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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN.
PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATURDAV. ve4 te tss Seclal aes" Marat MraacMMmcat ! Iris Aaterksee an 4 CarMlM Otnclallf Indoreed by Aacteat Otit ot Hlbralans, Yeoag Mea'l Iaetirate aad Catholic KalgbU ol Anrlci. SUBSCRIPTION PRICB, ONB DOLLAR Batana t lTHt PfWI agrees aM Csaa.aaUat.eae ta tfce KlKTUCtT LOUISVILLE. KY IN NAME ONLY. Speaking ot Billy Sunday, the evangelist, whom tha local ministers re engaging to conduct a revival, the nearest thing to aalvatlon In his makeup ia hia name. HOPE FOR PEACE. The dove of peace atlll hovera over the Mexican aituatlon, which glvea hope for peace. The Catholic Bun oplnea that thla will give the Ouardiana of Liberty opportunity to proceed wltb their propaganda.- In peace theae tin patriota are moat brave in their mlnde. In war they are not to be Been or heard. STATE IXSE9. Kentucky mourna the death of Col. John C. C. Mayo, which occurred" In New York City after a hard atruggle. Col. Mayo waa a quiet benefactor who did much good with out publicity. Hia death leavea a vacancy that will not be aoon filled. Living a clean and exemplary life, many will pray that for him there will be eternal rest and happiness. THEY RING TRCE. Bishop Van de Ven, In bia address before the Louisiana Catholic Federa tion, delivered an addresa that rang true, and from which la extracted the following: Besides being good and true Catholics, which la essential, It ia also necessary that you be intelligent Catholics; else your faith would be like a useless weapon in your bands. You muBt know your religion; you must be familiar with Catholic thought and activity; you must be fully acquainted with the Catholic viewpoint of the chief questions of the day, and In order' to be that kind of Intelligent Catholics it la necessary that you be patrons and constant readers of Catholic literature. And here I am perhaps touching the weakest spot in American Catholicity. We have too few Catholica who are "mentally equipped 10 represent ana to defend their faith before the world. An ignorant Catholic la at any time, but especially in thia en lightened age, a poor champion of the truth, and a worthless repre sentative of his church, and there is no doubt, as Plus X. baa said, that the church suffers much more at the present day from the ignorance, the apathy and tbe supine indiffer ence of aome of her own members than from the open hostility of her enemies. Hence we have so often Insisted on the necessity of patroniz tng the Catholic press, and of having good, aound Catholic reading matter In the home, and I say frankly here today that as long aa Catholica con fine their reading to secular publica tions, and have no time or taste for Catholic papera and periodicals, have little hope for them or for the cause they represent. Let subscrip tion to at least one Catholic period! cal be a condition for membership In .our Catholic aocietiea. What ia tha use of having a masa of dull material, and what can be expected of Catholics who are wholly unae qualnted and out ot touch with Catholio interests? The needless insult given the American hotel proprietora recently, when they Journeyed to London aa delegates to an international conven tdon, has atlrred the ire of our neighbor, tha Timea, who now ad' vises Amettean tourists to hun certain London hotels. Better advice would be to give London and Eng land a wide berth and go only where they will not be victims of anebbery. Charles W, Poet, the. wealthy Battle Creek cereal food manufac turer, who for years has attracted wide attention because of bla bitter hostility and attacka against labor onions, shot himself to death with a rifle last Saturday at Santa Barbara, Cat Rising from poverty to afflu ence, hia career waa such that rlchea brought neither health nor happiness. Hon. Ben Johnson has announced hia candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Congresa from tbe Fourth Kentucky district. His splen did record in the House of Repre sentatives should insure hia election without opposition. Tbe outlook throughout the entire country ia for a record-breaking crop year. Reports are that Kentucky will have an abundance of every thing, which means good timea for producera and consumer. Tbe Menace ia preparing tor a t-nd getaway by asking their dupe IINTINQ COlntad, . MHe PER YEAR 8INOLB COPY a -CU fUWW. IMSII HHCHKAH, Waal Owes H. SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1914 