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L BARKER KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN NO. 16. ri' r r Wilkoe Union Mads Cigars. VOLUME XXXVIIL LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1917. iMawaMwit mrrri'ii PRICE FWE CENTO. WATTERSON iiriTi ii .wsa of its forms, by the manly grace of Itc clergy. Tho gospel it preaches tho old structures In .repair, spends a world of money in music and Is 'By taste are yo saved.' It keeps IRISH PARTY t Opposed Bill For the Extensioa of Lire of tho Present 13 'A 3 building, and in buying Pugin and architectural llteraturo. It has a genoral good name for amenity and Writes Striking Editorial on the mildness. But its Instinct is hostile Conditions Prevailing in to all change in politics, literature or social arts. The, church has not Treland. been tho founder of tho London University, of the Mechanics Institute, of the free school, or whatever alms at diffusion of knowledge." No American Agreement Until Of tho democratic .status and orinigin of tho clergy Emerson England Does Her Duty forms us that "The curates are ill By Erin. paid, and that tho prelates aro overpaid. This abuso draws Into the church the children of. the nobility and other unfit persons who havo a Brands Carson as Deliberate, taste for expense. Thus a Bishop only a surpllced merchant. Is Cold Blooded Villain and Through his lawn I can see tho Traitor. bright buttons of the shopman's Scathing Indeed Is coat glitter." this nrralgnment made by one who had little reason ioj make propaganda for Rome. TIME FOR KINDLY INTERPOSITION We can not conclude without but touching on the beautifol tribute paid by Emerson to tho Catholic church In the days when tho Friends of Ireland and the Irish Anglican Establishment was yet uneverywhere will tojoIco ovor the folborn to its artificial life of preTuesday's lowing In editorial tense and untruth. "In seeing old l, written by the castles and Cathedrals," .iho writes, of American journalism, Dean "I sometimes say, as jtoday In front Henry Watterson, under the headof Dundee church tower, which Is ing, "England's Interest Ireland's 800 years old, 'This was built by Hope:" ""'-li ' ..' ..' r' ,'- another and a better toco than that Truthfully says William Marlon now looks on it.' England felt tho BRITISH SOUP RUNNER. FIRST WOMAN TO ENLIST. Reedy: "Tho withdrawal of homo full heat of Christianity which ferWTion fliinnlvinir .the "Tommies" with soun for rflnnAr Mm cnm granting It and the placrule after Photo shows Miss Loretta Walsh, first woman to enlist in United mented Europe, and drew, like the photo is enactca. plow mat tno soldiers are out of the ing of Carson in the Cabinet after States navy, standing by naval veteran. Her enlistment has stimchemistry of fire, a firm line be- shown intho runner )s exposou to nre irom tno enemy. trenches he had organized robellion against ulated men as well as women to follow her example. tween barbarism and culture. The home rule havo maddened tho Irish power of .the religious "sentiment put who have listened to English cant was pointed out in these columns an end to human sacrifice, checked you about the rights of smaller na- man the Httlo brown jug twixtEngon tho first mention of his anappetite, inspired tho crusades; inNo me how can you? impressive and with and tions," nouncement that ho was surrounded spired resistance to tyrants, inspired lishman understands the issue quite relevancy he adds: by "bad advisers, but that ddvlco was to serfdom , set bounds liberty, cre"For $hiB country's help to Eng- bo well as you. e No Englishman Is disregarded and his sure defeat can founded and slaver-as you. What land we should demand one thing quite so worldly-wisbe traced to that source. ated the religious architecture surely. That is tho granting of could better decorate tho end of Tho featuro of tho week in DemoYork, iNowstead, Westminster, etc., to Ireland. Tho United your historic career put such a home rule Surprised At cratic circles was tho consistently with feather in your historic cap as for Attitude of Cardinal Manning works to which the key is lost with In Kentucky Not States can do this banquet of tho Bandana Club at the sentiment which created them." Beckham's Movo For Nain favor of the, you to go back to England bearing Its declaration and Anglican Bishop tho Frank Fehr rathskeller, and Thus out of the mouths of prophn one hand a bag of American United rights of small nations. tional Prohibition. pleasing to note on both nights' tho Towards-Poorets, not of our own Qiousehold, overcome gold, the free and hearty offering States sentiment may 'oven speakers pleaded for a fair deal for comes tho meed of appreciation we the stubborn opposition of Ulster, of Jonathan, and, In tho other all candidates, this policy being adourselves often can not give, 'berulo home for there are many Ulstermen In hand, a satisfactory vocated by Senator Sam Robertson, cause wo know so Httlo to underthis country who disagree with tho measure for Ireland? That is all Will-laon the homo rule wo ask in return. Glvo us that and His Heart With the Dockers But stand tho glories which are ours by His Stand Augmented by Polit- Hunter Burke, Loralne Mix, McNally, Nathan Kahn, Frank right of inheritance from so ancient ical Prohibitionist SenaIssue. Action that will pacify Ire- - you shall reap In profit an hundred His Head With the Gunther and others, overy speaker and worthy a mother. land is a necessary step, to guaran fold. Give us that and tho past y declaring for a on torial Candidate. C. B. of C. V. Directors. tee the pcaco and solidarity of the between us Is cleared of all tho tho part of tho governing powers. Empire. The Irish havo crooked places and made as straight British This was in line with the suggestion ENCOURAGE THIS MOVEMENT.- done much for the United States; as a shingle." mado by tho Evening Post last Although we take with a grain now is tho .time for tho United Tho movement which has been Bandana Club Fathers Good month, in which it said: "The orIre- of salt what comes to us from Lon- Picturesque Scene Was the CarStates to do something for ganization do no better than don about Ireland, it would seem promulgated for somo time past in land." Move For Harmony and Fair keep out ofcould race," referring to dinals Visit Dnrin-gDoctho There is suggestion here. There that on tho other side tilings are the Catholic press throughout the contest for the Deal in Primary. Strike. Is wisdom likewise. It should ad- moving. The latest advices state country has resulted! In a practical County Judge. This Is a popular bringing? about the unidress dtself to thinking Americana. that a most eminent and influential start toward ground for all to meet on and the But it should esppclally address it- publicist, Lord McDonnell, who was fication of existing "(Catholic young Democratic voters wherever gatherfor Ireland from Irishmen, self to those men's societies. Atja meeting held ing aro unanimous in the opinion who, because of their just sense of 1002 to 1908, Avhen ho prepared a GLORIES WHICH ARE OURS In Chicago on Aprlrjll and 12, at- BRUMLEVE BOOM ON THE WANE thai a hands-of- f policy should be resentment against England, would scheme of Irish reform which re of tho tended by representatives pursued in every contest and no insulted in tho fall of the Conserva condono the crimes of Germany. Young Menls .InstHte Catholic. timidation used in coercing a. voter,, Secretary, tho late by tho" St. tive Chief Tho case aa stated Young Men's National Union and bo he city or county employe or philosopher is unanswerable George Wyndham, Is again at the Louis public Union, The at large were otherwise. If this is done no dead Sympathy with the poor and an Gonzaga young tho three largest stronger than ho puts it fore warmly insisting that tno Gov oven men's societies in Catholic surprised this week to see timber will bo chosen to handicap and it ought to Teach, and equally ernment act, and act at once, to intimate feeling with and for its tho country, preliminary plans were probably Commonproblem. eoIvo Even many needs is accepted by all men mado looking to the formation of a that Senator Beckham, of Kentucky, tho ticket In November. the Irish to reach, both English and Ameriin Great as a natural trait of a religion Catholic young men's association to in an interview at Washington went wealth's Attorney Joo Huffakcr was can minds. If Sir Roger Casement though public opinion emphatically favors an based upon tho teachings of Him havo branches In every city in tho on record as favoring tho establish chosen as toastmaster for tho secdeserved to be hanged Edward Car- Britain son deserves 'to bo drawn and Quar- amicable settlement and though tho who chose to be born poor and to country and to be under the juris- ment of national prohibition right ond evening, but he was unablo to Connelly, of and William tered. Casement was a poor, de- excellent feeling prevailing among bo known as the son of the Car- diction of ono national controlling away, many expressing tho opinion come,Bandana Club J. officials, was and penter Joseph. How far this sym- body. Ho should have Irish soldiers of all classes mented creature. that tho discussion of a question the into service, and he tho pathy for the poor animated tho just now would pressedcconlums for his ability won like prohibition been sent to a lunatic asylum. Car- creeds at the front lead to It is intended to dovelopo tho many in son has all his wits about him. Ho same conclusion, yet, he tolls us Established Church of England dur- movement so that it can be acted cause internal strife. On the other handing out airy persiflage and bon deliberate, cold- truly enough that the question so ing tho great Dock strike which upon at tho coming conventions of hand, Kentucky Democrats wore mots. Is a conscious, Vice President Thomas blooded villain and traitor. Yet ho far as the politicians are concerned convulsed England In 1889 Is viv- tho various young men's societies not surprised to see Beckham tak O'Mara mado a big hit In his adof the Ad- is just whore it was when tho idly brought homo to