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Kentucky Irish American: January 15, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916011501_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: January 15, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $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. 1ft. v. WE DO PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Giro This Office Your Next Order. Kentucky Irish American NO. 3 so Brother Wickendam was fined 100 and ordered to bo banished. Because of poverty the fine was remitted, but tho gentle order of banishment was proceeded with. "In 1C38 Hansferd Knollys, tho godly and scholarly, who had been a clergyman of the Church of Eng-lnnfound himself in Boston, Mass., a fugitive from his native land. He settled at Dover, N. H., where ho organized a Congregational church, d, ElNeiriOG WllkQZZQ, Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15 1916. PRICE FIVE CENTS. bo BAPTIST Editor Attacks Conference For ' Recognizing Claims of Catholics. FATHER RILEY Completes Twenty-Fiv- e Years Service in the Catholic RECENT DEATHS. States Baptist missions Intended to Destroy "Work of the Catholics. Attention Directed to Section AVhere the Baptist Religion Predominates. BAPTIST? LONG ISLAND HISTORY Catholics concerning Christian work, while Baptist missionaries are there for the specific purpose of destroying the work of Roman Catholics. No Baptist could enter such a spiritual without raising a question INSTALLS ITS OFFICERS. concerning his sanity or his morals. And this leads us to remark that Last Sunday there was an en there Is no mission fostered by thusiastic gathering at St. Joseph's Southern Baptists that Is moro fruit- Orphan Homo in Crescent Hill for ful and promising than our work in tho annual meeting and installation South America. Their prosperity, Joseph's Or- under God, Is no doubt due in large of officers of the St.Secretary's re The Dhan Society. measuro to the fact that they have port showed a membership of 1,183, been content to mind their own busi- an increase over last year of thirty-fivness, which with all their heart they and receipts of $18,590.71, believe to be the Lord's work. Hav- tho disbursements being $16,341.73. ing done all, may they stand?" In his annual report President Jo NotIco the reference to what is seph Schildt gave a detailed ac- - termed the fruitf uKwork of Bap- -, coun t.of rfthevw.orlwof.-lh- A .52!$tyA tists in South America, whose peo- Though the receipts were smaller ple the Baptist editor delights to than the year previous ana tno exslander desplto the fact that prom- penditures larger, many improveinent leadors in all walks of life are ments were made nnd a larger numnow advocating alli- ber of orphans was taken care of At the begin ances and more intimate relations than ever before. with the people of South America, ning of the year thore were 140 whom they have found to bo edu- children in the lnstlutlon, thirty-thre- e later wero taken in, twelvo cated business ability of a high degree. Yet the Baptist editor speaks specifically of destroying the work of Roman Catholics. It is remarked in an old proverb that ono must clean in front of his own door before transferring operations to his neighbor's, and it appears this should hold good In the case of this Baptist dlvlno. Sorry to say that the greatest proportion of illiteracy and Ignorance Is in the Ssbbbbbbbbbbbbbr South and principally in the States where the Baptists control and predominate. In Georgia, for instance, where thero Is an abundance of child labor and illiteracy, the Baptists, according to tho last Government religious census, numbered 596,319 out of a total of 1,029,037, or in other words 57.9 per cent, of all communicants. In tho samo cenfigures showed sus tho Catholic 19,273, or only 1.9 per cent, of the total. This like proportion appears in the other States where tho hold full sway South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina and Virginia. This would indicate that tho abovo Baptist writer has quito a field in tho South for missionary work before attacking the HENRY BOSSE, people of South America. The Western Recorder is also fond President St. Joseph Orphan Society. of telling of the intolerance of Catholics and cites Instances of the Mid-dl- o left and ono died. At tho present Ages for proof, yet tho following time thero are 160 chlldrn at tho President Schildt recomtaken from tho Detroit Free Press home. in its report of tho Now York Bap- mended the awarding of diplomas tist convention shows that tho Bap- for a membership extending over a years to tists have cause for grievance, right period of twenty-fiv- e hero in this country and not as far Theodore Prsykucki, Fred Hermes, back as the Mlddlo Ages. Edwin B. Joseph Rietl, Joseph Schuemann, Richmond, tho Executive Secretary, Henry C. DIerson, Georgo Droppel roviewed tho history of the Baptist mann, Clem Ellort, Louis Ferry, Henry Hunold, Joseph Keratins, church on Long Island, as follows: "Meeting as wo are for our 108th Herman Kreps, Jacob B. Ohligsch-lageJacob Pfalzer, Henry anniversary in Brooklyn, famed as Edward Woinmann, J. B. tho City of Churches, and upon Echsnor, Frank populous and historic Long Island, Wilhelm, George Harms, Gruber, William Frank P. one is tempted to strike tho historic Senn, Vincent chord. The ground upon which" wo Schmidt, Henry Schmltt, August A. H. stand is sacred, for it marks the be- J. Lammers, Michael Frenke, Dr. B. Schoenomann, ginnings of Baptist effort and or- Joseph Schmoll, D. B. Obermelor, ganization in the State of Now York. Frank Kopp, George Herbig, H. J. These beginnings go back to tho very Brumlovo, John Holtmann, William early history of our country, for A. long before thero was a Baptist Hollocher, A.B. II. wobben, F. H. H. Ritter, Wilken, Dr. J. church established in tho Empire Michael, Albert Lauber, Edward G. groups of men and Hill, Dr. Peter S. Ganz, T. L. Block, State there wero women upon Long Island who were Nlc Boslor, J. H. Blumers, L. H. called Baptists. We have tho testi- Harpring, Joseph Wiemann, H. J. mony of the first Catholic missionary Harprlng and Joseph D, Stublo. to New York that prior to 1642 thero were in Manhattan and its RETURNS TO KENTUCKY. environs Anabaptists, here called "Mutates. As early as 1657 the two The Little Rock Guardian in its famous pastors of tho first Christian last issue announces the departure church established In Now Nether- from that city of Victor L. Spaldlands, .now New York, the Dutch ing and family for their future Reformed, complained that one Will- home in Uniontown, this State. Mr. iam Wickendam, a cobbler from and Mrs. Spalding have been resiRhode Island, had come to Flushing, dents of TjHtln Hnnle for nanrlv flra L. I., proclaiming his call to preach (years and have made a host of the word of God, that he had made friends who are loath to see them disciples, and that in teaching: his go, and who wish them every hapdisciples to observe all things com- piness and success in their future mand's he had taken them out into life. Mr. Spalding will engage in tits Bast river and baptized them by the newspaper business, As mandlpplmr. Stub a grave breach of ager he achieved great success for orthodoxy would not oe tolerated the Guardian, making it a moat van by the Dutch of that day and popular Catholic weekly. pow-wow Hecorder, a local Baptist paper, which has for its editorial staff the Kov. J. W. Porter, D. D., LL. D., as editor, and E. C. C. Stevens, who can not even boast of a single "D," as associate editor, Is noted for its continued attacks on Catholicity and Catholics in general, the latest being on those who took part in the Latin American Missionary Conference and did not sanction the sending of proselyters to South America, where the people are nearly all Roman Catholics. After abusing other Protestant ministers for even conceding the right for Catholics to bo classed as Christians, the bigoted editor of the Recorder says: "It is refreshing and heartening that the Central Committee, composed of ecclesiastical mugwumps and religious mollycoddles, have been checked in their accursed conspiracy to court Papal favor at the expense of the faith onco for all delivered to the saints. Think of It! Baptists planning with Roman The Western but the spirit of Investigation being at work in his mind ho soon became a Baptist, and many of his congregation going with him he organized tho Dover Baptist church, quite likely the third oldest Baptist cjiurch in America. About that timo the of Massachusetts Puritan Fathers Indulged in n little persecution on their own account, and Hansferd Knollys and his people wero the first to feel it. Accordingly Knollys in colony 1C41 organized a Baptist and sent It to a previously purchased plantation upon Long Island. "The Baptist colony was tolerated upon Long Island under tho Dutch rule, but tho British coming into power it became intolornnt, so the members thereof quietly folded their tents and stole away to New Jersey, where upon the banks of the Raritau river they bulldod for thomselvos Baptist organized homes and churches which remain to this day. In 1632 Sir Henry Moody, Baronet of Garesden In Wiltshire, England, died. His widow, Lady Moody, becoming somewhat aggressive In her theological thinking, and especially so as to her ecclesiastical relation ship, found the atmosphere of old England too warm, nnd with visions 'rock bound of Now England's coast,' behind which was 'freedom to worship God,' before her, she sold her estate and with her minor son embarked thither. When in Massa chusetts Lady Moody went the wholo length and became a Baptist and, not content with that, she became actfve and alert in starting a little perchance sno propaganda that might help others Into her newly found and Joyous light. "Tho Puritan Fathers could not brook such conduct as that, and so Lady Moody again sought an asylum of liberty. This time, In 1843, she with some others, who were inrested with Anabaptism, found It under the Dutch upon Long Island. In tho death of Clara Josephine Cottner. which occurred last Satur- jday morning at her home, 730 wunuuui siruei, uic Join ouuui i.loses a highly respected comCatholicsand munity and of His in Celebration good woman. Sho was forty-on- e years old and ri member of tho Jubilee. Sacred Heart 'church, from whore tho funeral was held Monday, Rev. Father Patrick iWalsh celebrating Religious Services and Banquet tho solemn requiem 'mass. Non-Catholics Priesthood. A wldi circle of friends sincerely sympathize with Fred Lichtefqld, of Beechmont, because of tho death of his daughter, Mary Margaret, whose funeral was held of Sunday afternoon from Holy Name church. The little one is another of tho many victims of pneumonia. two-year-o-ld e, .. an Bap-tlp- ts r, Weh-bor- g, Another faithful member of tho Cathedral parlsh.1 Mrs. Mary Kene-tlcwas called to her reward after a long Illness, botno with Christian The) funeral Monday fortitude. morning was httnded by a large GOV, STANLEY WAS TOASTMASTER number of frlepds' and relatives, who mourn tho death of this good Catholic wlfoand mother. To tho bereaved husband 'John Kenoflck. of With impressive religious serv- the L. and N., ,and two sons, John United Senator Henry F. Jr., mnny HolUs, of States Hampshire, pretty ices, beginning Sunday, with a nnd James Keheflck, New grand banquet Monday night, and friends extend sincere sympathy. near sums up the political situation ending with a high mass and dinFriends of Thomas Gogan, and when he stated in an interview tho ner for tho Bishop and clergy on they are many, learned with sincere other day that "Theodore Roosevelt Tuesday, the Rev. Father John H. regret of his death on Monday at will be the nominee of tho RepubliRiley, the