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Kentucky Irish American: February 5, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916020501_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: February 5, 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. Mf WElDO FIRST CLASSl WORK ; iHaaasKfe ' & Give This OlAico Yonr Next OrdUr. Kentucky NO. 6. K3ji.wrtriWisKffli"sswM" - VOLUME XXXVI, LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1916. IrST American "m " i Yc,ir SMOKE El Nomo 10c WilKoe 5c Union Mads Cigars. PRICE FIVE CENTS. GREAT BRITAIN many aro giving serious considera tion to the liberation or iroiana, tnus insuring her future, on the other side of the Atlantic ocean, the guarantees of her friendship having been given to the representatives of Ireland as a nation. With one or two notable Will Lose Irclanji in Case of exceptions the Catholic newspapers aide with Germany and the Ancient German SucccXss in the Order of Hibernians, with 200,000 War. membership, aro bitterly opposed to Redmond's recruiting policy." iasMBifsgBgwseJBSsi j JuiwriPT Court members, Messrs. Robertson and Spahn should roconslder their action and withdraw the bill. Tho decision of tho Court of 'Appeals Lm this matter was a just and popular ono and tho General Assembly should not enact measdros tended to override the wishes of the people. BENEFACTOR Remarkable Life Work of Note- worthy Negro Benefactor John J. Barry, City Wharfmaster, was unanimously chosen to head of Poor. tho Moso Green Club for a fourth Py wKBSt iT-i- lt ?f I AiiliiisHKHJIiliiiiiiiililillHL im consecutive term at its meeting WpriniRdnv Bvonlntr. tho club under jhis leadership having tho most suc Pierre Touissnnt Helped Poor, TRINITY CARNIVAL. cessful years of Us exlstonce. It is Opinion of James BJcGulro ns to Churches and the Orphan enproposed to amend tho Trlntty Council. Y. M. I., has comInteresting Outcome in abling the club increase Its memberAsylums. pleted preparations for the "gym" ship, because of tho great many outBook. on Monday to carnival opening standing applicants. Other officers Thursday of next week, and there elected wero Lawrenco Relchert, Vice President; Leo Simons, Secre- During tho will bo special attractions and featYellow Fover Epitary: Jacob Graft, Treasurer; Dr. T. evening. Tho affair Shows Ncilect of Bel- ures for eachof tho Carnival ComAuthor demic His Work Was Most J. Yager, Physician, and Frank Is In charge McGrath, Frank Dugan, Ben Schul-mamittee, of which James B. Kelly is gium in Line Wittli Policy Heroic. Thomas J. Garvey and M. J. Chairman. The Chairmen of the Bktll. of John Brennan as Directors. Davo Garand the young other committees vey, Lee Simons and Sam Owens ladles assisting them are: of wero appointed as a Committee Gypsy camp B. J. Osterholt. Arrangements for tho twenty-thir- d HEARD MASS EVERY MORNING Misses Telda Belle Galllgan, Nettle Alice annual banquet of the club on FebENGLAND FEARS STARVATION Hodes, Lucille Borgmeyer, ruary 28. Shlnnick, Mary Everln and Mary Mayor Buschemeycr and Col. Belle Galllgan. James P. Whallen returned today Japanese and linen booth B. J. In the recently published eighth Cash, from a trip to Now York and WashMisses Genevieve On last Sunday tllo Louisville Sandmann, ington. On Wednesday they wero volume of the Historical Records Florence Jansen, Roso Connelly, Courier-Journcommented on the Helen Landes, Julia Hallinan, Mary tho guests of Senator OHIe James and Studies of the United States book Just issued by Jmes 1C and Congressman Swagar Sherley, Catholic Historical Solcety a chapter Louise Fleck, Mary Tlmmel, Etta former Mayor Af Syracuse, Mae Huber, Corrlne Jansen, Marwitnessing both of our antlonal is devoted to an outline of "Mission GERMAN INFANTRY ADOPTS NEW SNOW UNIFORMS. CatholiCB." entitled "what Germany uouia do garet Winter and Emella Zehnder. bodies In action. During Work Among Colored campaigning legislative they met many promluent And Incidentally tho story is told of uniforms, worn when they are Photo shows a squad of Gorman Infantrymen In their snow got For Ireland," the wrltqr In tho local their stay German village Lawrenco Hoffmuch nearer tho enemy's lines without national Democratic leaders and a noble negro, the perusal of whoso in the snow regions, which enables tho soldiers and stouts to paper not relishing thjo writings of man. Misses Bertha Goss, Mary detection. Ho only commented Jewel Holsclaw, Ella Connors, judging from their reception It life and work would bo tho sourco Mr. McGulro. would not bo a bad idea for tho of elevation and good to any man on the statement of