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Kentucky Irish American: March 6, 1915 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 kec1915030601_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: March 6, 1915 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 $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. DO WE DO' ING )rder. wwt ttfoe Your KENTUCKY IRKB AMERICAN NO. 10. ARKANSAS CONVENT BILL. PRINT INI FMST CUSS WOKK. Give This Offioe Next Order. Tow VOLUME XXXIV. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1915. COMING 8NTS. PRICE PiVE CENTS: that Catholics have worked to Bishop Conroy Hook up the charge In- ANARCHISTS 'Felled in Attempt to Destroy St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City. y "T amtiiMtlon andORcign of Ter ror Part of tlie Diabolical r - Scheme. K. 6 & jt during Monument to Zeal of the Catholics of Great ' Metropolis. CULPRITS v ADMIT THEIR GUILT 1 9-- f t lCs The most diabolical anarchlstlit plot ever attempted in this country. Involving assassination and the in- ' auguration of a reign of loot and terror in New York City, "was frustrated Tuesday morning by the ' police atter they had arrested under dramatic circumstances a mi an who had Just placed bombs in St. Pat rick's Cathedral, where several persons were worshipping. Th arrest of two anarchists, Frank' Abarno and Charles Carbono, admitted their guilt andon Wednesday were Indicted, the minimum penalty for their crime being twenty-fiv- e years in State prison. So carefully had tho police worked out their plnns that the anarchist was even allowed to light the fuse of one of tho bombs which he car ried into tho Cathedral, despite the fact hat tho explosives were powerful enough to have badly damaged tho edifice and possibly kilted many In It. Scarcely had tho ignited the fuse when one of a halt a hundred disguised deteotlves, who werp stationed in and about (the church, crushed the sputtering thread under his heel and in another moment tho plotter was tsken into custody Just as ho was about to light the fuse of tho othor destructive in' strument. The history of St. Patrick's Cathedral dates back to 1784, and when the church was consecrated in 1786 vFas about New York's population 35,000, only 400 of wlnni were hun-"dre- d -bomb-carrier The Arkansas Senate passed the A. P. A. convent inspection bill on Tuesday, it having, already passed the (House, the bill being known as the Posey bill and provides that all convents, schools, hospitals and detention homes shall at all times be open to Inspection by the Sheriff, grand Jury or upon petition of twenty citizens. The bill will now be sent to Gov. Hayes for signature and if made a- law will be effective within sixty days. 'If this bill becomes a law religious liberty in Arkansas will soon be a travesty, as any twenty citizens of the Guardians of Liberty or Junior Order will always be ready ito harass the Catholic nuns with an investigation, where the verdict is rendered In advance and sure to be one of a venomous nature, calculated to put the institution In bad repute in addition to stirring up strife between citizens. This committee can also prearrange with some inmate, whom they have placed in tho institution, to create a disturbance simultaneously with the arrival of tho investigators. A bil of the same sort has been Introduced in the Colorado and Indiana Legislatures. .In Arkansas the last religious census gives the Catholics as numborlng only 32,000, while tho Protestants of all denominations number 392,000. To tho credit of the latter, many opposed .the passage of the bill, and at a meeting o Protestants in Pfne Bluff mien of different Protestant denominations drafted a petition opposing the bill, one of .the signers being Circuit Judge A. B. Grace, who in a personal letter to Senator White said: My Dear Senator: I have Just signed a paper asking you to vote against the Posey inspection bill. In addition I wish to say that 1I am absolutely sure that public sentiment in this county does riot endorse such a vicious, measure, which Is nothing but a part of tho fight now being made on the Catholic church throughout tho country by a few rabid ' have lived In this country nearly all tho time slnco 1860 and I know Its history and Its people. Mnny of our best citizens have been and many aro today of tho Catholic faith, as clean in their lives, as honorai'1 and as patriotic as those of any other church, bar none. Not only they but many Protestants regard this bill as an Insult and I trust ' you will not bo In the ranks of Its supporters. Your friend. anti-Catholi- Me Peril bration, under aus of in Bertrand "Hall. March 17 Irish Incert and en- tertalnment for be; Organs Having Hard Time Con- church Masonic It of St. Paul's at i eater. cealing Records of Their April 4 "The D! met Attorney Lecturers. under auspices of t Columbia Ath jletic Club, at Mam By's Theater. 8 April MIn show ana concert for St. Augustine's church Advocates "Use 7-- r March 17 St. P trick's day cele- A. O. H., 1 of Bullets After n Trial With Ballots. lrl aihs-ii- hull v EuchreJ and lotto at Cathedral Hall, under auspices of Itccord of L. J. King, "Who Was Cathedral Altar Sooiety. Recently Mohued in New April 22 Euchrei and lotto by Trinity Council injf hall, afternoon Jersey. and evening. "jj AN IMPORTATION Hall. April 17 Euchres and lotto by Young Ladles' Sodality at Trinity 13 April M jure their Protestant fellow citizens. This charge he characterized as "unreasonable and unratlonal," and stated with emphasis that during his residence of thirty in Bishop Couroy Appeals For the Ogdensburg he had odd years the never seen slightest act to give support to this Rights of the Catholic charge against tho Catholics, and Church. challenged anyone to prove him in error. The Bishop asked his' hearers to tolerate no attacks on tho Protestnnts nnd to stand for their Points That Formed. Con text of dwn rights that tho law giveB them, a Powerful Discourse at in concluding he made a strong plea for fair play. Tho Catholics want Syracuse. only a square deal, ho said. They petition that consideration be given to any chargo that may bo madp beAsked His Hearers to Tolerate fore opinion is made final. No Attacks Upon the BOARD IS NAMED. PAIR PLAY. DEMOCRATIC Candidate For Governor to Bel Added to JJiBt of Present Entries. Haly-Beckhn- iu Clique Ignoring" Warnings of Democratic Press. Party Must Not ltcpcat Mistake of 1007 Campaign For State Offices, j REPUBLICANS WELL Protestants. ONLY A FROM CANADA Tho A. P. A. sheet known as the published at Wllkesboro, N, C, is very indignant at the expose of the past record of Black, who posed as an the Peril saying that tho Kentucky Irish American lied nbout tho Texas tragedy and that Black was an and has proven it. The Peril then reprints part of the article from theso columns, but fails to republish the challengo of Rev. J. J. Flanagan, a priest of Moundsvlllo, W. Va., In which ho offers ?500 reward to any of Black's friends if they can prove that Black or his parents were even Catholics. The Peril also forgets to mention about Black's companion, Sadie Allison, taken from tho House of tho Good Shepherd at Little Rock, being. tho daughter of deaf and dumb parents and traveling with Black as being styled In one place an as his adopted daughter, while to others he spoke of her as his cousin. Tho Kentucky Irish American ifur tlier said that in former editions the Peril advocated the use of bullets Instead of tho ballot, the Peril replying to this ns follows: " There Is not Peril, ex-priex-nu- n, frenzy agnlnst the Catholic church pay out their monejrto hear a lot of vile and obsceno language and made to order stories to suit tho audience. TAKES LAST VOW. Phoenix, In Los Angeles ho was forced to admit ho was never a priest. This class ol? fakers must In deed laugh In thelrslcoves at the fanatics who in their hopeless States for a more profltablo field. His mother, who resides at St. John, New Brunswick, stated that King was always a bad boy and that of her dozen children onlyjbne, a girl, is a practical Catholic. King's wife, who was never claims to De an even a Catholic. ln$1909 King was arrested in Huntington, W., Va., for verbal fllttli, and wae ordered out ot town later on by'lthe Methodist Mayor of Phoenix, JpArlz., for slanderous remarks about tho women of ex-nu- n, ho toek up his work in parts ot Canada, ASKS but later on came lo the United anti-Cathol- ic Early in life SQUARE DEAL n He so blnck, so foul, so low, A. B. Grace. ST. PATRICK'S DAY.- Mia Catholics. Tho first prelate J,' coniecrated in il4g48M the throng the nec consecration essary to erect plawjrirround the ceremony walls outside, that tr-might be viewed ithnnyfl the winvery endows. 'Perhaps It was thusiasm of Catholics iiT""ew York which gave occasion ftfj the outbreaks of bigotry whlclr look place in the years 1S35, 1842 md 1844. First an attempt was mm a to burn the Cathedral. Then a mol shattered the windows of both the Cathedral and the 'Bishop's .house, a id finally a monster torchlight procibslon was formed in City Hall Park! with the purposo or marching to tfe Cathe dral and burning It. But he sinis- ter plan vaa frustratetL Bishop Hughes, ever on tho alert, Uled the Cathedral and it ho adjoin! 'S gravo- yard with armed men, and mo an- cestors of our modern Guardians of Liberty and their ilk, hearing of the proposed defense, avoided tho , Cathedral that night. 'But tho attacks did not cease. Indeed until 1855 opposition to Catholics was still so great that tho Cathedral and other Catholic churches often had to he guarded at night by armed parishioners. Archbishop Hughes, In the name of the Bishops of the Province, issued a pastoral letter exhorting all the faithful to bea,r themselves with dignity and patience during theso "Knownothing" persecutions. Archbishop Hughes had been ..'anxious to begin itho erection of a Cathedral which should serve as an enduring monument to tho zeal ot the Catholics of Now York City. As m early as 1850 ho had conceived tho Idea, but not until 1858 we're tho plans definitely agreed upon. When the cornerstone was laid in 1858 the site was as much a wilderness as old 8t. Patrick's had boon in 1808. The vast concourso, numbering at least 100,000, of which a large proportion werQ Protestants, attended the ceremony; The secular papers spoke of it without exception in tennis of praise and admiration. Again the Cathedral was preaching its sermon of Catholic loyalty and fideMty. St. Patrick's was formally opened and blessed May 25, i879, - October 5, 1910, witnessed the consecration of the great new Cathedral. Three Cardinals nreslilnd at 'this notable ecclesiastical function, Cardinal Vinoenso Vannutelli, Papal Legate to the Httoharlgtlc Congress at Montreal!, reprasen-tlnHis Holiness the late Pope Pius X.; Cardinal Gibbons, representing; the American church, and Cardinal Logue, Primate of all Ireland, calling to remembrance Ireland's patron sai.it the patron saint of .the 'Cathedral, It was moeea a aay oi rejoicing tnrougn-ou- t the hierarchy. Again the Cathedral was telling ito the world the tWumpbant glory of the Catholic faith. It is estimated that 10,000 persons assisted at the mass of consecration while thousands of others were unable to gain admittance The eloquent Archbishop of 8t' Louis, the Moat Rev. John J. Oitfr Bon, delivered the sermon of cou aseration and referred to the Cathe--' oral as "a monument standing com plstety Christian in tts beauty and hmhium: the beat Chat men eonld tmmt their King; wit iro; mjTo as . WTWr ' aav." InHHltneBB JthaHfound v ;?""" tnK'a'"epo'rt, pX T kUC Arrangements Ul Committee for the St. Patricks day celebration was heard and a committee was appointed to arrange to enlist the members and ladles In the move to receive holy communion in a body on Passion Sunday in accordance with the wishes of His Holiness Pope Benedict, who has sot this day aside for the faithful of this country to offer their prayers for world-wid- e peace. Tho programme for tho St. Patrick's day celebration, which will take place in 'Bertram! Hail, is as follows: Opening remarks Very Rev. J. P. Cronln, County Chaplain. Chorus "Come 'Back to Erin," Ladies' Auxiliary Choir. Song Selected, Anna H. Chamberlain. ilrlsh dances John and Brigid "U 3W; maailn EA,yi6&Caujityi Hint wo believed that the grlovnnco ngnlnst tho Romnn hierarchy for Its ngvesslloni in tlilf country would ho settled with bulletn, if it could not ho wot tlidw lib jMiUofcs, and wo still bc- - press delights to roll it as a sweet morsel under Its tongue." Note spelling of vile.) Now read tho following extract from that sheet and see where they stand "Wo have stated mean, so vial, but that the Papal so Keane. Recitation J. Carroll. Quartette "Erin's FIng," James Ken-mare- "By tho River Quartette. introductory remarks Very Rev. T. L. Crowley, O. P. Address "Tho Ireland of Today," Judge, Matt O'Dohorty. Song "I'm Waiting in Erin," Arthur Greve. Chorus Selected, Gregorian A. O. H. ," Choir. Song j Song Selected, Miss Edith Rose Henley. "Kathleen Slavourncen,-Mis- s Mac-ke- y. 