You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Kentucky Irish American: n. Saturday, February 21, 1914. Kentucky Irish American. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins, Louisville, KY 1914 kec1914022101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: n. Saturday, February 21, 1914. Kentucky Irish American. William M. Higgins, Louisville, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Yr PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second tad Brecklnrldge I XXXII NO 8 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 21 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS II= MENACE Pleads Guilty to Being Circu- lator of Fake K of CIOath J T Poor Comfort For Dupes Who Were Arraigned Before Philadelphia Court Louisville Distributors Probably Feel Cheap For Being Taken In- FROMEXTRACTS THE fAKE Catholics of this section will re member that a bogus Knights of Columbus oath was distributed pretty freely during the last camI atpatgnkind some were credulous enough to believe It authentic in spite of the fact that some of the sections were absurd one of tho copies being In this office Tho following Is an ex tract from the supposed oath That I will provide myself with bearmsin readiness when the word Is passed or I am commanded to defend the church either as an Indi vidual or with the militia of the Pope declareIthat I will have no opinion or will of my own or any mental reserva tion whatsoever even as a corpse or cadaver but will unhesitatingly obey each and every command that I may receive from my superiors In the militia of the Pope and Jesus I ChristIdo further promise and declare that I will when opportunity pre w- allsecretlyhbrotics Protestants and Masons as I am directed to do to extirpate them from the face of the whole neitheragewill hang burn waste boll flay strangle and bury alive these In famous heretics rip up the stomachs and wombs of their women and crush their Infants heads against the walls In order to annihilate their execrable race That when the same can not be done openly I will secretly use the poisonous cup the strangulation cord the steel of the Poniard the leaden bullet regard less of the honor rank dignity or authority of the persons whatever may be their condition in life either public or private as I at any time may be directed so to do by any agents of the Pope or Superior of the Brotherhood of the Holy Father of the Society of Jesuits The above is only a sample of similar rot contained In the bogus oath and which Charles Megonegal a printer and Clarence H Stage a barber both of Philadelphia pleaded guilty of circulating after being Indicted by the grand jury both acknowledging that they re ceived their matter from the Menace Their attorney Leroy H King wrote to the Menace and asked for proof of the alleged K C oath intimating that the proper information would clear his clients as the prosecution charged that there was no oath taken In any of the degrees Here Is the Menaces answer Office of the Menace Rev Theo C Walker Editor Marvin Drown Associate Editor Mr Leroy H King- Philadelphia Pa Dear Sir Replying to your letter wo wish to state that we are not in possession of any ritual and secret work of tho Knights of Columbus but we believe we are in a fair way to get It and the statement In a recent Issue of the Menace which led you to believe that we had it in our possession while somewhat of a bluff on our part was based on the fact that wo know It can be had You will note that we printed In our No 99 the ritual and secret work of the Hibernians and we are positive that It is authentic The alleged oath which your clients in Philadelphia wore arrested for distributing was circulated in prac tically every State during the last campaign and the demand upon us for this document was something great and we had received copies of them from so many sources we sim ply printed and handled them as we would any other Job of printing to supply the demand and while wo have no apologies to make for so doing we do not have any evidence that the oath Is the one which is taken by members of the Knights of ColumbusWe sure that It would be folly for you to undertake to base your defense on the authenticity of documentWe some of the officials are claiming that it Is not an oath hound order which of course Is a subterfuge and untrue You can depend on them resorting to any method which they can contrive to bluff away their critics and it they are so bent on vindicating them selves why not ask that they present in court the obligations wblch they dp take This would be the quickest way Jo clear up the matter in the miiida of the people We are filing your letter and will boon the lookout for anything which will aid In the defense of these men trrprting that thin wlll be satisfactory we beg to remain rol1Blncerely fibs Menace Publishing Co- Aurorav Ho- KfM tf Tie bore iaUfemont of the Men acetbet it vovlt rbct folly t Jrr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME attempt to prove the oath must have certainly1 been comforting to the dupes who were arresFed for circulating the bogus oath and which the Menace confesses they printed copies of for nearly every State tho demand being great as they state but failed to add what a nice wad they reaped off the suckers and A P A lodges which paid out good money for counterfeit fakes CENTRAL COMMITTEE Much enthusiasm prevailed at the monthly meeting of the Central Committee Catholic Knights of America which was well attended despite the heavy snowstorm that prevailed This was very gratifying to President Ben Kruso and the of Icers all of whom answered the roll call Secretary Henry Schulten read his first minutes which were full and well written and elicited much praise Treasurer Charles Ialk and the Entertainment Com mittee reported that the novelty euchre and lotto party had proved Il success beyond expectation and that there was a widespread demand for another after Easter Reports from the branches showed that several had received additional appli atlons and would soon issue new certificates State Treasurer H A Veeneman announced that tho Ex tension Committee was planning an active campaign and would soon have ready their programme and suggestions for the branches Two Important matters were discussed and favorable action taken upon the annual excursion and the publication if a revised membership directory the latter being referred to a special committee composed of Oscar Maler Vllliam M Higgins and Harry Veeneman After earnest talks by President Ben Kruse Col J P Mc Ginn and others there was a short social session that was a surprise and afforded much enjoyment When the committee meets again next month the banner and other pdra phernalla will be placed in St Johns Hall thus adding to its attractiveness as a headquarters for he Catholic Knights FOR EMMETS DAY Division 1 A 0 H will again this year perpetuate the memory of Irelands martyr patriot Robert Emmet on the night of March 3 at Falls City Hall Attention was jailed to the near approach of the Emmet anniversary by Daniel Mc Carthy at the meeting held Tuesday night his words arousing a spirit of enthusiasm that resulted In Aa unanimous decision to hold a general meeting to which the Ladles Aux iliary and the six divisions of the inwltudThereI j the Hibernians and their relatives and friends will be welcome The programme will Include addresses by able speakers a number of vocal and Instrumental numbers and features that will make It a Jolly Irish night President Thomas Tarpy and Will lam M Higgins have charge of the arrangements and programme It was also decided that there would be no meeting on the night of St Patricks day March 17 President 1arpy presided over the meeting which was well attended and an nounced that there were no bills or claims against the division but that exTreasurer Thomas Lawler was still on the sick list The prospective purchase of homes by Divisions 3 and 4 met with expressions of favor upon all sides and promises of support DEEPJA MOURNED Miss Katherine Dowllng beloved daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter J fowling died Wednesday morning- at the family home 123 East Breck nrldge street following a brief illness borne with fortitude and resignation She was born In this cltty tWentythree years ago and besides her parents she leaves four sisters for whom there is widespread and heartfelt sympathy The death of I MIss Dowling removes one of the I citys most respected and lovable young women a young lady whose noble character had endeared her to lundredsi and gained for her the friendship of all with whom she came in contact Previous to her illness the deceased was prominent tn social circles of the city and her demise will be deeply mourned The funeral was held Friday morning from St Mary Magdalens church with requiem mass when the words spoken brought consolation to those who are left to mourn EUCHRE LOTTO SUPPER The euchre andllotto which was to have been given on Friday Feb ruary 13 for the benefit of StI Columbas building fund had to be postponed on account of the disagreeable weather on that date As all preparations had been made and as the ladles of St Columbas have a farge number of elegant prizes on hand they have decided to dispose of them on next Monday February 23 when euchre and lotto games will be conducted in St Columbas school Thirtyfifth and Market both afternoon and night and a nice warm supper will be served The ladies Invite their numerous friends to assist them on this occasion In getting even with the ground hog who proved to their hoodoo on Fri day the thirteenth REPEAT PERFORMANCE The Hibernian Social Club will present motion pictures vaudevllli and amateurs next Tuesday evening at the Norman Theater Twentyfirst and Portland avenue the first per fprmaace at 630 and the momda performance at 8 o deck This 1le repetition of the recent euttertatnt meat given bjr fhfc popular orgaalsa tlont when hundreds were ttirne d I away 1 NO HOLD UP Secretary Tumulty Given High Praise In Letter to I PrcscottIII The Religious Prejudice Charge Is Scouted by President Wilson Writes Protestant Editor Tint Tale Is Absurdly and Utterly False IUGHT NOW TO BE SATISFIED For some time past there has been circulated In certain bigoted and narrowminded circles charges that reflect upon President Woodrow Wilson and Secretary Tumulty While they were given no credence by sensible people they were annoy- Ing for the reason that they were cal ulated to create ill feeling and stir religious strife It is therefore with pleasure that good people will read the letter of W W Prescott editor of a Protestant magazine and the Presidents reply thereto which should set the foul lies at rest They are given In the Associated Press dispatches of Wednesday which we reproduce in full In a letter to W W Prescott editor of the Protestant Magazine published here President Wilson has denied emphatically that his cor respondence is handled with religious prejudice by his Secretary Joseph Po Tumulty The correspond ence made public today by the magazine follows The President Washington D C January IB 1914Slr I learn from personal InterVelws and cor respondence that there Is a widespread feeling among Protestants that it is practically Impossible for any communication relating to the activIties of the Roman Catholic church to reach you personally for the reason that all such letters are withheld from you by your Private Secretary Mr Tumulty It is unfortunate both for you and for the country that such an Impression prevails and that it seems to have some foundation sgbjectInsk