Mr. McGulro Mnry Murphy, Elizabeth Kentucky Democrats to include of any race or creed. Tho story Is that Germany would taever quarrel Dengler, Louise Kennedy, Marie girls of pagan tho custom for the these two gentlemen In the list of that of Pierre Toussalnt, who camo with tho United Statesjfor many and Magulre, Frances Velth, Mary on slips Homo to write their names delegates to the National Democratic as a slave from Santo Domingo with Margory McGrath, Ethel Velth, varied reasons. But no mention was of paper, which were thrown into a convention, which is to bo held In his master and tho master's wife, made of tho author's statement that Anna Betz, Bretha Velth, Dorothy large urn In the market place, later St. Louis. fleeing from tho revolution of AugJapan was our logical Opponent with Betz. to bo drawn by the youtnB or tne ust, 1791. Tho master died on a Wireless telegraphy George A. England as an ally. The book concity. Each boy looked upon the A PROUD RECORD. return trip to the Island, and tho tains an able argument as to Ire- Glass, Mlsess Eleanoro Vonderhelde, maid whose name 'ho drew as ms widow "found herself in her new Had Lively and Interesting Sesland's present feeling in tho Euro- Orelia Bennott, Viola Eggers, ZIta The Good St. Valentine Was a sweetheart for tho time. The Louisville Tlme3 recently in- homo without any resources." pean war and predictsla brighter fu- Green and Elizabeth Boll. Innocent as thiq custom seems, sions at Frankfort This vited information from Its readers Country store William SandVenerable Bishop of "Toussalnt," wo learn, "immetho fact that it was1 of pagan origin ture for Ireland and its people in tho as to who possessed tho best record diately devoted himself to her mainmann, Misses Nona Lubbers, Florwas enough to decide tho early Past Week. event of the crushing pf Great Brit- ence Schiekl, Margaret Mussler, JoRome. regular attendance at Sunday-schoo-l, tenance. Ho was an expert ladles' for fathers of the church to decide that ain. Tho book Is a sequel to Mr. sephine Huber, Gertrude Lelsman, and offered a Bible as a hair dresser and soon becamo the It must go. Ono4of the most inMcGuIre'a other publication, "The prlzo to the winner. From differWeisventive of the hols men finally hit fashionable artist of the town, earnarid Irish Free- Louise Herrmann, Frances King, Tho Kaiser ent parts of Kentucky came dom," and tho author bIiows himself becker, Mary Lubbers, Anne Macke, How Ills Feast Day "Was Set upon the expedient of substituting Infamous Convent Bill of Repub- from members of Baptist and letters ing a considerable amount, which ho MethNell Herrmann, Anna Mae Sandfor the name of pie maids tho familiar with his subject and the mann, Theresa Lubbers, Mary Agnes principally, all expended on his mistress, who on odist churches lican Representative Stone names of martyrs and saints and by Apart For Sending Lovo feelings of tho Irish, people. Ho Graf and Lorotta Herrmann. proudly prating that he or she was her death bed In 1810 emancipated this means put an end to tho objecKilled in Committee. says: Messages. the prize winner In tho congrega him." But he also found tlmo oven Doll and novelty booth Joseph tionable custom at once. "The people of Ireland have much M. Zirnhelt, Misses L. Pracht, tion, and the highest averago of then "to do a great deal of charltablo This Is all that we really know sympathy for Franco and Belgium. Eleanoro Gambert, Catherine Shlnthese ranging from ton to twelve work, helping tho poor with his savconcerning tho origin of the day to ings and ministering to tho sick. They aro tho two countries that hold nick, Rose Malley, Ada Faust, Rose years. Lawwhich the youths and maids of hunUnpopular rence J. But It remained forto come During tho yellow fover epidemic some sections of the Irish people in Collard, T. Keldel, Mario Epplng, Ilealcd the J3ycs of His .Jailer's Smith, of this city, of years ago looked forward Voters Opposed to dreds lino for England, but t,hero Is no lovo Mary forward with a record which made his work was heroic. When ho beKronenberg, Mechtlld L. as eagerly as we have every reason Bill Fathered by County Gentle and Blind lost for England in inost of tho Ruhl, Barbara Schwickhart, Dorrls them all sit up and tako notice, his camo freo his prosperity increased youths and maidens to bellevo the Magistrates. countries of Ireland. She cares Dienst and Nellie wales. letter to the Times being as follows: and his thrift accumulated a modest Child. of hundreds of years to come will "My record Is as follows: I am competence, tho Incomo of which nothing about Servia, Russia