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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 I r i I Ia1 I i 1iii KENTUCKY V IRSI1i AMERICA I r J nmu m n I VOLUME XXVIIINO 5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS flI IMPRESSIVE Ceremonies Will Mark Dedica S tlon ot New Parochial School BIg Day For Catholics and the Residents tqcrl- IIautownC Itight Rev Bishop ODonagluie Will Assist and Preach Sermon t BANQUEF FOR VISITING CLERGY The biggest day In the history of that section of our city known as 3erinantown will be Sunday Fobru 1 ary 11 when the now and magnifi cent parochial school Just erected by the Rev Fathers Thome and Ruff and the peope of St Vincent de Pauls congregation will be solemnly dedicated Right Rev Denis ODon mghue Bishop of Louisville wll Preside at the Impressive services and preach the sermon The presence of nearly every priest in Louisville and many from outside the city will lend great splendor to the occasion for which every arrangement has been made and our German Catholic cit 1zens are Justly proud The programme will begin with solemn vespers coram eplscopo at 330 oclock Rev Engelbert Bach mann will be the celebrant assisted by Rev H J Rothout as deacon and Rev Patrick Monoghan as sub deacon Very Rev James P Cronin V G will bo assistant priest to the Bishop with Revs Henry Wecter chaploins assistant pastor of St Vincent de Pauls will be master of ceremonies Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament will follow the Bishops ser mon when In procession the clergy will proceed to the new building and the blessing take place The cantoroa for this solemn ceremony will be the Rev Dr G W Schuh mann D D and Fathers Patrick Walsh Charles P Raffo Thomas A York and George A Weiss When 1ho ceremonies are concluded a ban guet Trill be tendered the clergy Ins the now1inLldJngje80- 11t fm 4i5 chUdr itlVl ed into eight grades All branches of the common school curriculum are here Includingtypewriting child graduating rom this school Is not only well equipped in religious matters but also In secular as well so that it is easily enabled to battle In commercial pursuits The Ursuline Sisters who have their mother house in this city at Shelby and Chestnut streets have had charge of this school for a number of years In the early days of the par NazarothhadstrictlyGermanThe new school building is one of the most modern buildngs In the city While it was put up with much labor and cost nevertheless all feel that they are well paid for thclr ef forts at present and those yet in store for them A large basement is under the entire building diviled in such a way that it gives sufficient play room for the children in time of Inclement weather Also separate providedtor heatedbydoorsloadingnewest patents All have Prln d panic bolts so that should a panic of any kind ensue the doors spring open upon the slightest touch of the absolutelyfireproof concretethemaplefloorsoundproof The building has ten class rooms and two smaller rooms slzo28x32are provided for Tho halls and corridors arelsoAtowerentireJJttlldlng belongs C topPl1rtlcIato lightedbyIsprovided soth41tt doesnotwords of an enthusiastic visitor I iturelytoGermantown I COUNTYv I A wedding of interest In Nelson I I StCathrlnechurchwhen William Ball led to the altar ContractlnparUes ppularandCeremony1Vhtch RevPtbea CHOSEN AS BISHOP DuMoInj j AuIUaDo V r I appointmenttoanybody out in that part ot the coun try It s ems improbable I havent heard anything about it he said Later ho remembered that he was acquainted with Archbishop Keane of Dubuque who is tho head of the province and whose duty it would be to submit names to Rome for the appointment Father Bowling was born In New York City In 1868 but his home before entering the priesthood was in Newport He has been rector of the Cathedral of Sts Peter and Paul for seven years BOSTON Gives Cardinal OConnell- a Heartfelt Welcome Home I Bringing expressions of Papal affection and love for the American people nonCatholics as well as Catholic His Eminence William Cardinal OConnell returned from Rome Wednesday as the first prince of the church ever resident in Now England Despite severe winter con ditions more than 100000 people lined the streets to welcome him and he was escorted by a procession of many Catholic societies to his home In Back Bay district When tho steamer Canoplc which brought him back pushed her way up to quaran tine at dawn a little delegation headed by Bishop Anderson of Dos ton Mayor Fitzgerald and Edwin V Curtis Collector of the Port boarded the steamer and extended the fIrst greetings It was In reply to the Mayor that the Cardinal made known the feeling of the Pope to ward America To the people In this country tho Cardinal said the Roman Pontiff looks for consolation and for them ho has such a regard that he considers there are many nonCatholics here who are better than some of the Catholics in Eur opeThursday from his golden jubilee throne In the Cathedral the Cardinal witnessed the celebration of the solemn Pontifical mass of thanksgiving at which Bishop John J Nolan of Hartford was the celebrant and BIshon Anderson of Boston delivered the sermo- nDE1IOAT1O Of St Augustines Hall Will Take PlaceI Monday iW1iI tijneoDIShOPP1DOUl U wi UJ dedicate tAu lIuno 1a I 11 Broadway near Thirteenth on Mon day night preceding the concert and minstrel show that will be given for the new church The hall Is now completed and equipped with all modern Improvements with a seating capacity of over 500 and without obstruction of the Xew There will be a concert nnd minstrel show on Monday and Tuesday nights when a very credit able and amusing performance will be given The minstrel company has been selected from members of the colored band and numbers twentyfive people While the music will be new there will be real negro minstrelsy Interspersed with the oldtime mel odies Following the grand first part will be short sketches and turns that would make a hit on any stage The programme is up todate and no one will be disappointed MAGKIN COUNCIL Invites Public to Hear Father Hanleys Lecture At the meeting of Mackln Council last Monday night arrangements were made for a free lecture at the club house on Sunday night February 11 by the Rev Father Benedict Hanley C P to which the members and their friends are invited Father Hanley who is one of the most forceful and eloquent missionaries of the Passlon lst order will speak on Socialism and Catholicism a subject that Is now receiving the attention of the worlds greatest men- Though quite an amount of business was transacted it was mostly routine the most Important relating to the opera to be produced this spring rehearsals for which will soon begin President Adams announced that the big initiation would take place just before Lent when there will bq an other reunion and social meeting of all thQ members CONGRATULATED Announcement has been made ofthe engagement of Miss Genevieve whosomarrIageStAugustinesJeftorsonvllleoti theRevthoceremonysome daughter of Capt John B and MricetStreeten circles popular resident of Louisville Bothyoung people are receiving the con gratulations of their many friends and the wedding will be one of the most Interesting that has taken place In Jeffersonvljle for some time past ASSISTING BISHOP GAHRIGAN wJththeSioux City Commercial Club has agreed to undertake to ralMib IUJQ of f10000 Oft the condition that the coet of the proposed Gwtbpllc college bxlliUtt in that elt111aaU not jell than 60000 a n f 7 i WOMEN Organizing For Homo Rule and Brighter Conditions in Ireland Will Undertake Conversion dt Opponents ol National Movement Bettor Housing and lturnlHnl- lvonineut Part ot Pro gramme I BELFAST WOMAN THE LEADER From Dublin comes news that among the newer associations aiming at the development of a new Ireland with brighter conditions and better administration norm is more active than the United Irishwomen This Is the womens side of the great nation al movement that is animating the nation today The title recalls some what sad memories of the revolution ary days of Emmet Tone nnd Lord Edward Fitzgerald when Irish women did not hesitate to shoulder a pike and march to the hillsides in defense of their fatherland The new movement Is of a tamer character although its