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PATRONIZE Second and VOLUME 8 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS fANATICS Receive Cold Cheer From tl Two Leading Jewish Organs Arc Not in Sympathy With On ragcons IWar Upon Catholics =I Reminds Jews Too Much of Pei scciition They Have Suffered SET EXAMPLE FOR OTHER It is indeed pleasant to chronicle that some of the nonCatholic re llgious organs of the country are no in sympathy with the outrageou war being made upon Catholics by Gen Miles his Guardians of Liberty their organs The Menace etc The Jewish Voice of St Louis in a recent issue contains the following The Menace the antiRomat Catholic paper of Aurora Mo does not meet with our approval of opposition to any church EmanuElh of San Francisco calls a spade spade for which fact we have naughtt bpt our unqualified approval We most cordially endorse our con temporary on the following de nunciation for such it Isofan at tempt to arouse prejudice and ill feeling between man and man That concern sent us also a printed all for publication at regular space rates and we too of course declined it Every word of EmanuEl In the following clipping finds an echo In our own heart and mind The Menace a publication in Aurora Mo devoted to the Interests of antiCatholicism has forwardedI us an article containing an attack o Catholic institutions requesting its publication in EmanuEl at our reg ular space rates We have no desire to earn money that way and do not Intend to lend ourselves to such dirty business Catholicism in America has done much for philanthropy andI education and Its elemosynary In stitutions are admirably conducted The A P A movement reminded us Jews too much of our own persecu tions to give it much comfort The Menace rather than Catholicism ii- I is a menace to freedom of conscience I and the principle of religion The American Israelite says The Afenadeanontspokenanv- ehemently tfI bitter antiCatholic paper and a large part of the Protestant religious press vociferously menproclaim ace to our free institutions They claim that gross partiality andI favoritism Is shown Catholic pre fates by high officials and that the Papal hierarchy Is resorting to petty persecutions boycotts prosecutions and threats In order to subjugate th country It is quite possible that this may be true although the Israelite does not believe It but if it were no more than a fight of th outs against the ins for surely afar s as lies In their power the Prot estant churches control the country and a great many of them even as sort that the right of Protestants t rule the United States In the Interest of Protestant Christianity is a right divine given of God not direct bu through Jesus the mediator There is however a large body of intelll gent thinking citizens Protestant Catholic Jews Scientists Agnostics Infidels and Atheists who believe that this is neither a Protestant country nor a Catholic country but a country of equality before the law of all religions the Interests of each one of which would be best con served by an absolutely secular gov ernment and absolutely secular com mon schools and that is what ware going to have in the very near future The expression of these two fear less Hebrew organs is of special Interest to Catholics They not only declare the general attitude of ou Jewish brethren as regards religious persecutions but they disclose the methods employed in the A P A propaganda All honor to the Jew ish organs in refusing oven for the money paid down to publish the vile filth emanating from Aurora The example set is one that should bring the blush of shame to the many Protestant sheets which are at pres ent concerned In aiding in stirring u this religious war against the churc NEW SEE DuffyYoun est Member of Amen can Hierarchy The Rev James A Duffy pastor of the Cathedral at Cheyenne Wyo just appointed Bishop of the new diocese of Kearney Nebr is probably the youngest member of the Amerl man hierarchy He was born In S Paul Minn about thirtyeig- soars t ago received his preliminary education In the parochial schools of that city and then entered St Thomas College where ho comI pleted his classics He made hi theological studies at St Paul Sem- Inary where he was ordained by Archbishop Ireland on May 27r 1899 He it the first alumnus of that Institution to be raised to the Kplseopate The diocese of Kearney was erected by decree of the Con nMerlal Congregation and approved by Pepe Flu X on March I 1912t T t I KENTUCKY RISH AMERICAN 6LOUISVILLEIt embraces a trifle more than halt the area of the State Nebraska including all that HaFFthe Platte river and west of western boundaries of Wheeler Garfield Howard and 11e squat1Care within Its boundaries The Cat eah ollc population according to th returns compiled a few weeks ag for the Catholic directory is 15191i There are twentyeight priests mistrI stations where mass is celebrated 1i n other buildings than churches The total number of churches in the diocese is fiftyeight No time has been set for the Bishops consecration but it will take place som e time after Easter Monsignor De Becker Entertained by Kentucky Priests The Right Rev Monsignor Jule- f De Becker J U D Rector of the American College for young men nreoarlnc for the priesthood a Louvaln Belgium arrived in Louis vllle sooner than expected but nevertheless received a genuine Ientucky welcome While here the noted churchman was the guest o f Rev B H Westermann pastor o the Church of the Immaculate Con banaquet in his honor at which were present Bishop ODonaghue andt many of the clergy Father Wester mann is one of the oldest of the alumni of iLouvaln Just before go Ing to dinner Mgr De Becker dis cussed his visit to this country andl Loutsp ville the cradle of the great Institution of which he is the head He expressed astonishment at the great ness of the country remarking that lie has traveled for weeks and yet has not seen all of it While her he visited the churches in chargei of former students of Louvaln and 1also spent a day at Bardstown The American College at Louvain of which Mgr De IBecker Is Rector ii- a Is seminary for the education of young men for the priesthood It was founded in 1857 by the Right Rev Dr Martin John Spalding the Bishop of Louisville With him was associated the Right Rev Dr Peter Paul Lefevro at that time coadjutor and administrator of the diocese of Detroit The alumni in this number seventeen of whom seven are In Louisville They are the Rev Dominick Crane chaplain of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital the Rev Eugene Crane the ReV Joseph NtMJislo i1LHI2b frlnlty church l tf1lw8itheR li Rothheut of the Church of St Francis of Assist Louisville the Rev Rev James Assent of St Eliza beths church Louisville the Rev John B Pelfer of St Helens church Shively the Rev C J OConnell of St Josephs Bardstown the Rev G A Vantroostenberghe of the Church of Our Lady of Mercy Hodgenville Rosesechurch Henderson the Rev Will iam D Pike St Michaels church Fairfield the Rev J B Wight of the HillseFinley the Rev Louis Horbeth of St Martins church Rome the Rev Louis Spalding St Williams church Knottsvllle the Rev Anthony churchoClarkson the Rev Theophlllus Kellenears St Agnes church Union Holty Trinity church Frederlcktown MACKIN Votes For Club House an Gymnasium to Cost 25000 Makln Council had an unusually interesting meeting Monday night when a full and free discussion re sulted In a unanimous vote favoring the proposition to erect a new club cosrt 25000 It is estimated that this will be a home for the young men of the West End who will be accorded all the privileges A commit tee of fifteen headed by W A Link was named to devise ways and meansI for the undertaking Realizing theI great benefit this Institution will beI to Louisville many are advocating a public subscription to help along the chaPp bhy Fathers Craney and CHeeson whoI were elected to membership Each was called upon and spoke words ott encouragement and advice that left their Impress The Visiting Commlt lisgt were improving Mackin has abandoned its social activities for the Lenten season and therefore the next event will be the reception ballI on Easter Monday night Though the date has not been set there is a growing sentiment favoring a joint Initiation of tho three Falls councils for which Mackfn will have a good class WEDDINGhtMiss Mary Myrtle Elder a wen known young woman of Paducah and Damian Woodson Sims of Now Haven were married Tuesday morns ing at nuptial mass in St Lde Sales church Paducah the Rev Father H A Connelly officiating Only relatives and Immediate friends were present The only were the uah rs Earl Rider of the bride and Louis Berger Th couple left for Louisville to span- Stheir honeymoon They will seeid la Ktw laves I IRISH PARTY Comes to Rescue of the Liberal Ministry and Sores Asquitho lrnctlrtally Ituiiis House of Lords Victoryi in Dcrry Gives Ulste Cry a Smashing Ilion IRELAND WILL REMAIN UNITE This was perhaps the greatest- s week of all for Ireland cabled the Hon T P OConnor M P last Saturday It began with the resCUe capetAsquith an Impossible position of the womans suffrage question This result was largely due to Irish influence and the stern determination of th- f Liberal members to allow nothing to Interfere with home rule Harcourta brilliant attack on Sir Edward Grey and LloydGeorge finally demonstrated the correctness of the Irish warning that the mixing up of the womans question with the fortunes of the Ministry would make things impossible and even the most stubborn suffragettes in the Liberal party realized that this internecine struggle among the Ministers had only to continue some three weeks and the Ministry would be smashed to smithereens and all the precious fortunes dependent on its existence breathedofreely again when even Grey and LloydGeorge realized the situation and the Cabinet unanimously agreed to withdraw from the impossible on Monday last- Simultaneously began the debate on the home rule bill in the House of Lords Nothing showed so ofnthe House of Lords as the barrier to home rule than the absolute Indifference of the public during theI whole debate Monday night As the ofeLords Itself gave further confirma tion of the universal sense of its impotence Some old die hardsI like Lord Halsbury wailed that the House of Lords was now only a de b society hWI1J10 powet ftI brPI the debate was the entire change of tone from the former struggle Even such strong Tory leaders as Lord Curzon and such important church men as the Archbishop of York acknowledged that there was an Irish problem which must be faced and solved Lord Grey went fur ther and announced his conversion to federal home rule and admitted that colonial opinion all was in favorI of home rule and dwelt on theImomentous importance In the Inter est of the British empire of reconciling the Irish millions in the United States When the division came the bill of course was rejected The major ity was less by 121 than in the division against Gladstones bill in 1893 The whole tone of the debate reverted to the certain conviction among even the members of the House of Lord that home rule is now Inevitable and the only remain ing question is the terms of compro