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SHANLEY Kentucky Irish American NO. 17. ,U EI Nomof Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVIIL LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1917. liiiiiii immmifim in.w w PRICE FIVE CENTS. ' looking far boyond mere petty local Interests, threw the weight of his '('im moral Influence toward tho securing of peace and this not merely of temporary character. Ho llkewJso welded the loose bonds 'between tho members of tho Federation, so that for tho future they were able to The Fow Seek to Possess AH Throughout Church and Country tide over In safety tho crisis of the Power and Dominate the Over Death of Archbishop Reformation." After thus extolling his achieveMany. BIcnk. ment in behalf of peace the proclamation goes on to say: "There was thus established tho Ann foundation of the present Swiss Ideal the Heal Purpose Democratic Gov"Never Recovered From Heart peaceful living together of peoples ernment Has Always in Attack Suffered on Visit of diverse tongues, all dowored St WS "frw v Vv' a with equal rights, and the amalga to Chicago. View. mation of three distinct types of culture. . . . His lnfluenco reached as far as the courts of Innsbruck and Milan. The principles which Sincere and Earnest Study Neaelt Pride in Ireland ond Stud-- , he so heartily commended to tho cessity to Solve Trying Government of Bern toavo eyen toled In Dublin Cutholic day a deep significance faithful University. Problems. observance of civic duty, protection of the weak, and above all, and this should bo the chief aim, a mutual peace founded on mutual WHERE PRINCIPLES ARE FOUND WAS CONVERT TO THE CHURCH charity and esteem." Little wonder that tho proclamation concluded by ordering all tho bells of tho land rung on the eve of tho fifth centenury of Tils birth Tho great strugglo Is between tho Saturday morning news was reand that tho anniversary day was fow and tho many, tho few standing: ceived that the Moat Rev. James celebrated with great solemnity for aristocratic principles and tho Hubert Blcnk, since 1906 the beSpecial throughout Switzerland. loved chief shepherd and Archmany for democratic principles. Tho services were held to ask tho bishop of the Ecclesiastical province few seek to possess power and Almighty to bles3 Switzerland and of New Orleans, had passed Into wealth and to dominata tho many, to grant that the spirit of Brother heavenly rest, and all nationalities 'whllo tho real purpose of governKlaus may once again be heard and creeds are mourning his loss. ment and law is to better tho lives SHACKELTON RESCUES MEN LEFT ON ELEPHANT ISLAND. above the death-di- n of war. For two years tho Archbishop had and conditions of the many, the ANTI-AICRAFT GUN FOR UNITED STATES. grandly imposing How stands been Buffering with a weak heart. Photo shows some of tho Shack elton Polar expedition who wore evolution of democratic govornment figure of tho peasant-hermi- t, Phofo shows now anti-ai- r craft gun recently Installed on tho .. havlni? fhla nnrnncA f All his life ho had been a strenuous rescued after many months of anxiety for their safety. It was feared tho .simpleman of peace, 'because a ' a Pennsylvania, which Is tho flvst United States battleship At the beginnng of i)nvi. over sinco his first seri- they would starve beforo aid could reach them. Left to right are: worker, and our early hls- man of God. How truly great was to bo equipped with those guns. ous attack of Illness in Chicago has How, Oswald, Barr, Irwlng, Mc Cloud, McAuly. iuijt uiu peopio umaea into two hos-tl- o he who knew to assert national camps, ono representative of tho allowed himself little rest, perunity and rights by moral suasion, Old aristocratic nnlt-l- f inl 41,,, iv. sonally directing tho administration feeling In tho Democratic ranks. his Blenk ascended authoritative because of a truly of this vast archdiocese even to the opric, ho raised to relieffirst bishIn tho mak This latter course will not make tho rising democracy. great personality, We can not but end, despite tho protests of his of- $30,000 through a personal fund of Mr. Rrumleve or his campaign any ing or our Govornment each of those effort subscribe most hearltly to tho ficial helpers, who would gladly solely. stronger, and as stated beforo in opposing parties sought to form a concluding words of tho Swiss .Vio n..u have relieved him of oven tho least theso columns, the averaco voter is government biiHorf nmn proclamation: In 1906 Archbishop Chapelle was "God President's anxloty and care. The stroko which Btrlcken disposed to give him fair play and considered tho best principles of grant that theso chlme3 may find and died during the yellow The aristocratic elecaused the final decline came to fever epidemic, and on July 1 Archa fair hearing, but will not be government. an echo far beyond our frontier In ment, led by Alexander Hamilton, Archbishop Blenk while he was sit- bishop to suc- Simple Swiss Hermit Honored tho spirit of the Man of Peace .of Stanley Comes Out Victoriously convinced that ho is of Mayoralty afterward dnvelonfri Blenk was named !, 7 intr. ting In the yard of the Archbishtimber if he Is used as a tool to called in Contest With ObstrucC. B. of C. V. the Ranft." Federalist party, while the opric on the preceding Sunday after- ceed him. of With his advent to Now by His Country and Its vent tho spleen of a few disap- uemocrauc element under the lead noon. Ho had been feeling better headship now the archdiocese of tionists. pointed Thero are People. life Orleans MAJOR JOHN GAULT. than usual and had occupied this every department, was infused into some good and worthy Democrats of Thomas Jefferson afterward dereligious, educaveloped into tho n favorite seat for the first time in tional supporting Mr. Brumleve and no Major John Gault, eighty years and charitable, of his branch two weeks. ono disputes their right to support history. party of our earlfc political old and a veteran who won distincTho Federalist party deLeaders in the archdiocese of of tho Catholic church. At .that now churches and Memory of Brother Klaus Has tion and promotion during tho civil Voters Favored With Prohibi their choice, but it is hard to un- sired a stroncr. r.ontmH f New Orleans, including Bishops tlmo many why up to this tlmo derstand government, resting finally upon a war, died Tuesday evening at his tion Literature of ForLaval, Gunn and Gallagher, Chan- schools were opened, especially in a Message For Our Warand disgruntled Demoof the archdiocese the rural residence, 607 West St. Cathorlno The cellor Jeanmard, Vice Chancellor of New sections which Includes crats havo dictated the progress and miuuweu electorate. ward Leaguer. Orleans, tho party, led by Jefstreet. ' Major Gault Was a native ring Age. Furlong, Very Rev. Thomas J. conduct of his candidacy. As a ferson, aimed fit. linlvnronl Diiffm. MisStates of Louisiana, Alabama, of Louisville and a graduate of tho Larkln and Rev. R. M. H. matter of fact, the offer to bet was and a government, though repre- Okla Arkansas, Kentucky Military Institute. When gathered about the bed of sissippi, Texas, drawn forth by some of Mr. Brum- M;uuH.ive in lorm, resting ultimately war between tho North and South prolate when the end homa and the western part of Flortho venerable contractor friends who broke out he enlisted in tho Union Hen Brumleve Follows Course leve's loud in their assertion havo on tho whole people, and it is with came, declared "death came like ida. been that tho contests of thoso two Undei the jurlsditcion of Arch- His AunivorsaryDay Celebrated army, and becauso of his .fighting Mapped Out by Disgruntled sleep." he Is gaining ground, and calling principles that tho early opposing bishop Blenk were ten bishoprics, political ability and his knowledge of war Tolcgraphlc announcement of the With Great Solemnity their hand should bo no reflection history of our country Is mado up. Ones. tactics he was promoted time and death of the Archbishop was sent known as the dioceso of New Oron their candidate. With tho growth of tho country in Switzerland. in again until he attained the rank of to Theodore Roose- leans, erected the 1793; the diocese It is being reported that County In territory and population, Major. He never discussed his ex velt and William Howard Taft, of Natchez,dioceso dioceso of Little Judge Sam Greene has sent out the with Uio high development and and orof Galveston, the ploits during tho war, although ho close personal friends, and to Car- Rock, tho S. Haldeman to of business life, indioceso was frequently mentioned in dis LOCAL RACES ARE WARMING UP S. O. him call to Gen. in the County ganization problems dinal Gibbons and the hierarchy and diocese of Alexandria, tho of Dal save from defeat numerable havo arisen for Returning LAND RING patches for-- bravery. ALL BELLS clorgy, and from all over the cou- of San Antonio, tho dioceso Solution, hilt Itlrwn Judge race, as it appears that con nwv.1.. from tho .war heientered the service ntry came messages expressing grief las, the diocese of .Corpus ChrlstI, test Is now confined to Loralno Mix of the day can definitely be .solved the diocese of Oklahoma, at Oklaof the Louisville "and Nashvlllo Com and sorrow over his death. and Squlro Wheeler, but It hardly ""i uy vuo application or true basic pany, and for flfty-thr- e years was Exposod to- tho view only of homa City. The adjournment of the Legisla- seems probable that any support principles, and tho make-shifof During the eleven years In which one of Its most trusted and popular members of tho clergy and Sisters, Archbishop Diminutive Switzerland stands employes, being retired flvo years ture Wednesday also marked the can savo him at this Juncture. In Politicians OnlV ita Blenk has presided over body of Archbishop Blenk rethe today as an oasis of peaco In the ago. Major Gault married Miss end of tho fight for political su- the Sheriff's race Senator Sam Rob lems and mako them more difficult mained in tho parlor of tho Arch- the affairs of tho New Orleans arch still continues to gain 01 solution, it Is a legal maxim diocese the work of the church in midst of tho horrible devastation of Mary R. Tlmmons, of Louisville, in premacy In the Democratic