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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t k l PATRONIZE Second aid r VOLUME XXXIINO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURD4 FEBRUARY 7 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS FLAMES Threaten and Damage St Leos Church at Highland Park Sister Mary Michael Visits Life and Saves the Blessed Sacrament Father Fitzgerald Loses Vest ments Made in Convent in Ireland HOLD SERVICE OF GRATITUDE The congregation of St Leos suffered a very severe loss on Mon day morning when their church was found to be on fire It Is a matter of general surprise how the church was saved from total destruction when the flames were forcing their way through the windows In the sanctuary All that could be done with the very inadequate protection against fire In Highland Park was done and It is to the credit of the citizens of the town without any thought of creed or religion that they extended every effort to keep the church from total destruction The blaze Issuing from the sanc tuary windows were noticed by Joseph Blesler a boy of the school who Immediately notified Mrs A M Scoggin the housekeeper With rare presence of mind she had the church bell rung and Sister Mary Michael the principal of the school immediately came and rushing into the smoke and flames with great difficulty reached the altar and by some superhuman efforts broke open the door of the tabernacle and under her veil carried the sacred vessels and clborium with the Blessed Sac rament to the pastoral residence where the children knelt and prayed reciting the blessed Rosary while thee town was excited at the prospect of a greater blazer The con lregutjp4 l i whicheandt not be done without Resistance itrom friends outside 1 L Jt a The Journal1inr1tIJ1f ncg count c tho firethus desCrib1u the heroicl act ofSisterI iMkry Jic wlJ1 j whose teat arid escape tforavtnlt flames was almost miraculous Sister Mary Michael who is in charge of the parochial school adjoining the church rescued the chalice contain ing the Blessed Sacrament of the Eucharist She rushed into the church through a cloud of smoke and broke open the tabernacle with her bare hands after pupils ot the school had entreated her not to risk her life many of them clinging to her robes in an effort to deter her She emerged uninjured though flushed from the heat and excite ment the golden trophy of her bravery clasped In her arms When the fire alarm was sounded the No 3 hook and ladder No 13 Engine Company and No 16 hose reel made the run When the fire men arrived Sister Mary Michael was in charge of the volunteers and through her efforts the church prob ably was saved from destruction It is a frame building and was erected in 1905 at a cost of 5000 The pipe organ and other contents are expensive and little of the effects In the rear of the edifice escaped a scorching Firemen were loud In their praises of the work of the Sis ters the pupils and the citizens whose foresight and prompt action saved the church from destruction Rev Father J J Fitzgerald pas tor of St Leos who had been out of the hospital little more than a week was on a Secondstreet car In Louisville on his way to Highland Park when he learned of the fire and was almost prostrated The key to the tabernacle containing tho Blessed Sacrament was In his pocket He arrived fatigued on the scene after the fire had been extinguished and was cared for by parishioners Many handsome presents received by him on the occasion two years ago of his silver jubilee as rector were either damaged or destroyed Vest ments made and painted at a convent in Ireland were among those ruinedAfter the excitement a service of gratitude for the rescue of the Blessed Sacrament was held by the pupils and Sister Mary Michael who recited the Rosary CiniRCII BENEFIT A number of ladles have arranged for a euchre and lotto party for the benefit of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament to be given next Thurs day afternoon and evening at the residence of the Hon Jacob Hoertz 820 South Floyd street Being in the nature of a house party there will be a number of social features and a pleasant time for all of Father OSulHvana friends The games will be called at 230 and 8 oclock MICHAEL J SHEEITAN Michael J Sheehan retired grocer and successful business man died Saturday morning at his homo 1477 South Second street following a long illness of a complication ot ailments Michael Sheehan wasxj native of Ireland but came to this country when a boy For many years he Was the leading groc eroft- he West End and tie Btrlct business Integrity and charitable disposition won for him a high standing with t t J 1 KENTUCKY IRLII1l AMERICAN all classes One of the pioneer Hibernians of the city ho was also a member of the Knights of Columbus and other Catholic societies Besldu his widow Mrs Kate Lee Murray Sheehan ho is survived by two daughters Misses Ann R and Alice N Sheehan Funeral services were held Monday morning at St Louh Bertrand church The active pall bearers were Andrew Winkler James Coleman Dan F Murphy W T rreehan Thomas C Mapother and John A Doyle Honorary were James Norton George J Butler An drew Edinger Edward A Scheffel Joseph Burge and John J Hardy FAMOUS ARCHBISHOP COMIXO Louisville Assembly Knights of Columbus has invited His Grace the Most Rev James J Keano Arch bishop of Dubuque Iowa to be its guest on February 22 on the occa sion of Its celebration of Washing tons birthday A special committee composed of John P Cassilly John P Hanley and A J Chapelle was appointed for the purpose of corre sponding with the Archbishop and much enthusiasm has been aroused by the announcement that he has accepted the Invitation of the assem bly and will speak at the banquet Which will be one of the features of the day Right Rev Bishop Donag hue of this city has joined In the Invitation to the Archbishop and will cooperate with the assembly tb make the visit bf His Grace to the diocese pleasant and extend to him a generous and oldfashioned Ken tucky welcome Messrs P H Calla han J W Klapheke and George A Burkloy are members of the Execu tive Committee and will make the necessary arrangements In conjunction with the Master of the Fourth degree in Kentucky Robert A Wat son for the reception and entertainment of the distinguished visitor Archbishop Keane Is one of the noted pulpit orators of the country and has been delivering noteworthy lectures In many cities Many of his lectures have been given under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus and much good on behalf of the church has been accomplished thereby Preparations are being made by the assembly for the exem plification ot tho fourth degree and a large and representative class Is expected to be Initiated on the day plat the Archbishop will be in Louis yule Two years membership la necessary for eligibility Jn the Fourth degree Into the East and otbkr portJaril of thaCauntry fh1s bripelr o A the 0rdertaKI1 s 1 pronhts tnehtpar In Catholic affairs jnrIiUJeiII m1dolyy felt through ch ri i l ands educational projectsj i nhde ijtka by dt The RRbleQtl of tiymxA tc 1Ilshatilf ealrJ viii t1 1ii i t n 1 lc DIG Y M I DAYITomorrow will be a memorable day in the history of the Young Mens Institute of the Falls Cities For three months Mackin Trinity and Unity Councils have been pre paring for the initiation that will take place In the afternoon In Unity Councils new club house on High street New Albany when over 100 young men will be received as members of this most excellent Catholic society Immediately following the initiatory ceremonies there will be a banquet in St Josephs Hall in honor of the new members John T Pontrlch President of Unity Coun cil will act as toastmaster and among the speakers will be the Right Rev Dennis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville the Rev Father Felten Grand Chaplain Robert Burke Grand President Benedict Elder and Fred Reisz After the Initiation the three councils will represent a membership of about 1500 A reception committee will meet all cars at the Daisy depot and escort members to Unity club house- ACCEPTS WIIALLEN STATUE The offer of Col James P Whal len to erect In Shawnee Park u bronze statue of his brother the late Col John H Whallen to cost not less than 10000 was accepted with thanks by the Board of Park Com missioners at the board meeting held Tuesday afternoon at Its offices ou the sixth floor of the Columbia building The resolution of accept anco was offered by Daniel F Mur phy The plans for the statue have already been drawn up by R Hinton Perry of Now York City They pro vide for a statue nearly twenty feet in height The base Is t6 be built of Maryland granite aria Is to be ten feet eleven inches over all The statue Itself will be of bronze and will be nine feet tall In order to conform with the height of the base On the face of the base a bronze tablet setting forth the purpose of the memorial will be placed The statue will be the personal gift of Col James P Whallen and Is In tended as a memento of the affection that existed between the two brothers all through their lives JOHN DUANE DEAD We regret to chronicle that John J Duane for thirtytwo years an employe of the Louisville Nashville Jraiiroad died at the residence of his daughter Mrs Charles E Wright of 1320 Hepburn avenue Thursday morning The cause of deaths was the infirmities of old ago Mr Duane who was born In Ireland seventyfour years ago and had been A resident of this city for half 5 century had been confined to his bed since last September Three sons William J Duane of St Louis and James D and Charles J Duane of Louisville survive Mrs Wright wife of Charles E Wright itf the City Assessors office Iff the only daughter surviving A brother Daniel J Duane of Louisville also urvivN The funeral wilt he held thle mornlBif from St Brlglda churchiJ i IRISH HOPES Arc Now Raised to a Point Than Was IlljherI Known I I I Orange Attempt to Overthrow the Nationalists Signal Failure Attention of World Concentrated on Final Meetings of the Cabinet REDMOND HOLDS i THE FIELD The attention of the whole world is concentrated on the final meetings of the Cabinet Just before the open ing of Parliament These sessions always excite much Interest for they utter the official word with regard to the legislative bill of fare to be laid before the House of Commons This year public interest is enor mously increased by the knowledge that behind the