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I l SUITSMADETO MEAUR SEEI BACH HOTEL BULD A1 VOLUME XXVIIIINO 8 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS It T JUBILANT yorea Hlhorniaus Over the Ini tiation ot New Members Tuesday jfl Fourteen Moro Names Added to Roster of Ancient Order Ueurty Welcome Accorded Ladles Auxiliary and Stir IringTalks 1 AN EVENT TO BE REMEMBERED Initiation of Dl The jubilee joint ylslons 1 and Ancient Order of beEIiberntansday night Jn Falls City Hall1 will long remain a pleasant memory with those fortunate enough to witness tho impressive and instructive oxom pllficatloa ot the workings of this great prder of Catholic men Despite tho downpour ot rain the hall Was tilled to the standing room point and brilliancy was lent the by Auxthemary who were honor guests of the evening The proceedings wore opened by President Martin Cusick the audience singing God Save Ire land Several reports were tiled and referred to committees In order thato tIncould b as much time as possible given for the Initiatory ceremonies thPresidento chair upon the advent of Sergeant eneorting eluded Lawrence J Mackoy Thomas Stevens Thomas Quinn and Magis exampllfled= that surpassed all former attempts Sergeant Maloney and the guard ot honor next appeared with fourteen 4 candidates and the real work of the eraorr gree work which at times evoked rounds of applause as did also the singing ot the odes under the direc tion of Thomas Keenan Jr The lessons given In each degree were designed to arouse those who be members of the Ancient OrderI oftctonstll the sPIRt oftrue triendshlp which makes for butter Catholicity and citizenship No time was lost and President Cusick again resumed the chair in a happy manner inviting aU to remain and participate In the arranged I and the Ladles Auxiliary After all1 bad partaken of the light collation served with unstinted generosity abort period of time was given t songs talks and stories Capt Thomas Fltzglbbons sang an Irish ballad that stirred the heart ot everyone present as did also the touching song of Sergeant Maloney Attorney Thomas Walsh was In his best mood and for tho few minute- be ss addressed himself to the ladle- kept his hearers convulsed with laughter The Ladles Auxiliary choir rendered one ot their best selections followed by County Presl dent Dolan who spoke for the County Board and what was being done Miss Mary Corcoran responded for the Ladles Auxiliary express Ing appreciation for the honor bestowed upon them and gratitude foCthe warm welcome given them on this occasion She wished for thoI divisions continued success and many Tike Initiations promising that It would not be long until the Aux iliary would reciprocate and be hosts to their Hibernian brothers Thomas Tarpey delivered the apeoch of the evening In the courseI of which he paid high compliment to the Indies present who wore an In spiratlon and encouragement to all belonging to the Ancient Order andsigreat help In increasing Its member ship He pointed out the great good this society has done in the past for the people of Irish birth or descent the manifold benefits derived from membership and tho great work that yet remains to bo performed Dur- Ing jj the social session there was an artistic exhibition of Irish stop danc Jng and for the men there was an unlimited supply of Tarpoys best J JvanJ when all again Joined in singing and the auspicious meeting closed JenjoyedJ committee composed of Thomas Keenan Sr Councilman Charles GeorgeJand President Hugh Hourigan M INCULCATING PATRIOTISM Archblahope clergy of the dloceee of Nan OrleansLt yFebruaryy drens day The object of the lane J ration was to Inculcate patriott and love of country In the hearts o the rising generation The details of the affair were in charge of thel em1JJ1 aD WILL WAIT HOME RULE G Cardinal Farley la an address to tike Welle Society of Nww York City l141t Friday night laNd that be nwU4 never apt TMt Irakmd t IbdnwII- c a r L y y- U II- ra KENTUCKYIRISH t AMuRIt ibeen a member of the Gaelic Society over since its Inception In 1878 received a large delegation of the so ciety at the Cathedral residence In addressing them ho expressed the hope that Ireland will have homo rule In his lifetime I shall never set toot in Ireland again until ou native country has home rule the doesobtainorl till then I EQUIPPED For His High Office Is Papal Delegatev Bonzano While the newly appointed Papa Delegate aionslgnor Giovanni Don zano Is not generally known in this country he has many friends herd who have had the pleasure of meet- Ing I him In Rome These describe him aa a man about fiftysix years of age He Is a scholar speaks Eng lish fluently has held important positions and Is thoroughly equipped for the high office to which ho has en called by the Holy See Mon signor Bonzano was born at Vlge vano Province of Pavia of wellto do parents For a time ho served as- a missionary in the East whence he was recalled owing to illhealth In December 1900 he was appointed Rector of the College of the Propaganda He has been a domestic pre Thnd Delegate has bops closely Identified with the American hierarchy and IlaI on friendly terms with nearly all ltd blOllghthimdents In the American College 1In ome as they attended the lectures the College of the Propaganda He will be heartily welcome In this country and will without gees r receive an enthusiastic greeting from clergy and laity DICTA RAPIC Methods Prove Failure at Gary Bribery Inves Iteration The value of tho dictagraph and the Burns Detective Agency was amply shown up at the socalled bribery cases in Gary Ind thisIpast week by the following taken I from the Evening Post of that city j the Dean referred to formerly being Louisville Thomas 7 J3J Qlmse1todltt I fated the socalled dictagraph rec ords with which the prosecution ofII the Gary bribery cases hoped to con I elct and drive out ot office a number I of city officials and Councilmen In eluding Mayor Thomas E Knotts tt- Meyer HImmelblau the stenographer I employed by Dean to do the In famous work has confessed to the I part be played In the transactlonrr ahow Dean dictated the alleged rec t ords and then destroyed the original shorthand notes The Evening PostaIs enabled to publish the facts re t lating to one of the most infamous conspiracies ever hatched to sendcI public officials to the penitentiary on manufactured evidence t sThence follows the affidavit by Stenographer Hhnmolblau pthatf begun to think over the matter and t that his Irhimaccent men to prison and that tho money paid him had been received i from the Burns Detective Agency trialWilliamBuddhu William DandI 1testltJedvLeachmanof n Doulsvllle had eIdencouandtlHangerpsideharney was Jn the I aKnottsthoutcometnce the ndietedalDEATIIWASSUDDEN gTheabrennerwhriledt SCeclUatr 1 tto bheri hehomeh r reachg1butthhoused an attack of yeaegor agthato ShewasMissMagglo I sisterrsCONSECRATIONS Archbishop Keaneof bInsl 1gcQo ern of Cheyenne The consecrationva oOmahat t notbeenItaHatlonw111 ecraUonlnCheyenneArthblsh peli1ctDowJlng1 ect attend the ceremony which will tak l SRM Udate11Uoa e 1tGoers Ur0- n r i MENACE Hanrd ot Scurrilous A P A Shoot Requests Post Office Authori tics to Forbid Use pt Malls LlbcIoiiB Attack on Nuns and Convents Cause ot the 1Protest icUPPresident Tart has brought to tho attention of the Postmaster Goner a letter received by him from Rev Father M J Foley editor of the Western Catholic of Quincy HI regarding a scurrilous sheet publishtby the Rev 1 T C Aurora Mo Father Foleys letter to the President Is as follows To the President of the United States Doar Mr President The Is a limit to patience even among Catholics who are known for the proverbial patience under slander Insult I and libelI As editor ot a staunch Catholic American paper I have re ceived letters from the purest and noblest manhood of America fathers and brothers who ha daughters and