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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7ikM i T S PATRONIZE BU Second aid r XXXNO 5 1 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS LENTe Regulations For Loulwville Dlo ccsc Same as For For lI finer Years I Spccl lllllAllChurches Letter From Bishop ODonaghu Will Be Read Tomorrow EXPLANATION OF DISPENSATIONS The penitential season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday and ends on Easter Sunday The regulations for its observance are practically the same as last year and will be trans mitted in a letter from Bishop ODonnghue that will be read by the pastors at the masses tomorrow Every day in Lent except Sunday Is a day upon which fast upon one meal as woll as abstinence from flesh meat Is obligatory under pain of sin Because of dispensation granted to all it is allowed to partake of meat once a day on all days except Wednesdays and Fridays the Saturday preceding the second Sunday of Lent and Holy Saturday On every Sunday meat may be used at every meal but fish must not be used at the same meal with meat nor should fish and meat be used together at any time during Lent Eggs butter milk and cheese are permitted and the use of lard Is allowed for cooking Coffee tea or thin chocolate with a cracker may be taken In the morn ing and a collation equivalent to onefourth of an ordinary meal may be taken in the evening As all are not physically able to observe the strict fast the church exempts the followingFirst Those who have not com pleted their twentyfirst year SecondThose who are sick or re covering from sickness ThirdDelicate women and those nursing children Fourth AH over sixty years of ageBy a special dispensation of the Holy See all who are engaged In hard labor are not obliged to fast r artLthey obliged tp abstain from a 4 tlfeexecWednesday 2nd Saturday bTHoli Wer theyigll of Christmas and every Friday Thee families also of fasttipartake of meat at all meals the family otherwise not exempt can not partake of meat except at the prin cipal meal As these dispensations are granted because of inability to observe the law those who are dis pensed should not forget the pen itential character of the Lenten season nor the object of the church in thefastthe foregoing reasons they may be excused other works of penance Mould be performed such as abstin ence from liquors sweets tobacco amusements etc and more partic ularly should they be assiduous in correcting sinful or dlsedlfylng habits Every one should attend punc onSundaywhich instruction on religious ob jects will be given and on Friday nights to make the Way oftbe Cross The time for complying with the obligation of the Easter precept beglna with the first Sunday in Lent and ends on Trinity Sunday During this holy season Catholics will recall that the necessity for a time of penance Is not diminished as the world grows older but on the contrary Is becoming more requisite each year As the domain of man spreads Itself so does the domain of Satan Increase and make watchfulness the more necessary Ashes are placed upon our foreheads at the be ginlng of Lent to remind us that In a little while we shall return to the mould of the earth of which we are formed The church established this ceremony that In this reminder of death we might be constantly prepared tor it Now the opportunity for the betterment of our lives is given us and If we let it go by with out grasping it we may never have another Dining Lent if you can not observe the fast you can certainly mortify yourselves in various other ways For instance you can say a few extra prayers you can arise a little earlier in the morning and at tend dally mass you can go to the public recitation of the Rosary in the evenings you can abstain from eating between meals you can keep away from theaters and dances and parties which however harmless they may be are not conducive to piety OPERATION SUCCESSFUL David Bt Garvey the well known Fifth avenue saloonkeeper under morningfriends will rejohco to know that the results are most satisfactory and that in the course of a few weeks lie wll be entirely well MBOT QOV WLDBRMOXT J Lieut Gov Edward J McDermott whose Muna Vie been frituentl y mentioned ifot a place In resident Wllsons Caldnatt will kiave assn to speak at thebld dliaer of theereve Court 1ltrat P erM11L 44y sail a Man from o t 0 KENTUCKY1 IRISH AMERICAN adIdressesI American dinner at Scranton on St engagementswere TheLieutenantto decline many Invitations and has been attending strictly to his law work v f Hibernians and Auxiliary Set Example For Others The Hibernians and Ladles Aux Illary of Ashland have set an example that should greatly assist in Increas ing the membership and might be well followed everywhere WritIng the Kentucky Irish American State Vice President Howard informs us I that the Ancient Order In Ashland has now a large hall suitable for the division and auxiliary where they meet the first and third Tuesday of I each month On the third Tuesday I the auxiliary occupies one section and the division another and under the good and welfare of the order a joint meeting is held marked by Interesting and instructive readings and discussions The meeting last week was the first of the kind and it proved a great success There wereI readings speeches and Irish dances followed by a fine luncheon andI this Chairman Howard says will be the programme at the second monthly meeting hereafter To make things more pleasant they had pres ent Matt OBrien of Louisville who made some welcome suggestions and told how the order was booming in Louisville Three members were re ceived Into the division and the of ficers feel that with a little assist ance they will be able to say with Louisville This is going to be our banner year The door is open and an Irish welcome awaits all Hiber nians who visit Ashlan- dGYMNASIUM Proposition Will Be Spec ialI Order at Macklns Meeting I I I After receiving another application I and transacting much routine business members of Mackin Council I enjoyed an Interesting and InstrucII tve debate Monday night James Shelley who has had wide experience- as a traveling man also entertained I thecouncil lJ IDp Cigfth erIR ir1iitd ludicrous happenings Tre had wit- nessod during his twenty years onl the road These debates and addresses I have benefited Mackin Council and should be repeated during the lenten season Mackin hoe suspended I its social activities until j after Easter when the season wlllII be reopened with a big reception and 1 ball John Buckley and Martin feeney who have been on the sick list were reported Improving four others being almost entirely well For next Monday night the gymnasium proposition which will involve J an outlay of from 10000 toC 15000 will be a special order President Adams calls upon all whoI are interested in the gymnasium to attend and be heard before a vote Is takenII PASSION1STS t Lose by Death a i and Eloquent Priest The Passion 1st fathers of the Sacred Heart Retreat on Thursday evening of last week sustained the loss of one of the best known priests of their order in the United State by the death of Rev Led Harrlgan C P who was called from his earthly labors in the fiftyseventh year oJ his age following an illness oJ tuberculosis and diabetes Father Leo was born in Cincinnati and from there entered the Passlonlst order at Pittsburgh making his profession September 4 1875 He completed hisstudies In Rome and was there ordained to the priesthood In 1880 Returning to the United States Father Leo was for many years engaged in mlslonary work throughout the entire country His irllllant talents deep and varied earning and eloquence made his name famous wherever the Passlon let missionaries are known In thg summer of 1911 Fatljbr Leo suffer ng from tuberculosis was sent to the Sacred Heart Retreat here in hopes that the mild climate of Ken ucky might afford relief But gradually grew worse and realizin that earthly hope wash gone ho prepared himself for death Fortified by the sacraments of holy church conscious to the last surrounded by Js religious brethren and aided by hofr prayers he quietly Breathed forth his soul unto the hands o- God strong In the hope of his mercy and kihdnejs His funeral was held i Saturday morning when the body I was buried in the quiet graveyard adjoining the Sacred Heart Retreat the prayers of the faithful are aske for the repose of his soul SEEKING SPECIAL AGENCY The name of iLoula ODonnell former Superintendent of Delivery ii- the in Lopiivllle Pofttbfflce ItIO1 fil- at the Land Office Washington as asking for appointment aq a ftpeclalJ 1 ag ntMr ODonnell is now a ree idenfofCocoa Fla HehaaaleaioIof ffiend4t1a i I l Ike t see ld1aHt 8 irtaee I NEXT YEAR I The Home Rule Bill Will Pass and Receive the Rotnlii Assent The Liberal and Irish Can Still Make Their Will Ef fcetlve i Bluster and Rant of Orangemen Have Not Frightened Anyone FUTURE OF MEASURE Now that the bill granting self government to Ireland has gone to the House of Lords the measure will not create the excitement that pre vailed before its passage by the House of Commons Nevertheless there will be no relaxation of interest until Ireland has secured her free dom Bearing out this assertion we reproduce from the Dundalk Demo crat one of the ablest and most re liable Journals In Ireland the follow- Ing editorial summary of the present situationThe reading of the home rule bill has been carried in the House of Commons by a majority that is perfectly reassuring as re gards the future prospects of the measure Whatever the action of the House of Lords the Liberal and Irish combination in the Commons behind the measure have the numeri cal strength to make their will effective The Lords may delay but can not defeat home rule The game Is up as Sir Edward Carson told his Ulster friends the other day The bluster and rant and threats of rebellion the solemn J cov enant signed by Irish Unionists who have as much notion of risking a week In Jail or a Petty Sessions fineinot to speak of their i skins as they have of heading an Insurrection In Kamchatka have not frightened even one Parliamentary supporter of home rule There is nothing for Ulster but to