organizers make no seI cret of their determination to repeat the actions of their sisters of the Ninetyelght period sJhould Eng lang refuse to remove the grievance for which Ireland clamors The Immediate object of tIne Unit ed Irishwomen Is however to get together a substantial volume of opln Ion that will be representative of the whole of the leading women of Ire land Independent of creed or class with a view In focusing attention on the need for better housing accom modation and the brightening of rural life Although these United Irishwomen have not yet had time to make much stir In the country there are indica tions that the movement wilt become quite as popular as the Ladles Land League which had in its day the guiding Influence of Charles Stewart Parnells sister who died only re cently It Is slgniflcent that like the United Irishmen this new womens movement had its origin in Ulster find has l tdt iIn Its ranks a large 1 Ue he ag means and Influence who havo never before taken any actlvt part In the political life of the country This is regarded as the most encouraging Gesture of the organization because lit Is felt that many of these women will have a farreaching Influence on their masculine neighbors who have hitherto been uncompromisingly hostile to anything In the shape of a home rule Parliament In Dublin The Secretary and chief organizer of the United Irishwomen ts MJSS Edith Crawford a Belfast woman who has been for a number of years actively engaged In improving the social and intelletcual side of young Irish women In the northern capital She Is understood to have enlisted the cooperation of American women like the Duchess of Manchester the Countess of Donoughmore and Lady Barrymore though of course no one expects to see these women carrying a pike or shouldering a blunderbuss should homo rule tail to materialize A branch of the United Irishwomen has been established in Connemara perhaps out of regard for the sym pathetic support of the Duchess of Manchester while other branches are In process of formation throughout the other three provinces Dancing parties are part of the means by which the organizers of the movement hope to convert young men from any inclination to qppose home rule VETERAN l mE IAN Many friends were grieved to hear of the death of John McCrory the lastSaturdaystreet centurymember of the local fire department and had a record that was pointed to with pride Mr McCrory was al dIedfortified Inthet JanoDunndaughtersMIssesLulaMcCroryfuneraltookfromStFatherSehuhmannbute to the memory of the deceased Sympathy Is extended the bereaved widow and daughters ANOTHER DIOCESE Wednesdaythegregation creating a now diocese of Des MoInes with the Rev Austin Dowling rector of the Cathedral of Sts Peter and Paul at Providence R I as Bishop The decision of the Conslstorlal congregation was pro sented to the Pope by Cardinal pe Lai the secretary WILL PUSH WORK Artists are now busy frescoing and repainting the Interior of St Boni1 face church and will push the work In order to h V it flnUfcfd la tim- or th KMter eelebratloB Tile work Will H of aTr1ar tte ud bowiU ful ohMetr the inill b lns of a light raBa color ratli trwiswpt rJ n u n will be painted the four evangelists Matthew Mark Luke and John Around the sanctuary will be clouds of angels and in the rotunda the guardian angels while over the choir paIntIngsL POLIICS- vV W sOzie Good Feature In Repre sentative HoI1nits School BlllC School Board Members Should Be Oh08enFrEneh 11 stnIt Why Was Name or the James Banquet Toastmastcr- Withlicitl F PROMOTERS SHOWED WISDOM In spite of the gnany protests against Representatives John Hol lands socalled rlppsi bill doing away with the local Board of Edu cation there is onVfi qtlon that ap peals to every falrm nded citizen That Is the one which jwould have a board of seven membe s elected from the respective school d strlcts and not as In the present case the five members comprising the oard of Education nIl living in th j Eastern part of the city naturally ttlOt suction beI- ng therefore bound to jtie the beneficiary as the members mo more famil- Iar with its needs arid wants Under tho new suggestion ojt electing one from each school district the member would be o1JlIget and held responsible for the wants of his constituents 1 Someone certainly Dipped over a Joker on Adam repre sentative from and 8PI1I1IthoThird wards 1 Induced to introduce a 1 bill making It a fine of from 5 to lO for anyone giving awaK a streetcar transfer Maybe Adanjsdoesnt know that 40 per cent of the people who secure transfers neverse them on account of the failuroto make con nections in a reasonable time and prefer to walk unlessteyare going quite a distance Ey Jvthe officials q If q Pm l11 trend Mr Sp luisbl11r Sneaking of Jokers ono was certainty slipped over on many of those who attended the Ollle James ban quet at Frankfort wllepat the last minute so to speak announcement was made that Dan E OSullivan would act as toastmaster find this after the Louisville Democrats had already gone to Frankfort Not a line appeared In the locnl papers In regard to this until tho evening of the banquet when the Evening Post whom OSulllvan writes for at times hurriedly ran his picture Were the promoters of the banquet afraid of an appreciable decrease in the attendance if the fact were known that OSullivan was chosen as toastmas ter On top of this the Louisville papers with one exception never made any reference to the banquet next day which certainly must bt very flattering to the speakers and promotersEvery and then the Evening Post comes forward with an outburst of criticism for the Louisville police department comparing its members unfavorably with the Grinstead po lice and Immediately after each out burst the Posts former model officer exCapt Robert J Foster kills the effect of tho article by getting mixed up in some bravf or slugging some Innocent citizen The Post should cage Foster for a day or so two after each article SACRED HEART RETREAT Tomorrow afternoon at 330 oclock at tho Secred Heart Retreat on the Newburg rpad many will wit ness the impressive ceremony of five young men receiving the habit of the Passion1st order The services at which these postulants forsake the world and become followers of the cross are most solemn RECENT DEATHS Mrs Josephine Stey widow of John Stey died Wednesday morning at the residence of her daughter Mrs William Meagher 1423 Wash ington street Her death resulted from cancer Mrs Stey was fifty four years old and was hold in high esteem in Catholic church circles The funeral took place yesterday morning from St Josephs church William OQonnell aged fifty eight a grocer at 1826 High street died of a complication of diseases at St Anthonys Hospital Wednesday following an lljnessvof several weeks Mr OConnell is survived by a widow five sons and one daughter The funeral services will be conducted at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon at St Patricks church Mrs Ellen Bolger beloved wife of William Bolger 036 Speth Coiirt bassed to liar eternal reward last Saturday evening following a deli cate operation at St Josephs In firmary Sirs Bolger watf sixtyfour yeari old arid was widely known and highly esteemed in Catholic circle Bwldefl her iuftbaad she JeveB several crowa children The funeral took pIae Mosday morning from Holf Cro m Ivat X4Y Father Sheridan bela tb Cbrntof tie aotrani requiem HIM J L 0 co IIlic CARDINAL Finds Capitalists and Workers Like Armies Lined For Battle l m players Should Take Path erly Interest in Their Employes- FatlierVaughian Says Personal Relations Treoten to Cease COURSE OF ACTION SUGGESTED Cardinal Parley was one of the convenItlon oftheCompanyIn Belagofficials onlysayreception that later In the evening he hotouchedupontheandlaborIt known that he would soon have to tothoa moment cheering lustily and re guesthadCardinal Farley prefaced his re ProshlentHogeman Itstrentmentteneflclarlos I have had occasion to speak to capitalists from time to time and andlaborfeetbuta subject sympathetic difficulty they stand now today in a largo thislikosympathywith VeryofteflstajdingIkeLWI i for e order to a neanothr That should not be That Is not American That is not civilization There should be a sympathy be Jween them The employer ought to