or Candy and cake booth Ferd'ook. sixty-eigyears old, and have gone went to tho poor, for churches, to Japan, and she always respected inand Effingcr, Misses Anna y to church every Sunday and holy day orphan asylums, or whatever fosand greatly ad- Bortche, Charlesetta Shrader, Mary LARGELY ATTENDED. Edna DAY FOR YOUTHS AND MAIDS mired Germany before tho war. This Glenn, Gertrude Schircllff, BARRY HEADS THE MOSE GREENS of obligation since I was four years tered tho progress of religion. He Is not Ireland's war, and the pity is Killarn, Carrie Shrader, Mae old. I missed one Sunday while at lived to tho ago of eighty-seveThere was a largely attended Elsie Mock, Agnes Rott, sea when I was on my way to Nova dying on June 30, 1853. It Is stated that any Irishman should have to meeting os Division 1, A. O. H., dlo to savo England. The British Bertha Korfhage, Ella Reed and 8cotia. That was over sixteen years that for sixty years ho never failed on Thursday night of. tho past week, ago. I am a member of St. Louis to hear mass every morning." control tho press of Ireland. Twelve Ruth Obenhauser. Tho sessions of the General As Bertrand's Catholic church, Sixth February 14 will bo St. Valentine's when President MarkJiRyan and the Nor.wereithe(gr.eat servlcestwhlca Irish Nationalist newspapers have sembly at Frankfort this past week ntreet, between St. CatherliT6""and he performed unappreciated. At his'" day, and therefore tho following officers were In 'hlBPgleefcovor'the DEATH A SHOCK. been suppressed, and of course it Is been enlivened oy some preuy Oak, and never miss mass on Sunday. death there wore many to testify to from tho Child Apostle will prove Interest shown by tho members at havo thus very easy to malign tho German close contests In tho passage of If I am late for ono mass I go to the his good works. A lady, a non- The wholly unexpected death of Interesting to young and old: race and mako people swallow falsitho beginning of tho year and tho charges measures, Catholic, Ger- Mrs. Margaret Shcehan, beloved wlfo who had attended his "Who was good St. Valentine manifest desiro to strengthen the legislative flying thick whilo fast. At next one." ties. They recall the fact that and have been g In of Capt. Patrick Sheohan, of the and how did his feast day become organization. employe funeral in Now York thus describes many preserves the Irish language Mr. Smith Is a County President tlm bottom of all the disturbance her colleges and that German schol- local fire department, which took a day set apart for the sending of William Connelly installed tho offiprohibition agita- - of the Chess & Wymond Company, It in a letter to a friend: "I went on found ars are among the most noted schol- place whilo sho was returning to hor lovo messages?" 1b a question that cers and gave them hlgll praiso for can be fosteredtho a few political where ho Is loved and respected by Saturday to attend Toussaint's fuby tation neral. High mass, Incense, candles, ars In the language and history of home, 621 East Walnut street, Mon- bobs up yearly about February 14. their efficiency and faithfulness, preachers and bent both employers and tho ancient Ireland. They recall that day evening, causes great sorrow to And yearly, despitefancy fact that tho which was well attested by their on getting oven with GoV. Stanley He Is also a member of tho Holy rich robes, sad and solem music and legend, Name 'Society of St. Louis Ber- wero there. Tho church gave all that Ryan ap- and his administration. President somo years ago tho German fleet vis- her immediate family and to tho day is so rich in answer Is and Is a faithful at- It could give to prince ited Ireland and tho enjoyment of community of which she was a val- tho same unsatisfactory over been pointed tho following committees It Is rumored that when Gov. trand's church that society on their priest, his friend Mr. or noblo. Tho ono has with Quln, made a tho crews who witnessea tho na- uable member. Mrs. Sheehan had made;to for no just how the llttlo for the ensuing year: Stanley announced that he had tendant communion Sunday. explain Finance William M. HIgglns, taken the pledge for tho four years regular most Interesting address. Ho did tional games. They aro reminded accompanied her daughter Catherine ablo god Cupid camo to be mixed blind David O'Connell, William Murphy. not alludo to his color and scarcely Steamthat tho Hamburg-America-n as Governor he was the tho feast homo of a friend whero a up INTO HEAVENLY REST. Employment David O'Connell, of his term to Ills' station; it soemed as if his ship Company proposed to have