Shawnee Park tomorrow afternoon, the oponlng festivities to show appreciation of tho efforts of 508-51- 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. be featured by a band concert and 317 W. GREEN ST. Owner Wathon and Manager Cly-mto give Louisville another penaddressed on the four diamonds by Both Phones 4202 City 946 Telephone nant winning club, as they realize Capt. Sheriff Charles Cronan, Frank "Reichert, the Twin City that in doing so tho town Is rewar. Augustus ceiving one of the best and widest leader, Park Commissioners Ben Washer and R, S. Bizot. advertisements possible. Tho at These 1011 Swan Street Contractor of Excavating, All four gentlemen will also pitch the tendance opening day and the last Machine Shop. Auto Repairing couple of days has been very gratiCon- first balls. The schedule for tomorKinds of PRICES. REASONABLE row calls for some pretty good confying, and despite the fact that war creto and Wrecking. isfbgilSS? ' ' gala Is in the air the American public tests, Manager Sheckler's Mackln Work Guaranteed will still have a little time for the Home Phone, Highland 1472 320 E. Cnssln Ave. Ilomo City 2000 team meeting the Imperials on Diagreat national game. mond No. 1, the latter learn under Another being greatly Manager Jtuss pleasing feature to local fans Is strengthened. On diamond No. 2 that the Louisville club just now frf4.foM..M..M--M-KM4- RELIABLE P. R. rOOLEY kkHkKkK kkrHsikBkHkBrflB TMIIssssssjJewslff ff EakVkVoS BErfcTt vaHJBUkHflkBkkkFf I crrr JOS. . JBX3lVER YELLOWSTONE WHISKEY quantity of this material; per yard.. $1.80 worth ?3.00; special price, per Cliliron Finish TalTcta; with yard $2.00 bright, lustrous finish; shown dn a good line of street colors, Black TalTcta; in a soft finish; also the lovely evening shades; suitable for coat suits and 36 inches dresses; 36 inches wide; price, price, per wide; per yard yard $1.20 $1.09 Messnllncs; having a soft satin Black Rajah Silk; a good weight mournfinish; in all the good, dematerial, sultalde for ing wear; also for coat suits; sirable shades for street wear light colorings and the for it Is 27 Inches wide and worth evening; 36 Inches wide; price, $1.50; on sale Monday at, por per yard yard S1.35 $1.30 eilk and linen Silk Poplin; in all the new street material in all tho newest colshades, also in ivory and orings for street and evening black; it is 36 inches wide wear; 36 inches wide; price, and the price, per yard, per yard 50c is 51.00 Shirting Silks; In white grounds Silk Poplins; 4n sport stripes and with colored stripes, suitable figures; in white grounds with 36 for waists and shirts; broad stripes and colored per price, inches wide; grounds with bright-colore- d yard 70c figures; 36 Inches wide; price", per yard Coating Poplin; having a heavy St.25 cord and In a good weight; Illack Taffeta; dn an extra qualgood, ity and width, being 40 inches shown in desirable shades, navy blue, Delft blue wide; it has a soft finish and and black; It is 40 inches wide is good for suits and. dresses; and wo have only a limited a $2.00 quality; special price, Crepo do Chine; a old-tim- DINNER INCOMPLETE m fjt)asfrM r 1 WITHOUf er GERMAN BANK MIKE WIBDER F. F. X. L. BEER NONE PURER NONE BETTER r I iilfcUGHERlY & McELLIOHf 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors I Climb. Mala SOOS-- a 4 and Embalmers Home City SODS I ') lfr-H"l-- BOTH DEHOICEJS. WX,.H.,H"H"l"t"H"H''l HOME PHONE 88 miM 44 3071-- y tUUHMvHUHHUUHUiUUUUVUVHVWUMUiVUUWWU CUMBERLAND MAIN J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. SK Trinity's aggregation under tho leadership of Manager Beckinann will meet Manager Vogel's Orioles, and Beckinann says that Trinity will get a iflying start in ith&ace. On diamond No. 3 last seaINn's pennant winners under the Fifth of Manager Clines