feel that ho is the father of his peo ole and when a severe sickness or death comes into the family of any one of those In his employ he should step Innot in person for he oould not see them all but by his appointed representative and let the company carry Its sympathy into the heart of that family and make them feel that they are not alone In the world and not mere working machines to wring tho last drop of sweat from and the Jast particle of energy out of their body That is my idea of tho proper relation I am happy to feel that thero is one in stitution where for the present that Idea is being carried out as far as possible under the circumstances I am glad to be able to congratulate you gentlemen on your relations with your employer I am glad also to congratulate your President and I am happy to have made his ac quaintance this evening Father Vaughan was the next to speak In being associated with the Cardinal I feel like a twocent popular edition when It is brought into contact with a priceless volume bound In crimson morocco he said We are living In the days when all personal relations are beginning to cease But labor and capital boss and employer find the personal equation illustrated In this room and thank God for that We are liv ing in the day when capitalists want bigger dividends and labor wants bigger wages How are these two to be welded Into one By taking the lesson front you BOTH DO WELT The many friends of Joseph Schroff formerly of Frankfort but now of New Haven Conn will be glad to learn that he has made good In his new field havJng secured there a very lucrative position E J Grouse another well known young resident of Frankfort for the past three years with the Illinois Central In Louisville has been promoted and transferred to the Master Mechanics office at Paducah INVESTED WITH PALLIUM In the Cathedral at Philadelphia on Wednesday in the presence ol Cardinal Gibbons and Cardinal Far ley and eighteen Bishops Archbishop Prendergast of the archdiocese ot Pennsylvania was invested with the pallium The ceremony was of a most elaborate and solemn character The Investure took place after the conclusion of a solemn Pontifical mass The celebrant of the mass was Bishop Fltzmaurlce of Erie and the sermon was delivered by Bishop Canevln of Pittsburgh MICHAEL THORNTON Michael Thornton for nearly sixty ears a highly esteemed resident of yew Albany TTM burled Monday tiornlng from Holy Trinity church If which he was a faithful JBejnber rbwM Ago he supped on the cr penwat MT his homo 1Iql EMt 8 riDltIt o tUdUItau- Ci J Injuries to his spine and head that rendered him unconscious nearly all the time The deceased was born In roland eightyone years ago coming to New 4lbany while a young man For many years he conducted a successful grocery business at FIt teenth and Spring streets His wife died a few months ago and be Is survived by one son and four daughters The children are Michael Thornton of Bloomington Ind Mrs James McManus and Miss Della Thornton of New Albany Mrs Robert Laffey of Louisville and Mrs George Buckman of Lebanon Ky CONVERT LEAGUE Holds Good MeetlneHears Reports and Elects Officer The annual meeting of the local Catholic Convert League was held last Sunday evening nt the Knights of Columbus Hall Despite the in clemency of the weather more than a hudred people attended The Rev Benedict Hanley C P addressed the league on Socialism and Catholicism He emphasized the dangers of this quasipolitical party and showed that Its teachings rather than being of a political nature were subversive of all order religion and government that they wore opposed not only to the teachings of the Catholic church but also to every other type of Chris tianity or Protestant belief and like wise the civil law of the country After the officers made their re ports for the past year the following were duly elected to fill office for this year President Judge Matt ODoh orty Vice Presidents J J Caffrey P H Callahan Thomas A Walsh John Doyle Dr P S Gans Spiritual Directors Rev C P Raffo and Rev Benedict Hanley Treasurer F A GoIter Secretory Dr B J OCon tier As the league Is endeavoring to make arrangements with some Cath olic paper or magazine devoted to the propagation of the faith to servo as the official paper of tho league and to be sent to all the members It is the request of the officers that the members of tIne league who are in ar rears for dues kindly ettlo with the Secretary as soon as possible The league not only hopes to double Its membership this year but also to ex tend Its activities Any recommendations or suggestions for any specific fggneral work that can be accom pliBhei1ti0 league will be welcomed by thollfttf- isIjilsil iiisrtJ1 Y A iJio i iinP rocii School By the A O H ofAshland The Ashland division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians at their last meeting elected the following offi cers for 1912- Presidentt Michael Purtle Sr Vice President John Serey Record- Ing Secretary Bernard McGHnchy Financial Secretary J B Burdlss Sr SergeantatArms Martin Holmes Sentinel John Mulligan Chairman Standing Committee John SheridanAfter the Installation of officers a lunch was rerved by the Literary Committee composed of John How ard and E McCafferty who also rendered a vocal and Instrumental mu sical programme of Irish airs Through the earnest efforts of T M Howard Jr Michael Purtle Sr T Howard Sr and M J Ryan Irish history has been Introduced in tho parochial school and a class of fifteen under the direction of Sister Anas tasia Is making rapid progress In the study TRINITY COUNCIL Is Making Steady Progress and Gaining In Members Trinity Council Y M I has been making steady progress since the first of the year At a largely attended meeting Monday night President John Hennossy annonuced that fifteen can didates were now awaiting initiation If this rate of increase is continued the membership will soon pass the 400 mark The work of preparing for the opera that will be given this spring is far advanced and those who have witnessed the rehearsals predict that the production will be ono of the most finished and artistic ever seen In Louisville Both cast and chorus are taking a lively Interest and are now almost prepared for tho performance The financial reports were gratifying and give evidence of the wisdom displayed In putting young and energetic men at the head of this splendid Cath ohio organization OFFICERS ELECTED The Yofing Ladles Sodality of Holy Trinity church New Albany has ejected the following officers for the ensuing year Miss Anna Mad den President Miss Rena Lee Vice President Miss Mayme Russell Secretary Miss Catherine Cody Treaurer Miss Mary Heckel Li brarlan and Miss Alice Torstegge Assistant Librarian CARDINAL AT FORDHAM Preparations for the reception which fsto be given in Fordham University auditorium on Monday Februury If in honor of Cardinal Farley hay been completed and are pn qUiU aa9xteulvea The Cardinal littamOlt dtiitfuiehed alinninul St lpiini QpHege I lot J l4Lata BUGABOO German Peril Is Forgotten In Fight Against Homo Rule Ulster Now the Political Storm Center of the United Kingdom Renegades Who Are Stirring Up Feeling Against the King I BELFAST NATIONALIST MEETING But a little over a week now re mains until the King will open Parliament with a speech from the throne thoGovernmentsa probably presentare busilyengagedthe Kings Government in Ulster and tellingthothe King should send over English troops to enforce Irish home rule If granted ParliamentandcontitutlontheiCIngKIngwould armsinlastditchthehardetoftheperil and the calamity of Irish homo journalist ten more furious articles against Ger theDallybefore he wasknownname Herr J Elsbacher and no man foams Irishhomo theObserver thoGermancape toldtheworst kind of aIropofe Po R 1 n 15 S agalnsthouo signedbymen of Ulster loyal to the King ho showthemselvesIng citizens by making revolution Ulster Is now the political storm center of the United Kingdom Home rule has been discussed in England UnIonists hasbeenagainstInpeo tohavefightEveryfaiziylargemany cases the Unionist members elections quis of Hamilton for Instance win ning by only 100 votes In London derry One division of Belfast it self Is represented by John Devlin one of the Nationalist leaders Into this district the battle ground