'Chorus and finale "Star Spangled Banner," Ladies' Auxiliary. HOPE TO LEAD. Members of Mackln Council held an enthusiastic meeting, when tho organization ot the athletic club was perfected and the following officers choson: Chairman, George J. Thornton; Secretary, William G. Buckel; Athletic Board, George J. Thornton, John R. Barry, L. S. Cunlff, Charles Uihn and A. C. Spayd. Last year Mackln Council was represented In the Twin City League by a strong baseball team and this winter had one, of the beet basketball (teams in the city, having lost but two of the seventeen games played. The young men of Mackln are working hard to place the West 'End on the map In athletics, and hope to be well in the lead at the finish of the coming season. (Manager Hibsoh has called a meeting for tomorrow, afternoon of all who aspire to places on Mac.kin'8 baseball team. He la getting ready for the coming season and asserts that his lineup will not be surpassed by any amateur team in the city. -- ' READY TO BUILD. fr Last Tuesday Vfcar General Cronln submitted plans to Building Inspector 0fiulUvan for the imposing new St, Patrick's parochial school building to be erected on Market street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. The. structure will be(.of stone and brick, two stories high, and is to contain eight claw rooms and a reception ball, with play rooms in the basement. It will cost approximately ff,000 and work on it will begtjr within the next few dart. It 9ra aooommodata 400 Maeoi tinfldMB. aftd m M ' J. Itto , .. , rfi" .?. Jir&i'Ll tiW. attpwir ! . This is a sample of tho language and policy continually advocated by the Peril, and which is very bitter against the Kentucky Irish American because of the expose of Its little plan to locate in Louisville and engender strife among tho citizens while gathering in tho shekels from the ever growing crop of suckers. The following is an extract from tho New York World In regard to King, another fakor of tho Black type, posing as an and continually lauded by the Peril and Menace for his noblo (?) net of going to communities and causing strife between residents while he gathers In the dough and chuckles when he leaves. The World says: "L. J. King, an of tho Catholic faith, delivered a speech last night at tho opening of the conven'Martin Luthor Protestant tion' in the Auditorium, at Ellison and Van Houten streets, Pnterson, N. J. The lecture, which was on 'The Confessional,' was open to mon only. About 1,000 persons woro in tho nudience when King began his Bpeech by putting on tho vestments of a priest and mocking them in tho most scornful of words. It was not long before tho purpose of tho meeting was noised about and n tremendous crowd gathered outside tho building. Soon tho speaker's words wore punctuated by the landing of missies thrown through the windows the splintering of broken glass and the yells of the crowd outside. Mayor Robert H. Fordyce, who had given the permit for the convention against the wishes of many and of one In particular, H. Ennls, a personal representative of Billy Sunday, who is booked to hold a revival in Patterson, called out the whole police force of 125 men and a cordon was drawn about the building. A company of firomen were also ready with a line of hose to keep the mob in hand. Hardly a window was left whole In the building, and the floor and the audience was covered with broken glass." Another phase of this matter(nnd one which the Peril, Menace or any organs neglect to of tho money-onl- y mention, Is that every Protestant minister in Paterson repudiated King and his convention, It developing that he was brought there by an A. P. Ar organization, and as usual collected his money In advance before appearing, not trusting his partners in the affair. The Paterson Press said "The peace and welfaro of the community are broken up by a man from the Middle West, who has no responsibilities to the people of this city; old sores are opened and strife 'is engendered, all ot which will continue lor months after King has left Paterson for nw flaliln nf operation with his pockets lined with thgOPm that he Insists must be advance at the doors of the jBff where he speaks." show the gullibility ot the dupes who payjo hear the abuse and filthy stories of the man of the King and Black typei who claim to be the following la a partial record of King's career: King is a Canadian, being born in New Brunswick; was baptised on 7uae 17, IS'l.r in the, mdertcktown Bufsh. ' .. t ksbmtm any otnsr sara st ex-pri- .ica raw --y , ,; w - VW . 3w.k foreigners, thirteen undesirable priests, almost all Spanish. They were sent to Vera Cruz from Mexico City, where practically all the native Catholic clergy, It Is said, are held In prison by Carranza. Gen. Obregon, tnke the black vellljit the same time It Is declared, arrested them because as Miss Butler, 'fit latter will be St. Croix, San of their failure to deliver a half known In rollgioni58Ister Dorothea. Antonio wejnay goyi to mention million nesbs which he demanded. nunareus or owier uathni-nnme- s ' unless Ciirranza Yield? to the Amerl- RTkaths. . "l!Vi ,. sszsLaizzaKtnj itix o HTwyfcisathfcT-"- -i WtolliSA cansrMBuiBBBBBBWMiHiBne ns- "ir any person wisn Miss Alice McDonald, daughter of the Mrs. Mary McDonald, was laid to the rights of Catholics in TiBBBBBBBBBBlBBllBBBBBBBiiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWe So far rest Monday afternoon, her funeral try," said Bishop Conroy, "1 sign of taking place from St. Patrick's consider that Catholic discov o in Mexico City the Thr60 sisters, Mrs. Joseph were very active here twenty-fchurch. engendered between cleri- r Buckley, 1821 Lytle . street; Mrs. years before Luther's already has lSWTi And after this let us G. Cunningham and Mrs. Charles formation. consider a few of the following resulted in a series ot demonstraWilson, survive her. named who figured prominently in tions In which the military has been Tho funeral of Mrs. Mary Weber, our history Jack Barry, Pulaski. used to restore order. Four men wife of Peter Weber, 1811 Rowan Kosciuscko, LaFayette. A group ipf havo been killed and many wounded. street, was held Tuesday morning Catholic priests in France supplied Gen. Obregon also has notified all from St. Anthony's church, of which LaFayette and his companions with merchants they must contribute 10 she was an esteemed member. Mrs. (he means of assisting their Ameri- per cent, of all staple foodstuffs for years old, can friends. History tells us that use of his army within three days, Weber was forty-thre-e and flvo weeks ago she was stricken Catholics figured prominently in the A levy then will be made on th bankers of the city for five million with heart disease. One son and wars of this country, and conse pesos. Tho bankers displayed such quently we are reasonably permitted three daughters 'survive her. to concludo that Catholics have some hesitancy that ho informed them at to Edward N. Barrett, aged twenty-tw- right in this country. If I wished to- a meeting attended by representatives of all banking houses except a son of Edward and the late know the real spirit of a Catholic Mary Barrett, passed peacefully to ward our flag I would consult his few foreign concerns, the levy would his oternal rest on Friday at his companion In war, and thus avoid nil be spread over1 all business firms, home, 1100 West Oak street. Pop- allusions. Can anyone doubt the forolgn houses not excepted, nnd ular and well loved, the news of his patriotism of the honest Phil Sheri- Mint tho amount which must be paid Instead of death came as a sh'ock to all who dan, Johnson, Gen. Kosecrnnz and would be 10.000,000 5,000,000. Three days was given ns knew him. The funeral was held many others that could be men - tho limit. Monday morning from St. Louis tioned. Let us remember that onesixth of tho Union army woro of Bertrand's church. MAOKIN COUNCIL. Irish extraction and of Mrs. Anna Howley, beloved wife theso were Catholics of othor naMackln Council, Y. M. I., hold a died Friday tionalities that fought in tho same of John W. Howley, night at Pittsburgh, and the romalns war. Statistics tell us that where well attended meeting Monday evenLynn in were brought here, the funeral tak- patriotism, fighting for liberty and ing with President John are concerned Catholic tho chair, mnny of those present bemorning from Justice, ing place Monday tho Cathedral. 'Before her marriage names have always appeared among ing interested In the athletic proMrs. Howley was Mise Anna (Norton. the leaders, for example, Lord Balti- gramme furnished by tho EntertainBesides her husband and daughter, more securing religious liberty in ment Committee, which consisted of a wrestling bout between "One I MJss Frances Howloy, she leaves five Maryland." The speaker read the utterances ot Round" Hogan and Gruber, being brothers and two sisters. men like Washington and Webster In won by tho former; tho next being a Monday morning tho funeral of which the bravery and patriotism of heavyweight affair between Rlhn being August Klein, beloved husband of Catholics were pointed out. He said and Stegers, .the1 decision Mary Klein, 1923 Portland avenue, that the propaganda against the awarded to Rlhn. while the finale d glovo contest- bewas hejd from St. Anthony's church, Catholic church always manifested was a by many mourning friends. Itself about fifteen years after the tween Connelly and McCloud, which attended The Social Club rhe deceased was widely known and close of a war. Mon who fought with was called a draw. euchro and lotto for a number ot years was a mem- tho Catholics knew of their worth to announced a large ber of the "Louisville School Board. tho country and it was necessary that for the week following Easter SunFor tho bereaved wife and family time should dim the valor of their day, President Lynn announced deeds before the attacks could' be that tho Council members would many extend heartfelt sympathy. made. and nuns reecivo holy communion in a body on St. Anthony's church lost another uttered slanders and calumnies for Passion Sunday, March 21. Next faithful and highly esteemed mem- money, said the speaker. He cited Monday evening a basketball game ber when death called Mrs. Eliza- ari instance where passengers on a between the "Fats" and tho "Leans" beth Gohraann, wife of Albert street car In a large city were hor- Is scheduled for the evening's featGohmann, 240C .West 'Walnut street, rified at seeing a nun enter and carry ure whose funeral was held Tuesday on a bold "flirtation with the men SUFFERS NERVOUS ATTACK. morning. Surviving her aTe one aboard. When she left the car two daughter, Sister 3Iary Decaurdes, of men followed her. She entered a 'E. J. O'Brien, Jr., son of the well the Ursullne Convent; two sons, convent and took off her disguise. Arthur and Hent Aulenbrock; three The men who followed saw it was a known tobacco buyer, suffered a sisters, .Mis Catherine Aulenbrock, man and what they did to him led severe nervous attack last Sunday at Mrs. iE. J. Welnmann and Mrs. L. J. to a call for the hospital ambulance. his homo, 1821 West Jefferson Brusselbach, and two brothers, Her- Competent authorities of the Prot- street, and for a few days his condiman Aulenbrock, of this city, and estant church, said the Bishop, have tion was very serious. On ThursHenry Aulenbrock, of Los Angeles, Investigated similar incidents and day, however, there was a decidedly have found Importers back of It