followers to pay subscriptions five yeara in advance. Warning to Joy riding automo blllsta "Don't atop to bet on games of chance or you will be aent to Jail." The American Cardinala have ar rived in Europe safely, Cardinal Farley being the first to reach Rome. SENT VP OUR FLAG. Ensign Edward Orrick McDonnell, brother ot the Rev. Eugene De L. McDonnell, S. J., pastor ot St. Aloyslus' church and President of Gonsaga College, Washington, D. C, pulled the string that aent Old Glory aloft to replace the last Mexican flag flying over Vera Crua port. Ensign McDonnell, of tbe United Statea navy, waa born on November 13, 1891, and waa appointed a ml shlpman from Maryland on Septem ber 12, 1908. He graduated from the Naval Academy on June 8, 1912, and waa commissioned an Ensign, and ia now on the battleship Florida, tbe flagship of the Atlantic fleet. ENTIRELY NEW MINSTRELS. The St. Charles Musical Assembly of the West End will give a classic minstrel show next Monday and Tuesday night in St. Charles Hall, Twenty-seventh and Chestnut streets when six end men and a number of special stunts will keep the audience In an uproar. "Something entirely new" ia promised, and in order to spring a aurprlse on the audience the programme ia being kept quiet The proceeds will be devoted to the church fund. FRANK BURKE HURT. While attempting to board an owl car at Sixth and Market street last Monday morning Frank P. (Jimmy) Burke, of the Herald typographical force, was thrown heavily to the plat form, breaking several bonea in his right hand, and hia physician states that he will be unable to work for some time. MISS MITCHELL'S EXHIBITION. The annual exhibition of' Miss Blanche Mitchell's dancing class will take place next Wednesday evening at Macauley'a Theater, and many new and novel features will be " in troduced by the youngsters taking part. Reserved aeata for entertain ment are now on sale at the Monte- negro-Rlehm Music Company, and will be on sale at the theater on the day of the performance. DELMONT EXCURSION. The Delmont Club still retalna its popularity with the amusement public, aa was shown by the large attendance at their; excursion Thurs day evening on the Island Queen, although the weather waa a little cool. The aecond and last of their aeriea will take place next Thursday t-vening and a special dancing pro gramme is being amnged, which is aure to bring out a host ot this popular organization's friends and followers. RECENT DEATHS. Tbe funeral of Fred W. -Looser, aged twenty-eeven, waa held Monday morning from St. Martina church, Deceaaed waa a well known painter, who died at the home of hia mother, Mra. Augusta Loeser, 647 Garden atreet. Several brothera and aistera survive him. The sympathy ot many friends is tendered Mr. and Mra. Charlea Pfeffer, 1604 Bardstown road, who last Sunday laid to rest in St. Louis cemetery their year-old daughter Mary Louise. While at the breakfast table at her borne the child fell from her chair to the floor, and on Friday night ahe died of concussion of the brain. Mra. Mary Bergamlnl ,' aged sev enty and tor many yeara a resident ot thla city, died Monday night at the residence of her aon-ln-law, John Topp, 113 North Fourth atreet, aenility causing her death. Her funeral was held Thursday morning from St. Michael's church, Rev. Martin O'Connor being celebrant of the requiem maaa. Misa Winnie Garvey, thirty-two years old, daughter of the lata James and Mary Garvey, waa called to her heavenly reward Monday afternoon at ber residence, 2116 St. Xavier atreet. For aome time ber health had been failing, but she bore ber sufferings with patience and forti tude. Her funeral took place Wednesday morning from St. Cecilia'a church, the remains being laid to rest with those of her par ents in St.. John's cemetery. Though ill tor a long time an nouncement of the death ot Edward W. Spelman on Tuesday came aa a Dainful shock to bis many friends and relatives. Mr. Spelman Buffered from tuberculosis, and several weeks ago waa removed to the Waverly Hills Sanatorium, where he passed from hia earthly Buffering. He was for many yeara a shipping clerk and waa a well known figure in the Main street tobacco district. Surviving him are a brother, James Spelman, book-keeper for H. J. O'Brien ft Co., and one skater. Miss Winnie Spelman. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at St. Patrick's church. where for years the deceased had been S devout communicant. 