party ertson bishopric until Sunday afternoon, ground, while the friends of Mr. that thero Is no wrong without a this part of the nation has spread tho world war. However diminu- 1859, who died last January. He between Gov. Stanley and his McNally seem to be dopondlng on remedy. when It was transferred to the lu this mnv-ii fAim parish scat, St. Augustus' church. In tho establishment of hospitals, tive, It still has a mighty history leaves ono son, John W. Gault, and friends on .one side while the private Instructions and tho Haly- - tho right idea of government and asylums, churches and of deeds that were brave and noble. two daughters, Mrs. W. H. Price schools, politicians and prohibi- Beckham support to win. No one law. Thero is no wrong which it There It laid In state in view of tho public until Wednesday afternoon, other commcndablo works of relief. From ono of theso deeds, a great and Miss Rose Gault. The funeral tionists were on the other. To the concedes anything to Mr. Woodruff should not be possible to correct by Today In the New Orleans archdio victory of peace, there comes to our took place Thursday morning from credit of Gov. Stanley and his when tho removal was made to St. vote. But the proper application of right tho straight times a notable mes St. Louis Bertrand's church, attend friends it must bo acknowledged but a real Derby Brumleve Bailiff's principles. Tho duty of public men Joseph's church, where tho funeral cese there are more than 1,500,000 contest tho for services were held Thursday morn- Catholics, according to the estimate sage splendidly significant. In a ed toy the Order of Railway Con that their fight was made in the race seems to be attraotlng much Is to give their best thought to Interest of tho new taxation laws, attention, the supporters of Messrs. ing. Bishop Gallaghor, of tho dio- of Rev. Jules B. Jeanmard, Chancel- proclamation issued by tho Presi- ductors and many old associates. true tiHnlnitw nnH t'tioin dent of the Swiss Confederation to while their opponents were simply McDermott, Heffernan, Leachman, best enorgles to tho application. cese of Galveston, was the celebrant lor of tho diocese. PETITIONS CONGRESS. tho constituent States the people of at Frankfort in the role of obstruc- Gunther, Metcalfe and Tharp all thereof. Political parties aro inof the solemn Pontifical mass of VINCENMANS. Switzerland were recently called requiem, and Bishop Gunn, of tionists, blocking or attempting to being busy, and it Is reported that tended to ho the tti nut hnfnpoa nt f i Societies of block any legislation that would Tho United Irish upon to do honor to tho venerable Natchez, preached the eulogistic sera prominent Bandana Club officer ganlzed bodies of men having more or many Despite counter figure of the saintly hemit Nicholas Chicago havo forwarded a petition tho mon In tho crypt of the St. Louis credit on Gov. Stanley and his has opened a book for tho political less aciinito programmes of govornto Congress, apropos to tho lan- reign in office. Tho bunday von Flue. This remarkable man outdoor attractions last Cathedral. bettors. Two other races beginning ment and policy. They should lay James Hubert Blenk, S. M., D. D., afternoon there was an immense was born of poor peasant parents on guage of President Wilson, wherein leaders knew that tax legislation to attract attention aro thoso be- down in their platforms basic princisay:. was favored by both political par- tween Russell Gaines and' S. F. ples of government and policy, and Archbishop of the ecclesiastical gathering of members of the St. March 21, 1417, lived the simple they "When Russia, the nation or slav ties and tho people in general, but Crecelius for County Surveyor and have a settled purposo to apply them province of New Orleans, the second Vincent do Paul Society at tho quar- pastoral life of the average Swiss successfully broken the people's wishes and Kentucky's Squire 'has solution of oldest Jn this country, was born In terly meeting in the Knights of of his times, fought bravely in the ery, Frank Dachor and Andrew to tho but Instead tho problems of the thereof Neustadt, Bavaria, July 28, I860, Columbus Hall. And when tho many battles waged to protect their manacles that enslaved its people,- opportunities came second to tho M. Sea for City Treasurer. For day, nartv nlatfnrmn nm too many .. . .. w .....taw Ml . of Protestant parentage. Archbishop meeting adjourned all present con country from the inroads of the deposed monarchy, dethroned Czar- political advancement of Beckham County Commissioner Senator H. S. of the and ambiguous ex Blenk was the youngest of sixteen gratulated themselves on their good many powerful States surrounding dom and established a republican and his following, so prohibition McNutt, Joe Nevln, Joe Ludwlg, of pressions to deceive and impose children, and was a twin. His fortune in hearing the Instructive them, and in due time married a form of government on tho ruins of was Injected at every opportunity Squire Dorsey and Squire brother died when he was six and feeling addresses of Rev. good wife and raised a family of autonomy, is It not time that tho simply to block the needed tax reare conducting a vigorous upon tho people. The vaRt nrohlprris nt ihn Anv months old. Of a large family only George M. Connor, pastor of St. ten children, all of them to useful people of Ireland emerged from form proposed toy Gov. Stanley and canvass, while the ticket of three, William's church, and Edward J. and honorable manhood one sister survives tho Archbishop Haly at Messrs. Bingham, Cox and Scholz, only bo solved by an earnest and and their centuries of misrule and take the Tax Commission. their place among tho nations of Frankfort played for bone dry have made no move except their an- sincere stuuy ana application of Airs. Eva Boos. As a child ho O'Brien, who presided in the ab- womanhood. Always remarkable for his deep the earth, vested with tho power to while Beckham at Washington was nouncement. Now that the Legis- true basic principles of government. came to New Orleans with his fam- sence of President Doyle, who was govern themselves, and left free to only for near dry. It is told how o piety and Rev. Eugene ily, who mado their home in Now in Evansvlllo. saintly life, advancing adjourned Senator First principles must be ascertained has lature offered the oepning prayer and years drew him closer to God in determine their own policies, their early in the session Haly bragged Charley Knight and Will Perry will and incorporated in tho political Orleans. Early in lifo the futuro own development, unhindered, In tho Frankfort hotels that Archbishop showed a leaning to- Secretary Thomas Bohan read the contemplation and practices of he announce for tho Senate, whllo Rep- platforms of the great parties, and unafraid?" would concede all of the political resentatives Barrett, Spahn, Kuh, theso principles must too adhored ward the Catholic faith and at the conference reports of their work With tho consent of his They urge that as one of the con- power to Gov. Stanley and still O'Brien and DUffy will announce to and applied by tho party in age of twelve years was baptized in for tho past three months. Theso devout wife, and after providing for power. But what is the guarantoe showed that the Vlhcentlans had tier and his children, he retired to ditions of peace Ireland and Poland block the latter's wishes, but from for St, Alphonsus church there. that the party in power will honCompleting his "primary educa- been very active and had been tho a lonely valley, where ho spent his be made free and Independent and tho results obtained tho Moses of estly and consistently apply these tion under private tutelage, ho en- means of relieving tho distress and years as. a hermit in prayer and given a rightful $aco among tho the prohibitionists crowed just a litGOOD WORK. ENDS WITH principles of government? tered Jefferson College in his wants of hundreds of poor families good works. Soon his name was nations of the world; and conclude tle bit too early. For this guarantee recourse must bo of Louisville, tho receipts for char- known far and wide as a symbol of the appeal with the following resoteens, going through a four-yeNow that tho Governor will havo Tho extraordinary session of tho had to Individual character alone, generous and the piety and wisdom. His advice was lution: course of Instruction undor the ity being qulto a little more leisure time on his "That upon the final termination hands it is expected that he will General Assembly, after spending and this character must be built Marist fathers. After graduating expenses practically nil. Beforo ad- eagerly sought and his decisions war and in tho adjustment throw a stone or two In the way sixty days in a sweeping revision upon healthy moral principles. It Archbishop Blenk went to Belloy, journment a large number of men respected. The times were full of of this for enroll- stress and danger for his beloved of peace the parties negotiating for of France, where he spent three years presented thomselves Forward of Kentucky's system of rovenuo must be a character with an enlightDemocratic the and adjustment Leaguers, who have been attempting and taxation, completed its labors ened conscious and right will, a studying In the houso of the ment. Louisville bears tho proud Switzerland. Mighty neighbors cast the settlement part of to takeVontrol of tho party in cv-- " and adjourned sine die Wednesday character which prefers Justice and Marlsts. After finishing his proba- distinction of being ono of the very covetous eyes at the strongholdof thereof shall insist as a tionary education at tho Marist foremost Vlncentian cities in the his brave people. Eighteen measures de- principles abovo personal lntor- To begin with, tho afternoon. But the outer their settlement that Poland and ery district. Leaguo signed to enhanco tho State's rev ont. nnri tTita lonrla n in ihn In. vw, novitiate In Lyons, the young stu- world. wu, HW w ww foes wore less dangerous than inner Ireland respectively bo given their leaders of the Forward dent was sent to tho Dublin Cathdissensions which threatened to d!s- - freedom, predicated upon the prin- were ' practically unknowns