for a statement from you whlcfb might be of service in restoring con fidence among some of the best citizens of this republic Any re ply however brief showing that this letter actually reached you would be a source of satisfaction Wren you were Governor of New Jersey I wrote you concerning some criticisms of your course in which you were charged with show Ing favoritism to the Roman Catholic church and your reply placed the matter In such a light that I did not deem It necessary to make any reference to the subject My desire Is to deal fairly with public men and hence this letter- Thanking you for any attention which you may give to my request II am yours verytrulyW Prescott The Presidents reply under date of January 19 1914 follows My Dear Sir Allow me to acknowledge the receipt of your let ter of January 15 and to thank you for your candor In writing me I beg leave to assure you that the impression that any part of my correspondence is withheld from me In any circumstances by my Secretary on account ot religious predilections on his part is absurdly and utterly false I venture to say that no President ever had more frank and satisfactory relations with his Secretary than I have with mine The whole of my Correspondence is con stantly open to me Mr Tumulty Is more prompt perhaps to call my at tention to matters in which his prejudice is supposed to be engaged than to other matters of relative IndifferencesOf I need hardly add that I am not speaking from an Im pression but from knowledge of just how my correspondence is handled Sincerely yours Woodrow Wilson CARDINAL GIBBONS As has been his custom for many years Cardinal Gibbons will go to New Orleans for his annual visit to the family of his brother John P GIbbons about March 1 He will be Accompanied by his former Chan cellor the Rev P C Gavan who was recently appointed as pastor of the Sacred Heart church at Washington D C The Cardinals visit this year will be attended by a Catholic celebration of unusual elabprateness the chief feature of which will be a lecture under the auspices of the Knights of Colum bus to be given by Father Gavan The lecture will be given on the subeject of The Conclave held for the election of the last Pope The proceeds ot the will go to the fund of the Catholic University and ot the Diocesan Seminary of Loulsiana Cardinal Gibbous and Archbishop Blentf will attend The Choral Society of the Knights will provide a musical programme CALLED TO RBWAHD News of the death at Cincinnati lof the Rev Father Philip Roth mann waa received here Saturday with exprwwJbiw of genuine sorrow rather Rothmann Kea born I- Lonbvilleflttrieereo nI yean apt retched ht early hereagon n A After leaving school here he at tended St Francis College at Cincinnati where ho was jdidalnod for the Franciscan orderlUl deceased was widely known asja ions and zealous priest but for severall years past his time had beenIar ely devoted to editing the St Anthonys Messenger and the St FrAnCisI Bote His funeral was held Tuesday In St qlnrJhnaUFatherttothmann Mrs J Buechner pf Louisville and a broths A RothmSnh of Bloom ington IllIi a SEGREGATION e Ordinance as Introduced Should Be Agreeable j to All Races 4 fA J t uly Opposed fbyr v = NegroS Who Believe in Race Equality t Dr Gilbert Should Duplicate His Former Good AidcrmantcI Record WOOD AXTON CANT COME BACK In line with the remarks hereto fore published in the columns of the Kentucky Irish American was the amended segregation ordinance which was introduced on Wednesday evening In the lower board of the General Council it being a duplicate- of the one In force in Richmond Va where the same problem confronted the white residents The new measure Is fair In everyvway and is de signed to avoid conflict between the races and promote a general good feeling one of the sections providing that colored people can not move into a neighborhood which Is In habited by over 50 per cent white residents and the same to apply to whites moving Into a negro section Also persons building residences or halls shall be compelled to state whether they are Intending to rent the same to white or colored people Anyone of fair mind can see that this 1s the only practical solution of this question and Is bound to be approved and ot benefit to all Nor does It fiavor p persedution as the editor 6tftlfe local coloredl piper states when It compels the negro to live and movo among his own so ciety The only possible objectors to this ordinance are what Is known as the hightoned drakles composed of letter carriers chauffeurs waiters and bell hops who are not content to mingle with their own race one of the characteristics of this latter clues being shown In street cars and public conveyances when they will sit by a white woman or white per son even if tie rest of the seats are singly OQCupIed by their own race The cry of persecution sounds espe cially bad coming from the local negro Journal when this same sheet published photographs of Indiana negro firemen and sneeringly stated that this should be the case here The election of Dr R B Gilbert as Alderman to succeed Richard Hutchison deceased will give gen earl satisfaction as his record in a former board Is recommendation enough in addition to being a personal selection of Mayor Busche meyer The election of Dr Gilbert leaves a vacancy In the Board of Directors of the Waverloy Sanitarium and tho friends of Dr H E Mechllng thq well known local ath lete and Democrat are urging his claims for the appointment Dr Mechllng having made a study of the dread disease tuberculosis Being a believer In the old adage that to the early bird belongs the worm Dr Charles A Edelen Is endeavoring to land the position of jail physician the election for which does not take place until fall but Dr L P Spears the present incumbent claims lie has enough votes of the Fiscal Court to be reelected when the time comes Tim announcement in these col umns last week that Wood Axton would probably be the Progressive candidate for Congress against Con grepsman Sherely this fall created quite a little comment many wonder Ing that tho badly defeated candidate for Mayor would have the nerve to tackle the Sherley buzz saw which Is bound to put a permanent crimp In his political ambitions especially when It is remembered that defeated candidates like prize fighters rarely come back THEY MAY SELL Directors ot the Catholic Womans Club will meet Monday and decide Upon the sale of the club house on West Walnut street for which sevt oral offers have been made The Catholic Womens Club has been a home for working girls and sixt young women make It their home It Is boused In a threestory brick building west of Lledorkranz Hall The building was formerly occupied as the Wayerly lot but was purchased by the club about seven yearsI ago at a consideration said to have been about 20QOO FORT1 HOURS Tomorrow morning at the hlglI h1 HlnStPaUla church Jacksoi a and Kentucky streets the opening oj the Forty Hours Adoration will tawe place niarXed with solemn ceremony and continue u tJr Tuteeday Rei Father York the pastor WUlhT I the MiUtauce of a naoiber of vUttln clergymen a PARLIAMENT Finds Tories Amitting Drcnmof Irish Nationalists Will Bo Realized Debates Mark Enormous Advance For the Home Rule Cause 3 Orange Demands For Another General Election Out of Date I ADROIT EFFORT BY ASQUIFH I I I Lopdon Hon T P OCon 1From that from many points of debates of the first weekII of the new session ot Parliament Il mark an enormous advance for theII home rule cause The Tories byII confining themselves absolutely toII a demand for the exclusion ofIUlster practically have admitted I tho right of threefourths ot Ire 1 land to home rule and certainly that It must come Thus the whole t struggle Is entirely changed In charII acter and scope It Is no longer a struggle for home rule for Nation Rust Ireland for that is admittedly won It Is boiled down to what terms the Ministry and the Nationalists can offer to the small 1 section of Ireland which is covered by Ulster Orangementhat is tottt say to four counties out of thirty two It was known several days t before the meeting of Parliament Il that the Government leaders wereI carefully considering what attitude I to take toward the Orangemen on the first night of the session There was immense pressure on the Government I from many quarters to take the initiative in making new advances to the Tories There wasII strong pressure from King George who Is greatly worried by the pros pect of collision with any section of his subjects The Ministers felt it indispensable to make some announcement which would bring to the House of ColnII mons an atmosphere of less excite ment and more hopefulness as to final settlement Evidence ot thisI situation revealed Itself evenbeCoreI tynovelspeech which spoke at once of theI hopes and fears created by home rule in other words suggested that it would be equally impossible to disregard the hopes of Nationalist Ireland and the fears of Orange Ire land This paragruph wound up with the equally novel expression of hope that all parties would combine to reach a settlement Everybody knew that this paragraph represented not merely the cold omclal views of the Ministers but the warm personal desires of the King and that therefore there was Imposed on Asquith the duty of taking some step which would mark an advance by the Ministry toward the Tories in searching for a formula that would bring the parties together and produce a settlement by con sentAmong Liberals and Nationalists and among some of the Tories the prevailing opinion is that Asquith spoke with consummate dexterity that he accomplished much in even changing the whole atmosphere of tho House of Commons from one of fierce irreconcilability to hopeful expectation of final settlement and that such atmosphere was embar rassing to the firebrands and hot heads among the Orangemen who were doing their utmost to force on such disturbances In Ulster as would embarrass progress of tho home rule bill The Tories revealed at once signs of embarrassment which Asqulths bold announcement had created They were compelled to make the gigantic concession al ready mentioned namely that Na tionalist Ireland must have home rule while their demand for an other general election before the homo rule bill has passed Into law became but of date and was urged but halt heartedly and merely to keep up an official position Finally Asquiths declaration compelled them to limit their whole demand now to concessions to Orange Ulster As a matter of fact Asquiths whole feeling at present Is against exclusion In any shape or form and likewise the Premier Is against tho solution known as home rule within home rule but there again the Lib erals and Nationalists will refrain from forming any opinion as to such solution until it Is known what the general phase Implies There might be some rule within home rule which would be harmless and transient but there might be home rule within home rule which downyfor a long period u not forever on the necks of Ulster Nationalists the intolerable yoke of religious and personal persecution to which they have been subjected for three cen tortes This and this only then remains In the somewhat confused and un certain position namely what par ticular formula the Liberals and Nationalists can offer Until that Is settled there remains some uncer taints astQthe future course off events but fortunately Asquiths announcement In addition to lower ing the temperature and therefore producing a much more favorable i atmosphere to caDicQns1dul1t10I off I home r1i1ctttltRbT jjfre mosto violent opponent