closed doors in Downing street considerable diver gence of opinion exists respecting naval estimates It is conceivable that big issues may arise which might decide the whole fate of the Ministry but no such difficulties are anticipated at present Indeed it is more than likely that no trouble will arise this year though far reaching differences exist Meantime the newspapers report every movement of the Ministers with almost laughable detail The relations which are most scrutinized are those be tween LloydGeorgeand Churchllli for the Tory newspapers still insist that this Cabtifet crisis malnjy repre1 vents a struggle tp theide th be tween these two powerful p rJon1 allies but even the Tory newspapers have found out that as T P OColi nor has always Insisted the pertiojiM relations between thtf two inert remain as cordial Mir r a n4 aftfl tReyt 3eorge8 Souse In Downing street of at Churchill li xlacp d Nevertheless Ll ycG org is ctlonoltlCdents this week have demonstrat4d amore clearly than eves thQ wIde iiTw hJill t M8 t v Churchill Good party speakers and straight party journals on the Liberal side now shout aloud what hitherto had been only whispered and the tide is running fast against the Admiralty Lord and also against the Ministry unless they control Churchill The most significant speech of this antiChurchill cam paign was delivered by John Burns I Everybody knows that Burns always has disliked Churchill personally and politically for John Is dangerously outspoken as to likes and dislikes but his denunciations hither con fined to smoke rooms have now been given to the world with the tropical luxuriance of language and statistics which distinguish Burns oratory Of course the Tories are rejoicing In time first movement of sunshine in long years of political darkness and the first sign of a real rift in the solid ranks of the Liberal party I They add fuel to the fire and con tinuo to laud Churchill to the skies one leading Tory describing him as a genuine though misguided pa triot and promising him the full support of the Tories against LloydGeorge and the Cabinet Butt the quarrel will be patched up and may not break out again till that critical moment In dealing with I Ulster Is reached a few months hence That will be the most per ilous period In the whole history of the Cabinet and the fortunes of home rule- Meantime home rule though sub merged somewhat by this other tierce internal struggle In the Cab inet insists heard andon being now II again Carson blows a louder trum pot of defiance than ever and Eng1I llsh Tories of the most reactionary type promise him every assistance in making civil war Apparently Orangelsm is as rampant hopeful and definant as ever but It Is note worthy that these outbursts receive little attention at this moment Indeed Redmond holds the field and his recent conciliatory speech Is everywhere applauded for its fine tone and temper Even Carsons reply shows that underneath all his I hOP9thatand incidentally save his neck Mr OConnor remains therefore still firmly as ever convinced that a formula will be found which will give Ireland home rule and slmu taneously build the golden bridge of retreat for Carson from his Impossible position Meantime recent events raise Irish hopes to a higher point than ever Recent municipal results in Ireland have produced results so remarkable that William OBrien again felt compelled to offer to resign his seat In consequence of the complete over throw of his candidates In the city of Cork but Redmond refuses a contest at this jjuncture and OBriens approval of this attitude is interestingIn r municipal results were even more remarkable For the first time for centuries the Orange e town of Ennlsklllen has given aNa tionalist majority while In Armagh recently the scene of one of Car eons o8tlp jctacular demonatra tion the Orange attempt to orer throw the Nationalist majority fl 1 IdemonstrationsI week add another thousand pounds to what already 4lMa record sub scrlpUoni I IREOENTDHATJlRi heart MaryILawlesaWednesday suffered the loss of their beloved daughteraFrances+ aged seven years Her funeral was held yesterday morning from St Charles church Father Raffo being the cele brant of the high mass of requiem The funeral of jPhlllp S Grever twenty years of age who died of pneumonia Tuesday morning was conducted Thursday morning from St Mary Magdalene church The body was taken todnchinatl Friday for burial He iIsj furvlved by his parents Mr andMrs Frank J Grever 942 South Brook street and three brothers With solemn mashof requiem Rev Father Craney conducted the funeral of Thomas J Nuge tat St Cecilias church Monday mtmjlrig The deceased was twent seven years old and besides his father with whom he resided at 442 North Twentyeighth street he leaves twp sisters and one brother His death followed Illness from tuberculosis t i j Theodore Steri berg fortyfive years of age a grocer at Twenty first and Market streets died at his home Wednesday of par alysis The funeral was held Friday from St Anthonys church Mr Sternberg was born and reared In St Anthony Indt He came to Louis ville eighteen year ago and embarked Jri the gjocety business For the past tWelvj yMrs he conducted the storg arTwenfrJfirst and Markets eets Hajsipvkd by his wife and sIx childreen Andrew Steelo Iaged and re spected resident jfi Louisville and long TcoriBeciediiSlln she Banmn Sewer Pipe CoaRny tIed Tuesday JlfJiieh cents1 son William- S ptrgetpnV yearrt agq tuing to this city 14 the sixtiesf ivlng him are two sgnl William 3 site of No 16 En gino CbmpanyJKuid DI Andrew S eolilir t deIiHand five grandchildren and faj great grandchll dron The JnJi was held Thurs day morning r i iTbhn T Bunuan aged and re Bpectea meJBVnt St Louis Bet 11tJj flxt led f3ltdd U1LyPk ear rpubk W cy morning athli- orl 18CVe 7elr stHawwas- ixtyeight years old and a native of Louisville Besides his widow Mrs Elizabeth Burns he Is survived by three sons Lea B Bruno B Burns of Louisville and John T Burns of Paducah and three daughters Mrs Thomas Wardon of Memphis Mrs James A Watson and Mrs William Heckol of this city Tire funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Louis Bertrands antwas at tended by many friends and rela tives ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Commandery 135 Knights of St John will celebrate its silver jubilee tomorrow at St Vincent de Pauls church Shelby and Oak The com mandery will attend a jubilee high mass at 8 oclock in the morning when the members will receive holy communion in a body There will ba solemn vespers in the afternoon at 230 oclock when the Rev Father n C Ruff former assistant pastor of St Vincent de Pauls but now pas tor of St Patricks at Stithton with deliver a special sermon The celebration will conclude with a grand ba luet In the new school hall at 5 oclock at which a number of toasts will be responded to The Knights of St John Is a strong Catholic fraternal society with a membership that extends throughout the country TURKEY SUPPER Next Thursday evening from 5 to 7 oclock the congregation of St Augustines church will entertain with a turkey supper In their hall 1308 West Broadway and will be prepared to entertain all who will be their guests In the afternoon and evening there will be a card party when euchre and lotto will be played the games to be called at 230 and 8 oclock As everybody knows the entertainments given by Father Feltens friends are always enjoyable The suppers are unsurpassed and the prizes many and handsome For all who attend there will be a sure enough good time and a supper they will enjoy VISIT THE POPE Pope Plus Xlast Saturday gave a long audience to two American priests the Rev Thomas D Beaven Bishop of Springfield Mass and the Rev A A Cyran of Webster Mass His Holiness tried for a time to con verse in French but was compelled to revert to Latin in which he ex pressed his regret at his lack of linguistic ability The Bishop after ward said that the Pope was in excellent spirits and mentally alert but that he did not seem able to endure much physical exertion FROM ROME According to the Associated Press It is reported in Rome that Cardinal Merry del Val probably will be appointed Chamberlain of the church an office which h6 been vacant since the death of Cardinal Ram polla It Is one ottlhe highwt poet lions in the church udurllllnInterregnum toe Chamberlain directe th flbvernmeni of the church n HOLY NAME Society That Has Approbation of the Highest Ecclesiastical Authorities a Requirements For the Enjoyments of Its Numerous Spirit ual Advantages Very Jtev Charles II McKcnim Known there as Its Apostle I INDULGENCES MAY BE GAINED For Some time past In New York Boston Baltimore Philadelphia Pittsburgh Chicago Cincinnati St Louis Now Orleans In fact all the principal cities of the country much attention has been attracted to the society In the Catholic church known as the Holy Name Society which has received the approbation of Pope Plus X and the American Cardinals Archbishops Bishops and clergy It was first founded In Louisville at St Louis Bertrands church and since has been organized In other congregationsThe Name Society Is the same as the Holy Name Confraternity and in order that Its mem bers may enjoy all the spiritual ad vantages of the cnfraternlty certain things are required First is the consent of the Ordinary of the dio cese Where this consent is given It is the earnest desire that the Holy Name Society be established in all the parishes of the diocese and thatall members become active Holy otpracticalThe second requirement is a diploma authorizing the canonical establishment of the society must come from the Master General of the Dominicans And as the Manual of the Holy Name Society says No society is really that is validly erected without said diploma The Master General of the Dominican order has noted with greatest pleas ure the rapid growth of the Holy Name Society in the united States he realized the Inconvenience of- verypastorijendjhg tqnone t9 the diiplomai1A ndjtht eretorilin ktrue l de fthislombii for him The third requisite is a register of names The directors of the Holy Name Society must keep this register The protects of the society may have their own lists of names but there must be a regular Holy Name Register The director may inscribe the name himself But anyone can do this provided the di rector affix his name to each page This may seem to some a useless proceeding but nevertheless It is to be done Our own opinions