as far enues, distribute the burden of qulry where may wo find tho corrupt the bonds that hold those peo ciple laid down by the President in as their Democracy was concerned, taxation more equitably and en- rect principles to enlighten the con olic University tp pursue a course WILL RAISE FLAG. his plea for an International leaguo, and they have attempted to obtain courage development were enacted science ana guiae ana sirenginen of higher mathematics. Later he ples of diverse tongues together. Next Tuesday afternoon at 2 returned to Belloy, where ho underThe Swiss cantons had emerged that 'All governments derive their control through their prohibition during the session. Theso bills ac- the will? They aro to bo found In fhnk hndv nt tnnrnl nnil took further theological studies o'clock the children of St. Patrick's victorious from the long and costly Just powers from the consent of views, and In several instances it Is complish tho change from tho school, Sixteenth and Market, will Burgundlan with tho Marist fathers. property tax system, which ex- principles of which the Holy Cath- wars lasting from the govorned.' " known their conversion to prohlDl-tio- n On AiigUBt 16. thirty-tw- o years evidence their loyalty to our country 1466 to 1477. Then arose the queswas on a par with their con- ports agree has broken down almost cue cnurcn is xne leacnor. uy me FEAST OF ST. PAUL. ago, ArchblBhop Blenk formally en- and President Wilson by a flag rais- tion of how the rich spoils of war version to Democracy, and that was universally, to a mothod of separa- practice and teaching of thesd moral t tered tho priesthood, toeing given ing on the school grounds. The were to bo distributed. all of a sudden. Tho tion, or classification, of property nrlnnfnloa nnrl nllfrln.ia Tho 'disThe feast of St. Paul of tho prospective candidate his sacramental robes at Belloy, flagstaff will be fifty feet high and pute on theso questions was waged for which is expected to prove fair and Christianity tho best character is France, at that time. His first office the flag, 8x12 feet, a handsome long and bitterly from 1478 to Cross will bo celebrated at the United States Senator hero is still Just to all classes of taxpayers, at tormea ana ueveiopea. today furthering his candidacy and the the same tlmo materially Increasing Retreat Heart Appropriate was a professorship in his Now ono. exercises are 1481 without the assembly of rep- Sacred DAY THEY PRAY FOR, Orleans Alma Mater, Jefforson Col- planned for the occasion, chief of resentative delegates coming to any with impressive and beautiful cere- cause of prohibition here by mail tho revenues of the State. Tho mem 5:30, lege, which position ho assumed which will bo tho singing of patri- agreement. Fourteen different mony. Tho10masses will bo at morn- ing out thousands of prohibition bers of tho Legislature aro given o'clock in 6:30 and The annual parade and anni at tho opening of the first season otic songs by the children, conclud- times they had met, but to no pur- ing, with solemn vespers the bene- leaflets, but judging from tho re- warm praise for "patient, discriminand Archbishop ing with a hymn In honor of tho pose. The question seemed marks made toy tho recipients this ating and excellent work," in a versary services for tho children of after his ordination. Blessed Mother, this being the first gontleman statement which Gov. Stanloy gave St. Joseph's Orphanage, tho day the Blenk became President of the cave by recourse to arms. diction at 3 o'clock in the, after- muchly - advertised in 1891, and served In that day of tho month dedicated to her Tho delegates woro in fact about noon. Tho 'blessing with tho relic doesn't seem to bo making much of to tho press shortly after final ad little ones pray for, take place capacity for six years. Late In and she being the patroness of this to disperse and return, to their of St. Paul of tho Cross will bo an Impression with tho votors. No journment. Tho Governor predicts tomorrow afternoon. Tho orphans or will bo conveyed to Jackson and, 189C he recalled his days at the country. After the flag raising ex- homes and arm for conflict when Imparted all during the day, and the one seems to bo taking his candiIndulgence may be dacy seriously, but ho is being Jol- that a material enhancement an Fehr avonuo, from where tho parKentucky's prosperity will be Marist institutions in Europe with ercises the ladles of St. Ann's Com- the pastor of S tarns bethought him- Portlncula gained on tho usual conditions a. visit to France at the Invitation mittee, who planned tho affair, will self of Brothor Klaus. Straightway lied toy the political prohibitionists Immediate result of tho now laws ade will start at 1:30 o'clock. entertain all visitors with refresh bo sought him out in his solitude confession and communion and vis-I- on account of tho campaign barrel enacted. The work of tho Louisville Headed by Lieut. Malonoy and the of tho Marist General. to tho Passlonlst church. For ho is expected to kick in with. The Senators and Representatives stands mounted police and the Industrial Returning to New Orleans in ments and games of euchre and at Ranft to secure his advico and February, 1897, he was appointed lotto, during the afternoon only. to enlist his authoritative wlsdem all who visit the Passlonlst Retreat machine certainly forth and reflects upon them much School band, the Uniform Rank of tho Knights of St, John, Uniform rector of the Church of the Holy An Invitation is extended the public in the cause of peace. All chron tomorrow thero will be a cordial agrees with tho old adage that credit. Rank of tho Catholic Knights of '"jhere 1b a sucker born every Name, in Algiers, and was ap- to participate. iclers agree that within an hour welcome. America and tho St. Joseph Orphan pointed a member of the Board of CORDIAL AVELCOME. minute." after consulting the hermit of Ranft Society will form tho parade and NOTABLE VISITOR. Local politics was again featured-bConsuitors. of the New Orleans STRIKES CATHEDRAL. the quarrel was settled and settled 's province during Archbishop Tho uivnn conferences of the St. escort tho children. The route will Mr. Brumleve's attack on the so well that it did not again arise The Most Rev. Louis Thelssllng, Lightning did considerable dam- till the year 1848. The official pro- O. P., Master General of the Do- local Democratio leaders and ad- Vincent do Paul Society organized be east on Fehr avenue to Clay, administration. In 1898 the south to Broadway, east to Shelby, latter selected him ad auditor and age early Wednesday morning of clamation of the Swise Government minican order, arrived in New Or- ministration this week simply be- during the past year at secretary of the Apostolic delegation last week, to the tower of St. John's alluded to in the beginning thus leans this week, accompanied by cause someone stated that Brum- held a general meeting Sunday and north to Main, east to Story avenue, At the records the achievement of Brother Father Horn, O. P. After visiting leve's candidacy for Mayor was not had a hearty greeting for John thence to Adams, north to Washingto Cuba and Porto Rico. One year Cathedral at Milwaukee. after this visit to Porto Rico corners of the tower are four pil- Klaus: the houses- of the order in Louisiana booming and that he was a rank Doyle, President of the Louisville ton and to St. Joseph's church. Archbishop Blenk was Banned lars. The bolt struck one of them "The present day has vividly re- he will proceed tp Vancouver, from outsider in the betting. The Re- Particular Council, who delivered where solemn vespers will toe sung Bishop of the Porto Rioanv diocese, and sent it crashing to the pave- called to mind the memory of a there to Japan, China and Manila, publican Herald gladly published an Inspiring address. Judge Matt and a sermon preached. After the the first under American occupation. ment. Brick was scattered in all di- venerable figure of Swiss history, then returning to .Rome. Tms lis Mr. Brumleve's remarks and Is O'Doherty was to have also deliv- church services the orphans will be After the hurricane that swept over rections for fifty feet, and fortu- - tn a period of extreme danger to the first visit any Master General ready at any time to publish any ered an addrew, but was called to entertained by the oongregatiea in Porto Rico just before Arehblshop jsately &ose were hurt. the old federation Brother Klaus, has ever made to the United States. thing that will cause dlsssnelon or Los Angeles on Saturday morning. the school hall. SORROW MwjMSMiiirwM.'IIM.I iim STRUGGLE ! .. ! R super-dreadnaug- ht SIGNIFICANT GOVERNOR -- I office-seeker- s. Domocratlc-Ro-publlca- Democratic- -Republican Wyn-hove- n, OF-TH- tri-n- - ts nnn-h. Haly-Beckha- m war-harri- ed re-fle- c't Haly-Beckha- m V m-irt- n n-- catch-wor- ds Muen-ningho- ff Don-oho- ar i i i gon-er- al rnllr-lnn- a Haly-Bock-ha- m unse't-tlcab- le col-le- go ts Haly-Beckha- m Cha-pelle- -- - o jBaBwwarcroBTX'" KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIGflN. Ivtfe PUBLISHED KVRRY SATURDAY. to t Soiai aad Meral AdrascenecsMt af klsa AswkaM sad Cfts4ki OfSoUUy iBdewed by 'Aadeat Order o Hfctralaas, Ywg Mn'o Iartlrate aad CatfcoHe KalghU of America. COMING EVENTS. 0 April Musical entertainment at St. Leo's Hall, Highland Park, at S p. m. April 27 Entertainment for Visitation Homo building fund, afternoon and evening, in parlors of the 29-3- RETURN THANKS. Tho Ursulino Sisters, through tho Kentucky Irish American, wish hereby to thank tho Aiumnao of Sacred Heart Academy and tho friends and donors who havo interested themselves In tho now Ursulino chapel on Cherokee Drivo. iish AJMD&Rzcxajs?. HERMAN STRAUS ruunin AvemJI m.urrunw cu SONS MARKET STREET J ' .. 