zealous and popular his home, 110 South Shelby street, can party and Woodrow Wilson will from Illness contracted while on be the candidate of the Democratic pastor of tho Church of the An- duty in department. Ho party. And Mr. Wilson will bo the nunciation at Shelbyvllle, celebrated was twenty-si- x flroojears old and was elected for three reasons: anniversary of his held tho twenty-fift- h "First Because he has kept this his superiors ordination to the priesthood and tho and in high esteem byfuneral took country out of the European contenth of his pastorate at Shelbyvllle. place associates. j.His Thursday morning from St. flict, until It is in a position to Father Riley was ordained to the own own on Rev. church, Martin priesthood by the Right Rev. Will-la- Michael's conducting tho solemn ob- vindicate itsin its honor way its tho own in terms and O'Connor McCloskey, Georgo D. D sequies. Besides' his wlfo he leaves comity of nations. Bishop of Louisville, at tho Cathe Because we are only in "Second two sisters and his dral of the Assumption In Louisville four children, the first phases of tho war and the on January 11, 1891, and was sta- mother. people of the United States will not tioned there until the following until administration mem- change the William June, when he' was assigned to ber of St. Noble. a well lked and a that war Is ended and a peace has Patrick's church work In Daviess county. For tho g resident of tho West End, been declared in which civilization nine succeeding years he was tho pneumonia at his may take stock of its assets. chaplain at tho mother house of died Tuesday ofi Market street. His homo, 1309 "We are today facing serious isof Loretto, in Marion funeral was West yesterday morning, sues in this country, and I would the Sisters county, and was transferred to Rev. Father held Cronln celebrating the not speak on any of them in anyShelbyvllle In 1906. requiem mass. Surviving him are thing but a serious spirit. So I am Tho jubilee celebration, which his widow, Mrs. Grace Noble; a saying that Mr. Bryan will nominate continued three days, opened Sun- little daughter, Mary Josephine; his Mr. Wilson for a second term and day morning and was in many re- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence No- that Mr. Wilson will be flects the most remarkable event ble, and three sisters, Mrs. William by an overwhelming vote of the In tho history of Shelbyvllle. Its Schuh, Mrs. Nellie and people. We should abandon foolish outstanding feature was tho signifi Mrs. Frank Shriner. Prentice talk about there being any 'quar-ro- l' ' were men of cant .fact that there between President Wilson and all creeds and ovory walk and callThe funeral mass of a good and Mr. Bryan. They aro today on ing In life, from tho distinguished respected citizen took place Saturday terms of excellent friendship. Of Governor of the Commonwealth morning at St. Frances this I am certain. down to its humblest citizens, gath- church, when the body of of Rome "Roosevelt will be the candidate Dennis A. ered together spontaneously to pay iOrd, a well "Khown railroad en- of the Republican party, because he a tribute to ono whoso sole claim to gineer,- was laid to rest. The de- Is the only available big man they consideration is that as a man and ceased was ln.h.1 All talk about Justice year, have. a priest he has measured up to tho Hughes being persuaded to leave highly jesteemed by standard which all men reverence and was neighbors and friends.follow tho Supremo Court to accept tho workers, Rev. but few attain. Republican nomination Is vulgar Sunday morning the church was FathervEord, 'farmer assistant at St. claptrap. Such a step on the part thronged with people. Catholic and Patrick's but mw pastor of a parish of Justice Hughes is unthinkable. iH..!tbo ,Stae, was the and again in the even out thje)iuieMtjhlg"h mass. celebrant Roosevelt will be tho Republican or tho of ing at tne impressive closing nrwl twn candidate and a formidable one at first "day," 'whcnFathci'Rileywas presented with a purse of $800. rothersPalheriFoTdaridToKn' that.BHtrProsidentsWnOH4wJUbe and his secoud termj will Charles Connell made tho presenta- Ford, of tho No. 5 engine company. make history for the United States." tion for tho parish and Father This very situation was predicted Tho death at St. Anthony's HosRiley, after feelingly expressing his ago, columns pital on Sunday of Miss Mollie E. in theseshould be several weeksevery thanks, made a gift of the money and it tho hope of Fitzgerald, daughter of the late Democrat that Roosevelt bo given to the fund which the congregation has been raising for improvements. George and Ellen Fitzgerald, re- tho nomination, as Judging from tho This part of tho evening service at moves from St. Charles parish ono present outlook Wilson could not the church was prefaced by an elab- of its most dovout and devoted mem- defeat Hughes, Taft or any other orate muslca programme and speak bers and from her immediate family equally strong Republican because ing. Miss Ethel Delss spoke In be- a most cherished member. Tho fu- of tho administration policy In deal half of tho young women of tho neral took place from St. Charles ing with Great Britain and now parish; William Shinnick for tho church Tuesday morning, solemn confessedly wrong policy In tho Mexico. young men, and M. O'Sullvan for mass of requiem being celebrated for Wilson turned a deaf ear to tho proVisiting tho repose of her soul. Miss Fitz- test of Catholics in regard to tho the older members. priests were present, among them gerald had suffered a long illness persecution of priests and the outtho Rev. Patrick Walsh, of tho and was fully prepared for her call rages of nuns by Carranza followChurch of the Sacred Heart, Louis Into eternal life. Sho leaves two ers, but tho murder of Americans ville: the Rev. Francis O'Connor. brothers, T. J. and Frank Fitzgerald. by the wholesale as practiced this assistant pastor of tho Cathedral, week will compel him to act and at L.OU1SV1H0, ana tho Jtov. Many sorrowing Father friends turned the samo time will prove that his Robert, of St. Molnrad's Abbey, St. out to pay a last mark of respect pet Carranza is a brigand and cutMelnrad, Ind. to tho memory of a worthy woman throat of tho worst typo. Again we Monday morning there was a sol by attending tho funeral of Mrs. say Roosevelt is tho only man that emn high mass for the deceased Mary Lucey, held Wednesday morn- Wilson can defeat in a contest bemembers of the congregation, fol- ing from St. Columba's church. Tho fore tho people. by the banquet at night at Impressive service was conducted lowed Just prior to tho last Stato olec tho Athjetlc Club, at which Gov. by Rev. John Kalaher, tho pastor, tion it was charged in tho columns Stanley presided as toastmastor. who preached a very feeling sermon of tho Kentucky Irish American Gov. Stanley was seated In tho cen- and eulogized the Ufo of tho de- - that tho Stanley campaign managers ter of tho speakers' table on a parted. Mrs. Lucey was sixty-nin-e i wero endangering the success of tho raised platform, with his venerablo years old and died of grip at the 'entire ticket by dickering for tho father, tho Rev. William Stanley, residence of her daughter, Mrs. bogey vote the labor vote, at his right and Father Riley at his Catherine Ritter, 209 South Thirty- - tho same to bo handled by labor left. The Invocation was made by seventh street. Sho was tho widow acltators who have no following the Rev. Father Andrew Spotz, C. of Patrick Lucey and leaves two whatever. Despite this warning R., Suporlor of St. Mary's College. sons and two daughters. the Campaign Commltteo arranged The speakers wero Gov. A. O. Stan for one of these labor vote purvoy- ley, toastmaster; the Hon. Harry Slncere sympathy Is extended to ors to Journoy to Washington and E. Schoboith, Georgo S. Chownlng. tho family- of the late John Nalty, Investigate Stanley's labor record, to Judgo E. H. Davis, Judge R. F. 2537 Duncan street, whoso death then return and sprcftd tho glad I'eak. judge Ralph W. Gilbert, Lud- has removed tho presence of ona who tidings that ho (tho political walk-ha- d low F. Petty and the Rev. William been a devoted husband, father Ing delegate) indorsed Stanley and Stanley. Father . Riley was elo- and upright citizen, a man whoso tho Democratic ticket. This quent of his expression of gratitude. ago of eighty-fou- r years was a dorsement was spread broadcast at Ho especially thanked Gov. Stanley credit to his faith and race. Mr. tho expense of tho Democratic for tho honor of his presence and Nalty was born In Ireland and came party, and especially in the mining his commendation, but above all he to this country when a very Tho result - young sections of tho Stato. expressed his appreciation of the man, settling in Louisville and for l was that union and other working-me- n "boys behind this push" and to the many years was a valued member of throughout the State remon of tho community who had tho local pollco force. to deliver Surviving pudiated tho attempt given this exhibition of fraternal him aro two sons, John and Stephen their vote. In Muhlenberg county, feeling, to all of whom ho gave a Nalty, and threo daughters, the where many miners resldo and hearty "God bless you" in con Misses Margaret, Katherine and An- which Is normally Republican by a clusion. nie Nalty. His funeral was held small majority, Stanley was The celebration closed Tuesday Saturday morning from St. Cecilia's by over 1,000 votes, while morning with impressive services at church, when many o friends McCreary only lost it by 161 in the Church of tho Annunciation, and acquaintances paid tribute by 1911. This same ratio applied In which was again crowded to the the other districts whore tho Inpresence. doors. Tho celebrant of the solemn their dorsement of our walking delegato mass was Father Riley, who was was sent. Incidentally this St. Peter's parish lost ono of its delegato was delivering speechessame assisted by the Rev. Patrick Walsh, most exemplary for members Monday Grlnstead, the Republican candidate pastor or the Church of the Sacred morning in the death of Mrs. for Mayor here, a few years ago, Heart, Louisville, as deacon; tho Rev. John T. Hill, pastor of St. Theresa Bonn, 1148 South Seven- and has drifted back and forth acAnne's church, Louisvillo. as sub- - teenth street. Mrs. Bonn was an cording to the campaign barrel slzo deacon, and the Rev. John D. Kala- - example of tho true Christian wife or the duplicity of tho campaign hor, pastor of St. Columba'a church, and mother, over firm and practicing managers. In conclusion, tho latest Louisville, as master of ceremonies. all the teachings of tho faith to row of tho labor politicians Droves Within the sanctuary were tho which she was devoted. Sho was the contention made before tho years of ago, and until election, that in bargaining for tho Right Rev. DeniB O'Donaghue, D, ulxty-si- x D Bishop of Louisville; the Right istrlcken by pneumonia was never labor vote politicians are pursuing She a will o' the wisp. Rev. Edmond M. Obrecht, O. C. R., missing at mass or devotion. Abbot of Gethsemane, and many is survived by six sons, Edward, priests of the diocese. Immediately Henry, Fred, Albort, Robert and DENOUNCES CHAIN PRAYER after the gospel of the day the Rev. George Bonn; three daughters, Mrs. and Dr. George W. Schuhmann, rector Ben Stoesser, Mrs. A. Frolin The Right Rev. Henry Moeller, of St. John's church, Louisville, who Miss Sophia Bonn, and fifteen grand- Archbishop of Cincinnati, has reIs a close friend of Father Riley, children. Her funeral took place ceived so many complaints from his delivered the sermon. An'elaborate Wednesday 'morning, the church be- flock concerning a chain prayer letmusical programme was