In the matter should always take a second place when It means the spiritual advancement of the faithful It Is well it is most comforting most Edifying that our men go to the sacraments regularly and frequently but we should make every effort possible to further the spiritual life of our men and boys One of the great means for the advancement of souls is time gaining of indulgences On this matter of Indulgences let us take a paragraph from The Treasures of the Rosary by the Very Rev Charles H Mc Kenna 0 P P G known In this country as The Apostle of the Holy Name It gives us one of the greatest reasons why we should gain as many indulgences as possible Ho says In the tribunal of confes sion after the penitent makes his selfaccusation the priest imposes on him what Is called a penance certain prayers to be said or certain good acts to be performed This penance is intended to satisfy in some measure the justice of God offended by the sins confessed But we have reason to fear that these slight pen ances are far from being adequate to satisfy God for the many blasphemies and other sins which have been confessed When the priest has reason to fear that the penances ho gives are not adequate why it may be asked does he not In pose heavier penanceslong fasts on bread and water such as were imposed by the church in early ages and known as canonical penances The answer Is that no priest can give adequate penance since only God knows the malice and enormity of sin Again we fear that many would be unwilling to perform today those rigorous pen ances that were In early days Im posed by the church Yet while she changes her discipline her doctrine does not change As a loving mother she now opens to us the Infinite treasure of her Indulgences begging us through them to satisfy the justice of God for our trangresslons Would to God that all poor sinners realized the tender solicitude of the church and the necessity and advan tages of the spiritual riches she offers for our acceptance A glance at the list of Indulgences plenary and partial given in the Manual of tho Holy Name Society will en courage any man who has the in terest of his own soul at heart On November 4 1909 His Holiness Pius X granted certain indulgences to the Holy Name men pt the United States A plenary Indulgence to all who have confessed and received holy communion and take part 1 In the Holy Name voiles wearing the official button or v badge an In dulgence of 200 days may be gained fJ u once a day by all members of the Holy Name Society who regularly but visibly wear the official Holy Name emblem while they are in any public place provided they say once a day Blessed be the Name of the Lord MICHAEL SCIIULTEN One of the prettiest weddings in recent years was witnessed Wednes day morning by a gathering that nearly filled St Boniface church when Miss Mary Helen Michael daughter of Henry Michael of 1156 East Broadway was married with a nuptial high mass to Leo B Schul ten son of John J Schulten and one of the best known of the younger business men of Louisville The Rev Father Leonard performed the ceremony assisted by the Rev Father Michael President of St Marys College and the Rev Father Peter Otto Hubbuch acted as thee grooms best man Miss Aline Kohl hepp was Miss Michaels maid of honor with Miss Ruth OConnor and Miss Agnes Bohlsen as bridesmaids The ushers were Messrs Clarence Besten Henry J Michael Leo F Michael and Joseph C Michael Fol lowing the wedding came a break fast at the Tyler Hotel Wednesday afternoon the couple left for a wed ding trip through the South A legion of friends and admirers tender congratulations with the wish that the worthy couple may live long and happily ST FRANCES OF ROME Steady progress has been made this week In preparation for the bazar for the benefit of St Frances of Rome church in Clifton which will be held In the large school building opening February 17 and continuing three days and nights Regular meetings are being held and nothing left Undone that would add undertakingFollowing their personnel and a glanbe at the list of workers will convince anyone who knows them that the bazar is going to be an unqualified success General Chairman Joseph D DaldezSecrelaryJohn Moritz Novelty BoothMrs C F Breckel Chairman assisted by Mes dames M Reedy E Bohne J E Larkin E Burns L A Blanford W R Wagner Charles Edelen W Ren fro NHornung W1 Webb W R Lattls and J Barbour ShippenChairman Sullivan Mary Breckel Mary Fitzgerald Maud Wllhoyte Mary Alice Copllnger Margaret Kesslck and Mary Shippen Candy Booth Mrs Thomas C tthaitmanassistedbyfitj r Flora Traut Bessie Fitzgerald Effie May Renfro Catherine Reedy Anna May Orth Dessle Burns Lottie Mc Cloy Clara Stoke Lily and May Funk Carrie Bader and the Misses BarbourFish Pond Mrs Peter Bahr Chairman assisted by Mrs Joseph Wetsteln Misses Rose Obermeler Lillie May French Adel Moritz and Leonora Copllnger KesslckIOrth R Maher D B Blockhart G Shader N Collet George Oesweln J Po Conroy H L Rogers C R Bentley L G Shlndler M McCloy and Misses M Murray and A FlahertyNovelty Wheel John Lutke meler Chairman assisted by George Martin J X Kesslck Charles Seivert Henry Schlmplef Joseph Russell E Sherman and Ben Traut Candy Wheel William Ober racier Chairman assisted by Henry Obermeler and George Schwerle TUG TURN OUT There was a very marked Increase In the attendance Tuesday night at the meeting of Division 1 A 0 H which was encouraging to the officers President Tom Tarpy occupied the chair and Interesting talks were made by exSenator Mark Ryan Daniel McCarthy James Barry and David OConnell The Visiting Com mitten reported Thomas Lawler still on the sick list but progressing to ward recovery After the reading of communications from County Presi dent Connelly and the National Board an order was drawn for the per capita tav for the first halt of the year Daniel OConnell submit ted the report of the Auditing Com mittee which showed the books cor rectly balanced and kept Despite the heavy calls for sick and death benefits there yet remains a sub stantial fund in the hands of Treas urer Thomas Keenan Sr President Tarpy reported the proceedings of the County Boardand the arrange ments under way for the St Pat ricks day celebration saying it will be a glorious one AMJMNAE EUCHRE The Holy Rosary Academy Alumnae will give a euchre and lotto at tho Catholic Womans Club 615 West Walnut street Tuesday afternoon and eevnlng February 17 the games to be called at 215 and 815 oclock The Committee of Arrange ments is composed of Mrs Dan Dougherty Mrs R Parsons Misses Gertrude Colgan Mary Rose Kelly Nellie McHugh Annie McDonald Nellie OSullivan Katherine and Cella Morthorst POPE MAKES GIFT Cardinal Merry del Val assumed the position of Arch Priest of St Peters on Monday succeeding the late Cardinal Rampolla and a sQl emn ceremonial was held The Pope In honqr of the occasion presented through Cardinal Merry del Val tto the Basilica a magnificent gold chat ice and pyx encrusted with precious etoneP valued at 20000 a WE D- OPRINtING FIRST CLASS WORK Give Thin Office Your Next Order SEGREGATION Question Now Up to members of the Present General Council Councilman McDcrmott On Trail r of Committee Who Have Ordinance Representative Barrett Busy Hypnotizing Country Leg- Islators r DULL MOOSE WEEKLY HOLLER Councilman M J McDermott of the Ninth ward again opened the question of segregation of our negro population when at the meeting of the lower board of the General Coun cil on Tuesday evening he asked for a report on the ordinance which had been Introduced and referred to a committee some time previous but who have not as yet reported Since the recent publication in the Ken tucky Irish American many queries have been received as to the delay on this proposed measure and the preesnt General Council is expected to reply favorably to public opinion by passing on It In the near future Not satisfied with their usurpation of white mens homes on West Chestnut West Walnut and other streets of prominence the negroes now have organized to secure equal privileges in the local theaters their equal privileges to finally remit in control as white people would be forced to vacate as in the residence question They have de manded the right to sit in the bal cony at all of the theaters same entrance as the whites and boycotted the National and Keiths Theaters because they were compelled to use tho gallery and gallery entrances and have stationed some of their number to keep track of negroes that patronize these housesThlsquestion of whether we are to have racial equality is directly up to the members of the present General Council and the white public Is anxiously awaiting their decision Repreesntative George B Barrett obtained fame and headlines In the daily press this past week by intro ducing a boxing bill at Frankfort tyutllbau1Bthe Frawley law which Is now in operation In New York Hard sled ding is predicted for the bill especially from the country solons who lay awake at night planning reforms for the wicked cities in liquor legis lation etc but It is significant that this very class are the ones who set the pace for even our hardened rounders when they themselves come to see the sights However tho persuasive and eloquent statesman from the First ward may be able to convert them to his athletic point of viewIAnother bill introduced which is discussion Is that Of Representative Adam Spahn which seeks to limit time employment of women and girls to eight hours a day which Is heartily opposed by manufacturers and employes alike the latters opposition coming from the fact that where they work possibly eight and a unifier nine hours the first five days of the week they are given a half holiday on Satur days A more sensible suggestion would be changing the bill to read Should not work more than forty eight hours a week Regardless of political affiliation sympathy is expressed on all sides for Jack Shia former Fiscal Court Clerk who is being sued to recover salary paid him when filling the position do which ho was elected by the Fiscal Court and in the fulfilling of which duties he made a capable official many regarding the suit In the nature of a political persecution and not supported by public opinion Much curiosity Is also expressed at the belllgeraut attitude of the Even- Ing Times In the matter which seems to gloat over the latest decision in the case when it is taken Into consideration the gentleman in question Isa leading Democrat and the Times also