us In a recent during this summer, and various ing an opportunity to further his ts made First Lord In which ho paid nice trimiralty. That spells politics, not Buckingham Palace conference was book from the pen of James committees were appointed and ac political programmo at tho nation's dress, to tho boys in thoa trenches. pro- bute poor sample broken up. statesmanship, and a Adderly, Honorable Canon of Birmso that at the next mcot- - expense, as tho Another starter was added to tho "Sir Edward Carson and his ingham, and entitled "In Slum3 and tion taken conference, which will gramme will bo advanced in Ken race of politics. Ing of the for tho Magisterial nomination of v01d bo held in St. Louis on Juno 6 and tucky much faster If the prohibi Ireland is the single grief which friends," writes Baron McDonnell, Society, Reminiscences thinking Americans have against maintain tho Impracticable attitude Friends." Retailing a bit of "gos- 7, it is hoped that details may bo tion agitators aro given freo reign. in tho Eighth Magisterial district, composed Eleventh of England. Let England do justice to which they took up before the war, sip about a certain Anglican Bishop worked out and plans made eo that Beckham realizes that prohibition Twelfth wards, the the person and In of Ireland keep her promise to Ire- Btill clamoring for a partition of who was present at a conference all the independent local Catholic in Kentucky is not absolutely cer- former County Assessor John M. leaders, Canon young mon's societies can become tain even when tho question is Adams, who received his first politiwith the strike land and the new alliance between Ireland' After denouncing tho attitude of Adderly tell3 us that "The Bishpp members of the national society. submitted to the peqple and he sees cal honors when elected as Magis Great Britain and the United States In sat drinking endless cups of tea Tho will 'bo complete, tho heart of tho War Office on recruiting tfireo organizations represented a shorter method to tho accomis now America as woll as the hand of Ireland at the outbreak of the war in Dr. M 's drawing room at at this meeting havo a combined plishment of his purpose by having trate in that district. This race, Messrs. Adprohibition on the a broadly and firmly to it, and reviewing tho events of tho re Trinity square. 'My heart,' he said. membership of approximately tho nation force America Many ams. Hession, Nlsbet and Watson and everybody satisfied. It is of bellion, Lord McDonnell declares lls with .the dockers, but my head Those present at tho meeting States by class legislation. being the entries. Tho Republican good augury that, lying alongside, that unless the Government wishes is with tho Directors.' " wore: Rev. E. F. Garescho, S. J., a scheme and project will bo fur - nomination will go to James CunHow different tho picture which editor of Queen's Work, St. Louis; thered under the guiso of patriot- ningham, without a redout between, we havo things to go from bad to worse it tho organizer of tho had peaco for a hundred years. Let must adopt ono of two courses, Canon Adderly himself gives us ot Michael J. Slattery, Philadelphia, Ism, but none would 'be more unjust famous Club in England but dojho right thing by either giving Ulster tho option or the Catholic representative when he President Catholic Young Men's Na- than the plan or last election, tho published list Ireland and it "will continue for a joining in tho Irjsh Parliament from tells us; "Cardinal Manning, on tho tional Union; Anthony Schwamm, capturing political power in Ken- thotho Herald at that time containtho outset, or bringing all the Irish other hand, was bold in the other Los Angeles, Cal., Grand President, tucky with tho aid of tho United In the names of dead men and colthousand! ing Ono of tho most pic- Pacific jurisdiction, There is not a sane, sensible counties under tho Jurisdiction of direction. Young Men's States Government. ored brothers. Englishman, conversant with his- an Irish Parliament and assuring turesque scenes during the strike Institute: Robert T. Burko, LouisAnother plan of tho mailing tory, who does not know that the tho Unionists special representation was his visit to the Directors, when ville. Grand President, Atlantic ham propaganda was tho prohibiPLEDGED CHURCH SUPPORT. treatment of tho Irish by tho Eng- for a fixed torm of years wiucn tho old man stood and preached a Jurisdiction, Young Men's Institute; out of thousands of Httlo lish for three hundred years lias would protect them from legislatlvo little sermon to them about tho suf- Rev. Maurice O 'Conner, Indianap- tion pamphlets to the members of Full and hearty support of Cath Involved a succession of ruthless op- oppression they profess to fear. ferings of tho poor." And ho con- olis, Grand Chaplain Young Men's Catholic fraternal societies this past pressions and shameful scandals. It It may bo that England will cludes his observation on Manning Institute; Rev. William A. Murphy, week, all of the expenso presumably olic people for tho Government in has (mado a blot upon tho British welcome our interposition to help by saying: "I havo often thought Chaplain Stayms Council, Y. M. I., being borno by the the war was pledged in a communiManning had Chicago; James H. Zlph, St. Louis, moneyed representative in Louis-vlll- o cation to President Wilson escutcheon which is seen of aN thorn out of a hole. Meanwnllothe that it Cardinal spokesman Wednesday bv the Catholic and men and deplored by fair and free Irishman who would mako common preached a mission in East London President Gonzaga Union; ReV. H. Cathmen. Thero can never bo perfect cause with tho Kaiser stands in his Immediately after the strike he O. Salllch, Milwaukee, Moderator for the Catholic church, thopeople. Archbishops of tho United States at own light and obstructs the cause would have made a harvest for tho Gonzaga Union. olic clergy and the Catholic understanding and agreement their annual meeting in WashingRoman Catholics. He was the hero This plan for tho advancement of ton. Tho Archbishops will call Jonathan and John until Eng- of homo tuIo for Ireland. political prohibition Is considered upon their people to rally to tho of tho moment, and everybody felt land does hor duty by Ireland. TRINITY COUNCni. nretty smooth by this class of as si til of thn nation and glvo their Happily this Is beginning to peneQUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. that it was his religion that had taking mado Mm do what he did." Nor trate the thick and tough hide of The Feast of Nations Committeo piring politicians, but after on tno service Cardinal Gibbons presided those extremists wlho "would over tho session ana At tho annual meeting of tho havo wo far to seek to understand announced varainat meeting all tho gloss ana varnish at Trinity's a religious quarrel, the Queen's Daughters, held on Friday tho peculiar attitude of the Bishop Monday evening that they had quite above gentleman's plan nothing re O'Conncll also was present. Carwas his undying ambition to was with .the flrgs of which have long ago gone afternoon of last week, the follow- who3e hearthead was with strikers, a number of prizes left over from mains but United States Senator. dinal Farley sent worda that he The become iho Diby cold. but whoso out and which had no practical detained at ing were elected officers for the en- rectors. For from its very birth in the carnival and havo decided to Moley Is credited with tho sending Archbishops homo bearing outsldo a narrow. Ignorant announced they were give a euchre, lotto and danco on suing year. the days of the Reformation tho Wednesday, April 25. There will of many a man to the United States taking measures to assure service and vengeful partisan circle. Mrs. J. C. Murphy. President Against a bona fldo Irish rebellion established church was but part and be Sisterhoods and by awarded for Senate, but despite the lavish dis- by the First Vice President Mrs. Mat- parcel of that sinister system tho about 150 prizes and the dance play of printer's ink and tho untiri- CatholicCatholic for all kinds of England could not carry on the women euchre and lotto O'Dohorty. which then began its soulless exwar against Germany. Without thew Tho $100 ng" efforts of three or four paid hospital work, or for any service .Mrs. ploitation of the peasantry and poor will be popular priced. Vlco President Second the help of the Irish troops her Victrola will be raffled at this satellites here tho local never even they can render the Government. Tepresontativo has All of Its interests of England. ho American Federaarmies in the field would be badly John H. Buschemeyer. Miss were wrapped up with and con- euchre. Tho literary Committee been tendered tho nomination of Tho work of Vice President Third crippled. Tho hour has como for tion of Catholic Societies was apannounced that they had arranged was named Constable in any local political trolled by the class which has mado the people of Great Britain to real- Eleanor Harris. Recording Secretary Mrs. John possible the pitiable condition in a very interesting programme for party, and he has not confined his proved and a committeo ise this and wo may help forward to supervise It3 activities and to Monday, April 23, and stated that Metcalfe. party at that direct its studies. The committeo, it attention to ono which since the fateful days of tSe realization by timely and kindly Miss separation from Rome the poorer any member who failed ito attend either. Corresponding Secretary but earnest interposition. was announced, will supervise resothe meeting would miss something Katherlne Hlnes. Tho local campaign for tho lutions which may bo drawn up by have found woll worth 1ils time. It is the hope classes of England It will not be necessary to Bay Treasurer Miss Elizabeth Sau-te- r. themselves. up a Ht- the federation concerning Catholic to Mr. Bull "not a dollar of credit of tho committee that a large at- Democratic offices livened vast That this is the case we can tendance will street without home rulo for Ireland." next tlo thismany week, but in the opin and moral