has aHkjclreo ti the Ministry and to the Irish partyII ample time for careful of every possible solution and aiI sincere and complete combination their forces on any formula they I may ultimately propose- FEDERATION PROCEEDINGS The Catholic Federation met on Thursday night of last week at the Catholic Womans Club but the heavy snowstorm was cause for many not being present While there was no really Important busl less tho proceedings were made interesting by the readings of Dr P J Ganz who expressed approval ot the policy of the Kentucky Irish American and returned thanks to Its publishers for their work for the Federation during the past year The draft of the new constitution accompanied by suggestions from Attorney L J Mackey was re ceived and will be presented for action at the next meeting A proposition to secure the films and pictures of tho great Federation parade in this city was referred to a special committee composed of Messrs John Doyle Jacob Hubbuch and Henry Vonderheide Rev Father OGrady of St Aloysius church who has consented to deliver an address at the March meet Hgwas present and expressed him self pleased to witness the spirit ex hibited and the business manner shown In conducting the affairs of the Federation The March meeting wIll be a general one and delegates and members of societies will Invite their friends to attend and hear Father OGrady CHERISHED HOPE REALIZED For years the Hibernians of Louis rllle have cherished the hope that one day they would own their own building and home and the Ken ucky Irish American has the agreeable privilege of announcing I the full realization of this most audable ambition To the enterprise and business acumen of Division 3 A O H Is the credit due and Hibernians and Irishmen will I rejoice over their success For some time past the home project has I been earnestly urged by the younger members of Division 3 with the result that on Wednesday the building and lot at Eighteenth and exItendingstreet was purchased and paid for by Sergeant John Maloney Presi dent of the division and exAlder man George J Butler Thomas Quinn and Charles Boyle In the name of the Ancient Order Upon the lot stands the old Baird home II large twostory brick which will beIeIJodeledand madelnto a first class club house and meeting place improvements will be made as soon as possible and In this Division 3 will have the support of the entire West End ST PATRICKS DAY The Committee of Arrangements representing the County Board A O H are busy preparing a splendid programme for the celebration of St Patricks day which takes place at Macau leys Theater on Sunday evening Mcrcb 15 end are being congratulated on securing Lieut Gov Edward J McDermott to de liver an address appropriate to the occasion In addition to the address there will be several musical num bers by sonic of the best local talent and picture scenes depleting Ireland of today which have never before been exhibited in this part of the country these pictures being se cured by the committee at a great expense and which are sure to make a big hit Reserved seats are now on sale mad can be secured from any of the lIpcal division officers or the committee which is composed of County President W J Connelly Thomas Keenan Daniel OKeefe John M Maloney and John J Barry BISHOP GUNN BETTER The news that the Right Rev John E Gunn Bishop of Natchez who has been Ill at New Orleans Is well enough to return to his dio cese In a few days will be hailed with joy not only by the people of Mississippi but by hundreds of friends throughout the United States and Europe where he is widely known On February 27 while the Bishop was ill at the Hotel DIeu there oc curred the twentyfourth anniversary of his ordination to the holy priest hood His Lordship was ordained In St Peters Rome in 1890 with an other young priest from England Immediately after his ordination he was presented to the Sovereign Pon tiff the late Illustrious Pope Leo XIII by the Duke of Norfolk who had come to Rome for the ordina tion Bishop Gunns career as a priest was a most remarkable one and the wisdom of Pope Plus X In elevating him to the episcopate In 1911 has been eminently justified in the noble record that he has made as Bishop of Natchez K OF 0 SMOKER Chairman Thomas W Tarpy pt the Entertainment Committee Knights of Columbus announces a smoker for the members at the meet ing next Wednesday eovnlng During the evening William A Link deliver a practical talk on the uses and benefits of electricity CLERICAL CHANGES As1Plandtown In tho Covjngton diocese as pastor of St Johns church to succeed Rev William Wheaty whore turns to his own dlocee of North Carolina The people of Si John will rejoice to have Father Cueact for their spiritual adviaer and pastor WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This OlUce Yoar 1 Next Order JUNIOR ORDER Glveu Setback In Their Promo tion of the Immigration Bit resident Wilson to Follow Pre cedent Set by Taft and Cleveland llltcrncy Predominant in Kentucky Section Which Has No Immigrants OPINIONS OF CONGRESSMEN The announcement this week that President Wilson would follow the precedent set by Presidents theImmigrationclause containing a literacy test came as a body blow to the Junior Order of United American Mechanics and other kindred A P A societies who have been busy deluging Con petitionsbill signed by those of the Juniors who were able to write the bill be- Ing known as the Burnett bill the author being Joseph L Burnett Congressman from the Seventh district of Alabama I onlyblinding that the majority of immigrants coming from Europe are Catholics- in whose stead they would sooner welcome the Fiji Islanders or some ither savage race and If they felt that there were enough bigots In Senate and House of Representatives they would have come out boldly tong before this and Instead of the literacy test clause they would have Inserted a section barring Catholics and Catholics alone regardless of their educational qualifications- For Instance take the State of Kentucky for example The Junior Order of United American Mechanics are very strong in the mountain sec Jon of Kentucky holding their last State convention in Jackson which Is a noted feud district and which contaIns practically no Immigrants whatever nor the State at large for that matter yet in a report made to the Legislaturelast week by 6tote educational authorities It was stated that the State ranked very low In education and had more than its quota of the illiterates In the country Now on the other hand New York State obtains more Immigrants than any other State in the Union and Is dlerctly opposed to the bill the following speech being made by + Representative Jacob Canter Democratic Congressman from New York City and former Chairman of the Committee on Congestion of Popula tion under Mayor Gaynor where he was given an opportunity to judge of the effects of immigration The majority of our Immigrants do not come for the purpose of lowering the standard of living said Mr Canter and I deny the statements made by the gentleman from Alabama The standards of civilization are as high in New York as they are anywhere In the coun try There has been no demand from New York for this bill Every newspaper In Now York Is agaInst- It If the purpose of this bill Were to alleviate conditions growing out of excessive immigration It would seem that large numbers of New York men would be In favor It I have received only one petition In favor of It- Representative James R Mann Republican Congressman from Chi cago and the House Republican leader also opposed the bill and saidI can not bring my conscience to the point where I believe I can judge the desirability of a foreigner com ing to our shores by his ability to read I do not believe that in this land of ours which Is held up as the hope of the oppressed everywhere t we can afford to say to the alien that no matter how Industrious he may be he can not be one of us unless he has reached the condition where he Is able to do the things which wo can not expect he has had a reasonable opportunity td learn to do In a foreign land The above expressions pretty near voice the opinion of all fairminded men and the determined stand of President Wilson will cause a weep ing and walling among the Junior Order boys when they realize that their smooth little plan to slap at the Catholics has gone astray leav lag them to go back to their steady occupation of promoting expriest lectures and the circulation of the Menace which has Just been exposed as a confessed bluffer and falsifier at Philadelphia as told In our columns today t GENERAL MEETING The California Club composed of members of the Y M I and others interested In the PanamaPaciflJ Fran ciscoLmeeting tomorrow afternoon at iMackln Council clubhouse on wen tyslxth street By JoiningI this clubvits members will be able to iiilveup money enough to make the trip by an easy method tm J HeqtaeMft ot Trinity Councllt Jis this live wire In this undertaking which will lii elude a specialtralaandetelrei at all points of Interestthroushont the Great West o ti ENIXUOKY XRI8H AME I AN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflNttv- ated to the Social aad Morel Aaaceueaeitet Irish Americas and Csthollc Officially Indorsed by Anclant Order ol Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CathoHc Knights of America KBKTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers I I INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc BoUrtd at ihi LtnliYltU PoittfHe u SMoodClu flutter Utttu all CoHBMlcitUM U tit KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Often St LOUISVILLE KySATURDAY FEBRUARY 211914I SHOULD PROTEST Since the publication In these columns last week of a communication relating to the distribution of the Menace Peril and other A P A literature by Edward M Hughes ia conductor on the C and O train Which runs between Louisville and Ashland the Kentucky Irish American has heard from many Catholic and nonCctholIca In regard to the pernicious activity of this Belt appointed A P A disseminator of antiCatholic literature to the patrons of a public service corporation of Which he is an agent and whoseI duties In the opinion of the general public should corislct in devoting his time to the care and comfort of the C and 0 patrons instead of promoting a campaign of rellgioui prejudice and hatred Lately to his stock of A P A literature Hughes has added a little pamphlet which rehashes that oft denied and proven falsehood of the assassinations ot Presidents Lincoln Garfield IlJ1d MoKlnley by Catholics our local A P A apostle not knowing or refusing to acknowledge that Boot was n Mason Gulteau a Second Adventist preacher and Czolgosz an anarchist with no religion But aside from this the C and 0 rail road as a common carrier and public servant can not and furthermon must not allow its Catholic patrons to be openly insulted and a unltet protest should be made immediatelj to the officials of the road It DEMANDS JUSTICE The San Francisco Leader de mftttdS justice for the memory of Commodore Jack Barry and tha his monument which will soon b erected In Washington be properlY Insccrlbed Urging prompt and decisive action the Leader sets forthI as reason the following Congressman James P Slayden ofI The members of the Barry Com mission could not find as I remember It sufficient historical suppor rthIhheth In namhig Commodore Barry as the Father of the American Navy thaj honor was claimed by others and to avoid controversy the commission decided upon the inscription last quoted Just who the others are who could with Justice be styled