will meet the Bertrands, which club is now managed by Ed Wolfe, who has 'As Neir to You as Ibe Neatest Phone' gathered a big squad of youths and claims he will surprlso 'em. ManOar Special $3.00 Spray ager Walter (Boots) Murphy will Oar Special $5.00 Wreath pilot the A. O. H. boys against Manager "Bud" O'Brien's Champs The largest values in Funeon diamond No. 4, .and as there is ral Flowers ever offered ie a good lot of rivalry between these Louisville. two doughty leaders a good game For prompt delivery call 223 is expected. The Twin City umpire both phones. staff is as follows: Lally, Logsdon, McGill, Felhoelter, Mulligan, and the scorers are E. Stelnbock, Luvisl, Salvman and U. Stelnbock. leah-,':-shl- and Market Sts. compares favorably, with any In the big leagues, their defeat of Cleveland in the exhibition games being evidence, and doubly so because of the fact that the Cleveland club used tho same lineup as the one now taking part In the American League games. The association as a whole can more than hold its own with the major leagues from a team standpoint, the only difference being the Individual stars of tho Cobb, Speaker and Alexander-stylin the big leagues. After this series with Toledo tho Colonels leave to open the season at Columbus. e Prompt ewm "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. J IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE 0ERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. PARADE MOTION PICTURES. TPici-) - TyTc-5-n- - j6i.4--4fc.x- 4- WMWWHWHWWWWMWMHMWWWMWVWWWWMWWW The St. Patrick's day parade motion pictures will bo shown under f the auspices of Division 4, A. O. H at the Crown Theater, Seventh street, and 5 Friday near Oak, Thursday evening, April 26 and 27. There will bo two performances each evening, the first at 7:30 and tho second at 9 o'clock. A GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. MUSICALE AND COMEDY. f Funeral Director and DEmbalmer I . The Young Ladies' Sodality of St. Cecilia's church will present a musicale and comedy In St. Cecilia's Hall next Tuesday night, the proceeds to be applied to the debt on the new school and hall. They promise an evening of real amusement and cordially Invite the public to their entertainment. CATHOLIC INDIAN MISSIONS. LOUISVILLE, KYY The Right Rev. Mons. Edward A. Kelly, pastor of St. Anne's church. Is one of the most widely known A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f clergymen of Chicago and one of jrmm i nceo the priests chosen by Pope Benedict 1mWKHLItK on recommendation of Archbishop I Iburth Avenue loutxvttri Mundeleln for tho rank of He will bo invested Sun"Flowers telegraphed everywhere." day morning, April 22, at St. Anne's. Mons. Kelly Is known outPeerless Common Extra Pale Lager side the circles of his own church by reason of his chaplaincy of the Due to the reat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON,, Seventh Regiment, Illinois National INCORPORATED Guard, until a year ago, when on and if you have tried the rest eet the BEST. account of Ul health he was not PHONES Clean Grocery Stores. Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. able to accompany the troops to "The Best For Less." the Mexican border and resigned his n In the Orders for $1 or more delivered position. Home Phone 191JPhone West 191 war he went with the regiment to Cumb. to any part of tho city. THE Fort Alger and Fort Meads and hoped to get Into the actual conflict, but the war closed In triumph before he had the chance and he returned with tho regiment. FATHER EDWARD KELLY. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. tnu Mon-slgno- r. FALL CITY BEER - 'QUAKER MAID' Spanish-America- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING HOLY TRINITY SOCIAL. WIEDEMANN tnCOKPORATED BOTH PHONES 810. .'' The Indian Sentinel, published by N. W. Carner Fourth ani ielTenu SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. tho Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions! issued a Benedictine number w for April replete with Interesting reading matter. Its pages are illustrated with cuts of churches, schools Funeral Directors and abbeys devoted to the saving Camberland, "WSt 11 Home rhon Shairaee 484 of the Indians that will surprise and please those of our faith in those Embalmers. States where the red men are not published to BIO IM3JH5 seen. The Sentinel is month. aid this great mission work and Telephone 1022. INCOKPOKATBS. may bo procured from tho Mission Bureau at Washington. STATEMENT OF THE OWNER- My yaar toys a 4eftlea ta will SinP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULAyzapar tXt for Ufa. SILVER JUBILEE. TION, ETC., OF TID3 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE In accordance with the wishes of Published weekly at Louisville, KenZ Ckapel Free Archbishop Messmer, his silver epistucky, required hy the Act of ill tr. Xreaaway, SeatavUlt, Xy. 3101 WEST BROADWAY Z te Patreas. copal jubilee, which occurred TuesAugust 24, 1912. day, was a very quiet affair without Coadicted by th Xavertaa Bretbora e a SelMtlfle IViffVlVlflfVffffV?0fVViVWVVfVVffVfV?iVfffftfflMf1V Address. Name of Burtates any public demonstration The Arch dosales.1.Preparatory Deaartsaoat. bishop ponuncatea at tne tnanKS-glvin- g Courses. Pool. WU tla4BMt ansae-Inn- , Editor, William M. Higgins, LouisSwlsajalar ville. Ky. the Bishops ptr. Tra Me4Mfa. Vro. WE'LL FIX THAT FAN FOR YOU of tho mass, at whichrepresentative Associate Editor, John J. Barry, province and Louisville. Ky. AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND RIGHT clergy of their dioceses were presBROS. Publisher, The Kentucky Irish Amer Better leek ever year tana NOW mni let renair ifan ent. ArchbishopofJohn Joseph Keane, ican Company, Louisville, Ky. Dubuque, who was eBea which need it BKPORE IT GETS REALLY HOT. retired prolate Owners: Xlt a corporation, give WPttTEItS of His Grace, was the only guest Invited jo the celebration. GO. nameB and addresses of stockholdINCORPORATED. ers holding 1 per cent, or more of FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. total amount of stock.) Fheae City 135 FATHER CliroWICIC OFFERS. 333 WXST MAIN STRKKT Distillers and Wholesale DealWilliam M. Higgins. Louisvlllo. Ky. ers la Fiaest Bands ef John J. Barry, Louisville. Ky. Rev, John P. Chidwick, who was Whiskies, especially. Mary h. Miggtns.XiOuisvllie, Ky. chaplain of the battleship Maine Known bondholders, mortgagees and when it was blown up in Havana other security holders, holding 1 harbor in 1898, and who resigned per cent, or more of total amount ) from the navy in 1903, has offered BOTTLBDIN BOND. of, bonds, mortgages or other his services to the Government. i H.B0SSES0N and I RATTERMAN SCANNELL i Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers AVBNDK The members of Holy Trinity's congregation of St. Matthews will next give a grand churoh social Wednesday afternoon and evening, the social games to begin at 2:30 Elegant prizes and 8:15 o'clock. Will be awarded and a chicken sup- pcmwl be a Bpeclal feature of the There will also be a sale ocdmc of aluablo articles at the parcel post booth. The choir of Holy Trinity are busy rehearsing the comic opera, "Pocahontas," to be during next rendered some time BREWING COMPANY'S Acrid at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, exceUeattw GRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. v BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA Irg Post-Offic- WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. He I . HERRMANN GHILDERS ELEGTRIG McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, fv. Kea-tack- y OLD BARB BE The Bast Straight Whisky INCORPOItATBD Pearl of Nelson, 1143. Autos 'and Taxis For Hire BOTH PHONES 2399 Earth JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. Main Offica Sale Ornum Keiiatereil Dirt. Ne. 32 ; and! Salttroom, 726-73- 0 Main Straaf! Wt None. odlets, 622; PreahyterianB, 205; KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN CO. seveaty-one- ; According to the report of the EDiseopalians, WILLIAM M. HIGGINS. Cath TJate .is a State, Sworn to and subscribed before me State Penitentiary Commission, out olics, seventy-six- . of 1,923 Inmates of the Arkansas says the Catholic Citiaen, la which tt 4th day of April, 1917. Penitentiary the creeds are repre- the BapUstt and Mefaoditta think it HERMAN V. OOHN, sented by the following number of necessary td inaaeet Catholic N. P. J. C. Ky. a Baptists, 859; Melh- adherents: Commleelon expires Jan. 16, 1920. STRIKING FIGURES. TiIisshs 134 S SMTI STNET service. We are as Oive us a trial for .first-claclose te yeu as your phone. Prompt service, day and nifht. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable ' chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. ss Lee Young Automobile Co SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. . ( XCBOFIJOJKY iu"""s IRISH AMBJIOAJNr. r ' w jjm ymi a i'PINiiJi "'"fl it-- it MffiTMirrMWKiwMMaHBMHMMWWMMi f y ,. muni mini irtiailWWliWiWIIILIiHr '"I t1" i Lm?- j uiirj.,s,' ..t i T4p-s&- '" - tirr'&r'wr " -f ; &.&&"&.& y,viv;iv5wx ki wyw ' w.'awf .j;r.M ? ! t ii s 'V .; , vfc t'ss. s ' i i'y-- in ; 'rw- mi' masOTy'iSWMMfcL.. mm mmi -- a ... wjtmxvwjfr.-- wj.j-KCt jkiMViMVSra 2?f:W3 rytf 'i : jer35sm&m; jv ssassasEi i 77ie Mosf Gigantic Order Ever Given In the United States Rug-Cleani- ng The SWISS Company was selected because of their responsibility and ability to thoroughly clean and sterilize all of these valuable rugs. One Oriental Rug in( this order cost the State of Kentucky $2,000.00. The Government selects the BEST SWISS Co. Remember, we are the only Rug Cleaners in the South that Sterilize Rugs. OUR ORIENTAL RUG REPAIR AND REWEAVING DEPARTMENT HAS NO EQUAL IN THE SOUTH. We Dust, Scour or Swiss Clean. LET US HELP YOU IN HOUSECLEANING. Planf 909-91- 5 SWISS Wm STOt.. tcoOAArco CLEANERS & DYERS INCORPORATED- South Sixth Street General Offices 617 Fourth Avenue WE OFEKATE NINE DIFFERENT BRANCHES HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General New3 Notes. 1017 August Primary 1017 T KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT EDW. A. AXMAN SCGCBSSOR TO r 1 HENNESSY & AXMAN Popular Price Tailors S ( Newport Council has reached the for our baseball team. coveted goal for 400. The two Louisville divisions are Dluegrass Council at Iexington steadily adding to their ranks. lias declared for universal .military training. There Is now talk of making the next St. Patrick's day celebration a At the recent initiation held in Prices exceedingly low and values that can affair. Covington a class of 107 received Not for a season has there been such a preponderance of Mrs. Hannah Sheeny Sklfllngton tho third degree. FOU not be duplicated anywhere in the city. An favor showered upon the separate skirt. No doubt it is the has been engaged to lecture for the Indianapolis Council held its anearly call will be appreciated. Hibernians of Dunkirk, N. Y. nual Easter reception Monday niglt smartness and beauty of materials that is in some measure Orpcrnn Hlhornlnnn Imvo nfTlT'mr1 OF JEFFERSON COUNTY at the Hotel Severln. responsible. their confidence to President Wil Subject to Action of Democratic Party. 