its to tho was being held, and when daywith atho celebration of recipient of congratulatory letters martyred saint. party of William Cushlng, Joseph Farrell. virtues as a man and a Christian had steamers stop at Cork after the Eng bound homeward she was stricken these preacher poliOld Valentino was a suro enough A beautiful life was brought to a absorbed all other thoughts. Irish History Thomas Walsh, from some of calculated on adding lish discontinued stoppago of Eng- and passed away when she reached saint, who wrote no poems nor love A ticians, who close early last Saturday morning stranger would not havo suspected Daniel McCarthy, James P. Barry. prestige by enrolllish vessels at Queenstown, but the her own door. Mrs. Sheehan was songs and, so far as prying eyes and Tarny. to their political when the Lord called Miss Mary that a black man of his humblo callEntertainment Thomas of British Government forced the thirty-nin- e yars ago ears have been ablo to find out, Charles Flnnegan, Anthony ing tho Governor on tho staff of L. D. In agitators and fanatics. Tho Gov- Lawrence Bax. daughterreward. Her ing lay in tho midst of us. Ho said line to abandon its born was this city high esteem by all never was a victim of tho llttlo fel- Tompkins. J. In held and ernor renlied to their hypocritical Bax, to hor well earned those nearest no relative was loft to mourn for purpose." Visiting Thomas Cleary. Martin letters that If ho had taken that death affected not only knew her. She Is survived by low's darts. Mr. McGulro also recalls the fact who husband, daughter, a son, WilHe was in fact a vonerablo J. Gavin, Mark Ryan. and him, yet many present would feel her step before election day they would to her by ties of relationship met that they had lost ono who always that Germany has used Ireland's liam Sheehan, a student at St. 's Bishop of Rome, who weathered the friendship, but all who ever Federation Thomas J. Dolan, howled that ne was maKing a wise counsel coast for submarine warfare on Brit' College; two brothers, Timothy fierce persecution of the monster William M. HIgglns, William Mur- have to the galleries, in other words, and talked to her. In her was ex- hadencouragement for the rich, words play of ish shipping and damaged England's Emperor Claudius and won for him- phy. for the poor, and and Bartholomew Foley, and two self tho crown of martyidom In tho now that emplified a true Christian life. Tho all would bo grateful for having play, and much vaunted reputation as mistress sisters, Mrs. Agnes Woolford and Tho proceedings of tho County a grand stand who were his bitter character of this noble girl was of of tho seas. Again ho says: "Eng- Miss Katie Foley, and her mother, year 270 A. D. exceptionally fine caliber and she known him. Tho aid ho had given Board wero read by Secretary Dan- these agitators, Immured, because of his defense iel McCarthy and Treasurer Thomas enemies during tho campaign, had was ever ready to rejoice or sym- to tho late Bishop Fonwlck, of Bosland's peril, it muBt not bo forgotten, Mrs. Bridget Foley. Tho funeral of his faith, In a dark and loath- Keenan submitted a statement of tried to Ingratiate themselves into pathize with all who camo in con- ton, to Father Power, of our city, to Is not so much invasion as starvawas held yesterday morning from St. graces, they good tion. Her people are mainly de- John's church, with solemn mass of some dungeon, ono person only in tho receipts and disbursements. The the Governor's grandstand play and tact with her. In the home, whero all tho Catholic institutions, was all the world appears to have pitted address of County President Con- were making a pendent upon Ireland, Denmark and requiem. Father Schuhmann's she was a source of pleasure and dwelt upon at largo. How much I his miser'' and made an effort to nelly was given marked attention their hypocritical congratulations contentment by her cheerful dispo- havo learned of his charltablo deeds America for their food requirements. wero not appreciated. showed his appreciation of her comfort his solitude. This was the and was appreciated. sho will bo deeply mourned. which I Ample tlmo England, enclosed between a hostile boforel It is pleasing to note that tho sition, Bax was stricken two weeks Mr. Quln had never known left few and his words of consolation blind daughter of his jailer, was given other speakers and before said: 'There were Ireland and a hostile European pow- worth surviving relatives will be long gentlepracticed medloval bill introduced by ono Miss to tho who tho faith in secret. adjournment those present seemed with