of home rule for the present at least the Government and Nationalists soon are to carry their banner end hold a meeting Winston Spencer Churchill First Lord of the Admiralty is to be the spokesman of the Government for home rule and he Is to be accompan Nationalist politiciansmeeting Is February 8 and Unionists prodietingwhere the meeting is held Elaborate police precautions will be taken for the protection of Mr Churchill Should he be Joined by John Red mond in the drive from the residence of Lord Pirre where ho is to be a wltbRedmondsists there is almost contain to be riot lag STATUE OF ST BRICK A statue of St Brlgld patroness of Ireland will be unveiled tomorrow afternoon at St Raymonds church Providence R I on the occasion of the feat of St Brlgld The statue Is the gift of the Ladles Auxiliary A O II It represents St Brigld as the whitehabit 9the1 denotlherholds In miniature the histoic Jdara or church of tho oak Jtop of the pedestal upon whlc grolFaughardid In County Louth GETS HAD FALL While making his rou last Sunday night CQ Konealey slipped and fr7 tw9Ninthto his hip Lieut ealled and summoricj patrol and had the C to his home where ran examination tui injury j Fcii I KENTUCKY 9 U KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGftNAi- rried i l I to the Social and Merri AdvaHcereemeflt ol Irish Aaerlcaia and Cathollci ii Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING OOI corpor ted1 Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered St the LooUvlIU Portofset SecondCla ntter Aadrees all Coelsssicalloss U tile KEN1UCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Greet St LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY FEBRUARY 19121 e TWO VOTES LOST In summing up the WllsonHar veyWatterson controversy to a disinterested outsider It appears that Gov Wilsons strength has dimin- Ished Just two votes Col Harveys and Col Wattersons WISE PROMOTERS The promoters of the Olllo James banquet at Frankfort last week did not announce until the last minute that Dan OSulllvan would act aa toastmaster They certainly had Dan sized sized up as a drawing card with the Democrats especially those from his own ballwlck Louisville WHERE Whore Is that long promised prosperity that was scheduled tto arrival according ttohave a speedy the orators and the literature em ployed during the last Presidential campaign asks the Boston Hibernian We are now on the eve of an other Presidential contest and there will be another liberal array y of promless for the future The prom- Ise Is of little account that falls ito connect with the performance UNMASKED Should there be riot and tyoodshed In Belfast next Thursday It Is Lord Londonderry and the Ulster Orange men who should be held responsible example for JohnWhat a magnificent Bull professed lover of fair play and champion of free speechI What a commentary a shocking com mentaryon the Orangemans claim to be the advocate and defender of civil and religious liberty I What an exposure of the party that Is never tired of posing as the party of law and order In Ireland Fair play free speech civil liberty law and order are all flouted by open menace of riot and disorder mob law and brute force bloodshed and murder nf ilhnriv and of orde lIire id may well rejoice that the Ulster Unionist Council has pulled down the Union Jack and raised atlas Its true colorsthe black Hag of the Pirate and the red flag of anarchy and mob law No wonder English Unionist prints deplore the folly of the Qrange manifesto Nothing could better display the real meaning of Orangelsm Its bitter intolerance negation of all true freedom and above all its fatuity Judge Edward F Dunne former Mayor of Chicago has announced Tils candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Illinois Judge Dunne stands pledged to the enactment of laws governing corrupt practices at election election of Senators by direct vote of the people the enactment Into law of the initiative and referendum and other progressive measures which will restore representative government and assure the people of permanent control of the functions and preroga tives that have been wrested from them by the forces of special prix Ilego through the debauching of corrupt public servants The bill before the Legislature making smoking of cigarettes by minors a misdemeanor should pass but not until the clause providing a fee for Informers has been stricken out That clause would lead to lying and perjury Informers as a class are everywhere despised and they should not be encouraged by- lawl In Kentucky The Perry Centennial Commission has selected Louisville as one of the two cities in which will bo celebrated Commodore Perrys historic achievement Cleveland is the other city that will share In this great dlstlnc tlbn The Louisville jubilation has been set for the first week In October next year- Representative Charles H Knights 1 to equalize the firemen and po vnens pensions Is the proper to settle this mooted problem ould be passed without ques JLUMNAE ELECTION umnae Association of Pre Academy will meet next ar the purpose of holding meeting and electing off ensuing year All mem lested to be tpresent BY CARDINAL Regiment of Nw viewed by Cardinal jr and was fol parade Though kot only the big TUEATII I ror Members of Hibernian Ladles Auxll lary A rousing meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary Is expected next Wednesday night when a surprise and treat Is In store for all who attend the result of the membership contest won by the team headed by Miss Nellie Broderick The contest was a spirited one Mrs Doughertys followers losing by only a small margin An other will be inaugurated after Lent when it Is hoped to bring the mombjer ship to over 200 Miss Mary Cor- coran the President is very enthusi astic and says Louisville will make n most creditable showing at the State convention The auxiliary nextIgive a dance Friday night in the of Trinity Council and as it will 1be the last social affair until after Easter the officers and members cordially Invite their friends to bo present COME TO STAY A very Important acquisition to the commercial circles of Louisville is represented by the Dundee Woolen Mills which formally opened tits doors in the Seelbach Hotel building I Wednesday This concern with general headquarters In Chicago has 105 stores in the leading towns andII cities of the country all turning suits for men and boys at 16nom- ore no less A perfect fit and entire satisfaction is guaranteed everyII wayMr Wlsenberger the local ager Is a practical and thoroughly PleasIantis bound to make itself felt Ho says his company likes Louisville and has come to stay Every garment they put out with the union I label and guarantee of absolute sat isfaction EUCHRE LOTTO SUPPER Arrangements for a inhiflrtTitei festival consisting ofjHttTClire lotto and supper tojbfixgfven by the l dfesII of St Chn4tJ3 Borromeo Twentyejghlh and Chestnut streets- on the afternoon and evening of talry7 and 8 are nearing con pletion The entertainment will bo II given at 2620 West Broadway and the proceeds will be devoted to the church building fund The new church In the course of erection IIs nearing completion and efforts are I being made by the members of the congregation to have it free of debt when finished READING CIRCLE RETREAT II The Sedes Saplentlae Reading Circle of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy invites all the young lady graduates and former pupils of the academy to Join with its members In a spiritual retreat on Wednesday Thursday and Friday of next week I The exercises of the retreat will bo conducted by the Rev Father Bene dict Hanley C P the eloquent and able Passlonlst missionary MANY ARE SICK The extremely cold weather of the past month has caused much sickness among members of the local Among the suffererspolice force were Patrolmen James Hourigan II Mike McDonough W J Sullivan and Sergeant Jerry Quill In the fire William Burke Johntfonartment Quill and William Garritty are on I the sick list At last accounts all I were Improving and expect to soon be able to resume their positions FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours Adoration Is appointed to begin at St Anthonys church Twentythird and Market at the high mass tomorrow morning Father