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I i 4 SUITS I MACETO SEELVACH HOTEL I j VOLUME XXVIIINO 7 LOUISVILLE tfEBRUARY 17 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS PARLIAMENT Opens and Passage ot nome Rule Bill Appears Inevitable The End Vo4 the Long Fight Is Undoubtedly In- Sight t Powers ot the Irish Parliament Are Not Yet Decided WILL COMPRISE TP CHAMBERS I I The second Parliament of King Oeorge which was prorogued on December 16 last reassembledl Wednesday The opening of the proceedings was marked with littleI ceremony owing to the court mourn ing for the Duke of Fife The session it promises to have a notable place In British history Already It is popularly spoken of as tho homo rule session from the fact that unless all things go wrong it will see the enactment of a measure that will make home rule for Ireland ant accomplished fact after more than fbrty years of unceasing agitation and fighting The end of tho long Ight Is undoubtedly In sight The Irish Nationalist party holds the balance of power In the House of Commons and by throwing its strength with tho Liberals has helped the party in power and has sus Valued the Government in the recent irlses Now In accordance with a definite understanding and agreement the Liberal Government is to return the favor by Introducing a home rule bill A long Parliamentary struggle Is anticipated be fore the measure is gotten into satisfactory shape but Its ultimate pass age is nevertheless assured Tho provisions of the home rule bill to be Introduced by Premier As tiulth now form the staple topic of discussion In all quarters In some of Its Importhnt features tho measure undoubtedly will be nodeled closely after Gladstone second home rule bill while In other re pects there will be radical dlffer ftttee It Is certain that tho MinistryA of anIriBk Parliament tfs tatDublin and to consist of two cham bers the higher branch to be made up of about fifty members and the popular branch to have a member ship of probably twice that number The proceedings of the Dublin Par liament will be confined to the purely internal affairs of Ireland According to present plans it shall exercise no control with respect to the navy army or militia foreign policy coinage military camps or coast lighting and will be forbidden to establish or endow any religion or deal with any religious matter This latter provision is Intended to meet the charges of tho Unionists that an Irish Parliament would make the Roman Catholic the State religionWhether the Irish Parliament will control the excise customs Is a point not yet determined But whatever tho decision in this direction It certainly will be accompanied by a provision for free trade between Ireland and Great Britain Ireland is expected to continue to have a rep resentation in the Imperial Parlia ment but probably in greatly diminished numbers Here are the milestones In the struggle that has continued unceas ingly for forty years Government Association 1870Home established in Dublin 16 1874IA motion in the Commons In favor of home rule defeated 1879 Movement for home rule took definite shape 1880 Charles Stewart Parnell chosen Parliamentary leader of the notne rule party 1882 Parnell entered Into negotiations with Gladstone 1886Gladstone Introduced his first home rule bill and delivered a famous speech in support of it The bill was summarily rejected 188Lord Salisbury in a speech ridiculed tho agltation in favor of 4home rule in Ireland 1890Parnell was reelected leader of the Irish party 1891 Parnell died and John E Redmpnd succeeded hiin as Parlia mentary leadr 1892 Resolution for giving home rule separately to England Irelana Scotland and Wales rejected by the Commons 1893 Gladstone Introduced his second home rule bill which passed the House of Commons only to be killed by the House of Lords j 1909JThe Liberal Government In a desperate position sought an I alliance with the Jrlsh Nationalists The latter agreed to support the j b budget and other Government meas ures with the understanding that a home rule bill would be Introduced l and passed lissIting oftordsobttwle in the path of the home ruleJ movement MVBI MANY YEARS Mr Barbara Bchner aged l htytwoi one of the tint settlers i of Ferdinand Ind and for many ysrs a highly eaUemed resident of Koad1monlllratlh4Lb 1 J Q n KENTUCKY t I IRn C C AMERiCANw 107 West Market street after an Illness of four months Mrs Echsnor was born in Germany and came to America at the age of six years Sho resided for a time In MoKeesport and removed to Ferdinand In 1837 She had resided in Louisville since 1847 Her husband John 1C Echs ner died twenty years ago Besides John lEcbsner she is survived by a son Ferdinand Echsner 600 East Jefferson street two sisters a brother and ten grandchildren The funeral took place Wednesday morn- Ing from St Boniface church being attended by a largo concourse of ret atives and friends JUBILEE For Hibernians Tuesday Night at rails City Hall The Hibernians of the Falls Cities will have a jubilee at Falls City Hall next Tuesday night wben Di visions 1 and 3 will hold a Joint in Itlatlon and receive into the order a large class of new members The Ladles Auxiliary has accepted an Invitation and will grace the occasion in large numbers For the past two weeks the degree team has been making preparation for the event and it is safe to say those present will witness an exemplification that will surpass any that has over take place in Louisville The county offi cers and members of all the divisions will be given a cordial welcome byk the twO divisions Following the Initiatory ceremonies there will be a reception In honor of the Ladles Auxiliary when dainty refreshments will be served Presidents Martin Cusick and Hugh Hourigan have Is sued special notices to their mem bers and a rousing meeting Is antici pated With this entertainment willI close all social affairs until after the Lenten season has passed The pro gramme will include several pleasing numbers and will come in the nature of a surprise It is earnestly hopedI this Jubilee will set a mark for the future for the Ancient Orde- rACTIVE It YounG Mens Sodality Club of St Martins Church The Young Mens Sodality Club ott Stilartlns church Shelby andl Broadway held a very interesting meeting Monday night transacting T 6Ii ji- ntoiosthig foiI rowas the mit atloni of twentytwo applicants for membership The club has made applica tion to affiliate with tho Falls City Athletic Association The sodality will in the near future present a standard Catholic drama at their hall Shelby and Gray streets The talent of this congregation is ex ceptionally good and the performance will equal any amateur produc tion that has been staged in this city Among those who will take part in the cast are some of the best known amateurs Including Misses Lena Schickel Francis Kluber Mary EYI Catherine Weber Messrs Leoi Krebs Joseph Oesweln Joseph Huttlnger Julius Bodeumuellor Charles Kemp and H Hammer- J1lFFERSOSVILTE John F Gllooly Jr of Louisville and Miss Genevieve Murphy of Jef fersonvllle were married Wednesday morning at St Augustines church in the latter city by the Rev John OConnell pastor of the congrega tion A large number of relatives and friends of the contracting pair wore present to witness the ceremony Mr and Mrs Glooly willl iJrGiilcolyson of Capt John F Gillooly who Is In charge of the Louisville Life saving Station Tbo bride is ai daughter of Capt John B Murphy and Mrs Murphy leading residents of Jeff rsonvl11e Capt Murphy Is a member of the Jeffersonville Board of Metropolitan Police Commission ers and general yardmaster for the Pennsylvania lines in Louisville Jet fersonvillo and New Albany The marriage of Mrs Helen J Lindemann and Walter Lyons was solemnized the same evening at the rectory ofSt Augustines church by the Rev Father OConnoll and Mr Lyons and his bride let at once for Wqshlngton and Baltimore They will reside with the brides parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Moynahan upon their return PORTY HOURS PRAYER The people of the Sacred Heart parish will have the pleasure andI benefit of the Forty Hours devo tions beginning tomorrow morning singtheemn dose on Tuesday For these beautiful and impressive services the sanctuary will be artistically dec orated by the ladles of the Altar So ciety Father Walsh will be as sisted by a number of the local clergy as a large number will doubtless receive holy communion WITH THE SICK Patrolman John Fitzpatrick of the Clifton substation has been off gripOfficer covered from Injuries sustained a month ago when he feUandJt J sprained his knee In the fire de partment Pat Kehoe of the No 2G and Mike Reardon driver off oornpanyMrcoBftMd tka U tfc4r hisa- a n D 1 r Jnv i POLITICS State Legislature Itetnses to Pull Louisville Chestnuts Out ot Fire Democrats Enjoying ltow Be 1tween Taft and Roosevelt Republicans Post Learns Difference Between Automobile and Milk Wagon SOME LOCAL POLITICAL GOSSIP t I The action of tho Committee on Municipalities in the Legislature on Wednesday at Frankfort in report- Ing adversely on Representative Adam Spahns bill to create salaries of 300 