mise which the Orangemen can get theIcome House of Commons passes home ruleI the second time and the House of Lords holds out for the exclusion of Ulster The Irish party is absolutely unanimous in its determination to refuse every attempt to divide Ire land into two nations but otherwise is ready to meet the opposition in every reasonable concession Tho Derry election came by a splendid coincidence the very next morning after the rejection of the bill by the Lords and supplied a splendid and epochmaking response to this defiance Never was there an election fought with greater spirit and more vehement energy On both sides the voters came long distances and oven the dying were brought up in blankets and ambulances to vote both sides realizing the historic and far reaching Im portance of the result at the present crisis During Thursday evening both Irishmen and Tories in the House of Commons received frequent telegrams forecasting the result The Tories admitted defeat but put down the Nationalist majority at seven while even the most sanguine Nationalist did not expect more than forty When the majority of fifty seven was announced both sides were staggered and everybody recog nlzed that the Derry election made a turning point in the long struggles The Ulster cry got a smashing blow as the victory In Derry gives the Nationalists seventeen to sixtee- Ulster members thus showing eve in Ulster the majority are on theI I side of home rule The Tories now mournfully acknowledge that evenl fickle fortune which so often hasI been unfavorable to Ireland in evenl hopefulnessSg can go wrong with the LiberalI Ministry or the Irish cause TNJURlr hadI ea ity chareh in New Albany for a year ku gone te the home of hi- S I r c parents in Indianapolis where he will take a much needed rest and course of treatment for injuries received in a football game in colleg While playing football on his co1in 1sa lloge team Father Shea was kicked i ina LtscrambleLt never recovered from the effect Despite the injury however Feth- ahea completed hiss course of stu for the priesthood and was ordained after which he sistant to Rev Father hopI1 Icharge at New Albany It Is that with a few months rest and the proper treatment he will bo abl to resume his duties at Holy Trlnltj REPUBLICANS Burn Bridges by Discharglng Local City and County Committee II New Committee Active WorlIt Will Be Confined to Issu ing Cards I Primary in August Will Itevea1 Iteguelar Candidates FEW ANNOUNCEMENTS WEEK The unceremonious discharge of tho local City and County Republi can Committee by the Republican State leaders has left the G O P iIn the middle of a bad fix on future primaries and elections as loss o John Cassady who was Secretary from tho list of active workers willi be a esvere blow in itself to future plans of the organization knowledge of practical politics coupled with ills ability to work makes It doubly hard Then agairi the committee to revive the part here is enough to make a boss laugh the list of reorganizers look ing like the roster of the Fendennis Club Directors or the branch heads of the Standard Oil Company notl a single active political worker iin the list and mostfof those selecte- having a very hazy idea of practical1 politics None ofrthem ever get any closer to the coimon people than iin riding past thjMMln their automo biles When tJH Mimary season rolls around theme probably meet a ii 1t TInstructions and directions or th triffraff of the party and then so back in their easy chairs waiting for the returns The Herald Is still repeating its dally humorous stories about ho the local Progressive workers are only Intent on seeing that the people get good government and that seek- Ing offices is the last thing in their minds and that further In the event of their eelctlon and the next Legis lature deciding in favor of the commission government all of the Progressive patriots will immediately resign That is the Herald says they will but evidently it Is not famllfa- with some of the Progressives pas history many of whom in forme- years have been Democrats Republi cans and Fuslonlsts In fact any old thing to get officeand the Herald is certainly mistaken if It thinks any of them will voluntarily relinquish an office without being pried away from it with a crowbar There is still talk of Judge R W Bingham entering the Democrats primary and It Is rumored that ex Police Chief Haager and exFire Chief Tyson are the principal promoters of his boom and would 1e- to secure the support of the Halde mans whose papers Just at present are finding great fault with Heads administration and who cannot understand why the rank and flie of Democracy does not allow them to select a majority of th nominees but tho coming primary will be a Godsend from that particular point of view as It will plainly show the glarljg weakness of some of the Haldeman candidates who have been carried into office be fore on the waves of Democratic victory Then again the boys in the Democratic trenches would like to put the query why should the CourierJournal and Times be al lowed to select any candidates Surelv not on account of the weak support given the nominees in th past and the present Democratic ad ministration Only two political announcements s for the primary were made this week Judge Samuel Boldrlclc an nouncing for reelection on his rec lord and Hon Sam Robertson nn nounclng for State Senator from th Thirtyeighth district to auccee Senator Mark Ryan who it is be- lIeved will not make the race this year on account of other duties but who Is especially strong in that direction For the Legislature In tho Fortyfifth district which fIs thne Willn lam Bohon have been mentioned as possible candidates ST WILLIAMS SERVICES Rev George M Connor pastor of St Williams church will preach to morrow evening on The Unity of the Church this being one of his course of dogmatic sermons which are delivered on Sunday evenings s while Weden day evenings are set subjectsFriday evening is devoted to Stations of the Crow and all evening 8ervie fl cloaks MAGNIFICENTs- a Preparations Outlined For Com incineration of Constantine erCentenary Event Which Placed the Cross of Christ Above thee WorldS Letter Prom Mario Prince Chlgi President of the Great Celebration ALL NATIONS SHOULD REJOICE The year 1913 brings the sixteenth centenary of the granting of freedom and peace to the church through the official recognition of Chris tianity and of the essential rights of Christian society proclaimed by the Emperor Condtantlne In the Edict of Milan in the year 313 This great fact which followed closely the glorious victory won by Constantine over Maxentlus under the walls of Rome on October 28 312 has a weight and a meaning of the highest Import in history and calls for a special commemoration in our own days It changed the fortunes of the world and in its centennial celebration all the nations should rejoice for to Christianity they owe their highest glories their chief progress in material and moral wel fare and generally their advance In civilization Catholic nations have special reasons for joy in this court memoration and above all Italy which more than all the others felt the beneficent influence of the new civilization in religion manners ands customs sciences literature and the fine arts And among all the cities of Italy Rome has its own peculiar grounds for exultation as this seat shoneYwith a new glory of Its supremacy of faith of justice and of charity over the whole civil Ized world Under the inspiration of these lofty ideas and noble sentiments two Asdsociation of the Holy Cross and the Society for Rendering Honor to the Christian Martyrs have initiated a movement to make a solemn com memoration in the year 1913 oY the ntIts WP2rtIlc reaches far beyond A9ticnnnadtchief linos of the programme which the Supreme Council appointed by the Pope intends with the aid of arewthe following FirstThe erection of a sacred monument near the Mllvlan Bridge where the Emperor Constantine defeated Maxentius which will serve as a memorial of glorious deeds to future generations and at the same time minister to the spiritual needs of the population In that new quar terSecondThe promotion In Italy oftspecialrwith publica festivities together c fleas learned as well as popular so that all may know the importance 1 of the great religious and historical fact that is being commemorated All Catholics therefore are invited to take part in this celebration through the constitution of local committees under the direction of their own Bishops and in touch with the Supreme Council of Rome so that everywhere there may be a greatean event in the manner best to each Individual placetrfrA remembrance umph of the church and of the liberty and true peace brought by Jesus Christ to the world with the c- onge sign of the cross Ismail the more opportune in the times in which we live that the powers of darkness are waging fierce war on all sides against the Christian relig- Ion with the tendencies and Insinuations of a return to paganism The cross of Christ was the banner under which were proclaimed those principle that freed mankind from the shameful yoke of idolatry and from the barbarism of slavery taught the true equality and broth erhood of men raised woman to here noble mission in life and gave rise to the marvelous formation of the nations which by virtue of the supernatural principles of Christianity they embraced have for so many centuries been the safeguard of human society and the bulwark of true civilization This solemn commemoration of alsodbe the expression our prayer that under this glorious sign all men may Join with us in the profession of tho true faith of sincere and ardent love toward the Divine Redeemer of souls and that all maybe united as brothers in that Chris tian charity which la the best pledge of enduring peaco and the source of moral and material wellbeing OLDEST PRELATES During tho past two years some very young Bishops have been ap pointed In the United States Bnt still the hierarchy of the country averages well above middle ages though some of the oldest prelates are thee most actives Here are sours of the oldest Bishop Hogan of Kane sas City will be eightyfour May 10 of this year llehop Tpley of De troit will be eighty November B Cardinal OiklMM will he aeveaty x nine July 13 Bishop RIchter of seventyrtvebe seventyfive September 11 Bishop Gabrlels of Ogdensburg will be seventyfour October 16 Arch bishop Keane retired will be seven tyfour on September 12 Bishop seventythreeJanuary will be seventythree June 2 Bishop seVPIJtytwo Augtlstr27 JOHN BARRY Will Head Mose Green Club at Inauguration of Wilson Without opposition John Barry was reelected President of the Mose Green Club at the annual meeting of headquartersnight This means that he will lead the Demecratte Moats from Kentucky Irf1Uguratlou ficers elected were William Smith Vice President Leo L Simons See rotary Jacob Graft Treasurer D J Heffernan SergeantatArms Dr T J Yeager Medical Examiner Frank McGrath Frank Dugan Ben Schul man D H Benson and James J Reagan Directors Following the election of officers plans for the trip to Washington In cident to the inauguration were dis cussed The Mose Green