all. ravorable change for the better, with Cal. He said that if Catholics were to every indication for his complete and His legion of Stricken pn "Monday, night of last perpetrate such deeds against the speedy recovery. greatly alarmed week; at his home, 14 South Third Protestant churches they wouta soon friends, whp were street, 'Elmer Smith, aged twenty-fiv- learn that It eould not be tolerated. over the first reports of his illness, will rejoice to learn of his improved died four daya later of peri- and it shouldn't be tolerated. If the charges made against the condition, tonitis. Deceased was the eon of Mr. asked thti and Mrs. George ii. Smith, 1013 Catholics are ,true, GAME. West) Market streetl and since boy- speaker, why are they not brought hood, 'had been wtfh the Western before the courts and made to suffer The game las Saturday evening Union Telegraph Company, advanc- the penalty the law decrees. But ing until he became one of Us there are many men between the basketball team of St. office managers. Left to mourn his ampng the Protestant, churches, con- Mary's College, and St. Lous Berdeath, are his wife,t who before her tinued Bishop Conroy, who do not trand's team of this city resulted in cam an overwhelming victory for the colmarriage was Miss Bllsabeth approve of the Downs, of Tarlorsvllle; his parents paign. He.read extracts from prom- lege boys, who simply smothered the n to and three brothers, George, Daniel inent Protestant clergymen to hear locals by a score of and Clarence Smith. He was a out his assertion. If the n church twelve The game was played at S,t. nephew ot IPaHes . Michael J. were overthrown, he assarted, the Mary's in the presence of a large Bawloy, af the street police country would lose its strongest bnl- - audience, ffltawalskt and Kost starredi ttsttonv Bis took place Lwark for law and order and its great for the eoneglnne, while Hogan eft nrotectlon saralnst ancsjnHaiions Bnift pfcmML the 'best tor t! Honda V ntaaJMic to t m Louisiana,-Sacramento, 1 . Mr and Mrs. George J, Butler leave todny for St.Catherine's Convent in Marion cousty, where tomorrow thoir daughteHKvnnn will take the black veil, thusjbecoming a full member of the Sisterhood of the Dominican order. Mils Butler before her entry Into theK order was a popular member ,o(' the circlo In which she moved, blng graced with beauty and cultured She concluded to devote her Ilfejto teaching, and Joined the Dominican Sisterhood with the consent ffif her parentis Thirteen other yoaag women will Establishing tho right of the Catholic church to exist in this country by showing that tho discovery, tho defense and development of America was accomplished 'for the most part by Catholics, and making an eloquent and unbiased plea for fair play, Right Bev. Bishop Conroy delivered a masterly sermon on "The AgitaPresent Day tion" at St. Mary's Cathedral, The discourse throughout was purely argumentative. Extracts from history, citations of the unfair tactics employed by critics of the church, presentation of tho question, Should peoplo who have been friends for life become antagonized by religious discord, those were the points that formed tho context of a discourse that could not but impress every honest thinker on the subject. "Catholics were the first to set foot on American soil," said Bishop Conroy. "The first boat bearing tho earliest human being to this shore was that of a Catholic, Columbus. The money and equipment was furnished by the Catholic Queen of Spain, Isabelin. Tho Catholic cross was planted here by Columbus. Thus we may peruse tho early history ot the United States nnd therein read many names of prominent Roman Catholics, such as Amcricus Vespucci, John Cabot nnd Ponco de i.eon. Agnln wo may consider the 'names of places, and noto tho fre quency oi me uamouc name, ror ex amplean Frnnci&co, St. Augustino, Antl-Cathol- lc Mayor Buschemeyer last Saturday named the Vice Commission for Louisville, nnd upon all sides aro heard expressions approving his selections, who aro as follows; Rev. Dr. E. L. Powell, pastor of tho First Christian church; Attorney S. Washer, President of the Young Men's Hebrew Association; the Rev. .Father George Schtihmann, pastor of St. John's Catholic church; L. W. Botts, Vice President of the Fidelity and Columbia Trust Company, and Col. H. Watson Lindsoy, Chief of Police. Mayor Buschemeyer spent several months In deciding upon representative men for the commission, securing from each an acceptance before announcing his appointments. "None of tho mon sought tho appointment," he said. "None of them wanted to serve, but I outlined to them tho patriotic aspect of tho situation and nil agreed to serve." Speaking of tho commission and its work, Dr. Powell said: "I think Mayor Buschemeyer's selections were good. There Is a Roiman Catholic, a Jew, a Protestant, a business man and the Chief of Police, making a highly representative body." Bon-Jamin ORGANIZE- - LAWLESS MEXICO. Vera Cruz correspondent informed the Associated Press that when the Montevideo, a Spanish UneV. sails from there on the day following-therwill go on her, deported as Under date of February 23 its e oiiiiiiiiiiHvTh antl-cleric- ed o, nine-tent- hs three-roun- ed It has been rumored for the past several days that the HalyBeckham-Rhe- a combination had decided on their dark horse for the Democratic nomination for Governor in tho person of rllarry V. McChesney, or Frankfort, and that he would mako his official announcement next week, his namo having been sent out as a "feeler" some time ago to (est his strength with tho average voter. Coupled with the rumor is the story that Gen. Percy or Purcell will arrango a slate for the primary, which ho and his associates merely consider a matter of red tape, believing that the voters will meekly swallow orders and vote for tho chosen ones In tho primary and then stir up enthusiasm for them In the November election. As for tho matter of platform or principles, that is a secondary consideration, and the Democratic aprty must accent whn' tho powers that bo direct, tho election boing only an arrangement tho machlno whereby tho operators can reward their satellites or p'unish Democrats who dared raise ithelr voice In the government of tho party. Now in rebuttal of this, as the lawyers would say, the Louisville Times sounded the warning tho other day, nnd which warning Is being echoed by every Democratic paper in the State, ito the effect that the Democratic party this time must stand for something besides the label and that the nominees for State offices must not be chosen simply because they have alwny been good Dcmocrnts and never bolted thoUflL?t. voting fa ditlon of afairs existed In liJBTier a ticket was nominated ' made up" principally of miachino selections, with the result that Augustus E. WIHson was elected Governor by a majority of 17,000, and of that majority ho received 12,000 right here in Louisville, mnny Independent Democrats revolting against the nominees, while the entire Independent voto went to the Republican ticket. As an evidence that this was a rebuko to the party dictators Congressman Sherley the year following, 1908, won in this district by a Democratic majority of 2,000 with the entire (Federal, Stato and city administrations against him. . Tho counsel of tho Times is but the same admonition being given by the entire Democratic press, and if the HalyiBeckham machine persist in their efforts to mako the Domocratlc ticket a selection of their personal choices with the label of the Democratic rooster as ths party platform, then the storyy of 1907 will be repeatod. Tho Republican party. is once again united, the prominent Ball Moosers falling over themselves to again line up with the G. O. P., anil tho Louisville 'Herald Is paying much attention to the different gatherings of the Republican party, intending to gradually get back Into Hhe good graces of the leaders. Then again the Republican party in this district is sure ot financial help from the National Committee, which is pay--J ing close attention to the parity's affairs In every State, Therefore It tho (Democratic party to behooves select a Stato ticket headed by men who can command itho Independent vote, and these men should be ones in whom tho publio can trust to hare the affairs of our State handled in a manner satisfactory toall, Tho Democratic party in this district can be depended upon to nominate a ticket that will command this support, the men offering for the Judiciaries being strong and capable, and with these to head the ticket the party is sure to hold its own no matter what the competition. ' But they should not be handicapped with a list ot State candidates selected by machine methods and who will only be governed by.Hhelr master's voice. Judge Mulr is the first to announce for Judge, aspiring to the bench of the Common Pleas branch ot the Fourth division, and his efforts in the last two campaigns in behalf of the party tickets has won him many supporters in the coming primary. MdsMPMntasatfl ' Wals-sing- er e, ONR-StDB- D LAID TO RE8T. The remains of Mrs. Ellen Keegan, a former well known, and loved member of tho Sacred Heajs parlst were brought here fcjBrlai, t funeral taklne Sacred Ttear-g- " Fal Patrick , fair-mind- ed BmnNii'i the toi well whjl Jm .Wilie jHom anti-Cathol- ic fifty-seve- ffipfJSff jk &'. E.NTU6KY IRISH. AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. RntvM to the Sclal IMTUCKY awl Moral UramcmMUtfl klh Aatrtcm sal Csetks Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ol Hibernians, Ywag Mea's Institute and CathoHc Knights ol America. IWIH AMKBtOAN PWINTINQ CO., Incorporated, Py. Habere is ISCKIPTION PRICK, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR Irses H Batert 4 tfct U hyHta PertrtHf m 8w CesmMUstleas te tb KIKTUCKY IMSH AMOUCAN, ntf J-- MIbs Katie Cummlngs has been S1NOU3 CUFY gc visiting her summer home at Bards-tow- n Junction. r. Waalter J. Pllson, tho local vocalWest Orm St. ist, has been laid up with an attack of rheumatism. FJ tertaining MIsb Gannelton. Miss Alice Casper wz.jEJXixxcJzrs: 1111111111 rSH JkMUEtXOAJX. ill 111 m it i n ii i n i ii m m I What Does Pay Day Mean to You? 1 n i ii 111 1 1111 11 1 1 CASINO AND ORP: THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR Hi These arc the Leading- - Moving Picture Houses tn Louisville, Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. Presenting only the standard productions, historic, dramatic and comic. ;; has been enEva Mario Casper, of ' ,, ' '. ' . Do you upend carelessly thinking only of tliolncxt pay en- vclope to cc me? An account with this Safe, Conservative Bank ; ; win stop tn j icara. it win maKc ono mtnuiui or tiie little ex pcndlturcs liitl moro careful of the largo ones. With money In bank on "Pay Day" tho desire to see it T grow largei urges you to add io it right straight along. "Wo give you safety and 3 per cent on .time, and savings X ', ;O0-Ycnr accounts. Aresflp2flc(wwcM.)i Miss Nancy Mooney was a recent visitor wit'h 'Mrs. J. M. Kennedy at Pleasure Ridge. Mrs. J. Bryan was the guest for a week of her sister, Miss Josephine loan Murphy, in Frankfort. GERMAN ' State-Governme- INSURANCE Supervision. 1 BANK! 11 FOR THAT Undir the Big Clock Second and. Market. nt LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY. MARCH 6, 1915. It H M "H4 t ill 11 1 ! 