Issues. them M. H. Duane, deduce Directors Mrs. the Brumleve boom for from the very frank admis- Monday. Archbishops present were tno Tbat would be neither friendly nor Mrs. L. V. Casellly and Miss Mamie Manager Beckman, of ion of sion of Canon Adderly 'already Trinity's baseball team, was not tne Mayor is on the wane, desplto the Trwt "Revs. Moeller of Cincinnati. urteoas. We want to treat John Schufcmann. quoted. Still Btronfer corroboragenerously now no is In trouble. We St. Louis, Messmer of the defeat of claims of Contractor John Cahlll The Teports ot the various com- tion, however, we have from a voice least discouraged byand announced and" other Brumleve leaders. Con- Glennon of Hanna of san jjrancisco want tp treat him as an elder Milwaukee, his team Sunday brother who has gone wrong. The mittees showed that great work had long since forgotten, which speaks that if given Just a IKtle time he servative critics agree that Mr. and Mundeleln of Chicago. A to us been done adhandicapped last rther Mr. Wilson might take Mr. meeting of during the past year. "was centuryfrom the middle of ,thoforci- would whip a machine into shape Brumleve isthat his causeby badbeen the Executive Board has visers and and tells us in quite B3four aside and in a THEY ARE BUSY. would cause .'the Twin City irreparably that afternoon to .way murmur hurt by a former Demothese incon-mv- called for yesterday standing com- ble terms, .though somewhat dif- fans to sit ud and take notice. He select Chairmen and r, yet pregnant words into his who at all of ferent manner, the very thing our states he has a 6tar battery for cratic hun am tiusv d&VB for the present-da- y makes Dominican mission hand of St. spokesman admits. In Sunday and the members of Trinity the Brumleve gatherings unofficial but maybe pliant ear: mittees. at''English Traits" y Ralph Waldo will be on hand In large numbers himself conspicuous by inane "Arthur, old eport. we don't want Louis Bertrand's, all parts or tne AFTER MANX TEARS. tacks on the present Democratic country calling for their services. Emerson we find many very telling to encourage their athletes. to meddle with British politics The T.aat Rtindav the Rev. M. J. Ripple leaders and administration. observations noted while he was particularly wKh what you tninK Vincent McAteer, lawyer and pub- lecturing In England. So, for Inaverage voter of any party balks at and Rev. Vincent Clary opened a vour domestic affalrs-i-bu- t the Irish SHOWS LITTLE FAITH. the idea of listening to abuse of his two weens mission at uoiungwoou, and whilst lisher, of Comfort, Texas, arrived stance, he tells us Jin the chapter question is world-widwho The Rev. we are restoring Belgium and the past week to spend some time in on English Religion: "I do not Froni the earnest efforts tho War party from a man party, has been near Cleveland. a mission this J. R. up the Louisville, having been called here know that there is more oaballsm in Department is making to stimulate honored by that week and the Clark conducted cleaning Serbia, and Anglican by the illness ot his uncle, Hardin the than in other enlistment it has little faith in prevalence of these disgruntled and in St. Francis Xavier's church at Balkans, and returning Democrats in the Brunswdek, Ga., and' the Rev. J. L. to France and raising ColUngs. Mr. McAtee is a native churches, but the Anglican clergy William J. Bryan's prophecy that, dlseapointed misPoland from the dead, how can you ot this city, and this is first visit are identified with the aristocracy." were the country to seed them, an Brumleve camp has injured any Flnerty will tomorrow close a Holy church is chanee that Mr. Brumleve migfet sion la the Church of the aneet us to pass' ould Erin by? I since he left fifteen years ago. He And again "The Anglloaagood eense army of a million men would (have had for the nomination. It Family at Saginaw, Mi eh. marked by the trace and cpring up over nigat. it to yo Arthur, m mam. to la the aon of Col. John MeAteer. ? Courier-Journa" -, .,"V-'!l"Wi"- Parliament. DLUon Insist Ll,o Work Nationalists Is Being Undone. of Government Must Not Again Present Any Mutilated Measure. STILL HOPE FOR HOME RULE CONTRASTED DEMOCRATS self-respe- ct, two-night- s' . m ultra-Ulsterit- es hands-off-pollc- k hot-head- ed Under-Secreta- ry -- Haly-Beckha- m four-corner- ed 500,-00- 0. Hughes-Fairban- ks Haly-BecKna- m Haly-Bec- k- -- Haly-Beckha- m pre-ntiro- fl ed bo-tw- en per-pptu- Haly-Beckha- m -- heart-to-bfa- rt hu office-holde- e, AUwce-Loral- ne . pt Lord McDonnell, who was Under Secretary for Ireland from 1902 to' 1908, during which period ho prepared a scheme of Irish revolution which resulted in tho fall of the Conservative Chief Secretary, Georgo Wyndham, contributes an; article to tho Sunday Times in, which ho Insists that tho Government must act to solve tho Irish problem. Even though public opinion in Great Britain emphatically favors an amicable settlement and though tho excellent feeling pre vailing among Irish soldiers of all classes and creeds at tho front leada to tho same conclusion, yet, ho. says, tho question so far as tho contending politicians are concerned is pretty much on tho samo state as when tho Buckingham Palaco conferenco was broken up. "Sir Edward Carson and hia friends," says Lord McDonnell, "maintain tho samo impracticable attitude which they took up before tho war, still insisting upon the partition of Ireland." After denouncing the attltudo of tho War Office on recruiting in Ireland at tho outbreak of tho war and reviewing tho events of tho rebellion, Lord McDonnell declares that unless the Government wishes things to go from bad to worse it must adopt ono of two courses, either giving Ulster tho option of joining In the Irish Parliament from tho outset or bringing all the Irish counties immediately under tho jurisdiction ot an Irish Parliament and assuring tho Unionists special representation for a fixed torm of years, which would protect them from acta of legislative oppreslon that they pro" fess to fear. The Sunday Times, which is a Conservative paper, says editorially: "The adhesion of the United States to the cause of tho Allies makes it more than ever essential to remove the one blot on the unity of the empire, namely the Irish question. Tho nation demands practical measures to glvo effect to tho univorsal demand for a settlement." Tuesday afternoon in tho House of Commons tho second reading of tho bill to extend tho life of Parliament was moved by Andrew Bonar Law, member of tho British' War Council. At a meeting of the Irish Nationalist party it waB decided to opposo tho bill. John Dil lon, member of Parliament for East Mayo, moving in behalf of the Irish Nationalists the rejection of tho bill, said tho Nationalists would vote against tho measure at every stage. Tho present Government, ho declared, appeared to bo no nearer a solution of tho Irish question and was continuing a state of things In which tho Nationalist party in the House of Commons could rightly bo taunted with tho fact that it could not speak for Ireland. At the root of tho terrible situa-tlp- n in Ireland today, he said, was tho fact that tho Nationalist party's over thirty-fiv- e work extending years of instilling into tho minds of tho Irish peoplo that whatever tholr treatment in tho past there was a senso of justice and fair play in England, it it only could bo reached, had been undone by the disappointments repeated and breaches of faith and tho contempt with which the advice of the Nationalists regarding tho conduct of recruiting in Ireland and the whole campaign in favor of tho war had conDillon Mr. been treated. tinued: years "Although for thirty-flv- o tho Nationalists havo been subjected In Ireland and In America to vign orous reproaches, abuse and by their own peoplo, they havo succeeded In converting twenty-nine o.ut of every thirty peoplo to their view. Tho Government now is converting them back by tons of thousands to tho old view and undoing to a vory largo extent the Ufo work of tho Nationalists and at tho samo time increasing the power of tho Republican party 1b Ireland." Mr. Dillon urged the Government It proposed to In any settlement not present again any mutilated measuro. It must produce he said. some solution that would strike at the imagination of tho Irish people. All possibility of the country be ing disturbed in the near future by a general election was removed when, by a voto or 286 to 5Z, tne Houso of Commons passed on second reading the bill for the extension of the Ufo of the Parliament until November, Tho Nationalists were the chief opponents of the bill on the ground elaborated by Joha. Dillon, that no solution of home rulo for Ireland had yet been an-Andrew Bonar Law, nounced. member of the British War Council, in concluding the debate on behalf ot the Government, admitted that a solution of the home rule problem would be a great advantage in the prosecutloa of the war. villlfl-catlo- fcfcl sess; ; . -- r I N JSlSTODtJOKY rtffclSH AJSUtRIOAB?. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. EVBRY SATURDAY. hvrte to to Swisl Md Mal AivccBKrt ! Irish AmHcim and Crifcetki Mb'i Orfteiaiv iBderisd by Aactwat Order ot Ianthuts and Cathette Kalgfets of Aaerica. PUBLISHBD ' nfelaa,' Ysg -- ml ' W ixnwjsaw ' HERMAN STRAUS rouRTH avenui iNcaapaaArtro SONS MARKET STREET m fftllBRICHSTABr' KENTUCKY iniSH AMEHICAN PRINTING CO.. Incorporated, Publish SINOLB COPY gc 4VBSCKIPTION PRICE, ONI DOLLAR PER YEAR a fltaad-C- l fUtUr. BaUttd t tfct L!itIK PctUWc Wwt Qreea St AMrMtHCcaaMlMfftM to the KKNTUCigr HM6H AMECAN,3tf-21 - r.V3 ABtt.1 ' -- We dive and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. -' if cmToupyl 4CTRADES Iffljjff) COUNCIL fr MMWO? CONFIRMATION LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1917 VI ' &? t& -- s - k met as attacks upon the church, but rather as attackB upon parental 8IEV6K rights. This is the broader and truer platform upon which to place tho freedom of education. Tho NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT State can not drive tho Church out GERMANS ATTACK RUSSIAN LINE. of tho educational field without driving the family out of its place Man showing northern half of tho battle front extending from tho on Sea. An POLICIES OUTLINED. in tho constitution of society. When Baltic to tho Black tho heavy assault by the Russians east of Lila at tho thfT forces of Prince Leopold arrows by par- point indicated pass .that tho it comes to It is stated on what is regarded ent can not that which school ho TZT choose Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Seltz havo an as high authority that tho position COMING EVENTS. shall sond his children to, then tho nounced tho engagement of their which tho administration will daughter, Miss Evelyn Seltz, to Stato has usurped the place of the in discussing with tho British parent. a4i 9K.9R MlnstrAta at St. Frank H. Poschlnger. Tho wedding Augustine's Hall, 1308 West Broad will tako place in July. and French commissions tho major way, evenings. policies governing the participation TREAT THEM RIGHT. Miss Marcelia Coll has returned Anrll 97 Tlranch B. C. K. and L. by tho United States In the war Ind., of A., euchre and lotto party in St. to school at Blooniington, To the native-bor- n American with Germany will bo as follows: after spending tho spring vacation Cecilia's Han. The United States will not enter whoso pedigree runs back for a TCtmhre and lotto. St. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John AntHI 97 Into a political alliance, either tem- couplo of generations the prospect William's church, Thirteenth and Coll, in Jeffersonvlllo. porary or permanent, with tho of war with any European nation Oak streets, evening only. Mr. and Mrs. Phil C. an entertains nounco the engagement Kellertheir Allies, thus observing presents no sentimental difficulty. Musical 0 Entento April of TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS Washington's warning against "en- The country of his forefathers is ment at St. Leo's wan, iiigmanu daughter, Miss Irene A. Keller, to Park, at 8 p. m. Richard L. Kesselrlng. The wedto him morely a geographical tangling alliances." for Vis ding will tako place in Juno. athi 97 Tho United States will not sign name. There is no bond of sympaitation Homo building fund, after tho formal agreement of tho En- thy or kinship to bo discarded and noon and evening, in panors oi mo Col. M. J. Brennan, J. M. Buck- tente Allies not (to make a separate ho enters tho war with no feeling home. ner and wife, Mrs. Bennett II. of having been dealt with hardly peace with Gormany. Club euchro Young and Al Staqblor were among Mnv in Oakland Comparatively speaking, nnH lntfn. afternoon and evening. those from this city registered at Tho United States, however, will by fate. West Baden tho past week. enter (fully Into a temporary mili- ho makes no sacrifice to duty. This Eagles' Hall, 812 South Second'. Mav festival, candy Mnv 14.1K tary alliance for the purposo of is nbt the case with tho citizen of Miss George Horrell Miller and prosecuting most effectively tho war Gorman birth. Ho is ready to do pulling and lotto party for Sacred Jesse Aloysius Doll were quietly even wedded on Thursday evoning of last his full duty, but In so doing ho Wonrt flhnn1. afternoon and L. with Germany. ing, In school hall, Seventeenth and week at tho Church of St. Francis The Entento Allies will bo as- must lay upon the nation's altar Broadway. . Assissl on the Bardstown road, the memories, his racial sured that the United States will his dearest performing Tulv fiathnllc Orohan Society Rev. Father Rothhelt not make peace with Germany until prldo, the ties that link his heart picnic on St. Vincent's Orphanage the ceremony. Competent legal- - authorities having; tho German autocracy, deemed tho to the home of his childhood and grounds. declared that Dr. Ellis Duncan is ineligible The marriage of Miss May Cam- greatest existing danger to Ameri- perhaps tho affection of those to July 25 Annual picnic for St. bron and Edward D. Rico was solfor to the office of Coroner of TnsPTth'H Orohan Asvlum. on ornhan- can national security, is overthrown whom under God he owes his exemnized Tuesday morning at Holy avenue. Jefferson County, according to Section 237 Cross church. Tho bride is tho Right thinking Americans ago grounds, Frankfort istence. and Prussian militarism, tho chief daughter of Mrs. Annio Cambron, of the Constitution and Section 3744 of obstacle to world peace founded on will appreciate tho fact that the C8xao9apc8ac8ac8eaaoeoxiog Mr. and Mrs. of Frederlckstown. the Kentucky Statutes, I hereby announce-mysel- f democratic ideals, is completely loyalty of their German fellow Rice aro at homo at 1310 Eighcitizens to the Republic involves crushed. teenth street. as a candidate for Coroner, subject Inasmuch as tho Allies have in- the greater sacrifices and that it is to the action of the Democratic party at the The marriago of Miss Mary Gercluded in their war alms territorial unfair to make their path of duty C6SSSa&3SSSS3eKKftg838KK primary, August 4, 1917, and solicit your trude Murphy, daughter of Mrs. aggrandizement, such as tho reten- more unpleasant than it is. Wo Frances Murphy, and Thomas F. CANDIDATE FOR vote and support. emplaco next tion of German colonies, tho admin- can not therefore condemn too Mrs. Wash O'Connor is visiting Bachman will tako DR. H. E. MECHLING. Wednesday. Both are prominent In istration, in conformity with tho phatically those protended patriots relatives in Now York. Catholic circles and tho best wishes President's declaration that the who openly and maliciously sow In Mrs. Frank O'Connor Is visiting of a legion of friends follow them OF JEFFERSON COUNTY United States seek no conquests, the minds of tho unthinking base relatives at White Plains, N. Y. Into their wedded life. Subject to Action of Dcmocratlo Party. deems it unwise to enter into any and cowardly suspicions pf the Primary August 4, 1917. has been and pretty Miss Edith Herbold A largely attended hard and fast agreement to fight honor and Integrity of visiting friends in Jeffersontown. wedding was solemnized WednesThis is not tho way to until the Allies are satisfied with day morning at Holy Trinity church', promote that unity of our whole tho peace terras obtainable. Miss Nell Falk has returned from New Albany, when John Murphy HBHp people which is tho first essential a visit to her parents at Bedford, led to tho altar Miss Amelia Long. TJSE. Rev. Father Charles Curran perOn every battlefield of Ind. of success. PATRIOTIC CARDINAL. formed tho marriago ceremony and the civil war Col. M. J. Brennan has been celebrated nuptial high mass. The venerable Cardinal Gibbons sealed their devotion to the Repubat asserted his Americanism when ho lic with their blood and thus earned Uiis past week. French Lick Springs John F. Bartley and brido, who urged, now that a state of war has tho right at least to immunity from was Miss Mary E. Riney, havo rebeen formally declared, there must tho slanderous suspicions of noMrs. George Able, of Bardstown, turned from their wedding trip and INCORPORATED. with the bo no shirkers. "In tho present toriety seekers whoso patriotism is has been visiting her sister, Mrs. aTe making their homo Mrs. John bride's parents, Mr. and, James E. Callahan. emergency It behooves every Ameri- too noisy to bo sincere. NINTH AND KENTUCKY. Rinoy. Their marriage was solcan citizen to do his duty and to Miss Julia Malono was hostess to emnized at Sacred (Heart church, Homa City. IPS 'Cmab.SoHth 41S uphold tho hands of tho President Tho Catholic Boy Scout move- her brldgo club lost week at her Rev. Father Walsh celebrating tho mass and performing the coromony. and tho legislative department in ment grows stronger daily. Prom homo, Crescent Hill. tho solemn obligations that con- our exchanges come news that Miss Nellie Mulloy and Patrick J. J. Rourko was among those front us," said tho Cardinal. "The troops aro being organized almost from Louisville registered in New J. Meehan were united in marriago FOR primary duty of a citizen is loyalty everywhere. And why not Louis- York tho past week. church at St. Louis Bertrand BOTH PHONES 2399 Wednesday aftornoon, Rov. Father COUNTY COMMISSIONER to country. This loyalty Is mani- ville? Conducted along Catholic "MIrs Arinln Nellie Baxter fested more by acts than by words; lines tho movement will benefit euest last week Warrlsso had as her Garvey officiating and Miss acting Subject to Action of Democratic Party. (live us a trial for Jfirst-claservice. Wc are as Miss Florence Hoch- and James Rafferty XTimury aukumi i, j,ai. by solemn eorvlco rather than by both mind and body and mako our strasser, of Jeftersonville. folclose to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and A Teceptlon as attendants. empty declamation. It is exhibited boys manly. lowed the ceremony at tho homo of night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable Mrn. Tlnv f!. Kfifthler. of Now tho bride's sister, Mrs. Michael D. by an absolute and unreserved chauffeurs our specialty. jCiive us a call. With its current issuo Our Sun York, is vlsltine her Darcnts. Col. McNally. obedience to his country's call." His prayers, ho said, would bo for the day Visitor celebrates its fifth an- and Mrs. Charles Dehlor. Miss Josephine Kelly and Josoph success of tho United States fighting niversary. This splendid weekly at St. is hero L. Lenlhan were married Miss Cathryn Morneau forces and that theso forces would messenger has accomplished great from Little Rock, Ark., to visit Dr. Louis Bertrand's church WednesSEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. day morning at tho 7 o'clock mags, bo so effective that an early peace things during its young life, and and Mrs. J. F. R. Cooper. Rey. Father R. G. Lyons officiating. would result. Father Knoll has won a first place Mrs. T. B. McCabo entertained Both aro well known members of 1017 1017 AncH.t Primary May their hor brldgo club Thursday afternoon that parish and many friends were In Catholic journalism. present to wish them luck and In Reservoir Park. at her home GRATIFYING. work and success long continue. on their matrimonial Godspcd Mrs. T. J. Cunning entertained