considered by some as a strict Democratic newspaper and Incidentally a long continued applicant at the pie counter of local DemocracyThe Progressives emitted an other yelp In the Issuance of their organ last Saturday bitterly attack- Ing Drs Powell and Webb styling them preacherpoliticians but gentlemeninterested the Bull Moose ticket last fall because of its attempt to start a war of religious prejudice in this city The editor further stated that he was not the Armstrong who conducted a saloon at Fifth and Jefferson but the friends of Dee Armstrong re taliate by saying that his past and present history is well known to theO local public in which he has an advantage over the Imported editor of the Bull Moose weekly SACRED CONCERT A sacred concert will be given in St Michaels church Brook street tomorrow night beginning at 8 oclock Tho programme as arranged is excellent and some of the best singers in1l the city will bo present for this occasion Sacred concerts are now rarely given and no doubt not only the people from Father Mar tin OConnors parish but numbers from other parishes will help well the attendance Prof John Reckten wald wiU be the director D pr 1II IKNTUciK tH Ali EAPT I KENTUCKY I IRISH flMERIGflN au Itfe4 to the Social aad Moral idraBcemcmeat elI Irlik Aaurktas and Cctfcellcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order oI Hibernians Young Mens Institute And Catholic Knights of America CMNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publlshon SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY ge BoUrta fcl th LuUlU Po teHlce as sMoadCI rotor Address all CoBimnilMtloii to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN JI9 2I West Green LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7 19 PASS TillS BILL t The Legislature should pass nd t Arnetttfixing the punishment for carrying r concealed deadly weapons tin the provisions of the measure t which tins already passed the S ate the first conviction carries with s It disfranchisement for two years t besides a fine of from 10 to 100 and Jail sentence from ten to aril days The penalty upon second conviction is confinement in the penitentiary of from one to five years Tho bill also provides a fine of from 10 to 60 for the Circuit Clerk or Sheriff who falls or refuses to issue a capias or execute the judgment Such law fearlessly mdon faithfully executed would greatly reduce crime and save the State much expense Another law should more stringently regulate the sale of deadly weapons in pawnshops MEXICO President Wilson will be commended for his proclamation stand regarding the difficulties and war that troubles Mexico embargo against transportation arms and munitions of war into the distracted country has been lifted It is confidently believed this course will place the warring elements on an equal basis which should speedily end the struggle and br forth a leader who will rest o gOV1ernments country Press reports say the redactionla laeverywhere and that what Huerte I I and his followers think or do will I amount to nothing Any overt act- on his part toward American int eats will force abandonment of our I position and armed Intervention THE JUNIORS We would certainly like to t the literary test as prescribed in t Burnett immigration bill given a tryout with some of the Junior Order of United American Machan fusyvho are strenuouslrS PPorting the bill Judging by sbme of those who have come under our observation making their mark is the 11 of their educational ability WORK AND LIVE Among men there are many unnecessarily idle their excuse being that they can not get along on t wages offered them for their serv- Ices Such men are dependents andI a are burdens upon others who work The man who cant go to work f i say 12 per week and watch d wait for his chance is a pessimist j and calamity howler and no geod Ij at any salary to an employer t Is not worth standing room A m cant get his opportunity walk n the streets and bewailing his fateE Go to work at thebest you can getr and dont forget that half a loaf better than none- CENSOR PLAYS F At a meeting held In the rectory tt- of St Patricks Cathedral Newr York City the first of the weekt attended by Cardinal Farley Moni signor Lavelle and others prominent fknownf J plays which are vulgar and objec tionable The moveemnt was by Cardinal Parley and the plans of the organization will Include all the Catholic churches of the UnitedI States This censorship will be quite effective as members of the church will be expected to see no other plays than those which are officially accepted be WIlY NOT A change from the verdict of no guilty on the ground of insanity to that of guilty but Insane In murder cases where the jury accepts thea insanity defense is recommended by tile New York State Bar Associa tion It is an eminently sensiblehE proposition An insane man who murders another unquestionably commits a criminal act To that extent ho is guilty even though the law because of his mental andon moral irresponsibility may hold him run immune from the prescribed pen Thaltiesbe no perversion of the English ilanguage and no misrepresentation- of the fact to bring in a verdict of guilty but Insane against such a defendant But the charge wuldjI j b4 something more than one of plirMwlggy It would result In a e clearer definition of the legal tatua oC inMie murderers confined tyr the and statet Fvraae W feV H might clear r the way for the prompt extraditionI of insane murderers who like Thaw custodybit of ono State into the Jurisdiction of another If Thaw had been con dersigned to Matteawan as one guilt murder but exempt from enstatutory punishment on account of insanity it is doubtful if the authorl ties of New Hampshire could have found the slightest excuse for rerue ing to extradite him Whether freshman or sophomore President Henry S Barker of the Kentucky State University has in good and therefore the kicks and reflections of former President James K Patterson will only recoil their author Dr Pattersons strongest claim to the position he lost is that he had been cam P mented by Andrew Carnegie Before the Legislative Investigating committee he plainly showed thehas animus that actuated himloss place I goodmdneighbor the Indiana Catholic PlTheyear To Editor OMahoney ofextendI I hearty congratulations and I hope that his and the papers suc cess and usefulness will Jncrease threefold within the next five yea I vetoIngl I I bars rethe honest but unfortunate person who can neither read nor w while admitting without restrict the educated scoundrel and dls turber I Supporting the President in present attitude toward Mexico IsI I I erone of the easiest things the country ever had to do- DEATH CAUSES GRIEF EseeonheAnna on B Connelly beloved wife of Anthony Connelly chief inspector for t f Louisville Railway Company For long time Mrs Connelly had beenare III at her home 2510 Duncan street I and when the end came she was fortified with every blessing thesonJ andItI was widely known in ConnellyI andI Ii I social circles Whereevr she went her genial wholesome nature ma- her de a welcome figure She wasII I charitable to the last word andInever spared herself or tier purselI I I hothes e J1 Is survived by one daughter Miss Clara Connelly and one sonJJ Anthony Connelly Jr Her funeral IErj II I IE auiem mass A long cortege follow I placeStin cemeteryTe IInIII gMackin Council met Monday night perfected arrangements for t1 wltoHI ea j I tomorrow afternoon in New Albany1 attentiontomembers to attend meetings where tbusinessthe wkthere would be a book shower next Wednesday evening 1 connection with which there would entertaining I AlbanyI I ll a randdie I at officers and a large delegation of Ing members I LJIWILL ADDRESS FEDERATION The Rev Father Joseph OGrady pastor of St Aloysius church ha accepted an Invitation to deliver anI address at the regular meeting of thp Federation of Catholic Societies toI T I BitClubVIOGrady anti wordhearingi Ine general Invitation to the public to this meeting HIBERNIAN SOCIAL CLUB giTheI telHibernianI preesnt moving pictures and amateur Vaudeville at the Norman Theater Twentyfirst and Portland next Tuesday night the admission to be ly ten cants Special films will be and the amateurs are equals of many who appear as professionals is club Is popular In the West End thetheaterand VALENTINE EUCHRE PCThechurch will entertain with a Valen Fridayeveningcolumba school hall Thirtyfifth Market streets and hate secured many handsome and novel prises to be gives the wlmnert busy SOCIETY j Miss Jessie Hannephln entertained at her home In Oakdale for Miss Freda Haag I Miss Edith Nagl t has been visiting jI sfber aunt Mrs Mary McCoy at Charlestown Ind Miss Ida Charles Carroll has been visiting in Bardstown the guest of Miss Beatrice Wathen Ellen Wathen entertained bet 14Miss Monday afternoon at her home in the Highlands I Misses Mamie Kelly and Nellie Marsh left this week for a ten days visit to New York City ey totnoMiss Alice Curtin has returned from Covington where she spent several weeks visiting her sister Mrs Katherine Meehan of Montgomery Ala arrived this week to be the guest of Mrs M A Wathen dobliss Katherine Glenn of Oakdale has gone to Bowling Green to spent two weeks with John Glenn and fam fly Mrs Edward J McDermott has turned from a visit to her husband 11the Lieutenant Governor at Frank fortMrs EdwardC Doll Deer Park had as her guest for the pastor week Mrs William Winkler of Chattanooga Among the Louisvllliahs in Gotham last week was David J Maloney who was registered at the Marlborough Hotel I weThere will be a dance and recep flan under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus next Friday evening at their club house reMrs T J Mulverhlll and daugh spthelseveralire ant John GOBS at Pleasure Ridge riteTrinity Y M I Social Club will oftonnext Thursday evening February 12 Miss Margaret Fitzgibbons and 1 Inhist City were lor t guests at a dinner at the home pit Miss Margaret Miller Mr and Mrs Wilson Welch have announced the engagement of their sister Miss Frances Inez Tucker to Charles Elliott Thompson Their marriage will be solemnized Feb rusty 23 i lteWalter H Hartensteln and bride who was Miss Mary A Selbel who 3 now on their wedding trip willl return February 16 and be afhotne 1 to their friends at 2115 West Jeffer street Mrs Mary E Lawler has issued invitations to the marriage of her daughter Miss Mary Bernadetle teiday at St Louis Bertrands Mrs Harry Fisher and