sisters In conventsthomes as you know and as you ve recently borne testimony toof the purest and noblest women in our fair land The Indignant fathers and brothers of those American 1nd1 are stirred to desperation by the rlllalnous attacks of Ignorant bigots At this moment there Is printed in Aurora Mo the most infamous and diabolical slanders ever In this supposedly free land who ire boast about our glorious freedom ot conscience The name of this vile sheet Is a very appropriate one The Menace tahe peace happiness and wellbeing our country That this publication Is permitted to soil and contamina- the United States mail is an awl disgrace to the present postal administration for it contains tilmost diabolical libels against the purest women In America women whose selfsacrificing lives and noble work you yourself have often extolled There are hideous things In said sheet which I would not da submit to your perusal But tat e the following excerpt from one of Its latest issues Tho history of these institutions is ns black and appalling as arc tt pages besmirched with narratives ofthe the Inquisition That they are hul man charnel houses in tho full sense meaning of the term is evidenced by facts galore There are 1vl witnesses In numerous cases tic testify that they have seen the places destroyed by tire or razedCtho ground for tho excavation and erection of new buildings and that hi practically every Instance tho walls of the underground recesses Were bespattered with the brains of chifon of too recent birth while in the muck and mire of water and quick limo tho skeletons of those of vary- Ing ages are In many cases too a- oronsm to count Mr President what do you chinkday of that Understand well that the an of filthy mind who penned t hideout lies about our Cattolic convents is the Rev Y Mr Walker of the Menace Aurora HSUnderstand well that said publication enjoys second class postal privileges the present postal administra Understand well that we hatrthe attention of the Washington authorities to this untAmerlcann and antiCatholic pubccation without material results Our patience is exhausted I Be appealing to the National Federation of Catholic Societies repre several million Catholic thers and brothers throughout ourof republic I flrfit submit the to the Preslden of our coo knowing full well that ti- oadminded e noblehearted truth loving Hehating President will see it that the United States mall w11lI barred against the Menace and any publication that daslibel the fairest the purest and ti among our American women such a happy end may be con j ia the most earnest desire prayer of Yours very respect fully REV M J FOLEY Editor of the Western Cathalfoder Quincy 111 Tho President has caused the fololowing answer to be sent to Father FoleyThe I White House Washington My Dear Sir Your letter of the second Instant has been received dlrectioenine I to the attention of the Poi aster General Sincerely yours CHARLES D HmLBfi Secretary of the President Rev M J Foley 722 Mala street Quincy IllII I AGAINST NBWTREATmSII A nationwide campaign against da I propseaneth launched loaf week la New1 rk In a taternentaanonnel ngIorganisation of the toofetr Its I r8ta1J deeoeAeee the tompoed r1tltraUotrt a Ifa taMfal1 a Grtdtasari 1 au menace to Americas free institu tlono and adds If a tribunal wit JudicialJ powers capibe thus established tribunals frith loglslati powers can also lie establldhed If legislativel and executive tribunals are established by1 treaty It remains to create by freoryan executive power to enforce IhjB legislative en actments and judiciall decrees BEOENTDATHS The last solemn rites over the re mains of Charles IQbIU1 sixty years old and a respected resident of the West End were hold Monday morn- Ing at St Coclllasjliliurch Survlvln aim is his daughter Miss Vina tloban with vhoiri the resided at i2H St Xavier stteety The Church of bur Lady in Portland l l suffered a loes by the death of Mrs Sallie Price whose funeral to place Monday afternoon Rev Fath Connlff conducting tho solemn serv es BesIdes her lughter Miss Price two small sons mourn the loss of a devoted mother The sympathy fthe community is chilC 1 street whose beloved wife and inother was claimed by death last Sunday Mrs Barre was a member qt St Louis Ber trends church whore the funeral ttook place Wednesday raornftTgT Miss Margaret Slerney who died Saturday at the residence of her 3Sre6 North was bur 1rfed t funeralf TwentYSIXistreet Cecilia church of friends St Johns cemetery jjjj+ voThe manytrlenWor Mr and Mrs John Doll sympaltijzo deeply with them In the lossfibr their baby son John Francis Dc JJaged months who died ohday afternoon The funeral toolc lace from the re Catharfestreet Wednesday morning at J I oclock I funeralt RosannaDrury edatrehe Cathedral Her nth resulted from pneumonia following a long illness Mrs Drury waBlfe widow of Peter daughterUlsslllIttle cityofStoWlth Rev Thomas York as cole ulbrantof the hlgbljjnasa of requfe tagehirtyfour d lIng from St IJitia church when 12TrJ tvg ir lW1 lbttgofrespect tjrnurrnoniory Beardes Hlsr brother John L Lynch CQ7 East Ormsby ho leaves one sister reThe funeral of Mrs Hannah Purtlll wife of Joseph Purtlll 164 Gof Mondaymorning 1Cwas twentythree years of age and news of her death came as a shock to friends and relatives whom she was admired for her womanly virtues InngSttsoI ofChnrlesMazzonicaused a feeling of gloom to pervade her wide circle of friends by whom esteemAIrsffortyseven years ago and is sur rived by her husband and thr MrskJorgonzeal The funeral was held Wednes from the Cathedral and w largely attended h0Miss twentyIhrEet SouthSeventhpneumonia last Friday She was born whilehildd ea VIrginsSoda11tychurch During the past year death eavlngtheriver The funeral took place Monday morning from St Louis Ber trands church with a solemn mass requiem for the repose of her soul SICKn hihWJJIlam confinedPufferingexposure Joseph McAvoy engine ofthaNodutybecauePhU hot of the No 4 hook andLarkd company who was threatened with an attack of pneumonia is able vat up at his home Thlrtyal street and Rudd avenuetWILL TOUR IRELAND I Mr and Mrs Frank Carleton who 1 appeared here last week in vaude with their pleasing and refined d Irish sketch r araagetnentsspring and summer and have already been booked for some of the leading Irish cities The sketch of Mr a Mrs Carleton has been tndors everywhere by Irish societies And they are sure to receive a warm welcome in the tight little tele across the sea tNIGJ SELF 8TUMLHR t twrd U1D8Dle17 Knfjrti tt Jplin of feir 1 ayrhiet htlr eteatd JohB StumJer lrHe t tt ilia to II a1 p taa tidtJ r ttt O 1 0 ChI vowLast SuBday a Memorable Day In the History of Mackin OoiincU Receive Holy Communion Initiate Dig Class and Enjoy a Banquetg Trinity Council Now Making Splen1 did Progress With Its soketfDR BiZOT NAPPY TDASf MASTE RR Last Sunday was another meraora bio day In the history of events of ttthe Young Mens Institute and par tlcularly of Mackin Council On that day the great West End council re ceived twentyseven candidates into full membership Considering that the preceding initiation was less than four months ago this is a remarka ble increase and shows that Prcslt dent Frank Adams and the members behave not been Idle All the candidates sand many members of Mackin re ceived holy communion at St An thonys church at 730 oclock 1to the morning the largo number presenting a sight most edifying The Initiatory work took place in the afternoon at tho club house on Twentysixth street and was con findegree team under the lead of Cliness Sandmana 0All pronounced the degree work thet best yet seen and was so well done as to leave a lasting impression In the class were Edward J Brady Martin T Feeney Robert J Ten chy John OConnor John C Baum Bon Schnopp Jr Albert L Mlms William T East Edwin M Noone Joseph J Gruesser De rt Williamd ph A Cuslck Ell Edwin Elliott Williaml