111 H HI III M I EASTER SUI see! ' to She has been compelled money to Greece, Russia, France, Miss Virginia Watson visited there appeared Roumanla, Japan, Servla and Monte Rirdstown last week, tho guest v In a recent Issue some figures which tell a story negro to keep them in the field ot Mrs. (Richard Edelen. gratifying to Catholics, but painful equip them for war. If her bankers was In Mrs. Phil B. to the antls. These figures tell of hesitate to advance the money de- Shepherdsvllle Thompson visiting week Catholic church manded each power threatens to her sister, Mrs. last Lutes. the growth of tho Oro In this country In tho past decade, make separate peace, and England 13 Miss Sudle OIBryan went to New during which titno nine States wore forced to finance tho whole war and Of keep on doing it in order to savo Hope last week to visit her parents, Catholic column. added to the Mr. and Mrs. Sidney O'Bryan. States in the Union horself. tho forty-eigtwenty-nin- e nineteen are Catholic and Mrs. L. McCloy, of Clifton, has Eliminating WILL- RE UNDERSTOOD. returned from a visit to her sister, are Protestant. Mrs. Floyd Burns, in Lexington. the necro DODUlation, most of which If tho .immigration bill becomes fHa Protestant, it appears that tho of FairMrs. James McKenna, ot majority of tho citizens of this prominent In tho next session has Congress it will be easy to under- field, with returned Infrom a month's Minneapolis. country are Catholic 16,000,000 WHAT FIGURES SHOW. ht - TRINITY COUNCIL. J. I CITY LEE STERNBERG & CO, friends visit stand tho cause of such prominence and tho motive. Congressman Claude Mrs. James Conway, Boiling aveKltchin, tho new Democratic floor nue, had as her guest tho past week Chicago. leader, and successor to Senator Mrs. (Blanche Conway, of Underwood, is a member of the Miss Hazel Sullivan, of New Al ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Junior Order of United American bany, spent tho past week with Miss Lillian Sullivan at Salem, Ind. ened. Among tho colored people Mechanics. good missionary work Is being dono Mrs. John P. Hanley, of Crescent PUZZLING. Hill, has been spending the week and many of that race aro Joining notes that visiting friends In Parte and Frank Tho Catholic Citizen tho church and tho next census, ten years hence, will tell no doubt of both tho lower house of the Arkansas fort. Dollars. even a greater Increase In tho num Legislature and the lower house of spent laBt Mrs. Lizzie Cushman Until Store ber of Catholics In tho United States tho Colorado Legislature have with- week at Mitchell, Ind., visiting the in recent weeks passed convent family of her brother, iBernard and this in spite of persecution. & CO. inspection bills. We know that such McAfee. Closes Tonight. MEANS ANOOTER CHECK. measures originate with bigoted of 2817 MIbs Viola Sweeney, societies; but wo secret Is visiting friends and Tho House Committee on Educa- - do not know tho reasons or motives Third avenue. relatives In Nashville and Jackson "BEAUTIFUL IRELAND." lon has favorably reported the bill which Induce legislators, presumably vlllc, Tenn. to create the University of the United fairly freo from bigotry, to voto for The above Is the title of tho littlo Mrs. Disney Ryan and children. volume just placed on sale here, tho States. This is tho beginning of tbs such bills. of South Louisville, have returned author being Very Rev. T. x,. Crow M movement to put education under Third and Market. visit to relatlvos ley, pastor of St. Louis Bertrand's from a week-en- d tho control of tho Government and SMOOTH WORK. at JJardstown. 'IBeautlful Ireland" church, and to create a monopoly of education. contains a description of !tho trip Tho editor of tho Louisville HerMiss Mary Foley and John Foley, through Ireland In an automobile in not pass at this session The bill did Valloy, were week-en- d of Congress, but It will come up ald, wlflle criticising Henry Watter-so- n of Peweo Mr. and Mrs. John Doherty 1012 by the author and his uncle, THE $1.00 BOX DELUXE Rev. iD. O. Crowley, LL. D., of San for his attack ou the German guests ofAlbany. again. It Is the entering wedge. Tho The most popular cooking device in In Now Francisco. The .book contains hand- dangers of a Government monopoly cause, pursues tho same course in a eomeJvalf-ton- o illustrations of many (our oaturaay special) is the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, Mrs. J. Alton Kolb, of Cherokeo oi ir.o nisioric spots inrougn of education aro many. Some of moro subtle way. , Irethe most remarkable Flower bakes perfectly and consumes the least road. Is recovering (from her recent land and tho story of the travels is them were pointed out by Bishop Next Wednesday and Friday tho Illness, much .to the gratification oj ,101(1 in a most delightful and inter value obtainable. possible amount of gas. Bowling in his able address at tho y estlng way. Among- the famous nor many lncnua. Other BOXES DE LUXE Crelghton University Founders' day Salvntlon Army will sell clothing and It is made to Irtst. S places visited were the Lakes of at $2.00 aad $3.00. poor. ago. It will supplies donated for tho Cronan, who .'.Vos tho Klllarney, MuckrossiAbbey, Maynooth Mrs. 'Pat banquet a few weeks Gonpoas with every purpoor aro being guest of Mr, and M S. Robert- Seminary, Cork, Glengarlff and Cas- chase. be a Borry day for this country when Meanwhile the needy may Kd- returned to tIetownjBoare, and at the latter place Investigated, the Citizens' Committee son in New A Place Yonr Orders Friday for nrJvate Initiative along educational fcer Cnn,t, the travelers were the guests of tho dolnsr Ihls for, charity's salsc. This her ho Delivery Saturday. rr ,7v"Ji uiira,t-r VTtcierrtrtioT0?fiftrsrnluiia7" wliunr tone tho Junction ot uoing si Hannephm, of tho both made short addresses. The 215 PSievard,. entertained Miss writer also tells of their visit to tho Then llborty will rt,j The ai Glasford, of the Highlands, House of Commons, wliere they met not long remain to our people. Slnct 1873 lig the week end. up St. I'atn Hon. John Redmond In person, the sup- blow Tho different States already THE FLOWERS SHOP AT eligible for members!!? older Father Crowley "being a perport at least a score of largo uniwas sonal acquaintance. This little book Mrs Dora O Donnell, who 5SO S. FOURTH AVENUE. "patriotic" socl the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred would bo an appropriate souvenir versities. It Is not to be expected our Kraft in 'Kosmosdale, lias returned for some one as a token on St. Patthat a national university will enSCHOOL TO RE BLESSED. KNMTS OP to her homo in New Albany. rick's day. gage In a different line of work bo as not to compete with them. The Tomorrow will go down In hisPolice Capt. M. J. Hogan and JEFFERSONVI LIE. proposed national university would tory as one of tho greatest days con- Prank Coblens left Sunday night for jate News That Will Interest nected with Holy Crosa church and Hot Springs, where they will rest be only one more school, at tho best. parish, ono that will live long in tho Miss Mary Elizabeth Cole, aged 713-71- 5 recuperate for about ten days. SOUTH Members Here and ElseSTREET one of the foest known and At the worst, It would mean that memory of tho residents of the West TtltpfeoMS well beloved women in Jofferson-vlllCbb6., S. 2!Bi. Host, City 2399. National Government is under- End. Tho occasion will "bo the blesswhere. the William J. Brady, the plumber, died at the homo taking a function for which the ing by the .Right Rev. Bishop Denis who 'has been laid up with an in- mother, Mrs. Mary Carroll, of her in tho O'Donaghue of tho new Holy Cross jured limb, was removed to St constitution makes no provision, school Sherman House, on Wednesday d and Broad- Joseph's Infirmary on Tuesday. at The oredr has now over 330,000 morning. The funeral took placo 1 1 M"I"M"M"M H"l"H"l"M"H"M-I-fr- fr I education has been way, which will take place at 4 Heretofore II i"M"I"H"H"I H Friday morning from St. Augustine's members. wisely left to the various States and o'clock In tho afternoon. Tho conAlbert D. Gregg, who recently church, of which deceased had been Greeley, Neb., will havo a big to thoso private organizations that gregation will assemble at the went to Cleveland, was here on o a most devout member during her spring initiation. 3 o'clock, and after solbusiness trip this week and paid 0 entire life. A large number of sorchoose to engage in it. Now it Is church at Texas has thirty-on- e councils and by emn vespers and rowing friends attended the ob about 5,000 members. proposed to build up a national Very Rev. Janlea a sermon V. the visit to some of his old friends. G., P. Cronln, sequies and many a prayer was of nilversity which In time will neces- - the Right 'Rev. IBIshop Denis O'Don There was a good Initiation on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weiss re- 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, up for tho repose of tho soul Sunday at McCook, Neb. a, whole system of national aghue, D. D., assisted by tho rev- turned last week after being the fered fslraie of Miss Cole, who was a most ' erend clergy present, will proceed to guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. loveablo character, devoting will The Texas Stato convention education. In tho view of tho Truo her life now Voice, it will mean another check bless the will school edifice, an'd th Magruder at Lebanon Junction. to tho caro of others. Mrs. Mary conveno In Galveston on May 11. ceremony bo dosed with With tho initiation after Easter Carroll, eighty-seveanother of tlio upon the freedom of education. of tho iBleesod Sacrament. Martin ConnifC has been wearing council at Richmond, Ind., will open for a benignant smile since tho visit of deceased, has the sympathy of the the over 200 members. Tho building will then be entire community In itho loss of her havo CONVINCING. the Inspection of the public. Holy the Stork and the arrival of a pretty Is Tho Stato Lecture Bureau has ar Cross school is a massive building girl baby at his home, 1212 South devoted daughter. Miss Cole Climb. Main 209S.n Homo City 309S X survived by two brothers, James E. ranged a programme of two lectures Another splendid argument in of brick and stone, with Spanish Floyd street. Colo and John E. Cole, former City for every county In Nebraska. favor of the parochial school was Imperial tile roof, has six large class Marshal of Joffersonvillo, and by St, Augustln Council of New York rooms on spacious Hoortz, who has numerous other relatives. She was a closed Mrs. Georgo evidenced this past week in tho re- auditoriumtho .first floor, afloor and season a the on the second boon seriously 111 for several weeks, niece of 'Michael and James W. complimentary dinner for Its with newly-wedtHHVtWiWUiVVHWWWVVUUWHWUUHtWMHVMUVWtnui port of School Superintendent W. P: a basement under the whole build- has almost entirely recovered, to King, of Newport, Ky.' The statis- ing, which Is 110x03 feet. The good the great relief of her family and Sweeney, tho foundrymen HOME PHONE 88 GUM1JEIILAND MAIN 3971.y March 17 tho council at Concord, tics showed that 15 per cent, of al people of Holy Cross have worked many friends. GO TO FLORIDA. Maine, will be twenty years old, faithfully tho erection of this the boys in tho public schools aro new school inand when the occasion will bo specially a great deal Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Klefer Mayor and Mrs. John H. Busche-mey- celebrated. religious training: another of credit for the deserve they have without sacrifices announce the engagement of their ,Col. Frank McCrath, local 15 per cent, have had religious made in tho cause of Christian eduTho Knights of Wilmington, Del., daughter Josephine to Joseph J. Democratic training but do not attend church, cation. This school will stand as a Elsenbels. Tho wedding will take son Robert 'Chairman, and his little havo launched their building fund left yesterday for St. purpose being the 70 per cent, reporting that they at monument to tho zeal and energy of place In June. Petersburg, Fla for a three weeks' campaign, the$50,000 home. the Rev. Father Celestine Brey. the stay. They will Join tho little col- erection of a tend church. Twelve per cent, of pastor, as it insures tho preservation Bishop Farrelly will officiate at the Mrs. Frank J. Schuster, of ony of Uoulsvlllo peoplo there, the, bgys in the sixth grade were of the faith of the young, who in ontertained a number of among whom are Col. and Mrs. opening and closing exercises and cigarette smokers and 10 per cent, years to come will erect a church trie'nds at an elaborate dinner Sun James Impart the blessing- at the retreat for P. Whallen, Mrs. Frank HHUVmWMVWUUmMMUUUWUVHHlVtMHWWWUHUM ot the boys between the third and that will ho the glory of that section day evening in honor of her hus tho Knights of Cleveland, and Mrs. John FJynn. of tho city. band's birthday. The Oswego Knights havo pureighth grades admitted that some chased the Tanner building for FEDERATION'. one in authority countenanced their INCREASES - ACTIVITY. Mrs. (James T. Larkln and daugh $31,000, and will convert it Into one being on the streets