her sister Miss Nellie IFlnegan have both been on the sick list this past week Mrs Fisher being troubled with an abT scess over her eye and Miss Finegan suffering from an attack of the grip f k Iedfriends among whom were Misses I Corinne Lyons Bessie Rogers Rose Edith Hnefllng Ida Mae Sulll11aped IPItt Florence Sullivan bless ICharley Pitt George Eberhard Evrl erett Thompson John Flynn Roland toTyler Harold Roberts Mr and Mr Clifford NewtonfljMiss Elizabeth Kirwan and Col11with Thomas J Batman were quietly nta rled Wednesday in St Frances of Rome church in Clifton The care mony was performed by the Rev heFather Thomas White the pastor Immediately after their bride and groom left for a trip Eaa- n and on their return they will be at home at 1620 South First street Miss Mary Agnes Graft was given birthday surprise by her friends her residence on West Jefferson the street Friday evening The follow were invited Misses Mary Agnes Graft Nellie Pulford Blanch Baker Clark Lucille Bell Mary of Bullen Messrs Franklin Henriott Charles Pfeiffer Roy Popp Andrew Glass William Bell Harold Grafts Nicholas Bosler John Black and Lee Vonderhelde I of Mlss Hedwlg Ochsner was hostessI a kitchen shower given for MissI Mae Carrara a bride of theI nil Those present were Misses Valla Mae Carraro Lucy luVi Paul Herp Mary T Heimberger and Matilda and Mayme Staler Elizabeth Zinn Louise Schmitt Louise Young Caroline Ochsner Mary S Hennessy Hedwlg Ochsner Amelia Crovo Vir nia Schmitt Katherine McGuire Donahue Euphonla Schul Mrs E H Young MrsT H MoMrsIBaCordeliaI I premarriageaCterurenoonFather Cronin will perform games The bridetobe Is a young lady with a host ofthecereII has been especially Catholic social circles The prosSgroom fa connected wIth Grath Co in addition to being aghoterprlsesI worker in the Democratic orJianlzaCouj eyeteeth J ntajor1ty Hill extending cpngrfttulatloi I ONE DOLLAR a month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection MOTOR IThe Cliawk Smith Automobile Company of Seventh and Broadway has added a motor private ambulance to Its equipment the only one of the kind in the city and which promises to fill a longfelt want In this com munity The ambulance is built on a White chassis carrying all of the latest devices for the care of pa tients and the convenience of phy sicians and attendants being elec trically lighted and heated and car TEFFERSONVILLE William H Donovan one of Jef fersonvllles best known young men died Sunday morning at the home of his father Patrolman Dennis Donovan 417 West Jefferson street following a long Illness from a complication of ailments His mother- re Mrs Katherine Donovan died last September Besides his father he is survived by three sisters and three brothers as follows Miss Ella Donovan Miss Mary Donovan Miss Margaret Donovan Lawrence Dono van Joseph Donovan of Jefferson ville and Patrick G Donovan of In dianapolis Ho was a lifelong mem ber of St Augustines church from where the funeral was held Tuesday morning Rev Father Michael Hal pin being the celebrant at the solemn requiem mass LADIES OF ST ANNS Next Wednesday both afternoon and evening the ladies of St Anne parish will give a euchre lotto and cake sale in the school hall Seventh street and Davies avenue This will be their last affair of the winter sea son and therefore they have made extra preparation and will award many handsome prizes There will be an abundance of cakes big and little the sale of which will cause much merriment All friends of Father Hill the pastor and the ladles are cordially invited Take the Sixth street cars to the end of the lino SULLIVAN MADE MANAGER Michael L Sullivan formerly of BInghamton N Y but for sever years past a resident of LouIsvit where he has made a legion of friends was on Wednesday appointed manager of the Smith Nixon Piano Company He succeeds Charles Vaupel who retired after thirty years service with the Smith Nixon Company Manager Sulliv t has had wide experience In ti piano business and is in every way qualified for jils new position LOTTO PARTY Next Tuesday nightI the mamba of St Josephs congregation will e tertaln their friends with a lotto ilparty to be held in the new school building Just completed Games will start at 8 oclock and the pro ceeds will go toward reducing the debt on the school This will give the public an opportunity to Inspect this splendid new fireproof building BARKER REAL FIREMAN Charles L Barker the newly appointed i Secretary of the Louisville Fire Department has already devel1 all the characteristics of a real te0 make every run with the department und also becoming a devotee ot Ataslstant Chiefs Pat Carroll and Sami ees have promised to present him a pair of rubber boots and a birthri day BRAVE POLICE CAPTAIN n I Hogata logical candidate for a Carnegie- medal on Wednesday when ho heroically rescued a woman and her baby from being run down by a runaway horse and wagon of the New York laundry Capt Hogan grasping horses bit and turning him aside although being dragged for quite a distance The hero Is I III member of the local council Knights Columbus 1IKFANADtAGINNIS Mr and Mrs James S McKenna Fairfield have announced the accompltehosgaret MoKenna to S Abbot Magin a prominent and successful resident of Salt Lake City The wedding will take place alter Easter nwill be a society event of much interest Miss MoKenna Is a frequent visitor In this city where she is weJJ known and has many admirers EUCHRE AND LOTTO The ladies of St twillafternoon and evening In basement of the new church xter and Hepburji They have viirand many handsome awards Tho wilt begin at 2 and S oclock 1DIA1UOND JUBILEE John A Downey J who in the Jesuit College in- New Orleans more than fifty years taught Chief Justice Edward D ite of the United States Supremq celebrated his diamond Jubllao SundaThe I College of which ha was ones vide President Douglai Whit isJ in the era r c TRANSYLVANIAESixth Floor Paul Jones Building AMBULANCE rying a complete set of surgical In struments Sick and injured per sons In the outlying districts can be speedily brought to the local hos pitals for treatment and It com pulsory an operation can be performed en route without any Incon venience Local physicians and hoe pltal authorities have pronounced it a model of its kind and say that the Chawk Smith Company is to be commended for its enterprise position he holds today said Father Downey In his address be cause he learned to apply himself when a boy and being a success in his studies he became a success in his profession Father Downey Is eighty years old and has been a l Jesuit sixty years ASHLAND From Ashland comes word that the Ancient Order of Hibernians are J B BURDIS President Ancient Order of Hibernians holding their own and will be able to StateleThe Holy Family church which was damaged by fire last August was completed last Sunday and with the now altars of marble new statues of S+ Peter and St Paul and one magnificent statue of the Sacred otliechurch frescoed Rev Father Gos selin the pastor and the Trustees are being complimented on theY everythinghoe tinsomest churches In the State SISTERS HOME BENEFIT The St Leo Society of Hghla I Park gives assurance of a really en Jbyable time for those who patronize Its euchre and lotto party at Trlnlt I Council Hall on Wednesday after noon and evening February 18 The advance sale of tickets has been very satlsfactor arehopefulthe building of the Sisters home at II Highland Park TRINITY COUNCIL I attheMonday night the lastIyoung men of theII bearingFrank I DiarysBaltimore at I tho I routinebthouther t e I close attention of his many hearerst t The address was very Instructive an I beeheardreported that interest was growing t the PanamaPacific Club for 191 6allquite a number having already enrolled Trinity Council will be wellI AlbanyInitiation L wheitsan I escort of over a hundred members CATHOLIC LEAGUE ELECTS tTheI has elected the following officers cthedPresidentFrank A Reichert I Vice PresidentEdward Wolfe e 1TreasurerThomas b I willbeffthreecorneredeJecture next evening be re tho members of the local fiotAttorney J aidebyewpoint by Rev Charles P Raffo TAKING MENS PIJAOESI I I NewJersey ofthatI a81PQlIcElJmana81 j i femalesinette ana maintain seats for such who ployes I CASUALTY + IS I I11111111111II111 t t IIII II II I1II11111 It I SEMIANNUAL j SweepingOutI Sale I SPECIALS IN OUR SHOE KELLR fBASEMENT t theseSweepingOut tk before Nothing but high grade and choice styles J no matter how high the price 300Shoesi f 50cAnother big lot of Womens Shoes and Oxfords values up to 300 Mostly small sizes None tried on or sent on approval Your size maybe here BROKEN LINES WOMENS 400 SHOES 5=Velvet satins gun metal calf patent colt and vici kid J shown Not all sizes in anyone style but all sizes in the lot I WOMENS NEW 350 PATENT COLT SHOES d t 5248Over 1200 pairs of these new uptodate Shoes tan Rus calfxSizEs in each style I BOSTON SHOE o INCORPORATED GreenM1 S I II I I I J II Jo J J H+HHII Jill I 11 J II I II III I III I REMOVALI wish to announce that I have moved my Floral Es tablishment from 560 South Fourth street to the Arca dia Building Fourth and Broadway where we will be pleased to serve our friends and customers with a larger and better supply of everything in our line HFUCHSFLORIST ARCADIA BUILDING FOURTH AND BROADWAY KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS InterestdMembers Here and Else where dUnion Council at Syracuse has 1277 members Illinois leads the Western States with 137 councils and 32000 mem bers Twentyone candidates received the first degree last week at Fort Wayne Ind IThe Knights of Trinidad Col have arranged a six months educational programme The Knights of Everett Wash have purchased ground for 9009 upon which they will erect a 25000 homeSThree priests were among tthe charter members of the council over sixty strong Just Instituted at David City Neb- January 25 was the great day for the Knights of Lafayette Ind when fortyfive received the second and degreesd rt s Connernd who attend- Arrangements are in progress for the organization of a council at Urbana Ohio There were 125 men present at the first meeting Fraternal Hall at Cheyenne Wyo will be purchased and used for tha regular meetings of the Knights und the promotion of social life among members Angelus Council of Brooklyn has a service class in which prospec enIa State an- uniclpal d ENJOYED ItECIT ILSaLarge audiences enjoyed the two given during the past week to St Augustines