81 - ALUMNAE OFFICERS. We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. Oakland Club euchro KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING! CO.,Iccrportua, PubllahT and lotto, afternoon and evening, SINOLB COPY gc Eagles' Hall, 812 South Second. Tho aiumnao of St. Catherine's 4 VHSCIIFTION PRICK, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR May festival, candy Academy, conducted by tho. Sisters May 5 flitUr. t b tnlwHh PUWm i Bcnd-CU- J BaUf Mercy on East Broadway, at pulling and lotto party for Sacred of 1Hml aH Cesunank tlM to tlw KINTUCKY IIKSH AMEKICAN. I Wsit Oreea St. Heart school, afternoon and even- their annual meeting elected tho following during the to ing, in school hall, Seventeenth and coming, officers MlsSservo' year: oso Watson, Broadway. President; Miss Susan Ryan, Vico July 4 Catholic Orphan Society President, and Miss, Edith Dowling, picnic on St. Vincent's Orphanage Secretary. grounds. HER FEAST DAY. July 25 Annual picnic for St. ..SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1917 Joseph's Orphan Asylum, on orphan-ag- o LOUISVILLE, KY.. Monday will ho tho feast day of grounds, Frankfort avenue. St. Cathorino of Sienna and an try and more particularly In the occasion of much Joy among tho It. I. P. Sisters of tho Dominican order. United States havo in all times obWhilo thoro will bo Tho wntiro country mourns tho tried to connect the inspired in- g J servance hero, thoro no public will bo approdeath of Archbishop Blonk, but stitution of tho Catholic church priate celebrations at Holy Rosary markedly so tho Archdlbceso of Now with temporal politics. Thoro is no Academy on Fourth street and St. Catherine of Sienna Academy at Orleans, upon which ho leaves tho such connection, as every lay CathImpress of a strong personality and olic knows, and it is propor that Fred Harig left Monday for a Springfield. for whoso welfare ho had labored there should bo none. That man visit to Baltimore SACRED HEART. so zealously and so Influentlally. who conveys tho Impression that Miss Minnie Murray spent last Great preparations are being Tho causo nearest his heart was of the Catholic body has a political week visiting at Covington. made and the ladies of the Altar .course always tho development of attltudo is an enemy to tho faith Society and parish will meet toMrs. Anna McTlgho, of 834 tho power and lnfluenco of his own and tho welfare of tho people. Freefor furthering street, is ill with a sovoro morrow afternoon May festival for NORFOLK SUITS MADE OF BLUE SERGE PRICED AT church, and to tho work he devoted dom of political thought and action the work for the attack of tho grip. passionate is as the boneflt of tho Sacred Heart a brilliant mind and a much a matter of tho paternalBut it was no part of his istic relation zeal. Mrs. Pat Ryan, of Russellvllle, school, Seventeenth and Broadway, of the Catholic reenjoyed a pleasant visit with rela- which takes placeIs May 14 and 15. nature to stand aloof from tho church to its children as is tho reAlready thero much interest sponsibilities of good citizenship and quirement of an adheronco to tho tives here last week. manifested, and with all assisting a grand success will result. This year ho will always bo remembered for purely religious doctrine and disWolfen-borgMr. and "Mrs. W. H. tho tho readiness with which ho joined cipline of the church. Tho Catholic have returned from a visit and ladles will present now features entertainment. bands with tho representatives of church is the mothor of religion, to relatives at Bowling Green. every causo looking othor faiths in KNIGHTS AND LADIES. having nothing in common with polMrs. James O. Carr has returned to (tho "betterment of community Arch- itics notoriously tho father of lies. from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. (conditions. In tho death of Hon. C. H. Marr, of Wyandotte, Georgo Zimmerman, at Cannolton, Mich., Supremo President of the bishop Blenk the diocese of Now Ind. NOT SINCERE. Catholic Knights and Ladies of Orleans loses one of its most sucspend the greater part Tho Sarto Literary Club was en- America, will Asldo from In a lengthy editorial the editor cessful administrators of next the tertained Wednesday evening by Southern month on a tour of visit hla executive ability ho had a raro of the Louisvillo Herald tries to will Mrs. E. J. Hackett at hor homo in Louisville States, and and 3. on 'May 2 The gift of leadership and a gracious brush asido tho statement made in New Albany. Progressive Commltteo of tho local personality and thoso qualities, these columns that thoro never was will arrange for a general Misses Ncttio and Lucille Slack branches and joined with hla untiring energies, and can not bo any love for EngTO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS entertainment, the proweeks' visit meeting for which will bo In keepwero reflected in tho splendid de- land in this country because of its aro homo after a six family In gramme ing with their reputation for hospivelopment of the dlocoso, spiritually criminal history and oppression of with Henry Lilly and Nolson county. tality and Interest In the order, and materially, during Ms admini- small nations, although (her press stration. Both tho community at agents now picture her as tho proIt's easy to get a smoko on Guy CORNERSTONE LAYING. large and tho faith with which ho tector of tho Irish, Boers, etc. In Ostorman now, a little girl arriving this past week at his home, 3416 was so conspicuously Identified the same issuo of the Herald in its The cornerstono to tho neu audiWest Broadway. torium and high school building of aro distinctly sufferers by his pass- news columns appears tho following ing. This was attested by tho at- objections to Irish homo rule, which Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McElliott went Holy Rosary Academy will bo laid impressive on Thurs- are sure to bo made the issue when to Martlnsvlllo last Saturday, where with afternoon at ceremonies tomortendance at the funeral 3:30 o'clock and Mr. McElliott hopes to recover frdm row day, tho largest ever witnessed in England gets out of trouble: the public is invited to attend. Tho his attack of rheumatism. City. programme will bo cart following tho Crescent "Celtic Ireland, being in a maout: Tho Fred jority, would control tho govern- Stengel,many friends of Mrs. street, ried "Star Spangled Banner" Holy CORNERED. of West Market ment. This government would be will be glad to hear that sho is Rosary Pupils. Competent legal authorities having "Praiso Yo tho Lord" St. Louis Stung by the criticism In tho like Tammany rule in New York recovering from her recent illness. Bcrtrand's Choir. declared that Dr. Ellis Duncan is ineligible columns of the Kentucky Irish City, or tho notably corrupt AmeriAddress Very Rev. T. L. CrowseLeon Marion is American in which tho Junior Or- can cities where Irish rings control. lect audienco now,singing to a girl ley. for to the office of Goroner of. a littlo der, Guardians of Liberty, Knights Tho Catholic church would be fa- arriving at his homo last week, and Blessing and placing cornerstone. Jefferson County, according to Section 237 Benediction of tho Blessed Sacraof Luther and other A. P. A. or- vored and tho Protestant communi- was christened at Holy Cross church of the Constitution and Section 3744 of ment. ganizations wero classed as ground- ties of Ulster would bo discrimin- Tuesday. the Kentucky Statutes, I hereby announce hog "patriots, tho official organ of ated against." , TRINITY COUNCIL. announces Mrs. Caroano Hack myself as a candidate for Coroner, subj'ect attempts a the local Junior Order tho engagement of her daughter, Y. M. I., will Trinity Council, ALLAYING OUR DISTRUST. feeble reply in its latest issue, reto the action of the Democratic party at the Miss Margaret Hack, to Clarence Tho wedding will take hold an open meeting Monday evenWi. Murphy. printing part of tho criticism, but primary, August 4, 1917, and solicit your ing, at which time William P. Tho solution of tho home rule place in June. with characteristic underhandedness will address the council on vote and support. problem was said to have been tho FOR eliminates the names of CongressThe A number of delightful social af- tho subject of "Citizenship." principal occupation Lloyd DR. H. E. MECHLING. of man Kltchin, who is fjghtlng Presiof Literary Committee of Trinity feels COUNTY COMMISSIONER been given Jn George's Tory Cabinet during the fairs havo Merz, whose honor that in securing this brilliant young Subject to Action of Democratic Party. marriage Miss Doris dent Wilson, and his ally, CongressThat the Tories to U. G, Hand, of New Albany, will attorney, whoso reputation as a Primary August 4, 1917. man Burnett. Kltchin is a prom- Easter recess. l t" t l 't 4 speaker and lawyer extends far to consider the mat take place May 1. boundary of this his nainent member ,of the Junior Order, haveatconsentedproof tho 1917 AUGUST PRIMARY lot? all is that conditions aaBBBBBBL while Burnett is tho father of tho ter Mrs. A. King, of New Albany, tive State, thoy havo been very pet measure, tho Im- in England itself are more danger- has announced the engagement of highly honored, and assuro those Junior Order's treat. A. King, who attend an Intellectual Miss hor migration bill, which was aimed at ous to their class than the world to daughter, Falk, Mary Louisvillo. The members aro requested to inof Carl M. Is aware of. Hunger is not con Catholic Immigration. It will also gentlemen Their marriage will take place Juno vito their lady" and friends to hear this address, which bo romembered that tho Junior Or- ducive to loyalty, and tho English 6. will undoubtedly prove one of tho der members packed the church of are hungry. Make no mistake about CANDIDATE FOR Tlorney enter- best numbers of Trinity's literary Miss Josephine mv& :.jBaaaW recently and ap- that. Irish opposition and criticism bbBsSwbbbW Preacher Stilll programme. with a box party at plauded vociferously his treasonablo of tho Government in Parliament tained Theater Friday evening, to 'mbbbubbbbbbbbf MACKIN COUNCIL. attacks on tho United States and is something that tho Tories havo see "A Scrap of Paper," presepted T Jbbb'bbbbbbbk to be afraid of, particularly by students of the University of President Wilson for daring to talk reason At a well attended meeting at of war. Our declaration of war since it finds ready support 'from a Louisville. Uackin Council Monday evening 'a Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party, growing number of Liberal and and tho stand taken by the highest Miss Lena GUI, daughtor of Mr. class of flfteon young men wore Radical members and from the LaThoy Catholic authorities and Catholic and (Mrs. John Gill, and Andrew obligated into the Y. M. I. young being societies has put an awful crimp in bor party. Besides with tho home Kreamer wero united In marriage gavo tho Impression of great benefit men who will bo of a morning at St. Wednesday tho boys who pose as real defenders rulo question settled England sees thony's church In Jeffersonville, An- to the council In preserving its obCANDIDATE FOR In tho way to open a hard and fast of the flag in time3 of peace. tho presence of a largo gathering ject, which Is tho moral, social, inCITY TREASURER alliance, something of their friends. tellectual and physical Improvement Attorney Fred Subject to Action of Domocratlo Party. Starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, that will bo absolutely necessary to of its members. UPHOLDS DIGNITY. Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. Wo add Primary August i, 1917. Forcht, who was to address the hor future welfare, for England The marriage of Miss Mary absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. council next MonThe United States has a certain recognizes that within ten years she daughter of tho lato Magistrate members of tho Tho samo 'courteous attention fflven tho dcDoaitnr of Sinn n tfc. evening, will be unable to fill 1017 1017 depositor of $10,000. Aaftaat Primary dignity of position to adhere to in will bo fighting for her life against John Velten, and Daniel Miles, both day engagement, :(i ,tiA. 4 irtllal duo to sickness in In Louisville, took place hor posltton as regards tho Euro- Russia and Japan in Asia, or per- well known evening at St. George's his family. But tho. Entertainment his Wednesday pean war. An Idea is often given haps against Germany, which she church, Rev. Father George Weiss Committee, in order not to disappoint tho members, have arranged Under th. Hi Clock voice to that we aro ally to Eng- does not want to tackle Second aad Mark. single performing tho ceremony. to havo a debate between Georgo J. land, that our present attltudo is handed. Again America, owing to State Goveraiueat Sapi-vIiotook place Thornton and William A. Link, A protty wedding ono of defense for England's cause. tho large scale ou which her policy Wednesday morning at St. Peter's which will no doubt draw a largo This "would place tho United States of preparedness is being worked church, when Miss Gertrude Horme3 crowd to hear the argument. Tholr subject will be on ono of tho leadin a very poor light to tho world. out, will after "tho war bo a most became the bride of Lawrence c'IbbbbV There was a largo gathering ing topics of the day. The grievance is our own and we formidable, commercial rival, as she need not and do not ally ourselves will bo tho center of the worjd of of friends to assist at the nuptial CALLED TO REWARD. . congratulations to mass and '.bbTIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW with any other country against Ger- finance, henco it is to England's in- tho worthy offer couple. Saturday morning St. Mary's parmany to further that country's terest to strengthen the friendship ish suffered a very great loss In the, power. If our long standing and whoso present basis is hostility to ST. LEO'S ENTERTAINMENT. death of Henry Gottbrath, Sr ono dignified neutrality has not added a common foe, and since this can Many Louisville people are inter- of its most activo and respected Pleasant Worm Syrup. Kidney and Bladder Blood and Liver to tho respect other nations should not bo dono while a considerable in Gormany he members. nights' entertain- came to this Born whilo a very young Penetrating OU. Vogtlax Tablets. city feel toward our avowed attitude to section of tho American people look ested In tho two too given, St man and for1 nearly half a FOR ether nations at war, then the con- with distrust upon her, It would be ment to of Highland byPark, inLeo's was engaged in business at century Eighth the church, duct of our President, preceding tho tho part of wisdom to allay this school hall tomorrow evening and and Market. Ho wbb a member of Home Phone City 154 SevesUealli aad Bank. crisis, should convince every citizen distrust by keeping her word as Monday, and large attendances are the Jefferson Society, St.. Joseph, OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Catholic performances. The 'DrnhnnB' ancletv. the how carefully ho guided tho ship of embodied in tho homo rulo act with expected at both young people of tho parish will take Knights of America, tho Lieder-kran- z Subject to Action of Democratic Party. state so that no possible reflection tho Irish nation. Society and tho Concordia part and there will 'bo" a comedy eould stain our country's fair pago Ho leaves four drama entitled "Not So Bad After Singing Society. every Alois and in historical facts. Ho made The Milwaukee Citizen contains All" and a farco entitled "Hans sons, Henry, Jr., Frank, two daugheffort to favor all exigences that another vicious assault upon Father Von Smash" given tomorrow even- Raymond Gottbrath, and, FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. of arose with a friendly cloak of ex- York's San Francisco Leader. Bad ing, while tho programme on Mon- ters, Mrs. Theresa Newcomb, Marie day evening will consist of a drama Alexandria. Ind., and' Miss FREE SERVICE. cuses and only declared war when nights for Editor Desmond bring entitled "Tho Spy" and the same Gottbrath. The funeral was hold, all efforts at honorable peace' had out his hatred for all things Irish. farco as on Sunday evening. In ad- Monday morning from Qt Mary'B attended (by many old failed, Likewise his frothlngs against tho ditionbythero will be musical num- church, from all parts of the city. Misses M. Schwlerman and friends bers clergy and church. Admission tickets V. Burnett. RELIGION AND POLITICS. 1101-0- 3 twenty-fiv- e cents, reserved seats fifBAST BROAD WAT. VIOTROLA AWARDED. Cardinal John M. Farley cele- teen cents extra. AM must agree with tho Indiana 3mm&mmmvMmMi seventy-fift- h A H. Weilage, of 1013 Fehr ave.birthday on 'As Ntkt to You u tbe Nee PJkW Catholic that there is nothing in brated hie nue, Is tho successful contestant in. OATnOLIO ORPHAN SOCIETY. Friday of last week. Despite his common between tho purely spirtho VIctrola contest held under the years the is hale and hearty and one Special $3.00 Spray The quarterly meeting of the aueniva of thn Alumnae Associa itual function of the Catholic of. 6ur most active church leaders. Catholic Orphan Society, postponed tion of the S,acred Heart Academy. oimrch and politics world politics Special $5.00 Wreath. May he be long spared to New York from last Sunday, will be held at 3 The contest closed at 12 o'clock at , or national or local politics. Clerics o'clock tomorrow afternoon at St. night on April 18 and the hand-and his people. CANDIDATE FOR Tbe largest values la Fhb-ra- l f every degree know tills and guide Vincent's Orphanage. At this meet- some instrument was awarded at Flowers ever offered hi and business the Y, M. I, Hall, Baxter and Morthemselves in their actions as a Today the feast of St. Paul of ing the new CITY TREASURER LouiivliU. Eckor, M !! ' part of the church; well informed the Cross will be obserbed with pertaining to the welfare of the ton avenue, by Mrs. Vic. AssociaSubject to Action of Democratic, Party. presented for ac- President of the Alumnae laymen know and appreciate this elaborate ceremony at the Sacred orphans will be For prompt delivery call ?23 Primary August . 1917. tion. The announcement was made tion. ' both pbosei. attitude t the church. la the Heart Retreat on the Newburg Monday night at 8 o'clock at ot tiiA virtrola booth, which to COVINGTON. nature of things there can be noth- road. Rev.. Cletua Brady and the Knights of Columbus Hall there gether with othor dotails of the ing in common between the life re- Pas8ion4at fathers extend a cordial will be a general meeting of the contest was In charge of Mis Mar George Llnneman will be Grand society and friends of the orphans, garet C. Hammer, unairwoman ot ligious and the life political the invitation to all to be present; Marshal of the parade of the Covthe purpose of which will be to the Victrola Cemmttlee. The one having to do wKh the realizanf thn contest was to raise ington Federation of Catholic, Sobegin the work for the Fourth of nuumu Mm Hy the paating of Archbishop July celebration ml picnic. Chair- -' funds for a pipe organ for the now cieties, which takes place May 6. tion of the welfare of the soul and chapel at the Ursulino Approximately 1.S00 members will and tfnrallne tourtft M?nue Loukvllf the other" 'having "U do with the Btaik tho New Orleans Monvine Star man Dan Murphy new the Executive convent, and the committee thanks ba in Una and will disband at St. Committee have and orljiral welfare of purely mundane bodies, Sfs. "Flowera telegraphed everywhere." contest Joseph's church, where special serv- Fifth ideas for this year, and hope there all who helped to make the FerhtehMc secUrtaaa, ta every oouu- It we extend our sympathy. ices will be held. a 8UCCOM. be a large attendance. 