Father of the American Navy we would like to know One other has been set up for this honor John Paul Jones but Jones hai been proven to be a sailor ol fortune one whose serylces wer at the disposal of any govern ment that presented the proper Inducements There Is no other To John Barry first Commodore ot the American navy friend and co worker of the immortal Washington belongs by every right the title 01 Father of the American Navy We ask kind cooperation through out the United States in seeing that justice Is done In this instance to the memory of the illustrious Jack Barry WOMAN SUFFRAGE The woman suffragists of Ken tucky like those of Nebraska and other States are working hard InI order that woman suffrage may be submitted to the voters Like the reverend editor of the Omaha True Voice we have not yet been asked I to assist them And also like him i we ate Just as well satisfied that we were not Perhaps the women are too and so there is no ground for complaint Here are the views expressed by Father Gannon with whom but few will disagree Wo have nothlrig against woman suffrage but we bave never advo caleoMl enthusiastically The fant is we have never been able to place J much confidence in the roseate hopes of the suffragists for a new heaven on earth once they receive the right to vote They mean well no dpubt and there is plenty room for reform In the politics ofII the nation State and city In spite of several uireforxiwhvcs tjurlng the last few years politics in this country can not be paid to have improved much during the past twenty years The reformers have b ea little better tha tithdse tjiej started out to reform Thtere to little likelihood that the llrll conditionsl It would appear that ourdtiei at knit th Irlnffue hiII hbuidriake for a OiiniRution of saloon fU ai4 for ciaia r Qr eondKloM jfrt the hiary of tieJ I citfi ii w won baye yotad 1 J q ip for severall years docs not lead us Ito hope for much even In this respec Saloons were voted back in Denver where women have the ballot If all the good women voted and vote rightthen we might Indeed expect that a new era would dawn with the advent of woman suffrage But women are not greatly different from their husbands in this respect It is the indifference of the good men and women that permits the reign of evil to go unchecked- In the first flush of their en thuslasm for the ballot women may sweep aside many abuses that men have tolerated We hope they will But they will have to keep at thl good work unceasingly if they woulc accomplish any permanent reforms They ask for a heavy responsibility in asking for the ballot We fear that most of them are more concerned with getlng what they conceive to be their rights than with the burden they will assume whei n they get them EQUALITY Just now there is much talk III Louisville about equal rights amI equality of whites and blacks some wise and some very foolish ThisI subject was most intelligently treated in last weeks issue of the CincInnati Catholic Telegraph which says Wo are sometimes forced at lens for a time to think that the mlgun derstanding of the American idea of equality is responsible for much of the discontent everywhere prevalentI A great many people seem to Imagine that the spirit of the United States demands equality of eatinj and drinking clothing and housing leisure and pleasure on the part or the citizens whereas the constitu Lion of the country guarantee r simply equality before the law It Isnt a very rare sight to see n young man whose family was only a few years ago an object of public charity treating himself and his best girl to an elaborate supper atan expensive hot Lor restaurant after enjoying a twodollarSshow at a theater nor does he think the price of an occasional automobile ride beyond his deserts Other people have these pleasures why should not he This Is a land of equality It is almost common enough to be the rule for girls poor or in moderate circumstances to dress beyond their means in an attempt to clothe themselves in the style and richness of women of great wealth Everywhere this miserable strug gle for an equality that is impossible and would be undesirable It It were possible Is going on causing discontent envy and suffering We would not for a moment discourage reasonable effort on the part of the lowly to Improve their condition on the contrary we would wish to stimulate everyone to better hli position in the world but it Is really pitiable to witness the sordid futile efforts of some people to live beyond their resources There is after all very little quality in the world All of us are equal as human beings in the sight of God but before Him some of us ire saints and some are sinners 5Ve are all equal before the law or we should be But physically mentally and in many other ways it would be rash to say that any tW- ot us are equal We commend a careful perusal md study of the foregoing to those who are opposing proper regulation of the housing of the elements that would injure our best residence sections REPORTS THAT PLEASED From start to finish the meeting OIleasing to the JI ouncement was made of the death Joseph Lannan which was rec Idf ived with expressions of sincere rrow Before adjourning the of Icers and members extended to the ereaved family their most heart elt sympathy adopting a motion to visit the homo of the deceased uesday night to recite prayers for therevsl5of his soul The special Homo Committee had a very satisfactory report to mate In regard to collecting 8ubscTipUon for the home fund which hag at t med qift4 laVgefcro rtlpnsV I The ptedavorablYtwo additional p llcaUbns were re erred The Hibernian Social Clubs loving picture entertainment was very successfull the returns being Urprlsingly large Therefore th- ub annOunced another iBttrtaJa lent and amateur carnival1 for next yeeday evening at4 tM Normau heater hIcK it fcoged will itv- set in audi nes as large as ttia 1 PreVibfar obr 1 2JIMI6S Annie McGlll left this week for a trip to New York and the East Mrs Martin Broderick is home from a visit to friends at Bloomfield Miss Mary Breckel is home from Lebanon where she visited Mrs C JL Lutz Miss Mary Hunter Is In Shelb vllle the guest of Miss Elizabeth OLearyMiss Beulah OBryan who was the guest of friends in Owensboro has arrived homers Ed Drlscoll was the weekend guest of Mrs H G Carlisle Flora Heights Miss Katie Cummings spent th past week with friends near Bards town Junction Miss Mabel Canty has returned to New Haven after spending a week with relatives here Miss Margaret Hannan left Saturday for a visit 6f several weeks to friends In Indianapolis Miss Nellie C Finegan of South Sixth street is now able to be out after several weeks illness Miss iBeezIe Hannan and niece Miss Aleen Hannan left Wednesday for Virginia and New York Mrs Raymond Barrett was a recent visitor at Pewee Valley the guest of Mrs H H Anderson Miss Celia McManaman of May vllle is the guest of Mrs Nellie B Ewing of North Bayly avenue Mr and Mrs Thomas Brenna were among the Louisville poop spending the past week In New York City Sherley Cuniffe has been entertaining A Staller of the Mon gomery and Stone theatrical company Miss Anna Blanche Welsen has returned from Paducah and is vlsl lag her grandmother Mrs J K LeahyMiss Frances Corrigan Deer Park had as guests the latter part of lat week Misses Gladys Smith and Elsie Thierman Misses Frances and Clara Dono hue of Oakdale spent the weeken with Miss Liila Goodrich In the Bast End Miss Corinne Heffernan who hasl been ill for a week at her home on Spring street New Albany is now convalescent Misses Abbie and Katherine Elde have been spending the past weel at Nlcholasvllle visiting Mr am Mrs H L Elder Mrs James P Whnllen and Mrs John J Flynn of West Broadway leave today for a th ee weeks stay at Palm Beach Fla Miss Bee Price of New Haven has been spending the week her visiting her sisters Mrs Albert Dan and Mrs James Rapier Miss Mary G RIdge left Thursda afternoon for a three weeks stay 1In Indianapolis as the guest of her aunt Mrs Willis Williams Mrs Mary A Burke who reside with her cousin Martin A Conroy Is ill at his residence Seventh and Spring Streets JeKersonvllle John M Hennessy President ot Frinity Y M I Social Club has been confined to his home this palt week with an attack of tonsilltis Police Sergeant John Ridge says there is nothing in hoodoos since the arrival of a ninepound boy at hIs home last Friday the thirteenth Mrs W J Norton who has bee J11 at Sts Mary and Elizabeth HoB iltal for a month has returned tq her home 722 South Fifth street iMfss Mary Curran was host Saturday afternoon at theater box party followed by a luncheon at Kleins tor Misses Mabel and Louise Tucker Dr J J Moren and wife left last Friday to spend a month in Florida Mrs Moran has been in 111 healTt For pome time but Is now improving rapidly III The little girl arrival at the home of Mr and Mrs James E Hannon of Southern Heights was christened ilary Martha last Sunday at Holy Name church Mr and Mrs W L Specht have nnounced the engagement of their aughter Miss Emma Specht to T- G Brown The Wedding will take place In April e Misses Mary Agnes and Julia liven of Lebanon have returned ama after a delightful visit to their cousln Miss Abble D Chester of South First street Miss May Keyer and niece Miss uanltaKeyer and Miss Adeline Keyerleft Thursday for New Xr leans whore they will witness the lardl Gras festivities Mrs D J iHeffernan who has been ill with pneumonia at her home 2H16 West Chestnut streetj Isfnow convaleBcent to the delight otber family and friends William J lilacs returned Thurs ay morning from the South whefe he had been employed by the Rail pad Rate Q Mmlll loa in the Ifferent principal cities Leo IL SchulteH and bride who arE In Florida will visit Cube before turHlnj to LouisvIlle They will at home After April 1 Jin t1i M- new burigJlow 10Qp BarrlHger a- rejjulneidYajjter lJ ne ONE DOLLAR 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 Building I I O1V TRANSYLVANIAUansStar T I IiSEEIBY INGS i I i Lea Perrins i 73ciSmall bottles each23cMcln- hennys Tabasco Sauce A bottle 37c Moss Green Heart Tabasco SauceThe perfect seasoning a bottle 21c Jrif Kitchen Bouquet Tournades for coloring and flavoring soups a bottle 4 23c Colmans MustardImported 2ounce cans each lOc impound cans each 16c Vfcpound cans each 30c 1pound cans each 65c H STEWART DRY GOODS 4 cOPmtcTlmi WIThJANZS MCfY w = = =wwvivwvvvvwv www I T MR ANt MRS JOHN REILLY- Of Zane Street wHo celebrated Sixtietl Wedding Anniversary yesterday Twentyone grandchildren and five teal gamdcriildren present at reception Miss Eva Raldy left Wednesday for New Orleans to witness Mardi Gras festivities iFrom there they will go to Gulfport for a three weeks visit with relatives Mrs J F Gardiner her daughter MrsA J Meagher and Mrs Meaghers children left Wednesda evening West Texas where they will be guests of Mrs Gardneri sisters for next two months A dinner was given by Mr and Mrs Kenneth Blasius 1418 Culbert son aVenue New Albany which was enjoyed by Miss Virginia Taylor Mrs Mary A Boland Leo O Boland and Harry L Sweeney of Louisville James Thompson who has been in Florida for past two months birdslwrJtesnot to look him until they see h JmMrs Mary Lanahan entertained tnexfollowlng with a dance and a Dutch lunch at their home on Wood bourno avenue Mr and Mrs Martin Connelly W C Sell Fred Koehler Herman WInkler Misses Elizabeth Lanahan Ruth Lanahan Martlnle Connolly Marguerite Connelly Helen WInkler Mayme Conroy Messrs Harry Lanahan and Rudell Lsmahan 1 and Mrs Sam McCune enter04 talned with a Dutch supper and dance In honor