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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22 1916. 340 barrels of potatoes and 500 PRICE FIVE CENTS. barrels beans and tomatoes for table use; besides hay, corn and fodder for tho llvo stock, which is now sheltered In comfortable and sanitary buildings. Frank Schmltt was called upon and in a pleasing and impressive Making: n Test Case or His Power manner installed tho following offiWith Present General cers: President W. T. Meehan. Asscmblj . Vice President John A. Doyle. Recording Secretary Harry T. ll Jltlfr lrl I 1 II If llJI-- A A Lr ll lil r$ 1 Aml Its Results Discussed Ex-G- v. ly Pcnnypackcr of Pennsylvania. Corresponding Secretary. Charles Fire From Many of His Faulkner. Warm Supporters. Treasurer B. J. Campbell, Jr. Henry Bosquet, one of the origsenseless fashion. Mr. Wilson notiinal advocates of the Catholic Orfied the Americans who had been phan Society, was called upon and Invited to Mexico and had there inin a ringing address pointed to the Senator Charles II. Knight .Retaken Predicts Japan nnd lSiitjlandWlU vested their substance andcountry. progress made, and in conclusion their families to leave tho ceives Praise For the SepaAttack United States in made a most generous offering to He had no word for those Amerirate Seat IHll. both orphanages. Henry Michael, cans who heedlessly went on board Future. Near also of the St. Joseph Orphan Sothe Lusltania, and being on the vesciety, said the new society had done sel of a belligerent, loaded with that which had taken others many munitions ot war, lost their lives. years to accomplish. Rev. Charles RYANSOVERLOOKSTHE ENEMY It would have been a warning given ELEVENTH ALWAYS OUR ENGLAND P. Raffo, representing Bishop before and not after the event, and O'Donaghue, said tho society had saved them from the might have had a strenuous year but with gratiresults of their indiscretion, but fying results, and that they would he failed in his duty. It is evident that Gov. A. O. work still harder this year. After Samuel W. Pennypacker, If the Biitish win this war thoy r VOtinir thanks to tlir nffl. Stanley is determined to settle in of Pennsylvania, In an article in the will tighten their hold on the seas, cers, Messrs. J. P. McGinn, H. A. his own mind as to whether his con even Philadelphia Public Ledger this where they our now threaten New. Veeneman and J. A. Hoertor, the trol of whole coast. The presents an able argument as York and week WORLD'S BIGGEST Gl'N FOR NEW YORK HARBOR lonowmg committtees were an- secure the General Assemblv is ns of America In the Cossack will be in Constantinople to the conduct as his supporters and friends JapFirst of tho new coast defense monsters arrives in New Yoik. This gun Is capable of throwing a nounced: present European war and dis- and perhaps In Berlin, and the have claim, judging by his announced inC. Finance Twenty-seve- n effect from both anese, their ally, who they projectile twenty-on- e men are seated on this gun as shown In Hume, Rev. Rev. M. P. Raffo, W. G. miles. It weighs 200 tons. cusses the probable P. Monaghan, Ed- tention of backing to the limit sevthe standpoint ot victory of the agreed ismust be satisfied before photo. ward Brennan. eral prominent pieces of Intended made, will "be" crossing the Mr. peace success. Allies and Oeiman la IVin Home M. J. McCluskey, flnn nf thoan Pacific, avhat-good will alMhis do John lppln1nftnn Pennypacker's argument and logic to America, even though Schwab, s Moriarty, B. J. Campbell, Jr., S. R. bill, and right here It can dorsed and that which haB been, Is significant Is unanswerable and it Hardman. oo preuictea mat tne uovernor is in . detrimental has been opposed. Such press have re- flu Pont and Morgan aro more that the Food John J. Morlnrt.v. Wnrrv T. for the fight of his life, as de- work deserves to bo extended. In frained from publishing it or lefer-rln- g .weuimy i Germans win, then in all Colgan, Charles Faulkner. tArmlnnrl nnnnalflnn In tlila i1toatln If the this way will tho Catholics fulfill to it In any manner. In part probability Canada, with the Great uiotning w. G. Hume, E. E. measure Is rapidly cropping out and their duty to their1 community and he says: Lannlng, George J. Woechter. Lakes, the St. Lawrence river and irom quarters wnero neretorore it also to tho church which is theirs. Americans who aie not hyphen- tho Manitoba wheat fields, which Children. Eastern district nv was believed that Gov. Stanley could C. B. of C. V. ated by being either Dr. Georgo A. Tn Rtrnnir ought the British wrenched from us In tho Associated Activity For the AdThe Catholic Orphan Society nieicaii, narry Schuhmann, Dr. J. H. do no wrnntr. newspapers Domnirotlcor sections the days Polk, which eswoite. RECENT DEATHS. seriously to seek the correct solu- Democratic of theofStates. will enter Makes Improvements at vancement of the General Children, Western district Rev. pousea tno ataniey cause now find Canada queries, the union of two fundamental tion C. P. Raffo, William will be unable to protect herself in P. O'Hare, that ho wants to kill at one fell Two Homes. Good. John Brucker, aged seventy and a and to decide what result will for any other way and can do no otherJohn A. Doyle. swoop one of the chief assetB of a most benefit mankind, wise. What Charles Carroll tried of St. Joseph's congregation, member the future Children, outside city Rer. P. M. country newspaper, and that is railcourse of conduct will to accomplish during the Revolution Sunday afternoon at his home, died and what Monaghan, M. A. McGce. road transportation in exchange for most benefit their own country. 1515 Quarry street, leaving his wife, Grievance Henry advertising. The In doing Allies win It would and would havo succeeded Canadian Duty For the Catholic Members Mrs. Margaret Brucker, and five Annual Meeting and Installation Doyle, M. A. M.cGee. Wolfe, John A. owner necessarily country newspaper Should the has to travel to would come west had it not been for the New Engmean that Russia sons, two daughters and seventeen Entertainment Thomas Dolan, and from tho different largo cities the of Officers Attended by of the State and ComEngland has already dislike of havo Puritans of and tho in Europe. grandchildren. Tho funeral was held W. P. O'Hare, Edward Brennan. In the State in the interest of his been realized land will Many. munity. promised her the possession of Con- hopo of Washington and the paTuesday morning, attended by many Membership Charles Faulkner, business nnd hn fanta tlint It la of reaching stantinople as a means W. Borgman, Henry Wolfe. mourning friends. legitimate to sell advertising space How Is that triots who founded the Government Agricultural S. Tt. TTjirdmnn Tt ior transportation just me same as the Mediterranean. to be fulfilled. When that time comes, result going to bo helpful either J. Campbell, Jr., James B. Kelly. it is legitimate to oxchange Sister M. Herberta, for thirty-si- x and it may come, the United States that Europe or to the world? Russia of America will occupy a continent Noteworthy Action Taken by years a member of the Ursulino Sis- St. Vincent nnd St. Thomas Asy- uei ai a. sniitli, M. A. McOee. snaco for a suit nf rfntlmq nt nnn nt already occupies the half ot Europe and its representative Press J. B. Kelly, Thomas Do- his neighboring clothing houses. If institutions terhood, died Saturday morning at lyiuns Put in Fine Toronto Catholics Watched and the halt of Asia with more ter- dominate the destinies ot mankind. lan, B. J. Campbell, Jr. uov. maniey is maKing a test case the convent on East Chestnut street. ritory than she can utilize and with Its system of government with this of his .strength in the General As- Condition. With Interest. She was a native of .Newport, where more people than she can provide demonstration of the Inefficiency of no oni. snnihlv It. nnn hn ntntprf TRINITY COUNCIL. sho leaves one sister. The funeral for properly or civilize. Does the royalty which has become an gested above, that ho has picked a was held Monday morning at the conposslblo substitution ot the Slav and f!nnnpll V M T lni,l on sure euougn nut to cracK, anu in tno Tiluitv will soon bo adopted by vent chapel, the burial being in St. Cossack for the German piomlae Great Britain. Initiation In Its lrmt owe And we FOR THIS YEAR day afternoon, club hminn forty-fou- Sun. event of success he will find that COMMITTEES In our disenthrallment upon shall seas POLITICS MUST BE AVOIDED Michael's cemetery. improvement or retrogression? thi limrrrln nf vlrtnrv wne nnrrn a class of r the truth, looking at the matter broadly and our relief from a danger which Demg tauen into the ranks of this and that he will lose that before Martin Donahue, son of Mr. and view to the welfare of has often tlueatened and with a cntorprlslng council. us In tho Many words adjournment. Mrs. Fergus Donahue, 907 East humanity In the management of North, not to our own foresight and of praise were heard for thf Mnrkin Senator Charles H. Knight, of this Chestnut street, succumbed Tuesday ought to be endeavors, but to those of Germany. cold Council degree team, who extremely Despite the mundane affairs, there The public welfaie Is cortalnly to tuberculosis, from which ho had had district. Is slinwlnrr lilmaolP n mnn of the splendid att- chaige of the exercises. The newly of courage and conviction by intro- was a a union of all branches the concern of all. Particularly is long suffered. Besides his parents weather there meeting of Initiated members wore Robert uucing me separate seat or "Jim Teutonic race, Germany, Holland, HAVE HARD TISIE. there a duty for the Catholic mom- - one brother, Patrolman John Dona- - endance at tho annual Sweden, Rntrinnd. the United States. thn.CnthoHQiprphan Soclotyonun- - Bossq, S. M. Bennett. Crow" law to annlv to Rtrpot pars I l.sSt&ieox-c9Smusityi9--l frreTrtrHw&n?(rfs7c ri..