Club which is the oldest and strongest Demo cratic organization in Kentucky went on record as opposing the car rying of intoxicants of any kind on the special and It was made clear before the meeting was adjourned that nothing stronger than lemonade would bo served going or coming One reason for this action was that In all probability many of the men who make the trip will be accom panied by their wives or sisters About fifteen sleepers will go to make up the special that will pull out of Louisville March 2 It will arrive in Washington in time for breakfast Monday Those who make the trip with the Mose Green Club will stop at the New Varnum Hotelii reservations already having been made Especially for the occasion the club has had a new banner made and it was on view at the meeting that night It Is a handsome one of silk embroidered in gold and bears Kentuckys coatofarms the club emblem being Untied We Stand Divided We Fall The banner proper Is surmounted by a big brass rooster emblem of Democracy v LAID TO REST 1ltWrLy kyta k Rev Father Edwin Drury Called From Earthly Labors The Rev Father Edwin Drury whose illness was noted last week passed peacefully to his heavenly re ward Sunday morning at St Josephs Infirmary The sad news was every where received with expressions of sincere sorrow and prayers for the reposo of his soul Father Drury was sixtyeight years old and was lone of the most beloved priests in the Louisville diocese During his long connection with this diocese Father Drury enjoyed a wide scope of religious activity having been pastor of churches in Knottsvllle Chicago and Pewee Valley In 1893 ho gave up his pastorate In Pewee Valley to engage in independent missionary work throughout the diocese He continued this work until 1900n when he was made chaplain of the Loretto Academy in Loretto He was serving in this capacity at the time of his death In addition to his religious work Father Drury also found time for extensive literary ef forts He was a regular contributor to a number of magazines and also was the author of several books probably the best known of which is entitled What the Church Teaches This work bas been widely read and three editions have been Issued His latest work Loretto Centennial Discourses was recently published Father Drury is survived by one brother Frank Drury of Knotlsvllle and two nephews Father Louis Spalding of Knottsvllle and Father C Bray pastor of the Holy Cross church this city who accompanied the remains to Loretto where they lay in state in the Immaculate Conception chapel until the funeral Thursday morning The solemn ob sequies were conducted by Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue assisted by Vicar General Cronin and nearly all the priests In the diocese Following the solemn high mass of requiem the body was laid to rest In Loretto cemetery there to await the glorious I resurrection NOLANS PRIDE Congratulations are still pouring Into the borne of Mr and Mrs frank Nolan 3816 Grand boulevard over t the arrival of a fine baby Ing ten pounds The the pride of South Louisville and will be knbwn as Michael Joseph Brennan Nolan The christening took place last Sunday when the sacra ment of baptism was conferred by Right Rev Bishop OiDonaghue whom the youth claims as his cousin BISHOP FOR CANADA I Rev Henry OLeary pastor of Bathurst P E L has been appointed Bishop of Charlottetown Prince Edward Island to succeed the late Bishop McDonald The appoint sent wag made Saturday January 25 Ll h EATtt ROSA BREAD UNION MADE Labels Redeemable KIrbys d and lOc Store XXXNO I SATURDAY FEBRUARY I BishopElect WELCOMED COUNCIL 3 boyis atf FORTY DAYS y Of Solemn Preparation For the Great Festival of Luster y The Holy Season of Lentils Derived From the Apostles Significance of the Gospels and the Lessons They x Teach WHAT CATHOLICS SHOULD DO Wednesdaywtteu tributed upontheallknowabstinence established by our holy orthethePaschaland abstinence are commanded to enable us to strengthen our soul and restore its dominion over the senses to expiate our sins and to render to God homage for the benefits He has conferred upon us The holy season of Lent is of great antiquity and is derived from the Apostles It has portion flans kept a very strict teat and gave in alms what they retrenched from their tables We should endeavor to spend the holy season in the proper spirit and prepare for our Paschal duties We must seek to expiate our sins by pen once proportionate to their number and grievousness To this end the church exhorts us without ceasing during Lent by giving the most beautiful instructions to animate our confidence and make us enter into ourselves We find these Instructions particularly in the gospels of Lent The first Sunday of Lent the church shows us Jesus Christ lathe desert praying and fasting On the second Sunday she speaks to us of heaven which will be the recom pease of the truly penitent On tho third Sunday she depicts the un happy state of sin to induce us to quit it and on the fourth she holds up to our view the holy communion In whrch we should all participate The lasts fifteen days of Lent arts consecrated to the Passio fcssedrotrl asont e church in the gospel of each day rehearses the benefits and the most striking miracles of our Savior and the Injustice of the Jews who sought- to put Him to death On Friday before the passion she celebrates the Seven Dolors of the Blessed Virgin whose heart was pierced with sorrow on seeing the treatment witch her Divine Son suffered The last week of Lent Is called Holy Week on account of the great ness and grandeur and holiness of tits mysteries the church presents to- us and the holiness she requires of- us Therefore we should all seek to spend this season in the most recollected manner abiding by the regulations of the church and preparing for the great duty of our Easter communion The solemn fast observed by Catholics in preparation for Easter and called Lent from an AngloSaxon vord signifying spring though easily traced back to Apostolic times va icd at first both in length and In severity So late as the pontificate- of St Gregory the Great A D 600 the Roman Lent lasted six weeks onlY giving therefore to this exercise of penance Sundays being excluded thirtysix days that 1s a tithe or tenth part of the year This older discipline still obtains at illlan but the observing after the example set us by our Lord Himself- of a Lent of forty fasting days has long since become practically universal In the Catholic church Hence the Wednesday of the seventh week before Easter which we know as Ash Wednesday has become tho first day of Lent TRADE FRAUD w 1 Curious Excuse pfferedby firm In Dublin Court A curious excuse for a trade fraud was made recently at a police court In Dublin when a firm of collar manufacturers were prosecuted for applying false trade description to certain collars that they intended to placecon the market The traders admitted that they put the slogan True Irish on the collar in quei lon though they were not made in Ireland but said this occurred through an oversight They had a r factory at Londonderry where they manufactured a new style of collar which became so popular that they were unable to execute all the orders received and had to get some of the collars made at a South Molton factory in England As to these instruction were given that the words Every collar made in Ireland should be pmlttd from the collar boxes but in the rash It was forgotten that each Collar was stamped True Irish The oRb onsolatlou held out toUle prOM iutors was that the ease was a jtrtot of what an extensive trade eeuld noW be done 18 llagland wItk triM made goods r K JIJTUOKY XR sa AMERIOA KL Ti1 1taT8tet1 tto the Social ad Moral AdTancerreert of Irish Americans and Caifcolki r Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated ulillaher DESCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 I Goltrid it ths LoaUrlll PoagBtce a Se oodCU lilt iiireisall Comnnilcitlon to Ike KENTUCKY fIRISH AMERICAN 31921 West ken StL TRADES L1BFL UNIeN COUNCIL 3JJ LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 1913 TAKE HEED Dont try to make excuses during Lent The season of penance was established for the good of our souls Why not take earnest ad vantage of it v PEOPLE WANT HIM Admirers of Lieut Gov Edward J Mcpermott are pleased with the frequency and growing favor with which tho meritlon of his name for a place In Presidentelect Wilsons Cabinet IB everywhere received Our eloquent and learned Governor may not receive the high distinction his friends desire but th fact remains that he possesses every qualification and would add strength to any Cabinet the President may name The Kentucky Irish American recognizes In Lieut Gov McDermott one of Americas foremost statesmenIe to whom could safely be placed th honor of the State and country HAS A FIT The CourierJournal had another fit Thursday morning over the Panama canal takes the side of England as against the United States Senate and repudiates the Demo k cratic national platform Our excited1 neighbor declares the men In Con gress who plead for American shipping Interests should be given no quarter by the voters They are traitors to the nations honor and the party faith and should be made every mothers son of them t walk the plank screams Marse 4 Henri He also wonders at the course of Senator Gorman of New York whom he concedes to be a wise and learned Judge As for us we would rather trust to the Judgement of Judge OGorman whose record f t not one of selfish inconsistencies an 1 flops on all questions bearing upon tho welfare of the American people RIGHT VIEW J Rev Peter C G I r of nnoniIVof ta rlgh view wlie h proclnrme as ues ess and illadvised the discussion thatt has been going on In some Eastern papers concerning the fitness oft selecting an Irish Catholic for Presidentelect Wilsons Cabinet President Wilson could not select a Irish Catholic for the office even fift he wished Only Catholics that ar Americans are eligible for Cabinet portfolios Irish Catholics live fin Ireland and Ireland is notat leastt yeta part of America So whatsI the use of talking WAGE LAWS Just now serious labor troublesI are prevalent In the larger IndustriesI and minimum wage bills are beforeI several State Legislatures A few years ago says an exchange suchl legislation would have been laughe- out l of court without consideration But experience Is a great teacher and while there are still difficulties in the way of minimum wage legis lation It Is now discussed asa prac tical problem Minimum wage laws and strict regulation of the hours and conditions of labor for women and children at any rate are sorely heeded at the present time This is the most pressing problem the wider legislation including men may follow or It may not That will de pend upon the willingness of em ployers tQ pay a lIving wage without being forced to do eo by legislation- If they are unwilling the legislation will come in time When Tope Leo XIII in 1891 Issued his Encyclical on the condition of labor he laid down the doc trine of toe living wage and declared that for the employer to pay less was to take an unjust advantage of the necessity of the wage earner That doctrine was unheeded