of Mr and 1IrsI George Vonslck Those present were Messrs and Mesdames M Thotnberry J ONeal P Connaugh D McGratb S McCune J Pholan Misses Mary Louise Mc Cune Catherine Pholan Pease MC Grath Edna Mlnogue Kathleen Mc Cormact Mary B Connaughton I Eileen McCormac Minnie L CavaI uatigh Ethel Ol eaU Messrs Frank I Smith Edgar Brennan Jesse B I Vonslck s The wedding of MisS Cordelia Strobel to Charles F McDevltt tool WednesjIdI MbIIntyreI brother of the bride acting as atioi ttelndants Despite the Inclement weather a large toncourso of friends of the young couple were present to wish them Joy and prosperity A 1l wedding supper the immediate families followed The ceremony Jir1 and Mrs McDevitfwlll go to hoifsei keeping at 2224 West Jefferson ietI IFmENDS 41N1ITD I The ladies the Holy Name congregation invite their friends hrou hbut the city their closIngl eJHdhVe aid 11 l 0nartyIto beheld Mbnufty Sffernooa aid bight la Holyl 4irae Hall i Fo1trtk a dO strati yoI ihIiarfrLbe tefhave s tire IDl1 ini J HIantroD I wba ttibda ieallr ale tiM- er 1C fl Sixth Floor Paul Jones migar cured hickory smoked all sizes pound lOc Franco American Soups Tho brand of quality ready to serve chicken chicken gumbo mulliga tawny and clear ox tail Quarts a dozen 350 a can 30c Pints il dozen 210 a can 18c pints a dozen 125 n cnn lie Tomato mock turtle consomme bouillon julienne vegetable or beef Quarts a dozen 325 a can 28c Pints a dozen 100 a lOc pints a dozen 100 a can DC Franco American Ready maid Brand SoupsTomato ox tnll bouil Ion vegetable consomme and Scotch style broth a dozen 100 a can De in cn YO M w 714 their were the the for the the the for ton for of t6 J cnn RECENT DEATHS Mrs Mary OConnor widow of William OConnor and mother ot Mrs John Ackerman 1723 Baird street was called to her eternal rest Thursday morning She had been resident of Louisville for man years and was held in high esteem by a wide circle of friends The funeral will take place this afternqo from St Patricks church Martin Lally twentyfour year old and a member of the fire department died Thursday morning at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs John Lally 722 Franklin street ia victim of tuberculosis Besides his parents he Is survived by two broth ers Joseph and Patrick Lally and four sisters Misses Nellie Nora and Annie Lally and Mrs Mamie Roe The funeral takes place this morning from St Johns church The funeral of Mrs Annie Farrell widow of the late Joseph A Farrell was held Monday morning from St Frances of Rome church Rev Father White officiating at the high mass of requiem Mrs Farrell I was born in Ireland sixtyfive years ago but had been a respected resident of Louisville for a quarter of a century She Is survived by a daughterm Mrs Fred Bauman 1827 Frankfort avenue with whom she made her home Mrs Lillian OHern wife of Dan leI OHern 1204 Rowan street who had been ill for five weeks was re leased from earthly suffering Mon day evening She was fortyone years of age and was a loving wife and affectionate mother and her death came as a shock to her many friends Besides her husband she leaves one daughter Mary Josephine OHern lien mother Mrs Mary Pfeffer and a sister and two broth er8Iler funeral was held Wednes day afternoon from St Patricks ctirch Tuberculosis claimed a promising WartmannIdeath comes as a severe loss to his mother Mrs Kate Wartmann 2716 West Market street with whom he resided Besides his mother a sistjet Miss Mildred Wartmann and a brother CtArence Warfmanh sur vive him j Is funeral was held Thursday morning from St Charges church Rev Father Tlaffo cel brat ag the sqlfema mass of requiem BURNS ARF4TAL- Miss Annie Connors who was acr cidentally burned last IuncMy- vening died Monday morning at her home 931 35aet Walnut street where she resld cl with her brothers lien funeral was held Wegneiday Morning from St JohnV churchi of hicjhel wa long aev tJI1ei1- br BMlilelihei brothariiheMeaviw ai efeter1 Mrs Joni TJiierf If2 idrth ClAy Mr t tI We have the fanciest and largest stock of S Evaporated fruits in the i Extra Fancy Santa Clara Valley Prunes 5 Sizes 2030 a pound 25c Sizes 3040 a pound 20c J Sizes 4050 a pound 15c i Sizes 5060 a pound 13c 3 Extra Fancy Muir PeachesA pomuU20c Extra Fancy Moorpark ApricotsA pound25c i Extra Fancy California Pears A pound 20c Use Golden Harvest Flour and Stewart3 Pure Cream of Tartar Baking Powder in all your baking and note the improvement = KNWSOP 80UIMBDS Late New That Will Interes Members Here and Else where 7 A new council will soon be In stalled at Algiers La Steps have been taken to buy or build a home for the Knights of Oswego N Y There were thlrtyflve in the class for the Initiation just held at E1 Reno Okla Now members to the number o- seventyfive were received Into Tpledo Council a week ago Connecticut Knights have raised 1000 for the home for little children being erected in West Hart fordThe Knights of Portsmouth Ohio propose the expenditure 01 about 1000 for books for their library Almost sufficient stock has been guaranteed for the deal for property and the new home for the council at Newport Ky Right Rev Bishop Schrembs wit nessed the Initiation at Toledo and addressed the members at the close of the ceremonies There were 1200 dancers on the floor at the Armory in Syracuse when Union Council gave Its first reception and ball A home organization has been ef fected among the members at Ash land Ky and work on plans for permanent quarters is being prosecuted The Knights of Manchester N H are arranging for a great celebration of their twentieth anniversary April 27 when they hope to have the national officers present ASH WEDNESDAY February 26 will be Ash Wednes day the first day of Lent Ashes will be distributed in our churches after the services The Impressive ceremony of placing a portion of blessed ashes on the heads tof the faithful with the words Remem ber man that thou art dust and into dust thou shall return takes us back to mans first unhappy fall which brought down upon the fair face of the newly created universe the gloomy cloud of death The sprinkling of ashes on the head Is associated now as it was in the Old Testament with mourning and sorrow and penance As the church uses them the ashes are one of the sacramentals their ceremonial off i caoy depending not on any inherent virtue as In the case at the sacra rn nts but upon the disposition of the penitent that Is of the person who receives them The ashes which will be blessed on this Ash Wednesday will be obtained by turning the palm branqbes used In procession of last iPalm Sunday Tile palm la the emblem of place But the palm reduced to ashes can never more re cover Its beautiful verdure Nature can not restore tho beauty which Is gone So the ashes are a reminder that the life of grace once llost can never be recovered by any Inherent power of our own Therefore wq Sfhould approach the altar to receive hl ashes with great humility and contrltfoif conscious that by mortal sin we are de dbe1 r God and that phly a penitent spirit can bring1 back dlvln0 grate whicht Is he soils life The receptidn of tho ashes is our solemn pledge of determination to dp chance- YEAR I BOOK The Very Rey James P Cronin 7 G pJwtpr of Sf Patricks 6hufchi- Jt8 nsanI comphetedtte year book of hUp Tth which will Mod b- eadyl ifor tlWtrlButton rI I 1 CASUALTY INSURANCE co I cityi CO GAYETV THEATER eDI Wk Commencing Bnnflay iUtlat William GrippingPlay The Divorce Question PRESENTED BY ROWLAND CLIFFORD One hundred and seven night in Chi cago and crowded houses everywhere A play that teaches a great moral lea aonand has formed the outline for more sermons than any othir produced in recent years- lBICE8Suriday Matinee lOc lie Sto and SOc Tuesday Thursday and Satur Nigbt1Oc NATiFifth and WalnutLIREAL VAUDEVILLE I HEADLINE OFFERING TANGO MANIA Introducing Six Real Dancers Recruited From New York and Chicago Classic Dadoing and Posing Spectacle the Gladiator and the Nymph Will be prcsentedbyJ Edwin Crapeaax Co Other athletic ildgtog dancing dnd musical features together with several high class motion pictures 5 OTHER STAR ACTSS Matinee All Seats lOo Night lOo and 2Oo La Dinette Restaurant 412 WEST WALNUT Famous For Good Things to Eat Ladies Dining Room in the rearWe guarantee prompt service and every attention Bailey Baumgardner Prpprs COVINGTOX Their many friends were given quite a surprise when It became knon that Miss Kitty Powers and Attorney Maurice L Galvln were quietly married Monday night by the Rev Father James Gorey secretary to Right Rev Bishop C P Mace in tho rectory of the latter in Coving ton Mr and Mrs William King of Lexington sister and brotherinlaw acted as maid of honor and best man and L B and Hanseford Wilson as witnesses The bride formerly lived In Augusta and ft Thomas but of late in the Marzella with her mother She Is prominent in social circles and said to be one of the prettiest women in the State Mr Galvln is a brother Of former Vice Mayor John Galvin ot Cincinnati was Collector of Internal Revenue of the Slxth district of Kentucky and one of the best known attorneys in the State The couple left after the ceremony for Florida accompanied by Jtr Calvins two children Grace and Wesberrj NATIONAL THEATER Novelty bigness and quality will characterize the features on the new bill at the National Theater start Idg Monday matjnee TangoManla wll furnish the headliBB offerlag introducing six real daneera while a series of renMirkbl athletic stunts will be ptewatedfby the Carl Lamlan troupe of eight gymaasts Other features will hi provia d by Norinne Coffey iae slaglagrglrl from Broadway and a1 asAber of other high class arttets Aidedtto the foregoing will lie WeeUeat notloapletvrec ineludlm a eaaeSr ilfJec t F sS nt 1 1 6G1JP1 TUOKY YRYSn AltIERICAN T L iGRAN W SMITHS SONG AL S SMITH PROP i I Funeral Director and Embalmer iii BOTH PHONES 810 iii809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET +44 I I 1 NKz320lo1 +++ 1+44I1I I NI m N+ ofoz I 11 I I toII THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 UOMEIIIONE8S CUMBERLAND MAIN 8971y i J J BARRETTS SONS DIRECTORiAND1 i 822 n S I S J It II I II I I II HJoSIi+I I II I InS I I I II DOUGHERTY McELLIOIT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmersr I BOTH PIIOPIEh3 Cumb Main 20D8a Homo GUy 29- D6OLD i III1 I 1I11 II JIll S 1II1 I Ii Ii II III III I 11111111111 III to FORTUNA t OURB0N THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INOOHPORJLTKD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERSt I 111011 S 1 Z U 11 I S S III1I SIt t I oIl111 I S II S I S II Z 1+ FfNID WJNES OIIADtPAOZ71 B- AL i ROLB323 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS i 4 t oJ iuHZ fl lIlt I 11111110 111I 11 J I I Ills S I tIll I I J oS III I BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE 0 McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky IIft BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Pk Deli 223 HERRMANN BROS I1iPORTiRn- aPfl E WINES AND LIQUORS Dtatllkn asd Wholwale Deal rrhiFIasCldraadsof K m tacky Wblskles ecyeecliUy Pearl of Nelsonl SOTLEDIN aND T1NNUi141 1 9S4 liimi STIMIT 1 0 r ti ErrRAtiFul ffURE C f I 1 p I JlleerJIORtH N WCwTUri curl insti Sto- We ftralthtk k ieoM 4luy 1wIyfILtiM i WM CALUMAN Mgr SMM Re p- n u Allthe late and sew Styles and Sh peI earn be fouad here at reasonable price Call and see us Mve yomr bye wa daeaUa that wm igrifare ttw toruU ST XAVIERS COLLEGE lIS W radway Gwrme p CwlueU4 fcy the XaverUa BrolSen Cbuwieal BsJwitlso and BilaeDevcrtmtBt Lari amt Wu Jlc1d 7l aa- MaMITer a a III Jsa Dir GlVfiS UP WORm Miss Catherine Thompson whose fame