-Ybeffr C. K. iSilfis. I'. F Hoffmnn V.' n rn v?."ir.'ir-";.T.l"r-r: Division' ,t: cm: n u; .iij ui lunu in tk oiuie. iiiu the problems vancement or the interests tnoy imv Thursday night of last week with turn their attention to or community His funeral was held Thursday morn phanage, when the yearly reports Pallor, A. J. Heilman. P. H. Esch-no- r. ursi giance tno measure appears At a State L. D. Maler, J. J. Effinger, E. little drastic, but mi onrnml t limit lit in common and for the protection only a small attendance, due largely with which thatThey can contribute ing from St. John's church, where ho wero read and the officers installed, had long been a regular attendant. President W. T. Median presided J. Mock. J. A. Fleck. R. A. SrhroMi- it is realized that It is but another against the inroads, first of the Slav, to illness of members and other has to deal. and tho minutes' of the preceding J. J. Connelly, R. A. Stetson, A. C. phase of tho segregation law, and and then of the Mongol. The Eng- reasons. This division has had a much toward the solution of these The funeral of Patrick J. Welsh, annual meeting weie read by Secre- jjiuwii, Li. i'. jonnson, j. m. Braun, that law has worked wonders in lish are only a tribe of Germans, hard year, paying out all Its income problems because of the stability E. P. Hardesty, F. C. Brown, Dr. Louisville, being the means of prewho In the sixth century found their for sick and death benefits. In view which ordinarily characterizes the eon of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Welsh, tary Harry T. Colgan. population. In tho midst 437 South Twenty-eight- h way across the North Sea to their ot the depleted treasury it was CatholicDressing Tho first report was that of C. J. Glesler. E. A. Pr.inht. .Tr lip venting tho rnnlil flonnnllntlnn street, ocnt pres necessities of island homo. Their supreme sin In voted to notify all members to bo of the social conditions this is all curred Tuesday morning from St. President Meehan, which roviewed J. B. Voor, W. Walton, L. J. Hoff-- property by negroes who believed workings of tho Cath- man. jr., i,. i'. Hoffman, G. I. Gates, themselves better then their fellows. been that they have present at the meeting next Thurs- ent day this war has church, attended by many in detail the l'lus a., m Cecilia's and associates. proven faithless to their race and day night, when action must bo the moio Important, moving in white districts. Deceased olic Orphan Society for the past D. L. Polin. C. E. Slevert, friends Tho with tho heathen taken and the future policy of tho fact, in his encyclical on "Christian wn twnntv.twn vnnrfi nlil. nnd until year and the Improvements made Hubbuch, P. B. Hawkins, E. H. street car nrohlnm nnnlil hn nr? have cohabited J. stranger in order to gain division decided upon. This state of Social Action" points in an especial stricken by pneumonia had been In at bo"1 stl Thomas and St. Vin Schoenbachler. F. M Vniir tA. n justed the samo way and remedy tho and the help In a household quarrel. affairs Is said to be largely due to manner to tills obligation on tho perfect health. Friends and neigh' cent Orphanages. These included Gollar, Jr., E. P. Shadburne, 'j. l! same trouble. The average negro Spencer and Darwin long ago the of members. part of Catholics to participate in bors feel most sincere sympathy for the sun porch, Are escapes, steam ivuiuiiiu, u. a. wenor, E. G. Otte, or negroess boarding a street car "It neat, laundry and minor changes . r. oinion, u. u. uachlgoulpl, M. and flnrfinir nnn nnrsnn In otrnM pointed out that the struggle for ex- President Mark Ryan has invited fho discussion of public affairs. pres- tho bereaved parents. at St. Thomas Asylum, and the com- B. Moore. W. J. Schwlml. to be Is certain," he says, "that the n t seat will, lnstoad of sitting along- istence Is most fierce between those County President Connelly closely allied in present, and he will install the offi- ent constitution of States offers to the two wings at St. species which are color, nlant ot tnoir Funeral services over the remalna pletion of together with the instal- Gratzer, S. G. Coates. Another In siuo one herself In own seat to us be- cers. all wtihout distinction the power of Vincent's, or blood. Britain is hostile with a opinion, nnd of Mrs. Flossie Lanahan O'Danlel lation of perfect electrical lighting itiation is Demg planned to take him nerson. nnd the nonrlv nvnrv public Influencing wo both want place early in March, to follow In White cause she knows that Catholics, while recognizing the ob- were hold Wednesday morning at apd steam heating systems and the membershln cainnnlcn urhlnli 1..IU the caso the negro man will plant himthat k the samo things. She showed CapiIJERTHAND CLUB ELECTS. ligations Imposed by the law of God Sacred Heart church, Rev. Patrick making of the buildings sanitary in started immediately after hostility when she burned our the "Gym self In the seat with a white woman. precepts of the church, may Walsh celebrating the solemn re- every respect. President Meehan rue Kentucky Irish American was tol, when she sent out tho Alabama At a meeting of the Bertrand Ath- and tho carnival," quiem mass. Mrs. O'Daniel suffered called special attention to the aid conscience enjoy with Ono Of thfl first nvnnnnntn nf tlin and Florida to prey on our com- letic Club Monday evening the fol- erty safe prove themselves this lib- a lingering capable since the death of rendered by Col. P. H. Callahan, and illness segregation law, which has proved merce, when she with Russia drove lowing officers were elected to servo ANNUAL BABY .MARATHON. as much as and even more than her husband in a railroad wreck, and Owen Sullivan and E. J. O'Brien, Bhustor out of Persia, and when during the present year: successiui, ana tno writer believes In tho ma- passed peacefully away Monday night whose efforts and others of were largely reshe prevailed with Mr. Wilson sovcar The Mackln Atheltic Club has be- mat tne street pnnd segregation President William P. Kelly. g of the at her home, 951 South Seventeenth sponsible for terial and civil of the good Would mnvo n"ho Elihu Root to surrender our Vice P. people, thus acquiring that author- street. Left to mourn her death are work noted. muchalso commended gun preparations for their second only be annthnr President Walter He ereignty over the Panama canal. In Meagher. anual baby Marathon, to be held on uro criticisms being heard thus far respect which may make it two children. ity and Jeff Bannon for his assistance and Washington's this war by maintaining a real irom tne ciass wno travel in Recording Secretary Ray Hara-ga- possible for them to defend and birthdav. Fehrnnrv 99 Henry Rapp and Joseph The Drs. and indicating a proper running of the ovent this year automobiles and a perchance havo promote a higher good, namely that never ridden on Miss Mary Naughtou, daughter of Schaefer for their services to the sympathy with a sturdy and capable street car after Secretary Financial Leo P. ot the soul." struggling for existence people, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Naughton, 121G Sisters and orphans. The farm was is creating great enthusiasm and a an exodus of colored employes from A very interesting effort along West Oak street, overwhelming Rellly. against seemingly away Sun- well managed and supplied both in- large entry list Is in prospect. From a tobacco factory. Treasurer George' C. Fltzgibbons. this line of action has been recently day morning after passed Dr. Lewis Rvans. nf thla riK-numbers of British, Fiench, Serban Illness of th.ree stitutions with vegetables for the present indications there will bo a Sergeant-at-Arni- s R. launched in tho city of Toronto by Weeks. Thomas away lnrgo number of competitors to go CaniO to thn thin wnnlr itrltli n ians, Belgians, Italians, Russians, Besides her parents three summer as well as storing the Catholics of that municipality. much for the winter. The health 10 tllO POSt. The Mackin rnntlnepnt few bills pertaining to purity In Algerians, Japanese and Hindoos, Heslin. Joseph and It is tho purpose of the club to "The Catholic Municipal Association brothers. Thomas,two sisters. Martin f tno, children was reported far now iii trnlnlng are Michot, Thomp- elections, out it is oeneved that tho made a friend we might have N aughton, and Misses U son, Zlnnlnger, Hogan, Lew Ulrlch, genial "Doc" failed, through overamong the nations. It would seem again put a strong team in the Twin of Toronto" has been formed. Its Jul! and Edna Naughtou survive constituMession, uarrlco, C. Gruessor, Larry sight probably, to Includo measures that tho very meanness of giving City Baseball League and also de- objects, as set forth in Its encourage hor, She was a devout member o! tion, are "to promote and good Sisters. The so Molsner nnd Schulor. Confirmed ui reiorm mat win stop tho wholecare support to such a combination velop material for tho different St. William's church, from where the ciety now has fourteen branches events in tills city. Some aro of the study of civic administration In in the Eleventh diswould have been resented by Ameriwas held Tuesday morning, vith a membership of 950, which reports have been received from va sale thievery hln fnllnr.T?nniih1linc) can manhood. Instead it may as the opinion that It would be wise the system of government and In funernl rious sources concerning their in- trict, where Itev. recognized that we have "preparedness" for tho club to be the administration of civic affairs; ing Father Georgo Connor celebrat- it is expected will be largely In- tentions of enterlnir the event. well be reputa Of have obtained a nation-wid- e tho requiem mass. creased before the next annual these tho Bertrands, under tho lead tion ior returning any figures thoy bo managed as to retain tho old gin enrolling school youths, and with to procure wise and progressive legmeeting. anu to early athletic training have the islation and to do all that Is posconclusion President ership or Kennedy, have six men In cared to in an election, and above In rivalries or Great uritniu, Mrs. Margaret Leamoy, aged Meehan commended the Sowing So- civic govall held those for make another enemy of Germany. nucleus or a splendid athletic or-- 1 sible to insure a strong representa- mother of Lieut. Michael J.the Leamey'cietv for its work and the Sisters training. Trinity Y. M. I., Portland ward, which looks several days afterernment composed of mili- ganlzatlon. Professing to fear the German peculiar It tives pledged to efficiency, consist- and Miss Nellie Leamey, and one of j (n charge of tho girls and boys for A. C. Boulevard A. C . Y. M. H. A., Is considered that In these when of tary spirit, we have done all that days ent with economy, and to promote, tho pioneer members of St. Louis their assistance and motherly care Y. M. C. A. and Oakland A. C. are telephones and telegraphs we can to bring it has been possible to do AMALGAMATED. expected to bo represented. flnnltonf1,d We discuss and support measures relat- uuuiuuu a nni(a1i ntfln nnltn1 in. tint 'iui 41 nliM.lnnn transmit news in jig faiioiif tvuo .stvu iv iivi r.f Lilt; Lllliuivii her wrath upon our heads. conIt Is The course of the race has been nlso remembered that time. district was given the ing to the welfare of tho city and eternal reward on Tuesday, following Close attention have been boisterous In our this At tho December meeting Branch the citizens." report of Financial chnnced to .in nrtvnntntrn ovpr Mis Is an asset of the a short illness at her homo, 839 reading of the Wo have 5, C. K. of A., of demnation of Germany. parSt. Branches are to be organized in South which one of last year's race. A section of crew, street. Mrs. Leamey Secretary S. R. Haidinan, always received hidden out ot sight and condoned ish, voted to consolidateBoniface with Branch all the wards of the city and to was of Soventh nature and was held gave an Itemized statement of the tno oiu course, troni AinrKct street joritieswho that district in abig main a kindly the far moio grievous offenses of 6, of St. Martin's, and the union took Demoto Broadwny, was tough going, owing cratic primary, when in tho general Great Britain. In all of our 'his- place at tho first new year meeting keep in close touch with all tho In high esteem by a wide circle of receipts and disbursements for the Catholic voters In their vicinity. friends and neighbors. Her funeral rear ending December 31, 1915. to tho fact that obstacles and bad election Democrats tory Germany has never crossed our of couldn't, hn the path. Wo have never made a step ance latter. There was an attend- Municipal measures aro to bo care- was held Thursday morning with re- Tho total receipts, including a cash brick hindered the competitors' feet. 