annually for the members of tho General Council of Louisville was perfectly right and proper and 1the overwhelming defeat of the bill by the members approved the action of the committee In the first place it was a mistaken policy to expectI the Legislature to do something which a majority of the present Gen eral Council were afraid to under tako before the present Council was sworn In and In which step they would have received little opposition from the public or taxpayers but for lack of lbackbone the measure was never pushed Everyone heror agrees that the members of the Gen eral Council should bo remuneratedI Cor their services as Is done in other cities as the committee appolnt ments and other duties necessarily take up considerable time but the public at largo objects to outside interference in home government For the first time in years the Democrats can sit back and enjoy the warm fight In the RepublicanI ranks between the Taft men led by Senator Bradley and the Federal of ficeholders and tho Roosevelt menI led by the Evening Post and those who want to be Federal officehold ers Usually the shoe has been on he other foot but this year the Democrats will present a unitedI front and will return a majority fori the Democratic nominee exceeding tt9tIIilolnt the Tatt menwin nave awai over In the district conventions and hen watch out for an influx into the Democratic ranks of the former Fusion Republicans who nre ton tlnually Jumping from one party to mother in search of political pie Representative Peter Lee Ather on who seems to have been playing i lone hand in the Legislature as far is his home colleagues were con cerned now seems to be disappointed that some of his new adher ents deserted him when his blpartl san prison commission bill was presented Mr Atherton should oroflt by his experience before too late and take counsel with the rest It the Louisville delegation The Evening Post In Us mad haste to continually attack the police de partment grossly misstated facts in two cases this past week and in one Instance was challenged by Chair man Edward Tierney of the Board af Safety to prove Its statement In an editorial criticism tho Post stated that the corner policeman at Fourth ind Jefferson was removed on ac count of trouble with automobile speeders and when cornered had to acknowledge that It wns tho police nan at Fourth and Market and the trouble was with the driver of a milk wagon In the other Instance the Post insinuated that George Dunham an automobile owner was arrested Thursday morning because he had tried to find out If the police nen were drinking at the time they arrested his negro chauffeur who on his own statement acknowledged that ho had violated tho traffic or dinance by traveling down Broadway t the rate of twentyfive miles an Jour according to the officers forty miles an hour It was proven in court that neither of the four men concerned in the arrest were drink OfficersDriscollIng total abstainers and that they arrested tho automobile owner after he bad followed them to their 4 theyblowreport them to Chief LIndsey In the disposition of the case Judge Her man locke very wisely fined the negro chauffeur 25 and Dun ham 5 VISITS ms BROTHER Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore arrived In New Orleans last Saturday on his annual visjt to his brother John T Gibbons accompanied by sectsrThe Cardinal will remain there about ten days and will be the guest at several dinners Including one to ArchbishopBIenek UNABLE TO ATTEND Lieut Oov Edward J McDermott has Just declined the honor of repre seating Queens University of Belfast Ireland at the celebration of the one hundred and twentyfifth anni Pittsbllraho1111ebruary Willie the ellebattou It to be a tNt- ee t In university clretei tte Lieu t rant Grer r destined teeeauf ha said he did not feel taihecoui1 leave his post as PresfdMt of the Kentucky Senate Mr iklcDormott U spent a year at Queens citlege tot lowing his graduation from the Louisville Male High School study ing logic and metaphysics under Prof John Park then aridj still head of that department IIn th nlverslty THOUSANDS r ir si1VinccntI Snhooh rlllfHI t Bishop ODoiragliitut11 ManyJ Pricsttl Participate in Exerolsefj Here Will Be 1 l ofI Knowledge Tht Are UselullT PRIESTS AND PEOLE HAPPY rI ntafLast Sunday was the Catholic resldenlsTfof German town when Fathers Thome and Ruff and the people of St Vincent de Pauls parish had the extreme pleas ure of witnessing the tQrmal dedica tion and blessing of Itjher large and1 attractive new parochial school1 building Long before the hour sott for the impressive exercises the people began to gather and at 330 oclock the adjacent streets were beforeI3I Commandery Knlghtsfof St John under the command of dot Bates and Capt Schreckcrf yho acted asI guard of honor for Bishop ODonag hue and the vlsjUng clergy Promptly the process jjftJbf clergy preceded by crossbearer and along line of altar boys wended its way from the adjoining rectory and Into1 the church where ojery available Inch of space WUH nccunjedi nearly 2000 being unable no gain admit tance As the crosjjibearer entered the church the organ hunderod forth Its sweetest strains jfrmd the altars1 myriadlightspalms and ferns thai adorned the sanctuary M ifog ulltHiJi din-t li1lH f i l every e TIl on tVtghue- was Attended by Very Rev Vicar General CronIn and Father Wester mann and seated within tho sanctuary were about forty priests With the exception of the formal dedica tion and blessing of the new building the religious ceremonies were held In St Vincent do Pauls church be ginning with tho solemn vespers and concluding with the benediction of tire Blessed Sacrament Bishop ODonaghuc who preached the dedicatory sermon congratulated the pastors and their associates upon the completion of their fine school building emphasizing the impor tanco of school training for children who here will learn the sign of the cross and a knowledge pf the Redeemer He told of the power and endurance of early impressions and replied to some of the objections made at times to the education of abildren in religious schools The most important thing to be taught a child he said is to serve God This is not to be merely a religious school however said he It will leach all forms of human knowledge that are useful in our day The multiplication table and the sym bolo of alegbra are not Incompatible with religion Many of the great teachprs of science are In the front rank of the Catholic church In this school will be Imparted hat human knowledge so necessary and essential In this life and the man properly taught In youth oven though ho fall will come back In the evening of life with sorrow and re gret for his failings A notable feature was the work of the boys choir which sang the ro sponses Leaving the church the Bishop and clergy together with the Knights of St John and the members of the Building Committee who occupied reserved sets entered the school house where tho exer cises wore concluded After the ceremonies were over Bishop ODon aghue the visiting priests and the members of the Building Committee dined together Iin the school build ing In the new building will be consolidated about March 1 tho three schools of the church one of which churchbuildingde Pauls another at Chester avenue and Oak street and the third in Lrfgan street The pupils will be taught by the Ursuline Sisters as at present FAVORS SUNDAY BATA litam in favor of Sunday base ball sold Bishop Patrick A Lud den of Syracuse N Y the other day f would much prefer that men went to the ball game on Sun day than that they hang around the saloons or stand on corners Insult Ing people who pass They get out In the fresh air they can abuse the umpire which gives them a lototfun amuses the crowd and does not hurt anyone I consider baallone of the cleanest of aporte and it will hurt no one Nor doil8lt inter tore with churGh worbip Fe man who has to work all week would be far better oK atahtmcameo Sun ord1 SOCIALISM Shown to Bo EHBontialiy Irrcllg lou b ioqtrntiaseIon I 1st Priest I Father Benedict Hanley States Facts Jtot Generally Known Six Hiuidred Heard Him tee ture Last Sunday Night MACKIN CLUB HOUSE THRONGEDI An audience that occupl d every foot of available space In Mackln Council club house greeted time Rev Benedict Hanley O P last Sunday night when he delivered his abler and unanswerable lecture on Social Ism and Catholicism The audjence InIeludedi who were awed and discomfitedersI1 II the facts put forth by the eloqu n I missionary Rev Father Wolto kemp of St Anthonys church who Is Chaplain of Mackin Council proi sided and Introduced Father Hanley who was seated with Rev Father Brady and President Adams Father yVeltekamp said the subject was one that was fast making inroads and therefore interesting nil people Father Hanley is not only a pleasi Ing but a convincing speaker and hs manner of presenting facts and history evidence the care and study he has given this important subjectt If Socialism were only a political question he said he would not be Uoro tonight If it meant a fall share for each if It meant govorn ment ownership If it meant fran chise or