make up its mind to accept the in evitable and make the best of it And if one Is to judge by the record of Ulstermen the best will be v ryjj good Indeed u jThe blllcoeajnovalothcjiIIriuaaQf LbfdsT The second readingI h3ileta- ken on Monday week The Lords may at once reject it They may read it a second time in order to be In a position to mutilate It by amendmentswhich of course the Commons will promptly delete It Is said that one noble Unionist proposes to reintroduce the amendment excluding either all Ulster or the northeast corner The device of amending the bill would be resorted to only for purposes of delay and the prevailing opinion Is that the Lords will reject the bill on the sec ond reading It will then go over under the provisions of the Parlia ment act to next session In the next session it will pass the ComI mona again and without any of theI tedious delays that marked its slow progress occupying over fifty daysIn this session It will thereupon in all probability be a second time rejected by the Lords And that will be the last word the Lords will have to say upon It For being Introduced and passed a third time AS it will be in the douse of Com mons In the early months of nextI year It will receive the royal assent and will become law The whole process will work like oiled clock workCabling the American press from London last Sunday a widely known correspondent said Whether we are to have an elec tion or not within a month or so of course largely depends on how matters go with the Tory party If the two factions succeed In patching up their difficulties It would be exceed ingly unwise the Government real izes to burden and upset the coun try with another campaign which might not result in increasing very materially the Governments present majority in the House of Commons which Is sufficient for all purposes The passage of the home rule bill Is a foregone conclusion and the split In the Conservative party has caused the greatest consternation among Belfast Unionists who realize that the game Is up if for no other reason than because their chosen King Sir Edward Carson has just told them so After all the resistance to home rule in Ulster has never amounted to very much and would fqgr by the professional agitators Belfast and Ulster Protestant- have really no genuine teas qf a Dublin Parliament and it liar die ated a very strong impression that Presbyterianfand a prominent business man out a moments hesitation acceptedl the offer of running 4s a Natlonallst candidate for Londonderry Non I of the dreadful throats that you hea saiddMr Hogg the other day tp a TOW 6t pin9 arid nijbo yaiiera ila them seriously They are simply stage effects got up to throw dust into the eyes of the British people Six months after the Irish Parlia ment has assembled In Dublin every body in Ulster will be willing to bow to it and that all the turmpll was due tQ the Unionistl agents prpvqca teqri rieIltlcianaViandAe fjir iHe facts of the h4merule bill everybody know tjik KInjc Gewrlie dill ija itwilltngly ant1 o- I that he has been in conference with Balfour Lord Londonderry and I others to secure Its safe passage through the House of Lords The appeal for the exclusion of the province of Ulster from the homo rule act ohows that the leaders know their game is lost and was the last card in the gigantic game of bluff of the past couple of years DOUBLEEV NT Rev Father Crcnrjj Celebrates Anniversary of Birthdayr and Ordination ld Beloved Priest Wclhliuown to jtfany Families i j h Located at Fond DnTac as Chap lain of Homo For Aged told Infirmr 1 il STILL ENJOYING GOOD HEALTH fRev Father John AijCreary well known to many Loulsvl ie people and especially the older folks will cele brate his seventieth birthday an niversary next Saturday February 8 and also the fortyfifth anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood at Fond du Lac Wlschvhere he has been located for the r past several HenryBoyleAgedFatherof thanksgiving at the home and later in the day will be host at din ner for the Catholic clergy of the cityFather RathDowneyIrelandFebruarywhen he was a child and when eleven withhisIn Louisville Father Creary attended the Louisville i schools and CollegeAtgradnatlag SCJosephsTheological Yinthree years later was ordali1edaIpriest by Bishop McFafW uOeffHart ford onnh Amop hatesof-t flier Creary were His Eminence John Cardinal Farley of New York the late Right Rev Michael Tierney Bishop of Hartford Right Rev Thomas Byrne Bishop of Nashville Bishop Alerdlng of Fort Wayne and Right Rev James Ryan Bishop of Alton Immediately after his ordination Father Creary was stationed at tho Louisville Cathedral for a short while and then went to St Thomas as n seminary Instructor and also filled the same position at St Jo sephs College Following his term of instructor Father Creary was con nected with diocesan missions here for about four years and then suc ceeded to the pastorate of St Briglds church where he remained for four teen years and where he endeared himself to many of our present prominent families by his good and faithful work After his term at St Briglds he was connected with different parishes about Louisville and eight years ago was transferred to Fond du Lac where ho became assistant pastor to Rev J J Keenan of St Patricks church where he remained for five years and then was appointed to his present station as chaplain at the Henry Boyle Father Creary has reached the advanced age of seventy his appearance would Indicate a much younger man being hale and hearty and In addition to looking after the spiritual welfare of the inmates finds time to assist in beau tifying the lawn and grounds being a great lover of nature Father Crearys many old Louisville friends and families who have profited by his early teaching and advice join In sending him their best wishes and congratulations on the celebration of his double anniversary his birthday and ordination to the priesthood PORTO RICO Anniversary of the Oldest Catholic Diocese In New Word Cardinal Farleyof New York and Orleanspwill take part at San Juan Porto huns dredth anniversary of thin creation pi the first Catholic diocese In the Now World The ceremonies will begin February 23 and will last four days The Cardinal and the Archbishop will be accompanied by Bishop Norrjs of Little Rock Ark and MissebeenrInvited and many churchmen from other countries including Spain and diocesesof Porto RICO was created In 1513 Baltimore the oldest diocese In the continental United States was era ated In 1789 This will be the first time Cardinals font 1auJ ever tread the ground of the Island MJSSIOy SITE MAltKED A cross of reinfor d concrete1 twenty feet hitch now stand on the crPtl- k III BULLMOOS Turn Cold Shoulder to Fusion Proposition of Knott and Humphrey Post Now in Tragedy Role With Herald Playing Comedy tmfSldo I yr Everything Promising For Dem ocrats to ICepeatltccent Victories ANNOUNCEMENTS COMING FAST The principal feature of State and city politics this past week was Uib flat turndown by the Progressives ot the proposal of the Louisville Re publicans to select a fusion ticket beingfatheredHumphrey of the Evening Post while the cold shoulder and flat turndown was engineered by the Louisville Herald who do not intend to share any of the pickings of the Progressive crowd with the Post which just at present is playing a star role of out in the cold crue protect longdistanceplaying a comedy role the whole town laughing at the dally stories of how the Progressive leaders here are working only for the good of the great common people and are not seeking any soft political snap Of course exMayor James Grinstead oxCity Attorney Clayton Blakey Matt Holt Burton Vance H I Fox and the other exRepublicans who Just now are taking a promlnenfpart In the Progressive councils do not want any office far be from It but if they really want to do something beneficial for the Louisville public let them nominate Fox for some office at the coming election and disabuse some of his misguided friends and followers who have been prating- about his strength owjng to the recent accidental racoof his against Congressman Sherley when Fox was acting as the tall on Roosevelts kite The Progressives cast 23819 votes in the recent election In this jlty arid ijounty combine wiiieh fact Jl W1 jitii heads 1the lnadrsno letlfttpg to lltHIetffii this4ta 1P not Progressive but Roosevelt strength and unfortunately for them Teddy can not run in Louisville this year Competent critics do not con core them 10000 votes in the Aug ust primary while the negro vote will again be found back In the log cabin ranks The Increasing number of an nouncements are proof that the Democrats are sanguine and confi dent of the final result end the sure announcement ojf Oov McCreary In the Senators race augur well for this wily politicians hope of success throughout the State Here in the Mayors race it is believed that there will only be one entry and that Is Dr John Buschemeyer although a small coterie of former active Demo crats of years ago with headquarters In the City Hall neighborhood are endeavoring to bring out Harry Brennan or Owen Tyler George Schlegel now Deputy County As icssor Is the latest entry in the County Assessor race and has the backing of his chief Edward BarryI and brother John J Barry of the Democratic Committee Adolph Schmidt has announced for City Treasurer while friends of William G Baxter are trying to persuade him to enter the same contest Capt Andrew Sea Is In the race for Tax Receiver but It Is rumored that William McKinley will announce at a later date and with his large following of friends would make a formidable candidate Owen Coch rAn will run for Auditor with Will lam Bosler Jr asa possible op ponent Tn the Police Court Judge Boldrick Is expected to announce for reelection with Clem Huggins or Wall McDonogli as possible contest ants Harry Robinson has announced his candidacy for reelection as Prosecutor with Neal Funk son of 31ty Railway Manager Funk as probable opponent Harry Nehan Will Holley Carl Senning and Joe Keyer are still busy campaigning for Clerk while Alt Oldham Is expected- to weigh In at any moment Ed OConnor is at present chasing