Academy Jeffersonville Each number was- xquisitely rendered and ohowed careful training upon the part of the Those taking part were Clara Black Gertrude Leach Fay Black Helen Smith Hazel Dressy Pauline Brinkman May C OReilly Mary Kennedy Frances Ellis Catherine Hancock Helen Mayfield Anna Williams Catherine Dolan Nellie Patrick Fay White Daisy Kehoe Matte Patrick May p Cole and Edward Moore and George 6 Arlene V v HELPING1 PRIEST EDITO MMBW f Father Charles U ODonnell C S- Oot Notre Dame University dellv l Francis Xavler3 church at William Ill Father Thomas Shannon for 1is rector of the church is the editor of the Chicago New World INSURANCE co I FORTYSECOND 48 CO muslcscboolI ststag GAYETY THEATER One Week CoBuaencInffSuadtty Matinee I THREE ACT COME- DYOFFICER as 666 With a Love Story and Screamingly Funny Situations A gentlemans hobby forpilfering art works serves as the theme upon which this comedy was built Tere ifa not one moment between the situations PBIOES Sunday Matinee lOc Z5c I6o Saturday NightslOc NAT WalnutLFifth and IREAL VAUDEVILLE FIRST TIME HERE RICHARD THE GREAT Supeeducated Chimpanzee THE ALEXANDER BASY TROUPE Presenting New Features The offering for next week Is made up of high class attractions that have won favor in the largest and best theaters of the country 5 OTHER STAR ACTSS MatlncoAII Seats lOo Night lOc and 20o La Dinette Restaurant 412 WEST WALNUT Famous For Good Things to Eat Ladies Dining Room in the rearWe guarantee prompt service nd every attention Bailey Be Baumgardner Proprs WANTED Position as Representative or Collector for Catholic publication S A Swit Louisville Ky WITH THE SICK Capt B McCue of the No 3 Hook and Ladder Company Capt Edward ComHook and Ladder Company all oft duty the past week on account of Illness are reported Improving and hopeful of soon returning to duty Patrolman Dave Nolan who underwent a surgical operation at St Josephs Infirmary is Improving eadily Genial Jerry Quill of the Clifton substation who lies been ill the past four weeks Jis now some what better and pronounced out of danger rf i I T x I ENTUOKY RIS A1VIERIQAN NNNi Nl N1 NlN NONt NlNNi iNNN rGRAN W SMITHS SON 1 AL S SMITH PROPii Funeral Director and Embalmer iBOTH PHONES 810 i809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 4i THOMAS KEENANF- uneral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 jMECNEBARREITSNDS 39 ly l FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 822 mast Main Street DOUGHERTY McELLIOlT 1 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONE lCumb Main 2908n Homo City 2008 S I 11 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 1o 1 I I 1 I I 1 1 I I I 1001 I I 1 1 1 1 IiI S 1 I z OL- DFORTUNArsoURsoivr+ THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO lUOORPOIlATKD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS 411 q i + 1nII1olll i 1111111111111111 lf no z111 fsHo FIND WINKS CHAMPAGNES AL K1QLB323 West Graven Street LIQUORS CIGARS 1HnII 1 1 II 01 1 I 1 1 H II I r 1 I I 11 I I 1 Jut S 11 1 11 oMooJo1 1 11 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky Ill BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses IieleotroPafEtc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Planes 223 HERRMANN BROS IMPOkTKES FINE WINES AND LIQUORSi Distillers and Wholesale Deal MS in Finect Braids of Kea tacky WhUklN especially Pearl of Nelson BOTLBD IN BOND releelNa144 514 SIXTH STKCET I CENTRAL FURNITURE CO e Incorporated N W CK ThW ifttf beet Sfc We furalsh the kome cam plate oq aay peysMte- WM CALLAINAN Mir ks It f 0- i All the lateand uw Styles and Shapes prlceaCaltJ1d 81n year toys ax daostloa that will 1I9JI8 togas for lira ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 114 If BrocAway ijosiarrtlle JCy Conducted by the XaverUa Brotherai Cluwleal Seletlfle and Bailnen Courses Preparatory Department Large wliamlBK Pool Well Bgalppefi1 OymaA tim Trna iCoderm a Bro James Dtr NOT BY CAsEY The case concerned a will and fCasey was called as a witness Was the deceased in the habit of talking to himself when he was alone asked the lawyer I deny know said Casey Come come you dont know and yet you pretend that you were 11saidWell sir said Casey I never happened to be with him when he was aloneITheaTer height of women AM I oreaHdfTomoneto two inehea during tblaet generation I FOR ALL Senator Knnsilcll Scelts Effective and Uniform Ban For Divorce Urges an Amendment to Make Remarriage Forever Illegal Points Out the Nations Dan ger Froni This Growing Evil RADICAL CURE IS NECESSARY Divorce with the right to remarry would be prohibited forever In the United States and In all places under the nations Jurisdiction by an amendment to the Federal constitu tion proposed In the Senate on Wednesday by Senator Ransdell of Louisiana Enactment of uniform marriage laws for all States and Territories with provisions for sep aration without permission to remarry would be directed by the amendmentWith States of the Union granting more than twice as many divorces as all the rest of Christen dom combined Senator nansdoll told his colleagues that the time had come for the nation itself to put down this menace to the chief bulwark of society the homethe maker 6f good citizens and the model on which every wise Government is foundedThe remedy by constitutional prohibition Is drastic said the Sen ator but the malady Is so fatal that nothing short of It will prove efficacious In the United States divorce Is spreading with alarming rapidity It has permeated every walk of life and Is prevalent among every class of people The total number of divorces granted In 1867 was 9937 or twentyseven per 100000 population Forty years later In 1906 there were 72062 divorces or eightysix per 100000 thus in actual numbers there were more than seven times as many di vorces granted In 190G as In 1867 or allowing for the Increased population divorce had Increased 319 per cent If divorces multiply at the same rate In the future as In the past and there Is every Indication that they will Increase faster then be fore the middle of this century we will have annually In the United States 275 divorces per 100000 population or one divorce for every five marriages If the United States wore to write In the constitution an amendment prohibiting absolute divorce It would not be taking such a radical step as might at first be thought but would be following a beaten nath Our own State of South Carolinaall ionor to her forbids divorce Itls absolutely pro hibited In Italy Spain and to two thirds of the population of Austria Hungary while the LatinAmerican countries of Mexico Argentine Republic Brazil Peru Chile and others have similar laws While many excellent people are divorced and some of them make new homes the inevitable trend of divorce is to break up many more homes than it builds up and materially to reduce the number of children When mar riage Is dissolved the true home ceases to exist the parents and the children are separated and the sweet ties that bind father and mother to their offspring and to each other are broken forever Senator Ransdell is a Catholic and has given much study to the divorce question and the law he proposes Is lone that all Christian men and women should strive to have put on the statute books of every State PROVERBS OF WOMANKIND Womans tongue Js her sword which she never lets rust A good woman is the loveliest hetCyenWoman ad miration of everybody but the hap piness of one The most precious Jewel taken from natures casket for the orna mentation and happiness of man is womanWithout women the beginning of our life would be helpless the mid dle devoid of pleasure and the end without consolation BALL PLAYERS SEE POPE The New York Giants under the leadership of Manager John J McGraw and the Chicago White Sox with Owner Charles Comiskey and Manager James J Callahan who have been on a roundtheworld tour will be received in audience by His Holiness Pope Plus X next Tuesday and will play an exhibition game in the Rome Stadium There are fiftysix people in the party in cluding hall players newspaper men trainers and others and are expected to land in New York the latter part of this month VISITED IRISH CONVENT In Buenos Aires ex Presldent Theodoro Roosevelt visited the Irish Convent of the Holy Cross where he addressed the Sisters and inspected parts of the building Col Roosevelt was received by Rev Father Fiddle Stone the eminent Passlonlst who was a Colonel on the Union side during the civil war VSVfi MOST WIRE The telephone wires of the United States are long enough to make fifty lines to the moon IOURE FOR COLD cold anoften be IAnIPIPletr ten or twenty breaths In the open air or at In open window The breath attest be drawn through the 1100000TertIlowlUn the Jlungs are I filled held a second and exhaled slowly till the lungs are emptied CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING The Central Committee Catholic Knights of America will meet next Friday night in St Johns Hall Clay I and Walnut and a large attendance is expected Matters of general interest will receive consideration the Entertainment Committee will report the result of the successful novelty euchre and important communications will be made President Ben Kruse has done much to arouse en thusiasm In the work of the committee and Invites all Knights to the meeting VINCENTIANS The Particular Council of the St Vincent do Pauls Society of this city has been called to meet Monday night in the hall of the Knights of Columbus when a successor to the late President J J Caffrey will be elected Those who comprise the local Particular Council are the Spiritual Director the officers and the Presidents of the twentytwo conferences INVITE THE PUBLIC Unity Council Y M I of New Albany will throw open Its doors to the public next Tuesday night when the officers and members Invite all who desire to visit and inspect the new annex and gymnasium Just com pleted at a cost of 5000 Unitys club house Is located at 805 East High street and is one of the best equipped In Indiana CATHOLIC FEDERATION The regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Federation will be held next Thursday night at the Catholic Womans Club President Ganz re quests the presence of all delegates the business coming before the body being both interesting and important The Executive Committee will also be announced WASHINGTONIAN EUCHRE The Young Ladles Sodality of St Patricks church will entertain with a euchre and lotto on