'ound with a search warrant. that well filled St. Martin's fully studied and an especial effort quiem high mass at St. Louis Ber- balance of $2,616.75 at the begin- The course Is now from Mackin club Representative Will TWrv'a hin forward that the British havo not ning of the year, totaled $29,504.15, house, south to Market, east on Ma In regard to tho election of County endeavored to thwart. Let no man Hall, and tho proceedings were is to bo made to develop public trand's. by enthusiasm and the best speakers within tho association, "so tho principal items of which were ket to ji p.nrtnln ltnlnt nsrsrrnirntlnir a wuiiuiiiBHiuuers rail to observe that in those matters marked win prooably bo 5 Christmas collections mile and a half, then back over tho passed at this session, and It is affecting ourselves where we have of feeling. President Oscar Maler as to fit members to meet their felMany frleifds wero grloved Tues- the Dleaslntr to nntn thnt It .Inaa in day morning when they learned of amounting to $8,555; annual picnic, samo course. given blamo to Germany in this war welcomed tho members of Branch 5, low citizens on equal footing call for the selection of a non her efforts were being directed hearty responses being made by a public life." "All questions, meas- the death of Hamilton, for J5.19S: Record for 1914. $3,387: partisan commission, as ono body of against her enemies nnd the injury number of Its old leaders, who wero ures and grievances," It is also in a quarter of a Wallace connected with dues from branch soceities, $1,753; CONSECRATION. century be disfrom German $5,000, that kind here, tho Board of Educato us was incidental, but that on rejoiced that the two branches wero teresting to note, "shall our local theaters, at his home, 282G loan remainder being Bank, endow from the other hand tho injuries inflicted one. Treasurer Falk and Secretary cussed with tho idea in vlow of tho West Chestnut street. He is sur- the Tho Right Rev. Ferdinand Bros-sar- tion, has nrnttv nonr rrli.nn Tt ... ments and interest, donations, rents, by the British have been directed Hoffman endorsed tho action, which betterment of all classes and creeds D. D., Bishop-eleof Coving- lie their fill, tho politics pertaining against us. The British havo closed greatly increases the membership of that go to make up tho population vived by his widow, Mrs. Rena Mag-n- board nnd tuition, farm products, ton, will be consecrated as Bishop iu in u uumu, oi wnicn mere is a Hamilton; a daughter, Nora Lee interest on deposits, refund on over Iho North Sea to our commerce. Branch C, for years the largest in of the city, and matters taken up at St. Mary's Cathedral next Tues- peat deal, being reserved for use They havo used our flag to cover this section of the country. The busi- shall be dealt with in the spirit of Hamilton; four brothers, J. C, W. paid nccounts and fire insurance of day morning. The consecrator will by a small clique, who play politics their belligerent efforts and thus ness was followed by a social hour, broad Catholic charity, without H., T. F. and H. D. Hamilton, and a $24.75, The principal disburse be tho Most Rev. Henry Moeller, with a vengeance under tho gulso ot given an appearance of justification when congratulations wore ex- heat, and all personalities and all sister, Miss Nora Lee Hamilton. The ments wero $13,177 for improve Archbishop ot Cincinnati, and tho good government, etc. for assaults upon boats sailing un- changed and refreshments and a unfounded statements shall be elim- funeral was conducted by the Rev. rnents, $6,188 for food, $2,204 for assistant consecrators will bo tho Father Raffo on Thursday morning salaries of employes, the remainder Right Rev. Theophile Meerschaert, inated." SECURE VAST ESTATE. der our colors. They have block- collation were enjoyed. bqing for other necessary expenses, of Oklahoma, who was a classmate TJhls work ot the Catholic citizens at St. Charles church. aded our ports, seized our vessels including fuel, clothing, shoes, beds of Bishop-eleof Toronto will be watched with a The Dominican and confiscated the cargoes. Gen. Sisters, whose Brossart in Louvain, PICTURES AND SMOKER. great deal of interest. Properly and Belgium, y and bedding, medical sorviccs Deep sympathy is extended Grant informed France that we Right Rev. Bishop mother house Is at St. Mary's of the medicines, insurance, printing, in- James J. and the or Columbus. conducted, on the sound basis of hovering of would regard the Cullens on the death of his beColumbus, Hartley, Ohio, It 8prlngs, near a series ot The first around our 'gatherings ofofthe Holy Name monthly true Catholic principles, it should loved wife, and to her beloved par- terest, etc., the cash balance being is hoped that Archbishop Glennon, opened a now academy for girls and belligerent Society be productive of gieat good for that $178.15. ports as an "unfriendly act," but of St. Louis will be present to young women last week, which, will Bertrand's church was municipality. Partisan politics must ents, Mr. and Mrs. William 'Barnes, Tho special Improvement fund be- of St. Louis, we have forgotten American tradibo known as Mary Immaculate' inaugurated Tuesday evening in of course bo scrupulously avoided. 613 East Caldwell tsreet. Mrs. Cul- ing raised by Col. P, H. Callahan preach tho sermon. tions and have become like the Bertrand Hall with a smoker and School of Eagle Park, New York, was a our own country such activities lensand willmember of St. Paul's par- and Owen Sullivan totaled $3,402, In quack doctor in the old French play, moving pictures, 1C. OF C. INITLVTION. The vast estate of Miss Blanche Potbo remembered as a girl of which $3,187 embracing prom have been carried on in a more or ish had been exwho said, "the heart used to be on ter, which has a frontage of one mile of amiable, companionable disposithe left sldei but all that we have inent scenes in Europe and humorous less systematic way by the district tion, who developed Into a woman of pended, making the total paid for The local council, Knights of on the Hudson ,and Croton rivers improvements $16,364.85. sketches. Rev. Father Lyons, chap- leagues which the German Catholic changed." They and their Allies sterling qualities, The Especially gratifying was the re Columbus, will hold an initiation at near the village of Harmon, was purhave dared to overhaul our boats lain of the Holy Name Society, an- nocietles have organized ia various place Monday morning funeral took with solemn port of the Farm Agricultural Com their club house Sunday afternoon, chased for $75,000. Ten splendid CatfPblic in the high seas and carry away nounced that at these monthly meet- communities and by local Legislation affecting requiem mass, when Rev. Father mittee, composed of S. R. Hardman, February 6, and a full list of the ap- buildings, Including; the majestic acd instructive federations. men found on them. We fought the ings entertaining ready for announce- manor house, are on 'the property, plicants war of 1812 to prevent such aggres- lectures would be slvn and through Che welfare of the city has been Uonahue Breached & sermon full of Jo A. Hoerter and Charles Breckel, ment at will be the meeting next Wednes and all of these will be used for that was sion, and Rome of us well remember these gatherings the members would carefully studied, and that which feeling and consolation for those which produced much school and living purposes. needed for both Institutions, notably day evening. has been Of value has been in- - tt'lin mmim liAr iloatli the attitude of the British when become better acquainted, Ex-Go- v. Attacks Policy of Great Brltinn and Warmly Defends Teutreacherous nurse, has not hesitated tonic Powers. to use the ugly word "murder" In Wilkes seized the rebel emissaries, Mason and Slldell. on a British boat, transporting them on their er- rand of destruction to American nationality. Confronted with such facts we havo shown the teeth of a tiger toward Germany In her time of stress, and cooed our objections to tho British with our blandest notes. We have supplied the British with the means of conducting their warfare. Wo havo been silly enough o lend them the money to pay for the munitions they buy from us. Our press in connection with such events as the sinking of tho Lusi-tani- a, and tho execution of the n s vt !r&?..& &&. ' r rsm nn s 1 , h v fi- - ii .. STANLEY s a .? p?f , v i -. ', '.' V V g& jBm3sK1SB.A.JtX .. im3 M i ul j ? j m Ml U f' '' Colgan. Financial Secretary S. R. Hard-ma- n. Anti-Pa- ss Measure Drawlnsr roMi-lnt- -- anti-pas- pro-Engli- WELFARE GOOD YEAR Anglo-Ameil-ca- ns German-America- ns H,.rieron A..T-Heck- ,. x- - upi-mu- 0. well-bein- nou-trallt- y u. fl-n- , ath-let- lc Ja JtVri ?..',! I Haly-Beckha- m 1914-191- nt t, er ct ( ct Wim-berl- vnen-of-w- ar 1 " .Kia'XVCJOKrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. EVERY SATURDAY. a! klsk Asmlcm aa Gs41m tarsfed to tfc''$Gc!al asd Moral ot Hlfcenilaas, Yoaag Men's Officially Indorsed by Aaeleat Oxdar Institute aad Catholic Kalf aU ol America. PUBLISHED IJMSU A2&JBXZX2AJX iiruceamt jBACONasoH -- KINTUOKY IRISH r.j AM EH LOAN BBSCKIPTION PRICK, ONB PRINTING CO., lacoryraWd, Publishers SINOCB COPY gc DOLLAR PBR YEAR AMBWCAN, it$-Z- IWrnDMDaTCn""""BBBBBBBBBBBBBW .t t?.ugiiTiHyitnit!i g iwiWy.nrttif te IN KlKTUOgr WISH l KHftMCommtmlnHan Wwt Ckeca St. Rugs and Lnoleums BSSSSSSSBSKf lx 4BSSSSSMKV JSt Y SSSrSSnSDiK .il fflBSBTW ahSk f y SmsVsPsSSSSSBSmV mf LOUISVILLI, KY EARNING HIS STIPEND. SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1916. AT One-Thi-rd ROYAL WILTON RUGS Miss Frances Henchey has been Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Linton entei M AXMINISTER RUGS spending the week in St. Louis. talned a number of friends and rela These are flno quality and best rugs mado for These Rugs are suitable for halls and small bedtives on Thursday at their homo on standing hard wear and abuse: alza !vi2 tott rooms, being size 6x9 feet; shown in lovely Miss Mary Joo Cowley was last West Broadway. Tho event was mado and in a variety of elegant designs; regular X floral and Oriental patterns In a ?12.00 quality; guest of friends in Stlthton. especially enjoyable by tho presence week the '.