him self for Bailiff while Charlie Cronan- Is also doing the same stunt for Sheriff No official announcements have been made In the Jailers race thus far although John R Pflanz Is expected to run right back on his record Judge Muir Weissinger Sam Greene and Hugh Fleece are hustling In the race for County Judge with Former Judge Wilson as an expected added entry For the best bet of the day and who wljl have no opposition Scott Bullltt as a candidate for reelection Is the consensus of opinion of all the political dopesters JUDGE RESENTS ALIAS Mike Hogan arraigned as a vagrant in Chicago last Saturday finally admitted his name was Abe Goldman Municipal Judge Mahoney glared at him The Irish are not halt as bad as they are painted to be he said here your name Is Abe Goldman and you come In here as Mike Hogan Its not fair to the Irish and it ought to be stopped I have found Itt be a fact that Jewsr SWedea Scandinavians Germans Polish Norwegians i itlcarlaae SlayoniansJtahiana and eves coloreJri people JIve Iri kaathea wife they J are arrested for crimes or offenses Half the time these same people cant speak plain enough to be un derstood and any one at a glance could tell that they havent a drop of Irish blood In their veins Its ia shame and In all fairness to the Irish people It ought to be stopped Hogan was fined 100 and costs BISHOP WILL SPEAK At St Patricks Day Cele bration of Ancient Order The St Patricks day celebration now being arranged under the auspices of the County Board A O H promises to be the most notable ever held by the Hibernians of the city The programme will be in the nature of a literary entertainment with a short address on the topics dear to an Irishmans heart by Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue who has kindly participateAs a new Innovation In this line of entertainment the committee are ar ranging to have moving picturesof all the different parts of Ireland which will be especially pleasing to the older folks who will be given n glimpse oftheir birthplace and the changes for the better now In vogue in Ireland The rest of the pro gramme will be devoted to vocal and Instrumental Irish music and the Bishops short address will be the only speaking number on the pro gramme The Committee of Ar rangements are Thomas Keenan John J Sullivan Hugh Hourigan John J Barry and W J Connelly GRAND BAZAR Will Be Held Monday and Tuesday With Pine Meats J The ladles of St Michaels parish have all preparations m defor the grand bazar and supper ltd be held Monday and and night In the school ball adjoining the church ofr Brook street between Market and Jefferson Those who have had charge of the arrangements have worked hard to make this bazar an enjoyable tone for all who attend and It is looked forward to as the coming thing Features of each afternoon and evening wilt be the euchre and lotto contests In each of which the trophy wm b ln j QtbeJrtt ondsiptldRi1S 4ll the ladles announce that elegant meals will be served both days from 11 to 1 oclock and 5 to 7 in the evening and this alone should be sufficient to attract the business men of that vicinity to whom a cordial invitation Is extended Those who have not yet enjoyed the hospitality of Rev Martin OConnor and his people will be agreeably surprised with the excellent meals and tho mirth and merriment that will be provided for twentyfife cents The bazar Is a most deserving one and should be a great succes- sCANDLEMAS When Cand le Required For Divine Service Are Blessed On February 2 the Catholic church solemnly celebrates the pre sentation of Jesus in the temple and the obedience and humility both of Mary and her Divine Son who though not subject to the law In regard to purification arid presenta tion yet subjected themselves to it Hence this feast is called the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary In common speech we call It also Candlemas because on this day the candles required for the divine serv ices are blessed and carried in pro cession This is to remind us that Jesus the Light of the World was offered up to his Heavenly Father by Mary In the temple at Jerusalem where he was called by Simeon a- Light for the revelation of the gen tiles and the glory of the people of IsraelIt to remind us also of several Important truths to which the priest refers In the prayers af the blessings Thus he prays that as the earthly light dispels the darkness of night BQ Jesus with the light of his divine doctrine may clear away our spir itual blindness and Ignorance and lead us In the way of virtue that as the Holy Ghost enlightened Simeon so He may also enlighten us to acknowledge Jesus as the true light to love Him and follow Him to keep our hearts from the way of sin and to guide them In the way of virtue and to kindle them with the fire of holy love finally that God may pre serve in soul and body those who use blessed candles with devotion may hear their prayers and grant them entrance into the kingdom of the eternal and everblessed light QUIETLY EDDEDITuesday evening Gus Vacca who is connected with Kahn Bros and Miss Bessie OBryan a brilliant alumnus of tit Frances Academy at Owensboro were quietly married at St Williams Church the Rev George M Connor performing the ceremony The lovely bride was ac companied by her mother Mrs E OBryahj and her sister Miss Beulah OBryan William Daly and John Boland were the attendants Imme lately after the ceremony the happy couple left on a Southern wadding trip and en their return will reside at Twentyfirst aftII Jefferson streets U EAT ROSA BREAD UNION MADE Labels RcdeeroabU at Klrbys a and lee Store LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY VOLUME HadltrptM10Muri ASHLAND Distinguished PROSPECTS LouisvillcCatholie HomeAlthough TuesdayjiSftdrnopn EUGENICS The Newly Introduced Fad That Would Lend to Many Dangers Treat Man afe An Animal and SuperNatural Church Stands On Side of Natural Freedom of the Individual AN INVERSION TO RIGHT ORDER Now that several of our State Legislatures have Eugenlat marriage bills before them for consider lon a lecture delivered recently in England onThoEugenicsIsproposals as aiming at the ennoble ofthelDaymovement was not without much to commend it Nor would itsInce it claimed to hold the Institution of marriage In the highest esteembealtogether opposed to the Catholic moral standard which attached a andlikewisefulfUlmentrace But there were undoubted points of antagonism The system suggestedas lleaningbypossessionbymental and moral capacity This side ot the movement had been further advanced by the emphasizing of the parenthoodBut thelatestsciencehadcontemplatedbyof Gallon it was concerned with theevbs which hindered race betterment andWaS based on the Mendelian law of heredlty But the special aim of nlegatee eugenics was tp prevent pdr sons afflicted with facial evils fronv pr V liBAttonesoretltodaadvoaed u waS tautllailye surgery To this and to ail kindred suggestions Day said Catholic theolog as un questioncussed from the moral point of view In several of the theological magazines of Europe and America and while one or two of the American writers had maintained that such operations were lawful all the rest had denied It Another method suggested was the refusal of permission to marry The teaching of the ptforliberty to marry must not be Interfered with and the church herself had only created such necessary Impediments as the general welfare of mankind imperatively demanded Compulsory segregation and per manent medical supervision of de ectives primarily in their own interest was also advocated Such segregation was not absolutely con demned by the church Lepers had nt one time been similarly treated In accordance with canon law and good cause being shown the same system might be again applied But here again the case of the eugonlst was not proven Therefore the church without uttering any direct condemnation stood on the side of the natural freedom of the Individual Voluntary segregation was not only approved In recent years but part other practical policy The Catholic criticism of the movement aa a whole Father Day said was that it lacked spiritual aim and purpose and ignored the super natural The production of physical fitness as an end In itself was un doubtedly the prevalent Idea underlying the movement Dr C W Saleeby had slightly raised it but It bad never attained a spiritual level and popular writers had done much to degrade It The tendency- of eugenics was to subordinate the moral and spiritual to the purely physical and this was an Inversion- to right order which was calculated to lead to dangerous results It was capable of inflicting irreparable harm on Individuals and society This was one of the principal causes or divergence ot view between Catholic moralists and modern ugenists But with eugenlats amongst the survival values or the qualities which enabled indi- vIduals to struggle and to live no place was given to the supernatural life imparted by grace and the sacra ments From the viewpoint of Christian social science this could not but be regarded as a fatal omls atop and eugenics must yet be judged inadequate and Insufficiently ultimate JUST BEFORE LENT To close the season just before Lent St Williams congregation will lv0 a euchre and lotto Monday afternoon and night The two games will be played ju the hall and school at Thirteenth and Oak streets and rllMie called at 3aail830 oclock ManY handsome pries Including gold pieces and beautif tit laeee will be awarded AdwiMlA1 will be wentyflvet cents at Iii door and for all w ko tttoAda pleesanY time is assured ra 1 KENTUOKY Y+ISH AM7stI0A1 KENTUCKYr IRISH flMERKM CatholicssevttelOfficially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian Young Mens Institute and CatboHc Knights ot America KKNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Pullllahera SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Butter it then UaioIllo PoitoHIc u BttoBdCUu fUtUr Mlren all CoBiBOBltatloai to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 1921 West Oreea St II LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1 1913 INTERESTING AND INSTRUCTIVE I j For the unlearned little fellows rho are continually making attacks