is near Klizabethtown de parted last week for McKlnleyj Iowa Pleparator3tobe DANGERPASSJID Ormand Foley the nlneyearoli IOn of Mrand Mrs Joseph P Foley 1028 South Sixth street who was thought to have sustained in tornal injuries on Friday sight of leaf week hag bea pra puae d ou of danger and on the way to Te- oVery With a aumber of ypu I1Ij companions he WM sleigh TIdIn- gwhRltelellfroJRUte 1Ml en wltlei padafsllhurt 0 DIED IN BOSTON News was received here this week of the death In Boston of B W Fay the New England representa tive of the Dernhelm Distilling Com pany Mr Fay being a former resident of this city and at one time a partner of David Hirsch the firm being known as the FayjHlrsch Company Besides his wife who is a daughter of Hugh Gannon the Superintendent of the Portland sta tlon of the Louisville Gas and Electric Company he leaves the following children Margaret Belle Marie Hugh and John The funeral took place in iBbston on Wednesday morn I ing The many local friends of the bereaved family extend them sympa thy in their bereavement COMMUNION liNn CONFIRMATION I Agafn tho children of St Patricks church will receive their first holy communion at the high mass on St Patricks day March 17 Right Rev Bishop OlDonaghue will admin ister the sacrament of contlrmatlonii the same evening at 8 will be one of the greatest celebrations 1 of the year for the good people I of that congregation Father Cronin and the Sisters have been preparing the children for some time past DIVORCE QUESTION 1 The Catholic churchs firm stand on the subject of divorce Is ardently 1 championed In The Divorce Ques I 1 tlon which will be produced at the t Gayety all next week special mat- Inee 1 Monday by Rowland and cur 1 ford The author William An thony McGuire shows a thorough knowledge of his subject and has staged a most realistic picture of 1 those who strive to defy society and in an admirable manner he presents 1 his side of the question long discussed His belief Is that dl t woeslEh1should be taken Into consideration f and in his Intensely interesting t human drama illustrates by the absence of a fathers guiding hand I and a mothers tender care which is C the childs Inheritance by right the 3 moral and physical ruin brought upon the children by practical aban donment and neglectII I ALTAR SOCIETY EUCHRE 1 The Cathedral Altar Society willII entertain wlthxa eucjire and lotto ini the new Cathedral hall next Tuesday I afternoon and evening and have a large number of handsome prizes II and novelties left over tram the i bazar to be awarded the winners Mrs David Welsh qf the society I ISII in charge of the arrangements promises a pleasant evening to aUII partlclpateInI i games will be called at 230 clockII and the evening games at 8 ST IATm JSII rThe sermons during the Lenten season at St Patricks church will be delivered by a clergymdn of the Dominican order The first one will I be delivered on Ash Wednesday evening WITH THE SICK I Sergeant Clarence Borders andI Patrolmen J Burke and Dave Nolan who have been on the sick list are all reported improved Peter Sexton and Capt Edward Kennedy of theI fire department who have been off duty are also reported on the road to recoevryII LONG TRIP J CLleut Edward Pulford and Mike OHare left last OttlcerII are now at Fort McDowell Cali fornia where they were sent for a prisoner wanted here who was traced and arrested In the Hawaiian Islandsll States accepted Crelgh ton Universitys invitation and will deliver the principal address at the Founders day banquet to be held this evening at Omaha CAREER OF BISHOP Right Rev Bishop Kelley of Savannah was once a Confederate soldier a private In Gen command Later he BecameKempersI I paper reporter and afterward a priest He had a brother who was formerly Mayor of Richmond and I later Judge of the International Court of Cairo Egypt- RECOVERING Armour McFarland who under went an operation at Sts Mary Elizabeth Hospital two weeks andII has been removed to hIs home at 213 East Oak street Ills friends and patrons will be glad to learn that I he is improving rapidly and expects to be out again In a week or ten Jays SCHOOL BENEFIT St Vincent do Pauls congregation will entertain its members friends and patrons at euchre and lotto next Tuesday afternoon and evening in the spacious and lightsome base ment of tho new school Shelby and Oak streets when many and splen did prizes will be awarded A coffee social and chicken supper will also be attractive Ventures of the day I anda1nusementsI of the school j AFTER TENERS PLACE Hon Michael J Ryan City Solicitor of Philadelphia and President Of tho United Irish League has rrangy I Bounced hia candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Governor ot Pennsylvania AltSauga that State la heavily Republic It fIs thought to1Isucceelll to1 r tottaetloRlo hv twecEIehe e In i Ass f iIdt1 eseriaQanadtr- a J J vhere Rev Dr Louis OLeary luis I lust been appointed Auxiliary BIshopI f Chatham Ontario His I light Rev Henry OLeary the t Bishop of Charlottetown to which I lee ho was appointed about a year tgo The two prelates are sons of lenry OLeary of Richlbucto New Brunswick and are both men of icholarly attainments II IMPUOVEMENTSI I I Shown For Year by Report ofLouisville Street Railway II Company The Louisville Railway Company it its annual meeting on Wednes lay afternoon elected Directors and ulcers and heard the annual report i fbusincss finance and Jmprove lent A week hence the Louisville Fraction Company which f is the molding company meets in Newark Jf There were no changes the same ulcers and Directors being elected with the exception that the Louls llle Traction Company as a Now ersey corporation must elect one lew Jersey Director Officers of the Louisville Railway ompany named were J T Mlnary resident A P Humphrey Vice resident Samuel G Boyle Secre ary and Treasurer Directors are 1 S Wicks Syracuse N Y and fl H Littell Buffalo N Y and 1 lharles T Bollard L W Bolts scar Fenley Samuel Casseday S JI Boyle A P Humphrey T J Unary W S Speed John Stites nd John W Barr Jr all of Louis Ille Without taking Into consideration reproIentedeat Mlnary if reduced to single vecent fares means that during he year the Louisville Railway lompany took in a total of 1813080 nickels the gross re elpts of the company during the ear having reached 309065455 His report was as follows GROSS EARNINGS i citylines 3090654 55 Revenue from mall and advertising 18348 91 fet revenue from Inter urban lines and Interest 196814 58 icome from other sources 117272 11 Gross Income 3423090 13 PEIIATINO EXPENSES INCLUDING I bAINTENi1NyCF pirating ex penses 1848518 i64 late county and city Itaxes for Joi t Y 23625949htorest debt paid and accrued E8G833F34 llpreY 2826611 37 wa Net earnings Vtivi 697478 76 llvldend on v commonatpck 645660f00 ccldent fund 36495 82 Income ac count rf34r94 597478 76II Improvements made during the past year have been of such a varied nature I hat only the more Important ones cane I referred to and lnwlaKeneral way In thIs report But attentionIs called off the balance sheet aiuPdetall report he secretary and treasurer presented at this meeting for the beat of any who may desire Special Information BONDS A special meeting of the board of directors was held February 7 1913 toI consider a proposition presented by the resident from a number of the nnanI ilal Institutions In the City to purchase 1000000 of the general mortgage bonds of the company at par On mO- tion duly made and carried the proposition was accepted the bonds dellv ered and proceeds used for extending and Improving the property POWER HOUSE The new power house admirably lo ated at Twentieth and High streets with abundance of water from the canal and firstClass railroad connections and switching facilities has been completed and Is now In operation The building and all the machinery Is of the very best design with all the latest mprovements and the station Is equal Itt not superior to any like plant In the ountry CONDUITS The building of the new power plant necessitated the extension of our con lutt system and the Installation of considerable new cable and erection of additional wire which has materially Im proved our feed wire system SHOPS The new car shops on Twentyninth treet between Broadway and Garland venue being built on an extensive cale with all modern Improvements are nearIng completion and will be a subJect for a later report TRACKS The track to Jacpbs or Iroquois Park by the way of the Thlrdtsrcet route was doubled and put In thorough ondltlon with heavy tee rails The West Mainstreet line was ex tended from Twentysixth and Slevin long SlevIn street to Thirtieth over hlrtleth street to Alford avenue and past on Alford avenue to Twentysixth treet and is now In operation and glv Ing service In a portion of the city where It was much needed DoUbla curves were put In on Portland avenue west of Twentieth street and tracks built over private property purchased for that purpose from Portland avenue to and across High street Into the new power plant yards The thirtyfive pound tee rail on Sev nth street line to Jacobs Park was re loved and tracks rebuilt with seventy pound roll The track on Bardstown raod was oubled from the city limits to DoupS Point Sewer construction and street recrfn tructlon necessitated the relaying of a iree amount jof truck In all parts of the cityEQUIPMENT The company built In ltd own shops ten new trail care of the center en trance type which have been In operation for the post few months and have proven very popular with the public- INTE1UfBAN LINES The right of way was purchased from the property holders along the Louisville and Shelbyvllle turnpike sand the Ine aoublelrftckcd from Stt Matthews to Warwick Villa siding The power circuit on this Lagr ngo dlvlslpn was rreatly jmproved by1 building a new ransmls IowUne from ICampbellstreet talon tp Marcia SPECIAL MEETING j 0 t t Division 3 AO H has called a pticlat meeting for next Monday Inlght in Nelllgan Hall Nineteenth Portland avenue for the pur pose of computing plant for the reI lodeling and occupancy of the new Ihoas The Tart 6f the TrusteesI I rjlt also tie recwired1 WANT mN SlO Ti Feaalea outnuwber ttte wale in kMi4clphlaNW Yrki Dan ore rid 1leitoal Tkoy ttea 1tMfag t3I1- 1tlrtwIU bat4 1i I u nillLLIAXT C13LKUUATIOX- n The commemoration of Washing tons birthday by Louisville Assembly Knights of Columbus promises to be a brilliant affair Most Rev James J Keane Arch bishop of Dubuque Iowa will be tin principal speaker Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue of Louisville and many priests of tho diocese wll be preesnt The affair win be lim- Ited to members of the Fourth de gree and they will attend the celebration in full regalia Preliminary to the banquet a class of 100 wll be Initiated composed of candidate from different sections of the State VIRGIN MARY CHAPEL The first anniversary of the National Organization of Catholic Women a body formed to collec funds with which to construct i1 chapel to the Virgin Mary at the Catholic University In Washington was celebrated by a luncheon In Washington on Tuesday attendee by more than 260 women Mrs Andrew Dougherty the Secretary announced that 28000 already had been raised for tho chapel and that the greater portion of it had come in contributions averaging 10 each PRIEST ORATOR COMES There arrived from Ireland this week the Rev Father Michael Ji Phelan the celebrated orator perIdeliver a series of Lenten sermons in All Saints church New York City The distinguished preacher will also deliver a lecture on the Supernatural Destiny of the Irish Race in the