425 WEST JEFFERSON STREET A class of seventy-flv- o will bo son and undivided loyalty to the given the second and third degrees Scores of patrons are now choosing materials hero and flag. Up Stairs Store at Toledo on April 29. Ilome Phono 323S liavinc "Miss Mvrtlfi Miller make skirts to individual measure For tho pnHrn vpjir Tllvtolnn o The council nt Ttomp. iM. V.. inn. of Syracuse bas enjoyed a remarka- ments. This service insures cxclusivencss of style, better tributed $100 to the fund .for St. Die ana steaay increase or xviarys new parocniai sciiooi. d quality of materials, custom tailoring and correct lit. The counrill at Hnlnnn.. Arlr.. will FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS Bishon McGolrlck cravo fho T.nr1lno the woolen materials is bought here, these very reason hold its first initiation tomorrow, Auxiliary of Duluth great encournaving a ciass or twenty-nvable charges prevail ior making, millings and littmg: MULLOY'S GOOD agement in an address before their COFFEE Colorado Springs Knights gave IIIOIUIJI UUUi $2.00 Plain Gored Skirt the proceeds of their annual Easter Has been the favorite kind. The quality is The divisions nt Pnrtlnnrt rii-ball to tho Boy Scouts of St. Mary's $3.00 Plain Skirt, with pockets and belt the best and our prices are the fairest. Try flSp gave their first social "Wednesday churcb. our New Blend, 2 lbs $3.50 Plaited and Sport Skirt ., 1cFU evening for the benefit of the Cincinnati Knights are organizing Hibernian baseball team. Special Auto Delivery Service. (Wool Dress lioous Uept.; a K. Of C. itroon of rnvnlrv onH Division. 3 nf TnHlnnnnnlta lino StODS to organize a rptrtmnnt nrlll ha Mfc' pledged undivided support and loytaken later. alty to President "Wilson and the Extensive iilans arA holmr mmin United States Government. Both Thoucs 1323 212 W. Market St. by the Knights at Kokomo for the President John Riley, of Division ESTABLISHED 1885. Indiana State Council which mwtn 3. is llolntr ftnmo pvnotlonf I there next May. CANDIDATE FOR Every one should assist him and Tho council at Plqua, Ohio, 'has. make the membership 500. CITY TREASURER viusuu magmricent ueai It was an impressive sight when Subject to Action' of Democratic Party. Rujpley a home, ior mo Trill make an which 400 members knelt before tho altar Into a Pair of Emerson Shoes and Know Real Comfort. Primary AUffuat 4, 1917. Ideal headquarters. and received holy communion at The Knights of Topeka have orHoly Name church, Minneapolis. Louisville Don't forcret tho Tjidloe Auwiin-rIf you want expert scrvlco Just call us up. Wo have never beea obi Business College ganized theIn strongest semi-pr- o nro baseball tenm nn that cUv nnil euchre and lotto next Wednesday of dyes for one moment sinco the war begun and aro thoroucklT fldent of winning the championship. equipped to handle all work of every description. evening ai ineir nan, Eighteenth You can rest assured "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" Yesterday at Wheeling a big paand Portland. There will be fun if you triotic mass meeting was held at Service. need dyeing wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Parcel Post galore. SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS the Market Auditorium, iwhrn fhn County President John Hennessy V Knights presented large American Is working to Under the .Management of make the local flags to the Catholic schools. Tho strength greater before the next HONEST ALf iceetlner was nrecederl hv lnrin State cnnvpnHnn ttinn ntin. - u street parade. THROUGH. history. INCORPORATKD. At a big meeting attended by the (Formerly .with Spencerian) SACKED HEART ALUMNAE. BOTH PHONES State officers, Division 6 of Min426 S. Fifth St. 2635. Mr. McCartyi is still doing that Louisville, Kj. neapolis inaugurated a membership e work that Spencerian The Alumnae Wide Variety For Your Selection, in Black or Tan, High or Low contest that will not terminate solicitors Association of