hobble skirts for women ho would not object Contending that Socialism is fundamentally and es- sentiallY i irreligious and would do sway with marriage and substitute free love tliefofor Father Hanley dealt with Its origin and the condi ions thnt made It possible to existS reviewing the movement since beginflh1igkrt France and J Ianel J Century anthITiDri- nciple t of Socialism he tf- fs rf founded on materialism which th nsanothtflg is higher thani I R ht M itI ul Jj1tttiFb d sJl1Isn ll tia 5r Irely upon materialism and denies svorjthlng spiritual even declaring Against God heaven and hell while inder Its teaching there IIs neither vice nor virtue Without fathorhood le declared we could have no brotherhoodFather called attention toIi the professions of Socialists that theirs was purely a political and economic movement and had nothing to do with religion whereas In point of fact it is above all a moral and religious matter and for that reason tan only be settled on principles of morality and according to tho tIc tates of religion Their last conven tion in Chicago was in an uproar upon the question of religion anti It developed that 99 per centoC their number were either atheists or agnostics What chance has the other one he asked in their frame up Father Hanley quoted from Marx Engels Liel knecht and others to show that Socialism will under mine the worlds most sacred Insti tutions marriage and the home Ho then cited several places in this country where attempts at Socialism had failed and where the experiments brought thepeople to a comB tion worse than animals The cjwrch and Christianity will never uphold1 the revolution that would follow Socialism which might feed the body but would starve the soul The Catholic church does everything right and reasonable for tho work- Ingman and none other in the world1 has done so much for the poor and but for her tho world would still be In a state of barbarism No Prot estant Catholic or Jew can logIcally- be a Socialist and therefore it Is the sacred duty of every rightminded- man to espouse the cause of religion and society and save tho country from peril When Father Hanley had con chided many sought him to express their sense of appreciation and acknowledge that his words con vinced them that a Catholic cannot be a Socialist CHARITABLE WOMAN GONE The funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Oanscn took place from St Louis Bertrands church Tuesday morning at 9 oclock with a solemn requiem mass Mrs Jansens death last Fri day evening was due to a sudden at tack of heart disease and came as a great shock to her family and1 friends The deceased was a lifelong member of the Dominican parish and was always ready to lend a willing hand in aid of any charitable purpose pertaining to the work of the church or church societies She is survived by two sons George andI William and three daughters Mrs John T Green Mrs James P Lan san and Mrs Matt McDonald The Interment was In St Michaels cenvetory XUNN EADY The marriage of JMlsa Virginia IIEadyr morning la the reetory of tha Bt Loula BertiwBd ehuroa the Rev Father Baxter parfartalsrl tlI4t sers i j t r1 mony The only attendant was J Morrison Wilson who was best man The bride wore a gray tailored gown and small hat to match Mr and Mrs Eady left Immediately after the ceremony for Ban Fran cisco whore they will make their home Among the outoftown wed dlngguests were the brides parents Judge T J Nunn and Mrs Nunn of Frankfort and Misses Mary Belle Hobson Rachel Settle Sallle Lockott Sallie Pago and Mrs Cas well Saufley of Frankfort Mrs Reginald Rico and Misses Isabelle and Salllo Gardner of Princeton GOO D TIME ror Catholic Knights Mon day Night at St Johns The regular monthly business meeting of the Central Committee C K of A was held at St Marys Hall with a fair attendance of delegates President Schalda was in the chalr and the reports from local branches were encouraging several having issued certificates since the first of the year Secretary Ben Kruso outlined the plans for the Social sessions and visits to branches iris suggestions being unproved by unanimous vote William T MeeTian President of Branch 25 Invited the Central Committee to visit his branch on Monday night February 19 at St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut when a social session for all members of the rder would be held The invitation was accepted and for a week tho officers have been busy making preparation for the entertainment of a large gathering These monthly departureforvlllff They promise to become popurar and of great benefit to the order as they will materially In crease the membership NEW MEMBER ProposcdrorMembershpIn rour At the meeting of Division I A 0 H MondanflVenlng at Bertrand t Hall aIl 1ounceme il was made that I the prospective application of a new I Hibernian was In sight another son I haying arrived aV the home of Presl I dentitfleflnemy who was all I smljes when fiVc fdr the meeting to I receivingII goiigrstul1an fim I- Insts l J5 yo tee reported that Corporal Pat Ken ealey who was injured recently by a fall on the Ice was Improving ap Idly and would soon be able to be out but that there was no Improve ment In Treasurer Harry J Bradys condition Thomas Hines was also reported as being on the sick list Financial Secretary Thomas J Lan pan reported the proceedings of the last meetings of the County Board and stated that the division had beer given permission to hold a picnic during tho coming summer An nouncement was made of the lecture and entertainment to be given St Patricks night at Masonic Theater under the auspices of the County Board and every member was urged to lend his assistance in making it a success mS LEG OUT OFF James Canty a railroad detective In the employ of the K and I Bridge and Railroad Company was rundown by a switch engine on Magnolia avenue between Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets early Wednesday morning His left leg was crushed between the ankle and tho knee and was amputated by Dr BIzot at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where he was taken Immediately after tho accident Canty was walking along the track when his foot caught in a frog A switch engine backed to ward him and though ho screamed and shouted with all his strength he failed to attract the attention of the engineer Canty Is fifty years of age and has been in the employ of the K and I for fifteen years Ho lives at 2004 Maple street BRIILTANT NUPTIALS Stt Mary of the Knobs church of which the Rev Joseph Sermersholm is pastor was the scone of the most brilliant wedding witnessed in Floyd county for a long time The contracting parties were Miss Rosa Andres and Louis Sprlgler popular residents of Lafayette township The ceremony which was solemnized with a nuptial high mass was per formed by Rev August Sprlgler of Washington Ind a brother of the groom assisted by Rev Martin Andres of St Leon an uncle of the bride and Rev Herman Fonner ofI Peoria 111 a friend of the families Friends from the surrounding country thronged the church and show eyed the happy couple with con gralulntlons J USEFUL LIFE ENDED Michael Coyne born sixtysix I years ago in Ireland coming to Ken tucky in his youth and for many years employed by the Louisville Nashville railroad died Sunday morning at his home in Lexington i after an Illness of several months Last summer he suffered a stroke of 1 paralysis and a second attack caused t his death Surviving blmare his I wife and four some and five daugh c terseThe children are William J John Thonwa Joseph Elisabeth Alice Julia and JHIea of Lexington I and Weter Mary Theresa Joef of lietPrevknoe at Wrk Ii OVERCOATS 15 UNION MADE I SEELUN HOTEL UINI SATURDAY TaiighjForins IMPROVING Irish Town and Country Dwell erAScek Ufliiuntldh For Children r New Itnllroad WIll Prove Vain able in tire Conncnmrn DflltrJctI New York Girl to Have Home on the Coast ol Sligo CONNEMARA GARBLE QUARRIES thatorOrangernenvent Winston Churchill First Lord of the Admiralty and John Red mond from speaking at Belfast quiet again reigns and the people of Ireland are turning their attention to other matters pertaining to tho throughoutthomoreIndlcatlvoIrishhopewith which both town and country dwellers are seeking to better the Perbaps Thesehave theDutchare about a hundred classes and studentsClaS9Cs weekfrompt morethanstruction confer are allowed a rail road rate of two cents a mile In struction Is given as to soils tannbookkeepIng ralshigPractical indeed employed by Irish farmers In the thclntc1llgontband rae with the greater Incentives purchaser recent land acts The problem ot ttie national schools is slated for 1m m latta tQ ontie1 thttrJ lt a ega re nJenegotlatlonsbetween outlooktorquarriesbasof the popularity of their products handicappedthrough communicationremoved by the formation of a syndicate with the support of Eugene Zimmerman father of the Duchess of Manchester who has al ways taken a warm Interest in tho plctureBque will be constructed which will bring the quarries into communication with the city of Oalway The favorable prospect of Galway be coming in tho near future a trans- Atlantic port has stimulated