on the Catholic church for her alleged opposition to education the following words from the celebrated Anglican Canon Farrar may be in teresting and should be Instructive Consider what the church did for education Her ten thousand monasteries kept alive and transmitted that torch of learning which other wise would have been extinguished long before A religious education incomparably superior to the mere athleticism of the nobles hall was extended to the meanest serf who wished It This fact alone by pro claiming the dignity of the indi vidual elevated the entire hopes and destiny of the race The humanizing machinery of schools and universi ties the civilizing propaganda of missionary zeal were they not due to her And more than this her very existence was a living educa tion It showed that the successive ages were not sporadic and acci dental scenes but were continuous and inherent acts in the one great drama In Christendom the yearnings of the past were fulfilled the direction of the future determined In dim but magnificent procession the giant forms of empires on their way to ruin had each ceded to her their scepters bequeathed to her their gifts RESTORE THE CANTEEN Writing in the Common Cause of the soldiers life Hector Hill Turn bull points out that the abolition ot the army canteen was due in the beginning t- shortsighted o the enthusiastic but efforts of reformers in the cause of temperance In all justice it must be said that thes workers were actuated by the highest motives and were presumably una ware of the deplorable conditions which were the inevitable result of their labors Temperance ifdyocates from every paint of the country ktJb 4iBfcLtho abolition of the cantee- because by tbJf step they hoped to further the cause of temperance and crush out drunkenness In the army Unfortunately they were mistaken in their moans Saloons sprang up like mushrooms about every army post Interested saloonkeepers quick to realize that they had a monopoly on the soldiers thirst offered oth r lures for his money The cause of temperance suffered a terrible blow Drunkenness instead of being crushed out became more prevalent The soldiers harmless social club was taken away to make room for a dozen dives i There is another phase of thi question perhaps less vital in its re lation to the efficiency of the army but no whit less worthy of the at tention ot all justiceloving citizens and that is the abolition ot the canteen from the Soldiers Home To one who has lived in the neighborhood of one of these the evils of the new order are self evident The remedy for all these evils is absurdly simple The reestablishment of well regulated canteens selling beer and light winesin every Soldiers Home would effectually stop the various and vicious methods of mulcting the veteran of his pension An orderly cheerful room the com panionship of his cronies a moderate amount of beer and you find the old soldIer contented in his life at The Home and proud of his bearing when walking abroad SOCIALISM Promises are one thing but fulfillment quite another During the past year the Socialists elected their candidates and secured control f of municipal affairs in Schenectady N Y The party promised every thing but thus far has failed to carry out a single one of its pledges Just as in Milwaukee in stead of fewer officers and de I creaesd taxation the opposite has been the fact Despite the fact that in both cities outside advice eras called in and unnecessary expense incurred little progress was made The unfortunate condition tithe Socialistic governed cities teach a lesson that should be taken to heart by other municipalities Tke Hardest blow tie New York aelte American has yet received 1X the passage ot the home rule bill That par and its editor have vigorously fought every measure faTrecty the people of Ireland all through jealousy and hatred of John Redmond and ke Nationalist party 4 Bonar Law and the Ulster rogeJ I I men may well regard John Devoy and a few other like malcontents their best American asset Posing as patriots the Devoy faction have been at outs with the clergy and every Irish convention held since the days of Parnell They have given the only discordant note that marked Irelands progress during recent yearsThe peace negotiations in the TurkishBalkan war which reached a deadlock over the cession of Adrianople on January 6 were broken off Wednesday and a number of the representatives of the Balkan allies have left London While diplomats hope for peace the out look points to a resumption of the war IRISH GIRLS Recognized as Most Beautiful In London Society Lady Victoria Pery whose engage ment to the Hon Luke White son of Lord Annhly is just announced is the daughter of the Earl andl Countess of Limerick She is only nineteen and was known last year as the smartest girl in London She fir amall and dark and is always beautifully dressed She and her futur husband are respectively the only daughter and only son of theiri parents and in due time Lady Vic toria will be Lady Annaly Both come of Irish stock and are ardent followers of the hounds Daphne Bourke who is to be on of the debutantes of the coming London season gives promise of fluttering many masculine hearts for she is one of the loveliest girls who ever came out in London SheI coloringeusually found in the maids of Erin She has deep blue eyes and gorgeous chestnut hair She is the only child of Algernon Bourke who will oneI day be Lord Mayo the present Peer his brother having no children I111PROVIsSnThe Archbishop Prendergast num her of the Indian Sentinel published annually by the Bureau of Catholic Missions under the direction of theI Rev William H Ketcham has justt been received Catholics will find this a most interesting publication full of historic information and detailing the work that is being doneI by the Catholic Indian missionsI throughout the country It containsI an excellent halftone cut of Arch bishop Prendergast and pictures taken at the different missions Those who would promote theI Preservation Society may secureI copies of the Indian Sentinel for twentyfive cents by addressing the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions Washingse deeply appreciated by the goodI fathers and all interested in Indian mission work WALNUT THEATER GetRichQuick Walllngford the American comedy with a record ofI thasn a year in Chicago and recordbreak ing engagements all over the coun try comes to the Walnutstreet Theater for next week George M Cohan who is noted for the speed and action with which all his com edies abound has fairly outdoneI himself in this dramatization Although a straight comedy Get RlchQulck Wallingford moves along with the swiftness that is in variably found in a Cohan musical The result is a play that bustles with vitality and vibrates with fun of a delightfully fresh and wholesome character HURT BY FALL While alighting from a car at Preston and Main streets Tuesday afternoon Mrs Mary OMara wife ot Patrolman James OMara residing at 908 South Jackson made a misstep and fell heavily on the street sus taining serious injury to her back and body She was immediately taken to St Anthonys Hospital and given medical attention At first it was thought Mrs OMara was in reportisdanger JUDGE SULLIVAN STRICKEN Louisville friends of Hon Jere A Sullivan were shocked when they learned that ho had suffered a stroke of paralysis in his law office at Richmond the first of the week The Judge was dictating a letter when stricken and for a time his friends felt great alarm Thursday his con dition was much Improved and he was reported resting easy- DOMINICANS I IB the over six hundred years ot its existence the Dominican order has given to the church over 500 Bishops seventyfive Cardinals four Presi dents of the General Councils of the church twentyflye Legates a latere eightythree Apostolic Nuneloe and four Pepsi SOGIETY Ml Ben J Pike and wife and children visited relatives at Unlontown last week Mrs Katie Flaberty visited her sister Mrs Dave Todd at Crestwood last week Mr and Mrs Emmet Kennedy are in HodgenviDe visiting Mr and Mrs John Kennedy Miss Mary Virginia Campbell was a recent visitor to Miss Lida Litsey at Bardstown lgjSiissAtiw Wlnn visited at Deer Ilark last week the guest of Mr and Mrs Peter Holland Miss Beatrice Wheeler Crescent Hill has been entertaining Miss Irene Coyle of Earllngton Mrs Rosa Guy 2639 Bank street had John Burke and wife of Lexing ton as guests the past week Mrs Peter King has returned to her hme at Frankfort after visiting her sisterinlaw Mrs J J King Mrs William Dalton of Collins Court has had as her guest her father J H Davis of Bardstown Junction Mrs P J Egan and daughter Miss Mary ot Washoe Montandrived last week for a visit Mrs John Egan 1638 King street New Albany Mrs E P Mooney and Miss Mary hlnnlck of Cincinnati arrived Sat urday morning for a visit with Mr nd Mrs Ed Shlnnlck at their home in Shelbyville Another belle has been added to Beechmonts population Richard J Schuhmann announcing the arrival of a little daughter at his home in the above suburb Mr and Mrs Clinton J Koerner went to Frankfort last week to at tend the KennedyTucker wedding and spend several days with Mrs Koorners grandmother Mrs M jarkin i andCrtheir two daughters left Wednesday for New Orleans to be present at the Mardi Gras festivities next Tuesday They expect to be gone about a week or ten daysIMrs Ada Russell and sister Miss areeGras festivities and spend the re mainder of the winter with their aunt Mrs C Heany Mrs Mary Cunningham last week announced the marriage of her daughter Miss Ada V Cunningham to Albert T Bohr The ceremony was performed at St Charles church on December 31 the Rev Charles P Raffo officiating William Mudd and bride who was Miss Amelia Lambert are receiving their friends at 1766 West Oak street They were married on Thurs day of last week at St Charles church Rev Father Raffo perform Iing the ceremony hrs Charles Borntraeger Deer Park entertained with a delightful luncheon on Thursday of last week when covers were laid for Mesdames Henry Paslick John Moritz Fred Erhardt Roy Wharton J W Quest and Frank Buerck i Miss Rose Herbert and John B Ford were united In marriage Thurs day