as late as 11 ter, Mrs. Clinton Koerner, and chilThe regular monthly meeting of of tlio finest homes in New York Meetings of Division 1, A. O. H o'clock. i! Mrs. are marked liy Increased activity, dren andfrom a W. Koerner have the Jefferson Catholic Federation State. two w'eeks' stay will be held next Thursday night in returned During Lent tho Knights of and it seems almost certain tn'at be- with Mrs. William Kennedy and NO DIFFERENCE. the hall of thefKnighta of Columbus Omaha visit a different church each fore tho next report to tho National on Fourth street, near York. Busi- week. There are 700 members in Board the membership will be Mrs, W. Larkln in Frankfort. AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Germany allowed the United doubled. At the meeting on Thursness of interest will be presented for that city and their action constitutes Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carr and action and also a number of reports, a sermon. States to send food and supplies to day night of last week there Was Intherefore in Belgium augurated a membership contest that daughter ofand Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and delegates the officers call upon the O'Nell, Jetfersonvllle, and Miss all who can to ho present. IN BOSTON BUILDING. wWl while England forbids this coantrr teamecontinue until July a, the rival Mollle Boyer were entertained at to be announced by President methods to Mark Ryan next Thursday nljrht. Sunday dinner by Mr. and Mrs. and uses PIANO RHOTTATj. tMies Rose Sweeney and .Miss FanBOTH PHONES 810. enforce its order of not allowing Two tappHo&MoM for membership Thomas Crawford while visiting at nie Kennedy have opened a dressThe pupils of Holy Ttosary Acad- making establishment in the Boston this country to even m food and were received and with others pend- Charlestown. emy will entertain wkh a piano re- building, Fourth Btreet, near 'WalIn ing will make a nice class for the .supplies io the; jnlttaMon. William J. Chawk, of South Floyd cital on Monday evening, March IB, nut, and invite their friends to give coming. The Visiting some of John Bull's Committee Germany. Will Martjn reported J. street, arrived home Sunday evening at Bertrand Hall., Among thoselwho them a call. Both are 'well known paid press agents please explain the Cuelck, James Dugan, Thomas Drie-eo- ll from his long business trip through will take part ai e Misses Mildred and popular girls in Catholic social JOrmagarde Knebelkamp oircles. boh having' served as offi and, Thomas Matier atttl on the the Northwest and Is now busy be- Menne, Jfference between a starving Bel- Margaret pretty iKneb lkamp, andHtatarving German family? rick list. A pleasing report 'was coming acquainted with a during Thelma Marie Zl 'gler, Helen Zlegler, cers in the" Ladies' Auxiliary, A. Ov Hiokey, H. HATS CLEANED AND PRESSED made on tfte approaching pt. 's little liaby girl who arrived lid go up from the Etta iSriHlvan, iary B. Callahan, day eeWbrarlon, all 'members his absence. Germany used beng urged io make the- anntmi Helen Brown, tHebecoa iBroderlok, BIRTHDAY SURPItlSB. ' (Miss Margaret Marie Pfeifer, J tatfa Xeaney,. Herter wan given a Devotional Book For Lent LOUVAIX OPSNIXG. isure or did communion at St. Patrick's church. Wagner am OlynuMackln. The delightful birthday surprise at her Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Martin Your Milan Hemp and Panama Mourning Cards, Prayer pa Baek Gavin, Daniel McCarthy and others iMonsIgnor Deplolge, President! of Holy 'Rosary on hestra will- - be a home Ih New Albany,, on Thursday Hats from last soaaoa. Briug evening of last week by Miseea rriniea in Jiagiisn orueraaaa language. started a discussion for the welfare Louvatn University, had an audience feature of the 91 igrainmes. uy iaiB lu us kuu we win JenefcU fimlth, Lucille Sweeney, Pictures, Scapular Medals, Reariet, of the division ttiat may result in a with the Pope, at which he "exand reshape tbcm in Uie latest ICatfcertae 'Foley, A)tne Schad, Irm Prayer Books.' grand reunion entertainment. 4BT LONG. spring styles. Oar prices plained the extent of the damage to 8cbrf, Agnea Burke, Margret - Bvery Devotional Article oa Hand, The Pontiff was the college. 75c and $1.00 Robert J. horn, editor and pub BkUr, Bather Kreba, and Mewtrt. gceatfy Impressed and much jfrteved BxiosrnoN invocation. over thejStory told by Moofiynor lisher of the AJferieaa Citlsen, an Don Middle, or Louisville, BWward jTMstyftve sow styles te select from. wefely published in Atlard, Oeorge Buche, 8tanley The invocation at the osenlne of Depleige fcad promised to raise the Rochester, waa aureeted last week Wehser, Clarence Tost, MaurtM Rogers Church Goods Co. nmos to rewur ma City Straw Worksj ie raBMnaa-r-ocKu wsmkkm uwein. uianoe wawMm, aid libel at r 130 S. FOURTH AVB. n!W.Jflsfwm Nensi wary rem ana ' oolfe. Catholics and 15,000,000 Protestants. In the South Catholics are low' In comparison to thoB of tho North and East, but tho number Is increasing and tho additions to tho church come from tho ranks of tho enllght antl-Cathol- lc contracts were awarded for tho erection of their gymnasium, and stated that, tho work would start tho next day. In accordance with the com mittee's promise the work was started Tuesday morning, and tho lot in the rear of their building has been a busy place since. It is expected that tho addition will bo completed by Juno 1. Ono of the principal features In the new addition will bo will bo tho gymnasium, which 45x110 feet, making it ono of the largest in the city. Applications for membership aro being received at each meeting, and when tho now ad dltion Is completed Trinity expects bo have an initiation with a class ot 200 members. B. J. Osterholt, Chairman of the Euchre Committee, reported that his committee, expects to glvo a euchre and lotto about April 21. It was also announced that next Monday evenng a wrestling match will bo given during tho progress of tho meeting by Joseph Weber and Robert Kaiser. On the same evening B. J. Osterholt will do liver an Interesting lecture. Ar rangements 'have been made for tho members to receive holy communion In a body at St. Aloyslus church on Sunday morning, March 28. Trinity Council, Y. M. I., had ono of ithe most Interesting meetings in a long time last Monday evening, when tho Building Committee reported that on Saturday evening I Men's Tailors Who Always Make Your Suits to Suit.' Suits From $18 Up. Phone City 3655. 526 W. MARKET ST. 170G-- 7 and Youth's $10 MAIN 972 Suits For BUTTON BROS. BROOK AND MARKET. We can save you money by trading with us. Give us a trial and we can prove it. For prices see Evening Post and Times., Our goods are fresh and quality guaranteed. We bake daily a full line of bread and pastry. Delivery to all parts of city. 5 mmk EUREKA JOHN H. SHINE The QUALITY Flour LEVY'S NEW ALBANY. IND. QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE 1 - jmI JACOB SCHULZ COLUiR GEHER x-:"- X'l west Market S' i DR. J. T. CHAWK Veteri ary Infirni ary. S f fifty-nin- e, e, SHpNTH A4MMc,frKk-'''0'- Thirty-secon- DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT bene-dlctlo- n n, Funeral Directors and Embalmersl BOTH IHOII3;s. pro-Lent- en s. er J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. Oak-dal- e, - Mc-Gra- th 822 3Bo.st JVJCain -- street. f GRAN W. SMITH'S SON- Director I Funeral and Embalmer ! high-hand- ed I 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREETJ Pt-rielt- - Mar-gbr- et ia.iik cw, . THr antl-Cattiol- lc M te miwuitr LjawsroxjoiKY ILE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertiser whose announcements th find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. PHOTOGRAPHS. xi jBALBOA Mnric the Discovery Thnt llnd Lonu Been Problem in SAVANNAH. How Thnt Diocese Boasts of a ISinliop "Who Became a GERMAN BANK FRANK FEHR BREWING WXPORaTED 0 SHALE BRICK MADE BY Cardinal. Rendered Distinguished Service to the Church Here and in Europe. Mfrr. Perslco Discharged Deli'ssBBBBnaKWlHaYllHHb' I Spain. BBBsaffiKflu! flf STBFFEN8' STUDIO, 054 Bteffens' Fourth ATCnoe. Both Phones. Photographs Speak Themselves. Clny Products Co. are the BEST BRICK MADE IN JEFFERSON COUNTY for Snles Office: 1010 Intcr-SoutBldg - Coral Jlirigo MffwH b. Sighted the Pncific uiitl Planted tile Cross on Its Shores. Not Allowed to En joy Full Hon- 1 v CELEBKATED EXTKA BRAT AVURST Incorporated 923 GEIOER STREET Home Phone 1802 and 377 Cumb. Phone Main i ASK TOTXB JHEAXER rOB, IT ENGRAVEKS B01IMCII ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky 835 W. MaJn St., Home Phone City 6674 WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS T.. P. BOBKWASSEB 00. NEW ALBANY BRANCH VIncennes and Oak Streets ACCESSORIES AUTOMOBILE --.VULCANIZING DISTRIBUTORS Federal Tires FALLS 377 cate MiKsion as Papal to Ireland. Kn-vo- y Fifth and Market Sts. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. ors For Mis Great Discovery. CITY VULCANIZING 1101 East Broadway Free Service CO. PRISONER IN THE AGRA FORTRESS LEFf SPAIN A. 0. H. AS A STOWAWAY Brewers and Bottlers LomsvmDE. KY. AUTOMOBILE TIRES I LLL pp Puncture Proof Pneumatic TIDEC IKLJ 700 V. BROADWAY Manufacturers of Sacks for Flour Mills, Grain Dealers, Produce Men, Fertilizer, SLICED BACON Ice, eta Write for price "All Ready for Your Griddle In tho Dried Grain, you may 'want in the Sack on anything line. MorninE" J. S. WALKER & Co., HAMS. LARD, SAUSAGE 211 W. Main Street, Louisville, Ky. LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Long Distance Telephone Connections (Incorporated.) "SOUTHERN STAR" BAGS. STRUCTURAL IRON WORKS. Foundry and Machine Shop. GRAINGER & CO., Incorporated Tenth Street, Louisville, Ky. IRON AND HEAVY HARDWARE. IRON CO., Incorporated W. Main street. Carriage and Wagon Woodwork and Hardware TODD-DONIGAN 800-81- 8 CASKETS AND UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIES. (Wholesale Only.) NATIONAL CASKET CO., Incorporated Eleventh and Magazine Streets. DISTILLERS. incorporated 720-78- 0 W. Main Street. Kentucky Weller, Old Barbee. Fay-Mu- s, RegJ. C. W. Whiskies. Sole Owners Main istered Distillery No. 32. Phones 2586-City 6253. JOHN T. BARBEE & CO., CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION NE of Work Cjjon Co. CONCRETE BLO COLUMNS, ART Estimates on All Classei Both Phones, -- Seaa: 961 Hamilton A RlTTER-inaNNIN- iua CO. " Hay and Receivers and Shippers Grain. Manufacturer: of Shur. Pleez Poultry and Stdck Feeds Hay. Grain, Flour and! Mill Feed Chas. A. Cyphers' Nef Buffalo Incubators and Bnpders LOUISVILLE, -- 1ft", & PLATING BRASS WORKS Incorporated G44 E. JEFFERSON 7U7 lk. City CastBronze, Brass and ings. Model Making aid Machine Work. Bath Boom rixtur and Stove Castings Nickel Plated aid PoUfUed. Brass Beds and Jardlnlerefl All Kinds of Old Metal Wat Mado Hew. JAMES A. McOIMj. Sec'y-Trea- s. and CetVj Mgr. AMERICAN J "The Place "Vlicro Old Clothes Are Mado to Look LIko New.' SPALDING DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. CO itoxjjv BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA r WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. i H. McKeima, Distiller, Fairfield, Kv. God's Herbs Heal The Sick Wwtw-l- kJ arproiiftht tu Htrbi or tu jum ".uiiii tho fiatioBB"liaiffMMravr. Ktad your BU)( rrcUsUa It It Catted WittTbe AH W These Wwrferfyl Rwt AadlUr fetter Br What Has fott art w4Catboll, and fled out foryourir. tihlol i7,Jttt irtiiMiiMivincut err, ) tu, JM)i,aibt,n41HhT6rMl3ali ehrj lr, tb, 6tfa. feh irwl Ifttti Wtd, be wll and aire! 1 , prtpw with prt, Mist Uh EtMta141 aa JfcrU taj Masftftar. ChrtM of TImi ownrupfj dlMs reitop hllw la n Mitrtufclr ifcortHit- - ma u (lodUfproutMM. MiWftU blood rich a4 !); MB&otft&Itt, rUuo The Very First Dm, li do,, tbM wonAtrf ill Ton bWrnMTtlilinprltifl. vnu, f.llctUrfrotq thflrM p on EMiinr wmr r,or.a iop.rE.ri n.jin. Oom mna Writ WitJ B.J H.ri.lH.1.