Charles Schott James J Brown Jr Charls R OConnell John R Dan Robertm E Carroll John L Glenn Joseph Do meler and Bernard J Henley Fathers Raffo Felten and tramper were present and deliver i etirringnddreseea oYDPnI9X1Uho 4awork and gave the now and old members great encouragement In the evening at 630 oclock a grand banquet was served at the now Tyler Hotel tp which the members the Y M I were Incited and ao well represented After partaking ofthe the delectable viands Dr A R Biztcongratulated Mackin on securing happybyly welcomed the new members He In troduced Rev Father Weltokemp- as the first speaker who told of h- troduction Into the order elevennyears laservegothrough wbetterpersuade by word and examplemDr Michael dRobertson Camdee R McAtee Charles Rald g S dhelley1 dent Adams were also heard from asbappropriate After prayer by Father Folten all dispersed t hheMonday night tooth Trinity atmeetingsAt satlsractory MusicalClubManager Garrity for the Shube Tuesday and24forSergeantKittyotter Easter a class of at least fifty would receive the degrees blackhCouncils members were entertained with an instructive address by Rev Father Felton The programme for next Monday night includes a debate ThatCapltaJBeAbolished affirmative ALinkpromisto bergiving much study to the subject I LENTEN SERVICES During the Lenten season the devotloli Retrxtevery Sunday afternoon at 330 theCt088all the Sunday evenings the Passion InEJigUand Holy Trinity churches On Tues YIJt1ey will preach at St Cecilia e and on Wednesdays at Holy lSr heather Cyril s conducting t Lenten devotions at St Stephens laD theRetreatbusyedLONG ILLNESS ENDS j severalmoRNlsAMariml wlaimedlaweekd p reni he Is suryiyed py three IItpe d Rettotfl TNalga tie d46 fc liIi Y eiie arldby tbei4rwert oaa I R r l ar and Foundry Company since aving school All who know him like hUn and for the bereaved young ife there Is the most profound sym parry The funeral took place Sunday afternoon from St Augustines church of which ho had been a member from boyhood Rev Fatheri John OConnell officiating at tend he obsequies lush LORD Will Not Longer Support the Belfast Brand of Loyalty Lord Klllanln who until recently was a stanch pillar ot Irish Union1 lam can be regarded no longer as- upporter a of what he describes the Belfast brand of loyalty He that a spirit of fanaticism alone can be responsible for the ac alone of any section of Belfast men who refuse to give a hearing to Lord Plrrle and he considers It would be undignified for any man of sense or political honor to be identified with such a rabble Lord Killanlus popularity in the west of Ireland has been sufficient to enable him to de feat the Nationalist In a square ale lion fight In his native city of Gal way Follies have now in his view degenerated into sordid personal inI terests and be means id future deOto his activities toward the 1 dustrial development of the counI try In a month or so he will ma a trip to the Unied States where hopes to interest some fln ncl friends In the Port of Oalwa scheme which has now attracted his holehearted support His father the late Lord Morris was a cele braced wit and one of the ornamen of tho Irish judicial bench but the son was attracted early to politics a eld In which It was believed would distinguish himself The in dlcatlons are however that he Is too broadminded for presentlaymachine Ideas KIW0 ME Oilt Great Celtic Scholar WillI Tour the United StatesFlDubJln press reports state that Dr Kuno Meyer the distinguished G Iaaman scholar will proceed to America Ir1Pl language movement His seHlm- posedtask i e reodemenu vhichjii not at the moment in holrlfhyeoRdltionTlraantlClpons absorbedthodurIngmuchitthought to the financial necessities of language revival The profess knows no politics beyond clafml wherethereandfor tertongueisLong before the Gaelic movement enjoyed any popularity even in Ire nd Kuno Meyer was a Celtic scholar of European eminence and togethert wlh Douglas Hyde he has orked incessantly both In and o of Ireland to rouse interest in U ute Sodeeplyoraturo that ho now fools no uaf1 thatdoesf thatLondon Celtictoa1 as s influenced tho study of Celticl 1 Althoughandtemperamentt has been so long Identified with tipllanguage movement in Ireland th Irishmen have come to regard him one of themselves rtTAl r IN PARADE i In response than invitation re ceived from Mayor Fitzgerald of Boston onMonday thelapell good shlllelah and ride at the h andEvacuation 18ThovicInityarel grandest celebration in thelrbletor DELEGATES APPOINTED The local Federation of Cathol j Societies has been material LoulsvlJleiClumbusWhichwith the federation which now ox ton CathDUe SVlDta m Klapheke appointed the following as delegates from Louisville Coua 230 seHodaPDEdward J Bosler Dr Michael Ca Cronehe 1 J Duane John W Kelly Walt It E BHMAYSVHLB I 1 St Patricks church atwaa the wena1andpopnlyounge a Father P M Jpaea pwr Qmed t marriage cerempiy wid attracted t Mrgr tether jar of frjttiaf 1L1 BdreltI tli+ e ofeprldyattd J i c I OVERCOATS 15 UNION MADE SEELIIACH HOTEL BUILINB WfLCOMfDI U St Johns Branch Holds ltoii lug Meeting oi Catholic Knights Kntcrtnimled Central Commit tee and Guests in Hospit able Manner Branch 25 in the Contest tor Supreme Council a6Prize FACTS AND FIGURES PRESENTED Judged from the results of last Monday nights meeting of the Cath ollc Knights of America under the auspices of Branch 25 at St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut streets the membership campaign planned by Secretary Ben Kruse and the Central Committee will surpass old expects faneach month for the purpose of hold bringingben HapyCommitteeyearntoWhen President William T Mee han wasbeMiss Gertrude McGinn Miss Teresa McDermott President John Schalda JohnKinnoySccretaryDen CharlesFobtained received from Gen Michael Reiohort and Miss Louise Fackler who were unable to be present because of sick PresidentMeehanandispatchedrapidlyUartlncr1tIcatlythatIlIchaelsorder was improving Charles Las appllcatlonapromised for the first Monday n- nAIqrch Supreme Deputy John Klnnejl of Jeffersonvlllo the first speaker In pleasedandpresent and then addressed at some Knightsnrto prepare for the dark hour that ac OatholleKnightskemakes for the better man and citizenhobesides InmanyPresidentnext introduced and delivered a stir fIgures Cl1tholoKnightsganizations pointing out the differ ences that exist and the safe position occupied yearsbethefraternaltheCathoUereservefundandanyotheroSupremo Delegate Harry Veene InterestIng i which was organized in tho hall of Y B l HaointedshouldaeBranch 25 contorttheSupremo beinahperform spokeorbecomeafitllated thatthePresidentTreasurerEugenegates by acclamation BenKrusefestivetyrefreshmentsRwerohoardCentratCOmmlttees promIse betonextvisitdecided but announcement will be made in these columns URGE HOME RULE From 15000 to 20000 LondonersY inTrafalgar ofA1hltdemonstration theHouseseventhurgingrgenerousenas Is consistent with the maintenance of imperial supremacy and suggest amedatbetoEngland tedWJnIamomemberoaa grandson of William Ww dtheh1 Lthamoorat eaue of home rule lit iaxs n rTar o I t I KEJSrUdK I SH A1tIERIO N 1 1GLs lIRISHl11 flMERIGM CatbollcasurekdOfficially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young tans Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorponted Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC Ootired it the LanltrllU Poitottlc a SecoodClM flitttr iareti all CoHmuoleittoat to tie KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Wet Oreen St UiaeN TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KySATURDAY FEBRUARY 24 1912 GOOD BILL It Is earnestly hoped that both houses of the Legislature will pass Senator Mark Ryans bill which takes the appointment of tho jail matron out of the hands of the Womens Nominating Board who I have been a serious handicap to the administration of Jailer Pflanz IT IS TO LAUGH The Evening Post