SeraphIn will conduct the services which will be elaborate and Impressive and will continue until Tuesday evening The choir one of the best in the city will render an artistic musical programme under the direction of Prof Kolross QUINN DUFFY Miss Irene Quinn and James Duffy popular In West End Catholic society circles will be united in the holy bonds of marriage at St Cecilias church next Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock the Rev Father Brady performing the ceremony Immediately after their marriage the happy couple will leaver a honeymoon trip to New York and other Eastern cities- COUNCILLORS At the annual meeting of St Marys congregation in New Albany the following gentlemen were elected Parish Councillors for the year Louis C Stein Peter Fetter Frank Zeller Jr Nicholas flitter John Louis and Conrad Broeker Reports Bhow St Marys congregation to he one of the most prosperous In the Indianapolis diocese r RECOVERING Burch J Hagan the well known Smth LoulRVllle phtnnadst who has sn JU of heart trouble for thet Put two weeks is now out of dn er And- on the Toed to complete ecoTery to- greathe relief of his nuWoua friend s hor eeeral days Iwft week lis condition VM regarded it most rlouLn I n- r I REMODELING SALECont- racts have been signed for entire change of the interior decorations in our store Workmen are crowding us now and more to come We must have room so we have added hundreds of SUITS AND OVER COATS from our higher priced lines 11 25 2250 and 20 Values NOW 1450 in All Us 800 700 650 FOR 495 600 5 SO 500 FOR 395 450 AND 400 FOR 295 300 AND 250 FOR 195 SOME GOOD 250 FOR 145 TO PUT A FANCY VEST 1800 1500 and Values NOW Trousers Weaves and Patterns Special Qualities Made For VAJUES VALUES VALUES VALUES VALUES GREAT CHANCE YOUKSELF INTO Values CHOICE 195WORTH WHILE TO GET IN ON A SALE WHEREIII IIIITS EVERYTHINGIIIIII IS FIRST CLASS LOW PRICES FOR wh CUNNING LEWIS BROTZGE III III ONLY EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP IN THE CITY JIII SOCIETY Dr George Leachman has returned from a trip to New York City Mr and Mrs A J Schulten have returned from a weeks visit to Boston i Miss Estelle Kelly of Clifton has been entertaining Miss Lollie Neal of Shelby county Mrs John D Griffin of Frankfort came down last week to visit Louisville relatives IMrs William Malone of Park view spent last week In Rosedale as the guest of Mrs J Russell Mrs Mary Richards of 316 East Main street New Albany Is visiting I her daughter at Orleans Ind Miss Mary Meaney Is In Washing 1 D to spend the winter with her broths Dr William B Meaney I1lrs Mary Hjonnell Is suffering an attack ofgTjP at her homo 417 West Seventh street New AJ bany f i r= IPhil OBrien 1 arid Mrs OBrler via ited In Elizabethtown last week the guests of James Montgomery and familyFloyd Burns and wife and chil dren of Lexington have been spend ing a week here visiting Mrs McCloy In Clifton Louisville people recently In Now York were Fred Forcht Jr T Grady P J iRanIan M P Kelly and W S Mullen Edward Thlckston arrived last week from Indianapolis to visit his aged mother Mrs J E Thickstori In Jeffersonville Miss Lucy Smyser who was the quest of Miss Katherine Malone in the Highlands left Monday for her home in Indiana Mrs T H Sullivan of South Louisville had as her guest for sev rat days her brother J C Goldsmith of Bonnyvllle Capt John Lyons and wife West Main street New Albany had their daughter Mrs A D Lewis of French Lick as their guest tor the past week Miss Sarah Rubql entertained at bridge Tuesday evening at her home In honor of her guest Miss Josephine Farrell of Lexington and Miss Eleanor Ines of Elkhart Ind Mary Maurice Crotty is the full title of a pretty little baby girl who arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs John J Crotty on Greenwood avenue last week The genial father is still setting up the cigars Christopher R Luckert and bride who was Miss Mary Loretta Rehm are expected to return today from their wedding trip spent in the East They will be with Mr and Mrs Joseph Rehm for a few days before going to housekeeping Joe Arnold of Lebanon Junction arrived last week for a visit to Mr and Mrs Disney Ryan in South Louisville He was accompanied by his nephew Master Lawrence Ryan who returned from a two months visit tohls grandparents Mr and Mrs W Arnold Mr and Mrs Pat Daniel of 424 Garden street celebrated the twenty fifth anniversary of their wedding on Wednesday evening It was a sur prise affair planned by their daughters and only a few friends were let Into the secret There was a beautiful spread and lots of music Mr Daniel Is an operator on the Louis llle Times The guests enjoyed the evening and departing wished their of marriedosts many more years UBS Miss Theresa Hollendal of Ohl ago is having a delightful ti1lt here as the guest of Miss Marie Schlemani riday evening Miss Ethel Ryan en ertained In her honor at her home a Western Parkway Those present ere Missest Theresa HbJlendal irllnB Up4aon4Mae Brenimn Marie demon Jeanette Schweitzerl race Williams Fltbei Ryan and rJ 91 0 1 sMssrr y 1250 500 4 00 and 350 NEW ST VINCENT DE PAUL PAROCHIAL SCHOOL Mary Ryan Messrs Bernard Schie man Arthur Golman Stanley Lambert Ray Boone Clifton Schotfffler Richard Wagoner Johi DISchweitzerreaeu grrthlf1 filled St Augustines rectory Louis Constantine and Miss Stella Byrn both of Jeffersonvllle were united Iin marriage Saturday afternoon by the Rev Father John OConnell Thi groom Is well known In Catholi fraternal society circles and Is one of the most popular young men Iin Jofforsonvllle His bride is the attractive daughter of Mrs Susie Byrn of Ohio Falls and was with the Cumberland Telephone Company Following the ceremony the happy couple were tendered a reception at the home of the brides mother where they received the congratulations of many friends and relatives For the present they will reside with Mrs Byrn but later will move into their new home on BroadwayCASINOORPDEUII The Casino and Orpheum the two high class motion picture houses of this section both noted for the character and clearness of their films have cut the admission to five cents for the future although tbe quality and quantity of the pro grammes wIl remain the name as heretofore This move will add to their popularity Their bills for next week Include some thrilling picture and some mirth provoking corned scenes CATHOLIC CHILDRENS PAPER The Catholic Church Extenslo Society publishes an illustrated little paper every month called The Child Apostle It is edited by one of the priests of the society specially for little ones It is only twentyflvi cento a year Send for a sample copy or better still send twentyfive cents in stamps for a years subs rJptlon for your boy or girl Address The Child Apostle 1133 Mc Cormick building Chicago III FOR WOMANS EYE Street gloves are seen with Im pression clasps- Feather bands are smart for even ing hairdressing Shot taffeta trimming is a feature of new spring hats Chic are the black and white combinations In footwear Plain flat rovers will be a predominating feature In spring suits Shadow veilings with silk run de signs have a promise of popularity First hats for spring are either small and close or large and high trimmed Faille is a neon weave that Is expected to be in good demand for millinery trimming Collarettes continue to bo much worn and they appear in many new designs with fancy edgings Tailor made dieeeee are severely plain with the same tailoring and finish that are given to suits Sheer cotton crepe bordered with Rgario and open patterned ratine ef feet I are highly recommended Brooaded 1118 will continue to be high class and fin considerable move ment up to the arrival of warm weather I l no 950 N W Cor Third and Jefferson IIITHE conItlnue INAUGURATED Social Sessions Por Cath ollc Knights Are lU d r 1 The Central Committee of the Cath olic Knights of America on Frlda night of last week Inaugurated the so clal feature plan devised for the dif ferent branches and all members 01 the order The suggestion came Iron Secretary Den Kruse and promise beneficent results President Johi Schalda occupied the chair am Messrs Ben Kruse Will Meehan JOE McGinn Harry Veeneman and Charles Hill were appointed a committee 01 rules and programme their report be Ing accepted without