-- ' mj tHU b..k "lb. t Ca IttollillitXi.riDeof lafTtrlfiif tua u4oMi.iiiitokTa flarliii itca fcMU half l.,W'r.4 to llMltta kttot 11UU StomMh and KldD.y tnrabtvl. ftloud atoUMtlim. rolica, tunc troobtt, Drepif, N.nrosf Frortntlan, fwiJ. Oli.il.lBl., .to. Toa will n)IMM low M you Unit you will l.t Brim-vi- a 10 to tb. mathif uoa w14 tef. ng m ta U4w.ll Wftric Wrote; From rr Dltt, si. CHARLIC WHITCMOON, TSS W. BROADWAY, LOUISVIUC. KT. Thomas Keenan. explorers had reported as being s d Thomas Tarpy. plentiful. Among these Spaniards was Rodrigo do Bastldas, expedition which he DIVISION 2. and the Meets iFIrst Wednesday Llcderkranz equipped, although unpretentious, SHOE REPAIRING was destined to result in one ot tho Hall, Sixth and Walnut. most Important achievements ot tho AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING President Joseph Lynch. entire period of exploration the Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. COMPANY discovery of tho (Pacific ocean and 'Recording Secretary John T. 111 West Market Street ' the establishment of the fact that Keaney. Xonlsville, By. Home Phone. City 53S1 Secretary Edward J. America was a continent. young man Financial Old Shoes Made New. Work Done According to legend a Keiran. While Ton Walt. nnxlously watched tho preparations Treasurer Thomas Hnnnnn. of (Bastldas and his companions, Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. hoping that he, itoo, might bo InINCORPORATED cluded in itho brave company. His appeals were In vain, for the vessels Distillers Of DIVISION 3. of (Bastldas were email and only OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hiber- those could take part in the under0 "HOLLENBAOH" TUBE RYE nian Home, Portland. taking who had money to share in the expenses of tho voyage. The President John M. Moloney. Louisville, Ky. C28 W. Main St. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. young man, who was Vasco De Recording Secretary Thomas Balboa, had neither money nor InBRINTON B. DAVIS fluential friends, but ho was pos Klllecn. AROmTEOT Financial Secretary John J. Hes- - sessed of great determination, and when ithe vessels of Bastldas were sion, Jr. Fellow American Institute of almost loaded he concealed himTreasurer D. J. Dougherty. Architects Sergeant-at-ArmMartin Kale- - self in an empty cask in the hold of Building one of the ships. her. Cumb. M. 1023 Home City 1449. He did not reveal himself as a Sentinel Thomas Noone. stowaway until the little fleet was HOME KILLED MEATS well out to sea, but once discovered DIVISION 4. the stowaway's senSTATE FAIR MEAT MARKET? Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, ho received tence "hard work for tho remainder Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. A Full Lino of Fancy Groceries of the voyage. This did not dampen President John H. Hennessy. his ardor, and beforo tho now Both Phones Vice President Thomas Lynch. continent was reached ho had sucCall and Give Us An Order Financial Secretary Thomas J. ceeded in attracting the attention of Langan. WE SELL tfOR CASH Bastldas Recording Secretary John J. ho was n and in demonstrating that young man of unusual Barry. HEATING CONPLUMBING AND worth. Arriving In Central America, Connelly. Treasurer Pat TRACTORS ho joined the expedition of FernanSergcant-at-Arm- s l. Thomas H. W. NEWMAN dez' de Enclsco, which was bound for Cartagena. His qualities as a Contracting Engineor, Steam and Sentinel M. J. .McDermott. natural leader of men asserted Hot Water Heating and themselves and ho became an ImSanitary Plumbing Y. M. I. portant factor In the settlement of Home Office: 440 Second Street Bafleit, 'tticlsco rcUirnc .tR the, cOmSVffc&ErK-'fc MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. of operations and Balboa prod Meets Monday Evenings at Club himself He had tlT Governor. COLUMBIA LAUNDRY Twonty-sixthearty support of TiIb followers, and House, 344 North longing to make more and greater President John J. Lynn. THE GEM OF SERVICE First Vice President John W. discoveries "ho pressed on (through Phone and Our Driver Will Call tho wilderness, across the Isthmus Murphy. Shawnee 444 and West 212. Second Vice President Martin toward tho West. The gravest dangers were met and P. Schadd. 1 Garland Avenue overcome. The savage natives, wllo Treasurer George J. Thornton. ARTHUR W. HYNDMAN, Manager. Financial Secretary William A. animals and sickness had no terror tor him. One by one his little Cassln. &" Gen'l Mgr. C. H. Gerrard, Pres. Recording Secretary William G. band succumbed to tropical fevers, John Hardy. but Balboa did not hesitate. Finally Buckel. AMERICAN IRON WORKS from a hill top, on February 25, Incorporated MarshalHarry Alberts. BOILER MAKEItS MACHINISTS Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. 1513, he sighted the great Pacific, Oeneral Jobbing Repairs Outside Sentinel George Dwyer. and pushing rapidly on ho planted Oxygen Welding, Cutting and Brazing. Executive Committee Frank G. the Spanish flag and the cross on Plato Sletal Work and Steel ConstrucAdams, Thomas Bachman, Frank Its shores. He realized that he had tion. AUTO REPAIR SHqP Geiler, A. W. Andrlot, John R. mado the discovery which had long 8611 Phones Main 411, East 145, Citygy. Barry. been a problem in Spain and that Eonlsvllle, 634 S. Main St. there was no doubt but that the new land was a continent. THE EXPERIENCE OF THE BEST city. ELECT FAHEV. On Teaching IBut iBalboa was not to enjoy full RTSTiuJctToN'IN DRESSMAKING was appointed home Bishop Perslco iBIshop of Bolina, At the annual convention of tho honors for his discovery. The GovJuno 20, 1874; was employed by Chamber of Commerce of the United ernment sent Arias do Avllu as GovIs Youra At The Plus TX. In diplomatic missions in States, held in Washington, John H. ernor, and this man, filled with QUEEN CITY SEWING SCHOOL envy, was determined to usurp Canada and in East India; was Fahey, of Boston, was Armstrong Building raised to tho archleplscopnl dignity President. The gentleman upon the rights of Balboa by fair means Third and Walnut year he dis- whom tho distinguished honor has or foul. Ho arrived with a largo In 1887, in which charged a delicato mission as Papal been conferred is a prominent Cath- force of armed men and practically Envoy to Ireland. On his return olic citizen, who has always taken an forced 'Balboa ito accept the Inho "was appointed Vicar of St. active interest in tho public affairs evitable. He has been described as Peter's Chapter In Rome and Secre- of tMnssaehusetts' principal city. an intriguer, full of jealousy and tary of iflie Propaganda, and ori deceit, while Balboa was careless January 1G, 1893, ho was Taised to and generous, no match for the GEXEROUS DONATION. tho Cardlnnlato and rondo Prefect scheming Avila. In order to imask of tho Holy Congregation of IndulLast week a parishioner of St. his sinister designs lAvlla gave ono gences. He died December 7, 1895, Aloyslus church, Covington, pre- of his daughters to IBalboa in marIn his seventy.second year. sented the congregation with a check riage, and Tvas pursuaded to go on for $3,000 for a clock in the .tower with his explorations while Avila SPENT TOLLY NIGHT. for the Improvements under way. gradually tightened the not about Rev. Father I.- M. Ahmann, pastor of him. Last night tho Columba Athletic tho congregation, is also adding to "The Grown gave iBalboa ithe title Club house on East St. Catherine tho itower, and with the added of Adelantado of the South Boa, street was thronged to welcomo a will make the tower consid- Governor of Coyba and of what sublargo class of now members. Presi- erably higher. About three years sequently became tho district of dent Beckman dispatched the regular ago ho exterior was covered with a Panama," writes Bandeller, "but business quickly tor the initiation, d stone and tho architecture Arias and his agents understood how which was both exciting and inter- changed to a Roman renaissance. to reduce these titles to empty esting. lAfter It ho reception of tho The clock will have an. illuminated honors. Quevedo, Bishop of Gaatilla new members the usual good time dial. 'Father Ahmann and his con- del Oro, was Balboa's sincere friend that Is Included in tho Columbia gregation will this year have a and assisted him, but with Quevedo'a Olub's initiation was enjoyed By all jubilee celebration that will equal departure for Spain tho case was present. Several spirited addresses any ever held In this part of the lost. Fearful lest the Bishop's apwore delivered and pledges made country. peal 'for his friend might result that Insure another Initiation before against Arias and his party, the summer. Announcement was anade FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Resldencla was at once converted that excellent progress was being into criminal proceedings, the death made for the Easter Sunday enterPockets abound on skirts as well sentence hastily pronounced and tainment, when the club .will present as on waists. Balboa was beheaded for high "Tho .District Attornoy" at Once more the kimono sleeve has treason In 1517 at Darlen." Theater. refused to die. We have just received five car NOTIFIED OF ELECTION. All white Is to be more than ever GIRL CHAMPIONS. loads of Monuments ranging ia modish this summer. 'Monslgnor Edward Patrick "By their defeat of the Cathedral price from $75.00 to $200.00 and Taffeta bids fair to be a popular Roch6, V. G rector of the CatheHbueo last Saturday evening in material for small jackets. dral at St. John's, New (Foundland, d which we can give at a bargain. Bertrand Hall the girls of the every and administrator of the archdiocese Black and white Ladles' Club are now leading Imaginable type are cheeks of of St. John's since the death of Before purchasing please give hi In the Girls' Basketball League, featured. Archbishop Howley last Simplicity is (to b'e the leading was notified of his eleotlonOctober, th&e two teams having been tied a call at our warerooms, 625 S. to the spring styles. for first place. The feature of the feature of the Archbishopric by (Pope (Benedict last game was the playing of Misses Mary Third Street. The high waist line is a striking week. Is The Archbishop-elec- t Ross and Louise Rlggs of the win- feature of the early spring suits, about forty years of age. The archning team. The "tunic has not been relegated bishopric of St. John's has thirty-tw- o Xiw MHldeon MommiHt Ci, to the limbo of forgotten modes priests and a Catholic popula, l'ATMONT INDICTED. little trimming is needed for the tion of 45,000. at haa two suffragan The iRev. .Louis It. iPatmgnt, 4he smart cotton frock of this season. sees those of Harbor Grace and MT. STKRUNO. preacher who some imonihs ago In silks faille of one sort or an- St, George's. caused a sbir by the statement that ppars to ba la first place. Tubrculoais elalmed telm he "had been kidnapped at "Weatville'; other REAL CATHOLIC PLAY. Spring surU are'ta) Vxbw, twenty years old, t 111., by the forces aad they are to possess Us simple, but feJc air which a her home ia Mi. Sterling on Mon Romanism," has been indicted a Charles Phillips, editor of the San "' day, the being kite third member ot Newark, X. J., for conspiracy to de- will surpass that of laat year. Francisco Monitor, baa play Inverted plaits ay here aaln, which will be produced written a by family to die la a short time of fraud u Insurance company. The the this spring was a daugh- charge la that he sought to burn Us and shlrrlngs are 10 b mash worn Margaret Anglin. Thus we8hsll have the dread disease. She ter of Mlohael Maher and was a Ohurch In that town in April. ISIf . on skirts of the UMftev Materials. the opportunity of seelng(a Catholic yovsg votnaji oX loMellent ebancter Tne indictment aa for tfk sprhtfi frock 4t salt actress in a Catholic play Written by aad ImM t klghest esteem by a wide on Tldae tvtnmmXv.m M gabardine fs not ok of the renalac a Catholic editor. Here's Ihoptna it , T Jdlfopoed ife am aa Am. jjjiiiihi w, smhi in success it qsistges i """y 3r VTI Treasurer Sergeant-at-Armgold-ma, Hel-lon. 100l)-201- 2 Intcr-Southc- rn -f- 2105-211- Vtce-Pre- s. James A. Rooney, LL. D. Toward the close of tho war of the rebellion the Bishop of Charleston, S. C, the Jllght Rev. Patrick Nelsen Lynch, spent two years In Europe as the accredited representative of the Confederacy on a confidential mission. During his absence the Right Rev. Ignatius Perslco, a Capuchin, was designated by the Propaganda to take his place. Sometime after Olshop Lynch's return TJIshop Perslco was transferred to the diocese of Savannah, Ga., to fill tho vncancy caused by the trans fer of tho Right Rev. Augustine Verot from that see as