the enterprise of the Cincinnati million aire who can see strong possibilities In front of these quarries Immediately they are brought into direct touch with the American contlnon During the holiday season this nes line of railway will prove a valuable acquisition to tourists who desire to do the Connemara wilderness and In this way also Jt Is calculated that Zimmerman has made a sound in vestment Incidentally the railroad will provide better and easier KylemoroCastleDuke and Duchess of Manchester When Edith Allen daughter oft S and Mrs Welter Brooks of New York comes to Ireland as the wIfe of Arthur Nutting of Dublin her home will be pitched In most ro mantic surroundings A derelict old mansion situated on an Island In the Atlantic ocean off the constOf Sllgo is at present in the hands of ofmaldngItthe popular Now York girl InnUbI murry has within recent times earned for Itself considerable notoriety It has become known as the Defiant Island through the determination of Its inhabitants to resist tho invasion of tax collectors longbyallIstrangersunnatural suspicion Their food consists ot barley flab and potatoes with perhaps a bit of fat Chicago pork at Christmas time to relieve the monotony The old mansion that to now in process of reconstruction had until recently the reputation of be ing haunted but tho Idea has bwai removed by the temerity ot an oldIi fisherman who has sheltered there regularly for the last year or two 1 FORT WAYNES LOSS By the death last Sunday of Dn rrortWaynet 7ea1ll100thea boy and was prominent In the In idldliaroperatfonhlilfa was formerly Mayor of Port Way- and his beE efforts had been gl for the advanMMMit or that cJtyi JtI peopled a F i KNTUOKY rEe r XSH AMRJOAN 11 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGftN t aerated te the Social and Morel Advaflcemeaent of Irish Araerlcais and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ot Hibernians Young Mens 1 Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher aSUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 entered It tt UulivllU Poitoftlce M 8ecoadCI fUtUr iMreisatlConiBiunleitloai to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oren St UNION TRAnES IJtaE- Ls COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAy FEBRUARY 17 1912 LENT IS HERE F + With next Wednesday comes the advent of Lent the regulations for which lu this diocese will be the will besame as heretofore They published in this weeks Record and announced in the churches on Sun day There Is no Catholic unless hoe Is a very poor one altogether unconscious of the holy tail of the Lenten season It comes as a breath ing space a time for thought in our hurrying life There are so many little and frivolous things of the moment which hold our attention because they are immediate we think them all important wa need a time set apart for thought when we wit disengage ourselves from the passing moment That time for us is the holy season of Lent It begins with the solemnity of Ash Wednesday Man thou art but dust tomorrow pour place will know you no longer prepare for the great Judgment of God Day after day In the offices of the church great lessons and wise warnings are given The true worth of life is interpreted to us through the life and rejection of Christ until the last week comes with its awful tragedy and sublime witness of Gods love as manifested to us on Calvary It Is only a bad Catholic will not make use of tho solemn I time DUmlsvlllo Catholics will have ample opportunity to prepare to understand and grasp what Lent offers for in all the churches there will be special devotions on at least two nights of each week and mis lions at St Martins and St cilias May all grasp the chance and grace God offers during this penitential season ACCOMPLISHED PURPOSE At a Presbyterian convention held In Chattanooga last week Dr Robert E Speer of NewiJJprk delivered a Sitter attack on the Catholic church in South America stating that natives were neglected by having only the Catholic religion as a guide and that the Presbyterian Board of Missions should send money and missionaries for their conversion Dr Speer might have added that the divorce evil was not prevalent In i that benighted country and that a little missionary work among his own people here would prove bene tidal but anyway he probably J accomplished his purposehe Was given big headlines In the Chatta nooga papers the next day and then again his attack did not harm the Catholic church BRING THE PROOF Rather strange charges are those brought against the Louisville authorities by Fred Gernert and the Parent Teacher Association of the George TIngley school Coroner Duncan and Night Chief Ridge assert that the allegations come from People who know nothing of the work of the Coroner and the police department The resolutions adopted were Introduced by Fred Gernert and petition Mayor Head to appoints committee of five to Investigate examineIII Oernert who was sponsor and bonds man lot the notorious Paul Dally one of the most Infamous hypocrites ever brough to Louisville If these moral guardians have any evidence or can make good any of their charges they should at once appear before the grand Jury Until they do tho asot yoking cheap notoriety NOT JUST YETM The opening of the Panama canal merchantomarine has attracted the cupidity of England and hence the following from Alexander n Smith Secretary i of thq American Merchant Marine Association Recently a British shipowner Howard Haulder was quoted as sa- yJnciTherc is ono thing certain wii that la It the Panama canal Is to h a success the navigation taws ff the United States must e- shangs1 One of the first alterations ibouid be to allow foreign Milt ships o be plural user the American flat 1- r Daring all of the period that IV post more io bud ships In British hlpyard BrftoB were dthe tefct to place lviich built ship tiny t The SritJah flag With the advent If troD ships Great Britain dad lIn building hips more than other nation sad it until then that JWtonk W permitted to placo foreign built jhlps under the red ensign As loon as there is a reasonable fear hat ships can not be built more Cheaply in British than in other na tions shipyards it is likely that British registry will be confined to British built ships The author of our Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson so long ago as 1793 In discussing this subject said For a navigating people to pur shaso its marine afloat would be a strange speculation as the mariner would always be dependent upon the merchants furnlshthing them Plac ing as a reserve with a foreign na tion or In a foreign shipyard the carpenters blacksmiths calkers jallmakers and the vessels of ana tion would be a singular commercial combination We must therefore build them for ourselves Observant of Jeffersons warning the laws of the United States have I since the first Congress denied American registry to foreign built vessels Thanks to that provision coo have 12000000 tone of domestic shipping all home built Shall weII let England build its successors BURNS DRAGS I In spite of the braggadocio statement of Detective W J Burns that ae would drag Samuel Gompers and other officers of tho American I Federation of Labor Into the dyna miting scandal the indictments onII Wednesday failed to show a proof of his charge Take the newspaper notoriety away from Burns and he will prove to be only an ordinary old sleuth after all J William Jennings Bryan 1 last wee jackllsted in his paper Jtbjrtee members of Wlgres for voting igalnst the unEistltutlonal proposi I tion to callon the President to fur t mes of Indorsenr for I prospective appointees to Federal iI judgeships one of thorn being Con repIresentatlveI lions which are never concealed and I I owes neither apology nor explanation to the three times rejected Ne oraskan Truly a good many husbands1 and fathers have become merely boarders In the home To overcome thls condition former Gov Glenn of STorth Crollna would Institute a curter law for husbands It Isnt a bad Idea But why not include the lady who spends her evenings gossiPII tug and gallivanting In search pleasure asks the Catholic Sun otII The only noticeable sentiment In Kentucky Is RooseveltII forth by the Evening Post Laughable I and ludicrous indeed are that I papers efforts to dominate the Republican party Roosevelt has had I wo terms as President and there ore the American people never will sever give him another Congressman Sherley has been do Ing some great work Wednesday he saved to the Government and people more than 3000000 when be reported the fortifications bill Congratulations to tho Indiana Catholic which has now entered Its third year It Is a healthy and vigorous youngster and deserves to grow and prosper The WllsonrHarveyWatterson con troversy certainly achieved one good objectsome of the conceit has been taken out of Marse Henri FROM LONG TRIP Father Jeremlas General of the Passion 1st order arrived at the Sacred Heart N Retreat Newburg road last week Father Jorenilas has been on an Inspection tour of the houses of the Passlonlst order in the United States Mexico anal Cuba for the last several months