career. They will bo at homo after Wo havo repeatedly said that Be fair and do not condemn your her literary club Tuesday afternoon, May 1 at 1230 Nlazuma avenuo, any scheme of preparedness which Gorman and Birmingham, Ala. tho affair being very enjoyable. does not control tho means of neighbors for the actions of a few transportation as well as the irresponsible fanatics. W. B. Cleary and J. L. Hays The marriage of Miss Margaret wore In Now York the past week,' Schroer and James T. Carey, which sources of supply of war munitions CANDIDATE FOR combining business with pleasure. took place at St. John's church last would be unjust, not only to the SACRED HEART CHURCH. week, came as a great surprise to CITY TREASURER people, but particularly to tho men returned friends and acquaintThis year's May festival and to Mrs. It. W. Slack has ten days' their many aro busy extending them Subject to Action of Democratic Party. who must carry tho flag to victory candy pulling for tho benefit of the ances, who Owensboro, after a Primary August 4, 1917. In tho face of tho enemy. It is Sacred Heart school, 'Seventeenth visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. B. congratulations. Tho bride is a Schroer, of Riley. daughter of Herman thereforo gratifying to know that and Broadway, which Father Walsh 617 East Walnut street, and the tho Government intends to take tho and the Sisters havo brought into Mrs. James Malono, Crescent Hill, groom i3 property man at Central among our city edurank matter in hand at tho outset, and the front Institutions, will continue had as her guests tho past week Police Station. They havo gone to cational that the knave who takes no risk two days and nights, May 14 and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Owens, of housekeeping at 1216 South Floyd street. will not be allowed to grow fat at 15. The ladles of tho Altar So Hotso Cave. Fon tho expenso of those who risk their ciety aro busy with preparations The Ohio Falls Sowing Club spent ST. LEO'S ENTEUTAINBIENT. and o all. War usually produces a crop year'swill endeavor to mako thi a pleasant evening with Mls3 affair tho most attractive and are the right $2 Kenney at her homo on VirllllllllKiJflk. ' ill with OF JEFFERSON COUNTY one hand and sucessful ever given. A leaturo xor of millionaires on the A dramatic entertainment ginia avenuo. musical numbers interspersed will beggars on the other. Let us see tho second day will be the lotto Subject to Action of Dcmocratlo Party. Hats for Louisville Highto it that tho ono we are embarking party. The entire proceeds will bo M!na Patrick TTftlov. of Jfifferson- - be given in St. Leo's Hall,Monday school fund. on Sunday and for the "As Near to You as tbe Neifeat Phone' on will result differently. men and young men. ville, had a nice reception for her land Park,April 29 and 30, tho first sewing club at her homo on Mis- evenings, performance to consist of evening's FRIENDS INVITED. New styles, new colsouri avenue. Oar Special $3.00 Spray TRAINING CmiiDREN. a comedy drama entitled "Not So Tim lofHoct nt iha Executive Board Bad After All" and a farce, "Hans Our Special $5.00 Wreath W. O. Hanslev and D. H. School. ors, soft and stiff A- plain, simply stated principle of the Visitation Home for working Monday evening of ihn Stewart Dry Goods Company. Von Smash."willOn given in addi The largest values la Fuss be I "The Spy" needed to guide us through the girls, 615 West Walnut street, exCANDIDATE FOR ral Flowers ever offered la shapes , the same good their frlnnrtR in an entertain were in New York on a buying tion to two farces, "The Wrong Mr. question and maze of the school Louisville. Wright" and "Hans Von Smash." ment they have arranged for next pedition last week. CITY TREASURER through the controversies respecting Friday afternoon ana evening in me Duets will be sung by Misses v. quality that made For prompt delivery call ?23 TiJItua Trono Tllnford has returned (Hate supervision of private educa- home parlors. Euchre and lotto both pbonei. Burnett and M. Schwlerman. Ad Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Ocean Springs, Miss., where mission tickets, twenty-flv- o from Primary August i, 1917. cents, tion now and then going on in tho ti.Ul Tin wn nf tha fftatnrrw and all she spent three months as the guest them famous. reserved seats fifteen cents extra. This are assured some real enjoyments. of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Simmons. press and the Legislatures. VINCENTIANS. Tne proceeds are lor ine Deneiu true and simple principle is briefly: of the building fund. OFFERS GAltPEN GROUND. Tranche Shellev has left for eaphAl i 0rUm Tho gonoral meeting of the St. Tbt the parent's right to control BrtAmumtB he iwlll snond sev nnotnn whan iNTO THE TIRE. rthe training of his children is surni .TnniM P. Whallen has Vincent do Paul Society will be held eral months with hor daughter, swelled the list of citizens who are tomorrow afternon at the Knights preme. Iburth Awnoe loulrviir j In other words, education Aodnnllnf in nannrffl tharn la a Mrs. John Lynch, and Mr. Lynch. "doine their patriotic bit" by an of Columbus Hall on Fourth street, is primarily a parental right. Our steady stream of German spies and acreage when tho presence of all members nouncing that a large wife of fm. V. J. Connors, "Flowers telegraphed everywhere." uuueu oin?o oonstitutlons safeguard what are reeervisiH leaving i morning the P. J. Coonors. of 1707 owned by him would do pronereu la expected. In the will receive tnrThird and Market personal rights. As pointed mnv farr1on ihaaa (Lavs. While theV Patrolman institution or to various conferences lamed ha dnlnf cm from motives of Balrd street, k Teeoverlng rapidly to any charitable1 of St. William's church, will dein their by the Catholic CUUeo, they (prudence, they seem to be Jumping fWm her recent lllaesa'and is able residents living Bear the sites for holy communion George M.respective liver the address. Connor, churches. Rev. gardening purposes. do not mention, parental rights. Yet out of the frying pan into. the fire. to receive her friends. as-Bu- anyone heard of tho Junior Order, tho Guardian3 of Liberty and other A. P. A. societies offering to help In any way? One silver lining to the cloud of war Is that it puts a quleteous on the Menace, Tom Watson and other buzzard patriots. tho family as a social unit is recognized in a line of judicial decisions Tho Ancient Order of Hibernians, reaching back to tho tlmo "whereof Institute, tho tho memory of man runneth not to tho Young Men's Knights of Columbus' and other tho contrary." upon Catholic societies arc all on record private or Tho attacks during tho nation's crisis, but has parochial education must not bo AMONG TIIE SUSSING. . .1 & luwuia IftlAII&T VJwV&J ut kODNO SUITS FOR BOYS $4.95 $5:95 $6.45 79c White Shirts and Blouses 29-3- 60c $1.00 Sm ROBERTSON ANNOUNCEMENT. on A SOCIETY. SHERIFF VOOFB DEOKt German-American- s. ....GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOR HOME High in Heat. Low in Ash. German-America- ns S6ANL0N GOAL COMPANY fSD Autos and Taxis For Hire ss H. S. McNUTT WW FRANK DACHER Lee Young Automobile Co Levy's Leader Hats Gorman-Americ- an ANDREW M. SEA WM. T. McNALLY Kath-erln- - In-vl- ta m. mnomximc i LEVY'S - ot ICEaSTXJOlCY RELIABLE GLIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are 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, n was organized by cltlzeni SLICED BACON to make "A JUedy for Your Griddle 1b the LOANS Morning" on furniture and other personal property at HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOWEST SATES. Coleman Bids., CO. LOUISVILLE PROVISION S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. (Incorporated.) Both Phones, 2886. IRISH AlMCEJJBSICSAItf. tA 5 """ "SOUTHERN STAR" iMrnDDriD ATcr8""""U&liJBfcfc well-know- Wc Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. 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Home BT-- est ad issued: 1803 Louis A. Broring, Horn) 1 D. D. S. W, Market St Ready-Mixe- A Fhdie 2556 plain-beari- ng 430 Half-gallo- .". Shawnee HENRY GOSS Phone 801 ENGRAVERS 12-in- TOUCH ENGRAVING COMFAN j li-Inc- Boeraro, quttexoto, spotrnsra Tin Roofs Ropairod and Pointed A8PHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY 0X1 Veit Broadway, Xoalivllla, ry. MM ARTISTS, ENGRAVER B BLBCTROTfTPERS W. Main St., LoulsrUle, Ky Homo Phone City 6674 R. "' "" " ""' HI- "IMIiMWIWitit ' , . IIMIlin' I ball-beaTl- MIKE WIEDER I GRAN W. I Funeral O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for 803 Bast Walnut Street CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. LITTLE NUN'S TROOPS. Wall Paper "hnd Window Shades See us about anything in real Room Mouldings, Picture Frames estate. We sell, buy and rent A little. Gray nun has brought and Window Shades Mado to Order. out of the melting pot of Now 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. York's East SIdo a regiment of solHome Phono City 2517. Homo Phone City 4464. diers Teady to glvo their and Hve3 if need be to tho United Residence Phone, Pcwee Valley States. Sister Marianne of Jesus 3180. Is "mother" of four companies of t Phone, City The Great American "Colum&us Volunteers," Italians, JOS. DALY Syrians, Russians, Jews and youths TAYLOR & WILLIAMS from every race that goes to make up that great cosmopolitan popula INCORPORATED. CONTRACTING PAINTER LOUISVILLE, KY. tion of the East Srdo are members 420 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. of "her troop." Twlco a week for more than a year they have heard T. E. YANN DAIRY COMPANY THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH 00. from tho lips of Sister Marianno of Jesus of tho debt of gratltudo and INCORPORATED honor they owe to tho United INCORPORATED Distillers Of States, and tho soft spoken littlo OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH nun has instilled In them spirited 508-ri- o sourn wenzel st. "HOLLENDACH" PURE RYB patriotism.