have Hold you about fo Sacred Heart Academy will give a until September 1. past sixteen years. lotto in the afternoon and a card Division 25 of Boston at dts last ONE DOLLAR starts a Savines Account Day and 'Night Classes. entertainment at night on April 17 meeting initiated six members and A varlotv at rlrh ntwl was addressed by Rev. Father Robwith this safe, conservative, College Office, Oity 7883; and 18. Phones: ert E. Lee. whnsn nntrlntln ,. Cumb. Main 418. Bank, to which you can add $1,00 or more Residence, City beautiful handwork, made by the ursullne Sisters, will form an atances aroused much enthusiasm. 879; Cumb. Weat 129. at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 336 West Market St, Family Shoe Fitters. tractive booth, nnd will nlan hn Anvlllm-lnThe Ladles' nr c... per cent. No cost to you whatever. given as prizes to tho winners. On cuso make their meetings (interesting with card parties and social hours Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces the second day the beautiful The same courteous attention eiven the donated bv the Rhlnm IWimtn after the routine work lias beea depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Company will be disposed of. As transacted. This attracts good For the next three weeks we are KOlnE to Offer &! of niir Ura af a has been announced beforn. ithn ins. 1 Af Omaha 4t nonM.. liberal discount. This Division 3 . ivciiiua , w.. offer is genu- soclation is giving this entertainment for the purpose of Taislng a niiimHiraiiB hi every meeting. Tne ine, and It will. pay our Under tho Big Clook Seooad aad Market Hibernians have Archbishop Harty customers to wrMe us at once while fund for a pipe organ for the new State Goyerameat Sapervlaioa. with them, and with his Ursullne chapel. en Cherokee drive. o our Btoete le Mnplete. PROM THE MINES DAILY RECEIVED will increase wonderfully during the year. BUILDING FUND BENEFIT. Tailored-to-Measu- re Skirts Many are predicting great things Have a Distinctive Individuality city-wi- de WM. T. McNALLY Spring and Summer Suits Now on Display SHERIFF ANDREW M. SEA JL'ro-vide- e. o if i-- 2 rj JOHN M. MULLOY SLIP YOUR FEET ie X"VXSXIWC3- - t 2 r. l. Mccarty PULS CLEANING DYEING CO. w high-grad- VOLZ & MICHAEL Sixty-one-year-o- ld a Vic-cro- la FRESH COAL T German Insurance BanK I out-of-to- 1, n UU JLUlll ' $.50 JLUllip J fR DOjnXICAN Rogers Church Goods 129 S, FOURTH Co. cnuitCH T8M EUCHRE, Ber-tran- d's AVE. PROMPT DELIVERIES Central Coal & Iron Co. (INCOnPOnATBD). 209 Speed Buildinfl Both Phones 157 The members of St. Louis TIOKKT RIVALKY. Church Debt and Building Fund will entertain with a mlnhra A euchre an lotto will be given and lotto next Friday afternoon' and under the ausploea of the societies evening in Bertrand Hall, SHxth of St. "tylllJMa'B hurch on Friday street, near Oak, and la aoeortkince evening, AprM S7, in the ftchool With D&Sttmlea Will hs4l if ho Qumaa ball, Thlrteota and Oak streets, promptly at 2:80 and 8:80 o'clock. and the ehureh are Indulg Many and valuable prists have beea ing a goed aatured rivalry as to secured by the ladles' eommittee to whieh will mUt the best A owing be awarded at tlits taaair. la the adraaw'iwie of Ufckete. give an entertainmt ta the parlors fit thA inmA mi rflia Ftarnnnn and evening of (May 27, at 2:30 and 8 girls, T.h lndlos of tlin EvopuIvo TIvar1 of the Visitation Horn far working 615" West Wlnut street, will will AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES arranged for. other attractions cents and Tickets will foe twenty-fiv- e everybody will be weleome. be a pleasant affa4r and. will be for the benefit of the building fund. Euchre aad lotto wiH be Dlaved and o'clock. The entertainment FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZIN'G CO. 1101-O- 3 KAST BROAD VAT. A