continues Its dally criticism of the present police department and tells what a splendid force we had under the Grinstead ad ministration Probably they refer to oxCapt Foster who Is now under arrest In Indianapolis or exCapt Pope Speed who was Indicted for running a game of chance It also forgets to state how exCapt Lusch Inger attended to duty being busy at night delivering the Post In a police automobile INDIAN SCHOOLS As no question Is ever settled until It Is settled right there need be little surprise that the religious phase of the educational question Ilike Banquos ghost reappears occa sionally to haunt the American public How many there are who do not know that there Is no connection whatever between the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions and tho Government schools taught by Sisters Fortysix Catholic Indian mission schools depend for their en tire support on the voluntary offer Ings of the Catholics of the United States receiving no benefit from the tribal funds UEBUKEFORnOBSON Richard Pearson Hobson who was drawing pay from Congress while neglecting his duties and delivering a long series of lecture engagements at 200 per night merited tho rebuke administered him by Congressu u jnari John J Fitzgerald of New York Chairman of the Appropria tions Committee and Representative Hay of Virginia Congressman Hay described the legislative meth ods of Hobson the hero of the Morn mac as cowardly and underhanded and Chairman Fitzgerald said the Alabamian was neglecting his duty as a member of the House while chasing Imaginary phantoms on the Chautauqua platform and de livering Imaginary messages to the people Their anger was aroused because Hobson had inserted In thQ Record statements reflecting on them and growing out of the controversy over the Hay army reorganization plan His friends were reported uneasy while awaiting his return to Washington but there need be little fear that he wUl create any great furore BONAR LAW LOSES The present session of the British Parliament opened with an intensely embittered state of party feeling and a prearranged affront to the King by the Diehard Peers who wanted to punish him for agreeing to create new Peers last year and his suspected sympathy with the Irish home rule bUt In the House of Commons the Unionists inflamed by a supposed reaction in tho country in their favor and the imaginary weakened condi tion of the Government resolved upon rushing tactics Their new leader Sonar Law elated by the plaudit he received for his Albert Hall speech which was full of rash and groundless statements with fatal imprudence thought to repeat his performance on the floor of the House The result was that within two hours after Parliament met he bad blundered into two indiscretions e which utterly demoralized his party and Irretrievably damaged frig reputation causing hIm to be placed- trader J the tutelage of Austen ChamI 6rlIn and Walter long the two men whom he beat in the race for Balfours shoes Every Unionis- tpaper1ntne Country has been busytt er tlnee explaining away his declaration that till party if returned to Power would repeal the Insurance I to Th l1whenPrime Minister imtttth challenged him to bring his charge at erruplon against the Government tothe teat of examina UODa rpM HouseuLaw beat a tribtt decJarlmg that he made no obarge but only ak 4 tor formation t rta tb Tinuw token another Jcal tltnupT Te Yie See itr ton lplbaltuta 3a rt aiuilaed11s file mviterf or ti11 0 4 House of Representatives who aro charged with having committed a political blunder Our farseeing neighbor thus views tho situation Tho Democratic majority in the House has voted to bestow on tho makeIhim absolute and all powerful in his dictation of party affairs He can If he so desires use it to step from the Governors chair into the United States Senate He can if bo so desires employ it to defeat the politi cal ambition of every man who on Tuesday of last week voted to make him a dictator Hereafter If the Senate approves the Hamilton sub stitute the beginning and the end of the Democratic party will bo tho Governor What appears to be a well founded report states that Theodore Rposo velt will within tho next three days make known his decision whether ho will accept the Republican nomina tion for President The March Issue of The Common Cause will bo an interesting one It will contain a serious indictment against Socialism supported by sober facts and convincing logic Henry Watterson is now tho ancient mariner in tho lighthouse tower because he himself hath said It What next The Lenten season Is now upon us Observe It with the right spirit and it wont seem long in passing BLESSED STATIONS St Columbas church was thronged Sunday night to witness the blessing of the fourteen beautiful new stations of the cross just placed therein by the pastor Rev John Kalaher The solemn ceremony was performed by the Rev Ignatius Wllkons of St FatherI church who also preached an able and eloquent sermon rather Kala her Is doing everything possible to beautify StcolUmbas church and is being rewarded by a steady growth of his congregation CATHEDRAL Members of the congregation and visitors to the Cathedral wore re- Joiced this week when they saw in place two more of the beautiful bythethefinestwindoW Christintosouth portrays the miracle of the water and wine at the marriage feast at Cana JOHN H SHEA The Fiscal Court held a short ses Importantbusiness reelectionAuditorSheaClerkHoFIscalCourtfilledtheways affable and accommodating abouttheCATHOLIC CHILDRENS PAPER ExtensionSociety ChildApostlepriests of the society specially for twentyfivecentssamplecopytewntyfivecents AddressMcCormickFOLEYS NEW BERTH sportIngEveningPosthas tobocomeeditorialstaffwill have charge of the baseball department of that paper Matt is writerseverbrightfuturethough sorry to see him leave Louis yule TOMORROWS COLLECTION ofthewill be for the Catholic Indian and UnitedStatea yforJ j Farley j OAPT OUST IMPROVING J J NoBhook i aU8tallied Il atthe1 JU8 SI walkiac about with the aid I miraculouselope j tailoadofMendsj II III I II IPIFTYJ ANNIVERSARY Mr and Mrs John J Reilly cele brated their fiftyeighth wedding an niversary last Tuesday evening a their residence 714 Zane street sur rounded by their numerous progeny Mr and Mrs Rellly have two chil dren living David J Reilly and Mrs S W Boardman the latter of Evans lInd four other children James John Mike and Will all be- Ing dead There are nineteen grand children living and two dead Seven are the children of Mr and Mrs Dave Reilly five tho children of Mrs John Rellly five tho children of Mrs William Rellly and two who were the children of Mr and Mrs James Rellly both parents being dead There are three great grand children two being the children of Mr and Mrs John Pendergast and the other the child of Mr and Mrs D SOCIETY Mrs Henry Shea of Maysville ha been here visiting her cousin Mrs McCloy in Clifton Miss Ula Ray accompanied MissII Blanche Tobfn to Frankfort and will be her guest for several weeks Miss Edith Malone has from New York where she attended the Cornell University prom Mrs John OBrien has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Thomas Judge at Birmingham Ala Miss Ruth Malone has almost en tirely recovered from her serious ill ness to the great relief of her many friendsMrs J B Dawson has returned t her home at Lebanon Junction a pleasant visit with her sister Mrs John Stoerr Col Harry B Driver and wife and son William Driver have been en Joying a weeks sojourn at West Baden Springs Miss Annie McOill left Sunday for New York to Join Mrs C P Thomp i son of Minneapolis for a trip to Bermuda slandsIMiss Margaret Moran of this city and Miss Edna Benson of New Al bany left Tuesday to take positions at Parkersburg W Va Misses Mary and Gertrude Mc Ginn returned the first of the week from a delightful ten days sojourn at French Lick Springs Miss Anne Tobin and niece