by a large proportion of employers Today It fa being crystallized In minimum wage laws For the minimum wage IB nothing more nor less than the f living wage of Pope Leos Encyclical Jlerjim Novarum of lfc9i It may surprise some of the present day labor agitators to learn that Pope Leo Xlir was the first mini- mumj wage advocate It Is true he did not any minimum wage bill Bui lid down the3 principles upon Etch all minimum wage legislation i11 bared viz that supply and demand Jifcowld not be permitted unre r tralned control over wages Man js artlaalbeingand as such he is if a ware earner entitled la justice to wages tkatt witI enable him to live aa a mDadBQt a mere animal This the Pope called a living wage end ho defined it as a wage that would enaMe a sorting inan to lire f and rear his family in frugal com fort provide for the reasonable education of his children and lay by a little for the necessities of old age The minimum wage bills that w have examined do not go so far as this but they tend toward that standard It Is a standard that employers should not wait for legis lotion to force upon them But 1if they will not listen to the appeal of justice they must have legislation We can not have It too soon The United States Government built and paid for the Panama canal1 and should bo the beneficiary thee British subsidized press to the contrary Will some American Tory tell1 what England has done for this country to entitle it to the extraordinary privileges these worthies would bestow at our expense rightePoor old Gen Sickles made his first false step when he was decoyed into the Guardians of Liberty AI American patriot and soldier who could be thus fooled is not respon Bible for any other act even embezzlement Turn him over to the sanity experts The Omaha like would like to know what will Johnny Bull demand after he gets what he wants In the Panama Ask Marse Henri Walter son who appears the leading advo cate for England- e England professes a desire for international peace and the freedom of the Panama canal But Just the same she is adding twentytwo moro war vessels to her navy the largest hi the world sStatistics5 for 1912 show that 1 in andd Wales there has been a marked de crease in the membership of the Baptist and Congregationalist churches The Indiana Catholic has th- t endorsement iLBishop iChjirjjjtml Trad juishop Teraing Hflifor OMahoney and his excellent paper have our hearty congratulations Mrs J B Wathen Jr was hostess at an Informal tea Tuesday afternoon streetneThough the Jews are not numer ous in Ireland ten of their number are Magistrates tAttend regularly the weekly devo dons and you will keep Lent right SERMONS AT RETREAT During the Lenten season special sermons will be delivered at 3 oclock Sunday afternoons by the Passion 1st fathers at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road The annual retreat for the Passlonist RevdFather Isidore of Chicago ended Tuesday of this week The services tomorrow afternoon will consist of the Stations of the Cross a sermon by the Rev Father Cletus Brady who will take for his subject Religion the Need of Mans Nature and benediction PILGRIMAGES Pilgrimages to Rome are expected to be larger this spring than ever be fore It is said in Catholic circles in New York because of the celebration this year of the sixteenth century of the oflfcial political recognition of Christianity Festivities beginning in the middle of March and continuing until December 8 will be held in every diocese In the country including celebrations of great pomp in Washington and New York The celebration commemorates the vlc tory of Constantine over Maxentlus which assured the political recognition of Chritsianlty In 313 through J the edict of Milan- RELIGIOUS I PICTURES Upon the walls of every Catholic home religious pictures should hold an honored and prominent place Proclaim toall the world that the sentiment of the home is obeys all things Catholic let your children and the friends of your children see that these pictures are sacred in the sight of the family and that the atmosphere of the house Is 1m pregnated with religious thoughts and aspirations It argues 111 for the Catholicity of a family whore there era no religious pictures IIn the home Children are not improved by association with the godless andc fashionable pictures ot the day In j such a family sneers at religious ipictures are not Infrequent and it Ctrainingthey apologize to their Irreligious la callers for a simple prayer book or rosary that gay be accidentally via ible in their house But as the train d- Ing BO the conduct and a strong and Mirneet adherence to principles atI 11Pr FOUND IN PASSING Something for the wounded hearts WearyHof the night Something for the worn hands Working for the right All the nights are darkest Just before the dawn And the sun shines brightest When the storm has gone Natures fairest flowers bloom Brighter for the rain Yesterdays sad moments Never come again Sorrows that surround you Like the good you do Soon will be a Left to memoryII Somewhere In the distance ales One you love the best Cold still hands are folded Qn the quiet breast Somewhere It is written All the world may see Blessed is the mourner I will comfort thee eDo not seek for happiness Keep your conscience true In the great tomorrow It will come to you Bringing rest to tired hands Bidding sorrows cease Healing all the heart wounds In tho light of peace 1 QX33KMtCtn TV1I NNNA Mrs T H Noonan of owensborol arrived Wednesday to visit W Blakeley Ii I Miss Alice Quinlan was a recent visitor at Glasgow the guest of Miss i Pate Hatcher I Mrs Sam J Dant had as her guestII I the last week Miss Fannie Thomson P of New Haven II John J Crotty left yesterday for New York on a business trip about two weeks length oft Mrs Katherine Russell East Elm street Now Albany has been spend- Ing 1ij the week in New York CityII Miss Blanche Tobin who was the guest of Miss Ray Cherokee way has returned to ParkII Frank T Hillvl1 return today 1 from New Orleans where 1t e witnessed the Mardi Gras festivities Miss Ella Payne Slack loft Sunday for her home In Owensboro after a ten days visit with Louisville relatives Among the Kentucky people visit- Ing New York the past week were J McEvoy IF J Ready and G L McDanlel Mrs James OConnell and daughter Mary of the Highlands were last week guests of Mrs Edward Blven In Parkview Mrs C F Dawson and daughter Miss Helon spent last week at New Mres Henry Dawson I tI Lo Mr and Mrs Price Williams and1 daughter have returned from a visitt to Miss Ella Noonan Mrs Williams i sister at Frankfort N A flathof and Misses M Kearns and J McAvoy were among the Louisville visitors noted lastI week In New York City Dave Wells of West Market street who has been seriously 111 tIsi now convalescing rapidly and expectsi to he out in a short time Mr and Mrs D J Heffernan of West Chestnut street are preparln- to visit Washington during the wee of the inauguration ceremonies Miss Althalre Mattingly and Miss Mildred Spaulding of Lebanon were the guests of Miss Katherine Mattingly bn their way to New Or leans Mrs James B Campbell enter tamed last week at her home for Mrs B Kelly of Youngstown OhioJJ who was visiting her daughter Mrstt R L Cornelius Deer Park j Mr and Mrs James Marra have been entertaining at their home in1 Jeffersonville his aunt Mrs Eliza beth Corrigan and her daughter Miss Nora Corrigan ot Cynthiana Miss Helen Crush of this city who has been visiting Miss Helen Griffith in Indianapolis was last week an honor guest at a pretty IPottsh Mr and Mrs Joseph Hubbuch Sr announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Flora Marie Hub buch to Edward J Bosler The wed ding will take place the latter part oT April Miss Viola Heffernan and aunt Miss Della OBrien left Saturday Poor New Orleans to attend the Mardi Gras Returning they will stop In Birmingham Ala where they will be the guests ot Mrs A Richard Houston and mother Mrs George Vogt Miss Laura Bello Eads and Ed ward J EmlrlB well known residents of Now Albany were united In marriage with a nuptial mass Tuesday morning in 3t Marys church Rev Father Selberlz performing th9nceremony Many of their friends and relatives were present to tender on congratulations TUss Catherine Grimes who recently underwent an operation suc fullY at Sts Mary and Elizabeth the Hospital was given a surprise party jy a number of her friends Tuesday l evenhl at her residence 2619 West street Covers were laid L or fifteen and the decorations Were pink end yellow of A Jolly box party was given Mtdn lay evening to see Get Rich Quick Valllngfdrd The party included ItoM Mayme ateier Josephine Olivia Wen p DauB F r Ullli Staler Rosalie ol ONE DOLLA a month Ikeeps you on the payroll In event of disability Caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this protection Wompe Josephine Zaepfel Mary Hlttlnger Adele Wempe and Matilda1 Staler B S Mattlngly who spent lailtI week In Atlanta with his daught Mrn Cole Morgan returned ho Sunday accompanied by Mrs Morg and her baby who will spend several weeks with Mr and Mrs Matting at their home in the Highlands psMiss Corlrine Alice Speaker and Louis H Francles Jr were married Tuesday evening at St Johns porIformingl the church the happy couple we tendered a reception where many friends assembled to tender congratulations Miss Anita Buschemeyer was ho Saturday fternoonat a theat party to Keiths followed by a dl ner at the Seelbacu Her guests we Mesdames WlltoltJrels Tom OCon nell George Wayije Rankin Misses ByrnAnitae r Olivia Weiss Mantle Sennlng Maud OBrien Helen Fiske Miss Bessie Donahue of St Louis was here on a visit Saturday and Sunday BP the guest of Miss Mary Ridge and during her stay was t guest of honor at a supper glen Miss Mamie Hennessy Those pres ant were Misses Lizzie Donahue Katherine McGuire Mary Ridge HortSnse Twymau Grace Kirn Bessie Donahue Messrs D J 70h M Harry S and William Hennessy William Ridge Phil Hager A J Rawley T J Garvey Mr and Mrs A E Osterman Mr and Mrs J J Driscoll and Mrs Winifred Hen ne sYffrMrs Nora Martin of 427 West street gave a delightful aurprl party In honor of her daughter Miss Mayme Martin the occasion beingI her fourteenth birthday anniversary The home and tables were tastefullyI decorated and the young people greatly enjoyed the festivities Those present were Misses Bessie Penny grass Lillian Nau Catherine Ju Helen Hoeffler Mary Ruth Glyn n Catherine Martin Viola Homer Marie Nau Mary Martin Elzabeth Doyle Elizabeth Pennygrass Ire Nau Egeleen iBuchart Josephine Black Catherine Brooks Agnes Martin Masters John Just Joseph Ma tin Hlte Bedford Felix Bradagan Johnnie Silver Joseph King John Keegan Jimmie Homer Frank Keegan Stanley Clark Cifffo Rooney Thomas iDoyle Lloyd Boneg William Martin Maurice Buchart and James Black J Miss Anna McDonald and Jtseph rDugan were united In marriage wltnuptial mass at St Louis Bertrand- church Tuesday morning Re Father Baxter performing the car mony Miss Agnes McDonald slat of tho bride and Joseph Coakley b ing the attendan Both you peoplet4ave been wared 4n41i l Dominican parish tho bride being daughter of Mr and Mrs John Mc Donald of 613 West Breckinrld street while the groom has for th IeInpast three