He was accompanied Moxlco and Cuba by Brother Dlnlsof this city who acted as interpreter From hero the General will go East and visit the houses of the Passlonlsts and then return to hlsbe dquarterslnRome OATHQLIO KNIGHTS During the past two months 323 certificates were I written for new members of the Catholic Knights of America Three new branches have nrecE1ptly added one In Arkansas and two lu Missouri bringing the umber HP to 1038 The last thefaitst with UMllUief of JIlr 1692276 This IB a bowing not equaled br any other frater nal society in this country and does not Include Inane nor pr aent market vales qf bond above par i lj r SOCIETY iMlss Virginia Murphy Is attending a weekend party at Lafayette Ind Mrs Walter P Lincoln enter tained her euobro club on Thursday Mrs Harry B Shea of Oakdale visited relatives In Frankfort last week Miss Jessie Brady arrived last slsIIterMiss Edith Malone has gone to Corning N Y to spend the week and attend the Cornell Miss Sudie Hagan spent several days here last week visiting her sister Mrs Jasper Hagan Miss Bridgett Lynch of West Point was here visiting her brother Thomas Lynch and famltyII Mrs Dan Donovan atIherI Thomas H Hines the well known truant officer Is now able to be out after a severe attack of the grip Attorney Aaron Kohn and Mrs Kohn left Wednesday for Florida where they will remain until spring Miss Frances Bauer of St Mat thews spent last week with her sis ter Mrs Frank Grieshaber In South LouisvilleD Is now a firm believer In three of a kind as his third son was christened last Sunday after noon at the Dominican church I1Il1sses Jeanette and Annabelle Thurman were hostesses at a shower i last Friday at their residence on Amber street for Miss Edna Isabell Minott I IJudge Samuel J Boldrlck left for Philadelphia where he was called on account of the illness of his uncle the Rev Father Sam uel B Spalding Miss Margaret Joyce of Dayton Ohio the guest of Miss Margaret Scholtz in Clifton has been the re Clplent of much social attention and made many friends here I1IIss t Esther Farrell 4101 West Broadway has almost entirely re covered from the injuries she sus tamed while alighting from a Fourth street car two weeks ago a tftiDan Murphy enterUftied olesq rolIht at her home Wlndaor 1 Jiltlt Deception iin ihlss Irene Curran fiancee ofTJF Joseph V Hopkins of Texas IJohn F Chester the welt known engineer has aboutrecovered ftootn an attack of rheumatism having been laid up for three weeks and expects to be out within a few days IThe many friends of Mrs ElIza- beth Fltzpatrlok will be sorry to learn that she is quite ill at the homo of her daughter Mrs William A Brown of 52 G West Brecklnridge street An enjoyable social event of last week was the largely attended shower given by Mrs William Con stantino at her homo on Second street for Miss Genevieve Murphy of Jeffersonvllle Miss Mary Wall of Elwood Ind niece of Capt Mike Wall has been spending the week in Jeffersonvlllo with her sister Mrs Charles Bchimpff Miss Wall will take a business course in Louisville before returning home In the presence of a number of their friends the marriage of Miss Edna Isabel Minott and Frank M Carothers was solemnized Wednes day afternoon Rev Father Raffo performing the ceremony The happy couple left immediately for a wed ding trip and upon their return will be at home at 2610 Woodland avenue A pretty wedding was solemnized at the Sacred Heart church Wednesday afternoon when Patrick Mc Donough led to the altar Miss Mary Laffey The ceremony was per formed by Roy Patrick Walsh and was witnessed by many friends of the brIde and groom who are widely known and popular residents of the West EndITho marriage of Miss Corlnne Bender the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs L Bender 1632 Frank fort avenue and Walter Hutchison son of Lieut Hutchison will be solemnized With a nuptial mass Tuesday morning at St Josephs church This will be one of the most Interesting of the midwinter weddings as both are widely known and popular in social circles Mrs Edward Scanlan 525 South Twentyseventh street announces the marriage of her daughter Mrs Isabelle Mann to Walter E Drab nick of Goldfield Nev which took place Monday evening of last week The ceremony was performed by Father Ilaffo In the presence of only the Immediate families After a six weeks trip to Chicago Denver and California Mr and Sirs Drab nick will reside in Goldfield Miss Myra iMoAtee gave a dining room shower Saturday afternoon in honor of Miss Irene Curran Miss McAtees guests were Misses Irene Curran Marion Ha11of Oak Park SavannahBlanchoNell Smith Mary Roche Florence BelleVorenxdame Robert Burke Dennis Ryan fcurrtj Mri William Constantine of Sect end street entertained Tiiui y evening with a infocenaneoua bower In honor ot Mitt GentrlT xaxphy Teoa present were Miwea CtaMvtava y Jc f I Murphy Rea Constantine Louise Qllpoly Margaret Leonard Roberta Bertha Houser Mary J Luckett Empt a Kennedy Mary Maher Lillian Constantine Anna Connelly Sarah and Agnes OHearn Mayme Heuser Ada Hodgkins Kathryn OBrien Minnie Sullivan Margaret Connelly Agnes OHearn Mesdames Dennis Constantine George Kopp Joseph Klem A T OBrien M A Goering John E Cole and W G Constantine A wedding ot Interest in Louis rifle society circles was solemnized I Wednesday evening when Miss Florence Marie Bender became the bride of Fred B Kohler The cere mony took place at tho St Boniface rectory Jackson and Green streets and was performed by the Rev Father Richard Miss Louise Rade maker was the bridesmaid Henry Kellar of New York best man and Mrs Ernest Newman matron of honor Miss Bender Is the daughter of Fred Bender Sr a retired drug gist and lives at 729 East Broad way The groom 1 is a shoe buyer for Crutcher Starks and resides at 1567 Bardstown road SEEK HOLY LIFE Tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock there will be a reception into the Order of the Sisters of Mercy at the academy on East Broadway The Candidate for entrance into the novitiate of this order is Miss Emma Honk who has spent six months on probation The habit will be con ferred by the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue The sermon of tho oc casion will be by the Rev Richard Murphy 0M C from St Anthonys church Miss Houk Is a former member of St Agnes congregation on the Newburg road of which the Passion1st order has charge After receiving the habit and her name in religion she will spend two years in the novitiate before she takes her final vows VISITS OF STORK Patrick Bannons face beamed with smiles this week and with good reason For his valentine the Stork left at his home 2219 Rowan street a handsome baby girl who is des tined to be the pride of the West End Dr Charles A Edelen of Sixth and Oak is rejoicing over the arrival of a son from Babyland as Is also Patrick Sweeney 1433 West Broadway and Thomas Byrne 727 Coke street whose homes were blessed with pretty girls SEARCH FOR HEALTH Rev Francis VD Connor of St Stephens church at Owensboro a native of this city left last week for Colorado where he will spend a year In an effort to recuperate his health Since his return from Rome where he was ordained Father oConnor has been working very hard and overtaxed his strength It Is hoped that a long and complete rest will restore his health ic J PASSION SERMONS Beginning on Sunday February 25 and continuing every Sunday afternoon during the Lenten season there will be a series of sermons on the passion and death of the Saviour at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road These sermons will be preached by the Rev Cletus Brady C P the eloquent mission ary and rector of the Passlonlst monastery RECENT DEATHS Funeral services over the remains of John B Hart whose death oc curred at his home 1102 Story avenue were largely attended Monday morning at St Josephs church For the bereaved wife and three children who survive him is felt the deepest sympathy IThe funeral of Mrs Mary Cherry took place Monday morning from St Johns church Rev Father Schuh mann conducting the solemn ob sequies Mrs Cherry was the widow of the late Robert Cherry and was for many years a well liked resident of the eastern section ot the city The funeral of John Houlihan took place yesterday morning from St Louis Bertrands church at 830 oclock his death occurring from an attack of appoplexy Wednesday afternoon He is survived by his mother Mrs Nora Houlihan two brothers William and Edward and four sisters Mrs Clarence Nelts bouser Mrs John Schnell Mrs Josio Neldrlnghaus and Ms Robert Ahler IAtter a lingering illness Miss Mary Connell aged twentyseven was claimed by death Sunday morn Ing at her hpme 415 West Seventh street New Albany Miss Connell was the daughter of Thomas Con nell and among her friends and rela lives she will be sadly missed She was from girlhood a member of Holy Trinity church from where her funeral took place Rev Father Cur ran officiating at the high mass of rbqulem James Connolly a well known res ident of the West End and former member of the police force tiled Monday morning at the residence of his brother Stephen Connelly 2711 High avenue Though suffering from 111 health for