14-1JI-2- home. May 10 CONFIRMATION SOCIETY. SUITS FOR BOYS Sov-on- th er $4.95 $5.95 $6.45 79c White Shirts and Blouses 60c $1.00 voiM3 DEOKt ANNOUNCEMENT. .re-electi- gh H. S. McNUTT ho-yb- nd 44 - FRANK DACHER 44't' h. - - - -- - - - 't'.t....t..f CHAS. C. WHEELER -- Mac-aule- j Anglo-Americ- 4..,t,.i ONE DOLLAR.... - COUNTY JUDGE ld Vel-te- n, GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Fll-bur- n. OTIfcY - RICHIE'S REIIA3EBIB bbbbbbb.v WM. T. McNALLY SHERIFF VOGT'S I;HAR2MLA.DY ANDREW M. SEA AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO.; GERMAN BANK I I 0r 0r by-la- MMI iilfilitil! pur-nn- aa mm mnamsttnam and Market - will f JHOBariTOKY 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 FB0VXDE2TT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. n was organized by citizen SLICED BACON to make Ready 'or Year Griddle 1b the "AS LOANS Morning" on furniture and other personal property at HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bide:., LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. (Incorporated.) Both Phones, 2886. IRISH A.TSanS'JGl.XAJ& 9M99M994999.99999f99ft9m4 "SOUTHERN STAR" UflfiBSiSH f We Give and Redeem 5urety Coupons. well-know- Refrigerator Sale Goods Marked at Last Year's Prices NOTE Whilo tho cost of all makes of Refrigerators has Increased tremendously, our prices will, for this sale, remain thto samo as before. n In this sale are offored tho "Wisconsin Poorloss" and "Economy" Refrigerators; mado of hardwood throughout; the cabinet handsomely finished and tho case well ilnsulated. They havo a whito enamel lining, stool wire shelves, galvanized steel wiro racks and tho Peerless Refrigerator is fitted with sanitary syphon. well-know- AMERICAN ELEVATORS HAflDB KSTABLISnED.lSOa IN LOUISVILLE ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. BY A Louis A. Broring, X13J3VXISXJ HomB PbMI D. D. S. "2 AMERICAN 2556 430W,MarkitSt "Home Phone IDCNRY Shawneo tot ENGRAVERS GOSS feKLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY meeriNS, euTTExxxo, Mb Roofs Repaired and Fainted ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY Bpourora Mil West Broadway, toaJsrllle, Ky. East Walnut Street Wall Paper and Window Shades 803 ARTISTS. ENORAVERS ELBCTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky MS W. Mala St., Hosts Phone City 6674 RUSSIAN DUMA OR CONGRESS IN SESSION. ds da Picture Frames aad Window Shades Mado to Order. Heme Phone City 2517. Room Sfouldings, YELLOWSTONE The Great American TAYLOR & WILLIAMS INCORPORATED. WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, KY. T. B. YANN DAIRY INCORPORATED 5G8-G1- 0 COMPANY SOUTH WENZEL ST. Both Phones 4202 MIKE Swan Street WIBDER 1011 Auto Repairing Uachino Shop. PRICES REASONABLE Work Guaranteed Home Phono, Highland 1472 Inserts loft eido of picture, supporters of new Government; upper left to right, Gen. Michael V. JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. AlexielT, Grand Duke Nicholas: lower left to right. Gen. A. A. Brusiloff. Prof. Paul Miiiuknrr! ren ter, painting of former Czar. Inserts right sideof picture, former Ministers and Generals of Czar: uooer Headquarters for b OUJ61UO oiuuf, pi. oiurraer, ai. rrowpopou; lower ten to rignt, Prlnco Golttzlno. Gen. CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. A. V. Tropoif. F. , See us about anything in real estate. We sell, buy and rent TWIN CITY LEAGUE. EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. SAM L. Home Phone City 4464. The pretty day last Sunday This year the annual convention g brought a crowd to of tho Catholic Educational AssociaShawnee Park and they were well tion will bo held in Buffalo on Less rewarded toy seeing somo trood base Juno 25, 26, 27 and 28. Catholic ball In tho Twin City League. The educators from all over tho TThltPd Our Work Guaranteed O. K. K. of C. pennant winners beat tho States will bo present, and matters W." O. RUSSELL & SONS Hibornlans by a 7 to 6 score, featof moment in the educational world ured by the playing of Dalton for PRINTERS win receive careful discussion. tho Irish boys and the hitting of 1507 West Market Street Right Rev. Bishop Dougherty, who Hamilton. Manager Wolfe's Ber- Phono City 6659 invited tho Catholic educators to trand club jumped all over Trinity nieot In Buffalo, has taken a perin a Smoketown game, winning by sonal Interest In tho arrangements, THE PHIL. H0LLENBA0H CO. the score of 26 to 16. Tho Champs and the local committee appointed INCORPORATED beat Mackin in a pretty gamo by toy him has looked carefully after an 8 to 5 score, featured by the Distillers Of tho details of preparation. Rev. F. pitching of both Flnnegan and MorW. Howard, LL. D has been in OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASI1 Tho Imperials slugged out a ris. CANDIDATE FOR Buffalo In .conference with tho local "HOLLENBACH" PURE RYE victory over tho Orioles In a committee and to assist In perfectLoolsrUle, Ky. 9 gamo. On all tho diamonds 14 to 528 W. Mala St. great ing plans for tho meeting. Throueh Improvement was shown In the playtho courtesy of tho Oblate Fathers ing, and good weather Is suro to OF JEFFERSON COUNTY of Mary Immaculato, WM. AUGUSTUS. tighten up tho league raco. To- Subject to Action of Democratic Party. tno convention will botho sessions of held at Holy tho schedulo Is Primary August 4, 1917. Angels' Apostolate School, Porter Contractor of Excavating, All morrow vs. Hibernians, as follows: Orioles Trinity vs. avenue. This is a very handsome ConKinds of Champs, Imperials vs. K. of C, and modern school building, with two Mackin vs. Bertrands. crete nnd Wrecking. stand- Louisville The Business College commodious assembly halls. Everying to dato: thing points to a most successful Ave. Homo City 2000 820 E. Cassin Won "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" Lost Pet. convention this year. K. ofC o 2 i.ooo Hibernians 1 t WATCH MEXICO. .500 SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS ) i."" f ROBERTSON record-breakin- We Print It For Ice Capacity; special prico for this salo Sido Door Icing Patterns Ico , Capacity; special price for this sale Ico Capacity; special prico for this sale Front Top 'Door Tchig Pattern Capacity; special prico for this salo Tco Capacity; special prico for this salo. ..'.'.... WISCONSIN PEERLESS REFRIGERATORS Lift Top Icing Pattern Ico Capacity; special prico for this sale .' Ico Capacity; special prico for this salo Ico Capacity; special prico for this salo lOOipounds Ico Capacity; special prico for this ealo Sido Door Icing Pattern Ico Capacity; special prico for this salo Ico Capacity; special prico for this salo ds ds ds ECONOMY BRAND REFRIGERATORS Lift Top Icing Pattern Ice Capacity; special price for this salo $12.08 $10.08 $21.60 $25.00 .$17J10 $0.80 .' da $10.08 .$10.50 $23.00 $27.50 830.00 $35.30 ds SHERIFF Under the Management of fDINNER bff9 eHfreetet I INCOMPLETE v! S4K44M4t444? 9 ed WITHOUT GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. I Funeral I ! f Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. (Formerly with Spencerlan) is still doing that e DONS THE BLUE. work that Spencerlan solicitors havo told you about fc James P. Langan, recently ap- past sixteen years. pointed a member of tho polico Day and Night Classes. force, has donned the blue and been Phones: Collego Ofllco, Olty 7883; assigned to the Second district, going with tho second platoon under Cumb. Main 458. Residence, City 4879; Cumb. West 129. Lieut George Schupp. o 2 Trinity Mackin Orioles Bertrands Champions Imperials 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . I ' 1 .500 .500 .500 .500 .500 .500 F. F. X. L. BEER fPrompt "Delivery Service?" Sure. r. l. Mccarty Mr. McCarty high-grad- SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. M ST. AUGUSTINE'S. Tho devotion of the Forty Hours will commence with high mass to morrow morning at St. Augustine's church, 1308 West Broadway, and will continues Monday and Tuesday, concluding with beatftlful and im pressive ceremonies Tuesday even ing. FONTAINE HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY DIVISION 3. First and third Fridays, Hibernian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, FERRY OPENING. I Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES. 44'IlI'lw"I mvfrtvttvvvvvvvwwwwwwwvvw Climb. Main 299S-- a Home City 209S www HOME PHONE 83 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS Judge Charles A. Wilson, tho neWSergeant-at-Arm- s Pat Begley. managor, announces Sunday, May Sentinel Thomas Nobnf 13, as tho opening dato for Fontaine Ferry Park. This popular pleasure resort will bo more beautiful this DIVISION 4. year than ever beforo. The amuse- Meets second and fourth Mondays, ment and theater attractions will Bcrtrand Hall, Sixth street. surpass other seasons, whilo tho Presldont Thomas Lynch. dally free concerts and devices for Vice President John J. Barry. children and grownups will conFinancial Secretary Thomas J. tinue. Langan, 807 West Oak. Recording Secretary William P. FATHER DUFFY BOOSTS. McDonogh. Treasurer John F. Burke. Ono of the active agents in In Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas ducing volunteering in tho Now York militia is Father Francis P. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Duffy, Chaplain of tho "Fighting Dig-nan. Presldont John M. Riley. VIco President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John Martin. Socrotary Financial John J. Brodorlck. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Carranza Is mobilizing a great army on tho n border "In order to preservo neuNONE PURER NONE BETTER trality." Tho neutrality ho would like to observe with Americans la that practiced by somo early settlers of tho West, who kept tho Indians neutral by killing them off at every opportunity. Tho Catholic church, which has felt tho Iron heel of the CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, human devil of Mexico more than any other sufferer, has warned America time and again through her press against him. It has only been within tho last few months, IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE howover, that tho Test of the country has learned that the Carran-zistnnot the Catholics, aro tho liars. Carranza has given tho American Government no assurance that ho has not accepted tho pact SATISFIES THAT LONGING. which Germany tried to engineer with him and Japan against America. When ho gets the chance he intends to strike. The worst part of America's fighting in the world INCORPORATED war will bo done in tho Western LOUISVILLE. KY, PHONE CITY 859. States. But Carranza will havo to start things. Thank God, says the Denver Register, tho United States A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case m( has too big a ruler to enter any war unless ho has been compelled Mexican-Americas, OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. to do so. THE DANGEROUS FLY. FALL CITY BEER f xtra Pale Lager Peerless Common Home Phone 1913 THB Sixty-ninth- ." I 822 Bast AND EMBALMERS. Madbtx jSMnreet:. Cumberland, Wast Home Phone Shawia.ee 484 HZ It RATTERMAN INCORPORATED. S SCANNELL Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers Ct?