years lived In Panama whore lIe Is connected with a 1Ar fruit growing agency After t e ceremony a wedding breakfast for the Immediate families was served the brides home and at noon th left for their future home in Pa ama where they have tho best wishes of their many friends and acquaintances here for a happy andj prosperous married life TULLAMOREk There Irish Prison Author ities Will Send Offend InK Suffragettes The Irish prison authorities have made up their minds to deal drG s1 tically with any offending suffragists t In future Instead of befn allowed to sojourn among the luxuries of Mountjoy prison whlc f Is regarded as one of the rao comfortable Institutions of Its kin In Great Britain or Ireland they w1 1 be housed within the dreary walls of Tullamore a penitentiary notor lOUR for the harsh treatment of pris oners It was here that William OBrien was relieved of his trousers while T D Sullivan the veterani rish poet has commemorated in hi Lays of Tullamoro his own an- is friends experience of their In carceration In that dismal dungeon But what Is more drastic still is the annQuncement that the familiar r hunger strike can be no longer rec ognized in Ireland as a means to an end The ladles can hereafter fastt as long as they please In Tullam Je I by simply taking the Inevitable con sequences If they refuse to take their porridge In the natural way the doctor will notf be palled In to feed them by force iiI CALLED ON SAD MISSION PMtor I tion at Shelbyvllle was last week summoned to Tall River Mass by a telegram announcing the critical illness of leis aged mother Mrs Mary A telegram received Thursday a announced the death ot Mrs Riley Wednesday night Her funerall j pJosephsRiley was eightytwo years ot agar j and had been in falling health from effects of a stroke of paralysis which she suffered several months ago Mrs Riley Is survived by her husband one daughter Miss Jennie Rlloy and two sons Daniel W Riley a real estate broker of Fall River and the Rev John H Riley Shelbyvllle of STRONG AT BTHSCO The eecleataetlcai province of Baa raneieeo number 401000 Cathy Hc z TRANSYLVANIA 1 11t VlECO E N Canada t enl SUpt Ben L Brunei President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building KNICBTS OP COLUMBUS II Late News That Will Interest EllelelehlyIndianapolis Council will have a first degree exemplification on Feb ruary 24 The Initiation held by Loras Coun ell at Davenport Iowa added sixty seven to the membership I Twonlyelght candidates receive- re the three degrees at the recent In Iitlation at Lafayette Ind Birmingham Knights are con templating the erection of a 75000 dlsStricterAtaseachusetts coocasupreme convention to be held iin Boston next August Past State Deputy James Maher of Chicago conferred the major de alHammond at k Omaha Knights are having plans drawn for the erection of a new hall1 gymnasium and council chamber as an addition to their present buildln Naehinbyfouryear scholarships one for young lady and one for a young manI will be awarded sodlhl season Tuesday night with an eln orate reception and dance at fir Eagles Home The excellent pr gramme was arranged by Messrs A r JamesGallagher1 PhilBeckoThe series of entertainments gewhich the Knights of Frankfort have been giving for the last wont were brought to a close Afonda evening when the members of the order were the hosts at a delightful1 reception at the Frankfort HotelI dancIngIttlOI1 that drew a large crowd At 11 oclock all were seated and enjoyed bounteouo supper MASSno Glntzrhighly esteemed young people of New Albany was solemnized early Trinityrcity Rev James Gregoire pastor of the Cathe dral at Vincennes performed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial therlivevwhoeFlarherrigThelCjohuaI Gregoire of New Albany He iIs forethe J M RobinsonNorton Company Louisville geSTATIONS BLESSED thatthnY Name church were blessed last Sun day night when every pew and available inch of space was occupied The Rev Ignatius Wilkens 0 F M of St Boniface Monastery Jackson and Fehr avenue conducted the im pressive ceremony and at its con clusion preached an eloquent and powerful sermon In which he paid high tribute to Father John OCon nor and the people of his congregation The new stations which are not surpassed by any In the city were secured from Anthony Kroeger representing the Daprato Statuary Company MOURN TIER DEATH gSt Josephs parish lost an old and exemplary member when Mrs Gertrude B Poll sixtyseven years ThursdayIt twodsonIIavenue She was a native of Germany and i had been a resident of Louisville but five years She Is survived by four sorts Henry Ben Herman and Tony Poll of Louisville a daughter Miss Mary Poll and a stepson William funeraldJosephs church which was thronged with relatives and acquaintances VERSATILE MANAGER During Al Kolba visit to Newt Orleans where he has been attend ing the Mardl Gras celebration with his wife and daughters his cafe was conducted under the management of William Caruso Repetto whose thelatestgood fellows going out of their way to hear Billys monologue ACCEPTSICapt Thomas Cannon Night Chief of Police In New Albany who has rlvesterChiefspecial officer at the inauguration- of Woodrow Wilson said Wednesday night that he would accept the ap Capt Canaan said he pected to leave March 1 for Wash IngtoQ to be assigned to duty for In auguratlon day WALNUT THEATER For next week the Walnikt announces Madame X the famous drama of mother love by Alexander Biason which enjoys the distinction runs in America England Ger many France Australia and South Africa The play will be presented hero with the title role in the hands setrear the opens vUh a mating Sunday o 4 lIMBROIDfRV F l Continues with the most beautiful assort i1merit of Embroideries it has ever been our pleasure to offer Wide Dress Embroideries Very exquisite patterns iu both the English eyelet and French effects combined with Irish lace 4eeDross EmbroideryOn a good 48IIbowyC 42lnchwlde Dress Embroidery 48eyardWide Embroidery for Chil drens DressesPatterns are very 44cSwissoAllover Embroidery Will be speciallyI58csignsfor the Long bSlipsFinished with dainty ruf 48crCorset Cover EmbroideryOn crossharred Swiss large va yard riety of patterns special 23c At 4o a Yard 3500 Yards In 4cy J a 1 Pound 2 3 Pound for SOo w THETiCe f I Bill a 946 p19 w1019 T + 000l1 ANNUAL Throughout the Louisville diocese the annual collection for the Cath olio colored schools and mis slons in the United States will be taken up in the churches at each of the masses on Sunday February 16 These are most worthy missions as they are In urgent need of help there should be a generous response to the appeal In their behalf FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours devotions next tak6 place In this city at St Martins church Shelby and Gray at the high mass tomorrow morning the first Sunday in Lent Tuesday night The closing services will be most ands beautiful feature will bo the of the sodalities COMMITTEE Next Friday night the Central C K of A will hold Its regular monthly meeting at St Marys Hnll Eighth Grayson President Beholds will announce the for the year 1913 and pleas will be for the coming season Ben Kruse has sent notices to and urges that the branches be fully BISHOP WHO BUILDS Rev J OReilly D D of Baker City Oregon the ninth aria versary of his During nine years Bishop OReilly has built In Baker City seating tJJtUOQQQ 9t Francis n J Convent Embroidery rOn a material up to 15 Inches wide plain large scallop 14cyardConvent Embroidery For dec orating Insertions and edges in the blind and English 95cyardConvent Embroidered Flounces 15 Inches wide desirable for flounces a 75c A An embroidery at yard tl Waist Front LengthsEach length more than 23ceacheachAt 8 13c 6000 Yards of 12cEmbroidery Consisting of dou bands wide and narrow SiCwidthsAt 2c a Yard 150Q Yards In sertions and to 91c6 inches wide yard At 14c a Yard 500 Yards of 25c EmbroideryConsisting of allover corset cover 14cyard HERMAN STRAUS 3 SONS 0 STREETaliN0110a0te0e1e atlx Mulloys Good Coffee FRESH ROASTED DAILY I1dULLOYS SPECIAL for300Poundsfor55c JOHN M MULLOY ri1D MARKET Mf WEWANTYOU WORK Promptlyeand in FirstClass Style PRINTINGCards Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations Specialty HOME PHONE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN GREEN ST1 mET Nv00N00N 000f00i0 COLLECTION Indian and will beginning and ending opening and Impressive processions church CENTRAL Committee and committees outlined Secretary delegates represented Recently Right Charles celebrated coniecration Cathedral Academy softfinished underwear underskirt Embroidered bleedged EdgesUp embroidery I WALNUt ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee Feb 9 Famous Drama That Has Pleased the People of Six Coun- triesMAbAME X Presented With the Well Known EUGENE BLAIR In the title role supported by a care companyTuesday Saturday Mat nces25c 35cSOcCatholic Childrens Magazine The Child Apostle is a little mag azine published monthly tor Catholic children It is filled with stories and pictures It costs only twenty twentyfiveceatsa yews subscription for your boy or girl Address The Child Apostle 1188 McCormick baUding Chicago m costing 100000 an episcopal res idence valued at 10000 and is now constructing a hospital which will Mat 969666 The ether portion of the diocese have likewise known prosperity and many new churches and schools have been erected WILL VISIT POPE flasbeenJapan will go to Rome dad pay v a yWt to Pius X during the month of May e BJQNTUOKY JRISH AltIERICAN Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Ccrrlagts Furnished for All Occasions an Short Notice I 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 rr aeeei Meee te THOMAS KEENANFu- neral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREET e 8 1 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J JBARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS ss E as1 JHauln Stree1 D1 DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY MeELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Answered Promptly Oaf t1 Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET + 44 + 44 4 4 41 + 114 + 4 4 + 4 + 4444 44 4 4 + 4t + 4 + 44 + 4 1 44 tH OLD FORTUNAr BOURBONf THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO ZlWORPORTZ- DD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS tfitc+ PrE WJfEB OBA ItPAalf- DikAJ KOli3845 West Green Street XJQUOKB nAltr All the late and new Styles and Shppee can be found here at reasonable pficesr Call and see us FOR FurnitureOf at the Lowest Prices go to WMF MAYER 419 W MARKET ST BROSWPORiEU FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers la Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND- Telgbese mi 214 SIXTH STRUT CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W CM Third aid Graci Sta- we furnlshthe home cem Plate m easy payments WM CALU8HAN Mff Salve 14 a FIRST CLASS COALLarge The aHaf Dan TRADEWAxx1= JHTXP w 9383- TBAKWATEB HUT SO35 TRADEWATEE JfVJ AXD 8rAOEJNJPITTSBUXOK KDSKF B44- 3jEizaooxuKp oo 5iis STRAIGHT GREEK ZTTKP 146- 8TBAXOET CXWnC OTX A3TO BLACK 2300I 11111 Tom Of 8000 local amaouamlo WJI arnl TOV vxa8- BBBH TSAUnra TAlfVSJ AwQwrw FRANKEL COAL CO 1 