given by a ing almost filled with mourning ter that he has issued a special full choir, the service closing with friends and relatives. communication on the subject. The prayer and the common form of letthe Te Deum. The clergy then reter sent with it, which have been tired to the rectory, where a sumpFATRER TVICKB BETTER. tuous dinner was served. sent through the mall by thouThe Kentucky Irish American The Rev. Albert S. Wlcke, assist- sands, follow: Oh, Lord, I implore thee to bless Joins with his legion of friends in ant pastor of Holy Trinity church, extendinr to Father Riley heartfelt New Albany, is recovering from an all mankind. Bring us to thee. congratulations, and prays that he attack of grip that confined him to This prayer is to be sent all over may be spared to celebrate his the rectory. ,For several days he the world. In ancient days it was golden Jubilee. said that all who wrote it would was. unablej to leave his room. Kqual to Any Ever Held in Kentucky. , k, free frohi calamity or misfortune and that all who passed it would mot with some calamity or misfortune. Copy it and send it to nine friends In nine days, and on tho tenth day you will meet with some AVill lie Opposed by Roosevelt, Joy. Don't break tho chain. Faith of Great Catholic Scientist "The prayer In itself is good," Opinion of United States' Archbishop Moeller writes. and Lesson Which It "The promise, however, which Is held out Senator llollls. Teaches. prayer nine that all who recite the times and send it to nine friends wil in. nine days bo freed from all in itself rank Clalmsllc Is tho Only Available calamity Is samo is to bo supersti- His Germ Theory Means Averttion. The said of Big Man Republicans Can tho threat that all those who fall ing of Millions of Deaths say the prayer nine times, etc., to Unite On. Yearly. will meet misfortune. Any one who recites tho prayer and believes in the promise, sins against tho First Commandment of the Decalogue." Fallacy of Bargaining For Labor It is estimated that in New York The Crowning Acliiveinent of City thousands of the prayers are Arote Now Shown in Latest His Numerous Brilliant in circulation. Inquiry at the Row. of the United States District AtWorks. torney, to which tho .prayer has beon referred show that there is no legal way yet devised to punish SECTIONS its senders. EFFECT DIN UNION FRANCE NOW WILSON PASTEUR. of-fl- co CHILDLESS NATION MENACE ON TRIAL. Tho trial of tho Menace Is now going on at Joplln, Mo., in the Federal Court, seven counts being named in tho indictment of sending obscene matter through tho malls, ono being withdrawn by tho Government, referring to a book sold by tho Menace, tho title of which was "Tho Popo, Chief of Whlto Slavers and High Priest of Intrigue." Early in the proceedings Judgo Van Valkenburgh ruled that tho mere fact that a prospective juror was a subscriber to the' Men ace would not disqualify him from Jury service in the case. IRELAND ESCAPES. m ' life-lon- forty-seven- th Tho Irish Nationalists on Tues day announced abandonment of their opposition to conscription In view of tho fact that the bill does not apply to Ireland, which is looked upon as leaving that country neutral. John E. Redmond, Parliamentary leader of the Irish party, announced in the House of Communs that the Nationalists would not further oppose tho military service bill. Redmond intervened early in the debate, having gone direct to Parliament from a meeting of tho Irish party. He quickly ranged himself and his followers once more on the side of the Government. Redmond said the Irish Nationalists, having made their protest against the military service bill and recognizing that the measure had the support of an overwhelming majority of British representatives in the House, would cast no. further vote In any form against it. He added that the majority for the bill in the vote on first reading, excluding tho Irish members, was ton to one. and that under theso circumstances ho,. and hlstcolleagues could not take thotresDon8lblHtvl'6f.anvfurUioron position. This stirred Sir Edward Carson. tho Orange leader, who in a fiery speech declared that Ireland should be Included in the draft bill. Sir Edward expressed himself pro foundly disappointed with tho way tho Coalition Government has dealt with tho matter of Ireland. In tho latest Issue of tho National Geographic Magazine, in an article on "The World's Debt to France." we read the following: "It was her Pasteur who established the germ theory of disease and through whom the wonderful miracles of saving human life that have characterized tho past third of a century have been wrought. Tho normal death rate of civilized countries before the days of Pastour was nbout thirty per thousand of pop ulation. Today it is about fifteen per thousand In tho moro progressive nations. Think what tho saving of fifteen lives a year for every thousand of population means when applied .to half the earth! It means the averting of 12.000.000 deaths annually. It means more than 25,000,000 cases of illness avoided. It means health and happiness in 20,000.000 homes rather than dis ease and distress. Who can esti mate the benefits to humanity of tho wonderful discovery of Pasteur?" This accomplishment to which reference is thus made was tho crowning achievement of tho many brilliant works of a man who received more recognition perhaps than any scientist In his lifetime over has, and yet who ever found In his studies and Investigations tho deep and overwhelming proof of tho faith that was his. Tho fidelity of Louis Pasteur to tho Catholio church and his firm belief In God wero but strengthened by tho science Into which he delved. "The more I know," he declared, In a phrase which has often been repeated, "the more nearly is ray faith that of the Breton peasant. Could I but know all I would havo the faith of a Breton peasant woman." Aiass now much is it to bo ro- grottodfcthaU-thO- r systematically set about to destroy religion. Thlrty-sl- x years ago ono of its false leaders pointed to "clericalism" as thO enemy to bo crushed, and a short timo ago, at tho end of a long sorles of unjust legislative acts against the church, tho man CATHOLIC ORPHAN SOCIETY who but lately held its chief place of power proudly declared that "tho Orphan Society lights had been put out in the Tho Catholic will Install its recently elected offi heavens."' In a pamphlet issued cers tomorrow afternoon at St. over a year ago by tho Catholic Truth Society of Ireland tho various r measures passed against religion In . . this campaign aro set forth in " do-ta- which Pasteur came" has not heeded tho example of its great son. The men in control of its destinies havo countrfc.from il. " - Tho glory of Franco has been her Catholic past and that which still romalns of it among tho peasants of Brittany. This is shown, but none the less forcibly, In another article on "Tho Beauties of Franco" in the samo magazine from which quotation has been made. Her shame has been tho rejection of her Catholic traditions, her bitter warfare on tho church, and tho acceptance of that falso morality which has stamped her as the childless nation of Europe. Perhaps in the hour of her pain, defeat and humiliation sho may finally decide to cast aside tho "falso prophets" who havo misled hor and to turn once moro to the church for tho regeneration of her children. inad-verent- ly C. B. of O. V. 1USHOP SOANNELL DEAD Tho funeral of Right Rov. Rich ard Scannell took placo from tho Cathedral In Omaha on Monday morning with solemn requiem mass and many clergy present from tho Omaha diocese, of which ho had been Bishop for tho past twenty-foyears. Ho was seventy-on- e years of ago and has been ordained a priest in Ireland in 1871. Ho was, known to many o the clergy in Kentucky, owing to his servlco for many years at Nashvlllo, Tenn. Bishop Scannell was born In County Cork, Ireland, and received hla education at Mlddleton and at Hallows College, where ho was oS daincd. Ho then camo to thill country, his first rectorshin beins at St. Columba's church. Nashville. Tenn. Later ho became rector of tho Nashville Cathedral, and from 1880 until 1883 was administrator of the dloceso of Nashvlllo. In 1890 he recoivod his consecration as Bishop in Concordia, Kan., In 1891 being transferred to Omaha, ur in-ri- pe W. T. MEEHAN, President Catholic Orphan Society. Vincent's Home, when members and friends of the society will bo Following are the offiwelcome. cers: by tho Tho Trustees elected various branches are as follows: Mary nnthnHr.nl. Al S. Smith: St. Magdalen, M. J. McClusky; St. Patrick, W. P. O'Haro; St. Louis oJhn J. Moriarty; St. Brigld, James B. Kelly; St. James, William Bor-trand, ed old-tim- G. W. Hume; St. Charles Borromeo, Borgraan; St. John, Dr. John H. Motcalf; St. Philip Neri, Martin A. McGco; St. Georgo, E. C. Holy Cross, Edward Bronnon; St. Agnes, eGorgo Waechtor; St. Frances of oRme, Henry A. Wolff; St. Cecilia, Thomas J. Dolan. Lan-ning; COVINGTON. Saturday night tho Hibernians of held a largely attended meeting, and after closing tho business of tho year elected tho following officers for 1916: President Thomas F. Donnelly. Vice President James B. Lantry. Recording Secretary Bernard I. Moore. ' Financial Secretary Patrick Covington Joyce. Covington NExVRS FOUR SCORE. Cardinal Begin, tho famous prelate of Quebec, was soventy-sl-x years old on Monday, when he received the hpmago of the people ofi tne province and congratulator messages from all quarters of th worm. Desplto his years he still active. AVOJLN'g WORK. Treasurer John W. Malonoy. President Donnelly is one of the City Commissioners. The Installation of officers took place Wednesday night. Division 1 of Covington is the oldest in the Stato and the new officers are pledged to increase its membership. Arkansas and Kansas have acted minimum vara laws women and rlilMren mablno- all States which now have such legJ Lion, ann iriano nmminnui a aA mission to investigate the quostll - jKiiisrapiJOErsr K&NTUGKY iiisbc Always the Best T7. .a." .MEifcio-ajsr- - IRISH AMERICAN. C8aooo09ac8ac8M3MX8Mg . SOCIETY. I $43"$534$S3$$'$ 3g PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, sued to tte Social and Moral AavaacemeBeBt ot Irish Americana and Cartrellca Mlsa Hattlo Bright visited Mrs. Officially Indorsed by Ancleat Order ot Hibernians, Yoaag Men's Bernhardt In Pleasurevlllo lost week. Institute amd Catholic KnlghU ot America. Miss Mary Downs was In Bloom-fiel- d JCBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporated, Pusllahsrs last week visiting Mrs. Kills SINQLB COPYSC Green. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR I m" tLM BACONS SONS "' T 01 ajuss. aHMlh iwrnoDnDftTen I I I II 1 1 JT Seventy Years Under the Same Name. Urm all Botrd t lilt UsIivHU PotUttlc i Btfaj'Cltf ruttr. Weit CommBaliatleBi to iU KENTUCKY IKSH AMERICAN, W-2- 1 Qrcea St. I Miss Mary Connalighton Is In Chicago for a special six weeks' study course. Miss Catherine Burko is In St. Louis visiting her sister, Mrs. Leo .SOMJE SURE ENOUGH SAVINGS IN Sparks. COMFORTS AND BLANKETS old-tim- LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, JANUARY Thomas H. Hines, of South Sixth 15, 1916. street, has been 111 with an attack of grip and neuralgia. Miss Mary Mitchell has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. M. C. Beam, at New Haven. Mrs. Cora B. Corrlgan had as her guest the past week her sister, Mrs. R. J. Wollmuth, of Buffalo. CONVINCING. In a speech this past week ator George Chamberlain, of Oregon, criticized the administration severely for not bringing Great Britain to proceedbook for Its ings in the present war, and very papers have tew of our even referred to Senator Chamberthe lain's speech. Ho stated that treaty between England and Japan meant that those two nations were to intimidate this country and In that event compulsory military training was necessary. The speaker further Senhigh-hand- ed pro-Engli- sh Bald: the United States and South treaties ica. England has made enemies her hereditary with France, Russia and even Japan. She has treaties with Japan despite the fact that the Japanese are not permitted to land In her colonial possessions. These are treaties of commercial aggression, not of love. What is the purpose of the British alliance with Japan If not to Intimidate the people of the United States? Wo 'ought to be prepared to meet every contingency. Do you know that there are more Japanese vetwar on erans of the the west coast than there are soldiers In the army of the United States on this continent? They are the dyna mite and powder carriers of the railroads. In the event of trouble with Great Britain or Japan every lino of communication between the Golden Gate and the East could be destroyed. For what purpose was 'the Canadian 'Pacific built if not for Every iootol-lt- , a military one? every bridge of it, is guarded by British soldiers In uniform." AmerRusso-Japanese "Now let us bring Great Britain to book, Just as we have Germany and Austria. She has destroyed the commerce of the United States so far as neutral trading Is concerned. Not only that she has seen fit to do what no other nation has over dared to do; she has seized the mails going to and from this and other neutral countries in violation of all treaties Great Brltafn now proposes to commandeer our vessels plying between specially In tho number of cases reported. Justice Kenjiy told the grand Jury at Belfast that the constabulary reports stated that peace and good order prevailed in the North of Ireland, and that general criminality had declined nnd was declining. In opening tho Lelnster Assizes, Justice Gibson observed that there was a falling off In tho number ot specially reported cases. In spite o! tho fact that tho people of Ireland aro deprived of liberty of speech; that police spies are constantly on tho watch for "sedition;" that tho strains of "Die Wacht am Rhine" nro as treasonable now as those ot "O'Donnell Aboo" wero in the old dnys of Fenianism; that Castle-mad- e Magistrates are only too anxious to convict under tho odious g defense of and tho realm act, and that nobody can discuss this war from any standpoint save that of glorification of England, tho country remains crimeless In the ordinary and tho better sense This fact speaks volumes for the' toleration nnd the wisdom of the people, who have kept their heads during n period of the utmost Irrita tion on the part of tho authorities'. freedom-stranglin- AVE HAVE THK OPPORTUNITY' OF OFFERING some exception nl bargains in l'lcccd Comforts, ull of which nre a good substantial make. For ull practical purposes, a pieced comfort is In nowise different from any other comfort. It Is nn expedient resorted to by tho , j mills to Insure absolute economy of materials. For Instance, in tho cutting of tho goods for tho cover, tlicro wl II always bo odd sizes left over that nro too small for a complete covering. Now, tho manufacturers, rather than sell these rcnuinnts as waste, combine, perhaps, two or more different patterns and tints produce a complete cover. e pieced quilt, and they arc As n matter of fnct, the comforts do not look bad they have about the snmo appearance as the sold for little more tlian cost. AVc have divided them Into three lots, according to quality, as follows Harlow was a recent visitor at Brandenburg, the guest of Mrs. Virginia Cole. Miss Clarice Mr. and Mrs. John Molone havo daughter, Mrs. with them their Thomas Hogan, of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pooley have- had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pooley, of Lynhurst, Mo. Comforts, covered with Jn tills division you will llnd largo pretty silkolino in pleasing iloral patterns. They nro filled with good white cotton and were they not pieced comforts would easily command prices of $1.50 to $1.75. Wo set no limit but all you want for a dollar each. Itcd-siz- o In the First JLot Comforts at S1.00 This assortment of Comforts nlso in a largo IhxI size and covered with a twilled cretonne nnd a better quality of sllkollne, and havo a filling of good white cotton. Many of theso comforts nro worth U $2.75. However, they are a little soiled and imperfect; strictly serviceable In every respect. Huy as many as you need for $1.50 each. In the Second Lot Gomforts at $1.50 I IN THE THIRD LOT THE CREAM OF THE COLLECTION The Misses Cummlngs spent a few country days last week at their home near BUrdstown Junction. Misses Hallle and Tyler McMahan went to Seatonvllle last week for a visit with Mrs. Maggio Massey. Tho most desirable offerings of any of tho lots will bo found in Group 3. Theso Comforts nre largo bed size and aro covered with 'French sateen and tilled with good white cotton. Some of them, had they not been pieced, would havo sold for $3.50. Wo truly consider them nn unusually good value nt $1.80 each. SELECT COMFORTS AT $1.89 Blankets at Very Low Prices WOOL-FINISH BLANKETS Wool-finis- BABY-BUGG- Y BLANKETS H Slaughter nvenue, have Just returned from a week's visit to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Gleeson, of h Blankets in a 12-- 4 Theso are slightly soiled, White These Blankets arc to be had in pretty shades of pink or blue with Blzo; they have a blue border; some of them are worth up to ?3.00; block designs, a 39c quality; priced specially for this sale, at each. 25c . .$1.08 on sale at, per pair WOOL-FINIS- H Mrs. M. Hlggins, of the boulevard, had as her guest last week Mrs. E. L. Bowling, of Lebanon Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Donahue, of Eastover, havo Closed their home nnd will spend the winter In the city. of 2224 Mrs. Enoch Hickman, West Oak street, Is confined to her residence with an attack of grip. These Blankets are to bo had in gray, tan and white with pink Blankets, being 68x80 inches, and are to be These are large-slz- o borders; they are extra large size and worth up to ?3.00; on had in blue nnd tan plaids, also plain white; this blanket is worth or blue per pair $2.20 $3.08 sale at, f 4.50; specially priced for Monday, at, per pair WOOL-FINISlarge-slz- o H BLANKETS WOOL-FINIS- BLANKETS $ BLANKETS WOOLNAP BLANKETS Blankets, and wo have them In tan with These Blankets havo an extra heavy fleece and we have them in tan These aro extra fancy blue and brown borders; they are extra large size and nre or gray with blue or gray borders; they are extra large size and will slightly soiled, but thoy are a bargain, at, per pair $2.50 sell at the special price, per pair $1.50 FOR DOUIITING THOMASES. There Is a striking photograph In the current Ibsuo of Leslie's which should oven convince the defenders of Wilson In regard to his recognition and protection of tho Carrahza. It shows a group of Carranza soldiers playing cards in a church In Satlllo, surrounded by sacred Images and holy pictures. This journal further tells how In fllorelia priests have been forblddon' to wear overcoats and In Yucatan they have been ordered to marry and Inciwork eight hours a day. a dentally under the regime sixteen Americans wore murdered on Tuesday. cut-thro- at Mapother, the well Thomas known attorney, wns among those spending tho past week at "West C. Baden. Miss Nellie C. Fincgan has been confined to her homo on Sixth street this past week with a severe attack of grip. Mrs. Lucy Riley and daughter have returned from a visit to her father, Dr. W. T. Chahdler, at Campbellsvllle. Our stock of UndcniiiisUns is one on which wo pride ourselves. Never before has the department shown tho varied assortment and the excellent materials and workmanship embodied in these. And tho prices aro just as low as they can bo and bring its a little profit. 50c Envelope Chemises: Teddy Bears as they aro sometimes called; Muslin Petticoats; 75c and 98c qualities; made with the deep em- made of a good quality of muslin with trimmings of Imitation uroiuereu nounco; in Dom circular ana straight styles; all sizes; 30c German Val. lace; all sizes; price Pnco 4oc or slipover style; they are cut Women's Drawers; 25c quality; 50c Night Gowns; made in the made of good cambric with deep hem- full and are 54 inches; trimmed with lace and embroidery; all smenea rume anu in notn open and closed styles; all sizes 14c 30c sizes Corset Covers; In beautiful patterns; made of good quality of muslin Children's Gowns; made of good quality materials and trimmed with embroidery; cut full and made in and trimmed with laco and embroidery; a number of styles for style: sizes 4 to 14 years; thoy are worth 50c; special price, each 23c choice; all sizes 30c ck ck Women's Undermuslins and Negligee Garments '. Wllson-Carranz- Ben Dougherty has returned to Richmond, after spending several weeks with his mother, Mrs. Daniel &$&&&$&S&&$Q$QQ4GGQ4& Dougherty, In Jeffersonvllle. Tho ones we sell aro tho only REATj DOUBLE SERVICE House Dresses made and they will reduce your laundry work on theso garments to almost half. They aro made of Amoskeag gingham, chnmbray, percale and madras and nro shown in becoming light nnd dark stripes nnd figured jattcrns; sizes 34 to 30. to $1. These are the regular $1.25 House Dresses, which havo been reduced XJTMIIIY HOUSE iDKMrSSSJS $1.00 STRIKING FACT OF HISTORY. a very- The Booklover's Magazine, readable periodical of the secular kind, pays unprejudiced and striking tribute to the Catholic church. It Is a common-sens- e view often expressed Dy Americans. It remains that these in sentiments shall he expressed terms of the heart and conscience: "The growth of the Roman Cath ollc church in the United States is one of tho most striking facts of history and she has also gained tho popular good will, or at least a favorable possession, and she has conquered respect. At present those who look upon her most favorably are that large and influential class of men whoso antecedents were Protestants, but whoso actual con nectlon with a Protestant church Is little more than nominal. They know enough of Protestantism to make them alive to its faults, and they kriow Just enough of Catholicism to make them admire its excellence. Theso men care little for the theological and ecclesiastical questions whch separate Rome and Protestantism. They are legislators, city officials, railroad men, editors, managers of largo business intorcsts. Whenever their dealings bring them In contact with a Roman Catholic Institution, they And an organization which knows its own mind, knows what it wants, has some ono who can speak for it officially and financially. They can see that it maintains discipline among its own members, and seems at the samo time to They are ,retain their affection. attracted, in a word, by its practical, business-lik- e efficiency, and are repelled by the opposite qualities in Protestantism." "SEDITION" THE ONLY "CRIME." The whole category of crime in Ireland seems to be reduced and resolved into one terrlblo offonso that of alleged sympathy with the Germans and alleged efforts to end recruiting in the country. For theso offenses jails heretofore practically empty are being steadily filled, for ,ln no other direction can tho police .pretend to rind criminals. Just now io winter assize courts are being aid as usual the Judge' have ' or nothing to do. At the Mun- 'Assises Justice Dodd remarked Bcially on the imrovements in ird to Clare and Kerry as eom- rod with last year. At Limerick. Istice Madden OHjtratttiatea tne uid Jury of the Connaupht Winter sizes on a remarkable cnmmuuon r Miss Chnrlotte "Webb returned to St. Catherine's Academy last week after spending several weeks with United States Senator, Borah, who