largest public hall that can be procured In New York for this purpose MAJOR GEN ORVAN Major Oen ORyan commander of the National Guard of New Yorl State is the only militia officer or any rank who has been permitted to take the Washington War Col lege course which gives the final touch to the educaction of a soldier In the United States It Is a high compliment to the man as well ai to the National Guard of New York which he has brought to a higl state of efficiency In the next scheme of national defence the reg ular army provides three divIsions and the militia of the country twelve Of these fifteen divisions the New York division in numbers armament and equipment is the most nearly complete If war shoult break out Genx ORyan will com mand it As he lit now forty years old and the retiring age for Amerl can army officers is sixtyfour Gen ORyan may therefore look forwari to a further service of twentyfoui years PANAMA CANAL PARADE It is generally believed in Berlin that Germany will have the history honor of being the first nation to send warships through the Panama canal No definite announcement Is expected for the present but it Is generally believed that the Kaiser will send Prince Henry of Prussia to command the German fleet on thIs occasion If this should be done the Prince who is a brother of the Kaiser as a great Admiral of the German squadron will outrank an the other commanders present PANEGYRIC ON ST PATRICK The iRev Father J J Fitzgerald pastor of St Leos dhurch at High land Park has accepted the Invitation to deliver the St Patricks day panegyric at St Michaels church Brook street Those who expect to hear an able and instructive dis course will not be disappointed POSTPONED The bazar that was to haVe beet held this week in Now Albany foi the benefit of Holy Trinity church was postponed until after Easter This was done because of lack ot time for preparation as It is in tended to make the bazar one of the biggest of its kind yet held in the Falls Cities DIOCESE OF SPOKANE The new diocese of Spokane just created forms part of the eccleslasti cal province of Oregon of whlcl the Most Rev Alexander Christie 1Is Metropolitan Before long the Bishops of the province will meet and select the names of three clergymen whom they deem best fitted to be the first Bishop of Spokane Fron these the Conslstorlal Congregator will select one and present his name to the Pope for confirmation RESPECT THE PRIEST The great love and respect that the Indiana of the missions feel fo the Catholic priest was strikingly illustrated In the recent troubles among the Navajos of Arizona Eight hundred warriors were armed and ready for fight but they ac cepted peacemaker in the person 01 Father Anslem Weber 0 V M who with Gen Scott U S A and another party remained thirtysix hours par laying with the angry Indians The result was satisfactory MASS ON IHLL OP TARA It is proposed to celebrate the holy sacrifice of the mass on nex St Patricks day on the Hill of Tara The various Catholic organization throughout Lelnstef will Visit the historic hill and attend mass Car dllla11ogudana Archbishop Heall have given the project their warmer approvall CHURCHES IN MONTANA Right Rev John P Carroll Bishop of Helena Mont announce that Catholic churches will be dedi followlnltownsCkoteau Valler Cutback Ofccle Park Dayton Big Arm Camaa Ho Spring Camas Prairie Thompsoi Falls Perma and BrUmraond LATEST IN STYLUS ftUft fiieM Bllla cwktinue to kola turf place t FRANK FEHR BREWING CO INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OCR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE Hw Cumb Phone West 191 Hume Phone lott T1IE WIEDEMANNf INCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent tertj QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville K3k FALLS CITY BREWINQ PO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ord a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER LightJ JOHN E FRANCr WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KlTo IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEERrr SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY Special Notice to Altar Societies Wi have on hand a large and exclusive line of Altar Alb and Surplice Laces We have determined to place a special discount on these goods this month It you are think ing of purchasing the aboyo soon It will pay you U look over our stock at once Judging from the past sales of these laces we know you will be more than satisfied with our nice display We also carry a full line of materials and findings for making and repairing vestments Write for SamplesROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 418 W JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Cnurcfi Goods FRED ERHART I ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson H BOSSElQSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers 51O XM3 HR AVENLTI4 Tlseheaet 1022 Double frills of net make a pretty sleeve finish White plaited tulle Is mucch used for sleeve frills Colored velvet fruit Is spoken of for the spring hats Flounced tunics and tier skirts are taking the lead The Interest in printed cottons Is Increasing for spring the now street suits ard being madell with bolero coats Cherry blossom parasols are al ready herein quaint designs Black velvet suitrf are apt to have brilliant green velvet girdles White motor bo nts velle4 irlth11 brilliant colored chiffon scarfs orb the latest Some smart bolero costumes la tended Jorafternoojr Wear ar4Jetu i j made of rlbb 4 silks or pf ehar SIrue to 1IOtttbtlUt THE 2 FAVORITES of LooIsTlIlei Particular Smokers q TARPY SPECIAL k lOc Cle- arLITTLE t A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equalin quality y and flavor Homemade Unlonm do and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers TW TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS We have just received five carloads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 10000 arid which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give MB a call at our warerooms 318330 West Green St- MuldoonNiw Moniirniit i C THOMPSO FLORISTONLY ONE STORK Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVBJNUK Bstk 7efphsgM 1MB AM 9r6tta receive prompt atteatte mad MtlsfMtlM gnarsa- tdDelightfulA Smoke PHOHB CITY 23JO FOR OLW rATti IM A6ONDOLelAL id K L Gay Rr t- a rr- rLTOiLYL d N IIZIsH ANiERICAN 111111 I II II 114 1 H Iii 1111111111111111111 r ST us tj oHS Gro- VMiM V IIH AVCMUt HfwJmffArro N PNlT STREET i ThirtySixth SemiA- nnualEMBROIDERY t SALE c Now the Most Attractive Feature WITH THE i GREATEST VALUES 1 We have ever announced on Fine Embroideries Iii 1111 I III r 1I111 +11 1 Jill111111111111 + lit GAYETY THEATRE ONE WEEK COMENCING MATINEE SUNDAY ROWLAND CLIFFORD PRESENT THE GRIPPING PLAY OF TODAY THE DIVORCE QUESTION BY WILLIAM ANTHONY McGUIRE A Play That Has Formed The Outline For More Sermons Than Any Play Produced In Decent Years 107 TIMES IN CHICAGO Sunday Matinee 15c25c 35o SOo Night1Oo25o35c50o75oT- uesday Thursday Saturday Matinees 25c 25C SPECIAL MATINEE MONDAY 25c t I I 11 I I 101 11 j 13 K+ HIloI ++ InN1 11 + COMPOUND INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS Get the Habit t Start Savings Account next payday and save regularly for some definite purpose You will be surprised to see how fast your account Will grow You can start with 100 or more and add to same when convenient GERMAN INSURANCE BANK MARKET STREET BET SECOND AND THIRD Sixty Years on Guard State Government Supervision oJ III IJ 11 Ill H 1111 t H 1111 + I 11111101 +++++0101 0101 + eNiN ON00ir0OPts 9- MFurnitureForr Your Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street 12 I JI 1 + + 11 iM J BANNON 3 t Pros Mar 11 It IIIWtH4 Itlll+I111 BANNON JR Vice Pres Treas i t I J I oS I I I a 0 or 1 0 1 1 t P f 4i1 11 I t 1 1 I 0 LAWRENCE J YEENEMAHt Secretary i Pe BANNON PIPE CO Sewer and Calvert Pipe Baaiieas Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Ceadsits Wall Coping Draia Tile Yitrife Brick Fire Preefiag Flee Lining Fire Brick Grate and holler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimaey Tops OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON I HOME PHONES CITY 5731786 CU MB MAIN 5O7 WORKS k4Brock and Alagttolla Ave Bet 9tK and lOtb 111111 ++111 111 II 11111 1S 11111111111 I llnt II 1uJ1II Of tt + ++ + UttDRJ Te CHAWK I Veterinary Infirmary 7137d5SOUTB EVIaNTH S RL ITT- sfMlsius sY f 2Ia Nut qlr 2211 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pat WeekGeneral- News Notes Six members of Division 3 are ow on the sick list Division 80f Syracuse received Den applications at Its last meeting Division 4 will meet Monday venlng and discuss the prospective iome plan- Members of Division 3 should not orget the special meeting called for I londay night Local Hibernians should secure 1 heir tickets now for the St Pat fcke day celebration The County Board will meet next reek and hear reports of the St atrlcks day committee Every Hibernian in the city should sslst In making the St Patricks day elebratlon a great success The Hibernian Social Club will epeat their picture show entertainment next Tuesday evening The purchase of a home by Dlvls ton 3 has encouraged the other divisions to renewed efforts The ten divisions of Onondaga ounty will turn out In the St Pat Icks day parade at Syracuse Division 1 will celebrate Emmets nnlversary for the last time It Is I loped before his epitaph Is written The long cherished hope has been realized Louisville Hibernians now own their own home Ere long another will follow Over a hundred members attended the smoke talk of Division 2 it Rochester N H held to stimulate Interest in the order Hibernians of Ramsey county are arranging for a fitting celebration of the anniversary of Robert Emmet on March 4 at St Paul The Ladles Auxiliary of Richmond Ind entertained the new of Icera with a luncheon after the egular meeting last week New York Hibernians will present a St Patricks day parade that will be a credit and create enthusiasm that will endure for years During the Lenten season each member should secure one applicant Then would follow the largest in- Itiation for many years past Division 2 makes steady progress Con Ford John Keaney and James Velch are watching Its Interests and vlll increase the membership John Dillon will be Marshal of the Hibernian parade at Syracuse His staff will consist of a chief aa Istant and two aides from each of I the ten divisions The three Irish night entertaln nents held by the Ladies Auxiliary i of Manchester N H proved 1m aensely popular and attracted stand- Ing room audiences Mrs John Arthur State President of the Indiana Ladles Auxiliary has been visiting divisions throughout he State and everywhere awakened Interest In the order f For the officers afali jmembdrs the Kentucky jjrlsn AmerlcantinvitdB all Ilbernlans and their friends to the Robert Emmet anniversary exercises to be held by Division 1 at Falls City Hall on Tuesday night March 3 GAYETY THEATEH The Divorce Question will be next weeks offering at the Gayety heater The story of the play shows that pathetic phase of lift wherein marriage has beeen wrong fully considered and wherein two children are sacrificed to the self Ishness of the parents when the latter are divorced and each married again The remorse of the parents upon seeing the result of their actions becomes pitiful but their selfish Ideas of life prevent them from undoing what they have done until when almost too late they see the enormity of their of fense and through the efforts of the priest strive to save the remnants of their flesh and blood FREE