Monday even Ing February 16 In St Patricks Hall Thirteenth and Market streets the games to begin at 8 oclock TAKES COLUMBUS DRum Mrs Mary Sullivan of Columbus Ind has announced the engagement of her attractive and popular daugh ter Miss Pearl Sullivan and OHle W Fuller of Louisville The lucky groom Is Superintendent of the Falls City Woolen Mills The wed ding will take place this month INVITE CITY COUNCIL The New Albany City Council has accepted the Invitation and will at tend in a body the public opening of the new club house of Unity Council Y M I next Tuesday night Unitys new hornets at 805 East Main street and all who attend will be welcome- TEFFEiSONYiLTE Next Wednesday evening the Monica Club of Jeffersonville will entertain with a card party in Spelths Hall for which many prizes have been donated This club is composed of sodality girls of St Augustines parish who hope to score a social and financial success j The proceeds go to swell the fund fqr the erection of a new parochial school INTERRED AT FRANKFORT rrhe remains of John Downey Who died last week in St Louis arrived in Frankfort his former home for interment Saturday morn ing Besides his mother Mrs M J Downey he is survived by three sisters Mrs Pot OBrien Mrs Tay lor Kirby and Miss Annette Downey and two brothers Pat T and Chris Downey TRACY FOR CORONER John E Tracy of Jeffersonvllle the well known undertaker has an nounced as a candidate for Coroner of Clark county Ind subject to action of the Democratic party the primary election to take place March 6 1914- WILFRED WARD LECTURES Wilfred Ward editor of tho Dub lin Review addressed the students of Notre Dame University last Satur day morning on the life of the four great Cardinals After his address he was accompanied by Father Charles Z ODonnell to Chicago where he Ilectured at the University Club in the evening RECEIVES BISHOPS That Pope Plus is in excellent health seems apparent by an invi tation received by the Right Rev Thomas D Beaven Bishop of Springfield Mass to oe received In private audience Saturday morning and also by notifications delivered to the Right Rev L S Walsh Bishop of Portland Maine and the Right Rev J J Rice Bishop of Burlington Vt that His Holiness would soon receive them ROSARIES RESTORED Archbishop Seton of New Jersey who has lived In Rome for years I during a recent audience with the Pope asked tho Pontiff to bless again two rosaries belonging to Lucy Dahlgren daughter of Mrs Drexel I Dahlgren The rosaries were originally blessed years ago but were DecemIberjI II but thought that their theft had diminished the efficacy of the or iginal blessing and hence through the offices of Archbishop Seton the I I Pope blessed them again jI NOVENA TO ST PATRICK The third annual novena in honor I of St Patrick will begin in St Pat rick church Rome March 8 closing on the 17th The object of novena In which Irish Catbolics theII world over are asked to Join ii the preservation of the faith among the children of St Patrick at home and abroad III 1 UPLIFTING The Work That the Sisters of the Good Shepherd Are Doing Raise Up and Comfortaiul Love the Erring OUCH of Humanity Impressions Made On Corres pondent While Visiting Their Home BLUr OUT THE TERRIBLE PAST Your correspondent recently had occasion to visit the House of the Good Shepherd In New York City and had ample opportunity of noting tho work of mercy being done with out flourish of trumpets by the good Sisters of the Good Shepherd The work of these noble women many of them being qf gentle birth is practically unknown to the outside world The objects of the order of Good Shepherd nuns are to extend succour to the needy to preserve purity In these entrusted in their care and to win back to virtue the forlorn ones who have unhappily lapsed from the path of rectitude In addition to the ordinary vows of religion the nuns of this congrega tion take a fourth which is to labor for the salvation of souls to wipe away the tears of sorrow from the sinsmirched spirit and to bind up the broken and wounded heart It is very edifying and beautiful to mark the tenderness with which the Sisters speak of their charges They are not penitents there is never a hint of opprobrium flung at them they are children children always and children regarded with all the gentleness and affection of the big maternal hearts of the mothers raised up by the church to minister to the wants of her little erring ones Some of them says the rev erend mother emlllng are old enough to be our grandmothers but they are children none the less and It Is beautiful to see how truly childlike many of them are once they begin to look up out of their slough of despair We do not call our home a retugethe word is too cold and Inhospitable It Is a home pure and simple where we strive to make the atmosphere as happy as possible for our charges and where every encouragement is given them to forget the past and to look forward to the future with brave and confident hearts The greatest privacy IE exercised with regard to the affairs of the in mates and once they have placed themselves In charge of the nuns the past the terrible past out of which they have emerged to this haven of peace and security to this shelter Warm with human love and divine compassion is never spoken of It Is a dead thing so far as the Sisters are concerned gone with the yester days to which it belonged- A visit to such an Institution as New Yorks House of the Good Shepherd is not soon forgotten It Is impossible to contemplate with out wonder and the profoundest admiration the enormity of the bur dens financial and otherwise these heroic women delicately reared and highly cultured are willing nay eager to shoulder for the sake of their suffering sistersthose frail sisters the victims of intemperance or passion who find within this shelter the warmth and tenderness denied them in the world Who can doubt glancing at the serene faces beaming fcrth with cheerful glad ness that their wonderful abnega tion of self their putting aside of all the soft and desirable things of life their tranquil contemplation of long drawnout days spent in an Increasing round of duties has its inspiration in a divine foundation head and is divinely sustained Somehow you can not help thinking that for these women purer than the virginal lilies adorning the altar in their convent chapel who can stoop down from the eminence of their own sanctity to lift up and comfort and love the erring ones of humanity a glorious inheritance is being laid tip in highest heaven Than the foregoing no better de scription could be written of the two houses of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd in Louisville who have been doing a noble work here for many years and have been the means of saving many thousands of women both black and white from perdition These good Sisters care for the white women In the convent on Bank street while the convent at Eighth and Madison is now de voted to the colored people HELL COSTS MOST Sir Thomas More the great Cath olic Chancellor of England used to say that many a man buyeth hell with so much pain that he might have heaven with less than onehalf LATEST IN STYLES The gown that is shirtwalsted in the back has gone out of fashion Hats with flower trimmings and manyIvelvet hats the 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713715 SOUTH I VDNTHSTRKETTot- eflsmnCu1I 1L Na S SIN l HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pat Weckeaeneral- News Notes We congratulate Division 3 on its purchase ofa site for a home The Ladles Auxiliary numbers eight divisions In Minneapolis The Ancient Order will have a great St Patricks day parade In In dianapolisDivision 1 did splendidly the past year in caring for members who were sick Every member owes it to his divis ion to attend at least one meeting each month All members of Division 3 are urged to attend the special meeting Monday night Syracuse Hibernians will observe St Patricks day with a parade of all the divisions in the county Last Sunday everywhere the La dies Auxiliary honored their patron St Brlgld the Mary of Erin Division 1 of Now Orleans is de lighted to have Rev Father Simon Donovan again named for chaplain The division at Tacoma Wash was given first place at the dedica tion of the Sacred Heart church thereDivision 4 meets Monday night There should be a good attendance as the proceedings will Interest the membersState Secretary Donahue speaking at Syracuse says the order In the Empire State is In a flourishing conditionOmaha Hibernians closeS their winter social season Tuesday night with a card and dancing party for all their friends With Rev W J Ryan as Chaplain and J H Barr as President this should be a notable year for Division 5 of New Orleans- Philadelphia Hlbernfans are plan ning a monster St Patricks day parade when they hope to have 60000 men in line Division 4 continues to move along steadily and the prediction Is made that it will one day occupy a building of Its own Division 3 of Exeter N H gave a euccessful minstrel show with a mixed company of sixty under direc tion of Miss Nellie Sheehan Division 2 had a rousing meeting Thursday night The members are determined to double their number before the State convention With the officers now djrecting affairs this should be the banner year for the Hibernians of Louisville Every Irish Catholic should become a memberThe Auxiliary of Syracuse had an elaborate banquet at the Hotel Jefferson in honor of the feast day of St Brlgld followed by a fine literary and musical programme The Opera House at Clontarf Minn was filled to overflowing when National President Began and State President Doyle visited the Hibernian there last Week Rev FatheryJtenny presidedl Prof Michael Rohan of lifer = quette University Inaugurated the winter lecture series for the Mil waukee Hibernians before a large audience The next will be delivered by Rev Father Fltzmaurlce of Ap pletonRev James Aherne heads the South Omaha Hibernian committee arranging for the observance of St Patricks day Inspired by good news from Ireland the committee has determined to make this celebra tion excel all others When the division and auxiliary of Westerly R I held their joint Installation Mrs Katherine Shea and Miss B Farrell were presented handsome tokens having served three terms as President and six on the Entertainment Committee SITE FOR HOME Division 3 A O H had a veryII enthusiastic and well attended Ing Monday night when the long cherished