a dlssontlni voice For an hour the interest of thE order and plans for future work word discussed after which a light lunch eon was served It was gratifying tr the delegates to see so many visitor present and hereafter every effort wll be made to have a larger represonta Lion at all these meetings which wll be held with the different branche when called by the Secretary Thi regular business meeting of the Con tral Committee takes place next Friday night Scene From Ten Nights in a Bar- Room at the Avenue Next Week WALNUT THEATER 1 Get in line for Hanlons famous Fantasma which is to be the at tarction hors at the Walnut Theater next week It is coming In a new and revised edition with more wonders than over before and Just bubbling over with the effervescence of good humor There Is a company of more than 100 people Including a chorus of pretty girls Then there are andIreally act and specialties are the very best that could be obtained In Europe DEACONOOOKIES Three eggs one cup of sugar one cup of butter and lard mixed two teaspoonfuls of baking powder sifted with enough flour to make a soft dough Mix well add flavoring to tate roll out cut into rounds and sprinkle with sugar Bake In a hot ores Double tWs reolp If yoi want a large amount of the cokltIc WEEK SALE OF WHITE WASH GOODS AND LINENS HEMSTITCHED PILLOWCASES Size 42x36 soft finish muslin usually sell at 20c White Sale price each lOc HEMMED AND FRINGED CROCHET BEDSPREADS Large doublesize Marseilles patterns values up to 200 White Sale price each 148 iiUTICA with PILLOWCASES threeinch hemmed Size from best quality Utica pillow muslin usually sell at 20c White Sale price each 15c CROCHET BEDSPREADS i Large size and good quality usually sell at 125 White Sale price each 08c t HEMMED UTICA BED SHEETS Size 90x90 Inches made from best grade Utica sheeting regular price 95c White Sale price 78c BLEACHED HEMMED SHEETS Liberal size good heavy quality muslin our 45c grade White Sale price 28- cYAKDWIDE SOFT LOSS DALE FINISH CAMBBIC This 1 good grade cambric usually sells at lOci White Sale price per yard I 7J4c BLEACHED HEMMED SHEETS i Size 81x90 made from heavy J J linen finish muslin good value at o 59c White Sale price 43c EXTRA HEAVV GRADE UNBLEACHED SHEETING Pull 81 0 inches wide this sheeting usually sells at 23c White Sale price per 1 yard 17c IURE LINEN TABLE DAMASK o Fine Irish manufacture 72 Inches wide in all the new designs o usually sells at 100 White Sale price per yard 78c J BANNON Pret Mgr BLEACHED AND CREAM t iHEMMED TURKISH BATH TOW ELS Largo size and heavy quali ties good values at 18c White Sale price each i2ac HEAVY QUALITY BLEACHED TABLE DAMASKSatin finish 72 f- Inches wide our regular 65c grade White Sale price per yard 47c 11Size11 BLEACHED TABLE LINENS These are all extra heavy double satin damask 72 Inches wide values In this lot up to 149 White Sale price per yard 100 IRISH LINEN FINISH WJEITEI qualltYleInedlum FANCY SHEER WIHTE MUSLIN Z In checks plaids and stripes values up to IGc sale price parS yard lOc I IFINE NAINSOOK QUALITY This is ourENGLtSIIIIcial make 10 yards to usually sells at 198 per piece 14O- CHAMOIS FINISH pricei i I 12If150 sale price per piece 112 PURE LINEN CAMBRIC TLE FINISH Full 36 BEEiiwide fine medium quality lar 40c grade sale price per 20c n yardf HERMAN STRAUS h n SONS g t jrouRTH Avenue wcoaPOaato MARKET STPEET NtsNSellNN4NONNNeNtIMN NNeNSNNN1 + M fc e e PBANNONJR- VcePro and Trees E1 YEENEMAN Secretary I INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK For Streets and Roadways Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia AYe Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 373 TELEPHONE 1252 JOHN CAMPBELL Practical Horse ShoerS Toe Cracks Split Hoofs Corns Con tracted Feet and all Ailments of the Feet Properly Shod Rubber Pads Hand Made Shoes Driving Horse Shoes of All Kinds Horses Called For and De livered Home Phone 5283 525 13th St Bet Walnut and Madison ITat The Last Dollar 5S52 1 1 you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a I SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED II twice a year There MAY COME a time when you LAST DOLLAR must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep thatlhard time from ever coming 1J Ky Title Savings BankII and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdaya Untll 7 p m LiIIii 11- DR J TCHAWKfVeterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forte SCIENTIFIC AND PMGTjpL HORSE SHOEING tferas Called fo jset DriirsrsdtOPPICE AID PQROEmMIS SEVBKTHISTiirF Li J lJ eadnet io F c 1fvffJ Jl F d t Ir u 1 t tt STUOKY II SH A ERICAN BE SURE TO CALL FOR MeKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield K II tt + + D1 DOUGHERTY S1 McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Answered Promptly Day or Night it 1231 WEST MARKETi STREET J t t t t f H Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriage Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 I I 1 + 1 + 111 4 4 Home Phone 5687 Dumb Mian 567 HENRY FUCHS FLORIST Store 560 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Greenhouses Charles and Texas Streets All the lateand new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us GINS fl ROQ6FS BOOK 60 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city t Fibs Magazines and Religious Articles or Tzar DBAcRIPTIOf 434 West Jefferson Street j JLBrownfieldGoJ 553 THIRD ST Engineer and Contractor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 7846 ra i HENRY HUNOLD BHAXJIRIN jriis lAd Fancy Gracirlis fI- n A M FUIITCLAISIAPLEJtINOONHECTHJH 14 W1ltdes WtrfIlk M HMM MIL 524 Wi WAUNTiI a T- Xy r jr HOME PHONE 2222 RUBBER TIRES Henry A Grassman Practical Horse Shoe r and Wagon Builder SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO LAME AND INTERFERING HORSES- RORSE3 5AIIH FOR AND DELIVERED T 16121614 WEST MAIN ST THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 Ail calli promptly attended to day or night Carriage tarnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE SIGNS SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty DUMB PRONE SOUTH ODD BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- tleleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both PhJttes 223 Catholic Order of Foresters Greatest Catholic Prateraal Insaraace Order ia the World Members In Ooad Standing l5O OOO th Ileum paid slew organized 18862080 JOIN NOWIWMCALLABHAN state Organizer 27 1 0 W Jeff HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale DealI ersJa Finest Brands of Ken rockY Whtakfes espeelally Pearl of Nelson BQTTLBD IN BAND M tUMlS4 U804IXTM STMUET 1 t d c I IJUrdsee Vow of the Wheeler Santa Pe Oil Field Carter County Ohla- homnJUDICIOUSJ U 0I I SIINVESTMENTSOf- fer S the Only Safe Method of Making Your Savings Work For You The Petroleum Development Company Incorporated of Ardmore Oklahoma presents to the readers of the Kentucky Irish American an opportunity for just such an investment in its Wheeler Oil and Gas Property The holdings of the company are well located The inducements offered are within the bounds of reason and have nothing of the get rich quick about them The terms under which you can invest are liberal The management of the company is conservative and has the unqual ified endorsement of Louisville business men who have investigated the proposition Read What Some of them Say About Its Louisville Ky January 31 1912 Petroleum Development Company Ardmore Oklahoma Gentleman We have each received notice of the acceptance by you of our offer to purchase lots in the Scully Subdivision in the productive Wheeler Sante Fe Oil field of Oklahoma eighteen miles from Ardmore and within less than a mile of Oil City After thorough investigation we were so well pleased with the fairness of the proposition that we are strongly recommending it to our friends In our judgement you are not offringJor sale doutful stock but solid land in a proven oil fiellof immense possibilities as shown by present developments Your plan is open and above board fair and honest back by ample security and by men of high standing and we shall continue to recommend its purchase Very truly yours GEO W BERRY J P JJO rJ W TORPEY WJ t S J McELLIOTT JDR CHAS A ED t J 4W1 WM CALLAGJAAft rf f Jf Joi hh J J ri it o tJ 3AR9Y vVlSMf Messrs Burns