EIGHTH AND ZANE Gems rhea ottr 211- 0Cimblaa Pha otith 104eY EXPERT PIANO TUNINGI Voicing Action Regulating Proff Walter Klaussner 403 SOUTH SECOND Home Phone CUr 71O5 H BOSSE SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers S1O FEJKTi- Telt VENUSDbeae 1022 Cllr leer ten M e1aWeI that win yrtfHe Ikea for Yrs ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 113 W Broaaway lieilrrlll Xy Conducted by the Xaverlaa Brothers Classical geleatlflo sal Buslnew Course Preparatory Department Large BwteMslar Peel Well Squlpped Oyasa hUB Term Moderate Bra Jams Dlr MANILAS UNIVERSITY The University of St Thomas Manila founded by the Dominican in 1611 has eightyone professors and over 1000 student D Vs J HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doinl r the Past WeekOeneral News Notes Walter Cusick takes to the Secre taryship of Division 1 like an oldI timerThat was a royal greeting given Lieut P T Mullen by his Hibernian friends Monday night By Stt Patricks day next year the Hibernians of Portland Ore hope to be in their own home Division 4s degree team is re hearsing twice a week for their big initiation on February 24 The now division instituted at Lincoln Neb will initiate another and larger class early this spring Tho Hibernians of Portland Ore will organize two juvenile division one for girls and the other for boys Mrs Marie Forester State President will close the charter for the new auxiliary at Los Angeles with fifty names In its young Secretaries Price and Hell lon Division 3 has two wide awake and capable officers who are destined to go higher Chairman Tom Quinn has called a meeting of the Hibernian Social Club for Monday night and promises that It will be a real live one County Recording Secretary Dan OKeefe is showing his Interest in the order by frequent visits to the different division meetings Much rivalry is expected between the divisions for the prizes offered for the largest division attendance at the St Patricks day celebration The division at Milwaukee held an open meeting last week to com memorate the eightieth birthday of Jeremiah Quln Its oldest member Sergeant Jack Maloney is one of the most willing workers of the County Board in addition to being a regular attendant at the meetings Rev Father Shine State President in Nebraska is conducting a pro gressive and successful campaign forI the expansion of the Ancient Order The Hibernian St Patricks day parade at Indianapolis will be notable for the many beautiful floats exemplyfylng Irish historical events The Ladies Auxiliary of New Orleans organized last May by the Rev Father P Walsh is now one of the strongest Catholic organizations in that city The Ladies Auxiliaries of Rhode Island celebrated the feast of St Brlgld their patron with a grand union class initiation last Sunday at ProvidenceMatt n is telling everybody- of the fine treatment ho received at the hands of the Hibernians while in Ashland He urges all who can to visit that city Right Rev Bishop Dowling will deliver the principal address at the Hibernian celebration at Des Moines Iowa to be held in the Berchel The ater on March 16 On the sick list of Division 3 are James Naughton Sr Edward Nolan j Michael Dugan Matt Connolly mid Andrew Collins all of whom are progressing toward recovery The Hibernians and auxiliary of Washington Ind will donate the proceeds of their St Patricks day celebration to the fund for St Simons new parochial school St Michaels Hall was packed and t the grand old Irish spirit prevailed when Division 5 of New Orleans gave its vaudeville and dramatic en tertainment for the relief fund The Hibernians of Syracuse will abandon the St iPatrlcks day par ade in favor of a srecial church service to be followed by a literary and musical entertainment and pub lic meeting Bishop Chartrand and Judge ONeill Ryan of St Louis have ac cepted Invitations to address the In dianapolis mass meeting at Tomlin son Hall on Sunday March 16 fol lowing the great Hibernian parade The feast of St Brlgld was fit tingly observed by the Ladles Auxiliary and Juvenile division of Indianapolis last Sunday when 1000 women and 100 little girls re ceived holy communion In a body at St Johns church- Appreciating their services for the past six years the Ladies Auxiliary of Nashua N H presented Its re tiring President Miss Mary Rowan a ladys gold watch and chain and Miss Mary Sweeny Vice President a gold and amethyst rosary and an emblm gold ring The Hibernians of South Mend Ind will hold their St Patricks day celebration on Sunday March 16 with an initiation in the afternoon and a banquet In the evening at which Timothy E Hogan former State President and now Attorney General of Ohio will be the principal speaker I SICK AND OFF DUTY Lieut George Schupp and Patrol men John Pendergast William OConneU John Kqejey and District Detective John Gallagher menlbers of the local police forte who went off duty because of illness are all reported improving and hopeful of soon being able to return to their pots x DANGER POINT PASSED Friendo of David BN GarveY will rejoice to learn that he has passed the danger point and is resting comfortably at St Josephs Infirmary where he underwent a mostsurgical operation last week While his recovery may bo somewhat slow Dave sends word that he win surely be able to bo out to celebrate St Patricks day with the Ancient Order of Hibernians NEARLY THREE MILLION According to recent returns the State of New York contains more Catholics than any other State In the Union The number IsII 2778800 of which more than one halt live In New York City ANOTHER VACANCY Another vacancy wrists la the Sacred College of Cardinal Car dual Tnaut X Nail Archbishop of Vienna died there Tuesday He was created Cardinal at the consistory of November 27 1911 and received hired s hat from the Pope In December 1912 HRV JOHN A CREAHY The Rev John A Creary for many years a beloved priest of this diocese is today celebrating at Fond du Lac WIs his seventieth blrthda I and the fortyfifth anniversary of his ordination Father Creary is now chaplain of the John Boyle Catholic Home for the Aged at Fond du Lac He will bo the recipient of many con gratulatory remembrances from Ken tucky FEDERATION The regular monthly meeting of the Federation of Catholic Societies will be held Thursday night at the Catholic Womans Club 615 West Walnut street Additional names will be added to the Executive ComI mittee and final action will be taken i upon the per capita tax question President Onus and Secretary Dolan expect a large attendance SERVICES AT ST HONIFAUE At St Bonlfaces church Jackson and Fehr avenue Lenten devotions will be held at 730 oclock on Sun day Wednesday and Friday even ings German sermons will be preached by the pastor the Rev Leonard Nurre on Wednesdays The Rev Ignatius Wilkens will deliver the English sermons on Sundays and on Fridays which will be followed by the Stations of the Cross DEATH A SHOCK News of the death of thirteen yearold Louis Ferry last Saturday afternoon at St Anthonys Hospital the result of a street car accident severeshockHe was the son of Louis and Teresa Ferry 826 East Market street for whom is felt the most heartfelt sympathy The funeral took place ruesday morning from St Boniface church where the unfortunate youth was a regular attendant TJNIONTOWN Last Monday a wedding of inter est was solemnized in St Agnes church at Uniontown the contract ing parties being Miss Mary Lllllart Mills and William T Qlrten well known yo3 people of that section The brides many friends gave her a miscellaneous shower preceding the I wedding LOSS BY FIRE John Murphy the East Broadway candy dealer suffered n loss of 1500 from fire Tuesday About 1030 in the morning a passerby noticed a blaze in the stable and warehouse and sounded the alarm The greatest loss was on the building to which the flames were confined How the blaze originated Is a mystery as there had been no fire In the building CATHOLIC KNIGHTS The year 1912 has been a successful one for the Catholic Knights of America who have had a marked net Increase in membership in fact much greater than for the year J911 Supreme President Gaudin points to this as proof that the order is going forward and growin- gUCONNELS DESCENDANT Right Rep James Davis Bishop of Davenport Iowa last Saturday ordained Rev Martin OConnell to the priesthood at St Ambrose Col lege Father OConnell pursued his classical studies In Dublin and con tinued his theological studhis at St Viateurs College Bpurbonnals Ill The newly ordained priest Who is a descendant of the great Catholic emancipator Panlel QJConnell cele brated hIs first miss Sunday morn Ing In Chicago CHURCH OWNS SQUARE St Williams parish has the largest tract of land of any Catholic church in Cincinnati That parish has more than an entire square hay ing one piece 347x300 feet for church and school and another 150x 150 feet on which stands the parochial residence COMMEND THE KNIGHTS Nearly 1000 people were In at tendance at the military ball review and inspection Of Knights of St John last week at Dunkirk N Y It was one of the most brilliant social events of the season and a credit to this Catholic organisation The military tactics and spectacular drilling won commendation The Mayor Councilmen and city officials hon ered the occasion ty their pretenceI and were guests of the commander IRELAND Record of the Most Important ofr the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Athlone Town Council have parkIMrs Mary Fehlly has Just passed away In her 104th year at her daughters residence Mldleton A severe rainstorm swept across mldRoscommon on January 7 and 8 causing considerable damage AthyGuardiansvaccination defaulters In the Union meetingIntion of a Gaelic college In that city The death has taken place at Limerick of T Brian who for a long number of years had been connected with the Limerick Steamship Company Judge Johnston was presented with white gloves at the opening of Monaghan Quarter Sessions there being no criminal business for trans action The Coole District Council at a re cent meeting coopted Charles Fagan of Llsmacaffey to fill the vacancy caused by the death of the late John Connell At the Claremorrls District Coun cil their meeting was adjourned as a tribute of respect to Martin Mc Loughlin the late Chairman of the Board of Guardians The Mohill District Council at a recent meeting unanimously co opted Jolla ONeill of Cullagh as representative for Fenagh In room of the late Thomas Klernan At the Navan fair the sudden death occurred of an elderly farmer named Patrick Austin who fell to the ground while he and his son were engaged in purchasing cattle As an instance of the mildness of the weather in Ireland at this sea son it is said that Mrs Killian4 of Clorreddan has gathered a bunch of primroses which grew in the open on her farm The County Down Committee of Agriculture has unanimously ap pointed Miss Ruby O Brlen of ROB cren as dairy and poultry in structress for the southern side of tho county The Ennis Guardians have unani mously elected Dr Fitzgerald of Klldysart to the medical offlcershlp af NewmarketonFergus In room of Dr Edward Frost who has resigned after forty years service The dead body of Donald Fee old age