her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Webb may be- - the- Republican candidate Miss Clnra Leo Lcary, who has for President, opposes sending an been here on a Visit to her parents, Ambassador to Mexico until Car- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lcary, South ranza has shown that he can estab- Louisville, has returned to Danville. lish his government In Mexico City, Miss Durrett Oglesby, who ha" nnd until he has shown a disposition been spending several weoks with to accede to the American demands her mother at Prestonla, has refor Indemnification for losses in turned to St. Catherine's Academy. that country. There Is no govern John C. Pendergast, the police de ment In Mexico today worthy the nartment chaffeur, is being con' name, and In his opinion tho United gratulated on the arrival of a little Btates should not recognize a gov baby girl at his home on soutn bev ernment that does not govern unless enth street. Wo intend to Intervene there and Miss Florence Rellly was host at help build up a government. Repub- a matinee party Monday afternoon licans in the Senate hold that the nt Keith's, followed by a tea at honor of administration made a blunder In Klein's, In Owensboro. Miss Elizabeth Field, of ItORAII - MAKES STAND. KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and "CutPTowers for all occasions. n Special attention given orders. INCORPORATED. FLORISTS CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS NEW NANZ & NEUNER CO. braco sixty-on- e councils. Omaha Knights nro working for The ten Kansas districts now em 057 Fourth Ave., Louisville, Ky. FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. Presenting only the standard prodnctions, historic, dramatic and comic. success. Tho recent Initiation at Neola, Iowa, greatly strengthened the council there. another big membership increase. Much has been done to promote in terest In tho order at Greeley, Neb. The charity ball of tho Fourth De gree at Oklahoma City was a decided Com-Cel-S- ar k&8$$$SS$S$$34 Good Coffee a Morning Necessity Ytu'll find that Mulloy's Coffei Is JUST recognizing Carranza, particularly without assurances that tho enor mous damage to American property and the large loss of American llfo would bo compensated. Senntor Borah declares that the course .of tho administration with regard to Mexico Is responsiblo In great measure for the contemptuous attitude In governments and which European European peoples now regard the United States. ROTH HAA'E LOOK OUTS. If Colorado and the other nowly dried up States can get any comfort therefrom, the Catholic Advance doesn't mind telling them that during the year 1915 Police Court cases for intoxication increased steadily e In "Wichita, beginning with ia January and reaching 19 C, the largest number, in October. The year's total of intoxication cases wiU' exceed 1,450. This merely means-e- i course that our police are alwayson the look out for drunks. But what a fine look out tho drunks, too, must fifty-nin- will take place on February 22 at Miss Mary Louise Kelly left last Chicago, El Paso and Rutland. week for St. Benedict's Academy at Tomorrow at Pueblo the largest Ferdinand, after spending her va- class ever put on nt ono time in the cation with her mother, Mrs. Ellen State of Colorado will receive the Kelly, In Now Albany. third degree. This ovening Archbishop Eldor J. J. McMahon, ot South Fif- Council will exemplify tho second improving and third teenth street, Is now for a large class of Cinfrom n recent attack of paralysis and his friends confidently hope to cinnati candidates. Tlhen Council of David City, Neb., see him out in a few weoks. will .Initiate another of its booster After spending two weeks with classes January 23, when it is exher parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward pected that tho 300 membership J. Hackett, in New Albany, Miss mark will be reached. Dorothy Hackett has returned to Plans are forming for an elaborate school at St. Benedict's Academy at celebration of Washington's birth Ferdinand, nd. day, February 22, at Portland, Ore., when a prominent nntional figure Miss Frances Little, of Owensboro, will deliver tho address. visiting in Jeffersonvillo last week, The combined councils of Covingwas guest of Miss Jean Burko at an ton. Newnort and Ludlow held a Informal party on Thursday. On joint initiation at Covington last Friday Misses Mary Winston nnd Sunday and conferred tho three deEleanor Berry entertained in her grees on a large class. Thbmas hoXor. Gleason and Edward Tracy exemplified the first, while tho third was in Miss Helen Genevlevo Connell and charge of Deputy Charles Joseph A. Zaun, popular young peo- Mayne and State of Ohio. Dr. J. A, staff ple of Now Albany, wero married Reardon was toastmaster at the with nuptial mass Saturday morning banquet. Holy Trinity church. Rev. af Father Curran was celebrant of tho TRINITY COUNCIL. ceremony. mass Fourth degreo exemplifications whatH want The Great Stomach, Kidney Liver and Blood Remedy An Ideal Tonic and Body Builder. LegallyGuaranteed to satisfy you or money refunded. One dollar for 3 boxes. On sale at all drug stores. Educational James B. Kelly, Dr. J. B. Voor, E. G. Ellert, L. J. Dr. B. J. Lammers. Library Joe Hodes, Theo. Henle, Ben Fromholt, A. H. Dlenst, Frank H. Brlgman. EUCHRE, LOTTO, SUITER. Sll-ber- g, 2 1.3 lb. Now Blend Coffee with Special Rebate Tlokct, ood lor lOo H-I- f" ..... in trade The Mnlloy man is In your neighborhood every week Phone na and have liinx call. C JOHJNC DAN BOTH PHONES 3. MXJXivO Y t 1323-21- 2 W. MARKET ST. J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Hennessy & Axman POPULAR PRICE TAJXORS UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street and performed tho Mrs Edward J. Rclss and daughter, Dorothy Mae, have returned to Judging from 4ts action in their homo at Bellevuo, after a most wanting a discount in the taxes hi enjoyablo visit with their parents, tho Board of Education one would Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Roiss, Sr bo led to believe that the board is a on Wilton avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kraemer, 2114 Bismarck foreign corporation nnd not Inter avenue. ested in the city's affairs. The marriage of Miss Estello Real women are never found in Manio Kennedy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Kennedy, and f.abarets and similar places. There George J. Llchtenauer, which will are those who bear a semblanca to be solemnized with nuptial mass at tho female who frequent such re- St. Patrick's church at 7 o'clock on January 22, sorts, but they aro not the real thing Saturday morning, wUrbe ono in which many friends over the city are interested. When playing politics it Is a good th enjoy a wide acquaintance and plan to learn to tnko your medicine. re popular in the younger social set of the West End. without a grimace. Miss Nora Houlihan enertalned at RECOVERING FROM GRIPj her home in Floral Terrace, the following Attorney Thomas Walsh is jecov' Mueller, being present: Misses Helen Virgie Kerlns, Julia Filben, ering from a severe attack of grip, having been confined to Sw. Mary Norene Riley, Mary E, Phelan, Nellie Nora and Elizabeth Hospital tnia past Kilkenny, Cella McNally, week, but will be able to return Houlihan and Glynn Mackln; Messrs. Ray O'Hara, Proctor, home next week, Mr. Walsh had William been scheduled as 6ne of the George Chenoweth, Joseph McCans, speakers at the Father Riley cele- Ray Thomas, Roy O'Hara. Henry bration in Shelby fue, but was pre- Mattlngly, Carl Wells and Theodore vented by his present Illness. 8chels. have. A largely attended and enthusiastic meeting was held at Trinity Monday night, at which Council tlmo tho following delegates to the Societies of Catholic Federation wero elected: E, J. Cooney, Benedict Elder, David O'Conell, Edward C. Kelty, J. Robert Muhs, B. J. Osterholt, Edward C. Schrader. The Carnival Commltteo made a very report concerning the opening carnival to be hold February From the present outlook everything points to its complete success, as all matters pertaining thereto aro rounding them selves into nice shape. Tomorrow afternoon there will be an Initia tion of about fifty new members into the ranks, which should prove quite interesting, owing to the fact that a visltiug degree team from Mackin Council will have charge of the In itiatory work. The following committees were appointed to serve for the ensuing year: Arbitration Benedict Elder, David O'Connell, Henry Dries, Henry. Bosse. D. J. Hennessy. Literary V, K. Eeker, E. J. Cooney, J. M. Hennessy, J. J. Prof. Leo A. Sehmttt Employment J. C. Klrchdorfer, J. Robert Muhs, P. J; Sandmann, Frank IB. Walter, A. T,, Kaiser. 0. Rit-ma- n, preparations for their euchre and lotto entertainment and supper, to take place in tho school hall on Monday afternoon and night, January 24. They promise a good tlmo fpr all who attend, and the supper, from 5 to 7:30 o'clock, will be a feature and one of the most elab orate of the season. HAD GOOD DAY. Tho men of tho Holy Name Society of St. Agnes church, on the Nowburg with road, are busy OLDBARBEE The Best Straight Whisky On Earth INCORPORATED JNO.T.BARBBE&CO. Sole Owners Registered Diat. No. 32 Main Office and Salesroom, Iloat. City 101 726-73- 0 West Main Street. Gumb. South OGG-- Y Unity Council, Y. M. I., of Now Albany, had another great day Sunnew memberB day when thlrty-Gv- o wero initiated into that society. The ceremonies occupied the entire afternoon and were followed by a The speakers sided as toastmaster. wore John Pontrich and Gerhard Gohmann. Because of illness Rev. , DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. INCORPORATED. banquet at which Frank Zoejler pre- Best Quality Pittsburg and Jeliico Coal.. Office Father Wlcke could not deliver his address. FORTY HOURS. The seryices for the Forty Hours' Adoration in this city will take place next at St. Anthony's church, beginning with solemn high mass tomorrow morning and continuing until Tuesday. 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(Incorporated) IN CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCREERY AL. S. SMITH, PROP. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED Funeral & CO.. NEW YORK. - Director and Distillers Of SOUR MASH "nOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE Louisville, Hf. 528 W. Main St. OLD FORTUNA BOTH PHONES 810. An Opportune Time For the Purchase of Wanted Pieces. ;a809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET;! CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y Clear-Awa- y of Stewart Furniture Chiffoniers Now. Kind. $10.75 Oak $25.00 Oak. S30.00 Leather 30.00 Leather Now. Finish. Maple Mahogany VMWtrVWWVVWWWMVWVWWWVV nOMEPnONE88 In This List Will Be Found Every Furniture Necessity. China Cabinets $25.00 Early English.... $36.75 Early English.... $48.00 Mahogany $50.00 Oak Bedroom Suits $0.00 Poster, $12.75 Colonial Now. Kind. $7.00 Poster, 3 2 J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS Nou . FIRST CLASS WORK SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Griddlo In .the Give This Office Your Next Order Morning" 317 W. GREEN ST. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Telephone City 946 LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) RITTER-HENNING- 3 Finish. Formerly. Formerly. $10.00 $15.00 $16.00 $18.00 ft. ft. 6 3 $1375 Colonial in. $25.00 in. $25.00 $33.00 $48.00 Formerly. $18.50 $18.50 $24.50 $30.50 Now. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. HHMHnMWVHUWHUMilUMWMMMnmmHWMMHMMtH I a Toilet Tables $16.00 Mahogany Solid Mahogany.. $26.50 Solid Mahogany.. $32.00 $50.00 Walnut Brass Beds Formerly. $26.00 $50.00 $70.00 $70.00 Living-Roo- m Suits Formerly. $20.00 $25.00 $28.00 $30.00 822 East Mairx :r3l:. CO. Receivers and Shippers of Hay and Grain. Manufacturers of Shur- The Place Where Plecz Poultry and Stock Feeds Made to Look Hoy, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed SPALDING DRY Chas. A. Cyphers' Now Buffalo Incubators and Brooders PHONBS LOUISVILLE, KY. ITOTJPSI Old Clothes Are Like New." CLEANING 1887. CO Finish. Formerly, $11.05 $10.75 $24.75 $30.00 Walnut Walnut Size. 4 4 4 4 $18.00 $30.00 $40.00 $45.00 Now. Finish. Leather Oak Mahogany Tapestry $14.05 $17.50 $20.00 $21.00 Dressers Maple Maple Mahogany Mahogany Wood Beds ft. ft. ft. ft. 6 6 6 6 Dining-Roo- m Suits Formerly. Now. $125.00 $80.50 $140.00 $115.00 $180.00 $140.00 $195.00 $155.00 DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Finish. Formerly. JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN R. JEUNESSE BUILDING CONTRACTOR Now. $27.50 $18.00 $42.00 $20.50 $80.00 $55.00 $225.00 $175.00 in in in in Formerly. $16.60 $22.00 $27.50 $32.00 $11.75 $10.75 $10.75 $22.50 Now. Finish. Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Mahogany Here Are a Part' of the Many Offerings in Rockers Formerly. $40.00 Leather $85.00 Tapestry $125.00 Tapestry Kindel Davenotte $95.00 Kind. Funeral Directors and Ernbalmers I X West Walnut Street PIONIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home 'Phone Shawnee 1986 2525 ARTHUR A. WILL 810 YORK STREET Phono South 1753 THOS. Louisville, Ky J. BRODERIOK 4392-- J $32.00 $00.00 $80.50 $75.00 Formerly. Now. Now. Kind. William & Mary $225.00 $104.50 Mahogany $250.00 $107.50 $300.00 $200.50 Sheraton Adam design $495.00 $307.00 Kind. Formerly. $28.00 $32.50 $30.00 $38.00 Now. BUILDER 2431 Montgomery Street Home Phone Shawnee 1010 WM. SHEET ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Phone City May Be Purchased On Our Househeid Club Plan. 1000 Zane Street SEE POOLEY FOR (CONFIDENTIAL MONEY RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY HIBERNIANS. SOCIETY METAL 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-- L. 0. a. STIGLITZ & SONS Thos. II. Kennedy KENNEDY-COADY A. 0. H. iecord of the Most Important of What They Have Been Doing DIVISION 1. the Past Week General the Recent Events Culled -Room 1, Courier-JournBuilding Second and Fourth Thursday, Lied- . News Notes. 415 Fourth Street Prom Exchanges. erkranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut. Louis D. Coaily Incorporated G31 WEST WALNUT eBm $29.75 Tapestry Tapestry Leather Tapestry $10.05 $22.05 $24.50 Climb. Main t ttAutlA if iTwTa 200S-- a iIm??! both rno2fi5a;. Homo City 2flOS 2 j. ( FRANK FEHR BREWING Ca DIRECTORY. IRELAND. 00. STREET MANUFACTURERS Louisville Made Furnaces S. Ninth St. City 2542 Homo Phone 210-22- 2 MEN'S FURNISHINGS Homo Phono, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. 111 1 1 f HWHM4WM'MWW M. II LAWRENCE 1 notable progress during the past year. Division 72 of Boston will orgathe. last nic n Ladies' Auxiliary j! week In this month. Tnhn TTnnessv was ab- the meeting of Division 4 ent from ; I Sewer and Calvert Pipe, for the first time m live years. Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, divisions of seventy-fiv- e Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Thrilled BricK, 4 in Officers county, Mass., have InSuffolk Fire Proofing, Flue Lining, Fire BricK dorsed the Irish race convention. Arrgmwmpnts nrt linlmr made for Grate and Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Chimney Jfops. an elaborate celebration on St. Pat OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON rick's day by the Hibernians ai Omaha. HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. who Hibernians, Thoughtful their X WORKS Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and iOth. X really value the order and divis 13th end Brcck. and mombershiD. will attend their I ...- ..... ypmjpim i f4'7Vrr"ll I r"ri Vi"i ion meetings. ITT" """I i iTIVl I I II The Irish raco convention, iv thA Nntlonnl Board offi cers, will very likely bo held in New York City. Ti.n cmiTifv Tinnnl will meet next Friday at Bertrand Hall and County president Connelly urges every dele gate to be present. Division 14 of Yonkers, N. Y., has over $5,000 in its treasury. The yfKjTTB tsmtsSn rUJk The most popular cooking device in Ladies' Auxiliary has aiso over the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, $5,000 in its treasury. Board has The bakes perfectly and consumes the least nnmoii Middlesex County Presidents fhn fiftv division for tho possible amount of gas. a committee to arrange Fourth of July Hold day. It is made to last. One of the most enjoyable Hibernian affairs ever held In Utlca was dm union Installation of Division 2 and the Ladies' Auxiliary. q Auxiliary of Boston nifn gained 195 new members during the 215 WEST MARKET STREET. tUyaa mnntVia' nnmnnlirn lust ended. and now numbers well over 400. Monday night thero will bo a big THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT initintinn nt Smith Omaha, when the division will begin preparations for uuj. the celebration or at. nivlotnn 1 nf Nnwnrlc. N. J., will celebrate its fiftieth anniversary next Wednesday. Tho order thero will report a prosperous year uiai INDUSTRY HOME PATRONIZE night. OF BY OETTINO A TIN During the County Board meeting at Charlestown, Mass., Secretary William T. Fleming was presented Pres. j. BANNON, P. BANNON, JR., J. VEENEMAN, 4- - I Mir. Vice Pres. I This. Secntary. W. L. Cushing. Recording Secretary Daniel McDivision 3 will meet next Monday evening. Carthy. Secretary Edward Financial Vmt Wnvne has three divisions of Clancy. the Ladies' Auxiliary. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Division 3 has the youngest set Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English. ot officers in its history. Tim Lyons. Sentinel fi,n nffirnra of Division 1 we're Installed Thursday evening. . DIVISION 2. nnn'f forirfit the Ladles Aux Meets ivirst Wednesday Llederkranz iliary danco on January 27. Hall. Sixth and Walnut. The Ancient Order has made Vico President President Mark Ryan. P. BANNON PIPE CO. 573-178- 6. At Crossmaglen Petty Sessions J. McConville, Crossmaglen, was elected Clerk of Petty Sessions. The strike of the men on the Tralee and Dingle railway has been settled, the men receiving Increases. Patrick Barrett, Glenduff, was unanimously a member of Newcastle West District Council, in place of John Barrett, deceased. Rev. J. A. O'Connell has been President Joseph Lynch. transferred from Belmullet to O'Keefe. Vice President Daniel Keash, In the diocese of Achonry, T. to which he originally belonged. Recording Secretary John IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Keaney. The Financial Secretary Edward J. vote of Birr Urban Council passed a condolence to John Bergfn, Keiran Chairman" of the Birr Board of Treasurer Thomas Hannan. Guardians, on tho death of his wife. Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. HelDr. P. Rowan, Jr., Tyrrelspass, ton. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. was unanimously elected by tho Edonderry Guardians as medical ofDIVISION 3. ficer of Rhode Dispensary district. First and Third Monday at HiberThe death of Bartlo Galllgan, Portland. nian Home, 1818-182- 0 INCORPORATED Carrickabawn, tho acof President Lawrence J. Mackey. cident while felling iesult tree an near a PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. Vice President John J. Riley. ' Kllnaleck, has cast a gloom over' the Secretary M. Brewers and Bottlers lotjtsviijde. ky. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. KY, Financial 1 1 r QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE GEHBR & SON gsmmm TO-DA- Y BUG AND ItOACH KILLEll for Hound Wa are Headquarter! Cleaning: Material! uoh a X.lnieed Oil Scouring' Powder, Matchleas Soap, CHBMO, TM...of r.r tion of his services. TlirougllOUl uie western ouiieo InatnllntlntlH hv (HvIdlanS and liquid Turaiture and Ofllco Polishes, All the late aad Hew Styles and Shape Inlnt DUlnfeotanti, Germ Killer, Etc. greatly en been can be found bare at reaaonable prlcw. auxiliaries have orougnt out. largo joyed. They also visiting delegations. 'Aa Near to You as tbe Nearest inn In trnlri in nnnrecla- - Phone'i Oar Special $3.00 Spray Oar Special $5.00 Wreath The largest valuei in Funeral Flowers ever offered in "We are alio Headquarter for Sick and Slieaied Booms. Pumi-gUn- g Louisville Chemical 108-11- Co. Loultvlile. For prompt delivery call 223 both phones. ttnllnwlncr thfi Inufnllntinn of offi cers on Now Year's day at Heppner, anu uieir Ore,, tno uioernians Frlnnrla nnrfnnlr nf a haimtCOUB spread and then enjoyed an ovening of music and song. The division at Lakevlew, Ore., tn ndri new members. nniiniina Judge Glynn, of Reno, has been In vited to deliver tno auaress on si. Patrick's day, when thero will be 0 Incorporated Home Phone, City 8222 SOUTH THIRD STREET W First Communion Books ROSARIES SCAPULAR MEDALS See oar bow book, "Hew te Get Ma.rieaV' Every Devotional Artiele here. Ne troHBle te show geoda. JfromM W E nCPREB. SHOP Rxsrthw?noe toulrvMr. muurtiu t l an appropriate celebration. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Columbus. Ohio; will celebrate the feast They or St. Brigid on February 1. will attend mass in the morning and in tho evening will entertain at the Chamber of Commerce. OPEN "Flowers telegraphed everywhere " NEW HALT;. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING H.W. Rogers Church Goods Co. 139 S . FOURTH AVE. o toner FmutUi ami Sttttm The ladles of St. Patrick's parish for are making great preparation In the thqlr first entertainment new school hall, Sixteenth and Market, on the nights of January 17 and 18. Besides a general reunion euchre' and lotto will be features, in which a number of gold prima will be awarded. The ladles Invite all their friend and hope to make the occasion & real houw- warmlng. Home Phone KPlf Rev. Walter Hegarty was pre- Cumb. Phone West 191 THE sented with an address by tho CathO'Brien. olics of Fanghanvale and Lower Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. Cumber, on tho occasion of his Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. transfer to Dunglven, County Derry. Sentinel Thomas Noon. The mansion house, tho proporty of the late John M. Tiernan, J. P., DIVISION 4. WC08FORATLD Aruee, 150 acres of Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, tached, with been purchased land at by John has Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. Kangley, Dunbln, for $29,500 and President John H. Hennessy. fees. Thomas Lynch. Vico President Recently a number of antl-re- Secretary Thomas J. Financial crultlng posters were discovered by Langan. bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent &r,wT Recording Secretary James S. the police In Carrickmacross and Sold at all promptly removed. Tho posters purMcTighe. GRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. ported to have been printed at Treasurer Pat Connelly. Aldershot. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrno. James McCrossan, a well known JOHN B. FRAJSTK cattle dealer, of Strabane, has died at Lifford Infirmary, as a result of Y. M. I. Injuries sustained by being knocked down by an engine at Stranorlar MACIOX COUNCIL, 205. Evenings at Club railway station. Meets Monday In the Convent of Mercy at Moato House, 344 North Twenty-sixtMiss Mary Duane (in religion SisPresident S. O. Hubbuch. M. F. ter Mary Magdalen Joseph), daugh- , First Vice President ter of William Duane, Portarling-tonSchaad. 