and Kirkham the representatives of the company are locatedat No 10 Rossmore Apartments where they will thoroughly explain the entire proposition toyou Either call on them personally or phone them at Home Phone 1426 and they will call on you JAMES T BURNS AND A Le KIRKHAM SALES AGENTS FOR THE PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 10 ROSSMORE APARTMENTS LOUISVILLE KY HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers C51O FI3HR AVENUE Telephoue 1622 GOOD ONES Banquet Stories Related by President of Notre Dame The Rev John Cavanaugh President of the University of Notre Dame told several stories at the Indiana So- cIety banquet during his address on The Indiana Home Speaking of being born reminds me of a good old Hoosier who told mo how ho missed being born In In diana said Father Cavanaugh His mother had a favorite sister who luaid married a man from Illinois and she had been doing time in that State for a good many years This man went on to tell how his mother got lonesome to see her sister and went for a good long visit with her Dur Ing the course of that visit my 1d friend was born And thats how IIt came he said that I wasnt born ia Hoosier I was born In the absence of my mother Continuing Father Cavanaugl said And there is the Engllsl neighbor who unlike the Scotchman does not take his pleasure sadly but does contrive a rare and exquisite melancholy Into his humor Thia story belongs to Tom Daly the best fellow In the world He Is a humor 1st and a poet and he would have reached zeal greatness It he could have lived awhile In Indiana ea picture Is of two Englishmen i cocky little fellow looking up to a bl bruiser who shakes his list In thE little fellows face and says Did you tell Brown that rxwas ad rascal No I thought he knew it r There It no bigotry In Indiana Ho pulpiti thunders against pulps down there no creed screeches male dletkras against a rival ore dont mean that the line betwwj creed sad creed has been wiped awaj o- ii r tIPI MENS 15 18 and 2- 0SUITS ON SPECIALSALE SALEAT liO PURE OOL HAND AILORED GODS iEVYS IJ THIRD AND MARKET ttL II f altogether Doubtless there are many In every sect like Cornelius Hagerty the contractor They were building a now church and the funds had not In as fast as had been expected eI1111comeI the priest thought he would aim matters by appointing sum of elI l j money which he thought proportion ate to each mans wealth and so he taxed Con Hagerty 1000 Con had I begun to feel the religious indiffer t auccesstmulcted a thousand dollars he was I frantic IJ1Ter pty It 11ee- xIelmed Ill tMcJII Presbyterian and go o1itll I John B Ratterman 1117 W MARKET ST Funeral Director and Embalmer Telephone 1180- DRING OUT FACTS Despite the lucidity of the Tillman Watterson correspondence says the New York World the material facts are still hidden In the woodpile NICE GIFT Dr D 0 Reilly of Dayton Ohio last week donated 1000 to St Marys Institute of that city to be used as an oratory endowment fund STILL OFF DUTY CaptIMichael Hogan of the Sev enth police district has been spend MartinsvilleEnd f from an attack of rheumatism from which he has been suffering for sev eral weeks HOPKINS THEATER For next week the Hopkins Theater promisese a bill of exceptional merit each of the six numbers being the best seen this season in vaudeville The souvenir nights continue popular with the ladies large numbers of whom now make this theater their favorite place of amusement APPOINTS PRIEST DELEGATE GOT Tener has appointed the Rev Morgan M Sheedy LL D rector ot St John proCathedral at Altoona as a delegate to represent the Com monwealth of Pennsylvania at theI twelfth annual meeting of the Na tional Civic Federation to be held tIn Washington the first week In March REMOVES GREASE I Slaked lima mixed with threeI times the quantity of sand willreI move grease from a wooden floor NEWEST PLY WEAPON One of the newer weapons foruMI agdla flee MJesourlans Invention IB a frame with a long handle to holdl labsa tI i jIi- i L FRANK FEHR BREWING CO INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers ILOUISVILLE KY our SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellentand Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING I INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KX FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPORATED WTCHERTOWN BREWE- RYCELEBRTEDLSREAM BEER at 1400 tolLlO KU T BOTH PHONES 891 I LOUISVILLE Ifs Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 I THE WIEDEMANNINCORPO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold ut all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flavor GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky WALNUTSTTHEATER Starting Sunday Matinee February 4 1 Better Than Evtr Before anions Fantasma SEASONS BEST OFFERING This production will be found replete with new and startling laugh producing surprises The scenic effects are sim ply wonderfulthe best ever Matinees Tuesday Thursday Satur day Best seats 25c Night Prices 25c 3Sc 50c 7Sc AVENUE THEATER Week Beginning With Matinee Sunday Afternoon The Ever Popular Drama TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR ROOM Will be given the strongest and best presentation ever seen in Louisville POPULAR PRIOES Night Sunday and Holiday Matinees lOc 20c 30c Daily Matinees lOc 15c and 25c HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville ANDIMotion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows daily Sunday contin uous CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBlASfiI ad pifrtbe same mana8mtBt Pr1 prOdtMtfe11Ito CB THOMPSON FLORISTf ONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephone 1050 +e All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of JeffersonvUk Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very rein onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL j Spans ATtaae JeUenonvlll Ia HfNRYAIL JJPPUL DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gent Wearing Appa WORK GUARANTEED i Phone aojs 528 Fifth S CENTRAL FURHITUR Incorporated N W Car Third and 0 We fnrnisb the horn plete on easy pa WM CALLAOIIAN MI Give year boys t1 ed pare tbcr I ST XAVIE tt21lro ri a0ie +n LarvaG Tr 4 q i iiiiF- LJ WI r w lII4lut f IR- f J I K ttxuox IE raxeactr J SWISS CLEANERS ANO DYERSu f NSN IS A WearingApparel ssosoeaeeeaNase NaNeeNNettNsNNNSNDONT ENVY THE WELL DRESSED MAN BE ONE YOURSELF I lilT SIMPLE MATTER 1 CLOTHES MAKE A DIFFERENCE I 1IiInthe way a man looks They make a bigger difference in the way he feels It doesnt cost any more to look and feel right It is only a of good judgment in buying right Ifoji SUITS IIi X15 MADE TO MEASURE SEELBACH HOTEL BUILDING r Itl eesosaNSOSSNNN a1eesNe esHe 1NNLNNNiNeNPesNaNeseieitee NNONONNN9NlNMe NeYN 1 THE BIG STORE Suits for Men 485 Overcoats for Men 750 E Have You Got Yours Dont Delay Any Longer rT THE BIG STOREMIL- TON MARBLESTONE CO 424 West Market Between 5tIIForth and Fifth COa MULLOYS COFFEE Is welcomed iiiio every home where quality and frostiness are required Youll be pleased with his special grade at Sn- i ITRIAL Rt JOHN M MULLOY tioPkoae ijajt Q1Q W MAi2ICIDx aTREEr 8 JASJ NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS NAUGHTON Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS fONi1NNNONIO OOiNOONN11110Mi0NNeiONN FOR GOODNESS SAg E EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the Southii + IAOtINN6N01i0f0i0N0i0ON ONl1iN0 08eX Home Phone 557 M M MULDOON BlacKsmith and Practical Horse Shoer Horses Called Per and Delivered 404 EAST MAIN STREET IT DOESNT PAYar- gue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and latisfied In the END USE DIAMOND tWALL PLASTER MANUFACTURBD BY TUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated ntiKvTLAND LAUNDRY 0 PROPtoLARSa dI8cJPerDozena JV VASa Griti 3to iLwRe AV1DNUED 1 ns4rZ 1wi l II question cUithI I HIBERHANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 7 of Springfield Mass will conduct a fair from February to 17 The fair held by the Hibernians of Plalnflelds N J realized 1000 for the building fund Next week will be A busy one forat the local divisions as all but DivIs- ion 4 will hold meetings The County Board mot too 1 lato this week for this edition but the proceedings will appear in our next IssueFormer National