pensioner was found lying In a stream in a field at Twenty AcresI some five miles from Ballycastle ItIIs presumed the old man lost his way In making for home during thoI storm The news of the death of H Haughton who retired from business some years ago Was heard with deep regret In Athlone He had attained his eightieth year and was a well k own authority on Athlone an tiquitiesConsequent on the recent destruc tive fire in Clonmel by which f 50000 damage was done the Clon mel Corporation has decided on purchasing a new fire escape and a new supply of hose Steps were also taken for the establishment of a new fire brigade- CarrickonSuir Urban Council unanimously adjourned the January monthly meeting without transacting any business as a mark of respect toI the late R Fitzgerald of CarrIck beg who up to the time of his death was a member of the council and to the late J Hurley of Westgate whose son John Hurley Is at present a member of the council AGED MOTHER DEAD Charles H Hagerty district pas senger agent of the Pennsylvania lines was called to Columbus Ohio Tuesday afternoon by the death of his venerable mother Mrs Hagerty was in her eightyeighth year and her death resulted from paralysis CATHOLICS INCREASE A church census of Liverpool England taken by one of the dally papers shows that during the past ten years the Anglican church had lost 9900 and the NonConformists 14200 while the Catholics had gained 2900 FOR AVOMANS EYE Nearly all the fashionable gowns have thin draperies narrowed toward the feet Printed silk eponge will be consid erably used for collars and cuffs of one pleco dresses One of the new spring fabrics looks like a silk and wool sollenno with a moire pattern Plain brown blue and black anti tan niessallnes with hairline stripes tievergo out of favor Printed brocade figures on soft fabrics and printed voiles are arriv ing in large assortments Never was there such a button season or buttons in such bright colors and striking designs Combinations of white serge skirts with colored cloth coats promise to be in favor this spring Skirts in two or three tiers are claiming some attention though It is doubtful If they are widely adoptedSmall hats are certainly having things their own way for the first of the spring season A great many are of black or blue satin We shall not have to part with the lovely brocades even in sum mertime some Of the newest fabrics are of cottons brocaded In the same designs as velvets Some of the most striking novelty cottons are closely patterned in East Indian colors dull reds and blues and the borders to these cottons are broad very decided stripes Halt season hats are being madeI with crowns and upper brims of flowered taffeta covered with chit fooad this again covered with Ihadowlaeeall to get some evasive desired tone i ftANK FEHR BREWING CO INS aPORATEn r Brewers and BottlersaLOUISVILLE KY Tnr oU- ISPECIAL mT i BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINOORPORATED LOUISVILLE KTe Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 V THE WIEDEMANN i rrcoaloR- ATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled BeersV Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flavs O QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING 4COSj- INCORPORATED I Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horns 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street jkewe 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERl 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 8pi uxnsviLUk W 6litis fi Rogers e + BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of thltt kind in the city Bwks Magazines andd Religious Articles o trans naeoXPKzox 434 West Jefferson Street BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- tieleotroPap Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market Stt HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL WORK GUARANTEED IMPOLITE Bridget didnt I hoar you poor rellng with tho milkman this morn Ing Sure notl One of his girls Is sick an I was Inquiring after her But hes awfully Impolite Hows that Says I Hows your milkmaid an he looked wild an lays Thais a trade teer ttt U O THE 2 FAVORITES of LoalsvHIes Particular Smelters TARPY SPECIAL IOc Cig- arLITTLE A J SC Clear The cigars without an equal In quality and flavor Homemade Unionmad and the bestmade for the nineyF sale at all dispensers of smokers TW TARPY CO MAKERSrSEVENTH ST NEAR MAI ET MONUMENTSHaving stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to im prove their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us a call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument 01 CB THOMPSON FLORISTs ONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 632 FOURTH AVBNUJS Both Telepfc rocs All orders receive prompt atteattoft Md satisfaction guaranteed A Delicious Smoke PHONE CITY 2310 P0- RCLEOPATRA10 GONDOLA 4j A lx DOME OK285 Si Street utrJfj ff ljfAtfil SrA At tiLl i l i w KH ii I- 1T ttENTUOKY YixSx A1trERIOA8 r END OF SEASON SALE IITHE BIG AT STORET- HE CHANCE OF YOUR LIFEISale begins Saturday morning at 8 oclock Come early Every Suit and Overcoat must be sold 1 THE BIG STORE SCMILTON M MARBLESTONE COG For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best 4 4t JAMES GREENE I 425 427 and 429 East Market Street I JAs J NAUGHTON JOS N HiGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons PharmacyPres- criptionsI Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Us and We Send For Them IITelephoner Hone Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS t N I THERE IS A REASON FOR IT i great popularity and demand nyThethe celebrated QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE is due entirely to its great efficiency durability and great saving quality Sold on easy payments and connected fre- eQEHER SON 215 Market St near Second M NNA Southern Star Block Coa tss PER TON Youll be more than satisfied with this or any other grade We handle Phone your order ijome 510 Cumb S 10S8Y YardsFirst and A Pope and Payne Fifteenth and Magnolia SOUTHERN COAL AND COKE CO INCORPORATED IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Oet the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY ENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated lint u4 Rlrtr Both Phone 2347 Alto operating HoosIer Wan Pluter Punt LoulivllU Ky JeffertonvlHe Ind Phone MS This Damp Cool Weather the Beginning of Winter BRINGS ON RHEUMATISMB- UT A FEW DOSES OF Kampfmuellers 1 RflEUMflTIC Remedy Quickly Relieves It Sold by All Druggists Made by the KAMPFMUELLER MFG CO Louisville KyI- ncorporated WrWrpPMI ti Mgr yIce Pres b Tress Sicrilary F i Bairn Sewer Pipe Cai Salt PipeBannqns for Steals Coadat Wall Co Drain Vitrified Pavia BrieY- dFire Preen- Street Flee Pipe Fine Lining ire prick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tees Laws Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TBIEPUONB 573 WORKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and loth TELEPHONE ze33 I C tHo + + t oS+ tt DR J0 To CUAWKI Veterinary j Infirmary 713715 OUOH SEVENTH STRBET TslMbeuCnh s 2Hi Him CNy 2389 J aHW NO f SAMUEL J BOLDRICK Announces orReElectlon as Judge of City Court To the Voters of the City of Louis villeI announce my candidacy for reelection to the office of Judge of the Police Court subject to the action of the Democratic party in the primary to be held August 2 1913 Three and onehalt years ago you honored me with a handsome majority and I have endeavored to merit the confidence which you then imposed in me by a faithful discharge of the duties of Judge It has been my effort to enforce the law without fear or favor and to decide without partiality all Questions brought before me Many thousani of dollars have been saved the taxpayers because trivial cases have 110t been continued For the first time in its history the Police Court haa become almost selfsupporting The fines during the last fiscal year end- Ing August 31 1912 collected and paid into the city treasury amounted to 1679950 This was due to fines not being suspended except in very deserving cases and also to the able assistance given by the other offl dale of the court More than twenty thousand 20000 dollars were collected last year from fathers who had refused to support their chIl- dren and this sum turned over to the families and this burden wasI taken off the charitable people of the city I have dealt lightly with first offenders where the matter wasI not too grave and the results have been gratifying as few returned Realizing that much of the serious crime in our State Is caused by carry Ing pitsols concealed persons so Iof fending when the arrests were lcal were all given the maximum penaltyr and the workhouse sentence never suspended I will be able to see but few of the voters in person owing to the exacting duties of this offici I therefore ask your careful conslc oration of my candidacy and hope that you will give me your suffrages RespectfullySAMUEL J BOLDRICK WILL HELP + i i w t Division 1 A OiI1 Hear I Reports Tuesday Night Division 1 A 0 H held a vM attended and enthusiastic meetlni Tuesday night with President Ton Tarpy In the chair and every officer present The report of Chairman Thomas Keenan as to the arrange ments for the observance in honor of St Patrick caused the best of feeling Chairman Keenan stated that the Shubert Masonic Theater had been secured for Sunday night March 16 and that the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue would delve the address and that Vicar Genera Cronin and all the local clergy would be expected to be present The pro gramme that Is being arranged tis pronounced one of the very best ever presented here and In addition tc the moving pictures of the Ireland of today will Include some most ex cellent numbers Communication from James T McGinnis of Scranton pertaining to the formation ol Juvenile divisions and from JohnI ODea of Philadelphia who is com riling a history of the Ancient Order In America were referred to the present and past officers who will furnish the desired information Messrs Thomas Keenan and Martin Ousjlck were Instructed to select the Sato and hall for the lotto and dance to be given after Easter Senator Mark Ryan was called upon and responded with an address that all ppreclatedCALLED TO REWARD Mrs Mary Tierney mother of Edward T Tierney Chairman of the Board of Public Safety and widow of James Tierney who died several succumbed to the infirmities ears ago of age Wednesday afternoon I She was born in Ireland but had been a resident of Louisville for Ixtythree years Mrs Tierney Is survived by her only son She was widely known throughout the city I and was long a silent but valued worker for her church and its many charities and In her the poor had a friend The funeral tookgenerous place Friday morning with a solemn high mass of requiem at St Brlglds hurch the Rev Father Jansen conducting the services MEETS WITH FAVOR The young men and young ladles of St Vincent de Pauls congregation rgnnized a social club about two lonths ago that is meeting with much favor and rapidly Increasing in irmberehlp Its purpose is to bring together the Catholic young people of the parish for educational and aclal advancemnt Three