pneumonia, er, such as Germany, would be in a memory. from beforepeacefully and gently,and sho among tho clergy superior to him In She it was, tradition tells us, who well satisfied with tho proceedings E. D. Stone, Representative as position of grave peril as regards her rherlshed in their zeal Crittenden and Livingston counties, died always lived. She was bornsho devotion and glory for the church stole dally to tho bars of the pris- and confident the meeting will reIn and for the food supplies. Indisputably Ireland of God; among was not even brought to tho atten had oner's dungeon cell, to sing tho sult In good for the future. years ago. ST. BRIGID'S DAY. Loulsvlllo twenty-on- o Is tho gateway of Europe, but she Is tion of tho Lower House, being re as a child began her studies at and laymen none!' " sweet songs of faith and hopo that St. A remarkable and beautiful story also the keystone of British power ported adversely by tho commltteo John's school. Later she attended Tho Louisville Ladies' Auxiliary strengthened his weary heart. JAMES J. MARTIN. and dominion on tho high seas of tho to whom it wac referred. Stone's Presentation Academy, whero sho Indeed, this life of tho Her and sweet symof the Ancient Order of Hibernians Toussalnt. "God's imago carved in convent In- was graduated In 1010. All world. When Ireland passes out of celebrated St. Brigld's day with Im- pathy did not go unrewarded, for In Tho death of James J, Martin at measure was tho famous English possesion tho sun will have pressive religious services at St. thanksgiving tho gentle Bishop spection bill, and is fathered in life she had been a member of hor ebony," has ho been called by anSt. other lady "who wrote an account of forever set on the British Empire. on Tuesday morn- - healed her eyes, and tho maid, who tho noonday of his life caused wide- every State Legislature by tho Men- John's church, Clay and Walnut England's view is that so long as Ire Cecilia's church Rev. Father Jonn u. u'anon, had been blind from her birth, saw spread sorrow among tho printers ace, tho mud gutter Journal of tho streets, and had a host of friends his careor. And this is but ono inlncr. and his friends throughout tho city. A. P. Apes. Another bill deserving In the parish. Besides her father stance of tho beneficial influence of land exists she must hold hor in sub- brother of Sister Mary Fallon, waB as others see. is ono Intro- sho is survived by jection, to onablo her to maintain tho celebrant ot tno mgn mass ana Such a miracle should havo Mr. Martin was confined to his home of no consideration hor mother; a tho Catholic church upon members W. M. of tho negro race. Tho church, tho d her supremacy of the seas." judges of but a few weeks suffering from a duced by Representative Miss Anna Virginia preached an eloquent and feeling moved tho Republican sister, brothers, William, Bax, and first to take up tho work for the Regarding Belgium, the author sermon, paying high tribute to the the good saint, but It seems to havo complication and grip and passed Webb, the Palntsvlllo Bernard, negro to have four says: "Amorlcan students of history patroness of tho auxiliary and the had tho opposlte effect upon them, away peacefully Monday morning. Representative, who wishes in this country, has always waiter ana L. D. Bax, Jr., all of are not carried away by the popular daughters of Ireland. Wednesday for a short tlmo afterward ho was Deceased had lived hero since child tho fourth Friday In October set this city. Tho funeral was hold been tho sourco of elevation for these feeling that England went to war to evening the auxiliary held a short haled from his dungeon, clubbed hood, and by industry and persever aside as "temperance day" in tho Monday morning, Rov. Dr. Schuh-man- n people. Hatred of tho church and of Rome and ance won the esteem and affection of schools and tho.teachers and school gone savo tho llttlo state of Belgium. No- business session, presided over by through the streets In of tho negro being tho celebrant tho arrange a pro emn high mass of requlom.of May sol- hand In hand. has oftenso Infact case where In history has England fur- Mrs. D. J. Dougherty, after which afterward beheaded. all with whom he associated. Gen superintendents the It was her So far back In tho world's history erous to church and charity, ho be- gramme showing tho evils or alco- soui navo eternal rest. of tho "New York conspiracy," or nished any precedent or such sacri- the tlmo was devoted to singing and the effects old songs and goes the celebration of a feast day friended the widow and orphan and holic