& 3101 WEST BROADWAY iMs)ef H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. OlO Telephone 1023. Notice of Removal JOHN tho religious phase of preparedness, and whilo he Is not seeking to "drag young men Into a military life," he foresees early conscription and he wants tho Catholic youths who will go to tho war, either voluntarily or by conscription, ito join regiments which have Catholic chaplains. Thp only two New York regiments hav h ing them are the and tho Twolfth, and Fathor Duffy has Issued an appeal to young men who expect to servo and to their par ents to havo them enlist in ono of these two roglments. In conscrip tion Father Duffy sees a haphazard distribution of tho recruits, without regard to tho religious phase, and he Is fearful that Catholic youths, torn entirely from Catholic surroundings, will drift away from tho church. In his appeal, he calls especially upon young men of college training, or with natural ability to nanuie men, to take a prominent part In the big event ot their youth. Sixty-nint- Fathor Duffy's tivity is naturally applied ito ac- KNOW crlsl3 THEIR DUTY. B.RATTERMAN FRHR ArVJUTVTXBL FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING C.rner Faurlh N. W. FUNERAL DIRECTOR From 1117 West Market St. After May 1 to 2114 WEST MARKET ST. West Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland 1107a. MISSION A SUCCESS. The largely attended and successful mission that has been in progJeffcru ress at St. Mary Magdalen's church for the past two weeks will come Mr year tteyn tut eeeeettea tfeat wiU to a solemn close tomorrow. At all the services the church was rnfut tkem (m life. 5T. XAVIER'S COLLEGE thronged and splendid church music was rendered by a special choir under the direction of Mrs. Fred A HUNDREDS OF CONVERTS. 1U W. Smlvw, teeUriUe, Xf. Harlg. Rev. William dausepohl, Coe4t.eUd r the Xaveriaa Bretbere the pastor, and the muselonarles, Columbus, Bishop Hartley, of SeieatMle OkuaieaX ted Besleeee Fathers Polk and Maddox, are much Ohio, reports that the number ef OaurMB. Preaeratenr Deeertaieat, ItwimmXag Peel, Well SaulBeea CU win gratified over the success of their converts received into the church Ib ' We dioeee last ws S69. eteak Tanas Meeeeefe. Bre. Jhhi, Dr. efforts here. t i There Is no fear that in this American Catholics will be slack In their duty to their country. To imply or suspect for k moment or pusilthat they are disloyal lanimous would bo an act of downright fojly, made doubly absurd by tho record scored by their fellows in tho faith In every war and act of war from the Revolution to tho fateful expedition to Vera Cruz. Catholic soldiers and satlors are as ready to fight and die for the flag as are their Protestant companions In arms. The former need no exhortation to show their love of the United States. They know their duty and will do It bravely. Our hopes will be with them and their companions, our prayers will follow them until flushed with the joy of victory they bring our banner home In honor. America. tgi I I yr germs havo been found In nnd on tho body of a single fly. It Is definitely known that tho fly is tho "carrier" ot tho germs of typhoid fever; It Is widely belloved that it Is also tho "carrier" of other diseases, Including possibly infantile paralysis. Do not wait until tho Insects begin to pester; anticipate YOUR EASTER DUTY. April, May and tho annoyance. to conJuno are the Tho fourth precept of tho church duct an anti-fl- y best months campaign. commands all tho faithful to receive Tho killing now means holy communion during tho Easter thero will bo of ono flyand trillions billions time, and frequently during the less next' summer. Clean up your seas6n of Lent, and again with more own premises; see and Insist that Inslstenco In tho weeks following your neighbors do likewise Espethe great Feast of tho Resurrection cially clean they are reminded of the obligation and every nook and cranny. Flies of making their Easter duty. With will not go whero there is nothing us tho prescribed timo for Its ful to eat, and principal diet is fillment extends from tho first Sun- too filthy to their mention. day of Lent to Trinity Sunday. Tho be The obligation of receiving holy com- slinplo following will fly found a exterminmunion is clearly stated in the ator: but effective words of our Lord to bo found in ono tablespoonful of Mix the sixth chapter of St. John's Gos cream, together ground black pepper ono pel. Council Tho Fourth of and ono of of brown sugar. This mixLateran, held In 1214, determined ture is files. Put tho time in which the divine pre saucor, poisonous to room except in a ono cept might bo satisfied and decreed window darken the set tho saucer, and In that that the least tho Catholics' might To clear the houso of do would bo to receive the body and pyrethrum powder. Thisfiles, burn stupefies blood of our Lord once a year. It the flies, but they must be swept further decided that ho who did not up and burned. comply with this regulation would 1 render himself liable to excommuniFOR WOMAN'S EYE. cation, and forfeit the right to Christian burial, for his neglect or Tho barrel skirt has few followrefusal to obey a commandment of ers. tho church as well as for his disreTho girdle has a very Important gard for the will of our Divine Is tho wish of the church, part In spring clothes. Lord. It Motor coats for this season are by the clearly expressed Holy Father, Popo Pius X,, that Cath- of very lightweight velour. Success of tho outside blouse has olics should approach the altar, not once in the year, but frenuentlv. given impetus to looso waists. 'even dally. As a result ot his let Hems or borders In contrasting ter recommending frequent com- stylo aro very smartly endorsed. munion, with good Catholics it Is Black and white lace has been now no longer a question of Easter revived and accepted for many duty only, but for many ot them garments. the reception ot the Holy Eucharist It Is considered smart to have has become a monthly or a weekly, the parasol match the frock with or even a dally duty, and those to which it is worn. whom tha opportunity is given and The popular success of the hour who avail themselves of it by re- Is the skirt with the kangaroo exliving much more tension at each side. ceiving dally are In accord with the mind ot the Charming little hats are made all church and the Saviour than are of flowers that Is all that shows they who allow long and Irregular is a layer of flower heads. intervals of time to elapse between Shantungs are to be very much their days for holy communion. worn, and can be had in more varieties of weave and coloring than MANY OF TIDStf. formerly. 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Miss years old Parrott was seventy-thre- e News Notes. and made her home with her sister, Eugenia Jacquemin, 2223 Mrs. ' Popular Price Tailors Portland avenue. during April Three initiations .There are fifty divisions of the order In Nova Scotia, Miss Mary Cecilia Roy, eighteen makes a record for Covington. Division 3 will meet on Friday years old, succumbed to tubercuDenver Knights are organizing a evenings again, starting next Friday losis Sunday afternoon at Waverly military company for actual service. evening. Hills Sanitarium, whore sho had ..Sixty more candidates will bo d Easter celebra- been under treatment for somo time. The May 27 at Fond du Lac, Prices exceedingly low and values that can tion of the Los Angeles Hibernians Sho is survived by her parents, Mr Initiated Wis. was a Joyous and .happy event. and Mrs. Edward H. Roy, and two not be duplicated anywhere In the city. An The minstrels given by the counThe Baker Theater at Portland, sisters and a brother. Her funeral early call will be appreciated. Ore., has tendered the Ladles' Aux- was held Tuesday morning from St. cil at Oswego, N. Y., netted over ? 1,4 00. iliary a special evening on May 1. John's church. "The council at Antlgo, Wis., 425 WEST JEFFERSON STREET The degree team of Division 2 of new members at Its Syracuse Is preparing to put on the Funeral services over tho remains added slxty-flv- o Up Stairs Store Home Phono 3238 work for several of the of Mrs. Catherine Carlton, of 124 last initiation. Twenty-thre- e divisions. new members of South Hancock street, widow The Hibernian Rifles of Brockton, John Carlton, were held Saturday Joined Bronx Council, New York Mass., drilled find lully equipped, afternoon at St. Michael's church, City, last week. are being brought up to their full Rev. Martin O'Connor officiating. Price Hill Council, Cincinnati, has strength. Mrs. Carlton was sixty years old presented a beautiful flag to St. Vilco President Tim O'Leary, of and succumbed to pneumonia. Sho Lawrence School. Division 3, has won the hearts of is survived by three children, Mrs. The council at Hastings, Nob., the ball team by his gift of one John Doran, Mrs. Samuel Welnstock has about thirty candidates awaitdozen 'high grade bats. Mrs. Edward Carroll. and ing for initiation next month. Division 3 wtlll hold a daylight Any member who fights 'against t meeting tomorrow afternoon, meetMonday morning tho funeral of ing being called at 1:15, to enablo Mrs. Mary Lee, 215 South Twenty-fift- h the United States forfeits his membership and drops from tho rolls. members to go to ball game. street, was held from St. New Albany Council members will The special library fund of the Trinity church death church. Indiana Hibernians, to found a Charlesdisease was Her shock to from visit Holyand receivo holytomorrow commuher morning a Celtic library at Notre Dame Uni- heart many friends. Mrs. Lee was fifty-on- e nion in a body. versity, is an assured success. years old and the widow of JoSupreme Knight Flaherty will Pat Burke has been called to ac- seph Leo. Surviving her are llvo spend ten days in Wisconsin early INCORPORATED. by President Tom Lynch for daughters, count Mary Lanahan, In May and attend the Stato convenMrs. saying that ho would root for the Mrs. Rose Hill and Misses ElizaNINTH AND KENTUCKY. Bertrands against the A. O. II. team. beth, Helen and Gertrude Lee, all tion at Manitowoc. Ninety candidates received tho Home City 405 Gatub. South 415 Division 3 will show the movie this city. major degrees on Sunday at a joint pictures of the St. Patrick's parade of of Newport at the Norman Her many friends were grieved Initiation In Covington. and Ludlow and celebration Councils Theatre, the date to bo announced FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS to learn of the death of Mrs. Mary Tho Knights had a big day at later. Division 3 of Omaha had twenty Schmuck, beloved wife of Charles Council Bluffs last Sunday, when GOOD MULLOY'S COFFEE applications read at last week's Schmuck and mother of Miss Jo- the first three degrees were conV meeting. This Insures a good sized sephine Schmuck, which occurred ferred, the class numbering forty. M .isssssssssssm family home, 942 Edward Seventy-flv- o Has been tho favorite kind. The quality is class for the Initiation on the first at the candidates will restreet, Tuesday morning. Freo from ceive their degrees tomorrow at tho best and our prices are tho fairest. Try hSP Sunday in May. lbs our New Blend, 2 of a charitable naturo Muncle, Ind. Preparations have The movie pictures of the St. ostentation,disposition, Mrs. Schmuck been mado for 400 visitors at the Patrick's parado and celebration and sweet good Special Anto Delivery Scrvic. ' hero, and her death banquet. were shown at the Crown Theater did much Her funeral ,UnIon Council of Syracuse, tho last night and Thursday night un- causes much regret. morning from largest in the Empire State, now took place Thursday der the auspices of Division 4. occupies its $45,000 home on James Ladles' Auxiliary 1 of Sacra- Holy Trinity church. Both Phone. 