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 was received Into the order of Second Vice President R. L. the Sisters of Mercy. Z0 TELEPHONE LOOTSVTLIjE. KY, Scheckler. James McGee, of Roodstown, has Financial Secretary, F. O. Adams. a member of tho O. been W. Secretary Recording Louth County Council for tho Ardee A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of Buckle. electoral division. This Is the secTreasurer O. J. Thornton. ond time on which McGeo has been Marshal Theo. Buckle. Inside Sentinel James Radigan. unanimously Very Rov. Canon Cummins, D. D., Outside Sentinel H. Pfoicer. at a meeting of the Roscommon Associated Estates Committee, said it DIED AT EVANSVILLE. Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager was nothing less than a national grazing ranches in Boardman, a former crime to permit town. Samuel W. tho vicinity of a Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, resident of Louisville, but for the County Roscommon Council and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. past several years located in Evans-vill- unanimously elected Brother PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. died Tuesday after a lingering Dillon, Presentation Brothlllnnna Tin In Sllrvlvod 1V hl wife. Mathlas Boyle, as their representative ers, who was Miss Hannah Re'illy, and a on tho governing body of the Unibrother, J. U. uoaruman, proprietor versity College, Galway. The funeral of tho Boston Cafe. Dr. O'Reilly has resigned tho took place from the residence of his brother-in-laDavid J. Reilly, of medical offlcershlp of Charlestown street, yesieruuy Dispensary district. This is the 11UU acventn resignation the Swinford morning at 8:45 ami from St. Louis third Bertrand's church with a requiem Guardians have received In respect of this office within tho last few mass at 9 o'clock. months. YOD JEFFERSONVILLK. Tho death of Rev. Fathor Crowe, year, of Thurles, In his forty-sixt-h ATIku Mlnnln (VConnett. a. nODuIar typhoid two fevor, contracted Schneider's Meat Market young lady of Jeffersonville, has months ago, Is deeply regretted in bcon apolnted stenographer in tho tho archdiocese of Cashel. He was 440 SOUTH FIFTH ST. offico of County Recorder Clifford born in Cappawhlte, and ordained Opposite the Cathedral. ap- in Paris In 1893. Allhands. Announcement of her pointment, was made Monday and Ghoiee Beef. Val, Lamb, Mntiam, Tho death of Rov. Canon Doyle, was received with expressions of Tagoat, is announced. His was a llama, Bseen, Pork, Lard, Saiaafe. approval throughout the city ana wise, moderating, kindly and benefiTelephone City 2241 county. cent influence. His charity though Fifth silent and unobtrusive evidenced his QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. kindness of heart and consideration .for the poor and the afflicted. Sir your boj m dncaUon that will The regular monthly meeting of yrapar thm (or life. Through the good offices of Rev. the Queen's Daughters on Friday M. J. McIIugh, Croesboyne. a settleFuneral Directors ST. XAVIEITS COLLEGE last, weeu was wen at- ment has been reached on the aiternoon oi Net tended and Interesting. estate near Claremorrls, by 113 W. Bro4w7i SoaliTiUe, Xy. Ernbalmers. of the Christmas Shoppe were which, the tenants are to have for Conducted br tha Xaverle.il Brother. Sclentlflo and BucIbsm reported to be $719, and this sum eleven months the grazing of the CliMloal, Preparatory D part meat, Ljltk 10 U X0EICM AVXCSfUttl was given to Mother; Mary, Superior grass lands of the estate, with the Course, Poo), Wall Oyaoi-- . Bwlmmlnr exception of one farm. of tbe Good Shephesd Convent. Dir. Tte9M 122. Mr: Jaai, Twm Recording Secretary Matthew Hession, Jr. John J. district. W1EDEMAN BREWING COMPANY'S lea-lin- g N Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beersc WALTERS' and h. Clay Street Brewery d. FALL CITY BEER GERMAN BANK V.. . e, ! I and Market Sts. H.B0S5ES0N and Car-radoy- ne pro-oee- Ho. oui4 ICEXESTTOOKY w IRISH COJHNG EVENTS. 23-2- AMiE&JICXAdB. HELPING! FOMENT TKOUBLE. Min- THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE fift 1Kattfmmttnttt0 INCOnPOHATED o We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates. 4 January Chesterfield strels at St. Mary's Hall. January 24 Motion pictures and vaudeville by Hlbornlan Social Club at Norman Theater. 7 January Annual charity euchre and lotto for St. Anthony's Hospital, Phoenix Hill Hall. January 27 Leap Year danco of Auxiliary at Schroibor's 26-2j of every housekeeper and have provided in this sale only dependable qualities that make it profitable to buy now. The January Offerings of Linens and White Goods We have anticipated the wants All-line- January 28 Euchre and lotto St. Louis Bertrand's church, afternoon and evening. MorMn V. Z. iiShi" rfilhZ't ' 10 LIVED I Euchro and lotto, St. Augustine's church, 1308 West Broadway, afternoon and evening, FOUK SCOIIE. n Crash Toweling; Crash Unbleached width; with red or bluo 5c yard borders; regular 17c value; speIrish Linen Napkins; cial, per yard 14c patterns; price, per excellent 1....S2.25 , dozen Splendid Quality Madeira Scalpillowcases; hemmed loped Luncheon Napkins; very special, per size; and hemstitched; 22 x3C inches; $5.00 8P.25 dozen per pair Double Huck Hemn Hemstitched Tray size .18.3G Covers; size 17x23 Inches; two stitched Towels; 1.00 very good Inches; price, per dozen qualities; each 25c vr,0c Huck and Union Linen Scalloped Towels; in three patterns; size :i."c Pattern Tablecloths; round de18x3C inches; price, each signs; exquisite qualities; some Huck are slightly soiled Union Linen Hemmed Towels; sizo 18x36 Inches; price, 20c each Sizes 8x8, 9x9 and 8x10 are $1.05 n Crash Towel- extra special, each ing; extra heavy quality, with Sizes 9x9, 9x12 and 10x12 are tape border; in red, blue or extra special, each $0.75 regularly 20c; special, per white; 10 c yard Linollax; 40 Inches wide; In whUe; this material, as the name Special The K.-size; Indicates, has every appearance Damask Napkins; choice of six exquisite patterns; of linen, and it will give tho per same service, but does not muss regularly $5.00; special, 25c $3.50 as readily; per yard dozen 1 17-In- ch Toweling; 21-In- ch All-line- n 15-in- All-line- n All-line- Irish Linen four attractive Table Damask; designs: regularly $1.25; special, $1.00 per yard In several Pajama . Cloth; very good patterns; checked quality; 30 Inches wide; special, Oc per yard n C C C Longcloth; Soft cotton material; extensively used for undergarments; pieces are priced, per $1.75 piece Cambric; 3G Irish Linen inches wide; splendid quality for the making of drosses and un50c derwear; price, per, yard 72-ln- Genuine evenly-wove- 12-ya- rd . .' , 40-ln- All-line- 18-In- Batiste; pretty, white and daintily sheer; very special, yard..25c FuTt-bleach- Mercerized Dress cases; nicely hemmed; size 22x 36; each v.15c Muslin Pillow- S. All-lin- en 23-ln- Linen Sheets; size 90x 96 Inches; hemmed and hemgood exceptionally stitched; qualities; per pair $0.50 All-pu- re In tho death of Mrs. Barbara Bauer, widow of John Bauer, at St. Matthews, the community and Holy Trinity church loses a valued member, a woman whoso staunch faith and exemplary life will live long in the memory of thoso about was born in her. Mrs. Bauer g France, but was a resident of Jefferson county, whero she lived her simple life, doing her entire duty to God, family and neighbors according to her Ideals of Cathollo She was womanhood. for many years a member of Holy Trinity church, whero with her family about her she regularly attended mass. As she lived, so sho died, surrounded by her children and In perfect resignation to God's holy will. Mrs. Bauer leaves four sons, Louis, Henry, Edward and Albert Bauer, and one daughter, Mrs. J, W. Heskamp, with whom sho lived. LAWRENCE J. MACKEY, Her funeral took placo Monday morning from Holy Trinity church, President of Division 3, A. O. H. attended by people from all tho NOTItE DAME. surrounding country. life-lon- anese have formed a socletv and a local branch exists in Manila, tho prediction belne made that In tho future tho entire Orien- - . tal world bo solidified under Orientalism. There is some under-Hal- l. ground movement going on in the Philippine Islands In which Japan Is taking a prominent part. Whether or not tho military secret service 4n linn tlilh tn lin Hfl In Imnnnnlltlrt ascertain. JIany"of the scout and constabulary officers who have had years of experience in the outlying provinces are strong In their belief that .Tnnanpsn ncenta nro nctlvo. and It is of vital importance that such safeguards as are reasonable and necessary be taken by the mill tary officials to guard against any uprising to which Japan may lend her secret support. Pan-Orient- al Pan-Ladie- The Manila correspondent of the Y Chicago Tribune writes that evidence continues to multiply show-lu- g the workings of the Filipino-Japanes- e combination. Tho Jap- HHHHHHHHMttMttMHMH1tMIHHM ps Herman POUBTH AVCNUf Straus flCOOTJWKi; sons MARKET STREET s' i I REMEMBER THESE ARE Clearance Days I With Their Wealth of Real Values. I WE ARE CLOSING OUT REAL $1.00 and $1.50 SHIRTS FOR F AGKD SISTHK I)KAD. FIRE SALE We speak honestly, we speak within bounds, when we emphasize this sale as the sale of all sales. In its economy for you it S I i dresses for girls in Shakespearean plays and a big ;; suits of underwear. favorite in London. Miss Rohan was a devout Catholic- and a woman In whom great goodness of TiEOTUKE AND EUCIIHE. heart was reinforced by purity and J. Wiliam Klapheke will lecture strength of mind. unto tho members of tho Knights of HEAT GIUT GERM. Columbus next Wednesday evening, (Eiy & Warner) jj his subject being "Our Order Its Major Gen. William C. Gorgas, Advantages, Methods and History." Our EVERY article in the store is On Thursday evening there will be U. S. A., of Panama Canal zone one great object is to move this stock. We're going to a euchre and lotto for the benefit of fnme, diagnosed tho conglomerate You can have your choice of either brand in : crowd this store with satisfied buyers as it has never been members and their families, no Invi- ills of humanity at tho Chicago University Club last Saturday and tations being issued. crowded before, and we earnestly Impress upon you to Negligee or Soft Cuffs and you will find the very ;: prescribed one universal medicine come. CARDINAL SCORES OARRANZA. education. Plenty of fresh air, he best lot of Shirts you have ever had the chance to said, mixed with lots of sunshine, "They wil never cease fighting is at present tho best preventive. pick from, at In Mexico under Carranza. I have "The grip can not be avoided by no confidence in tho man." Thus hygiene any more than sanitation did Cardinal Gibbous express his can prevent tho spreading of small-poxhe said. "Tho grip, with its opinion of tho situation Sunday when talking to a delegation of attendant pneumonia, laryngitis and t Boys' M prominent San Antonio business and bronchitis, is a germ disease. Tho We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates professional men who wore in Balti- germ is engendered by a damp, Girls' Women's mild winter and Is spread by con- $ more In the Interest of tho t OFFICEUS INSTALLED. H tennlal pf tho Texas city In 1918. tact aomng human beings. Tho M NONE CHARGED. NONE County President W. J. Connolly The Cardinal had listened to an best thing Is to educate tho people EXGQAGBD. NONE SENT and installed the newly elected officers eloquent appeal for his presence at to avoid those who cough jubilee In San Antonio sneeze and keep away from crowds NONE of Division 4, A. O. H., at tho reg- the three-daNTAnVAI" When a ular meeting of that division Mon- on tho 25th, 2Gth and 27th Inst., and congested districts. ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account day evening In Bertrand Hall, all in the interest of tho big jubileo person has an attack of the grip with this safe, conservative, bejng Installed with tho exception two years henco, and after explain the best thing to do is to go homo, TO OUR CHARGE CUSTOMERS Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more of President John H. Hennessy, who Ing his utter inability to bo present, call a physician nnd properly nurse was out of tho city. Owing to tho he thanked them for their hos- himself." at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 We regret that our arraugements with the insurance companies inclement weather there was only pitality to tho refugees of Mexico per cent. No cost to you whatever. prohibit our charging any goods during this sale. We would gladly KITTING MONUMENT. a small attendance of tho members who aro being cared for in San do otherwise if we could. The same courteous attention eiven the present, and Vice President Thomas Antonio and other Texas cities. depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Lynch presided with John J. Barry What fs tho most fitting monu"The situation there," said tho acting as Vice President. Tho re- Cardinal, "is a crime against civ- ment over tho gravo of a Catholic? ports Secretary ilization. Wo have tried in every The cross! And wo, might add of Financial Thomas J. Langan.and Treasurer way to get help to thoso suffering tho Celtic cross over tho grave of a Under the Big Clock Second and Mnrket Pat Connelly wore read, showing from the warring factions In Mexico Christian Celt! Sometimes wo And tho division In good financial shape and even now have $20,000 in hand In our Catholic cemoterles monu- X State Government Supervision. despite the fact that for sick bene- to help them, but wo can not send ments whoso inspiration and history, fits and charitable donations $500 It to them. We communicated somo whose soul, Is pagan. Tho rising &HQ&$QQQ&&$$&$ had been paid out since last report. time ago with a bankor In Mexico obejisk is Egyptian paganism. It 417-41- 9 County President Connelly FOURTH AVENUE. stated in tho hope that some of tho funds speaks to us of the dusky denizens that ho desired to thank tho offi we had collected could be nronerlv of tho Nile, who lrt their day wor JVVVVVVVVVVfcVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVA1 cers of the division for tho splendid distributed, but soon found that shipped the Tho obelisk support they had given him during nothing could bo done." Tho Car- Is pagan, It sacred leek. no place in should his term of office and congratulated dinal straightened up In his chair i Catholic cemetery.have urn, baro Tho tho division on Its good showing. and launched forth on his denuncia- or shrouded, is Greek and Roman County Financial Secretary Dan tion of conditions in tho war ridden paganism. , It is tho emblem of O'Keofe and Charles McCaffroy country. Ho spoke with unusual the vessel containing made a few remarks pertaining to vehemence and held his party ot cremation;tho dead, tho ornamont the to of d hearers Hlbornlan affairs. with tho earn- ashes the pagan hearthstone. Egypt estness of his words. "I have no bo of ' confidence In tho Mexicans," he re- preserved the bodies of her dead, MADE FINAL VOWS. them If peated, his eyes flashing and both enshrined Greece nnd royal in her The County Board of Tax Supervisors will meet in the office Rome burned Sister Mary Benedict made her hands gripping the arms of his obeljsh. Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of their dead and scattered tho ashes j of the County Assessor, Courthouse (fourth floor), daily between final vows at tho Sisters of Mercy chair. or kept ashes in brazen urns. But J trading stamps, o.r many other useful articles carried $ 10 o'clock a. m. and 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose on East Broadway Sundfav morn the hours of obelisk and urn aro equally pagan Beforp INDIAN MISSIONS. tho of equalizing the assessment of real and personal property for ing. was Miss entering May convent in our premium rooms. and equally out of placo in a Chrissho Julia Drlscoll, 1916 taxes. . tian cemetery. Tho Christian monuIs a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fallowing Is tiro statement of tho and VVVVVVVVkVVVVVVVVVVVWVVVVVVVfcVVVVVV In absence of the board complaints may be filed with the Frank Drlscoll, of Hamilton avenue, Society for tho Preservation of the ment Is the cross. Tho cross Is tho emblem of tho Cruclfled's love the of Itov. Ambrose Drls- Faith secretaries of the board between the hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and and a sister O'Donaghuo's Secretary, 1915: Among Indinn Children for emblem of our redemption the WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAGS coll, Bishop 5 o'clock p. m. and Brother Ambrose, of tho Xaver-ia- n In 1914 tho returns from tho So- oross Is tho foundation, sign and Brothers, the latter being hero ciety for tho Preservation of tho message of a Christian's hope. When The board will meet, for thirty days and adjourn February from Norfolk to attend tho cere- Faith among Indian Children were you contemplate a monument over 5, 1916. mony. your dead, close your eyes to Sister Mary $29,589.45. In CHARLES B. NORTON, Chairman. teacher at tho ChurchBenedict is a been $2C,0G3.33, 1915 they have and urn; they are but symbols obelisk of tho of Our Lady as follows: MemP. J. WELSH, JOS .E. PIAZZA, school. bership fees, $11,884.31; special ap- dead pagan past. Choose tho cross, of the living peal of the Bureau, $6,504.98; Mar- the glorious symbol Secretaries. GYM OPENING CARNIVAL. quette League (chapels, etc., Christy who dleth now no longer. $4,755.04; mass intentions, $1,719; Liulics'iSults Cleaned and Pressed $1.00 Tho Gym Opening Carnival of interest on legacies, $900; special SAVINGS IN SCHOOLS. Trinity Council will bo held in tho donation for specific numose. $300: Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned and Pressed ,....1.00 A movement for tho encourage and Morton Gentlemen's Pnlm Bench Suits Cleaned and Pressed. . . .fiOc 1 club house, Baxter 8, D and 10, ave- total Is$26,063.33, nues, February 7, and It with a feeling akin to despair ment of thrift Is being introducedGentlemen's Suits Sponged and Pressed 25c Into tho narochial schools of Paterthe Committee of Arrangements aro that Rev. Father Ketcham, Presiparplanning soveral now and novel feat dent and Director of the Indian son, N. J.,' and surrounding INCORPORATED. ures for the benefit of visitors. Bureau, calls attention to still an- ishes. It Is tho establishment of banks for tho small savings of the Among tho booths in charge of tho other falling off In these returns 207 PAUL JONES BUILDING ladies aro Japanese garden, garden tho decrease being $3,526.12. The scholars. Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. and linen booth, country storo, Ger- Indian calls to us for help. His cry LATEST IN STYLES. man village, candy and cake booth, should touch every Catholic heart. mysterious Gypsy camp, novelty doll Under Governmental tyranny the Evening gowns aro very low. booth and wireless telegraph station. children of somo tribes can not en Stocks with jabots continue to be joy the benefit of their own moneys ror educational purposes If they at- worn. LEAP YEAR DANCE. tend mission schools. Must the In Neck scarfs aro fringed on all Tho Ladies' Auxiliary, A. O. H., dian be forced to stand by 'and see edges. are planning to make their leap his little ones draggod down to hell Hats have a decidedly mannish year dance on January 27 a notable because ot the helpless condition in fashion. affair and are especially desirous which he Is placed by narrow-minde- d Beaver fur has grown into great interpreters of our laws? of having all of their male friends present on that date. The dance This ho will be forced to do unless popularity. Silk mantles are lined with will be given at Schrelber's Hall his more fortunate Catholic white broadcloth. ff and a splendid dancing programme brethren speedily and far more genRibbon is well used on chlo aferously than heretofore come to his is being arranged. ternoon toilets. help. CONSECRATION. Velveteen suits are more than ever in fashion. WHAT SAVING DOBS. What will doubtless be the big The bouffant skirt holds first event of the year In the Covington By Just a little effort every man place in fashion. BS every woman, diocese will be the consecration of who Is earning and Colored cord piping is charming Bishop-eleBrossart, which will too, can save something. Supposing on checked wool. Bht iKp'tEstBB take place January 25 In St. Mary's you save $5 a month, at the end or The waist line ot long coats may BL in fiovinirton. That riav 713-71- 6 SOUTH SEVENTH 8TR151ST i Cathedral commemorate me anni- - lntriit vou'-wlllOBg Or short. hav a. fln'a 4 wui aiso .,S.2M. HM,HMW. Tllililill-- C Tlrftldlnr .Id lTlUCh USd OB COatS Tertiary of the consecration of the 7tm1 amnuiittnv tn 1 9 979 ' 7(1 Kfr.w lis a good time to bogi'n, Mate Bishop Maes. ' cotum. 'and and aprons, ICO twenty-si- x - overtops any sale ever held der this roof. profit-stripped. Additional lots are being shown as fast as we can arrange them ens bHOrl A AVU OnULO f All Sister Evangellsta, for forty-nln- o years a member of tho Lorottlno Sisterhood and mistress of novices and directress at Loretta Academy Jn Marion county, closed a saintly and useful career Monday morning, her death following an illness of only a few days of grip. Sho was educated at the Ursullne Convent nnd Presentation Academy in this city, and entered tho order August 15, 1867. Sister Evangellsta was a noted teacher of music and German and had taught In Louisville, St. Louis, Florissant, Pueblo and Loretto Heights, Colorado. Sister Evangellsta came of an old Louisville family. Her brother, Dr. Andrew BIndewald, of Louisville, was at tho bedside when the end came. Two other brothers, Anthony, of Georgia, and Henry, of Louisville, and two sisters, Mrs. Hermann, of of Louisville, and Mrs. Schweers, Augusta, Ga., survivo her. She also has three nieces in the order, Sister Mary George Hermann, of Louisville, who is at St. Louis; Sister Rachel Hermann, of Louisville, who is at Las Cruces, N. M., and Sister Andrew Schweers, who is also at St. Louis. Her funeral took placo Tuesday, the Interment being In the community cemetery. Seven young men made temporary vows and four aspirants received At the annual meeting of the the religious habit of the Brothers Sewing Society of the St. Joseph's of the Holy Cross at Notro Dame Orphan Society on Sunday the fol- on the feast of tho Epiphany. lowing officers were Installed : Presi- V wtArmrs Afrrnrcse tp!atv dent. Mrs. Theresia Stelnlage; Vice. President, Mrs. Bertha BrandelW' Ada Rohan, tho famous actress, Secretary, Mrs. Katherine Stoesser; Treasurer, Miss Theresia Hubbucii. who died in New York City last According to tho annual reports the Saturday, was a native of Limerick, receipts were $405.12, and the dis- Ireland, her real name being Creg-haher parents coming to this bursements $314.84, leaving a balance of $90.28. During tho year country when sho was five years members of tho society made six old. She mado her reputation as pairs of trousers for boys, sixty-on- e one of tho Augustln Daly Company SEWING SOCIETY OFFICEUS. Or Three For $2.00 And any man that needs Shirts, ::' ii.now is the opportunity to get:: n, good spring pattern- sE. Manchester and W. Brands ,': 69c Each or Three for $2.00 Ill I bi-c- en Al dflLX pi ') 4-- tHlj y Sixty-one-year-o- ld S2 German Insurance BanK I NOTICE TO TAYPAYERS! spell-boun- Tip Top Bread Pure. Guaranteed 100 i i Central Coal and Iron Co. 4b440 COAL DR. THE MASTER CLEANER AND DYER Puis Cleaning and Dyeing' Co. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi BE SURE TO CALL FOR Render, Jellico, Smokeless, Anthracite McRENNA IT J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. WHISKY ALWAYS PURE. ct l lltt!h I McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky.i one-pie- ce '