afternoon at St Aloysius church at 4 oclock Rev Father OGrady attendancerto wish the happy couple Godspeed The wedding of Miss Mary E Scott formerly a teacher In the Eighth ward school and Edward Strelcher was solemnized by the Rev Father McGovern at St Louis Bertrand church Wednesday morn Ing After a short honeymoon trip the couple will reside in this city In the presence of a large gather ing of friends and relatives Fred erick E Leezer a well known and popular young man of the East End and Miss Katherine iF Butler were united In the holy bonds of marriage Wednesday afternoon at the Church of Our Lady Rev Father Conniff the pastor performing the ceremony The bride is then daughter of Thomas Butler 718 North Thirtyfourth street and a favorite In Portland society circles A legion of friends and admirers tender their congratu I lations SODALITY MINSTRELS The Young Mens Sodality Club of St Martins church greatly enjoyed a luncheon and smoker Wednesday evening given to arouse interest in the minstrel performance to be given soon after Easter The boys expect to make this the biggest entertain ment they have undertaken John Nuxol who Is well known as a comedian has been elected Chair man and with him as their leader the members feel confident of the success of the undertaking FIRM DISSOLVES The undertaking firm of Tracy Straub dissolved partnership this past week Mr Straub assuming the firms debts and business while Mr Tracy has opened an undertaking establishment at 418 Illinois avenue in Jeffersonvllle Attorney J J Kav nnagh represented Mr Tracy in the dissolution proceedings which were settled out of court CHANGES AMONG CLERGY The Right Rev Bishop C P Maes last week directed the following changes of priests in the Covlngton diocese Rev Thomas McCaffrey to St Patricks church Covlngton Rev John CfDwyer pastor of St Paul kwnh yiorenee iRev William YaTamar administrator ot St Marks church Richmond Rev Hubert Van I un n n 10001 in Gold Given Away NO GUESSING NO DRAWING Simply save money that is given away by nearly 400 merchants in Louisville WELL PAY YOU FOR SAVING IT Heres our proposition in a nutshell We sell PROFIT SHARING CERTIFI CATES red stamp to nearly 400 merchants in Louisville who give them with all purchases The Lincoln Savings Bank redeems them in cash One Profit Sharing Certificate red stamp given with each 1JOc purchase Paste fifty of these stamps on a page in our stamp saving book you can get book from any of our merchants or we will mail you one free upon request and that page is worth llOc in cash IF YOU DO NOT CARE TO SAVE FOR YOURSELF SAFE PROFIT SHARING CERTIFICATES FOR YOUR CHURCH They cost you nothing and you can help support the church with them for instance the average family spends J1000 per week for the necessities of life If they demand PROFIT SHARING CERTIFICATES with these purchases andsave the manufacturers labels tickets coupons etc that are exchangeable for PROFIT SHARING CERTIFICATES redstamp their certificates would have a value of about 40c THATS FOR ONE FAMILY Now figure what ONE THOUSAND FAMILIES could give the church each week if they save PROFIT SHARING CERTIFICATES and give them to the church r 40000 and no one be out a cent or a moments time Give your filled pages to your Treasurer and let him cash them at the Lincoln Savings Bank Isnt that easy and worth your time II Besides all the money your filled pages are worth we will contribute To the church organization or society regardless of creed or color which shall deposit the largest number of PROFIT SHARING CERTIFICATES red stamp at the Lincoln Savings Bank from January I1st to June 30th 50000 in gold To the one depositing second largest number 20000 in gold To the one depositing third largest number 10000 in gold To the one depositing fourth largest number 5000 in gold To the individual depositing largest number during any one month for a church organization or society a cash prize of 2500 will be given at the end of that month Dont wait until your members are pledged to some other church but see them now Never before have you had such a proposition put before you PROFIT SHARING COMPANY INCORPORATED 402 Walker Building Cor Fifth and Market DAVID A KELLER JOHN L HELM HENNING CHAMBERS J L HELM JR M B COOLEY Meer assistant at St Patricks I church Covington L I HOME FROM JUAREZ Fridaytromconnected with the racing plant there having to return home on account of a severe attack of blood poisoning He is now confined to his residence at 1019 Sixth street and his physician predicts that he will recover rapidly under home treat ment ANNUAL EUCHRE Plans are already being form ulated by the Ladles Sewing Society for their annual euchre and lotto for the benefit of St Anthonys Hospital It will be held at Phoenix Hill Park on April 16 and 17 and promises to eclipse any previous euchre and lotto given in this city The games will be played both afternoon and night and in addition there will be a varied programme of amusements and a most bountiful supper SERMONS AT ST PETERS The Lenten sermons at St Peters church Seventeenth and Garland avenue will bo delivered in English on Sunday evenings by the pastor the Rev Edmund Kaiser who will discuss The Catholic Church and Her Teachings On Wednesday evenings Aegldlus will deliver sermons In German on the Passion of Christ I GOES TO HOT SPRINGS George Holland superintendent of St Louis cemetery left yesterday for Hot Springs where he will remain until entirely recovered from the effects of his recent operation at St Josephs Infirmary INDIANA WEDDING Patrick B McCormick a guard at tho Indiana Reformatory In Jeffer ponvllle and Miss Mary Staton daughter of Mr and Mrs Harvey Staton were united in marriage Wednesday morning In St Francis Xaviers church at Henryvllle thn Rev Father James Bolan perform ing the ceremony They will make their home in Jeffersonvllle CHURCH DELL BLESSED Last week the large bell for St Brlglds new church arrived here and was at once blessed and placed in position in the belfry The bell is the gift of a member of the congregation and is said to be one of the best toned in the city Father Jan sen the pastor has pushed the building work and the beautiful edifice at Hepburn and Baxter ave nue is now nearIng completion NEWPORT Rev Father H Van Mepr recently transferred from Corpus Christi church Newport to St Patricks church in Covlngton was presented with a purse containing 100 raised by small subscriptions from the con gregation A delegation of ladles of the congregation waited upon Father Van Meer at his new charge and made the presentation REJOICE OVER VICTORY I The New York State Assembly last week rejoiced by formal resolutions ever the fact that home rule for Ire land had received recognition by the British House of Commons The resolution also put the Assembly on record as hoping that there may be no further obstruction or delay in the full Allotment of complete self government for the Irish people of which they were deprived by force many centurlagoandforthere tbUsbmentof which they haveI never ceased to struggle t 1- C WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee Feb 2 Cohan and Harris Present the Smash log Comedy Hit WALLINGFOROSame high price theaters last season First time at these prices Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mat nees 25c- Nights and Sunday Matinee 25c 3Sc SOc SNIGHTS OP CflLDMS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where InlttatedSundayThe New York Chapter Is com posed of fiftytwo councils Syracuse Council has under con sideration the proposition for the purchase of a home Institution place at Waterloo Wis Unity Council of Hammond was the first in Indiana to complete its contribution to the Catholic Uni versity endowment fund BlsbopCheverusAssemblytheto have a choral society Daniel J Callahan National Treasurer was elected President of the Washington Chamber of Com merce without opposition Tuesday night Unity Council ofI Hammond Ind celebrated Its tenth anniversary with a banquet when plates were reserved for 600 Milwaukee Knights have begun operations on a 60000 addition to their home at Fifteenth and Grand avenue It will be 80x90 feet and three stories high At tho initiation last Sunday week at Plttsburg Kas seventytwo can didates were made Knights About 1000 witnessed the ceremonies and 750 attended the banquet Features of the annual charity ball of the New York Chapter held last night In Madison Square Gar den were a sacred concert by a band of sixty pieces and an exhibition drill by the uniform rank of the Fourth degree members which was reviewed by His Eminence Cardinal Farley Gov Sulzer and Lieut Gov Glynn FORTY HOURS Forty Hours Adoration will be held In St Anthonys church Twen tyithlrd and Market beginning with a high mass tomorrow morning and concluding with solemn vespers sermon and benediction on Tuesday evening During this season of prayer tho sanctuary will present a beauti ful sight Rev Father Seraphin the pastor will have the assistance of many of the diocesan clergy ST LOUIS BERTRANDS U 8L ILemic BertraadB during the coming Lenten season there will be special sermons on Sunday and Wednesday evenings and the Stations of the Cross on Friday evenings ARMY TO ALTAR Edward M Hartigan a member of St Vincents parish Boston has resigned from the United States Military Academy at West Point and entered St Johns Seminary Brighton to study for the priesthood a 1000000 as Follows I THE DIRECTORS NON N NN ThirtyFourth SemiAnn- ualEMBROIDERY l SALE assortIIContinues with the most beautiful ment of Embroideries it has ever beentour pleasure to offer I Wide Dress Embroideries Very exquisite patterns in both the English eyelet and French effects combined with Irish lace 84Cfirmation Dress Embroideryon a good 48Cshowy42inchwlde Dress Embroidery 48cyardWide Embroidery for Chil drens DressesPatterns are very 44SwissAllover Embroidery Will be much used for dresses specially e18Csigns5 Wide Embroidery for the Long Slips Finished with dainty rut 48cveryCorset Cover Embroidery On a crossbarred Swiss large va riety of patterns special OQ C- At yard 4c a Yard 3500 Yards In I 4cterns FITTERS TO THE FAMILY prepay then for ST 112 W loomlrmi by the CaurM Large