$0.50 selling at tho special price luicu tv.uu; special in mis saie $32.00 of four generations of tho family. was Miss Frances Menno Bush ROYAL WILTON RUGS AXMINISTER RUGS hostess last week to her "500" Henry W. Saffran and bride, who These are a fine lot of Royal Wilton Rugs; sizo club. These Rugs aro also sizo 6x9 feet and aro tho was Miss Anna Mary Hlnkle, will 36x63 Inches; in an assortment of nrettv droDned best mako of Axminster Rugs being made by the make their future homo at Pleasure patterns; the regular price is J7.00; on sale Mrs. Ann McDonald, of tho Taylor Ridge. was solSanford, Roxbury and Hartford Company; regTheir marriage 12.50 at, each boulevard, Is recovering from her emnized at St. Helen's church, Rev. ularly worth f 16.50; on sale at $5.00 recent illness. Father Pclfer performing the AXMINISTER RUGg BRUSSELS RUGS Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coyle, ot Wo have these rugs in a beautiful lino of elegant These aro heavy quality Tapestry Brussels Rugs, Oakdalc. aro homo from a visit In At Now Haven next Tuesday Jo patterns; they aro size 11 feet 3 inches by 12 and wo havo them In ' an endless variety of atcounty. seph Price, of Louisville, will take Henderson feet and sell regularly for ?32; on sale at tho tractive patterns; they are sizo 9x12 feet and QV unto himself a bride in the person The Rev. John Talbot Smith, PRAYED FOR WORLD. special at regularly ?16.00; special price for sell $23.50 Col. P. H. Callahan was nmom; of Miss Nell Boone, daughter of Mr. ($4 a recent Now York banspeaking at $12.05 each Boone, ono of nd Mrs. Though over half the belligerents those from this o'ty arriving in Now rho most Alexanderyoung JAPANESE MATTINGS quet, put in a strong plea for more popular ladies of the household of Catholic jro;k last Satuida. w AXMINISTER RUGS New Haven. publicity In the Catholic church. "Wo are ofthe war has not disrupted We have a big line of these.Mattlngs; mado with $ faith SpringMrs. Nell McGlll was in aro nearly twenty millions strong," Catholicism, neither has It dampened cotton warp and in pretty carpet patterns; the This Is a lot of fine Axminster Rugs, In a number One of tho past week's delightful field last week visiting her parents, patterns; they regular price is 25c; on sale- at, per yard. . . .20c of floral, Oriental and geometrical he said, "and if Protestants do not Catholic fervor nor strained Catholic Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McGlll. events was the Informal entertainaro sizo 9x12 feet and worth ?22; on sale at, PRINTED understand us, do not know what we loyalty to their respective counment given by Miss Jessie Bannon LINOLEUM $10.50 each tries or are doing nnd how wo aro doing recently to the Vicar of Christ. Only Jeannetto Kearns, of Lex- at her homo on the Bardstown road Miss England, French, German, ington, arrived Monday to bo the In honor of Miss Elizabeth CampThis Is the new process Linoleum, in wood and things, it Is our own fault. We have Austrian and Italian Cardinals asINLAID LINOLEUM bell. Miss Bannon was assisted In tilo effects; we mako no extra charge for laying; something to tell the other eighty sembled In loving obedience around guest of Miss Mary Lee Farley. receiving by her mother, and covers regularly 60c; on sale Monday at. Der sauaro A splendid quality with colors through to back; millions in tho United States, and St. Peter's chair and prayed and yard pasted and laid on your floor without any extra It Is now Grandpa Dan Cunlff, a were laid for twenty. 4o0 we have nothing to keep from them. planned, not alone for their in- son belnc born this past week in the charges; worth regularly $1.15; price for this dividual nations, but for tho whole home of Mr. and Mrs. C..J. Mcuar- AXMINISTER RUGS Frank Martin, who Is studying for 70c sale, per square yard The merchant today who does not ad- world its peace and prosperity. No the priesthood at St. Charles College WW These are tho Roxbury Axminster Rugs, a heavy, vertise is lost; no one can daro hide other power on earth could present a ron. near Baltimore, arrived homo Thurs- RUGS HEARTH splendid quality; they aro slichtlv mismatched hls light under a bushel these days scene like that. Tho world has been WnUor P. T.lnrnln returned uy 10 spena wo weeKS wun nis par- Hearh Jtuga and, foipresfoit.hy.il Pisa Pxi2fcet; Ix Thffiiifi ax "Ji JiftfemELtaJcac kef ifflifeftrrTrofirwoTMhrrrnrts grado of rug is $27.50: this sneclal nrlr shown in an attractive assortment of designs in remarked a professor In ono of the spent two weeks with tho Juniper Young Martin is one ot the boys of up by wideawake competitors. Thero leading ls soft rich colors; sizo 27x54 inches and worth St. John's parish, which has supplied universities, $17.50 lu no organization in tho world more "that the Papacy has the best chance Club, $1.00 $2.25; our special prlco is. . . tho church with many zealous AXMINISTER RUGS in need of publicity than tho Cath- to bring about a termination of the Mr. and Mrs. La'mar Yeakel and priests. JAPANESE MATTING RUGS These Rugs are mado of the best quality Axolic church. There Is no organiza- war." WW little son, of Brandenburg, were hero minster, and wo havo them in a variety of handCATHOLIO FEDERATION. These Rugs are size 11 feet 8 Inches by 9 feet; past week visiting Mrs. Ed tion of its sizo which is so shrouded the wW MOUNTAIN MONUMENT some patterns; sizo 8 feet 3 inches by 10 feet 6 In a variety of pretty stenciled patterns; the Veakel. in mystery, so much misunderstood. Tuesday night inches, nnd tho regular price is $22.50; special tho Jefferson regular price Is ?2.98; specially priced for MonCounty Federation of Catholic SoThe monument about to bo carved When Catholics begin to realize that at, each $1.08 day at, each $18.00 Miss Mary Virginia Campbell was cieties will entertain its delegates, they are behind the times in the mat-to- r on the face of a mountain in memory nost Tuesday to a matinee party in the clergy and invited guests in tho &&$,&&$4&$&&$Q or me struggle of tho Confederate of publicity, when they come out States will be equalled only honor of Miss Leonora Preston, of Italian room at the Tyler Hotel. The by in tho open and tell the world what (treat solemnity of the Christ of the New York. object of tho gathering is to the stimulate renewed Interest in the they aro and what they are doing, Andes. However mistaken the BERGER SMITH. and son, work" of tho local federation. Dr. Griffin Mrs. Patrick then and only then will cease those southern secession Is regarded by Maurice Griffin, of Corydon, Ind., Peter S. Ganz will preside and the KNIIillTS OF Wednesday morning a Next unwarranted and unfortunate at tnoso not in sympathy with it, no were week end visitors with friends principal address will bo made by ono pretty marriage will be witnessed at courage Dr. J. W. Fowler, one of tho found tacks upon the church. We want and win gainsay tne nign the Con In this city. Cut Flowers for all occasions. absolute bravery of St. WIlllam'B church, when W. J. ers of tho Refreshments will more publicity and wo can get it federacy's hungry and ragged sol Special attention given gave a dance bo served order. delegates and their Late News That "Vill Interest Smith will lead to the altar Miss Miss Adelaide Crush without sacrificing any of our dignity dlers, and to be remembered In A party Monday night at the Seelbach friends are and Gertrude Berger, daughter of Mr. orders. invited. Members Here and Elsee and Mrs. Henry Berger. Rev. Father or our worthiness." And tho Cath- manner as grand as tho greatest tot In honor of her guest, Miss where. George Connor, tho pastor, will NEW NANZ O'Brien, of Chicago. COVINGTON. NEUNER CO. press is the medium for this nature's works is. surely a memorial olic lo be loved and proclaimed. Cath celebrate the nuptial high mass and INCORPORATED. needed publicity. ollc Sun. perform tho ceremony. After the City Jailer John J. Murphy and Mrs. G. A. Birch, of iJSouthern 057 Foarth Ave., Loaisvllle, Ky. ceremony Heights, entertained Friday after- wife on Monday evening celebrated Last Sunday a new council was In- couple will and reception tho young CATHOLIC CONGRESS. leavo for New York for noon with a theater party for Mrs. tho twenty-thir- d AWFUL CRIME. anniversary of their stituted at Waukesha, Wis. a two weeks' trip and on their reLaura O'Mara, of Nashville. marriage at their home on Scott A class of nearly 100 will bo turn will make their home here. The United-State- s is to have its street, Covington. At the samo tlmo Miss Mabel Boardman, President first great Catholic congress or CathMiss Daisy Whlto has returned a wedding reception was held for Initiated tomorrow at Springfield, of the American Red Cross, states olic week in tho city of Now York from a visit relatives at to SHAKESPEAREAN READINGS. Mur- Ohio. daughter, Miss that the decree of tho British Privy from August 20 to 2C, 191G. At Lebanon, where she attended the their who was marriedLoretta A.mornIt is expected that a largo class phy, Monday g wedding. degree at Council, in prohibiting tho dispatch that time tho American Federation The friends .and patrons of Holy ing to Joseph A; HoppenjanB, son of will take the fourth Rosary Academy will havo the privof relief supplies of any sort for Ger- of Catholic Societies and nthe German former Councilman H. J. Hoppen Peoria next month. Roman Catholic Contral-Verolwill Mrs. Joseph F. Voigt, of Jefferson-villjanB, at Mother of God church, the Tho Homo Association, now pros- ilege of seeing and hearing Mr. J. many and her allies, Is tho most In- hold their conventions in that city, is entertaining her sister, Miss Rev. Father Henry Tappert perform- perous, assures Indianapolis Council Dawson, the famous Protean actor, human act of the war. It is a crime and other organizations of Catholics Helen McGrath, of Lafayette, who ing a new building of tho finest type. in character sketches from Charles Com-Cel-S- ar tho ceremony. against humanity. Great Britain's will also meet there. Hithorto the will bo her guest for several weeks. Thorn wnrA aiirfAflafn1 Tarmnrv fil- - Dickens and readings from Shakesvarious Catholic organizations have decree prohibiting the sending of been holding separate TRINITY GYM CARNIVAL. empllflcatlons at Batavla, Olean and peare. Mr. Dawson will appear at conventions Bertrand Hall under auspices of rubber goods to Germany prevents in different cities and at different of On Thursday of last week friends Saimanca, w. x., wun a largo at- Holy Rosary next Thursday The Great Stomach, Kidney Mrs. Bernard P. Mulloy