the first Bishop of tho newly created diocese of St. Augustine, Fla. This took place during the session of the Vatican Council, Slarch 11, 1870. Thus It came about that the Catholics of Savannah boast it ho distinction of having had a Bishop who, like Bishop Choverus, of Boston, afterward occupied a seat in tho Sacred College of Cardinals. Bishop Perslco had rondored distinguished service to the church beforo being selected for the American mission. Born In Naples, January 30, 1823, he studied under the Jesuits and joined the Capuchins at Sorrento, being ordained January 24, 184 C. Offering himself for tho Bast Indian mission, he was appointed secretary to the Right Rev. Anastasius Hartman, also a Capuchin and Vicar Apostolic of Bombay. Ho edited the Bombay Catholic Examiner and was also so successful In adjusting tho differences attending tho Indian schism of 1853 and bringing the schismatics back to tho fold, that Plus TX. appointed him Titular (Bishop of Gratlanopolls In 1854. Two years later he was made Vicar Apostolic of Agra, where during the 'Oreat Indian mutiny against the English he spent six months a prisoner In the Agra fortress. Broken in health he was forced to escapo from the Indian climate and returned to Europe Then followed his brief sojourn In America. white-hi- re ho attorned Provincial Council at iBaltlsnore, visited the various Capuchin monasteries as the representative of tho Capuchin General In (Rome, and when In iNew York he consecrated tl(o three altars of the Church of St. John the Baptist on West Thirtieth street, June 22, 1872. Ho dedicated tho diocese of Savannah to the Sacred Heart, with solemn ceremonies, May 7, 1872, and soon after tendered his resignation. Ho had brought with him to Savannah three Capuchins, Fathers Patrick, Domlnlck and Aloyslus, and for a time considered the establlsh-o- f his order In that diocese, but that being deemed Inexpedient they returned to Europe with him after doing splendid missionary work in the hospitals and prisons of the iBy tbe-teR- DIVISION 1. By Paul R. Martin Second and Fourth Thursday, JLleder- Tho discovery of (America and tho kranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut. tales of (fabulous wealth to be had President Mark Ryan. In tho new country had set all Spain Vice President William Cushing, mad. On every hand expeditions Secretary Edward were being organized and men were 'Financial Clancy. , willing to risk their lives and their Recording Secretary James P. fortunes in an attempt to secure the Barry. coveted gold which unscrupulous FALLS CITY BREWING CO. (incorporated) Broadway and TELEPHONES: Horn Thirty-Fir- st Street. Ortf Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use. a Case for Your Home. 7671-7G72, v Cumb. Wist C3. SALVATOR (Dark) Cumb. Phone West 191 TOE LIFE SAVER (Lightf Home Phone 19t& WIEDEMANN INCORPORATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent flawM 1818-182- QRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. JOHN B. FRANK WALTERS' B Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 209 LOmSVITLE. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE HTT. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Far-rel- JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED th- c? h. :: :: wmwtwtww THE 2 FAVORITES1 OF ::Cut Flowers or!: of Loaiivllle's Partlcalar Smokira vCn IN NKED e Design WorK, CALL OR VISIT :: j; ', ', TARPY SPECIAL 10c Clear LITTLE A. J. 5c Cigar Home-madUnTba-mad- e best-mad- ! Thomas HOME De Spain:: '. xorisod PHONE SHAWNEE &G8 The cigars without an equalln quality e and flavor. e :: and the dispensers for the money. For sale all of it smokers. ', i West Chestnut Street. : ; MAE1BS mWWWMWMWWWWWtMM SEVENTH ST., NEAR MARKE7 2344 A T.W. TARPY CO. ed Safe Conservative Place for a Working Man's Savings is to Deposit same in The Onliri by Mall Will Rtcclrc Pxmpt Al'cntlon DISINFECTANT FRHB. Savings Department LOUISVILLE ODORLESS VAULT CLEANING CO. BEN HOLLOWAY, PROP. of the LOUISVILLE TRUST Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge. ' Vault Cleaning, Dry Well Digging, Sewer ConncctioiiH Made. OFFICII 031 E. MAIN ST.' Home City 5103 Home Phone 4920. Cumb. Main 631 A - Residence 2JJ5 Cloy Street pln-acl- es COMPANY pound Interest and your principal is safe. Small Banks for free distribution. It also rents boxes in jts Safety Vault from $3.00 and up per annum. It also does a general Trust HERRMANN IMPORTERS BROS. rock-face- It pays Three per cent Com- FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Barnds of Kentucky Whiskies, especially. 0 Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. 234 S. Ifl&pflvfrs 1943 SIXTH MONUMENTS business. S. V.'. STREET COR. FIFTH & MARKET. Mac-oule- aire your toys an edaeattaa tht wftnu-t1im tar Hate-- wUI i THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT ST. XAVIES COLLEGE Ber-tran- Classical, Scientific and Business Courses, Preparatory Department, Jarae Swimming- - Pool, Well Equipped Gymnasium. Terms Moderate. Bro. Jama, XMr 1J3 W. Broadway, CohIstUI, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother. H.B0SSES01 Funeral Directors AllYae late and aw Styles and Shapes eaa hm found here at reasonable prices. NOT SOLD YET. r, iProf. Don The Argentleri, haa not yet sold his "pocket 'wlrelew" Jo the Russian uoreramem, s we Teponea, or i any other. 'He offered it first to h own, the (Italian Government, and still earrylnirout experiments und their auspices, some of which btfaat fondastys on shipboard. . prlet-inrento- and BIO Tl XTJEC1 Ma-gar- et v m i 1 -- f&. JKiEWSTODlJOHZY 7 ..,4.44.,i 111 HI A.JS&tiX.XGJl IRELAND. Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges! Alderman iRichard Power was elected "Mayor of Watorford. Alderman John Jinks was unanimously 'Mayor of Sligo. Councillor John Magennls was unanimously 'Mayor of Kilkenny City. M. Governey was elected Chairman and T. Murphy Vice Chairman of the Carlow Urban Council. P. Collins has been olected Chairman of the 'Kelis Urban District Council by seven votes to six for P. Gartland. The Mulllngar District Council has approved of the scheme for a line of railway between Mullingar and Kelis. White gloves were presented to Judgo Bodkin at Kilrush Quarter Sessions, there being no criminal cases for trial. Tho death of Mrs. Anno Lardner, Monaghan, Is much regretted. On tho day of tho funeral business was suspended in tho town. The appointment to the Magis tracy of Messrs. Patrick Sloan, and (Peter Cruddon, Lisnaskee, Is announced. While driving home to Clonberne, near Tuam, Edward Donohue, twen was thrown from his cart and died a few hours later. Tho obsequies took place in Newry or Sister 'Mary Elizabeth Loughlin. She entered tho convent in 187C and was a native, of Loughbrlckland, At a meeting of the Dundalk ed New-townbutl- er, ,t, i JHi.H t j 1 H"M"H"M"M' HI II 11 M '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '' H1 EXTRAORDINARY SALE -- HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Division 4 will meet next Monday and Division I on Thursday. candiLast month seventy-fiv- e dates wore Initiated' at Portland, Ore. divisions Brooklyn's thirty-fiv- e will march in the St. Patrick's day ! 11 M M Hl'iM HI 1 t" HI 11 HERMAN STRAUS POORTM AVrNUB OF- tHCOfrpotweo SONS MARKET STRUT Fruit - of - the - Loom ssW esaWsiaw. Sheets and Pillowcases Of Which We Are Sole Distributors For Louisville. Sheets, Pillowcases and Bolsters at greatly reduced prices are included in this great sale, which offers superb opportunities to replenish the linen closet at a saving. All our Pillowcases and Sheets are torn from the piece by hand, not cut, and finished with wide hems. You can buy Sheets in for less than the usual cost of cotton. this sale, ready-madSheets We have the exclusive handling of Fruit'of-the-Looand Pillowcases and to make this sale a tremendous succes we have priced this staple grade at surprising price reductions. e, m Hemmed: 64x90 inches; each 4. 63x90 inches; each 72x90 Inches; each 72x99 Inches; each 81x90 Inches; each Fruit - of - the - Loom Sheets 7iJc Fruit-ot-the-Loo- m Hemmed; :Tbx3C Pillowcases 81x99 Inches; each 90x99 Inches; each 90x108 inches; each H. S. Sheets, 10c extra. Inches; each lfSJic 83c 42x3G Inches; each 10&c 87c 45x30 Inches; each H. S. Pillowcases, 5c extra. 07c 07c Bolster Cases $1.07 Hemmed: $1.17 36x7GA inches; each ;$8Jc $1.27 42x81 inches; each 17c II. S. Bolster Cases, 10c extra. Fruit-of-the-Loo- m ...... 17c j; '.'. 1 Extra Special Sheets For 69c n hlgh-- 1 ;; Full-siz- e Seamless Sheets 81x90 inches; made from grade standard cotton; best value in Loulsvlllo; at, each 00c parade. Hibernians were much pleased to greet Martin Cusick on the street the past week. Hon. W. Bourko Cochran will be the orator at th'o St. Patrick's day celebration In Detroit. Cathorino O'Brien, County President, has Instituted a promising auxiliary at K'ennett Square, Pa. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Columbus, Ohio, gave a donation party this week for tho Sisters of the Sick Poor. Shortly after Easter there will bo a big initiation at Portland, Ore., where the membership has become very strong. Rev. Father J. C. flalllgan, who died on Washington's birthday at Pottsvllle, was State Chaplain for Pennsylvania. Several sites are under consideration for the proposed new building to be erected by the Hibernians at St. Paul, Minn. Attorney J. J. Kavanagh, of Division 4, will "deliver a St. Patricks' day oration at the Irish concert under auspices of the St. Paul church. Hibernians of South Omaha will parade on the morning of March 17, and In the evening thero will be an entertainment iln honor of Erin's saint. iDIvislon 60 of iHoston, composed mostly of newspaper workers, is looked upon as one of the most progressive divisions affiliated with the Thanks Qed. W. HazeUon, Pa., Augrust, 1912. Tbb Crat attacks of fainting: spells had la church and had mors since, but two bottles of Pastor Koenle'B Nerve Tonlo removed the trouble and I thank Ood for what good the Tonlo has done me. Jacob Halter. Mrs. a. Tlmmers, of Monlco Jet, Wis., writes that she suffered four long rears without findlns; any relief from and jumping; spells, which kept as up walking; mostly ail night, but since X took Pastor KoenlgTs Nerve Tonlo all this trouble dlsapeared, for which I have to thank Rev. Toplack, who recommended the Tonlo to me. ' Mr. Fr. Nenrotfa, of Coatesvllle, Pa., says that his wife used Pastor KoenlKs Nerve Tonlo against nervousness Induced by The results wore so beneficial that he will not hesitate to again xuse It under similar, conditional A Valuable Hook on Ner jThe Sale aae.aaaiaaa,e, ..,, -- j. I You Have Waited Fori tr sleep-lesme- as THE) home-sicknes- s. GREAT Diseases and Sample bonis to FREE vous alta say sddreee. aPoorbee. get the medicine et Pert Weyse, lad., dec 1876, sod bow by the KOENIG MED. CO, CbJcaxo, 111. 62 W. Lake Street, aear Dearborn SM by Dragghteat St per bottle. 