Gyms Man Tenw Ire JaneL Convent a softfinished up to 15 inches wide plain large scallop 14eyardConvent orating and edges in blind and 95CyardEmbroidered 15 Inches wide for 44cembroidery Embroidered Waist Front Each 23Ceach8 l3c 5000 Yards of 12cEmbroidery Consisting of dou bands wide and narrow 8IcwidthsAt a Yard 1500 Yards In sertions and EdgesUp to fln5 Inches yard At 14c a Yard 500 Yards of EmbroideryConsisting of embroidery corset 14cyard I 1 Emm STRAUS d SONS roURTH Avenue fcSHOESAT LESS THAN COST SHOE wide BEGINNING MONDAY FEB 3 We will place on sale all broken lots of Ladies 3 and 350 grades Lace Boots in Vici Gun Metals and Patent Vicis in Blucher and English Effects PER PAIR 195 These Goods will not be duplicated again at such low prices and it will be to your advantage benefit by an early selection VOLZ MICHAEL IIIn year 74eatlea that will Ute XAVIERS COLLEGE Ereaway Xy- Cevtuetc Xaverlan Brothers CltMlMl Bo4ftBtlflo and BMiaeM Preparatory Department BwlMMlag Peel Well Moderate DIr EmbroideryOn material EmbroideryFor dec 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Regulating Prof Walter Klaussncr 403 SOUTH SECOND Home Phone City 710- 5THOMPSONCBe 7 FLORISTWONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a SpecialtyFloral Designs 538 FOURTH AVBNTJU Both TelepHetJM IGBeaAU orders receive prompt attention sad satisfaction paraateedII VJUlMlETJLKU WILL I It takes an Irishman to do the picturesque thing A man living In Tecentlydied7000 Ha bequeathed it all toklfJ wife la the following terms All ray earthly goods have ia store To my dear wife I leave forever more I freely give no limit de I fix This le my Will iud lbe zeevtriz 2 I r EVICTION Tralle Magistrates Invests gating Death of Aged Woman The Tralee Maeltsrates have onl done an act of common justice in con senting to hold a public inquiry int the causes that led to the death o an old woman who is popularly regarded from one end of Ireland to the other as the victim of a Kerry eviction The incident happened on the top of a mountain in a place called Glounseehun There lived an old woman eightyone years old in a wretched little cot to which iin spite of poverty and hardship she clung with all the force of a loving unreasoning womans heart and strength The landlord however determined to take possession of her homestead and in an unlucky mo ment ho got an eviction order against the poor old soul When the Sheriff arrived that officer found the poor halfdemented creature in bed and obviously very 111 and he promptly refused to carry out the victim holdIing that it was not humane to this old woman even with the help of a doctor Unfortunately the land lord insisted on his rights In spite of the fact that the danger and risk to life were carefully pointed out to him and in the end the excited old soul was hustled out of bed into her clothes tied on a car and driven to a relatives home where eight days later she died It is now alleged that in order to make her leave the cot an order was given to fire the roof after saturating it with benzoline INCENSE Its Use Is Full of a Deep and Holy Mean- Ing rJ The use of incense often puzzles and even repels nonCatholics Yet it is full of deep and holy meaning When the priest and his attendants enter the sanctuary at the opening of benediction you may notice that the little procession Is headed by a server called a thurlfer incense bearer vested In cassock and surplice who carries or swings a censer or thurlble The latter Is an ornamental metal box fitted with a movable lid and suspended fromIIis the thurlfers hand by several long chains It contains lighted charcoal Twice during the ordinary benediction service the priest will rise from his knees and will drop some grains of incense on to the coal and after kneeling down once more before tho altar and bowing low will swing tho thurlble upward toward the throne on which the Blessed Sacrament reposes What does all this mean If you are familiar with your Bible you will easily understand It Let my prayer be guided like incense in thy sight It is well for objectors to tho use of incense in the services CatholcshurcllJQrememberthat y God himselfr nllOUSEIrish names will plentiful in the next House of Representatives are five from Connecticut Mahan Rel11y Donovan JKennedy The Macs and the of Os will also be well represented McDermott and MoAndrews of Chi a cago McGilKcuddy of Maine Mc tigantheti lahoma the other from Bryans town of Lincoln Neb There are OLeary and OBrien of New York OShaughnessy of Rhode Island and OHara of Illinois And one mustnt overlook Curry Hayes Keating Madden Gorman Gallagher the twoIt Connollys Murray Gurley Kelly the two Quinns Scully Walsh Egand Maher Griffin Sullivan Conry K Dealing Clancy Driscoll Buckley Casey Burke and the twot Dillons verily the list reads like tho roll of the Irish members of theh British Parliament New York SunJ L C B A The triennial convention of the 1 Ladles Catholic Benevolent Asso St elation will be held at Atlantic City 1 J next July This association i which is composed of Catholic a women now numbers over 135000 Insurance and social members dl Everybranch to tyfive and over will send a delegate to this convention BISHOP SCHIXNEH RESIGNS The Right Rev Augustin F Bishop of Superior Wis has been obliged owing to indlffer health to resign his Bishopric for which an administrator has been appointed The Bishop was or dained on March 7 1886 appointed Bishop of Superior on May 13 1905kconsecrated 11sameI has a Catholic population of 48028 whites and 3015 Indians There are fiftyeight secular priests and twentyone priests of religious orders HITS NAIL HEAD I Recently in conversation with a young convert from Episcopaltanlsm we asked him his impressions of of Catholic life founded on three years- xperience as a Catholic Very promptly fte answered L knave been particularly Aruck by the charity- of Catholics towards Protestants Never yet have I heard a bitter word nonCatholics They are a sorry that their faith is so meager hope for their conversion but there is no such intolerance and positive hatred as 1 myself have known whilst a Protestant Of course he has hit the nail on the head Brooklyn Tablet LARGER CITIES Buenoi Aires the capital of Argen Una has sow a population of over 1400000 while Rio de Janeiro of narabera nearly 1000000 Few TMliM how fait South American growing arid developing large dries u IlfFINEST Hart Schaffner arxY eefSUITS AND- OVERCOATS 28 30 and 35 Goods o- r175Oi I Including black and blues as will as well as fancy patterns In all styles and materialsLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET Catholic Childrens Magazine The Child Apostle is n little magI azine published monthly for Catholic children It is filled with stories twentyfivetwentyivea years subscription for your boy or girl Address Tho Child Apostle Chicagom RECENT DEATHScc t The funeral of Bridget Kelly took place Tuesday morning from the Cathedral She was seventyfive years old and resided at 712 West Walnut She was never married and survived by three nieces Mrs Eugene Murphy Miss Maggie Kelly and Mrs Jerry Murphy Following a prolonged illness of Brights disease George Tuell died Sunday afternoon at his home 2211 c West Madison street He was thirty five years of age and is survived by I his widow and one child The fu t neral was held Tuesday morning from St Charles church Mrs Mary Foley beloved wife of William Foley 128 North Twentieth 1 street passed to her eternal reward Tuesday evenlng ln the fiftyeighth ear of her ageH6r funeral took place Friday mornlngfrom St Pat church and was attended by mourning friends and rela Monday morning with a requiem high mass the last solemn rites were 1 held over the remains of Eugene Cooney Sr at St Johns church which for many years he had been faithful and respected member Mr Cooney was seventy years old had long been connected with Louisville Gas Company He is survived by one son Eugene J Cooney the lawyer and a daughter Miss Mary Cooney I Holy Name church South Louistt ville suffered the loss of another ofE valued and highly esteemed members last Sunday evening when claimed Albert O Finley 426 street He was fortynine years old and is survived by his wife and children Albert B Jr and I1sstt Margaret Finley The funeral was Tuesday morning the Rev j OConnor being the celebrant- of the requiem mass I By the death of Mrs Theresa I Nlcoulin widow of Joseph Nlcoulln Cecilias parish loses another of its oldest and most highly esteemed I members Mrs Nicoulin had been sufferer from organic heart trou ble and she was fortified by the last j sacraments of the church when caUedI her eternal rest Surviving her are the following children Edwin JIHerbert and Villettia Nlcoulin and Mrs A F Schuler of Louisville nndE Lee Nlcoulln of Newark Ohio Mrs Adele Stratton of Louisville Is a sister The funeral was held Monday t morning Rev Father Craney offi ciating at the solemn mass of re qulemII HARDIXSBURG Miss Mary E Kennedy a well I nown young lady of Hardlnsburg week entered the novitiate at Nazareth forsaking the world to become a Sister of Charity- COVINGTON Mr and Mrs John McDonough of 150 West Fourth street Covington last Saturday announced the engagement t of their daughter Miss Flor- enCe McDonough to Bernard KruUII Chicago IlLtPOLICE CHAUFFEUR ILL John Prendergast the well known police automobile chauffeur has been 111 for the past two weeks with severe attack of throat trouble atIhis home 1125 Seventh street Front latest reports John is improving aJ1dI his friends expect to hear his cheery honk honk in the next couple ofYdays HUDSON RIVER The Hudson river la belie navigated at a later date tfate year than any time BBC 1810 when Robert Fulton was running big steamer Car Neptune WNew York and tbHDOulUlma13navigation OB December 17 0 PROBLEM Inhabitants of Inlshmurry Defy Rate Collectors In a country so full of romance as Ireland It need hardly surprise any one that a Government officer ofIsituations object of derision At the present tryIngIsland of Innlshmurray situated off surroundedby thirteen intheirthey refuse to astheytheyItheagency ofa rowboat but an enter prising collector more bold than his oflevyinglies never been heard