1323 212 W. Market St. mento last week dedicated a beaustreet. Instituted in 1896, tho memESTABLISHED 1S85. forty-siJoseph M. Walsh, aged 118 to bership has grown from tiful statue of St. Brlgld. Tho meeting was well attended and a former resident of this city, died nearly 1,500. Rev. Father Ryan delivered the ad- Saturday morning at. San Antonio, Grand Knight Louis Vernia and Texas, where ho had made his homo M. J. Farrell will represent dress. Now for a number of years past. The Albany Council at tho Indiaha Stato fifty-foWith the Initiation of body arrived hero Monday night convention at Kokomo. new members into tho order Ladles' John A. chapel of Coady and Joseph Fougerousso are Auxiliary 2 of Minneapolis became and waB taken to the Sixth and tho alternates. Gran W. Smith's Son, ' the largest in the United States, an Zane. Funeral services were held feols honor of which Minnesota If you want expert service just call us up. Wc have ncer been oal After their annual communion at Tuesday afternoon at St. Mary Mag-- , proud. dyes for ono moment since tho war begun and are thorouglily dalen's, church. Deceased was tho St. Thomas Aquinas church. Now of description. You can equipped to Ohio, Division G of Columbus, of and loaves a York City, the membersbody Aquinas If you need handle all work of everyyou. Auto Delivery. rest assured dyeing wo can satisfy Parcel Post to the turned out in full force and made son of Peter Walshhere. Council marched In a a fine showing when the members number of relatives dining rooms of tho Arthur Murphy Service. made their Easter communion SunJoseph N. Connelly, aged forty, Association for breakfast and heard day morning at St. Dominic's eloquent a well known resident of this city several Knights addresses. church. of La Grande, Ore., The years with tho and for twenty-si- x Division 3 of Dayton, Ohio, last Louisville Tobacco Company, passed were strong In tho parade last Sunweek celebrated tho silver jubilee of peacefuly away Tuesday morning at day when Old Glory was unfurled INCOItPOItATED. the Ancient Order In that city. Rev. his home, 976 East Jefferson street, there. Tomorrow they will have an by high 426 S. Fifth St. Martin Neville, County Chaplain, de- following an Illness of five weeks. exemplification precoded BOTH PHONES 2635. Louisville, Ky. livered a splendid address on pa- Surviving hi mare his wife, Mrs. mass, when Bishop O'Reilly will triotism. Emma Connelly; his mother, Mrs. preside and preach the sermon. ATchblshop Harty has been In- V. Connelly, and one sister, Mrs. Last Sunday a splendid class of vited and is expected to attend the John SInghelser. Tho funeral was forty-si-x was Initiated into the class initiation in Omaha on May G, held Thursday morning from St. mysteries of tho first three degrees Among tho guests inwhen the members of the order John's church, Rev. Father Schuh-man- n at Omaha. Archbishop Harty, will receivo holy communion at St. were vited retoeing celebrant of the Agnes church. Bishop Tihen, Mayor Dahlman and , quiem high mass. President McMenamy, of Crelghton State Secretary Hayes, of the InAmong those whoso death caused University. diana State Board, reports the payment of eleven death claims, total- much sorrow was that of Miss Alice The Bradford Council, one of We're Prepared to Do It Promptly ing $2,200, during tho past quar- Curran. daughter of Mrs. Margaret the most progressive In Pennsylto Curran, 2708 Portland avenuo. Mls3 vania, celebrated tho opening of Its ter, with a balance in tho fund Style. and in First-Clas-s meet nlna more. Curran was for years with tho John palatial club house by conferring Division 3 of Indianapolis held a C. Lewis Company and was held in the third degree on a class of 15,5 tho - number patriotic meeting on Thursday of high esteem for her many virtues candidates. Among last week in Fountain Square Hall, and womanly qualities. Besides her were three of Uncle Sam's Jackies when it was advocated that a regi- mother she leaves three sisters, Mrs. and three recruits for the regular ment, made up of Ancient Order Charles Schwerl, Belle and Nellie army. Curran, and two brothers, Charles members, be formed. MINNEAPOLIS HERE TODAY. Pittsburgh di Curran, of Chicago, and John CurTho thirty-seve- n visions of tho Ladles' Auxiliary had ran, of this city. Tho funeral w3 favorite nnd Sti Tho nlil Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, a monster concert and lecture by held Saturday morning from the fellow Kentuckian,' Joo Cantillon, MaManus on Wednesdav Cecilia's church, which suffers Scumas Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. night in Carnegie Music Hall, held loss of one of its most active and will bo here this afternoon for Cola series of three games with the faithful members. county charity fund. for tho Dance and Wedding Invitations onels, ana a gooaiy numDor or mo The Provincial Board for New The death of Miss Katherino fans are expected to be on hand Brunswick and Nova Scotia have a Specialty. on Tuesday morning, follow- to Josh with Joe and Davy Altlzer, passed resolutions asking for home ing a paralytic stroke suffered the crab of tho league, but a sterHOME PHONE 946. rule for Ireland. They express Saturday, brought sorrow to a largo ling player at that. Following alarm over the recent action of the circle of friends throughout the Minneapolis Mike Kelly's St. Paul British Cabinet and Its bad faith. city, whore she was well known and aggregation will be here for three Division 1 of Niagara Falls made very popular. Miss McCrory's gen- games and then Milwaukee for the a splendid showing when the en- tle manners, together with her same number. The Colonels seem tire membership attended Sacred strict devotion to her friends and to bo rounding into form, and alholy Heart church and received GXSISJ3ZST STR1EE1ET. OlO disappointed that won for her tho adchurch This body was one of mirationduties, respect of all. Sho though all were Indianapolis crew, communion. we lost to the and the first to renew allegiance to our resided with her sister, Mrs. Mary our hated rivals, all bellovo that flag and country. 628 West Breckin- ample revenge will bo gotten later. A. McCarthy, ridge stret, and Is survived by sev- At that many have underestimated PROUD OF TEAM. Hondricks' team, as with eral nieces and nephews. Her fu- the second instead of Cran-da- ll was held Thursday morning At the meeting of Division 4, A. neral tho Cathedral, where she was Yerkes at the club is a sure pennant confrom O. H.. Monday evening In Bertrand tender and many believe that Hall much interest was manifested a constant communicant. Clyroor's Colonels will have them In a report of tho A. O. H. ball and generous to beat for tho pennant instead of A noble hearted team In the Catholic Baseball Sunday Kansas who do not look League, and many of tho members Christian departed ofthis lifeMargaret strong. City, displeasing featuro so of Mrs. One tosMfted that thev had become with tho demise Carroll, Tia TnHtoTinnnllR eames was the widow of ardent rooters tor Manager Mur Carroll, week's illness Johnpneumonia hooting and panning of Johnny of phy's aggregation. President after a ana our Griffiths avenue. Thomas Lynch obligated James J. at her home, 2516loyal and faithful "Ilea" cornaon,third sterling who Backer, faithful little Coetello, Joseph M. Ryan and Ser One pf the most geant Tom Fltzglbbons to member- mombers of St. Cecilia's parish, Mrs. ohm jinvnnft 1rh deserves the loy ship, Sergeant Fltzglbbons having Carroll Tvas active and energetic In alty of the fans for his untiring and xno formerly been a member of Division religious affairs and had a wide ralthiul services to tno xoam does years and stated circle of acquaintances. In the past few years. Ono swallow 1 for twenty-thre- e will be make a that he was glad to get In line with family home her presenceand three not day makespring, neither does one a bad ball player. off the Limerick boys. The application missed, and the son death of Louis B. Dugan was received daughters who mourn her separan over the KILLED IN BATTLE. and it was announced that with, all are of the applications pending an In- tion from a true mother. Mrs. Caritiation would be arranged .soon. roll was born in Ireland but had Ra.i--Richard Bernard Boyle, seventh of Shannon, has been killed in J. McBllIott was reported as lived here many years. Her fustill laid up with rheumatism and neral was held Tuesday morning action. He was a Lieutenant of the m News Thomas Drlseoll as entirely recov- from St. Ceellia's church, which Royal Fusiliers. TuesdayorInnis ueatn London. was (received on ered from bis attack of broaealtte. was thronged with her friends. SLIP YOUR FEET Into a Pair of Emerson Shoes and Know Real Comfort. HIBERNIANS. RECENT DEATHS. MITTS OF fiOLUBIIS. EDW. A. 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