Miss Virginia Tobin of Frankfort who WillivisitMiss Margaret McKenna returned Friday to her home at Fairfield ac companied by her cousin Miss Alice Curtin with whom she had been vis iting I I Patrolman W J Sullivan of the Fifth district who suffered serious injury to his knee by a fall on the Ice six weeks ago is making slow progress toward recovery I I Sergeant Jerry Quill of the First police district who has been 111 from exposure to the recent cold weather has almost entirely recovered and expects to be able to return to his post Edward next MondarII of this city and Miss Mary Heitz of Jeffersonvllle wore united In mar RevLouischurch performing the ceremony John F Gllhooley and bride who was ailss Genevieve Murphy have II tripandI at 219 Locust street Jeffersonvllle I theirfriendsI There has been much rejoicing In the Hendricks home 126 North Clay PapaTohnInhonorgenialfatherhisfriendsMr and Mrs Michael Leone of 119 West Jefferson street announce the engageemnt of their daughter GasparGlasalone theSixthearly in the spring AlIceCantyatthelomeWestMadisonknow that her condition showed im dangerpointalJlndlcaUons MargaretFordweregivenof their marriage which took place stMlchaeltheceremony tkverythebride I J coupleleftcerenionyforsitar February M will be at home 1 ThebrideC- rr n Percy Bareford of New Albany Mr and Mrs Jtoilly were both born in thetCounty of Limerick the parish of Effin February 20 1854 and on Juno 4 of tho same year came to Louisville and with the exception of a residence on West Magazine street have lived in that section here known as Limerick being the oldest residents of the Dominican parish residing there seven years before the present church was built Only a littlo over a month Intervenes between their birthdays Mr iRellly be ing eighty years old the twenty fourth of next June and Mrs Rollly will bo seventyfive the eleventh of May Many congratulations were showered on this splendid old couple Tuesday and predictions of further anniversaries were freely predicted Ford and is well known for her musical talent Mr Keefe is con nected with the Louisville Gas Com pany FRANKFORT l Brilliant Wns Reception nut Banquet di tile Kniglits Jii dofGolumbiiH Lieut fJov McDermott and Members ot Legislature Guests 1 Arrange For Series ot Lenten Lectures by Prominent 0Prtestr WORKING FOR MORE MEMBERS By far the most brilliant and en joyable social function of the legls jlatlve session at Frankfort this win ter was the reception and banquet tendered Lieut Gov Edward J McDermott and the Knights of Colum bus who are members of the present Kentucky General Assembly by Frankfort Council K of C on Thursday evening of last week at the Frankfort Hotel The seventyfive members of Frankfort Council were augmented by visitors from Lexing ton and Louisville which brought the attendance up to about a hun dred That the affair was the brilliant success it proved to be was I unI Lutkemeler and Financial Secretary i L F Schroft who spared neither pains nor expense to provide for the enjoyment of their guests Past Grand Knight John R Sower presided as toastmaster and ac quitted himself in a highly cred table and happy manner in present- Ing the numerous speakers of the evening The principal address was made by Lieut Gov McDermott in response to the toast Kentucky and was delivered in his usual eloquent and convincing style Rev Joseph A Flynn rector of th Church of the Good Shepherd re sponded to the toast Pope Plus X and delivered an address that prove highly enjoyable Senator Mark Ryan of Louisville delivered an Impromptu talk that was very Inter Ing Politics of the Time oi Christ by Hon G L Drury Knights of Columbus by Hon Samuel L Robertson and The Christian Mother by HonT H Elder were all getas of oratory and arare treat for all who were fortunate enough to be present The aIon Council 1483 by Grand Knight P B Lillis After singing the national anthem America the entertain ment came to a close and all de parted for home happy in the knowledge of having spent one of the I most pleasant and enjoyable even Ings of their lives as guests of the Frankfort Knights of Columbus On Tuesday evening the council gave its closing entertainment until after Easter The spacious hall In the Capital Trust building was comfortably filled with members and their friends Progressive euchre oclockfollowedJoyed until midnight The Enter tainment Committee has already begun preparations for a series ef spring entertainments the first of which will be given Immediately after Easter arrangedfor duringUlE whoareColumbus While some will be ex clusively for members of the Knights giventhatwU1 tlJeGoodthelattermuch good to the council ar It will membersbut betterand more familiar with the great theKalttsotColiHBbu8JIIa BgAryllfhlliethe r u nirdseye 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 Ardmorc 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 boundsof reason and haveYnothing 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 ifi endorsement of Louisville business men who have investigated the proposition ReadILouisville Ky January 311 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 McEWOlT DR CHAS A EDELEN WM CALLAGHAN A jjo 1 J BARRYAa i 1 Messrs Burns and Kirkham the representatives of the company are locatedat 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 0 10 ROSSMORE APARTMENTS LOUISVILLE KY WALNUTSTTHEATER Starting Sunday Matinee March 3 MR RICHARD J JOSE Supported by His Own New York Coif 4itiSILVER THREADS OlddShore Acres Matinees Tuesday Thursday Satur iday Best seats 25c Night Prices 2Sc 35c SOC 7Sc HOPKINS THEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday contin uous AVENUE THEATER Week Beginning With Matinee Sunday Afternoon- A BRAND NEW THRILLER Based on New York Famous Grime The Chinatown Trunk Mystery A molodrama based on a most interesting story and a theme that has set many thinking POPULAR PRICKS Night Sunday and Holiday Matinees lOc 20c 30c Dally Matinees lOc 15c and 25c CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving flc lure Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA 56 Uader the same matt Pre lirietetictlsatratkaad l t t t eNO ONNNN4NiNO ii4w For Your Furniture WantsS I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best IJAMES GREENE 11ee9I Better Get Acquainted With MULLOYS COFFEEEVERY- BODY THAT EVER USED IT WILL TELL YOU THAT ITS I QUALITY AND FRESHNESS NEVER VARY TRY HIS SPECIAL GRADE AlI3 LbsaFor 75c M l IS A BIG FAVORITE YOULL LIKE IT JOHN M MULLOY Home Phoa ijjj f1fi W MAI2ICIIZ STREET Charlie WhiteMoon THE COW BOY HERBALIST Sole Owner and Originator of COM S9EExponent Roots and Herbs Nye Office and Ubiratorr 37293731 WBroadwiyLMlsrllle kyr fffjt ttttttf 11 ttEhirIIPK WlXM CNAIR UIMI AL KOLa345 West Green Street Jlttumu S LRI R I I 10 p- ti 4y r- iI I nONTUOKY SE AME IOANa BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY I I IT IS ALWAYS PUREJJ j II McKenna M Distiller Fairfield Kv D J DOUGHERTY S J McBLLIOTT I DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT9 Funeral Directors and EmbalmersJJ Both Phones 2098 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL 30CASION8 All Call Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t t t t t t t t Ht tt 1 a I than W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer J I Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 1 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 I Ike+e Phone 6887 Cumb Mien E67 iI and r All the late and new rylec and nan be here at and see us U 1 1 W ST I 1180 of All c CM Eftt- i Ji aid a 8M l ty etiY I HOME PHONE 2222 RUBBER TIRES 1 I TO LAME AND NORSE CAUER JFOR j Every For and I I and POST CAMS PICTURE 321 West and AND HORSE Called Forland AND FORGE SEVENTH Store 560 Fourth POSTOFFICE Greenhouses Charles Texas Streets Shapes found reasonable prices Call John B 1111 MARKET and Embalmer Undertakers u1rATIn AGNES SMITH LADY BALM