6 far S3. Large sue, SI.7B e Bottles lor 99. Prenwtd bv Rsv. Vathkb KoKNld. L0CKHART MILL END AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. Timely Record- of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic History of America. - :: WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. STEWART DRY GOODS CO. (Incorporated) M CONNECTION WITH JAMES McGREEBY - 6 Ctf, NEW YORK. - .t.l..I..I...I.r44'4 M'I'M'M M' M'l'!" - n Thomas Leahy, merchant of Mnlbay, died while attending mass. Dr. Clancy and Mev. Father Cabral, 'Portuguese navigator and Enright were present when ho discovorer of Brazil, sailed from passed away. Lisbon on his voyage of disA verdict of accidental drowning X We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates X covery with thirteen ships and was returned at an Inquest at e fr ! "" i iai i 1,200 men; readied Porto Seguro Celbridgo on Patrick Gregan, of I April 25, where first mass was Dunboyne, whose body was found In Columbus, Ohio. Franciscan the Grand canal. celobrated by the Tho Ladles' Auxiliary at Rockvlllo, DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN Henriques, afterward Father Copn., is enjoying a wave of pros The shop and recently ereoted 'Bishop of Ceuta. perity. During February seventeen sheds belonging to P. J. Kavanagh, Spring Styles Now On Display My stocks are the largest, my prices new members were initiated and March 10, 1717 Father Mark An- Ballymurphy, have been destroyed thony Gordon, S. J., born in by fire. Tho origin of tho conflagrathree applications received. the lowest, and my terms the best. France; arrived in Canada, Aug- tion is unnkown. President Mark Ryan wants all ust, 1748, and founded Indian By twenty-si- x votes to twenty-thre- e the members present at the next Mission of St. Regis, one of tho given for iM. O'Connoli, the meeting of Division 1, when he will oldest in New York State, undor Fermoy iGuardlans announce the teams that will con elected patronage of St. Francis Regis, Barry, Glanworth, relieving William officer duct tho membership contest. then recently canonized; died at for the Ballyhooly district. UPSTAIRS STORE. Division 4 will attend a St. Pat25 W. Jefferson Street Montreal, Caughnawaga', near rick's day mass for benotlt of the The engineer to the LIstowel July 29, 1779. j members at the Dominican church District Council, D. J. McMahon, has 429 East MfirkeLStre Date of ithe mem- - pesparefl- a gclicm?. for the provision WWWWiWWWWWWWWMW VWV4 n th". aftficruinn will TrtrticlPiitc March 12, 1790 orablo Teply of George Washing- of a water supply for Ballybunion. lag raising over Bertrand ton to the address of the Roman The estimated cost is $11,500. Tiall. Catholics of America congratulatof Tho death occurred m Cincinnati Hibernians will ho' ing him on his election to the Alderman Daniel Cronln. Cork S.flPSUBELTOJPe:ie' Deceased their St. Patrick's day celebration in by was elected to tho Corporation for Presidency, which was signed TRY AN ORDER OF OUR Holy Trinity Hall. There will he Bishop (John Carroll, Charles tho South ward four years ago, and Irish songs and music and the KenCarroll of Carrollton, Daniel succeeded his father, the lato Richtucky State Chaplain, Rev. Thomas Carroll of Maryland, Dominlck ard Cronin, as Alderman. J. McCaffery, will deliver the adLynch of New York and Thomas Sincere regret Is felt In Tlpperary You'll be delighted with its dress. FItz Simons of Pennsylvania; at tho death. In his d aroma and delicious taste. rlcn Toledo Hibernians havo secured original preserved in Baltimore. INCORPORATED the eloquent Rev. James H. Cotter Marcli 13, 1778 Official announce- year, of William O'Meara. Ho was 1- -2 --2 ror Beveral years a member of the as the principal speaker for their St. I bbb"MIsbsbbbbbst 3RBJOPAMO. ment in this country of the treaty Urban Council and was prominently Patrick's day celebration. Right 30 SURETY COUPONS this week with every between the United States and Identified with the social life of the PHONE-SOU- TH 25w. CITY 1866. Rov. Bishop Schrembs has accepted order of "New Blend Coffee." Catholic France, and that a town. an invitation and If possible will French fleet had sailod to assist Very Rev. M. J. O'Reilly, Presi attend. in the causo of American Inde- dent of St. StainlslauB' College, Auxiliary of IndianThe Ladles' pendence. Bathurst, N. S. W., has been ap apolis entertained with a buffet Heme Phea. ijaj. "W. IWCAWJHCKTr BTRBKT pointed President of St. Vincent's supper in honor of Washington's IRISH MUSIC. t&&&3XattO&M& College. Castleknock. in succession birthday. The members wero In to the Very Rev, P. Cullen, who Is colonial dress and tho hall was (A programme of Irish music ot shortly lenvlng for (Australia. beautifully decorated, itho central surpassing uiorit will be presented feature being a mlnature cherry at the entertainment for the benefit PICTURES OP CTJIXA. tree. .? of St. Paul's church at the Masonic night, March Theater on St. Patrick's Rov. Sylvester Espelage, O. F. M M'DElfMOTT'S ROLE We're Prepared to Do It Proimptly 17, undor tho direction of Prof. 'Pat- the China missionary" who has been rick O'SuIHvan. Tho leading singers hero for the past week In aid of the and in First - Class Style. In ithe intermission between the Btoreopticon pictures of China last of tho city will bo among tho soloists Chinese missions, gave his storeopti-co- n of fifty lecture in St. John's church last Sunday evening Father Espelage, tho and the chorus will consist splendid " That night and will repeat it tomorrow lecturer, stated that he wished to trained voices. bo well tho programme will rendered Is night In St. Martin's Hall. Father exhibit to tho audience the regalia tho opinion of those havo ator costume of a Chinese Mandarin tended tho rehearsals who St. Paul's Sylvester lectured last Sunday afterin Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of and called for the nearest usher to noon at Bertrand Hnll to 400 children of o in tho eventrading stamps, er many other useful articles carried $ try It on. The one chosen proved to Hall. A treat will bo tho addresswill and theover 800 adultsplotures being Attorney J. J, Kavanagh, stereopticon iM. J. be Councilman McDermott, have for his subject "Irelandwho Its ing, and in our premium rooms. well received and the speaker's exwho first donned the prayer hat. be Music." Rev; Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Father York, each e ing a hat with pastor, has announced that 25 tho planation and Instruction with stated per picture proved a treat. He two tails nppended like queues, cent, Circulars, Dodgers Etc. of tho net procoeds will be that ho with other Franciscan miswhich caused a littjo ripple of laugh to tho Little Sisters of tho sionaries was located in Hankau, yVVeyVVVVtVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV to go through the audience, but ter Dance and Wedding Invitations programme as arranged China, which has a population of Poor. when the Councilman donned tho Is as Tho Established 1883 Three PIiohcs No. COO follows: 870,000, and that tho Chinese Cathlong flowing robe with tho assistance a Specialty. Chorus "Erin, the Tear," "Tho olics now amount to 1,600,000. with of iFather Sylvester and John Puroy Harp That Once Through Tara's about 2,000 priests and missionaries HOME PHONE 946 there was an uproar. Gaudy Is a engaged there and 3,000 nuns in mild term for a description of tho Halls" (Mooro). (Piano Concerto, iE Flat (Liszt), charge of the hospitals and schools. gown, It containing elaborate THE GROCER AND MEAT MAN Miss Agnes McGlll. Father Sylvester stated that thouin peacock colors of dragons, Tenor solo "MacuBhla" (McMur-rough- sands of girl babies were destroyed Place in the City. Come and Be Convinced. Most Sanitary and eagles, etc., and Lullaby" (Olcott), in a year and that the Catholic Sis"Irish when the Imitation 'Mandarin was requested to exhibition the costume Thornton J. iFlynn: .Glorious Apos- ters are doing a good work in saving 810 WB(BT QRBBN Quartette "Hall, better by walking in iront of tho tle!" Misses Alcene Zlx, Anna Zoll, the lives of these and raising them Vegetables and Fruits, Roasts, Steaki and Chop3 of Veal, Lamb, Beef In tho faith, tho plotures showing white curtain several wece over Mary Sheehan and Estelle Fossne. and Pork. Live and Dressed Poultry a Specialy. Fresh Oysters Shipped these little ones in the Catholic came with laughter and had to be Direct. We Sell at Lowest Prices But Give Best Quality. Kerry schools Barytone solo "The institutions. and The carried out. Mike states that they Dance" "Killarney" average attendant at these lectures (Molloy), XV. were Jealous because of tho Inspiring (Balfo), Douglas iWebb. HI 4"1"I"M"M"H"H"I"H"1 M"M"H"tI IH-III I i QUICK DEL1VEKY comes away greatly impressed 'with AND ROOD SB3HVIOB figure he presented and wero conLAWRENCE J. VEENEMAH, M. J. 8ANN0H, BANNON, JR.J Koso of tho heroic and P. Violin solos "The Last work vulsed with rage Instead of laughter. Summer," ,fRory O'Moore," Mrs. Prsj. I M(r. Vies Pr. I Treat Secretary. being dono in this far-o- f land by Iq addressing a salutation to his John Maloney. these good men and women, and subject iFather Sylvester addressed Male chorus "The Minstrel Boy" Father Sylvester's appeal for aid J Mike as Yunghl-Chin- g Chlng, which tho work has beon nobly responded jj according to the translation of John (Moore). Address J. J.' Kavanagh. to. Hennesey means 'IMan with the Chorus "Silent, O Moyle," "Befunny walk." lieve Me, If All Those Endearing POSTPONED KUOHRE. Sewer ana Calvert Pipe, Young Charms." (Moore). INCORPORATED MONTITS MIND. B&bbbb's Patent Lids' d Pln for Steam Coadaits. Piano Concerto, First Movement The euchre and lotto which was to Wall Copii, Praia Tile. Yitrified Brick, (Grieg), MIse Dorcas Ileddin. have been given In January by tho JuBt one month ago occurred the 2.07 PAUL JONES BUILNING Soprano solos "The Fairy Host" Cathedral Altar Society will be given Fire Proofing", Flse Liaiag', Fire BricUjf death of little Daniel Hallahan on (O'SuIHvan), "The "Wearing of the in the new Cathedral Hall on Grate ana Boiler Tile, Greaed Fire Clay, Chimaey Teas this earth, but we hope not to rejBowman Webb. Wednesday afternoon and evening, member this date as his death, but Green," Mrs. Jessie Duett ''Salve Regina," Joseph April 7, and the committee in charge OFFICE 528 WESflJEFFERSON as bis birthday in heaven, for surely iBundschu. announces that tickets purchased for young and as innocent and as Hehemann and Oarl Dawning" one as HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. Tenor solos "At the original date will be good on this & good as lie was received the reward "Who Knows" (Ball), "I Hear occasion. 7. WORKS of those who die holy In God, and a 13tlt end Breck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9tk and lOtft. X Thrush at Bve," Thornton J. we, his sorrowing parents, sisters, i Flynn. .' CBNlTtATj COMMITTEE. 11 NH. !!' V I i MWW"l"H"H"l"M"V'l-M"f'brother and little friends, will lire ,'BpIthahHl!oH.,' by request (O'SuI' with this consolation and hope to t i Hvan), Next Friday niaht the Central meet him again when we are called chorus. Douglas Wsfob, quartette and nt,i.MtlMtl,.tnIn,4..t..1..HnIM,ti,.,,l.Inl..l..i.lH"I":"l"l'-t"I"l"l"l"l--'Committee, Catholic Knights of to give an account of our steward X Amerioa, wRl hold Ita March meetJflNH W1N6 OHAMPAONE8 ship. VBTOaWTIAJfl. ing, notise of whioh will be sent al L Ceisaa. Mala 1605 One preetous to our hearts has tone, kJUC Henry by fteoretary If plans of iMMIsfcop Meeemer delegates loved is stilled. The voice The place mad vacant in our home materialise there! will be a confer Schuken. Capt. Oeoar Maler wilt . Vincent de Paul have the membership directory ready ence of the Can never more be filled. Society in every Oaf tioUC church in for distribution to the branches, Our Father in his wisdom called Street. Milwaukee, farniehioK the whose representatives are ured to n his love had given ; The FTOUHIXG ful charitable or- - rittentf. President But Kruse will on earth the body Hag, oHgr with And toot OUMJHS Xtsi?7aas tartr-thrtND NIGHT. cionfer- - hare some information of Interest to ganlxaMon. is eats U heaven. The alendid work. th order. ettoea are now UM7fVBIXJt, WW J. P. P. Mil-tow- For Your Furniture Wants WANT YOUR TRADE. had a good meeting Wednesday night. President Joe Lynch and his men are moving forward nicely and will soon "have an initiation. Rev, Father Patrick Tallon, of St. Louis, will bo the principal speaker for tho Hibernians of Indianapolis at their St. Patrick's day celebration. Tomorrow the Ladies' Auxiliary, the four divisions and the Hibernian Rifles will make their annual holy communion at St. Patrick's church, Division 2 order. By James A. Rooney, LL. D. March 7, 177C Commander Phllc-S- . N., V. mon C. Wederstrandt, born In Maryland; second stu- dent to enter Georgetown College, December 20, 1791; served in the war against France in 1798; was on the" Constitution in tho fight with Ilnsurgente and La Vengeance; died on his Louisiana plantation in 1857. March 8, 1912 Diocese of Kearney, Neb., erected, comprising thirty counties in the middle of northwest portion of that State, north of the Bouth Platte Tlver, with an area of 38,000 square miles, four times as largo as Massachusetts; first Bishop the Right Ttov James Albert Duffy, ordained May 27, 1899; appointed Bishop, January 25, 1913. March 9, 1500 Pedro Alvarez e, turban Council T. P. (McGahon was elected Chairman and S. II. Moy-nag- h VIco Chairman of the council. 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