some time news of his death came as a shock to his many friends The fuueral took place Wednesday morning from tho Church of Our Lady with a high mass of requiem by the Rev Father James J Connlff whose sermou left JIts impress on the many present The funeral of Mrs Mary Abel aged eightytwo years and for over half a century a highly respected resident of this pity took place Mon day morning front St Vincent de Pauls church Mrs Abel was a native of Germany anl1Was the widow of the late John Abel She ila survived by one sop Christ Abel and four daughters Mrs Gcitr tCriUe i Mrs Frfcd Hagan and Misses Anna and Therwa Abel and also seventeen granobjiildren and tour great rrandchildien The deceased wa a devout Cs olio and fully pta pared for her eta from this world I I Birdseyo View of the Wheeler Santa Fe Oil Field Carter County Oklahoma JUDICIOUS INVESTMENTS 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 propositionRead What Some of Them Say About Ita Louisville Ky January 31 1912 Petroleum Development Company Ardmore Oklahoma Gentleman We have each received notice of the acceptance by you ofour 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 offering for sale doubtful stock but solid land in a developmentsYourby men of high standing purchaseVeryGEO W BERRY J P J C J W TORPEY S J McELLIOTT ixo il twlh DR CHASArED r iM t WM CALLAGHAN vr vv 7 T vv JJJBARRY Messrs Burns and Kirkham the representatives of the company are located at No 10 Rossmore Apartments where they will thoroughly explain the entire proposition to you Either call on them personally or phone them at Home Phone 1426 and they will call on you JAMES T BURNS AND A L KIRKHAM SALES AGENTS FOR THE PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 10 ROSSMORE APARTMENTS LOUISVILLE KY KNIGHTS OF COLMBltB ll Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Fifty candidates Will receive the three degrees tomorrow at Peru Ind Lincoln day celebrations were held by many councils throughout the country The postponed Joint Initiation of Newport and Covington councils will take place tomorrow Arthur OBrien just appointed Assistant United States Deputy At torney is d prominent member of tho order In Chicago The council at Utica N Y In itiated 113 during the year bringing the membership up to 776 When tho number reaches 1000 a new hall will be built Dr E L Scharf expelled some months ago upon charges brought by Congressman Ben Johnson has been denied reinstatement and nothing more will be heard from him The thirtysix councils of Iowa are moving for the erection of a 75000 club house on some popular lake shore In that State where members and their families may come during thet heated period and find rest and comfort The great charity ball of the Long Island Chapter on Wednesday night In the Fourteenth Regiment Armory Brooklyn was a success socially and financially The ovolu lions of the Sir Knights In full regalia was very attractive The open meeting of Now Albany Council at Holy Trinity Hall on Monday night was largely attended A feature of the musical programme was the soprano sic by Mrs Frank Scharf Tho address on Abraham Lincoln was delivered by George Hester WAJjNUT THEATER fetter than ever may be appropriately applied to the Smart Set Company this season This noted organization of colored singers dancers comedians and funmakere jt better equipped In the gay of a vehicle to display tue talanta of the company than ever before The pro duotlon IB called Doctor J3ean from Bdrton and iwlll be edeitcallof next week at the Waln treat Theater a YEENEMANII M J BANNON P BANHOH JR L J Pres It Mgr VicePres and Treas Secretary Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF r VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK Streets and RoadwaysI IFori III Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Uignolla Are Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1282 I L DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING 1Horses Called Porad Delivered Both Phones 23S9 OFFICE AND FORQB 713715 SEVENTH S7FPI M M MULDOON Practical Horse Shoer Handmade Shoes of all kinds Trotting horses a specialty All work promptly attended to and guar anteed Horses Called For aid Delivered 404 EAST MAIN STREET HOME PHONE 5579 +1i 114f t t I It I I I t SFIIIE wnrxs CHA9CTwaIrRli4 Ax KOLJBI i t345 West Preen Strut tk UQUOM G1h 411 itr tfftf There is an obrloui tendency toward I a rounded waist line IIi tit w- eat models d NaturalIpotgee and white linear I fine again 4tawKl to fwriilOBt l voalnoe I IJ I t gI TITOSY IRISH AMERICAN J Ii t 11 ri iiBE SURE TO CALL FOR I McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PUREII H McKenna Distiller Fairfield HV 1 D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT r DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Answtrid Promptly nay er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET1 t Ii Gran W Smiths SonW 9 AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 HOME LAME AND I j FOR MAIN II Dollar1m 1That you spent for something you did not NEED wouldbave started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There COME a time when your LAST most be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the I dollars you are wasting time from ever coming I Ky Co Fifth and Court Place 11 I Open Dally Until 3 p m Saturdays Untll 7 p m tl- ILrg iiE JI Kane Phone 5687 Cumb 667 HENRY FUCHS FLORIST Store 560 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Greenhouses and Texas Streets John B Ratterman III7 W MARKET ST Funeral Dlreclor and Telephone 1180 All the late and new Styles and Shape can be found here at reasonable prices Call and Me ui HENRY MOLD UJJIt TN- dftpta udFllcyGrlGl- iIIOJ d riMT WAB f SAMPLE MOM tcoinmltf e itltllM tliMre dM 524 wAUIST o PHONE 2222 RUBBER TIRES Henry A Grassman Practical Horse Shoer and Wagon Builder SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO INTERFERINGHORSESj HORSES CALLED AND DELIVERED 16121614 WEST ST tiwThe Last with this bank MAY DOLLAR might keep thatihard Title Savings Bank and Trust Mpn Charles Embalmer n- oWWII THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 36S ill all promptly attended to day or night Carriage furnished for all occuloai 1225 W MARKET ST = Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Drawing Ladles an Children a Specialty OD flJ PRONE SOUTH 000 BEDDING PLANTS1 Geraniums Roses HeleotroPaaEtc Cemetery WorkaspeclltyRE- ASONABLE PRICES u JACOB SCHULZn THE FLORISTn n 560 AVJLJtIINe323 c HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past 1YcekGeneral- News Notes Monday night Division 3 will hold its last meeting for tho month Division 4 continues its onward march adding new names to its roll1 every month Hon D W Lawler will be the orator at the St Patricks day exer cises at Hlbhing Mtnn Father Murphy of the Milwaukee Cathedral will be the orator rot tho Hibernians of Racine on St Patricks dayOregon Hibernians will send their five State officers and County Presi dent to the national convention at Chicago The Hibernians of Janesville Wis will have a big day on Sunday March 3 when fifty candidates will1 be InitiatedDivisions In many places In Ire land own their halls Two new buildings have been opened since the first of the year Dont forget the Joint Initiation off Divisions 1 and 3 at Falls City Hall on Tuesday night Every Hibernia- In the Falls Cities will be welcome County President McCarthy and a degree team conducted the Jubilee Initiation for the Hibernians of Cortland the class being a large oneGreat preparation Is being made by the divisions at Pueblo for the recetlonofNatlonal President Regan who WIll ylslt Colorado next month + r I i The Ladles Auxiliary will be honor guests at the Joint initiation- at Falls City Hall next Tuesday night All the members are urged to attendThe of the tional President that our membe receive holy communion In a body St Patricks day has always been observed In Ldulsvllle Division 2 meets Wednesday nigh- at Sixth and Walnut President Ford has plans for infusing more life into this division and wants all members present to hear them All efforts should now be turned to making a great success of the St Patricks day observance The com mittee is doing everything possible and promises a programme of un usual merit Capt John OBrien has been named tor Grand Marshal of the St Patricks day parade at Indian apolis when the Hibernians expect the greatest celebration ever wit nessed in Indiana Members should devote themselves to increasing the membership during the Lenten season With little effort upon the part of each one iLoulsvllle Hibernians could double their number The Ladles Auxiliary Juvenile JlyUlQlufMnnoapolls InItiated six members at last weeks meeting when a programme of Irish songs music and recitations was given The youngsters are being taught Irish step dances National President Regan offi ciated at the Joint installation of the divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary at Minneapolis The ceremony was elaborate the officers of the nine divisions presenting a very Imposing picture as they stood grouped in the form of a Celtic cross Among