SCHOOL BAZAR Rev Martin OConnor and the people of his parish have completed extensive arrangements for a bazar for the benefit of St Michaels free parochial school to be held next Tuesday and Wednesday both after noon and evening in the school hall at 220 Brook street There will be euchre and lotto both days and nights and meals will be served by the ladles of the Altar Society There will bo numerous features for the entertainment of all who attend the men of the congregation taking great Interest in the programme Tho ladles extend a special Invitation to the business men who can to be their dinner guests on both days UNIONXOWN A pretty wedding ceremony was witnessed Tuesday morning in JBfc Agnes church at Unlohtown when Miss MarrY Thompson became the bride of George F JTrench Both bride and groom have a wilds circle of relatives mud friend in Union oountjv who were prgeentto witness the ceremony which WM performed by tthe Rev rather Kellenaere 1r SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O EC DIVISION 1 v eets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice PresidentHenry McDei nott Recording Secretary Walter luslck Financial SecretaryJoseph Far ell Tioasurcr Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArme DIVISION Tim 2 LyonsII beets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President j j Sullivan Recording Secretary John r CeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning am SentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 beets First and Third Monday Nineteenth and Portland President John M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John Price Financial SecretaryJohn J Hes sion Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arras Martin J allaher 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 BarrFInancIal SecretaryThomas J- Llangan TreasurerPatrIck Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rellSentinelM J McDermott Y D I ItlACKIN COUNCIL 205 leets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentGeorge J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken- ney Second Vice President Fred chulerRecording Secretary John R tarry Financial Secretary Will Cassl TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalJoe Keane Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside SentinelF E Qratzer Executive Committee Frank dams Charles Raldy Willis Link AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Iraely Record of Some Memorab Events lthe Catholic His 1 te retAmerfca J ebruary 22 18Q2 Death at Eliza bethtown NJ In his slxtyelgh year while editor of the Cathol News ot John Dawson Ollmai Shea Americas greatest Cathol historian his crowning work b Ing his Catholic Church in the United States born In New York July 22 1824 honored by inai colleges and historical societies first recipient of the Laeta medal from Notre Dame February 23 1897Death at Hol Cross College Worcester Mass al the Rev Joseph Marie Rene Loy zance S J born at St Quen deE Alleux Brittany March 12 1821 arrived In New York 1852 Im1 President of St Francis Xavler College and founder of the Xavli Alumni Sodality first President to found scholarships ebruary 24 1817Pastoral Issue by Bishop Benedict Joseph Flag placing temporary Church of st Annes Detroit under Interdict 011 account of dissensions in the 3oi gregatlon and opposition ttc Father Gabriel Richard recoi dilation took place and Interdict removed June 9 ebruary 26 1892The Right Rev Ignatius Frederick Horstmam third Bishop of Cleveland consecrated at Philadelphia where hE was born December 16 1840 pro fessor In St Charles Seminar eleven years founded Loyol High School Cleveland and 8t Johns College Toledo died Ma 13 1908- February 26 1710Death at ron treal of Daniel Greysohn sleur Du Lhut famous and dauntlee pioneer ranger and Lake Superlo explorer during the Frenc regime founder of Fort Willlai on Lake Superior and of Detroit Mich Dpluth Minn called aftc him February 27 1870 Consecration o the Right Rev Thomas Foley Bf Bishop of Pergamus and coadjutor of the diocese of Chicago born In Baltimore March t6 1822 ordained August 16 1846 St Marys Cathedral with man churches and Institutions destroyed In the great fire of 1871 twentyfive new churches bull during his episcopate and he lei 300 churches in the diocese at hit death February 19 1879 February 28 1680Father Loul Hennepln the Intrepid Franclsca explorer while with Chevalier d la Sallos expedition left For Crevecoeur on Lake Peoria sane down the Illinois and up th Mississippi as far as the grea cataract which he namadSt Anthonys Falls In honor of SI Anthony of Padua MARDI GRAS DANCE The Emeraia Hibernian SocI tub will give tM next ot their aerie of daucwssat Utopian Hall on Tue- Sd4YwblchXardli Graland coq Isquehtly the list social affair of th club until after Lent As before the danct milt he glvea at Utopia alU TwMitiHMwrad and tartan venue rltlaC taeorcheitra fur lahlnf the muiffiI 0 I IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Alderman John Jinks was elected Mayor of SlIgo There was no oppo rtion Dr Joseph Casey of Carna has been appointed medical officer for DllfdenAlderman Joe Magennts was sleeted Mayor of Kilkenny by votes to ten for W P reelected Councillor Lord R J Mayor McMordle of two elveIII for 1914 This will be his term fifthII The Very Rev Father ODoherty was unanimously reelected Presi dent of Strabane Cattle Show Committee Councillor Loran Sherlock was re elected Lord Mayor of Dublin by fifty votes to nineteen for Alderman r KellyAlderman L W McLearn was reelected Mayor of Derry fo i twenty one votes to fifteen for Alderman Campbell Alderman Power was re elected Mayor of Waterford by votes to ten for OSulllvan twentJthreejj P ONeill J P Chairman of the Enniscorthy Council for the fourth time and J Bennett Vice Chairman for the second time At a recent meeting of the Shille lagh District Council the tender of L McCreedy to build three cottages at Qurteen Ballyrahan and Bally rashanogue was accepted Alderman Henry OShea was re elected Mayor of Cork As the All forIreland members abstained from attending the meeting of tho Cor poration there was no contest St ConleIths Club Newbridge presented their President Father Cullen with a gold mounted umbrella on the occasion of his appointment to the pastorship of Tlnryland At a largely attended meeting In Llstowol J J McKenna presiding a large number of recruits Joined the Irish Volunteers and arrangements were made for a route marchI to Fenagh The death is announced of Rev P Hogan of Kllllmer and Rockena one of the most popular clergymen In County Clare a fine type of irish man and a zealous worker on behalf of his people Very Rev Canon E Timlin of Ballino has been the recipient of a handsome address and presentation from his parlshloers as a mark of appreciation of his forty years labors as a priest At tho meeting of the Birr Board of Guardians Miss M Kilmartln the only applicant was unanimously appointed matron In place of her mother who has resigned after twentyseven years service- T J Wheeler presiding at the Athy Guardians made sympathetic reference to the deaths of James Tlerney Athy and Patrick Boland Monasterevan who had been rate collector for a quarter of a century An aged woman Margaret Mur phy of Castlebridge in lifting ta pall of water out of a barrel accl dentally toppled over and with heat downward In the barrel was discovered half an hour afterward dead Alderman P ODonovan was unanimously reelectedd Mayor ol Limerick for a second year Stephen OMara was pfaced first on the list for the Shrievalty with Councillors Lynch and Lawlor second and third The Irish Volunteer movement has evoked much enthusiasm in Granard and numbers of recruits are still coming In Several companies are now being drilled and it- t I short time every man in the dis- trIct will be a trained soldier Much regret was felt throughout the diocese of Kllmoro at the announcement of the death at his res idence In Cavan of James Finegan father of the Most Rev D Finegan Bishop of Kllmore The deceased was highly esteemed by all who knew him- While engaged at shunting some wagons at Bagenaletown railway station a porter named Peter Caro lon a native of Dublin was acci- dentallY crushed between a moving truck and the goods store wall which caused frightful Internal In juries He was at once removed to a local hospital whero her lies at present in a critical condition GOOD MOTHER GONE Profound sorrow was caused mong a Wide circle of friends by he death of Mrs Mary Cross beloved wife of Sergt Michael Cross whose funeral took place Sunday ifternoon from St Michaels church Mrs Cross was stricken suddenly on Wednesday and realizing her condition was serious she summoned heron John Cross and daughter Mrs layrae Clug both of whom reside in Pittsburgh telling them to como to xmlsville at once Unconscious of the death of their mother her children arrived iFrlday morning Besides her husband and these children Mrs Cross leaves two other daugh ors Mrs Katherine Walsh and Miss ilabel Cross both of Louisville BECOMES MANAGER I L The many friends of Martin T I allahay who has had years of ex erlence In the shoe business will L welcome the news that he is now manager for the Richmond Shoo ompany whose store Is located in the CourlerJoulJialbulldlngon Fourth avenue For the past weeks has been receiving congratula tlonsand his addition to the Rich lond forces means many new pa one for their store NICE GIFT The Rev Timothy Dempsey of St Louis who conducts akoteltot I toriIl e1vedu Nw Yr IL 0r11Adolphl n e lll4Itlf+ + + I + +++ I IJIIIIIIIIllllllllltI + III JO2NUNII WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS The Other Day a Customer Paid 45c a 795 Articlei HOWft you are no doubt asking yourself We will tell The customer priced an article It was 795 The L customer had 3 full books of Surety Coupons She gave these three books which were equivalent to 760 in money E and the balance 45c in cash t Thus you see this 795 article cost the customer only 45o MORAL Request Surety Coupons With Every Purchase at this store With each lOc purchase we give one Surety Coupon A s full book of Surety Coupons will secure 250 in Merchandise Free 1IIIItI21111IJllllllllllllllllltttllllltIIIJlltII CASINO AND ORPHEUM- THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pictures Houses in Louisvile Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic j POIt EAT1I 1 MOTHERS BREAD 1 Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the SouthI 1 w The Sisters of the Good Shepherd 2214 BANK STREET Would be very grateful for more laundry work to help oward the support of their large class of poor children Phone St Xaviers LaundryHome Shawnee 1462 Cumberland West 462 Nome Phone 1333 It Is a Satisfaction to Drink Mulloys Good Coffee The delicious taste and rich aroma always Indi cate the choicest quality coffee Ask for Our Special Blend at 25c Lb The same quality others ask 30c JOHN M MULLOY 81M W MARJKBiD MTRJCBT NON NP F NNi NOf aNANNN WEWANT YOUR WORK I Were Prepared to Do It Promptly I and in FirstClass S- tylePRINTING i Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISHI AMERICAN 1319 WI GREEN STRGET IT Ys Time Fbr StovesFirst ThoughtCold weather is coming Second Thought We need a Stove Third Thought Geher Son The best place to buy a Stove or Range is where the assortment is large and the prices are reason able Therefore it is to your own interest to call on the old and reliable firm of GEHER SON215 W Market St Bet Second and third IE RagtimePIANO Poehinl7 UugM in 10 to 20 1 laws Write for booklet LPbFs1 THOMPSON 2822 W BUw Stawse 2174