gave her afterTrinity tho supplying of the. field and emerg- times of the year, a circumstance a delightful surprise at her home ning big Council, Y. M. I., is plan- tendance at each. noon at 3:30 o'clock, and his rendi"Gym" things for Tho nnnnp.il nt Dunkirk. N. Y.. Liver and ency hospitals with rubber goods and which spontaneously suggested tho In New Albany In honor of her carnival to bo held In thethe club tion has taken out a lifo membership In who will prove a rare treat to those advisability of holding joint conven- birthday. may be present. rubber materials so essential in hos- tions as is house the week of February 7, and tho Chamber of commerce. Tnai the dethe committee in charge of the difpital work. Hundreds have died of Catholics ofthe practice among FedGermany. Mrs. William T. Meehan, who has ferent booths and concessions aro Bpeaks for civic and commercial Tho CONCORDIA ANNIVERSARY. Infection. Some have been physi- eration and tho Central-Vorel- n been 111 for three weeks at Sts. Mary predicting that it will bo tho most velopment. both Eighty new members were taken havo a big programme requiring and Elizabeth Hospital, Is recovering successful of its kind ever held in incians and nurses. The latter Tho Concordia Singing Society, thorough planning 60 that each bpdy and expects to be able to leave there Louisville. There will be a general into the order last Sunday at one of the oldest Catholic musical orcluded some volunteer Red Cross can The festivities ter- ganizations in tho country, celebrated An Ideal Tonic and Body Pueblo, Col. further its interests undisturbed next week. meeting of all tho comittees tomorworkers from America. by the other at tho convention sesrow afternoou at 3 o'clock In the minated with a third degree ball Its h anniversary Monday Builder. Monday night. sions. However, the experiment is Pat Sheehan "set 'em up" to his club house. night House, attonded by TTnlctifa Stfiubenvllle. a largeat the Gait invited guests. An to bo made, and It is ceitalnly to be fellow L. and N. clerks this past nf Tim WILSON MUST ANSWER. number of LegallyGuaranteed to sathoped that it will bo successful, for week on account of the arrival of a Ohio, observed their nineteenth DEBT SOCIETY OFFICERS. programme was with ulnhnratri ceremonies excellent musical unity of action is an imperative little baby boy at his homo on Wil isfy you or money refunded. rendered, with William H. Fritsch "It Is absolutely certain;" Bays the necessity on part of Catholics of son avenue. St. Ann's Church Debt Society on Thursday and a banquet at tho as conductor and Miss Viola Welde-kam- p Church Progress, "that the Catholio this country, the One dollar for 3 boxes. particularly at this havo elected tho following officers imperial Hotel, as accompanist. Following press and the Catholic people of this time. nvijiav. Satiirdav and Sunday tho musical entertainment there was Marriage licenses were issued tho for the year 1916: of country will watch with unabated infirst of tho week for John D. On aale at all drug stores. President Joseph A. Browning. warn hnav rlava fnr f?in pniincils All dancing. RULERS Dn NOT LISTEN. nnd Florenco M. Clancy and Vice President Frank Haffen- - Cincinnati and Hamilton county. terest developments In our neighbor held initiations, ending wun ainner Robert Wegenast and Phllomona C. breldel. WILL MAICB GOOD RACE. EUCHRE AND LOTTO. nation to the south. It Is almost as Sunday evening at the Hotel Alms. If tho rulers of Europe had lis- Scharfenberger. Secretary Albert Hurley. ropplvlncr hnlv communion certain that the church In Mexico Is tened to the voice- of God aB spoken AfJnr Michael A euchre and lotto will bo given Committee After having tho question under Financial Mrs. Thomas C. Mnpother was McMahon and John Stelgerwald. St. Mary's Cathedral the Knights consideration for some tlmo James by the St. Louis Bertrand Church going to suffer under the Carranza through tho Popo, tho war never Club ncrcienBtmrrc DreaKiasieu at at. W. Sweeney, Jr., ono of Jefferson-ville'- s Debt and Building Fund next Frihostess to tho reconstruction. In that event Presi- would have occurred, cald Cardinal at her homo on Vernon avenue, addresses Unrv'n Apndnmv. when O'Connell in addressing larce foremost young attorneys, has day afternoon and evening In Berdent Wilson will have to answer for ering of tho Holy Namea Society fath when the members enjoyed a most ENTERTAINMENT AND EUOTIRE. were made by Bishop Conroy and last entered the race for Prosecuting At- trand Hall, Sixth street, near Oak. whatever happens. Ho Is responsible Sunday in Boston. others. "It has been pleasant afternoon. torney of Clark county t the State- Many handsome prizes havo been seOn next Thursday evening there for Carranza, and he can not escape coming for a half century." he conwide primary election to bo held cured by tho committee of arrange followed Mr. and Mrs. William Jensen an will be an entertainmentHoly CATHOLIO UNIVERSITY. tinued, "and the rulers knew It, and responsibility for Carranza's conduct Cross March 7. Two other candidates are ment and a large crowd is expected by euchre aud lotto in was 'not pre nounce the engagement of their school hall. the only reason d and but towards the church, towards its vented was that, that it daughter, Miss Lucille Jensen, to Broadway, By tho will of the lato Miss in tho field, ho Sweeney's friends to be present. Tho afternoon games they listened to the feel confident will bo returned the will be called at 2:30 and tho eventhe entertainment beginpriests, towards its religious and to- voice of their ambition and greed George H. Akers. Tho wedding will ning at 8 o'clock sharp. The Com- Stophanio do Cous Schisano, of Nor- winner. ing games at 8:30 sharp. collection of French take place February 16. folk, a valuable and natural prejudices. In a certain ward Rb property rights." mittee ot Arrangeemnts invite their literature, mostly of the eighteenth degree they are all wrong and millall parts of the city to century, PICTURES AND VAUDEVILLE. George Hoo'tz, Jr., and friends from and in original editions, has EUCHRE, LOTTO AND DANCTJ. suffer ion of the guests on this occasion and Jt is remarkable how many per- ing because world's people jaro, realize fl. Mesdames A. Kampfmueller will entertain be their them a pleasant evening. been mado to the Catholic University the rulers do not guarantee Social Club, DiThe son (who are in other occupation) The newly organized Borromeo the this afternoon that they have the responsibility of at tea In honor of Mrs.inCharles W, The euchre and lotto committee library, nearly 9,000 volumes. There Young Men's Social Club will enter- vision Hibernian H., will give of two 3, A. O. teal they could run a Catholic "the spirit of splendid array of prizes are also some very rare promises a Christians. When magazines and publications tain with a euchre, lotto and dance performances, consisting of motion paper and make a great success of it, Christianity is Installed Into the Jones, of Portland, Ore for their part of the affair. pictures and vaudeville, at the Norh of tho first half ot the nineteenth at St. Charles Hall, be no more and. (especially) please everybody. hearts of men there will Frank Reed, who has been at Sts. century. The bequest of Miss and Chestnut streets, next Thursday man Theater, 2051 Portland aveLONGS FOR nOME. war." Mary and Elizabeth Hospital since Say's aa exchange: "The beet baseSchisano is one of the largest re- evening, the euchre aud lotto games nue, next Monday evening, the first November, has been pronounced out ball Players re always in the bleachJames Scaulon, of this city, who is ceived by the University library, and to begin promptly at 8:15 o'clock. performance at 7 o'clock and the TO GIVE COMIC OPERA. of danger and has returned to his now lOeated as journal clerk In the Is particularly welcome to the pro- The young men in charge have se- second at 9. " ers," The members of St. Boniface's home on South Fourth avenue. House of Representatives at Wash- fessors and students of the depart- cured a load of coal, hams and many choir are rehearsing under the di OATACOSD3S. here that ment of modern languages. By the other useful articles to award as ington, writes friend Indlan-aiuiliot Prof.- Anthony Molengraft MIm Lottie Byrne, of The rather De Smet number of rection comic while ve is well pleased with hie new same will Miss Sehlaano aleo left to prises. Dancing will be from 10 to of the &bi1 Ifiaa Francea McGee. of p.'p.lnp.V' mil tha InrriuBtn P.Inh the Catholic, Sentinel, pub- for a reproduction Student," to be The eataoombs ot Rome contain to their berth, evertheleae he longs for dear the University museum a valuable 19 Fairfield, 'The Beggar lished annually hr the Bureau oil opera, January 30. Kewnary i ana z nomas afterhave returned iaville and will be glad when collection of personal relies of members promise a delightful time' the remains of about 600,000 hua visit of several weeks old L Iven man beings, those of Paris 3,000,080. Napoleon. for all of their guests. Catholic Indian Missions, and jui with Mra. W. A.nTaylor in Oakdale. adjoij ment time' roll around. the schcBBBftJ: German-Americacero-mon- from the press, is intensely interesting, being in our opinion tho best Thursday morning Henry Watter-so- n yet issued. A copy should bo in tho turned from his daily vile abuse home of every Catholic family, and for daring may bo procured from Rev. Wm. H. of the to love the country of their fathers Ketcham, Director of tho Bureau of to caustic abuse of the Catholic Indian Missions, Washingfor daring to side with Ger- ton, D. C. many in its struggle against John John Redmond, leader of the Irish Bull, the cursed oppressor of all nations. Watterson designates the Nationalist party, mado emphatic de class as nial on Tuesday of the report that he of this crazy fanatics and traitors In the had asked his colleagues to accept his pay of Germany. It will bo remem- resignation. Ho said thero was not bered that Watterson toured the a word of truth in It from beginning country several years ago lecturing to end. In behalf of a union of England and You may bo entirely dissatisfied America and for this received his pay from Andy Carnegie. Judging with your lot in life, but If you look from his present writings he is still around you will find a good many drawing his little stipend for his other people in worse condition than traitorous policy in advocating a you are yourself. union with bloody old England, our There are still at least 3,000 miles former, present and future enemy. Another fear of Henry's is that the of ocean between this country and n vote its imaginary invaders, and therefore Irish and will prove disastrous to the policies little necessity for tho prevailing hys Englishmen lorla for preparedness. of the unnaturallzel here trying to dictate the pollqy of The Court of Appeals decided the United States Government. Irishmen and Germans have never failed against our Board of Education in Uncle Sam, which is more than can tho effort of the latter to "hog" tho the city taxes. The people's adverse de bo said for those supporting allies. Those who have sold them- cision will come next November. selves for a price are the emissaries Wonder how many of tho Englishof England who in time will become y men writing for the press in known. this country havo taken out their ADVOCATES PUBLICITY. naturalization papers. German-Americans Irisk-Araerl-ca- ns Irish-America- ns ft SJSSSSSSSSSSXT 43bBb1bRbK. BBBBt8bP SBfeSSK V "lf3B,fc. jOf jjj jL Below Our Usual Moderate Prices. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBf mlttSf UK. BHSIBBBBBBBbRiIBBBBHBBbL IBbBbV one-hal- THE POPE ELEVATES taken in the Beatification Photo Hall of tho Vatican during tho ceremonies attending tho elevation of t3BGBP0CeOBBfX FOUR NEW CARDINALS. four new Cardinals shows tho Popo giving tho red hat Gusmini. to Cardinal The prices we are quoting on RUGS and LINOLEUMS are at least a third and in some instances more than a third less than we ordinarily ask for this merchandise. At present market prices, this represents a saving of at least Rugs and Linoleums are now higher than they have been for years, and are still going up. This is a condition true of all commodities dependent, in part, upon imported materials. With woolens leaving the country and not comming in, this situation is bound to result. We confidently believe this will be your last oppotunity in years to purchase Rugs and Linoleums at b such prices. f. dye-stuf- fs $ SOGIETY. an 7. Mr. and Mrs. John Welch their nounce the engagement of daughter, Miss Mary E. Welch, to Richard L. Greenwell, of Taylors vllle. Their marriage will take place In March. HEARTH RUGS These aro tho best quality Axminster Rugs, being Tho Hartford Bussorah grade; they are size 36x72 inches and tho regular price is ?4; special 92.05 for Monday at AXMINISTER RUGS These Rugs are mado of tho best quality and in tho lot aro a few Seamless Rugs; they are sizo 9x12 feet and sell regularly for ?27.50; special at $10.75 y. pro-All- $ - i . t.i atO-bel- ng ..-- "3d. gatet-grJAQw-Jt- bte- non-Catho- .- C0LD1H FLORISTS out-of-to- Kath-erin- Mattingly-Brownin- o, Blood Remedy fifty-nint- Mc-Roh- M,, - Clifto-Cresce- nt Thirty-secon- Bel-gray- ia Franco-Americ- an Twenty-sevent- - u. Ibb. HAMS, LOUISVILLE (IncorpOi JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVEU and TAOKER WAGON OR VAN -2- C-25 West Walnut Street Phono South 1753 THOS. Louisville, PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home Phone Shawnee 1986 ARTHUR A. WILL It? J. BRODERIOK 4392-- J limine Mahogany Mahogany BUILDER 2431 Montgomery Street Home Phone Shawnee 1010 WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Phone City 1000 Zane Street SEE POOLEY FOR Room iMONEY Formerly. Kind. $40.00 Leather Tapestry $85.00 Tapestry $125.00 Kindcl Davenetto $95.00 N" $32.00 $09.00 an $80.50 Shei $75.00 Adam SHEET METAL (CONFIDENTIAL 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-- L. 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS l Building 415 Fourth Street Thos. II. Kennedy Louis D. Coady RELIABLE P. R. POOLEV Courier-Journa- May Be Purchased Oi 1, A BEAUTIFUL SECRET. KENNEDY-COAD- Y II MANUFACTURERS Incorporated G31 00. Louisville Made Furnaces S. Ninth St. Home Phone City 2542 210-22- MEN'S FURNISHINGS ' WEST WALNUT STREET Homo Phone, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. Visiting a great factory one day, I went through a room where young girls were fastening hooks and eyes upon cardboard. Their fingers fairly flew! SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. O. H. Among them I noticed an old woman, busy at the same work. Her fingers were crooked and worn by hard work. I knew she could not keep pace with the nimble young 4H"I"1"H"H"M"M1-H"ill'H' fingers about her, and I wondered LAWRENCE M. 1. BANNON, P. BANNON, JR., J. VEENEMAH, 4 why she was there. I think' you, too, would like to know. Vice Pre. & tins. Fret. I Hit. Secretary. Months before she came begging for work. She sadly needed It, for she had a sick husband to support. Seeing the girls at their work, she said she could do what they were doing. Tho Superintendent knew Sewer and Calvert Pipe, that she would be awkward and Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steaa Coadalts, slow; and he tried to discouarge Wall Coping, Draia Tile, Titrifled KricK, 5 her. But she begged for a chance; so he gave her a place at the long T Fire Proofing, Flae Lining, Fire BricK bench wth the girls. It was slow Clay, Ckimney Fops. Grate and Boiler Tile, Grosad Fire work; and as she was paid by tho piece she could earn but a little, Yet OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON she persevered. And after a while her pile of finished work began to HOME PHONIES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. grow strangely fast. There was a WORKS 13th cad Breck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and iOtli. 2 beautiful secret about It! Some of tho girls, pitying her, 3WwH"HVtt-MH'-frfrK"- t were slipping some of their cards onto her pile; and It was wonderful how they enjoyed seeing it grow. Of course her pay Increased. Soon she was receiving almost as much as tho others, and Bhe was able to keep her little home in comfort. When Christmas came the girls gave her a purse with $20 in It. "Is all this mine?" she said, "I never had so much money in my life!" The most popular cooking device in The story made mo think' of that the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, verse, "Bear ye one another's bur2 litlll DIVISION 1. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lled- erkranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut. - President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Cushing. Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Secretary Financial Edward Clancy. P. BANNON PIPE CO. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Meets Tim 'Lyons. Thomas Keenan. James English. DIVISION 3. 573-178- 8. I Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Joseph Lynch. Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. Recording Secretary John T. Keaney. Secretary Edward J. Financial Keiran. Treasurer Thomas Hannan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s John P. Hel "- First Wednesday Ltederkranz leglslatlo bor is sufflc throughout the1 a period of genera obtained in the pi shown by the annual bor legislation issued fr York legislation headquan Ameiican Association for Legislation. Especially strlki the spread of the Industrial Coil mission plan for the Joint administration of factory inspection and workmen's compensation. This plan was adopted In New York, the leading industrial State of tho country, as well as In Indiana, Colorado, Nevada and Montana. Tho New York law also establishes a representative council of employes and employers with advisory powers only to work with the commission In drafting safety regulations and making appointments, and requires the commission to protect employes against fraud and extortion. PEACE AND LABOR. Apropos of the curt noto to Austria, which was ono of the President's That1 BrewS LOUIS" IN BOTTLES FOR OERTEL BREW CREl SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Ion. QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE bakes perfectly and consumes the least possible amount of gas. It is made to last. dens;' Rev. Frank T. Bayley. OARRANZA; Hon. Henry Lane Wilson, former Minister to Mexico, a Protestant and a Mason, speaking publicly at Terre Haute, Ind., said of Carranza's rec- ntrnfMnn: "AirnlnRt this rccocnltlon the memory of every v murdered American, of every murderea priest at the altar, and the violation of every woman consecrated to tho KPrvirn rt find, should rise un in Dro- test. Against It the volcos of 14,000,000 Mexicans, terrorized and bandits, will robbed by 200,00p eventually bo heard in severe protest and judgment." SOUTH WANTS WORKERS. GEHER & PATRONIZE HOME TIN INDUSTRY TO-DA- T SOTST 215 WEST MARKET STREET. THEBEST$1,$1.S0,$2HATSAT i A conference to doviso means of settling Europeans In the South will bo held at Washington under tho BUG AND ROACH KILLER management of the Southern We aro Heaaqnarter for Home Congress. It Is believed that Cleaning Material! such a lnieed. OH Soap. Scouring Powders, SCatchlesi regardless of the outcome of tho war Xdg.nid Furniture and OMee Pollihes, AH the late na aew.Styi- - a and Sfcapei a strong tido of immigration will set Disinfectant!, Qerm Killers, Eto. caase (suod tetc at reasonable prleet, In just as soon as the people are able to get away. The South offers the cheapest and most fertile land to found In any part of the world. "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone'i If be settlers can be colonized In the solid blocks they will find conditions likOar Special $3.00 Spray in this region very much to theirhave ing. Isolated foreign families Oar Special $5.00 Wreath not doii well in the South in the past, partially because they must The largest values in Funecompete with tho negro in doing orral Flowers ever offered in dinary manual labor. When they aro We are alio SeadquarUri for LouUvlllo. Sick and Blseaied Booms. able to carry along their own society For prompt delivery call 323 they should find social content and Louisville Chemical Co. both phones. a competency in the South in a very Incorporated few years. 'Nebraska State Journal. Home Phono, City 8388 BTf GETTING) A OP OH3BdCO tMAx Com-mefcl- al ruml-gaMa- g 108-11- 0 SOUTH THIRD STREET FRED EKHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N.W. Carrier Fourth and JelTersii HERRMANN IMHRTERS BROS. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Distillers and Wholwale Deal, ers la Finest Bsrnds of Ken taeky Whiskies, especially. Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. 234 TitsftoM 1M3.! SJ StXTH Illinois this year made illegal the use beneath the surface of the processes generating ground of fcuith Awnue IcxiuvKSr . poisonous fumes or dusts and Delaware regulated the sanitation of "Flowers telegraphed everywhere " canneries, providing that or a third conviction the court may close the Safety for establishment. First Communion Books mines and for railroads statute street and cars were extended in over a dozen States each, and Colorado, Michigan and Pennsylvania passed measures for the better sanitation of labor SCAPULARMEDALS camps. Ten States made provision for the reporting of inSee oar sew book. ''How te Get dustrial accidents and Rhode Island was added to those which require Ma.ried." the notification of occupational disEvery Devetioaal ArtieJe here. eases. No (rouble ie skew goods. W HLlM3WaLVX0 imi UTHIB mm aaum ACCIDENTS AND DISEASES. rosaries up-to-d- Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 what cnuRcn LOgT. ; ? STtOT S FOURTH AVE. "-- The loas' inflicted on tfi Catholic church in Mexico la eatlmated ooa- servatively at $54,398,000. " ,liMi,SKyMj"jjy ,"; arrangements, former Representative H. Robert Fowler, of Illinois, an official bf Labor's National Peace Council, has issued a INCORPORATED statement questioning the right of LOUISVILLE. KY. the State Department to tako any PHONE CITY 859. Secretary Financial John J. action "tending to break off diploHesslon, Jr. matic relations with any nation Home Phone I9i3 Recording Secretary Matthew Without the full knowlortsrn nnil rnn. Cumb. Phone West 191 THIS sent of Congress." O'Brien. Ho adds: "We snau asK all the organizations actTreasurer Daniel Dougherty. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s ing in concert with us for peace to M. Kalaher. Spntinel Thomas Noon. communlcato at once with their Congressmen and Senators requesting prompt action on their part protestDIVISION 4. INCORPORATED tlin nrllnn of tho Ronro. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, ing tary of State in usurping tho war Bertrand Hall, sixth street. power or congress to the point of President John H. Hennessy. endangering the peaco of our counVice President Thomas Lynch. Beers.. Financial Secretary Thomas J. try." Langan. Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent SOCIAL INSURANCE. Recording Secretary James S. e McTlghe. QRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. Ten new States Alaska, ColorTreasurer Pat Connelly. ado, Hawaii, Indiana, Maine, MonSentinol M. J. McDormott. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. tana, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Ver- JOHN B. FRANK mont and Wyoming Joined the ranks of those providing workmen's Y. M. I. compensation, making thirty-thre- e in all, or of tho country. SLYCKIN COUNCIL, 205. Commissions to study subject Meets Monday Evenings at Club were created In Alabamathe and Utah. Houso, 344 North Twenty-sixtAlaska and Arizona established old age pensions, and California apPresident S. O. Hubbuch. M. First Vice President F. pointed a commission to report on the whole subject of social insurSchaad. 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 Vice President Second R. L. ance. TELEPHONE 209 Schecklcr. LODISVUiliH. KY. Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. UNEMPLOYMENT. Recording Secretary O. W. Thn Rfrnss nf iinimnlnvmcnt tlnr. Buckle. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f Ing the past winter led to provision Treasurer G. J. Thornton. for investigation of the subject in Marshal Theo. Buckle. Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. ten States, while California and Nevada declared that tho problem Outside Sentinel H Pfelcer. transcended state lines and they called for a Fpflprnl Jnnnlrv Rvo LATEST IN STYLES. terns of public employment Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager ex-cuanges wero created in ten States, Leather promises to figure again and regulations for private bureaus Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, In tho spring millinery. wero made more strict. Idaho folget the BEST. lowed Washington to abolish private and if you have tried the rest Collar and cuff sets will bo worn employment offices operated for PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. with spring suits and dresses. The scarcity of dyestuffs may put profit. all into white for the summer seaLONG ROOTS! son. The new models for the Southern Pat came to tho dentist's, but season load off with a lavish, display when ho saw tho gleaming pair of of, white. forceps approaching his face he 7V 7 to open his Wool Jersey cloth Is one of the positively refused T"fl mouth. Tho dentist quietly told his most attractive new materials for page boy to prick his patient with M Ml W'l suits and dresses. j "" WfB 5a.vjs ne .1 a pin, and when Pat opened his YOD CKNT Crepe Gcorgetto combines well mouth to yell the dentist seized the with crepe do chine, taffeta or faille tooth, and out it came. "It didn't In blouse and frock. hurt as much as you expected, did Schneider's Meat Market Serge and .satin or taffeta, broad- It?" tho dentist asked, smiling. cloth and satin or taffeta, are favored "Well, no," replied Pat. hesitatingly. 440 SOUTH FIFTH ST. "But," ho added, placing his hand combinations for street dreess. Oppotlte the Cathedral. on the spot where the boy pricked Blouses of every and all kinds are him Choice Beef. Vaal. Lamb. Mk1(m. much worn now and will continue did IvIth the pin, "begorra, little think the Ham, llaeen, Perk, Lar d. te be popular far into the spring. down like that." roots would reach Telephone City 2241 The most attractfva the millinery Fifth shops offer are the wide brimmed, LATE EASTER. moderately crowned hats of black satin. Easter Sunday will be the latest iv year toy aa 4nctfoa ttuti will this year for the past ten years, beyrtpurt them for life COLORED SI8TBRS ing- on April 23. Ash Wednesday Funeral Directors ST, JAVIER'S COLLEGE Will be on March 8. There are two orders ot .solored Mroaawar, roalsvUl. Xy. 112 (r. tnetr ia the United States, tie HEART OF WOMAN. ConJi.ted by the Xaverlan Brother aad Bualaese Seleatiflo Oblate of Divine Frovldanba and Claaeltal Larg-xropase the Sisters of the Holy Family. Tfeay A woman' heart weighs from CeurHp, Preparatory Department,Orsaoa- wlmiilnr PooL Well Squlppea about 400 members, Vt. atsmber eight to tea ounces. TetovbM , HoAerate. Bto. Jaaea, dr. 7r DIVISION 3. First and Third Monday at Hibernian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President Lawrence J. Mackey. Vice President John J. Riley. pro-nupti- al JOHN F. OERTEL CO. WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled two-thir- WALTERS' and h. Clay Street Brewery FALL CITY BEER GERMAN BANK r.'.' .vVM. iKsoj:' K jBiiii and Emhlme. Saajt. andMarket Sts. H.B0SSES01 sio j.Vj a 1 fcuL V, - Km-- r i 'W' r :b To ue Sale price, ..15c ire good val l-2c rstrlpe standard Iso 0c Pillowcases 7 Til; PU- Hhstitched 42x3G Inch White Sale price, each --nia values up to itc eacn; 10c Good grade of Hemmed Pillow cases; 42x36-Inc- h size. They are h well made from bleached muslin. This is an extra good 10c value; White Sale price, each soft-finis- the it, Caherclveen, tlvo of Grange, County ten votes to five tho Magls- tes at Clogher Petty Sessions elected J. B. Mills Clerk, of Petty Sessions, the other candidate being John McNameo. Sincere regret Is felt in at tho death of John M. Ryan, who fqr many years had been nn extensive merchant In the town. He had passed his eightieth year. By resolutoln Lu'rgan Town Council has agreed to give mortgages for tho raising of between $200,000 and $250,000 to acquire the local gas works from the Lurgan Gas Company. An old man named Carmody, a blacksmlh in Ennls, died .very suddenly. He went to early mass at the Franciscan church and was only a few minutes In the church when he expired. Ellen Sullivan was admitted to Fermoy Union Hospital, and died tho following day. In her possession was found two bank books, an old age pension book and $840 In notes and silver. King's county has proved a very unfavorable ground for recruiting. So striking was tho failure of the recruiters in the county that the late Judge Moriarty lectured the people on their indifference to the empire. The Lord Lieutenant has ordered a fresh election for the position of Petty Sessions Clerk at Omagh. On two oocaslons James Boyle, assistant clerk In tho Crown nhd Peace office, was elected by a majority of the Magistrates. The Callan Guardians, who initiated the Kilkenny conference, have passed a resolution Inviting the seven unions in the County to send delegates to a conference In Thurlcs to consider the question of union amalgamation In tho country. The members of tho Fermanagh Feis Committee have decided to present an Illuminated address to the Rev. John Tiorney, Monaghan, In recognition of the services he rendered to tho furthering of the Interests of the National language TIp-pera- ry Tip-pera- ry at 7c TABLE DAMASK 35c Bleached Table Damask 27c h Bleached Table Damask; 60 inches Wide. Comes in several pretty floral designs and a quality that sells readily at 35c. Whlto Salo price, per yard. . . .27c Satin-flnls- $1.10 German Linen Damask 85c German Silver al charity t. Anthony's Hall. Euchre, lotto and orromeo Young Men's So- lub, at St. Charles Hall. January 27 Shakospearoan recital at Iertrnnd Hall, under ausTAIonday pices Holy Rosary Academy, at 3:30 1 Bleached Table Linen; 68 Inches' wide; in six good designs to select from; this always sells at $1.10. White Sale price, per yard. . .85c Pure Linen 50c Mercerized Table Damask 39c Mercerized Tabic Damask of a good heavy quality that is full 64 Inches wide. Comes In flvo neat designs. You will find this a good 50c damask. White Salo price, per yard 30c $1.19 Bleached Linen Damask 95c Good heavy grade of TaPure Linen and ble Linen in a full lino of new designs and a regular $1.19 grade Whlto Salo price, per yard. . . .05c Napkins to match, $2.95. 72-lnFull-bleach- ed 22-in- o'clock. jUILDING ,, AL FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. . I Render, Jellico, Smokeless, Anthracite 4 j AUTOMOBILE '' ACCESSORIES FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. B$mmmmmmmsmmmwi&mms$ The Last Dollar That you spent for something you did not NEED would have ttarted a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COME a time whe your "LAST DOLLAR" must be spent for somethUg you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might Veep that "hard time" from ever coming. x Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Saturdays Until 7 p. Open Dally Until 3 p. m. m. wwmmmmmmmwmmwmmammBmw OLDBARBEE The Best Straight Whisky On Earth JNO. T. BARBEE INCORPORATED & CO. OOG-- Y Sole Owners Registered Dial. No. 33 Main Office and Salesroom, Ham, City 726-73- 0 West M&mStfVst Cuml. South 3lOl DOUGHERTY & LANNING INCORPORATED. COAL CO. Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal. Office MM M January 27 Leap Year dance of Boklyn doubled ring the year just Ladles' Auxiliary at Schreiber's Hall. 28 Euchre and lotto aires and vaudovlllo o - St.January Bertrand's church, afterLouis Ein Social Club next Monnoon and evening. February Carnival at TrinK vo.ir ilance of the Ladles' 5uiary next Thursday evening at ity Council Club House, Baxter and Morton. rJchrelber's Hall. February 10 Euchre and lotto, countv. Mass.. has a St. Augustine's church, 1308 West Middlesex membership of nearly 8,000, the Broadway, afternoon and evening. second largest In this country. The County Board mot In Bortrand CHESTERFIELD MINSTRELS. Hall last night and discussed plans for the celebration of St. Patrick's A minstrel entertainment will be day. At the first meeting of the year of given under the auspices of the of St. Divisions 1 and 3 at Toledo officers Young Ladles' SodalityMonday John's evenwero Installed and ten candidates church tomonow and ing In St. Mary's Hall, Eighth and Initiated. Chesterfield Grayson streets. Right Itev. Bishop McQolrlck was minstrels will haveThe charge of the guest of honor at tho Ladies' programme and tho list of entertainthe Auxiliary installation on Tuesday of ers Include John J. Flynn, the noted last week at Duluth. black face come'dlan; Boyd Chester The Hibernians and other Catholic and Oscar Weiss, tho funny end societies are conducting a card game men; Harry Clark and William series at their meetings that are be- Qutermous. In singing specialties;" coming quite exciting. T. FInck Martin, Walter Pllson and The Installation of officers of Di- Louis Hoffman, of the A. O. H. vision 11 and'tho Ladles' Auxiliary quartette; Forrest Thompson In his at Utlca brought out tho largest planologuo specialty and Charles Richard Hill Hoverln In monologue. meeting they ever held. and MIsb President McLaughlin's campaign will act as lntorlocutor accompanist. Increased the New York membership Mary CHnes will be over 5,000. Kentucky would prove a John M. Hennessy Is business manager and press agent. fertile field for his labors. This week's meeting of the New FLAMES IX SCHOOL. Albany Ladles' Auxlllttry was well and Interesting. They have attended TAUGHT JUDGE LIXDSEY. Fire early, Sunday morning threata live and active membership. attend a ened St. Patrick's school at Thlry Every member should Sister Mary Aloyslus, for fourty-tw- o Market, doing damage They least ono meeting each month. mem- teentli andat $2,000. When dlscov-- : years in charge of St. Edward's estimated will thus show that they are ered there was quite a blaze, but the Hall, tho school for small boys at In fact and not In' name only. bers prompt arr.lval and good work of tho Notre Dame University, died on Members of Division 1 regret the firemen saved tho building. This Wednesday, January 12, pt pneuCollins, ono of tho 515 and was Illness of Michael in the convent St. school was erected in 18 city. Since monia Dame, and was infirmary at old timers, who has been at Notre burled In the among tho first in this Anthony's Hospital for the past three Christmas It had not been In use. the convent cemetery at St. Mary's weeks. children having been transferred to Academy, ono mile away. At the In many cities the Ladies' Aux- the larger and fine school building solemn requiem mass over the tho three priests acting were iliary is making elaborate preparat Sixteenth and Market. obthe deceased nun's nephews Rov. tion for tho Tollglous and civic FebMichael Quinlan and James Qulnlnn, servance of St. Brlgld's day on HOLY NAME SUPPER. ruary 1. both of the university faculty, acting Ladles' Auxairangements have as celebrant and deacon respectively, When the Denver Elaborate iliary Installed officers three priests. been made by the men of the Holy and Rev. Patrick J. Carroll, pastor Burke and Name Society of St. Agnes church, of St. Joseph's church, South Bend, Rev. Fathers Hlckey, Rev. John Langlots honored the occasion with on the Newburg road, for the sup- acting as subdeacon. per they will serve at their euchre Cavanaugh, C. S. C, President of their presence. In the Martin Gavin, who has done ex- and lotto entertainment afternoon Notre Dame University, preached Monday hall the cellent work for Division 1 as a mem- schoolevening. on The men will leavo was funeral Insermon. Sister Aloyslus Limerick, Ireland, In born ber of tho Visiting Committee, is out and nothing the 1845. again after a threatened illness that occasion undono that will maketheir Judge She was the only teacher a pleasant ono for Ben Llndsey, of Denver caused his friends uneasiness. friends and their ladies. Thero will Tho Ladles' Auxiliary and divis- also bo numerous handsome awards. Juvenile Court fame, ever had. ions of Ironton. Ohio, will have an GRIM REAPER 11USV. Initiation on March 12. They are CENTRAL COMMITTEE. arranging a grand programmo for The Grim Reapor was busy this the St. Patrick's day celebration. There was an Increased attendance week In Washington county. TuesLadles' Auxiliary of San at the annual meeting last Friday day Mrs. C. R. Flleatreau, The of night at St.vJohn's Hall of tho Cathe- Manton, died at the home of her Mateo, Cal., presented tho State Mitts Acnes Tlemov. with a dral Committee, Catholic Knights of husband, C. R. Flleatreau, at Man-toberry set at America, when tho installation of Her funeral was held from St. beautiful the banquet that followed tneir in- officers took place. Secretary Henry Rose church at Springfield. Mrs. Charles Flleatreau Is survived by her husSchulten and Treasurer stallation. children: HfoJo Rfipmtnrv Haves, of South Falk submitted their reports, which band and the following Bend, In his quarterly report shows wero complete and very gratifying. Sisters Rose and Lawrencb, of St. Rov. Father Schuhinann, pastor of Catherine's Academy; Mesdames B. the Indiana State Board In good with over $2,400 In tho St. John's, was present and mado a D. Clements, Tom Wheatley, Lee treasury, more than double the short address, In which he com Wlllett: Miss Fannie Bell and Dr. Ray mended tho Catholic Knights of F. X.Flleatreau, of Knottsvillc, and amount a year ago. and Maurice Flleatreau. Division 1 should heed America for what they wero doing. Members of William H. Osborne, a well appeal of the Following are the officers fo the tho special notlco and Known farmer residing near year: passed away " oiacers ana uuenu iuu mvm-iiiAfter the installation refreshments home Wednesday. He was at his Thursday night. The mother divisslxtv- a number of short seven years old and Is survived by ion has had a most trying and were served and by President Kruse his wlfo and three daughters, Messtrenuous year, and It is Incumbent talks were made appoln-mendames Georgia Newton, J. E. Spaldon all to bo present and assist In and others. Tho committee will be announced at the Feb- ing and Jdhn Hlnes, and three sons, averting the crisis that hovers over ruary meeting. Spencer, C. E. and Clint Osborne. the society. His funeral was hold from Holy IRISH CANAL HURSTS HANKS. Trinity church at Frederlckstown. KENTUCKY CLUB OFFICERS. 7-- 10 ns Sec-rotn- rv 65c Bleached Damask 48c 72-inc- h $1.50 Double Satin Damask $1.23 Linen Double Satin Damask Table Linen; full 2 yards wide; in good assortment of beautiful designs and of a quality that's well worth $1.50 a yard. White Sale price, per yard $1 .23 Fine quality of Bleached Pure Extra Fine Quality of Mercerized Table Damask; full 2 yards wide and in beautiful rango of new patterns. This is our regular 65c number. Whit Salo price, per yard . 18c .v 50c Fast Colored Table Damask 39c Fast Colored Turkey Red Table Damask. This Is the width. Comes fancy checks and floral designs and is a good 50c quality. White Sale price, per 30c yard 60-ln- $1.10 Hotel Linen Damask 87c Heavy Extra Hotel Table Damask of a pure llneu quality that is full 72 Inches wido and comes In the queen's household pattern. This number always sells White Sale price, per yard 87c at $1.10 per yard. St44UHMlHHHtfltlUMimM)Hm ONE DOLLAR Sixty-one-year-old We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates X 4 starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. German Insurance BanK Second and Market Under the Big Clock State Government Supervision. WMWlWVVrtWVrtVWVVVVVUWVHVVVVVWVVWJ JE A.1 Tip Top Bread Pure. Guaranteed. 100 Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of 3 trading stamps, or many other. useful articles carried J in our premium rooms. REDUCED! PRICES DBLIVBRY AUTO Our cleaning is positively the beat In the city, and backed up by u house Y' of Long Standing and Financially Responsible. A number of experienced employe)) aro required to maintain the rigid requirements of this concern. Tne reason for our offering mis proposition Is. to keep these Trained Employes In Steady Employment during tho dull season. You, our patron, must be satisfied, and no expense is too great, or details too small to prove to you our superiority of workmanship. We give a discount of 25 In United States Postage Stamps, or Cash, on all work done by us until March 4, 1316. Gentlemen's Suite cleaned and pressed Regular Price Sl.OO. .Our Net Price 7So 81.00. .Our Net Price 76c ladles' Plain Coat Suits Regular Price 50o. .Oar Net Price 37J4 Sadies' Plalm Skirts Regular Price . 75o.. Our Net Price 65c Regular Price ladles' Plaited Skirts Sl.OO. .Our Net Price 75c Overcoats and Raincoats Regular Price COo to 51.50 PURS Prom n. hand-paint- ed con-iiiHn- n. Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. INCORPORATED. on-sui- Fred-orlckstow- n, Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. ts BE SURE TO CALL FOR and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue "r'oTvirihnii DR. 718-71- J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. v V 5 SOUTH SUVUNTH STRUET J al MtHUMMIttttTtT-1tffAA"f,a,,,,f""- win elected Secretary and Treasurer of the club. He Is tho soil of John B. Campneu, uaxier ntreats. or,,! WlnHnnr O'Connor. who Is the son of Edward O'Connor, & sophoof the City Court, Is more in the electrical engineering rianartmant and 1b a. member of the Club. The Electrical EnglHeera Kentucky Is the oldest State club at the university and has eighteen members, Ave from Louisville. bOVS. John B. Tarn T.nnlHVllln O'Connor. 'Rilward and were elected officers of the Kentucky Club at Notre Dame University, Indiana. Campbell, who Is a junior In the department of archl-.Wtirn The Grand canal burst Us banks Saturday at Edenberry, In Kings county, and houses, crops and cattle were swept away by tho torrent which ensued. All waterway traffic was suspended and tho inhabitants of the outlying districts were cut off from tho towns. No lives wero lost. Tho damage Is estimated at The Grand canal runs $300,000. through the counties of Dublin, and Kings. It proceeds west from, Dublin to the Shannon river, whici it'Jolns near Bauagher. The seven miles long main line and Ha fetal length, Including the numerous brancnes, is iod miies KU-da- re 1 ty-nl- ANNUAL OUAItlTY EUCHRE. Next Monday and Wednesday, afternoon and night, the Ladies' Hewing Society of St. Anthony's Hospital will give their annual charity euchre and lotto at Phoenix Hill Park. This annual event Is looked forward to and enjoyed by people from all sections of the city. Much Interest will center In the tally prizes, one of which will be awarded at each, The proceeds of the four sessions. will be dnvnted to the care of the cbarlty fratiMM at tie festal, of. IS whom there are many during the' year. McRENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. K i H, McKenna. Distiller, Fairfield,