- - Without appeal and of Louisville, Ky. her own accord Sister Marianne 528 W. Main St. Both Phones 4202 took it upon herself to stand sponsor for tho military training of WM. AUGUSTUS these East Side boys and to instill In them tho spirit of loyalty to 1011 Swan Street Contractor of Excavating, All their country which would mako Machine Shop. Auto Repairing them ready to offer their services ConKinds of to their Government when tho tlmo PRICES REASONABLE crete and Wrecking. of need came. Major Gen. O'Ryan, Work Guaranteed Homo Phone, Highland 1472 Ave. Homo City 2000 of tho Now York National Guard, 320 E. Cassln becamo Interested In tho endeavor Charity, and of of tho Sister through his aid tho persistent work of Sister Marianno and hor associate Sisters thero were finally funds sufficient to equip tho troop with uniforms, rifles and banners. It was a proud day for Sister Marianno when she stood on tho steps AL. S. SMITH, PROP. of tho institute and "hor Tegiment" went marching by in a blazo of khaki and brass, each soldier saluting with tho colors dipped to "the mother of tho regiment." After a year of training "tho boys aro Teady," Sister Marianno says. And BOTH PHONES 810. qall her she smiles when they "Mother of tho Regiment" this SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. lltlo Gray nun Sister Marianno of Jesus. JOHN sen-Ices JOS. BXIyEIt YELLOWSTONE OF THE WORLD AT WAR. Resources of United States and Entente Allies compared with Teutonic Allies: Population. Wheat Bushels. Pig Iron. United States 103.000.000 1.000.000.000 39.600.000 Entento Allies 770.000.000 2.170.000.000 227.500.000 Teutonic Allies 147,500,000 418,000,000 15,000,000 TWO - THIRD g; non-rustab- lo National Wealth. $230,000,000,000 306,000,000,000 133,750,000,000 DEATHS. 12-ln- ch 14-In16-in- Louisville Business College RECENT 31-- J. WHISKEY The body of Richard B. Mullen, "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" . formerly a resident of this city, who at El Paso, Texas, arSIXTH AND MAIN STREETS rived died Sunday evening and was hero taken to tho residence of his sister, Under the Management of Mrs. John W. Flood, 1931 West Broadway. Funeral services and requiem high mass were held Monday morning at St. Patrick's church. (Formerly with Spencerlan) Mr. ' McCarty Is still doing that Saturday morning tho funeral of o work that Spencerlan Nicholas Nalley, 1637 West Brecksolicitors have told you about fo inridge street, was held from Sacred past slxtoen years. Heart church, Rev. Father Walsh conducting tho solemn obsequies. Day and Night Classes. n years old and He was Phones: College Office, City 7883; is survived by his wlfo, Mrs. Julia Cumb. Main 458. Residence, City Murphy Nalley; three sons, H. Vin4879; Cumb. West 120. cent, Ward and Henry Nalley, and two daughters, Miss Appollne Nalley HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY and Mrs. William Clark. sur-fa- co r. l. Mccarty -- four-sowe- d, 50-fo- ly, hlgh-grad- hlgh-grad- fifty-seve- Tho funeral of Edward Conners, . DIVISION 3. 711 East Kentucky street, father First and Third Monday, Hibernian of Sergeant William. Connors and Home, 1818-182- 0 Patrolman . Martin Conners, was Portland. held Saturday mornjng from St. President John M. Rlloy. Paul's church, Rov. Father Donohoe Vice President Tim O'Leary. S DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT 1 )) S Recording Secretary John Martin. Secretary Financial John J. Broderlck. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s SMITH'S SON and Embalmer Sentinel Thomas Noono. Pat Begley. celebrating tho requiem mass and speaking words of comfort to tho bereaved wife, sons and daughter. Deceased was born In Ireland seventy-two years ago, but most of his llfo had been spent here. HELPING WORTHY .CHARITY. i Yil Lv - BEER NONE BETTER Director vW0T0V0TWV lI .. 'M"M-I"H-I-- M The Oakland Club, recently organized by a number of actlvo Catholic ladles who aro doing much for Bortrand Hall, Sixth street. charity, will entertain with a grand President Thomas Lynch. euchre and lotto on the afternoon Vice President John J. Barry. Financial Secretary Thomas J. and evening of May 10 In the Eagles' Hall, 812 South Second Langan, 807 West Oak. Recording Secretary William P. street. Thero will bo a special gold prize and a number of consolation McDonogh. awards. This will bo for a most Treasurer John F. Burke. worthy cause and will result 'In an Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas agreeable surprlso for all who attend. Sentinel M. J.McDarmott. Dlg-nan. DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, NONE PURER Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. j J "i I IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE WILL ILYVE GOOD TIME. V I l'i"W"MfrH-I-M"M"M4P44-W- 4' DOUGHERTY & McELLIOCT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ! Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH Cumb. Alain 2998-- n ' 3EHOKTI3j8S. Home City 2908 i j44iH.ta"i"H"M'4--i-r-W'-'i''; very prominent lawyers, who will Refreshments conduct tho trial. and luncheon will be served and an enjoyabla evening is assured. Tho meeting this week was well attended and stock subscriptions received will nearly wipe out tho outstanding debt for tho club house property. BENEFIT DIVISION 3. A. O. H., will glvo Nor- Members of tho Columbia Athletic Club and their friends will bo entortalned with a lively mock trial and general good tlmo Monday night at tho club house on East St. Catherine street. William Dennes, D. L., Chairman of tho committee, has secured tho services of somo mWWWHHWiWHWWWVVHWWmmWWVVVMWW liUAAxtniMvHij diaiix aut-uvjuu ifxiUBins act J! y J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. &22S2 Main Street. WUUWUWUVWUMUUUVUVWUUWVMWWMVMUUUiUWI Ea.srt; Home Phen feeees tXrYB.". Shawnee 484 Cumberland, Wast 11 I RATTERMAN INCORPORATED. SCANNELL jj Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers 3101 WEST BROADWAY H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Notice of Removal JOHN 'ti I B.ltATTERMAN sio xnecbr A.vicnec Telephone 1090. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING FUNERAL DIRECTOR From 1117 Weat Market St. After May 1 to 2114 WEST MARKET ST. West Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland 1107a. PRHSST ORGANIZES SCOUTS. The Rev. Father Henry A. Conpastor of St. JeffersM nelly, at Faducah, Francis do Sales N. W.Girner Fourth and has decided to church organize a company of Catholic Boy Wti Tans keys aa HihHm tiat wlM Scouts, for which formal application yrtsars Hum for 1U. was made this week. This will bo troop the ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE the first Catholic Scout FatherinConLouisville diocese and nolly la enthusiastic about it. A IIS W. Sra&&way XeidSTUlt, Xy. Scout Master will be selected next Coaaieted by the XayerUa Brethera week. The committee In charge 1b aad Olaaaleal, Beleotlflo Bulaew composed of John T. Donovan, Capt. Cevrsea, Preyaratery DesartMeat, Lrt M. W. Wllllws and Edwin J. Ojwiia Cwlatalar Peal. Wall Trw jfsaarafa. art. juaaa, uw. Paxtoa. B1b4 and Portman Theater, Twenty-firs- t land avenue, next Thursday evening, thero being two performances, tho first at 7:30 and tho second at 9. Manager Wentzell has kindly consented to present special reels for Riley, M. John that occasion. President of Division 3, announces BET YEAR ENDS WAR. that the St. Patrick's day movlo pictures will bo given at tho same Underwriters 'at Lloyds in London theater In May. aro betting even money that the European war will end this year. QUARTERLY MEETING. They aro also betting nlno to one tho war will not end before Tho flmt nimrtfirlv meotinc of tho that 31. Society will bo July fTnttmlln Ornhan held tomorrow afternoon at St. niNTS ON STYLE. Vincent's Orphanage, ana it is hoped all parish branches win be The tendency of hat brims Is to Tho committee fnllv rnnrpsAntpd. tint Vhih honn rnvlslne tho constitu shapo downward. Wherever It is posslblo to uso a has completed Its tion and long sleeve there it is found. work and will present its report. Tho prettiest drosses for early o ST. PATRICK'S. spring aro In princess or style. con Thn iddlfis of St. Patrick's aro goBlack gregation will glvo their next euchre ing to boand white checks tho tailvery stylish for nnil Inftn n.irtv on Mondav nleht in tho school hall at Thirteenth and ored suit. It is thought by tho exports that Market. Following will be tho hostesses for tho evening: Misses Holllo tho zouavo skirt will not last Martin, Elizabeth Garry; aiesaames yery long. Nelllo Weholle, Mary Hlgglna and Thero are just as many colored Maymo Terrell. handkerchiefs as thero were last summer. wrrn elks. Tho spring shows many transand Louisville Council, Knights of parent hatB for afternoon Columbus, 'has accepted tho invita- evening wear. Bead embroidery and other head tion of tho Louisville Lodge of Elks "to participate In tho Flag day trimming has a large placo In the celebration f that order on Juno Bummer fashions. 