1 SOCIETY. ayMajra-iraTa-iacajta hh kjooodq Miss Dolly Sullivan, of Clifton, left Saturday to visit In Atlanta. Mrs. Joe Lammera baa been enter taining her mother, Mrs. Frank Harts, of Tell City. Mra TTolsn Xfnttlnfflv has been vis iting her sister, Mrs. Martin Green well, in New Haven. Mrs. C. C. Triplett, of Oakdale, left last week to visit her sister, Mrs. B. Dalton, at Bardstown. John F. Greely, of West St. Cath erine street, is recovering rapidly from bla recent operation. Miss Olive Talbott, who was the guest ot Mlsa Edith Newman, has returned to her home at Bardstown. Sister Mary Lewis, who haa been visiting her sister, Mrs. S. Banks, In Jeffersonvllle, has returned to Nas areth. A. J. Raleigh, of Cincinnati, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oster- man, of West Broadway, thla past week. John F. Oetken left Monday morn ing for a two montha business trip to Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and Florida. Mrs. Tom Sweeney, of West Louis ville, was last week the guest of Mrs. John J. Mooney, 8006 South Fourth street. Mrs. Patrick J. Welsh, who has been suffering from nervous trouble, Is improving slowly at ber home, 1745 Boiling avenue. Miss Bertha Mahoney spent last week as a member of a house party entertained at the home of Miss Mary Corn in Beechmont. Among the Frankfort visitors here last Saturday were Bernard Brislan, Richard Tobin and Misses Blanche, Mamie and Lucille Tobin. Mrs. Thomas Ryan, of West Broadway, left Thursday to spend week with her daughter, Mrs, Lillian Bterbaum, at Middlesboro. Mrs. Annie Cain announces the en easement of her daughter, Miss Clarissa Cain, to George D. Clifford, Tbe wedding will take place in June Mrs. James Watlien and daughter, Miss Otllle W.i.ien, left this week to visit Mrs. Wathen's daughter, Mrs, Andrew Corcoran, In Ontario, Can ada. Miss Katherine Malone, who has been visiting in Memphis, returned home Saturday. Mrs. John Malone returned at the same time from Hot Springs. Dr. Daniel J. Healy and Mrs. Healy, of Lexington, arrived last week to visit Mrs. Healy's mother, Mrs. A. D. Bergman, of Auburn Heights. Miss Jessie Brady, of Irvington, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McCny, will spend some time In Memphis before returning to her home at Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bosler announce the engagement of their sister, Miss Mabel Colvln, to Michael C. Fink, of Rochester, Pa. The wedding will take place in June. Mrs. Belle Farrell has returned to her home in New Albany, after a visit of several montha with her daughter, Mra. Charles Zachart, Edgeland avenue. Mra. Mary Purcell announces the engagement of her daughter, Mar guerite Adele, to Arthur William Prior, of Denver, Col. The wedding will be solemnized next month. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schweitzer an nounce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Mary - Catherine Schweitzer, to Alvln H. Nuss. The wedding will take place June 2. Miss Angela Sweeney gave a de lightful recital at her home in Jef fersonvllle for the benefit of tbe school fund of St. Augustine's church. She waa assisted by Mar garet Daugherty, of this city. Miss Frances McGee, after an en joyable visit In New Albany as the guest of Misses Mary and Elizabeth Caye, 228 Vlncennes street, has re turned to Rochester, Minn., to re sume her work in St. Mary'a Hos pital. John H. Thlenun announcea the engagement of bla daughter, Miss Nellie Thleman, to Dr. Robert Em met Sullivan. The wedding will be solemnized at Sacred Heart church, Seventeenth and Broadway, next Wednesday. Mlsa Mary Ball man, of thla city. and Robert J. Beckman, of Ferdinand, Ind., were united In mar riage Tuesday morning at St. Pat rick's church, a large namber of their frienda being present to witness the ceremony. . Tbe marriage of Mlsa Rose Alice McClcud to Francla J. Ambach waa solemnised at the Cathedral o the Assumption on May 13 at C a. m., tbe Rev. Father P. M. J. Rock offi ciating. Miss Edna McCloud waa her aister'a maid of honor, and Frank J. Barton was groomsman. After tbe ceremony a wedding break fast was served at the home ot the bride for the immediate family. Later in the day Mr. and Mrs. Ambach left for an extended trip through tbe East. ItETl'RNS FKOM FLORIDA. Ex-County Judge Charles A. Wil son, who left Louisville a little over a year ago for St. Petersburg, Fla., where he engaged in the newspaper business, has returned and will make this city bis future home Hia legion ot friends are glad to meet him again. While his future course has not yet been decided, it ia most likely that he will again engage in tbe practice f law. FURNITURE For the Bed Room, Dining Room and Living Room. Large selection, good quality and reasonable prices. WM. F. MAYER, - Market, Bet. Fourth and Fifth. INCORPORATED VVIIOLKHALK AND HBTAIL. PHONE SOUTH Mw. CITY 1866. Kohn, Bingham, ATTORNEYS 8c Commercial Building, Southeast LOUISVILLE, FRANK A. OHLMANN jj GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES You Can Make a Square cimk. pimm Mm i87 1 iop. ptm city BOTH PHONES2427. HOME PHONE 677I-L S. L. HYMSON Wines and Liquor for Family Use. I Cor. Eighth and Oak Sts., Louisville, Ky. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where. There are good prospects for a council at Hot Springs, Ark. Before another year passes the order will be about 400,000 strong. Tomorrow at Indianapolis a class of fifty will receive the major de gree. The order la increasing in Nebraska, having been instituted at Albion. Twenty-five' candidates received the three degrees on May 2 at Sterling, Cal. Over 100 will receive the fourth degree at the exemplification at Columbus, Ohio. Seven councils In Kansas will have third degree Initiations within the next thirty days. Indianapolis Knlghta are planning big doings for the fourth degree Initiation on May 81. About a hundred received the three degreea at a joint initiation laat Sunday at Marlon, Ind. What promises to become one of the best councils in Kansaa will be instituted at Hanover on May 24. Between aixty and aeventy mem bers were received into ot. Edward a Council last month at Morrla, Minn. Fourth degree exemplifications will take place at Indianapolis. Ind., and Columbua, Ohio, on Sunday, May 31. There la great activity in Indiana. Sixty-three took the three degrees at South Bend and thirty-two at Logansport. Being the first city to organlta a new council after the last annual State convention. Jonesboro won thia year'a Arkanaaa State Council meeting. EUCHRE AND LOTTO. For the benefit of the Sacred Heart Retreat there will be a euchre and lotto party at Trinity Council Hall, Baxter and Morton avenue, on Monday afternoon and evening, given by Mrs. J. Berry. Many val uable and handsome prlsee will be awarded, and everything will be done to make the affair pleaaant and enjoyable. APPRECIATED. An appreciative audience filled the Knlghta of Columbua hall last night, when Attorney Thomas Walsh read a carefully prepared, and Interesting paper on "King Lear" for the Knlghta of Columbua Literary Club. James J. Elder also read an original poem. Members of the Lou Is villa Lit erary Club were present as invited guests. NEW ALBA NT. District Deputy John A. Cody, Joseph Brum and John Lam man were la Terre (Haute this week, rep resenting New Albany Council at the Indiana State convention of the Knights of Columbus. Sloss & Spindle COUNSELORS Corner Fourth and Main Streets KENTUCKY. . Meal o Our Round Steak S252 goo Franklin Street AWNINQSandTENTS A large stock of tents on hand, for sale or rent. We do more and better work than any one here. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Kentucky Tent and Awning Co. 120 N. THIRD ST. RIVERVIEW Lmitvllli'i Gnat AraMimiiit Park OPENS SUNDAY, MAY 17 AFTERNOON ADMISSION EREE Free Open Air Musicals Guzzardi s Orchestra High Class Vaudeville Singers Mr. Diefenbacb ia again in charge of toe "spotless Kitcnen. Night admission five cents; children accompanied by parents free. FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL OPENS TOMORROW Xtragood Vaudeville AND Free Concerts by Natiello's Band The Big Sanitary Swimming Pool opena May 30. SIMPLY CHARMING AND 80 VERT CHEAP icn MILES for icn lUU SO CENTS IwU Oa tha Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaVea tha Wharfboat, foot ot Third street, very Sunday at a. m., goes about seventy-five miles up the beautiful Ohio, where ahe meets the return boat, arriving home about 7 p. m. ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c Quick Heal Gas Ranges Are Ezeelleatt Moat ExoelUat! Specially adapted for the economical use of natural gas. GEHEIt Q SON 215 W. Esrtrt, Ketr Scccsi Delmont Club Excursions THURSDAY, MAY 21 On the Beautiful Steamer Island Queen Boat Leaves Foot of Fourth St. TICKETS SO CENTS. CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR HOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses In Louisvile, Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. Presenting only the stand ard productions, historic, dramatic and comic. For Your Furniture Wants! I WANT YOUR TRADE. 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