those who witnessed the unveiling of the statue of St Brlgld presented to St Raymonds church by the ladies Auxiliary of Prov idence R I were 3ov Aram J Pothier Col Ambrose Kennedy Speaker of the House of Representatives Mayor Giles W Easterbrooks of Pawtuckot and Mayor F X L Rattoy of Central Falls MUST TARP CARE Catholics everywhere will be glad to learn that the Right Rev Bishop Colton of Buffalo Is convalescent and progressing rapidly toward re covery Though great care Is still necessary on the Bishops part his physician sees no reason why the patient will not be able to resume his duties in the near future PRIEST AND SCOUTS I Rev Francis J Sullivan of St Anns church New York City and a prominent official of the Catholic Athletic Union Is taking an activ- interest In the Boy Scout movement being Vice President of the New York Council of the Boy Scouts of America GENUFLECT PROPERLY Upon entering a Catholic church BlessedSacramhow few Catholics perform this act of religion properly To genuflect does not mean to kneel nor is it exactly a courtesy a sort of a bob down and up The rule for making a genuflec peoplefornamely to bend the right knee until genuflecting per part of the body in a rather erect position bending the knee and arIs- ing with ease and gracefulness To genuflect id an act of worship and reverenceknee to the tabernacle Is to adore Jesus Christ in the holy Eucharist It Istha outward bodily expression of the faith that is in the soul RKSIEDY FOR TEMPER Nothing Is so disastrous as losing ones temper When you teeleo towering raging mad that you want to tight someane take yourself by your collar pr forelock and conduct yourself to a place of quiet seclusion There endeavor to discover within your head some few grains of scfund sense upon Which to dwell long and thoughtfully WhAti the good of being ones temper OxxU of times you hand people undeserved rebukes and then it is a tremendous nuisance try ug to forgetbowunkind you have baft Be patient Be pfettent with the fMftte of otter and be patient wit your own Take care of your BOYSKnicker SUITS values up to 450 for 250I Up to 650 400 Up to 8 50 600 Up to 1250 750 CHOICE- of our Finest Values up to forn1- 0LEVYSI THIRD AND MARKET l7 6Has ft ROQBPS rs6OROSARIEStTo suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Soaks Magazines and Religious Article- sOr EvERY AJUCBIPTIOIf 434 West Jefferson Street JLBrownfiedGoJ L 553 THIRD ST Engineer and Contractor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 7846 HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers C51O FJB5HJSE AVENUE Telephoue 1622 Catholic Order of Foresters Greatest Catholic Fraternal Insurance Order In the World Members in Good Standing 150000 Death benefits paid since organized 13852000 JOIN NOW WM ALLAQHAN State Organizer 27 1 0 WJetf HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era In Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearll of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND rtltafcon 1848 234 SIXTH STREET Health your morals and your splrl retorteof the thoughtless I IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled I From Exchanges i Mrs BrIdget Ryan who occupied at largo farm at Graffln near Tem plcmoro was evicted for nonpayment of rent At a meeting of the Dublin Cor poratlon Lorcan Sherlock was by a majority of thirty elected Lord Mayor of Dublin At a meeting of the Tullamore Board of Guardians Dr OHara was elected Medical Officer for the Clara Dispensary district Councillor McFarland was electe- Mayor of Derry He is an Inde pendent Unionist and was not sup ported by the Tory machine The Listowel Rural District Coun cil adjourned Its meeting as a mark lateDenisrepresentative atBallymthon 103Deceased recentlyPtheCarlowing Officer for Bagnalstown district appointedtorMuch regret is expressed In Dun = garvan at the death of John Culll nan who held an official position under the Urban Council was for thotowntheCountyextensive establishment guttedInThe death occurred somewhat un McIlahonextensivedraper aleadingoldLandSligoCorporationwho wasChler yearwassec ond year of office as Mayor All the members were present- A body which had been found in i pool of water near Carrlckfergus HenryWiley rrombomeCouncillorTpresentation HughONeill pion Jig and reel dancer on the occasion of his recent marriage In Ennis the foundation hones were laid In each of tworsections of tfwelllngs for the world g classes to CouncilTheJeventjTSix onthoroad PatrickNolanEnnlsearthy atreethirtyyearsoft a bIg tree when the branch on which he was seated gave way andhe was precipitated adistanceorPortadowntheyhavethe oracresandmanydistricts of the town are Inundated Inconvenience Imposed LATEST IN STILES placeInthebrimsmalltlatunderskirtsandgowningGowns of black satin combined with Instantaneous fashIonableThese brilliants materialMany of the smartest tufts have bedford cloth pique or lace cutlikeulation front plait button through collar and turnback cuffs WHERE JEWS HAVE PEACE Speaking at a public meeting in Dublin recently the Chief Rabbi of hadlongto visit this beautiful country be cause It was tho only country In the world In which his ancestors had not been persecuted CATHEDRALS While not generally known It iIs RomanCatholic ANOTHER BISHOP DELEGATE DDBIEhop pointed a delegate to represent tho I NationalClvloFederatfon DAYS OF THE WEEK Sunday Is in honor of the Most Blessed Trinity PooSoulsr SoulsTuesday AntonyWedneBday Guardian MosBlessedSaeratnen t orOvolanorSaturday lit honor = of one Blessed- Lady c FRANK FEHR BREWING CO INCORPORATED s Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY J OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY JOHN H FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY 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 JOHNF OERTEINCORPOR- ATEDiSffiCHERTOWN BREW C ELE BHATED ORETAM C 1400 to 14Q8 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY CuKtsPhonc West 191 Home Phone 1913 TIIE WIEDEMANN t INCORPO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flavor GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky WALNUTSTTHEATER Starting Sunday Matinee February 18 S H Dudley and Big Company WILL BRING HERE The Smart Set Bristling with fun of the sort that Is both durable and wholesome Fifteen Song Nits and Jingles lntroducedduring the action of the play Rich in electrical and stage effects Matinees Tuesday Thursday Satur day Best seats 25c Night Prices 25c 3Sc SOc 7Sc AVENUE THEATER Week Beginning With Matinee Sunday Afternoon ISEASONS BEST OFFERING The Fatal Wedding A Play of Great Heart Interest Presented by excellent company and Gladys Montague in leading role POPULAR PJUOE8 Night Sunday and Holiday Matinees lOc 20c 30c Dully Matinees lOc ISc and 25c I HOPKINS THEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday coatln none CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OURMOTTOI I ovfDgP1cIespecially to Ladles amd Child- ren0QLUIVIBIA56 rbledr tie name nmnm ement toting writ tIarltaDdard rod Mitedc tk mod comic u CBe THOMPSON FLORISTerONHiY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Tolephonq 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jefferson villa hospkattorepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Areusc Jelleraonville lad f HfNRYAftI JJ1 POLSP U DYER AND CLEANEDa Ladies and Gents Wearing Aipiril WORK GUARANTEED pnom 33s 528 Fifth SttMt CENTRAL FURNITURE GO r Incorporated- N W Cer Third tad Green Sir We fnralsh the home cern pieta OB ey payment WM CALLA NArf Mr Sales Dept Give year keys M eftcatfei IbMt will Pete tker for lift J ST XVIERS COI Lwlornte treriaa ttrot C mi Ina 01- o epe I NTUOKY IRISH AMERICANa r J Ii I BE SURE 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560 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Greenhouses Charles and Streets John B Ratterman 1117 W MARKET ST Funeral Dlrecor and Embalmer Telephone 1180 All the lateand new Styles and Shapes CAB be found at reasonable prices Call and see us HENRY HUNOLD 1 n SKAIJIR IN Sbpli art Fancy SfGilIIs 4 riMTMJK SAJNMJE HMa OMIMNl1011tj tjM Whiis 4- Ilalrr Na tlw 524 PHONE 2222 RUBBER Practical Shoe rand Wagon SPECIAL ATTENTION LAME ANJINERFERINOlORsESi CALLED DELIVERED WEST MAIN ST aa The Dollarllll NEED ACCOUNT something might keep thatihard tI- Jfi Texas here GIVEN THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmerr TELEPHONE 365 lit calli promptly attended to day or night Carriage furnished for all occailoni 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KTl5AGNBSSMITHLDY Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty O0fn PHONE SOUTH ODD BEDDING PLANT- eruniumst6 Roses- Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCH0LZu THE FLORIST- Sao S FOURTH Av Jtotk PIII 223II itc f HIBERNIANSI They Have Been Doing IWhat Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Monday night Division 3 will hold Its last meeting for tho month Division 4 continues Its onward jj- march adding new names to Its roll 1 every month Hon D W Lawler will be the orator at the St Patricks day exer cises at Hlbblng Minn Father Murphy of the Milwaukee Cathedral will be the orator