Mfctar k4MrM OVJlllJr PaO OVTX Henry A Grassman Practical Horse Shoe rand Wagon Builder SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN HORSES NOJimVERED 16121614 WEST MAIN ST KODflK SUPPLIES Requisite Amateur Professional Photographers Photographic Printing SOUVENIR FRAMING ll Jtd Jefferson Loulivllle DRJ T CHAWK Infirmary Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC PRACTICAL SHOEING Horses Delivered OFFICE 713715 STIW HENRY FUCHS FLORIST Avenue OPPOSITE Ratterman Finiral Dlrecior Telephone Independent htacad INTERFERING Developing Veterinary HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers eio FjBjEi- Telephone H AvE1TUE 1622 Catholic Order of Foresters Greatest Catholic Fraternal Insurance Order la the World Members in Good Standing 150000 BMlhbeBefllspald since organli8d138620flO JOIN NOW WM CAIUBHAH Stats Organizer 27 10 W Jeff HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUOR- Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers In Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelsont BOTTLED IN BOND TelephwwWB 234 SIXTH STRUT JLBrownfieidGoBI 553 THIRD ST ERiiiiir aidd CHtracfor 5TEArdandHOTWATERI1EATINO Dye t Build WitfeeeitJMeira i r M- eiMllteralK a tII1 c HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOenerl News Notes Wisconsin reports an Increase of over 25 per cent during 1911 Division 4 meets Monday night All who can are urged to be present This iIs the salon when members should seek their friends to Join the1 order j Divisions 1 and 8 are to be con gratulated upon the success of the joint initiation membersICallahan on the The division at Milwaukee the largest In the country added 105 to its roll during the past year The committee arranging for the St Patricks day celebration promise a first class and pleasing programmeII Last week at Utica county degree team officiated at the initiation of a class of sixtyfive at the meeting of Division 2 Tho recently organized Ladies Ladles Auxiliary of Jeffersonvlllo Is rapidly Increasing Its membership The charter list is still open Six hundred guests witnessed the Joint Initiation of Division 4 and Ladles Auxiliary 8 at St Paul Na tional State and county officers wereI presentThe suggestion has been made that tho four Louisville divisions get to gether and have a good union Initia tion before the arrival of warm weatherOne the most enjoyable affairs of the winter In Joffersonvllle the leap year dance of the wasII Auxiliary The hall was thronged with the best people of the city The Ladles Auxiliary of Duluth had a supper last week and an exhibit of Irish lace crochet and miscellaneous I work Imported from Ireland l and also some Irish tog oak Hibernians will be pleased to I know that John J Keane has recov ered from his long Illness and Is I again able to be out and give his personal attention to his business affairs Just Imagine says National Presl dent Regan the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Ladles Auxiliary are approximately 250000 Each IofI slblo to have half a million of our people making public profession of faith on St Patricks day March 17 State and county officers and delegations from Indianapolis Peru Kokomo Anderson and Lafayette witnessed the first Initiation con ducted by the Ladles Auxiliary de gree team at Logansport Ind Forty candidates received the degrees the work being dono in a careful and creditable manner Five hundred attended the reception that followed Last SOLEMNLY Sunday I DLESSEDII Father T H Reverman D C L and his parishioners had the rare pleasure of the solemn blessing and canonical erection of the handsome new stations of the cross in St Edl1 l wards church at Jeffersontown church was filled with people to witness the ceremonies which were performed by a priest of the Fran ciscan order who also preached a most Instructive sermon on the way of the cross BEST EVER HELD Sunday was a gala day for Sher man Council Y M T and its mem bers of Indianapolis Last week the boys closed a very successful mem bership contest and Sunday after noon the Initiation of a class of 100 took place In their hall on East North street Great preparation had I been made and it was declared the best that has yet taken place in tho Hoosier capital OPKINSTJIEATER Another excellent vaudeville pro gramme Is promised for next week at the Hopkins Theater which IsI now crowded at every performance There are six numbers on the bill all presented by people foremost on the vaudeville stage and In addition some surprising moving plcturcsII BOARD 5IEETINO CALLED i Frank 0 Adams Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors of the Young Mens Institute has called a meeting of that body in this city on March 3 Tho sessions will bo held It Mackin Council club house and it Is expected the entire Kentucky Jurisdiction will be represented LEXINGTON WEDDING The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Murphy and Stewart Strader was solemnized this morning at 7 at tho parsonage of St Peter Ichurch the Rev Father Punch offlI elating The attendants were thli I brides sister Mrs Kelly and McLaughlln NEW ALBANY Dennis R Gleason of Now Albany was this week appointed Deputy I AlbanSaI by State Game Warden Mlles SAVORY KIDNEY flRemoveI Then cut Into dice Place a frying pan on the stove and when it te tablespoonrulea chopped onion and the kidney LetI I overIl Season with salt and pepper a coupe of tablespoonfuls of tock MJd enough flour to thicken I also a mlaute R iIs g early to serve BXDLWM CHAIN j AvmotMe to afhri of a BMS ai lists Ittu+ ft a Haan a It Is wol psi sauiewttt tuna roa arowa r THOMASKEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All AtXrrfage1225 W MARKET ST tJ BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- HeleotroPa Etc Cemetery Work a specIaltya REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR ItEPILEPTICThe Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonvllle hospitaltor of epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very row enable For further particulars apply tc MOTHER MARY REGINA of flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Arctic Jelerionllle Ilid BEAUTIFUL FRESH CUT FLOWERS Prom our own Conservatories also all kinds of PALMS FERNS BEDDING PLANTS Burfrts VegetableSeeds F WALKERCO to 634 S FOURTH AVENUE Opposite St Josephs Infirmary St REIN kAJIJ POLS DYER AND CLEANERD Ladies and Gents Wearing Appanl WORK GUARANTEED phone aojs 528 Fifth Street CENTRAL FURNITURE COCIncorporated N W Cer Third and Green Ste We furnish the home com plete on easy payments It I WM CALLAOHAN Mgr Sales Dept HENRY HUNOLD DEALER N- FancyStaple and Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Hems Phone 4330 524 Wi WALNUT t I FOB WOMANS EYE i Tho distinctive feature of the new lingerie gowns Is the prodigal use of filet lace Hat crowns are smaller than they were but sufficiently large to sUp over the ears- Checked i 1 vests are seen In to Ii colored suits and fold back at th top In small reversIFrench lace veils are seen tied 1 a In large bow of two loops and held by a hairpin in the center ratlncspau de chamois etc have a vest af white taffeta embroidered in metal IBlouses will be of thin transpar ent fabrics and are Introducing high girdles and bretello effects If the fichu la not worn Soft belts ending at the back are finishedwith a rosette of side plaited ribbon held by an Immense centeryYellow aigrettes ornament ban deaux of black tulle or velvet rib bon others In these black materials are clasped by buckles or clasps o rhinestones Long lashes of brocades forming soft girdle round rosette With high button of the same In the cen terhave two long ends at the backi with end fringed five Inches ODtTBfdeepII In his talk to the girls of St Jo Bepha parochial school while i New Orleans last week woulttJ not make use of the ballot even Ifl it wars edtorJfYOU dONldl 11I10U wMl have to give up dthir I and more tImportant