of since with InSUgoonlyalternativethe asthenot realize more than 50 such an distinctly HUSH MORAL FORCE admiring oftheI thehomecan commander was much applauded IfItruiethroughwinters neverdoubtingwouldbrealc ofthedo not know of a better test Many fromtl1Clr f Eventheirthedistinction FATHER HAYES PARISH j Father Thomas Hayes of Gillette Wyo is said to have the most extensive parish of any priest In the United States Father Hayes might beingthecountry from point of miles covered each year He Is located In Wyoming and his territory comprises a radius of 40000 square miles He travels upon the average of 500 miles per week Father Hayes is a mission ary On some occasions he stays all night at one place to start out the next day for a ride of fifty to 100 miles to the next parishioner CROSS OF 01111191II Protestants sometimes ask why we give so much reverence to the cross It is because the cross Is the symbol of mans redemption of Gods undying love for his creatures re calling to our minds the sufferings = He endured to atone for our sins And often when weighed down by sorrow when all seems to go wrong Iand the burdens of life press heavily upon us It calms and refreshes our troubled spirits to gaze on the wasted form and forbearing countenance of our Lord as He hangs upon tho cross From the contemplation of his sorrows we derive new strength to bear up under our own and we are Itltyapproach closer to Him who has suffered so much for our sakes HINTS ON STYLE Brocades have already established themselves in evening costumes The finger tip and wrist length jacket are expected to dominate f Crepe weaves are In high favor particularly in silk and in cotton In some of the newest bodices and coats the underarm seam no longer existsPointed silks will hold a prominent E place in the fashions of the spring seasonThe new suit coats are cut in odd fashions with skirts frequently drapedII net is a pretty finish to short elbow sleevesSome of the new short suit coats are bolero in front and cutaway in the back The pronounced change in skirt draperies Is the lifting of the fullness In the front Yellow stands out prominently as a novelty color It will be seen in millinery trimmings In fabrics and in accessories USEFUL HINTS The person whose complexion Is f not clear should oat all the fruit possible But unless it Is cooked = It is apt to bring out a rash Cold foods are enemies to the stomach They reduce the tempera ture below the point necessary for good digestion- A sponge for washing and bathing is not sanitary as it is impossible be thoroughly cleansed An or dinary Turkish wash cloth is much better For Insomnia lie straight and inhale deeply for fifteen minutes placing the hands at the waist line and sending the breath down forcing tho hands apart RabsorbentI ginger and pack tight In your ear ou will be surprised how soon the ache will leave you GOOD POTATO CAKE One cup of butter twocup of sugar four eggs half a cupful of sour milk In which dissolve half a otItwo ouneee of chocolate clans nutmeg and cloves to tate IY about half a teappooafuV of eaef A fRANK FEHR BREWING CK 1lNeP a Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KT iCumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TUE WIEDEMANNI BREWING COMPANYS 1 Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent SavM QRUBER DEUSER Managers 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 7671787Z Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brew i 508 510 and 512 CLAY STRfIIr TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATaDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATEDa1400 to 1408 Story Avenue PHONES 891 UXJISVIUUt Kg Gilds fl Rogers see BOOK 60 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line ol goods They are the finest of thsir kind in the city INks Magazines and Religious Article- sor mrjunr DBSCBIFTIOM 434 West Jefferson Street j BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- IIeleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 JOHN B STRUBEL lEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market St HOME PHONE 406- 6EPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL WORK GUARANTEED Bake in loaves or in layers This make a large cake but half the quantity of Ingredients makes one of nice size WILL DB8XRO7 BUGS Ail of cedar will destroy bedbugs Thy will apt stay wkere 1t ite ap plied BorwUltker MUD when aee baaiaarf t FURCAPS 1 2 2 JIRATS HATS TWO STORES rem 228 W MARKET STREET 434 W MARKET STREET THE 2 FAVORITES ol LealsrlHes Particular Sackers TARPY SPECIAL1- 0c Cig- arLITTLE AJSc Cigar The cigars without an equality quality and flavor Homemade UnloHsaad and tile bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET MONUMENTSHaving stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we are in a position to offer tile same to parties wishing te Sea prove their cemetery lets at very J low prices Give usa call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St Niv MtfllOM Mftiiftitf Gfc t r F = I- JCENTUOKY 2RI1saz AlYSBiRIOAPt i i AT THE BIG STORE or IipleaseIi SUITS- OVERCOATS SUITS SUITSi OVERCOATS OVERCOATS This great Clearance Sale means much to every wearer of fine clothes Dont miss it THE BIG STORE 424 Pou s1lewcea IMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO- Pt For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE f 425 427 and 429 East Market Street J WEDDING GIFTS FO- REASTER BRIDES We have a large and comprehensive assortment of beautiful pieces in Solid Silver and Sheffield Plate embracing Tableware of many designs Candelabra Sliver Service etc K of C Emblems fin plan charms buttons Gold and sliver novelties dia monds and other precious stones in beautiful settings Select Now S E LEDMAN 6c SON 410 West Market St You Can Rely on Ledman I I i JAsJ NAUGHTON JOS N NAUGHTONI Naughtons Pharmacy lIed By Registered Pharmacists Only Te phone Us and We Send For Them Heffle Phone 87 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS NNNNNONO N NONNNA I THERE IS A REASON FOR IT I The great popularity and for the celebrated QUICK i GAS RANGE Is due entirely to its great effici ency durability and great saving quality Sold on easy payments and connected SON 215 Market St near Second ONM This Damp Cool Weather the Beginning of Winter BRINGS ON RHEUMATISM BUT A FEW DOSES OF I Kanwfmuellers demai fre- eQEHER r RHEtlflTIG Reffledjy Quickly Relieves It Sold by All Druggists Made by the KAMPFMUELLER MFG COLouisvilIe Ky Imeerporatftd I aI eH J BANIFON P BANHOH JR L J VEENEKAN T leoretsryTINCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIEDr RAVING BRICK For Streets and Roadways t OfficeI e 52 West JftierteA Street Works Magnolia Ave Bet 9lh and Ut- hrA tT 1232s v Ho x+tei tOU JI DR J Te CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SI V1DNLH STRBB3T TMpkuitCuefii r rt2319 1J 1 f il j J t HIBERNIANS I What They Have Been Doln the Past WeakUeneral- News Notes Syracuse Hibernians plan a great celebration of Robert Emmet day Daniel J Sheehan Is now President of the Milwaukee division tho largest In the country The Ladles Auxiliary of Quincy 111 ended their social season with a spinsters cpnvehtion Financial reports for the year show substantial gains everywhere for the Ladies Auxiliary- In thirteen States there are now juvenile divisions and in a numbs of Instances they are uniformed Division 3 of South Omaha Is pre paring for a big celebration of Its silver jubilee on St Patricks day Let each Hibernian do his par and the membership in Louisvlll will be more than doubled this year During the lull in social activities Hibernians should become active iin securing candidates for their divis IonsDivision 1 meets Tuesday night when It Is hoped by President Tarp and the new officers that Fans Cit Hall will be well filled Right Rev Bishop McGolrlck ond11 Rev Father Lyden witnessed the Joint Installation of Division 1 andlI the Ladies Auxiliary at Duluth MinnJohn D ODea has begun the arduous task of writing the history of the Ancient Order The work will consist of 2000 pages in five vol umesDivision 3 will meet Mondaj night and initiate a number of new members and all are invited to be present and give the candidates a Hibernian welcome The large class organized at Lincoln Neb by Rev Father Shine State President was initiated last Sunday the degrees being conferred by a team from Omaha The annual Irish ball of the Hibernians of Fort Wayne Ind held at the Commercial Club last Tuesday night was the most elaborate social function ever given In that city Hon Warren Duffy of Toledo Hon Martin Sweeney of Cleveland and other members of the Ohio Leg islature delivered addresses at the joint Installation at Columbus Buffalo Hibernians have sent President Taft an emphatic protest against the presence of Gen Nelson Miles in an official capacity at the coming Commodore Perry celebra tion County President W1 Connelly will pay an official visit to Divisionl 2 next Thursday night when It isI expected he will be greeted by goodIII sized delegations from the other divisions threeII Next Thursday night will install Its officers at St Will lams Han Thirteenth and Oak streets and extends a cordial invita tion to all members of the order to partake of the festivities that will tallow the ceremonies The four divisions of the Ancient Order the two divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary and the Hibernianl rifles had n grand joint Installation of officers Wednesday night at I Columbus Ohio Both County Chaplains Rev D A Clarke andl Rev T J OReilly were present TRINITY MEETING Was Full of Interest for the Many Members Present A large sized crowd was present Icnday night at the meeting of Trln lty Council when several candidates WEre received Into membership the proceedings being full of Interest for the young men of the East End C J Haffner was reported well and George Garrity Nick Mubbuch Jr and A Grantz improving while the amen of David B Garvey and P1furphy were placed on the sick list Chairman James B Kelly notIfIed the council that the special building committee would have something of merest to submit next Monday night under a special order of business at 9 oclock Paul Bowling reported that the