large rooms have been nlcejy furnished and the club is prepared to furnish recent and healthy amusements for the young people of Germantown AOTOn TO BE PRIEST J Last week It became known that Michael J Byrne the former noted aetorand one of the Byrne brothers of Eight Belle fame will be or r SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O EC- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday- sPresidentThomas W Tarpy Vice President Daniel McCarthy Recording Secretary Walter Cu sickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rollTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArrja Henry McDer mottSentlnelJohn Keane DIVISION 2 MeetsFirst Thursday atSt Will- Iams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary JohnT1 KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Monda Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President John M Maloney Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes Blon Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monda Bertrand Hall Siith Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J- II Langan Recording Secretary John J Barry TreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far tell Sentinel M J McDermott Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at ClubI 344 North Twentysixth I IHouse Frank G Adams President Geo Thor I tonSecond Vice PresidentJohn J LynnFinancial Secretary A C LinkI IFinancial SecretaryJohn R I BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry T KibbeyTreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rap Outside SentinelFrank E Gra zer I lathed to the priesthood next June at St Francis College at Lorettc I Pa Confirmation of the fact was obtained from Dr John F Byrne 0 I ton of the actor who lives in Ball pore Merjie death of his wife fir Byrno decidedto enter the priesthood He isl now flftyfou years old and will celebrate his firstI mass at his old home at Norwich Conn I IRECENT DEATHS Friends relatives tender heartfelt sympathy to James and Frances Grady 2805 West Maltreat whose home has been cnst In gloom by the death of their infant laughter Catherine Deloris The uneral took place Tuesday afternoon when the body was laid to rest In a flowercovered grave in St Lout I emeteryIntelligence was received here Monday of the death In New York City of M E Dillon who was formerly well known In Louisville business circles While a young man Mr Dillon was connected with R A toblnson Sr Co and later was manager for J Bacon Sons retiring to leceme a member of the firm of Dillon 8r Grant He was sixtysever years old I ITho funeral of Mrs Hannah Mc irath 717 South Fifteenth street was held Tuesday morning from theISacred Heart churc of which wag a lifelong and respected member Mre McQrath was flftyflv ears of age and her death resulted rom a complication of ailments urviying her are three sons Thomas William and Michael Me Grnth all of this city Joseph Nelnlnger fifteen years old son of Mr and Mrs Joseph eininger 785 South Shelby street died Sunday evening following an ness of diabetes Besides hlapar pnts ho Is survived by several others and sisters who were un tiring In their efforts to prolong hls- lItA Tho funeral services were held Tuesday morning at St Martins church and were attended by a large number of mourning friends and relatives IThe funeral of Charles Wood small twentyseven years old the Big Four switchman who lost his life early Tuesday morning when three eight cars plunged over the trestle at Floyd and Water streets was con dncted Thursday morning from St Bephs church Though he lost his- own life ho succeeded In giving the signal that perhaps saved the others of the crew that were moving the train Woodsmall resided at 1447 ellwood avenue and was held in- high respect by all who knew him ST JOSEPHS CHURCH Lenten devotions will be held at st Josephs church East Washlng ton street on Sunday Wednesday landl Friday evenings On Sundays and Wednesdays the services will conllist of the rosary a sermon and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament and on Yriday evening and Sunday afternoon the Stations of- tho Cross sermons in German will be preached on Wednesday evenings brFathel Roman Kramer On Sun day evenings a sermon will be deUv- eredI in Barillahbythe Rev Atexander Wllberdlng the pastor RALLY NIGHT Prize Awarded and Forgive Game at Hiber nian Meeting Monday night was indeed a rally night for Division 3 A O H the largo attendance attesting the Interest taken in the work of the society presidedithhim In view of the fact that a fortyfive contest was on the tapis the business was dispatched rapidly Secretary Hession reported the CQunty Board proceedings and Secretary Price read the request of States President Welsh for a history of the division John G East was awarded the 10 gold prize for ise curing the largest number of candidates during the past year the ipre- sentation being happily made by Attorney L J Mackey The same prize will be offered for the year 1913 When the regular order of business was concluded hearty con gratulatlons were conveyed to 1leut P T Mullen upon his promotion and short but timely talks were made by the editor of the Kentucky Irish American Magistrate T Sulllva Thomas Quinn and John MorrIs L J Mackey called attention to the changes in the laws and the necessity of members having a correct knowledge of tho same and com mended the Visiting Committee for their work in caring for members who are sick or disabled When the meeting adjourned the members gathered to witness the contest for the fortyfive championship the rival teams being P T Sullivan Pnt Mullen and Tim McCarthy tand Martin Sheehan John G Hession and William Leonard The game was exciting from start to finish and ended in a tie which will be played off after Lent GOOD NEWS Judge Jere Sullivan Reco erlng From Paalytlc Stroke Thursday most satisfactory improvement was reported In the condition of Judge Jere A Sullivan of Richmond who is at St Josephs Infirmary where he was brought last Sunday Judge Sullivan suffered a stroke of paralysis in his office at Richmond last week but since being brought to St Josephs all effects of the stroke have disappeared and he is resting as easy as could be hoped for His attendants are of opinion that he soon will be able to be out and return to his home Judge Sullivan is one of the most prom Inent Democrats in Central Kentucky having managed several cam palgns for Gov James 33 McCreary In the latters races for Congress United States Senator and Governs At the State Democratic convention of 1911 following tho selection iof Senator McCreary as the candidate for Governor Judge Sullivan was active In framing the platform on which the party won such a big victory before the people of the State in November of that year He was also active during thel ast session of the Legislature in seeing that the Democrats carried out the various planks in the platform FATHER RAFFOS SERMONS The Rev Father Charles P Raffo vlll again deliver a series of lectures each Tuesday night during Lent in St Charles Borrome hunch Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets beglnnlg at 730 oclocl His sermons will bo on the dogmatic teachings of the Catholic churcli Father Raffo Is noted for his elo- Quent discourses and it is almost certain the handsome new church vlll be thronged every Tucsda night On Friday nights the serv ces will include the Stations of the Cross and benediction FRANKFORT The Knights of Columbus iof Frankfort through the efforts ot Lecturer Henry F Lutkemeler have perfected arrangements for an interesting series of lectures the first of which will be given Monday evening ebruary 10 These lectures will undoubtedly prove highly beneficial as well as entertaining to every member who will avail himself of the opportunity of hearing them lecturer Lutkemeler is to be congratulated upon securing the plendld speakers that he has pre ailed upon to deliver these lectures and appreciation of his effort hould be shown by members turning out in large numbers thereby encouraging the Lecturer to even greater effort to secure other and Dually interesting speakers foi future entertainments CHORAL UNION The Catholic Choral Union extends an invitation to the members of the Catholic church choirs of luisville and vicinity to Join its- ranks This is now perhaps the largest musical organization In tho- city and should bo made a perma nQnt part of our musical life Re henrsals aro now taking place regularlY every Thursday evening at- thet Baldwin Music Hall on Fourth avenue between Green and Walnut The grand oratorio Elijah by endelssohn is being rehearsed and w111 be given in the month of May- for a charitable cause to be announced later REORGANIZED The Central Committee of the C K and L of A met last week at mgherty McEllIotts and decided to disband as the Central Committee of that organization but organized again and will be known as the Andorls Social Club The following officers were elected John J Score President Andrew Kast Vice Pres- dent E M Schlafer Secretary nss- Katie Riordan Treasurer The now organization were the guests of Mr- and Mrs John 7 Score at supper Sunday evening at their residence 610 Zane street What the Club Plan Is1 What It Means to You The Club Plan is an extended payment plan instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for Joining for instance The membership foo on n 2500 purchase would bo 75c The membership fee on n 5000 purchase would bo 150 Tho membership ftc on greater purchases would of course bo in porportlon You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For instance on a 2600 purchase you pay 250 down in addition to the membership fee making a total of 325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange pay the balance in small weekly or monthly payments When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are chased at our cash priceswhether special or regularyou toII more clearly see that our membership fee is nothing in with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods the privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON TilE CLUB PLAN Any further information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer fully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor iJBACi rr- ON5 f f fN d ON WIND UP SALE SUITS AND OVERCOATS 11502250 2000 and 1800 Values 16503000 2330 and 2500 Values CUNNING LEWIS BROTZGE N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON lIens and Young lIens Exclusive Clothes Shop SHOESAT LESS THAN COST BEGINNING MONDAY FEB 3 We willl place on sale all broken lots of Ladies 3 and 350 grades Fine Lace Boots in Vici Kids 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 to benefit by an early selection I SHOE FITTERS VOLZ MICUAEL 336 West TO THE FAMILY Market St FQR GOODNESS d SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South N i 8041 t64N YNN KODftK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST GARBS PICTURE FRAMING k n 321ii- XAjdWnt J8ff rtw 1 UullTli U AOTIMEpriNO G Positively Taught in Ten to Twenty Lesions Write For Booklet J FORREST THOMPSON 2822 W Madison St Shawnee 2174 BE SURE TO CALL FOR frcKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky MMI f