things Home suat oven 1rOl6ails lettltl- rpksry t sad age oaa MtMfalsea of hYa hma atw ia iJ1 pOUtl4ial ok tloIt tItJijD tirra r a KNIGHTS 1 OP COL11BUSt I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Twentyflvd applications were acted on at last weeks meeting of the council at Olean N Ys A now council was Instituted Sun day at ColumDUSWlB Another Is In process of organ zUon at Dele vanOne hundred and fifty children were made happy at the valentine party glv6n them by the council at Evansrllle Chris A OConnor who Is well known In this city has been elected President of the Indianapolis Home There gas no exemplification of the fourth at Cincinnati last Sunday failure to send In applications being responsible This year Buffalo Council sot aside Lincolns birthday for the fourth degree exemplification which was carried out at the Hotel Statler where 150 candidates presented themselvesThe initiation of Covington Newport Councils was a success At the banquet In the evening toasts were responded to by the Right Rev Bishop Maes Rev Father I M Ahman and Lieut Gov McDermott The Knights of Fargo held a pa triotic celebration of Washingtons birthday Rev William Colbert pastor of the Cathedral and exchap lain In the army who saw service In the Philippines and Alaska delivered the oration One hundred Knights under commend of Capt B H White directed the work of the fourth degree exem at Chicago on Thursday is estimated that a thousand men all In full dress received the honors this degree TRIBUTE TO NONCATHOLICS Cardinal Farley as central figure an enthusiastic dinner of the Fordham University alumni Monday night at which graduates of George town Holy Cross and other Catholic institutions were present paid tribute to the President of the United States to the Governor of New York to the Mayor of the city and to the thousands of nonCath bllcs who had shown him and the church honor since his elevation to the CardinaateCOVINGTON j Dr Charles Kearns Sr one of the veteran surgeons of Covington left Saturday for a trip across the ocean be gone about five months The doctor has done valiant work for the j poor and for the past fortyseven years was the medical adviser of the Elizabeth Hospital where be looked after many charity cases v V ELECT JAMES MARRA James Marra prominent In the life of Jeffersonvllje was a member of the Board of- irectors of the Indiana Business Hens Association which closed Its annual meeting at Indianapolis last Friday Jeffersonvllle was re relented In the convention by a number of her leading merchants COOKRAX AND LESLIE The Irish Fellowship Club of Chi Is arranging for a notable gathering for Its observance of St Pat ricks day which will take place on March 18 Announcement has been made that Hon Bourke Cochran of Now York and Shane Leslie of Ireland will be present and speak at the banquet MISSION AT ST MARTINS The mission that opened last Mon day at St Martins church Shelby and Gray will continue all next week Every night tho church has been thronged with people to hear the two prominent Precious Blood missionaries Fathers Heldman and Bchlachter COLESBURG WEDDING The marriage of Miss Stella M Wlllen and Arthur Fowler was sol emnized Tuesday morning at St Clares church at Colesburg Father John Gastaldl officiating The bride Is a daughter of Charles aioMlllen and the groom Is a son of William Fowler BASEBALL isiselecteduwilleStAnthonyscommittee will be appointed MARRIED AT PADUOAH Last Tuesday at Paducah Miss Margaret MoVey Cecil and Don P Martbn both well known residents of that city wre united In marriage at St Frances de Sales church tho performing MAN AND GOD Danger of death always brings Ia man to his knees A storm at sea will cause a man to bo most ferven- f In his supplications If there Is no God why is WaY KINDSa peopliwhOIthe first class the longer they live secoaTr 1 IjpJace jnterwtti with the third ther le Intellect energy spirit and cour = age To which elMs do you belong CABLE SIGNAL SPEED aHOOBdJmlljl of an AtUnHc wbU FRANK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OU SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one Who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY PALLS 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 JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATSDBUTCHERTOWN r BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER JQQtoJL4Q8 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVHXS XT Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 IITUEWIEDEMANNrvcoaron- ntepEBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellentflavof QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky OLD FORTUNArBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO IlfOOnPOUATKD IMPORTERSaor 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 Per and Delivered 404 EAST MAIN STREET HOME PHONE 5579 CB THOMPSON FLORIST ONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOtIRTH AVBNUSJ 1050tAll orders receive prdmptattentio and satisfaction guaranteed ROOGrSd tee BOOK 60u- d PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES eTo wit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of- T goods They are the finest of their kind fin the city Pub 354KIWwi ktiIlN orsric r+ I1Tt X- 4MWiI tJEfftllJOfI Strae A PETER M ANDRIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repalrlig+ uj Rrlier Tru 208 AND 207 WEST GREEN ST1e Give your bey as egreaHea tut11pretbete fee M- kT XAVIL S COL 112 W1redwy LMIsH1N tre aeriaatorI- rctheitw x tue- U J1l1 ENrUOKV t11UJA R10AN f1 SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS THE BIG STOREh LAST WEEK OF THE MidWinter Clearance Sale COME AT ONCE AND GET YOUR SHARE OF THE WONDERFUL BARGAINS THEBIG STORE-M ILTON MARBLESTONE CO 4Z4 WeatMarket Bttween stIIPoirtfa tad Fifth L 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 1 VOLZ MICHAEL 336 WEST MARKET STREET I JAsJ NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON 4- 9i i Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS ItpNON NNtNiOfNt61Mt1HNtNiiNONiNaMtt9 cc FOR QOODNESS SAIiE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South ili44N041NOf41MN0PNdeNO 4N4NlMOl44N I NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC 1 SAFETY ON AND After March 1 1912 CARS WILL STOP ONLY ON Near SideI of Street Intersections TO LET PASSENGERS ON AND OFF LOUISVILLE RAILWAY COMPANY IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Oct the BEST in the start andWI be satisfied in the END USE DIAMONDPLASTERa I MANUFACTURED BY I KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER GO Jaeorporate4aPtantLMttyHto I e PORTLAND LAUNDRY I t LO O SPERSENPROPKCOLLARS and CUSPS 18c Per Dozen l IUIJfJlcDIUI 9 AVH1 + n 7C7A I ANN VERSAY Columbian Athletic CI Celebrates Washing tons Birthday Tho Columbian Athletic Club c brated George Washingtons birth In great style Being the aeve anniversary of the club the a1 jai Ij i Fr PRESIDENT BEN BECKhiANN Theater Hall was secured for the tCelebration which Included the installation of officers initiation of fiftytwo candidates and an informal banquet Ben Beckmann heads the list of officers now entering upon his fifth term as President of this popular club which now numbers nearly 200 members The other of titers are John Schalda Vice President Joseph Kraemer Secrete Alfred Hurt Treasurer Knuxol Marshal Ben Speaker lam Larkin Henry Metten Willi Denner Harry Rothgerber Trustees Great enthusiasm prevailed when the class of fiftytwo candidates pre sented themselves for initiation the InterestlngThissocial session ever held by the club Re midnightfreshments free band between the toasts and impromptu talks made by President Beckman John Schalda Will Lar SpeakerRarry I HenryLenMat ante were expressed and all congratulated predIctingrornear future WELL SPENT LIFE t ofMrsOfhersympathy whosedallyofOhrlstlangenial manner won for her a host of friends who deeply mourn the 1 funtookchurch