for tho Hibernians of Racine on St Patricks dayOregon Hibernians will send their five State officers and County Presi dent to the national convention at Chicago The Hibernians of Janesville Wis will have a big day on Sunday March 3 when fifty candidates will be Initiated Divisions in many places in Ire land own their halls Two new buildings have been opened since the first of the year Dont forget the Joint initiation of Divisions 1 and 3 at Falls City Hall on Tuesday night Every Hibernian In the Falls Cities will be welcome County President McCarthy and a degree team conducted the jubilee Initiation for the Hibernians of Cortland the class being a large one Great preparation is being made by the dlvlafans at Pueblo for the recept1o of ational President Regan iwho wlll Visit Colorado nextjI j monthf rThe1i dlet1 Auxiliary will be honor gu stiati the joint Initiation at Falls Cit1JJHal1 next Tuesday j night All the members are urged to attendThe of the Na tional President that our members receive holy communion in a body on St Patricks day has always been observed in Louisville f Division 2 meets Wednesday night at Sixth and Walnut President Ford has plans for infusing more life Into this division and wants all members present to hear them All efforts should now be turned to making a great success of the St Patricks day observance The com mittee is doing everything possible and promises a programme of un usual merit namedfor Grand OOrlen Marshal has of theiJJ St Patricks day parade at apolis when the Hibernians expect the greatest celebration ever wit nessed in Indiana Members should devote them selves to increasing the membership during the Lenten season With little effort upon the part of each one Louisville Hibernians could double their number The Ladies Auxiliary juvenile UvisloTtof Minneapolis Intiated six members at last weeks meeting when a programme of Irish songs music and recitations was given The youngsters are being taught Irish step dances National President Regan offi ciated at the joint installation of the divisions of the Ladies Auxiliary at Minneapolis The ceremony was elaborate tho officers of the nine divisions presenting a very imposing picture as they stood grouped in the form of a Celtic cross Cunvellingpresented to St Raymonds churcB by the Ladies Auxiliary of Prov idence R I were Gov Aram J Pothier Col Ambrose Kennedy Speaker of the House of Representatives Mayor Giles W Easterbrooks of Pawtucket and Mayor F X L Rattey of Central Falls MUST TAKE CARE gladtoBishopfconvalescentI I covery Though great care is still necessary on the Bishops part his physician sees no reason why the patient will not be resume his duties in the near futUre PRIEST AND SCOUTS Rev Francis J Sullivan of St 1 Anns church New York City and a prominent official of the Catholic t Athletic Union is taking an active I Interest in the Boy Scout movement being Vice President of the New York Council of the Boy Scouts of America J GENUFLECT PROPERLY Upon entering a Catholic church BlessedSacramenthow few Catholics perform this act of religion properly To genuflect does not mean to knee nor Is it exactly a courtesy a sort of a bob down and up The rule for making a genuflec peoplefornamely to bend the right knee until genuflecting per part of the body In a rather erect position bending the knee and aris ing with ease and gracefulness To genuflect is an act of worship and should be performed slowly with rev erenco mid recollectIon To bend the adoreJesusIt Is the outward bodily expression of soulSI TiFDX FOK TEMPER Nothing is BO disastrous as losing ones temper When you feelso towering raging mad that you want to fight tome one take yourself by your collar or forelock and conduct seclusionThere IOUndMniUponthoughtfully Whita the good of llosing ones temper gets of times 7uhandpeopl undeserved rebuker tnd t n1tila a tremendous nuisance haveEthe ftHtfta of other aAd be patient wttfejjmir wa Take care of your c c BOYS i Knicker I II SUITS values up to 450 for 250 I Up to 650 400 Up to 850 600 Up to 1250750CHOICE of our Finest Values up to 1650 for 1- 0LEVYSI THIRD AND MARKET l J Gilds fl Rogers II 1 BOOKK GOII 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 Iwks Magazines and Religious Articles Or =VERY DJCOOHIPXJON 434 West Jefferson Street JLBrownfiedCol 553 THIRD ST Engineer and Contractor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 7846 HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers S1O FEHR AVENUE Telephoue 1622 Catholic Order of Foresters Greatest Catholic Fraternal Insurance Order In the World Members in Good Standing 150000 Death benefits paid since organized 13852000 JOIN NOW WM CAUABHAN State Organizer 271 0 WJeff HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND hluBken 1MB 294 SIXTH STREET health your morals and your spir- Itual self Be above the sharp retort of the thoughtless I I S i IRELAND I I Record of the Most Important of i the Recent Events Culled I From Exchanges Mrs Bridget Ryan who occupied a1 largo farm at Graffin near Tem plemore was evicted for nonpayment of rent At a meeting bf the Dublin Cor poratlon Lortan Sherlock was by a majority of thirty elected Lord Mayor of Dublin At a meeting of the Tullamore Board of Guardians Dr OHara was elected Medical Officer for the Clara Dispensary district electedIpendent Unionist and was not sup ported by the Tory machine The Llstowol Rural District Council adjourned its meeting as a mark lateDenisrepresentalive atBallymahon 103Deceased recentlyPthoCarlowing Officer for Bagnalstown district appointedforMuch regret Is expressed in Dungarvan at the death of John Culli nan who held an official position under the Urban Council was for thetowntheCountyextensive establishment guttedInThe death occurred somewhat un expectedly in Newry of John Mc extensivedraper aleadingoldLandSligoCorporationwho Chief yearwassec ond year of office as Mayor All the members wore present- A body which had been found In i pool of water near Carrlckfergus HenryWiley ironhomeCouncl1lorTpresentation HughONeillpion jig and reel dancer on the oc marriageIn Stones were laid In each of twy sections of toheCouncilThe1 jeventyrslx ontheroadA PatrickNolanEnnlseorthy atreethirtyYearsbranchesoffon anrtbeadistanceThe ofPortadowntheyhnveAlongthoofacresandmanydistricts of the town are inundated Inconvenience Imposed STYLESI I placeInthebrimsmallflatunderaklrtsandgowning Gowns of black satin combined with Instantaneous tashlonableThese brUIIrtnts material Many of the smartest suits have bedford cloth pique or lace cutlikeulation front plait button through collar and turnback cuffs WHERE JEWS HAVE PEACE Speaking at a public meeting in ofthehadlongto visit this beautiful country because it was the only country in the world in which his ancestors had not been persecuted CATHEDRALS While not geperally known it Is RomanCathoUc AXOTHER BISHOP DELEGATE DBishopI thStateFederation at Washlnyton D 0 DAYS OF THE WEEK MostBlessed PooSoulsr SoulsTuesday In honor of St Antony 4ageGuardiant i MoatBfeuedc oOuzC 8sttBf47a honor at out Minis uah y FRANK FEHR ORpO REWING CO Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING u INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY JOHN H FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY 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 Homo 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHNFOERTEINCORPORATED iT HERTOWN BREW CELEBFfA TEDOREA 1400 to 140S Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOU1SV3LLB K- YCuurPhone West 191 Home Phone 1913 vi rJIE WIEDEMANNINCORpORATED 1 BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flavor GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky WALNUTSTTHEATER Starting Sunday Matinee February 18 S H Dudley and Big Company WILL BRING HERE The Smart Set Bristling with fun of the sort that is both durable and wholesome Fifteen Song Hits and Jingles playRichMatinees Tuesday Thursday Satur day Best seats 25c Night Prices 25c 3Sc SOc 7Sc AVENUE THEATER Week Beginning With Matinee Sunday Afternoon ISEASOtiS BEST OFFERING The Fatal Wedding A Play of Great Heart Interest Presented by excellent company and Gladys Montague In leading role POPULAR PRICES Night Sunday and Holiday Matinees lOc 20c 30c Daily Matinees lOc 15c and 2Sc HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville AND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday coatln none CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTOj These arethe Leading CMeringspeelallygI COLUMSIA5c mandemeataaattaWrtortc 4fBptlc Bed comic CB THOMPSON FLORISTICTONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephone 1OBO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND PATIENTSI vllte hospKalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very rear onable For further particulars apply to t MOTHER MARY REGINA flBRCY HOSPITAL Sparks AttBae Jelfenonvllle lid HfNRY L JJIP1 POLSU 4 DYER AND GLEANER ilLadles and Gents Wearing Aipirif WORK GUARANTEED Piton 36JB 528 Fifth Strut CENTRAL FURNITURE COISiIncorporated N W Cot Third aid Green Stli We furnish the home 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