hope of the members a home for the division was realized Announcement was made of the purchase of the building and lot 673x210 test at Eighteenth and Portland the committee being al ready at work on plans for remodel- Ing and furnishing the home For the purpose of perfecting their plans a special meeting has been called for Monday night and President Maloney calls upon every member to be presentDeep heartfelt sympathy was expressed over the death of Michael Sheehan the first President and a charter member of the division President Maloney obligated one candidate and received another ap plication iRegret was felt when three members were reported sick the first for some time past An In vitation was accepted to the motion picture and amateur performance to be given by the Hibernian Social Club at the Norman Theater Twen tyfirst and Portland next Tuesday night An enjoyable smoker fol lowed the meeting and those who did not smoke drank coca cola GAYETY THEATER lOfflcer C66 will be the attrac tion next week at the Gayety Theater This is one of the most pleasing comedies that will be seen here this season During the three acts of the play there is not one dull moment and as the entanglement becomes more and more mysterious the situations become screamingly funny There is also a love story which holds the plot together The usual matinees will be given MAJDIOTH BENEFIT The last entertainment before Lent will be the mammoth euchre and lotto party and splendid chicken supper to be given by the congrega tion of St Vincent de Pauls church In the new school hall at Shelby and Oak streets on Tuesday afternoon and evening February 24 A coffee social will also M a feature of the entertainment the morning being for the children Play will begin at 2111 the afternoon and 8 Iin the evening The proceeds will be for the school debt which Father Mpl8 JIt Jut fefticintil L 13 SOC1ET DIRECTORY rAa r x- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PrcsldentrThomos Tarpy i Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter CuslckFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatrArms Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will tams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President G J Ford Vlco President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T IoaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hess Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher I Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rollSentinelM J McDermott Y I MAOKIK COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ien neySecond Vice President Fred Schuler Recording Secretary John R BarryFinancial SecretaryWill Cassin Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Joe Keane Inside SentinelWilliam Schott Outsfde Sentinel F E Gratzer Executive Committee Fran Adams Charles Raidy William Link AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable e Events in the Catholic His 1 t America4p By James A Rooney February 8 1906 His Eminence William Cardinal OConnell named Coadjutor Archbishop of Boston i born at Lowell Mass December 8 1869 ordained June 8 1884 PortlandMainePapal envoy to Japan in interest of the church and decorated byI Mikado 1906 succeeded to see of Boston August 30 1907 createdd- I Cardinal November 30 1911 I February 9 1857 Charles J OMal ley versatile Catholic poet ami writer born win Kentucky editor of the Midland Review of Louis ville the Catholic Sun of Syracuse and the New World Chicago in which position he died March 26 1910 February 10 1714 Death In Paris at the age of eightyone of Fathe- John de Lambervllle S J earl missionary and physician to the Onondaga Iroquois in 1687 hand his brother Father James were the only priests In New York State I February 11 1822 Theodore OHara born at Danville Ky son of an Irish political exile Catholic editor diplomat and officer In the Mexican and civil wars author of The Bivouac of the Dead writ ten when Kentucky brought back the remains of her sons who fell In Mexican war for burial at Frankfort died June 6 1867 February 12 1842 Baptism in St Johns church Philadelphia of Dr John Delavue Bryant convert physician poet author and edu cater born in Philadelphia 1811 died 1877 volunteer physician in yellow fever epidemic ot 1855 editor Catholic Herald author of the once well known epic poem The Redemption and other works I February 13 1836 Diocese pf Mon treal which up to that time had been a part of the diocese of Que bee established by Pope Gregory XVI with the Right Rev John James Lartlgue who had been consecrated Bishop of Telmessa in 1821 as first Bishop I February 14 1571 Father Luis de Quiros S J and Brothers Soils and Mendez murdered at Axaca Va by Indians through treachery fpur days later were martyred Father Segura Vice Provincial of the Jesuits and six lay brothers they were all part of the second expedition sent to Virginia from Florida by Oov Menendez the previous PETER yelrII Peter W Collins who Is now en gaged jn a tlonwide educational campaign against Socialism under the auspices of the Supreme Council of the Knights of Columbus will appear in Louisville on Sunday April 19 Th lecture will bo free to the public fcq chargo of any kind being made for admission Mr Collins HB a Areat reputation and- xben hthl city lie will be reed by ajfremenitotu audience 9rLouUrUfir Knights will have harseot a t Arrangements t r IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Patrick Hopkins was unanimously appointed rate collector for the Qlenislnnd district of Mayo by the County Council The death of Michael OConnell of Port In his 100th year removes another remarkable centenarian I from West LImerick The Volunteers of Tralee made a splendid start on January 4 when I over two hundred men assembled for drill at the Sportsfield grounds There was no criminal business for disposal at the Crown Sessions for the City of Derry and Judge Todd was presented with a pair of white gloves Much regret Is felt In Carrlckon Sulr and district at the death at the advanced age of eightyeight of Mrs Margaret M Hyland widow of the late Patrick Hyland The Local Government Board has sanctioned a loan of 20000 to the Monaghan Urban Council for the purpose of providing houses for the working people of the town T OConnor formerly Chairman of the Dungarvan Urban Council and known familiarly as the Grand Old Man of the town has passed away In his ninetysecond year Rev F McKcirnan presided at a meeting in Bellyconnell Town Hall when a managing committee was ap pointed in connection with an elec tric lighting scheme for the town The old Fenian spirit Is again animating the men of Iveragh Four hundred volunteers were enrolled at an enthusiastic meeting in Cahir oiveen Rev M Hayes of Limerick has been appointed to the curacy of Newcastle West in succession to Rev J Reeves appointed pastor at Cratloe TThe dead body of Frank Deely a farmer of Birr was found in a pool adjacent to his house A Coroners Jury returned a verdict of accidental drowningThe A Knox Molony of Feakle County Clare left personal estate valued at 56000 a consid erable part of which was bequeathed to hospitalsAt of the Klllaloe Mag istrates Michael Scanlon was elected Petty Sessions Clerk by six votes toI five polled for Michael Hnnnlfan There were ten candidates The laying of the foundation stone of the now Catholic hall for Bainbridge was carried out in the presence of a large crowd The ceremony was performed by the Rev Rooneyk P J Coady of Kllmessan has been appointed a Magistrate for County Month Coady is a member of the Dunshaughlin Rural District Council the Guardians and the Trim Joint School Board The Volunteer movement is mak ling rapid progress throughout Leitrlm In Drumahalre there is a corps of 150 strong and In other centers the young men are enrolling themselves In the army of freedom The death occurred of Rev J Hartley of New Ross In his forty ninth year Father Hartley who had been in failing health for some i time was brother of Rev E Hart ley of Clongeen and one of his sisters a Presentation nun died over a year ago Judge Doyle at Loughrea Quarter Sessions gave a decree for 100 In a suit brought by the local Guardians against M H Burke of Ballydug gan for evicting Thomas Fahy a I herd In his employment without serving the statutory notice on the relieving officer I I SYMPATiIYIUpon the announcement of his demise a committee composed of the officers John M Maloney Matt J OBrien tlohn P Price and John memorialr ofydent and one of the founders of Division 3 A 0 H High tribute was paid his memory before the following was silently passed- I Whereas It has pleased the Almighty to remove from our midst by death our friend and brother and first President Michael J Sheehan a faithful member of Division No3 Ancient Order of Hibernians there ItResolved That we offer to his bereaved family and mourning friends over whqm sorrow bas hung her sable mantle the heartfelt condolence and sincere sympathy of the members of Division No3 and be It further Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be presented to the family of our deceased brother and to the Kentucky Irish American for publication as well as spread upon our minutesNATIONAL THEATER INATIONATJ Another meritorious bill is prom lsed by the National Theater for the coming week The headliner will be Richard the Great the super educated chimpanzee who will ap pear here for the first time The Alexander Basy troupe will also prove a welcome attraction and Gene and Kathryn King will be very pleasing Other features will be the Telegraph Four and the Cage of offeringthatat all performances ANOTHER CARDINAL CALLED Cardinal Oaslmlr Gennarl Prefect CouncilIlast two months the others being Cardinal Dragila and Cardinal Ram polla Cardinal Gennarl was born at Maratea on December 29 1839 He was created and proclaimed on April 15 1901 There are now six l Coliege at an early date is thought to be necessary The report repeatedly circulated that the consistory bas- llteft elated owing to the III h alti of the Pope to emphatically denied at the Vatican c IIIHII II U II UUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII E 114 I U It U II BAC N SO INCORPORATED WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS 45cIFor a 795 Article How was this you are no doubt asking yourself We will tell The customer priced an article It was 795 The customer had 3 full books of Surety Coupons She gave 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