Rev Patrick Walsh o ciating at the solemn obsequies her soul rest in peaceIWILL BUILD SCHOOL reachedtheAugustIneschur wthetobuild cation of the children of the parish famUfesThereschool manyoftheeighth I used has become crowded and is not uptodate in its arrangements The housobeen 1timethoughtvisable Indirectionwasofpracttcbeenpresentchurch 35000 MARIE DE LAND ith the Mysteryat J OPENS TODAY The Orpheuia Picture Theater la entirely new and beautiful dress afterbeingfireptCaslandnoRibsua ohanveryotbert I OrtmIt 1x011 PRBIDllrl T J JOMpb C Kirehderfar one of the meet Popular Dusn9B men In Lou ff- Y1MatldJr w dean identified wl t local hardware trade1 iM no of the Kentucky Retail ardware and Store Dealers 1NM + atbri The hbttor tvilolWabrrelii m ldrl rt t tttdar Not of U Q l e 1 THE 2 ubsf Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAl- Oc Cigar JJgIlceThe cigars without an equal in qual and flavor Homemade Unionmade and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokes T W TARPY a C- MAICERSH r SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET PITTSBURG COAL 375PER TONT- ELEPHONE DousherlyLannins COAL COMPANY INCORPORATED FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA LADIES HATS tortus dyedohoand inWll1the e o amsample hats Twentyfixe n shapes to select from Falls City Straw Works BANNISTER CO 713 WEST JEFFERSON SOCIETY DIRECTORY e kinwI DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday President Martin J Cusick Vice President Charles J Fin ne ganfJFinancialtoll Financial SecretaryJos E Farrell IfiOS West Market TreasurerThomas P Lawle- rSergeantatArmsLouis Roller Sentinel Henry McDermott DIVISION 2 fiesta first and third Wedaesda Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal 099ant streets- Pres1dentCon J Ford Bu111PantfiWelshfayRecording Secretary Daniel J CKcefe financial Secretary John J Keaney 1607 DumesnlL Sergeant at Arms J Char Obst SentInelEdward Brennan DIVISION f lieeta First and Third Mondays linoteenlh and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President J M Maloney Recording Secretary Thos Stevsldn ensyFinancial SecretaryJohn Q Hesslon 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Doughert- ySergeantntArmsJames Stevgms Sentinel Thomas Noon DIVISION 4VMeets Second and Fourth Monday Bertraad Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennesey jRecording7 FinancIalBecretaryThoma Langan 807 West Oak TreasurerHarry J Brady SergantatArmsJohnColeman Sentinel M J McDermott I DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLB Meets First and Third Wednesd a I At Elks Hall County President Lawren jjPresidentpcVicePJRecording siFinancialpiTreasurer thSerrlty Sentinel Thomas Gleasoa biarldiilDitha4t1 Neoa TC 3MC X I MACKIN COUNOIL SOB aDMeetthHouWE President FraakG Adams lrlt anSeeoad InJjboraeUCorreepondlag joTreantrer1llKMlhal IfttInIHt4gwtrra days WM eonr ttea H9OWrlttJlSY SSILENDID Showing Made by Louis LyUle Railway pany Com LouisvilleRailwaywere shown to bo 324069804 by stateItyday afternoon at the offices of the company on Jefferson between Operatingoxpense8were shown to be 257224132 55836572isGROSS EARNINGS citylinen 90RevenueI19RevenueInterurbanllnea 210000 00 Income from other sources 108237 OB 04OPERATINGINCLUDINGMAINTENANCE Operating ex 66Stateand citytaxes for twelvemonths 00terestdebt paid und ac 66DivIdendpreferred stock 126000 00 Total ox penses and charges 2672211 32 26722U 32 72DisposedDividend on common stock 546660 00 75Accident00Insurance00Expense92Depreciation 00IncomeThe secretary and treasurer present at this meeting earl general balance sheet and a detail report for the benefit fat stockholders who may want more areWandInterurbanthe lines owned by It during the year hadbeenway Company which company owns all InterurbanTpurchased at public auction on January andInterurban16 since which time many Improve Important and the building of a large and freight depot and repair streetsBondson July 8 n resolution was adopter nu J parormortgage bonds this was done and the indebtednessincurredthe Louisville and Eastern EquipmentThirty large double trne ourmotor cars with all modern Im were added to the equipJ during the month of November curs having been built by the Cln c 1 IeIgnllmechanical department of the Louisville Railway Company About two hundred and flfty cars were equipped with hot replacingthetirely satisfactory Motive Tower Two Uabcock c Wil cox boilers and one rotary converter atyeollpratlonDecemberIncreased load for the approaching winter Improvements In the handling of coral were also made by placing overhead bins for storage In boiler room No1TrackSeven miles of nineInch heavy grooved rails was put down on the streets In the city to replace the lighter sections removed In rebuilding track ofleeoutside of the city to replace lighter sections the difference In weight of rail being charged to construction and the cost of relaying to maintenance In addition to this a large amount of work was done laying new curves and switches and In general repair work It was necessary to expend a large amount both In money and time to fin- Ish up the Sheihyt lila division and In general repairs on the Lagrange dlvl of the Louisville and Eastern after the purchase of the same by the Louis ule and Interurban Respectfully sub mUted roll TUB HOARD OF DIRECTORS By T J MINARY resident All Directors wore reelected at the meeting and the board reorgan ized by reelecting T J Minary Judge Alex P Humphrey ice President and S G Boyle Sec rotary The Directors reelected atIthe meeting include Charles T Ballard John W Barr S G Boyle i iL W Botts Samuel Casseday Fenley Judge A P Hum NJnary j John Stltes Louisville Ky Feb 13 1912State ment of the Louisville Railway Com 19for the year ending December 31 TIiEATTRT j Walce arch 3 when Richard J Jose sup by his own New York com will present the sweet pastoral ay Silver Threads This Is a story of New England folksjj but beautifully to1dand is legitimate successor to theOld mestead Way Down East and Shore Acres MASONIC THEATER I Henry Ellsworths pictorial repro duction of Oberammergau its people their Passion Play will be at Shubert Masonic Theater for one beginning next Monday with performkat Oberammergau in 1910 d the pictures are reproduced from rileN 1i111 worth COme well recota addldIwith the original Passion play CAlPHROIZP17T I produaY ft together o a Save WearingApparel Both Phones 2207 617 S Fourth Ave DO NOT BE MISLED YOU WOULD NOT BUY A WATCH A GOLD CASE CONTAINING A DOLLAR MOVEMENT Then Why Buy A Piano With An Elab orate Case Containing A Cheap Inferior Action 1 ItsmostCheap mechanism and cheap material are dear at any price Wo do not combine a cheap Piano Action with a highly orna mental tobeguileIinstrument Our piano action is the very best made in this country We use only the very best material obtainable We employ only the most skilled mechanics The Piano for which a dealer must charge you 400 we seil for 250 The Piano for which a dealer must charge you 300 we sell for 18750 YOU NATURALLY WANT TO KNOW HOW WE CAN DO IT The jobber buys from the manufacturer youhavean witlthlsyou have to pay your proportion of that rent There Is still another salaryAnotherpay comes the agent Who works up the prospects He gets a commis drayageNow heres our side of the youfromdirectfromandSAVEsalarythoother chargeyouadvantages manufacturers THE ADLER SOUTHERN PIANO with its superb finish and class bywhatdealersatHH pianodoand do not sell or handle secondhand Pianos THE ADLER SOUTHERN is sold only at our factory RETAIL at factory price with an Ironclad 25year guarantee ifyouThe Adler Manufacturing Co INCORPORATED MAKERS OF HIGHGRADE PIANOS 29TH AND CHESTNUT LOUISVILLE KY Take West Walnut or West Chestnut St Cars LI is 5 i j f i I I I JOHN CAMPBELL Practical Horse Starr 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 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