dances thus far were well attended and all indications point to the sociall club as a permanent adjunct to Trinity Council Thomas JIurphy was Instructed to arrange iflitho Rev Father OGrady chap tfiln of the council for a day for the regular communion of the members Before adjourning President Ecker announced a new committee ho- wl1l plan another large membership campaign rVATICAN MOTION PICTURES It Is scarcely necessary to call attention to the entertainment to bo- given Sunday and Monday nights at indhorst Hall Floyd and Woodbine when His Holiness Plus X and- the Vatican will be shown in motion ctures These pictures were taken by especial permission and are ab- solutelY genuine Nothing like them has ever been shown in this part of pe country aria it is certain they Will attract large audiences COFFEE SOCIAL A grand coffee social will be given br the people of St Edwards church In Jeffersontbwn next Tuesday after noonand evening The Social will n held in the school hall and begins at 3 oclock in the afternoon Rev I fillther Rave rrian tKo pastor Invites j 1 l his friends and patrons and a good timdls assured those who at 1 tend If you lltfe to sip a good- oup of coffee lie sure to take this tip and come to this social SuLLIVAN FOILED FOOTPADS tootrlef when they attempted to hold up eI- rohn J Sullivan who conducts a 11- ate atJreston and Walnut The Itruggle between the highwayman mdthelrI victim wags witne ed by a t iribeir 6t people who kept at a ella E- ane until Bulllvan knocked a pistol r Im tielIall ofOneanatke tw d 1913 August Primary 1913 Harry W RobinsonII Candidate For ReElection- I PROSECUTING ATTORNEYI t OF CITY COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- DIVISION 1 Meets at Palls City Hall on Firs and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy McCarthlRecording sick Financial SecretaryJoseph Far roll TreasurerThomas Keenan BergeantatArns Henry McDer mottSentinelJohn KeaneIMeets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefe Financial Secretary John T IeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3M Meets First and i Thlrd Mondays Nineteenth ate rortland PresidentHugh ourtgan Vice Presldent John M Maloney Recording Secretary John P Pride iVFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes lion Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J LanganRecording Secretary John J BarryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far tellSentinelM J McDermott V AdC I- MACIIIN I COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at ClubI House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank O Adams First Vice President Qeo Thorn tonSecond Vice PresidentJohn J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretarYJohn R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry T Kibbey TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalFredSchuler Inside SentinelLiilvrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Orat zer fled Sullivan was on his way to his place of business about 7 oclock and while passing the alley between Madison and Walnut streets a man suddenly confronted him with a re volver and another who was walking behind suddenly joined and aided the highwayman Without hesitation Sullivan struck the man with the pistol and knocked it from his hand Then a struggle ensued for the pos session of the weapon During the encounter the saloonkeeper was struck over the head with the revol ver receiving a slight scalp wound While struggling for the possession of the revolver one of the men pulled the trigger and the finger of the saloonkeeper was caught by the descending hammer Sullivan an gered by the pain threw one of tile men to the street and then sat on him This frightened the other highwayman who fled down the alley While Sullivan was extricating his finger from the revolver the robber br a quick movement broke loose and made his escape NEW ALBANY Anthony Monahan a well known resident of New Albany who was trlckon with apoplexy a month ago at his home on East Fifthf street Is recovering and It Is thought will soon be able to be out again Division 1 A 0 H closed its inter series of euchres Wednesday light when TrlnltV Hall was crowds d The rlef weralrtiuoh enjoined i and added vcom lderably id the iTjilonV trwunirr 11 r 10 IRELAND Record of the Most Important tof the Recent Events Culied From Exchanges Although the weather has been operationshaveI the Ballybay district For tho purpose of fostering and protecting home trade and manufactures a trades council Is beIng organized at Carrickmacross An old man named Morrissey was found dead in a field by his wit near Folksmllls County Wexford ia few days ago He was seized by heart failure The death of Patrick Rafferty one of the most prominent men In the public life In the county caused feelings of profdund sorrow through MonaghanWilliam of the Kings County Surveyors office Tullamore has been elected to the position of Secretary to the Kings County Insurance Society At a meeting of the Ennis Urban Council the question of lighting the town by electricity was discussed A report oh this project will be submitted at an early date A terrific storm recently passed over the Arran Islands Considerable damage was done to churches schools and private houses One boa was driven ashore a complete wreck The recent death of Patrick QDon aghue at the age of seventyfour IIs much regretted In Knocklong and surrounding districts He was the father of sixteen children most of whom are living Claims to the extent of abou 2000 have been lodged with the MohlllRural District Council for tin alleged malicious burning of dwelllnj houses hay sheds etc In the district within the past month or so It has been provisionally agreed between the Nationalists and Union ists in Clones taht the latter should get a representation of four on the Urban Council which consists of nine members the Chairman and 1Vice Chairman to be Nationalists The residences of two very old womenold age pensioners named Mary Dowllng and Anne Daly residing convenient to each at Bally kelly near Monasterevan on the Rathangan roadwere visited by an unknown man and their occupants beaten and robbed of all the money they possessed After over thirty years service at the Athlone Woolen Mills the retire ment took place a short time ago of Andrew McCormick To mark the occasion his colleagues by whom he was held In deep respect presented him with a costly gold watch while Mrs McCormack was made the re- cipIent of a silverplated teapot Four candidates presented them selves for election to the Mastership of Llsmore Union Messrs Patrick Daly Acting Master Patrick Mc McGrath of Cappagh William Cole man of Ballyduff and John HIckie of Lismore In the final poll Messrs McGrath and HIckie tied and on the advice of the Solicitor it was decided to readvertlse the vacanc- yNINETEEN More Added to Division 4sBig Class Awaiting Initiation Division 4 A O H kept up its remarkable stride In securing new members by electing nineteen more Monday evening for their initiation on February 24 which will take place at Bertrand Hall and in addi tion to this increased waiting list four more were obligated by President 1 John Hennessy at the meeting viz Edward Brown Matt Clare Patrick Gilmore and Edward Byrne The degree team is rehearsing weekly now and the officers of Divis ion 4 are predicting a record break ing class for the bestowal of the degrees on that date County PresI- dent W J Connelly was present and urged the members to begin adver tising the St Patricks day celebra tion right away and also announced that he had appointed John J Score as Division Deputy for that division John yinn and George Holland were reported by the Visiting Committee as still being on their sick list President Hennessy announced the appointment of D J Reilly as choir leader who would also select a choir for the Initiation GOOD COMBINATION The Louisville baseball public is assured in advance of a good ball team representing the city this year as the combination of Otho Wathen as business manager and Jack Hayden as playing manager Is a guar antee of a successful team Every one familiar with the playing situa tion knows that Jack Harden worked wonders with last years poor material and certainly deserved an other fair trial Mr Wathens business judgment and liberality in sealing with the public will prove an incentive In drawing patronage while those who know him per anally know that his knowledge oft ball players ability is greater thanI n great many of the socalled wise leaders here who have been traveling on their reputation which is only a newspaper one at that CONDITION UNCHANGED The Rev Father Edwin Drury haplalti at Lorettb Academy is still dnflned to St Josephs Infirmary ufferihg from an Illness contracted otne weeks ago While his condl tlion is not critical there has been ittle change this week ST WILLIAMS Services at St Williams church Thirteenth and Oak streets during he Lenten season will be held on the Wednesday Friday and Sunday evenings beginning at 730 oclock Rev leorge M Connor the pastor will reach a course of sermons on doc rinalsubjects V the first on Ash Vedneiday dealfng with PenaHCfl and Leat r T Bigger Than Ever OUR SEMIANNUAL DOLLAR SHOE SALE Beginning Saturday February II This semiannual sale has grown to such propor tions that thousands have come to look forward to itW- as the time to buy footwear that will carry them over in between seasons This time we will have nearly 8000 pairs of Womens and Misses high and low shoes including house shoes worth from 125 up to 350 the pair ti We will also have for the first time 2500 pair i 1751andJSLJUNWGOAPDRATED I uu uuuuuuu Better Get Acquainted With MULLOYS COFFEE Its Quality and Freshness Never Vary tULLOYS tSPJBCOIAL 1 Pound for 300 2 Pounds for 55c 3 Pounds for SOc Mail Orders of 100 or more postpaid by Parcel Post up to 150 miles JOHN M MULLOY9 SdN PB fN lN N NNiNN l64 FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South ides NOt 1f1N RAGTIME PLAYING PIANO I IPositively Taught in Ten to Twenty Lessons Write For Booklet J FORREST THOMPSON 2822 W Madison St Shawnee 2174 BE SURE TO CALL FOR II- II 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