President M thew Cummings has been elected President of his division at I Noponet Division 3 and Auxiliary 2 held Joint installation at Montgomery Minn and despite the cold weather the hall was packed tl1efirstbB sntp up to 3000 in that city w the Initiation of a class of 128 The Ladles Auxiliary of Portland Ore attended mass at St Mary Cathedral on Thursday morning I honoiuof their patron St Brlflgld sIonsyquired real estate and will in the near future own their own halls Twelve hundred Hibernians assem a bled in Fitchburg Mass to witness the district initiation when 200 new members were received into tho or derVermont makingthemselvesi one week one at Poultney and the other at Rutland Increased the membership 204 The Boston Hibernian notes that In nearly overy instance the Presii dents of tho divisions in the Middle and Western States Isa prominent professional or business man In the community in which the division Iis locatedHave you secured a candidate for tho coming initiation This can beI done by every member with but little effort and thus the order would be J greatly Get bus among your neighbors and you wi be elated with the results Indianapolis Hibernians their pro test being futile passed resolutions requesting that members and tho public ignore the obnoxious pla and the theater where it was har bored and thus gave Lady Gregory and tho Irish Players their great est dlsappolntinAntr NOTRE DA1UEI t Body of Father Badin SUE1 Reposes Under Its 9ShadowI The Kentucky Irish American ha I Just received from Rev John Cav anaugh C S C President of Notro Dame University the following let ter which makes final disposition of a subject that aroused much interest and conjecture In Catholic circles 1In Kentucky and Indians t It has been very generally stated In the Catholic press and in certain- secular newspapers that the body o Father Stephen Theodore Badin has been transferred from the University of Notro Dame to Cincinnati Ohio At first I was disposed to pay no attention to this erroneous report but the number of letters addressed to me on the subject shows boa deep and how widespread is ho Interest In It It also shows by the way tho R1IcltyFather Badin reposes under the blDameJDadlnlnprocuredfromGovernmentthestands Some months ago letters =from Bishop ODonahue of WhNlbelag ladl the chaplain sad the thInj FWher Badln to be Ineloted Inc a hintInont61tehey1 tan staffltentuekT j- U Y c 1j I DEDICATION I IANUMINSTREL SHO FOR BENEFIT OF ST AUGUSTINES 12Atj St Augustines Hall 1308 W BroadwaI and Tuesday Feb 5 and I Admission 25c Performance begins I 8 oclock SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O Hat DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday- a PresidentMartin J Cusick Vice President Charles J Flaa gan Recording 1ryAntbony J Tompkins Financial SecretaryJoseph Fag roll Financial SecretaryJos E Farrell 1808 West Markets TreasurerThomas P Lawler inSergeantatArmsLouis Roller Sentinel Henry McDermott I r DIVISIONS beets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wa nut streets- Pres1dentCon J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Treasurer James Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J OKeefe Financial SecretaryJohn J Kcaney 1607 Durnosnll Sergeant atArmeJ Char Obst Sentinel Edward Brennan DIVISION 3 Meeic First and Third MondaysI IlnetdeSlh and Portland President Hugh HourIgan Vice PresldentJM Maloney Recording SecretarYThos Stevens Financial SecretaryJohn G Hession 1710 Baird 11TreasurerD J Dougherty James StevensI SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Mondayy i PresidentJohn H Hennessy LynchRecordingry Financial Secretary Thomac J Langan 807 West Oak TreasurerHarry J Brady SergeantatArms John Colemant Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall LawrencesFordPresidentJohn G Cole Vice PresidentS E Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc tGrod FinanclalSjlcretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerB A Coll SergeantatArms = Michael Gar rlty 0irftwY 3VT I 1 MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Frank G Adams First Vice daeafdentA C LInk Second Vice President WilliamI Financial Secretary Wm Link Recording Secrotary Robert Os all GiaorgeJi by toQxutsTreasurerdtobertT Burke p- Marshaljohn Sbeebtm Inside Sentinel Peter Midriot Outside entinolJoseph iHlgglns I istheI tive e body of Father BB Tin ties been thatremoved from Notre Dame vii be AAVFULLr OnOWDHD iiOlrId tJslapd to the IaOttt1I The popuKtW place inteiwoild n f c KNIGHTS OF OLU1BI US A Late News That Will Interest VMembers Here and Else where IIThere are eight Fourth Degree assemblies In Indiana fiWith the Initiation on March 2 the council at Portland Ore will have over GOO members Preparations are being made for atCedarIDurJng Lent the entertainments willbeand lectures Dr J Vincent Falls a former member of Louisville Council has been named Lecturer for the Knights at Little Rock Ark Sixty candidates will be admitted- e Into the order at a joint Initiation to be held by the Covington and New port cqunclls on February 11 rDurIng the past year there were eight Impressive exemplifications at Schenectady N Y and the mem bership Increased from 300 to 700 Before leaving JefferBonvlllo for St Marys of the Woods the Rev Maurice OConnor was presented a tJlltEEUi U1iDhf1hft KnJgltJulicity The new home being erected In at a cost of 45000 will include an auditorium with a seating capacity of 2500 the largest in the city The Supreme Council will not meet this year at Cambridge Springs When the Supreme Board meets at Washington in April another place will be selected esThe Knights of substantialii project the erection of a six or seven story building this summer They now own a fine site at Park and Taylor streets Milwaukee Knights have organ- Ized a reading circle for members and Catholic ladles The main study will be United States history with special reference to Catholic ac tivlties Knighthood flourishes In Little Rock The second and third degrees will be conferred on many candi dates on February 18 and on the day following there wlll bean ex emplification of the fourth OIL AND GAS t v Interest Taken Here In New fields In OMa= jjj homa Coy Lee Cruce of Oklahoma an exKentuckian in a letter recommending the Petroleum Develop ment Company of Ardmore Okla and The Scully SubDivision the land they are selling in Louisville saysThe officers stand well as honest upright business men in the community in which they live that there lies been considerable develop mont in oil and gas lines In the Wheeler Sante Fe fleldThe Santo Fe Railway Company has done most the development has expended ap- roximately a half million dollars in field still other companies have recently entered the field and are = doing development work The gas has been piped tQ the city of Ard more fifteen or twenty miles distant As to the quantity of oil produced by the wells the same is purely speculative as the Sante Fe Railway Company keeps Its own counsel and gives no Information to the public From the fact that it continues to spend thousands ol dollars In the field and Is obtaining of the lands it possibly can either purchase or lease one Is driven the opinion that the field Is a rofitable one The land of The Petroleum Development Company Is very close to the developed oil lland might add that there have been very very few wells drilled In that e section that have not proven produc As to the future of the field am quite thoroughly convinced it will be developed into a great field and I believe that there will many thousands of dollars yet taken from tliefteldli The attention of our Naders W requested to the adr rU ment of Petroleum Con pany Appearing in thin jasper J U Save Both Phones 2207 617 S Fourth Ave II strengthened Monday Schenectady DineIOpiut OVERCOATS X15UNION JlI i THE BEST THE LATEST FOR THE LEAST We are showing this season in Ladies Duchess Boots the snappiest styles in all the finest Leathers and Cloths in Button or Lace High and Low Tops At the same popular prices that appeal to all Special attention given to fitting children New Home for the Celebrated EMERSON Shoes for Men For Louisville New Albany and Jeffersonville VOLZ Be MICHAEL336 WEST MARKET STREET u 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