14. According to tho plans of the American women have accepted Elks tho celebration will consist of tho frock with tho long, raisings and sultablo exorcises loose coat to match. flag In all of tho parka. Chain stitching by machine has become the favorite method of orwrrn soldhjrs. namenting cloth surfaces. yet to the Thero is no return Massachusetts soldiers aro to re- sheath skirt, the kindasthat shapes, ceive $10 a month from the Stato In addition to their Federal pay. Itself into tho figure from waist to Their dependents aro to receive ankles. Striped ginghams and candy pep$40 a month besides. Massachusetts has always been liberal with her permint muslins are being exploited among the fashions for hot soldiers. , weather. A dainty new blouse goes the PRISTS ARE NEEDED. frocks that have no apparent openof New York ing one better. Indeed It lias no The Archdiocese has 1,110 priests, Chicago 846, Bos- closing. It slips on over tho- head neck is cut deep ton 784, Philadelphia 726, Balti- and the more 60 j, St. Louis 554, Milwaukee enough so that this does not dis 427, San Francisco 401, Cincinnati arrange the halr by-law- H one-plec- a benefit picture show at tho Division 3, street and Fifth ave. INCORPORATED nue in New York City. Following priests. the ceremony thero will bo an In- PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, formal breakfast for tho two famFORTY HOURS. ilies. Mrs. Walter Glover and brother, W. L. Casey, will leavo A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f Tho Forty Hours devotion In soon for Now York to attend the Loulsvlllo will begin tomorrow wedding, which will bo quite a. somorning at St. James church and ciety event. at Highland Park at St. Leo's church, ending on Tuesday. At LEXINGTON. both tho pastors will havo tho assistance of a number of priests A Catholic Woman's Circle In tho Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager from other churches. Lexington Red Cross Society was Monformed at tho Phoenix Hotel Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, day night with 300 anembors. Tho CONVALESCING. officers are Mrs. William King, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. Slstor Sophia Catherine, of the President; Mrs. Edward McLaugh- PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Miss Mary Ursullno Convent In Cincinnati, who lin, VIco President: Alice Miss recently underwent an operation at Magulre, Secretary; is con- Caden, Treasurer. Ilo.spltal, St Anthony's Home Phone 1913 Cumb. Phone West 191 valescing at the homo of her EUCHRE, LOTTO, DANCE. mother, Mrs. M. E. Wathen. Twenty-eight- h 372, St. Paul 346, New Orleans 319. Tho dfoceso of Pittsburgh has 552 priests, Brooklyn 541, Newark 474, Buffalo 421, Hartford 410. Cleveland 382 and Detroit 311. Notwithstanding tho foregoing thero Is scarcely a diocese In tho United States that does not need moro TAKES KENTUCKY BRDDE. Tho marriage of Miss Antoinette Erwln Glover, of this city, and Pedro do Cordoba, of Now York, will be solemnized at high noon April 28 at St. Leo's church, at OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. FALL CITY BEER . next Wednes INCORPORATED day evening, and tho Committee of Arrangements havo arranged to award all of tho articles left over from thn rnrnnt carnival as euchre and lotto prizes, which will bo quite v a an incentive lor xne piayers. danco will follow tho euchre and SaM at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excelteet ' lotto. GRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. ntrnntia nnrl Morton, tertain with a euchre, lotto and danco at tho club houso, Baxter Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will en- WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers, DISAPPOINTMENT. x of thou To hn sands of his friends and admirers, in Sacra nnfholln nnd mento and throughout tho diocese, Bishop araco mas puoiiciy expressea his disapproval of any civic or popular celebration in connection with tho observance of tho goldon anniversary of his ordlriatlon, which occurs In tho latter part or Juno this year. c. OLDBARBEE The Best Straight Whisky On Earth INCORPORATED JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. Main Office and Salesroom, Sole Own Reftiatered Dint. No. 32; 726-73- 0 the one-ple- liberal APRIL OUR WAR MONTH. . With the exception of tho war with Great Britain in 1812, every big war in which the United States has been Involved started during the month of April. Tho war of tho Revolution began April 19, 1775, at Concord and Lexington, The war with Mexico was declared April 24, 1846. The Black Hawk war, tho greatest conflict with Indian forces, began April 21, 1831. The civil war began with an attack on Fort Sumter, April 12, War with Spain April 21, 1898. 1861. West Main Street. GERMAN BANK Bring us your soiled, sunburned Panama that can not bo cleaned. We will dyo It a good black, and reshape It. Don't bo misled by toko advertisements. This Is the only place In the city that knows how to reshapo ladles" hats. All kinds of ladies' hats cleaned, dyed and reshaped into the latest styles. Forty years In business - Is our guarantee. QOur rtY tjp.L.lVr. prlco Is LADIES 713 was declared Falls City Straw Works West Jefferson St. - nOME FOR THE AGED. Tho Philadelphia Chapter of tho Knights of Columbus has under consideration a plan for the establishment of a national home for the aged members of tho order. The Philadelphia body urges concentrated effort and tho instruction of delegates to the Supreme Council to vote in favor of tho proposition. One of the methods suggested for Fifth and Market Sts. QUAKER MAID' INCORPORATBD t Clean Grocery Stores. establishing the home waa tho placing of an assessment on each mem"The Best For Less," ber of the order of about one dollar a year for three years. This would Orders for 51 or more delivered to any part of the city. yield a sum of over ? 1,000,000. " jbCttj&TTj&Jszrsr irish ambjicajv. We sterilize every rug, thereby killing all disease germs that might have been brought into your home by the shoes. The Swiss methods protect the health of your home. We dye in one piece your rugs or carpets. Remember the Swiss Service satisfies. RVG AND CARPET CLEANING easy. We dean your rugs through The Swiss way makes your and through, and while they are going through the cleaning process they are not contaminated by coming into contact with rugs fram unsanitary homes. Repairing of Rugs and Carpets our specialty. house-cleanin- g SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS INCOItPOHATED '. We Operate Nine Branches lllb iOUIH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STOi.i.. 617 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE HIBERNIANS. DAN J. HENNESSY, THE TAILOR KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. &mtfmmtttwMi (ficoNMMAtta CfoJ I Lato News Members What They Have Been Doing' the Past Week General News Notes. That Will Interest Here and Stewart Dry Goods Co b Coaatchoa Wilb Jame Mc Crectr Cm New Vferk. WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS iMcowfnwn I I Tailored-to-Measu- re Skirts Have a Distinctive Individuality Not for a season has there been such a preponderance of favor showered upon the separate skirt. No doubt it is the smartness and beauty of materials that is in some measure are now choosing materials hero and having Afiss Myrtle Miller make skirts to individual measure-rrentThis service insures exclusivencss of style, better s. responsible. Scores of patrons quality of materials, custom tailoring and correct fit. the woolen materials is bought here, these very reason, able charges prevail for making, findings and fitting: $2.00 Plain Gored Skirt $3.00 Plain Skirt, with pockets and belt $3.50 Plaited and Sport Skirt ("Wool Dress Goods Dept.) Pro-vide- d 1 of New York City at its last meeting presented each member with an American flag for his homo. Tho Philadelphia County Board has reaffirmed tho pledge of loyalty sent President Wilson on behalf of Into a Pair of Emerson Shoes and Know Real Comfort. tho national body. Ore., Hibernians of Lakeview, offer to purchase for the military organization now forming there any flag thoy may select. Tho ball team's suits are white, cap with green stockings, green peaks and "A. O. H." on tho shirts, making a neat design. HONEST ALL 3 Tho degree team of Division of Omaha Is rehearsing for a class THROUGH,, initiation on tho first Sunday in May. for which thero will bo many Wide Variety Por Your Selection, in Black or Tan, High or Low candidates. Division 3 at Its last meeting congratulated the ball team on breaking Trinity Council's record of last year, tho latter novor having 336 West Market St. won a game. Famliy Shoe Fitters. Tho Ladles Auxiliary of Ascension parish, Minneapolis, gavo tho proceeds of their dancing party toward furnishings for the new home for tho Sisters. Los Angles Hibernians held their d annual celebration Thursday night. It was a most successful affair, with special American RECEIVED PROM THE MINES DAILY and Irish features. Tho Right Rev. Bishop of Sacramento complimented tho Hibernians on the flno showing they made when thoy received holy communion in a body at tho Cathedral. PROMPT DELIVERIES Adaylight meeting of Division 3 will bo held Sunday afternoon, April 29, itho mooting to too called at 1:16 sharp, and adjourning in time to allow members to see ball i4&t4&M&$W44WQ44Q4ty4b4 evening. Display the Stars and Stripes and thus show your loyalty. Division 3 will exhibit the St. Patrick's movie pictures some' tirao in May. Next month Division 3 will return to Its regular Friday meetings, beginning May 4. Tho Ladies' Auxiliary liad a banner crowd at the euchre and lotto Wednesday evening. Come see tho St. Patrick's niovio pictures next Thursday and Friday at tho Crown Theater. Boston divisions arc steadily increasing their membership, initiations being held every week. Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of Water-burConn., donated ?100 to Father Fitzsimmons' Emergency Hospital. Many of tho members attended tho Twin City games Sunday and helped root the Hibernian team to victory. Division Division 4 will meet Monday Becomes Identified With the Clothing Sales Force of Crutcher & Starks. opens The Missouri at St. Louis on May State convention 8. EHzabethtown Council Is making great preparation for an Initiation May 20. HIS IDEALS FULFILLED y, SLIP YOUR FEET & -- Ore. Now York City Knights will erect a tablet in the County Court Houso In honor of the lato Justice John J. Dplancy. Tho application for a charter at Odebolt, Iowa, has 1en granted. It is estimated that tho now council will Btart with between 100 and 150 mombors. Tho Knights of Oelwein, Iowa, have presented a $3,500 organ to tho Sacred Heart church of that city, and also a beautiful high altar which cost $2,500. Tho 200 members at Duluth secured 1,262 names for Red Cros3 Dan J. Honnessy, tho well known custom tailor, recently discontinued his custom tailoring business to identified with tho Men's Clothing Staff of Crutcher & Starks. Mr. Hennessy brings to Crutcher & Stalks ripe knowlodgo and experience in tho men's clothing business, and feels that he will be able to give his many friends tho best by of clothes service, backed o ! n ern "oning niurKB be-co- About fifty now members are assured for Omaha Council's coming initiation. District Deputy C. J. Richerson, of EHzabethtown, will assist at tho Initiation in Covington tomorrow. Omaha Council without dissenting vpto appropriated ?100 for tho local baseball league. Portland Council exemplified tho major degreo last Sunday for and other class at Albany, good-size- This Is Spring Sales Week at Stewarts SUCCESSOR TO 9 members after campaigning only ono week. Bishop McGolrlck and tho clergy approved tho project. The Knights of Sallna. Kas.. re ceived holy communion in a body at Sacred Heart church, enjoyed their second annual breakfast in their hall, and closed tho day when they Joined tho Defense Leaguo evening patriotic parade. SOCIAL C. K. EDW. A. AXMAN HENNESSY & AXMAN Popular Price Tailors CLUB AOTIVK. VOLZ & MICHAEL FRESH COAL (INCORPOnATED) forty-secon- du Pont Lump ?52 209 Speed Building Both Phones 157 Central Coal & Iron. Co. Tho meeting of tho Social Club, of A., held Sunday afternoon In tho auditorium of tho Knights of Columbus on Fourth avenue, was largely attended. applicaSeven tions for membership were filed connection. with tho Secretary before tho meet"When I noticed that tho firm of ing was called to ordor. This was Crutcher & Starks was maintaining tho last day for open membership. the policy of charging strictly one In tho . future any person desiring price during a season In their dif- to becomo a member of tho Social ferent grades of clothing, and I Cluo must make application for realized that I could sell a suit to social membership at the Central a friend and look him square in tho urancn or tno u. k. or A. in a eyo a few weeks' later and assure letter addressed to President Fleck him tho price had not been cut by Dr. Felix F. Gaudin, ' Supremo down to favor a later buying cus- President of tho C. K. of A., tho tomer, I decided that Crutcher & contents woro to tho effect that he Starks' was tho character t cloth- would bo in Louisville on May 20. ing store with which I would llko to Ho also advised that ho would glvo Dan becomo identified," said J. a lecture on the Founder of tho Hennessy. Catholic church and its followers. Arrangements are now under way CRUTCHER & STARKS to tako caro of the many who havo r"Lc"ur uiviavuQi Mr. Honnessy is stationed on the second floor and will take great pleasure In serving personally the friends who call on him In his new INCORPORATED il rn-iit- -- Spring and Summer Suits Now on Display Prices exceedingly low and values that can not be duplicated anywhere in the city. An early call will be appreciated. 425 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Up Stair Store IIoiuo Phnae 32.18 FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS Honors good coffee 65c Has boon the favorite kind. The quality is the best and our prices are tbe lairest our Now Blend, 2 i2 lbs Special Auto Delivery Service. AUTOMOBILE ment havo consented to Tun tho picduring tures twice each performance. Tho views consist of scenes of the parade showing the different societies which took part and viows taken in the neighborBertrand's hood of St. Louis church. Tho pictures arc excepWhere the home la Where work Is quickly tionally clear and tho spectators brightest; done; Bryant as honor guests at their last will havo no trouble in recognizing Where the work U Where cooking aeenu meeting. After an excellent pro- themselves or friends who took part gramme a sumptuous lunch was in the celobratlon. lightest; real (on; Where the meal l Where baking given de- eorved. twin city, league. cooked host; light; COLONELS IMPROVING. range stands Where the Where drudge Is ont of Despito tho cool weather 10,000 the test sight Although tho Louisvillo team has people wore present at tho opening .MOBILE'S MESSAGE. That's where the That's where the shown improvement the Last couplo of tho Twin City, tho Catholic Base"Quick Meal" come Quick Meal" come of games tho players still need a ball Leaguo, Sunday afternoon, and la; la. fow more games with a warm sun they wero rewarded by seeing a "Wo want to tell you, sir, when you como to call tho roll, to round them Into last season's splendid display of patriotism and Qalck Meal Gas linages Sold. Ibh (ailed and Highly Recommended You will find that wo aro with shape, and with that condition will good exhibitions, of baseball. Presiyou come their normal batting oyo. Tho dent Capt. Roichert, Sheriff Charles 215 hitting of tho team has been tho Cronan, Park Commissioners Ben Yes, wo'ro with you heart and Bizot W. MARKET ST. real drawback thus Xar, 300 hitters Washer and Ray pitched delivered This soul." the messago of tho was like Klrke, demons, Compton and short addresses and tho first Mobile division of tho Ancient Or's Daniels not having struck their balls on" tho four diamonds. telegraphed to der of 14 HH"H-will be team, with Bob Morris twirl President Hibernians last week with iHI II t IH M M-- stride, and'when they do It Louder-milWilson ing,, won an eicltlng 1. BANNON. for pitchers llko P. BANNON, JR., T. H. MERIMEE, of JM. I Up. who thus has hold tho gamo from tho Imperials by a scoro tho text of a sot tho resolutions in VIm Pf. a Trtis. of X Colonels to tour far SKtetaiy. hits each in two of G to 5. Trinity Council con- which loyalty tho flag. Irish citizens is pledged to games; Tho Indianapolis team with tinued its unbroken record by los- tions, a copy of which Tho resoluwas comits string of victories has not ing to tho Orioles in an 18 to 12 municated to Congressman Oscar L. ot gamo, but tho Y. M. I. club shows Gray, were drawn up by a commitoqualled Louisville's lecord twelve straight last season and future promise and will bo heard tee composed of Gcorgo J. Sullivan, after tomorrow 'will go on tho road from. Tho K. of O. team boat Bor-- Chairman; M. J. McDermott, Wnltor J ' Kmiatm nwj r1va.l flU ,, for a while, where a fow defeats trand and its new recruits in a good F. Walsh, Frank J. Thompson, Tho game up to the list few innings, Rev. J. R. O'Donaughuo and John BaaasH's Patent Lidded Pipe far Steam Ceadalts, are sure to bo met with. Louisville club will play again at tho final scoro being 12 to 5. The A. Hughes, State President. Wall CeplBrf, Drala Tile. TKrlf. Brick. , Toledo this afternoon and tomor surprising feature was tho defeat Fire Freeing, Flae Lining-- Fire Brick row, coming homo Monday to play of Bud O'Brien's pennant-winnin- g ORTOAN SOCIETY. Grate and Boiler Tile, Gresad Fire Clay, Chimney two games with Indianapolis and Champs by the Hibernians, tho new o series with the team in tho leaguo this season, then a Tho Catholic Orphan Society will OPFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON four Western teams. Thus far Pitcher Henry, ot the A. O. H. begin active preparations for the Louisville, Kansas City and Indian club, striking out soventeen men annual Fourth of July picnic and HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. apolis look tho strongest, but with and holding his opponents to threo reunion for tho benefit of the St. from tho WORKS Vincent Orphanages record which will 13tltrdBreck. asdMagKoMa Ave., Bet. 9th 10th. X,lnany lifting backchange will big hits, some time. stand as a"Boots" Thomas and St.to bo held re- - for leagues an entire . Manager at a meeting at the T faiilr And aiirA WMWMQ.. rlrolrv all Murphy is still husy receiving con- Knights of Columbus Hall on Montf WM.W ..M .MW 1M.J around. gratulations. The schedule for to- day night, April 30. President morrow is as follows: Hibernians Murphy and tbe officers expect that LOCAL MOVING PICTURES. vs. K. of 0., Bertrands vs. Trinity, this year's picnic will surpass all Mackin vs. Champs, and Imperials others. Because of the weather and The St. Patrick's day moving pic- vs. Orioles. Staadlng to date: tho disappointment of the orphans tures will be exhibited at tho Won Pet. on Easter Sunday, tho society has Lost FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Crown Theater, Seventh street, near Hibernians... o 1. 000 promised the boys and girls a May Oak, next Thursday and Friday K.ofC A number r, i o 1. 000 day party and dinner. FREE SERVICE. i x evenings, under the auspices of Di- Mackin their o 1. 000 ot ladles have volunteered i vision 4, A. O. II. There will be Orioles... ,J 1. 000 services for this party and all who 0 two performances each evening, the Trinity...., ...... vo The 1 .000 can awlst will be welcome. first at 7:30 and the second at 9 Imperials. ,...,. ,',vp will be .000 dinner for the orphans t As there is much interest Bertrands o'clock. Sunday in 1 .000 served on the first 5b 1101-O- I BAST BROADWAY.. in the ptoturea, the Crown saaRage- - Champions, I .000 May. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In game. County President John Hennessy, Tom Lynch. President of Division 4; John M. Riley, President of Division 3; L. J, Mackey and Tom Dolan saw tho A. O. T. team win in its first start. Division 10, Ladies' Auxiliary, ot Minneapolis, had Rev. Father Casey, State President Mrs. Mary Daley and County President Mrs. Anna Foai'th and Jefferson. signified their intention of availing to themselves of tho opportunity hear Dr. Gaudin on a subject which will inteerst hoth young and old. Many views will bo shown on tho screen in connection with tho address. It has been decided that tho minstrel to bo given by tho Social Club will bo held in tho auditorium of the girls' school of St. Martin's, Shelby and Gray, on Sunday evening, May 6. This minstrel is composed of somo of the best talent in tho city. Many sentimental ballards will bo sung, also some clever black-fac- e songs, with plenty of good comedy. To hear them will bo a sure cure for blues. Mr. formerly with tho Al G. Fields' minstrels, has chargo ot tho Dhow. Jar-bo- e, JOHN M. MULLOY Both Phones 1323 ESTABLISHED 1885. 212 W. Market St.) Service. If you want expert service juft call us up. Wc Iiavo never been oat of dyes for ono moment since tho war begun and are thoroughly equipped to handle all work of every description. You enn rept assured if you need dyeing wo can satisfy jou. Auto Pclhery. Parcel V09 dtesiictg- t I0TH PULS CLEANING 426 S. Fifth St. INCOItFOKATKD. PHONES 2635. DYEING CO. Louisville, Ky. 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