drinks, Representativeof cigar tho "negro plot," In which a number fice. Tho British Empire Is com- dancing tho good Webb Mary of lovo that even the musty old had an open hand for good works. ettes, etc. Miss ot Catholic negroes wero burned at posed of small crushed nations whose dances of Ireland, DAYLIGHT MEETING. Mar- porers. over tho mud tablets of Ho is survived by his widow and ought to have included that each tho stake In 1741. Ono of these, of liberties were originally destroyed Goering, Gertrude Riley and ancient Babylon havo not been able three children, for whom there is felt school should bo compelled to enact whom wo read, Juan do Sylva, as he by England. Tho peoplo of this garet Hourlgan leading tho danc The daylight meeting supper was to got at the root of the matter. An sincere sympathy. The funeral was that stirring drama, "Ten Nights In ion 3, A. O. H at tho of Divis- went to his death, "kissed a crucifix, country do not readily forget that ing. An Irish "cally" Hibernian and that a prlzo bo our own freedom and independence presided over by Slstors Price and old belief prevailed at ono tlmo that held Wednesday morning from St. a given for tho best essay on the lives Home on Portland avenue Sunday Insisting on his innocenco to the tho birds chose their mates on St. Columba's church, Rev. was won from England, and that we O'Brien ana miss Maggie .uoungan Father Percy Haly, afternoon, was the occasion for a last." negro In of Dr. Palmer and Tho our country at the owo less to her for our strength than served real Irish tea. Every ono Valentino's day; but whethor there being tho celebrant of the high those two sterling prohibition lead- largo turnout. President Lawrenco Is or is not a grain of truth in the who Mackoy occupied tho chair and kept preesnt tlmo Is in great need of the any country In Europe. History at tho meeting Is wondering 1916, matter, it is qui to certain mass of requiem. Mr. Martin was an ers. of that huteaches us that England always will be tho lucky.Hibernlan tho gold man sweethearts formerly used this earnest supporter of this paper and was manifested everything moving, tho result being church's helping Lund. In the negro Much surprise finds a moral excuse for fighting her as Miss Nell Nolan found hero by tho bill Introduced In tho that tho proceedings wero full of missions can bo producod other charday to signify their devotion to each ono of its first subscribers. nearest competitor for trade. Eng- ring in the cally. Houso and Senate this week by Interest. Tho reports of the various acters of the samo nobility as Pierre other. tho ST. land agreed to send 11C.000 troops AUGUSTINE'S. Representative Spahn and Senator committees wero satisfactory, very Toussalnt and Juan do Sylva. In The custom of composing versea TWIN CITY OFFICERS. this way is not alone a religious as an ally of Belgium, and tho small Robertson, which would glvo per- recent entertainments 3 Isbslng appropriate to this day dates far constantly work but likewise a social successful. Division perarmy which sho sent to tho relief of supper, euchre and A The Twin City Baseball League oacK maeea, anu we learn that a lotto turkey the auspices of Rev. mission, if enacted, to tho County receiving accessions of young men formed. It is incumbent on work Belgium discredits her as the Catholics Magistrates to establish offices In into its ranks, under elected! officers for the coming sea certain tomo of 1440. tho work of who are working to reallzo tho Importance of this champion of small nations. this a monk of Bury, contained a ref- Father Felton, the pastor, and a Louisville, despite the fact that the K. of C. club son "One thing seems certain at this past at the the following Jiouse re- erence to St. Valentino's day. There number of well known ladles will be Court of Appeals only recently earnestly with tho older members to matter and to contribute generously being wipe out the remaining indebtedweek, to tho support of the missions writing Germany will not lose the elected without opposition: Presi is a saying tnat one can not love given next Thursday evening for ruled that a Magistrate's jurisdic- ness on their now home, war and will either triumph or force dent, Capt. Frank A. Relchert; Vice without giving. Perhaps this is the benefit of St. Augustine's tion should be confined to his own one owned by tho order in tho only among tho negro people in this counthis sec- try. Too often, wo aro Inclined to a peace that will recast the map of President, Edward Wolfe; Secretary, the reason why tho giving of gifts church, Thirteenth and Broadway. district. This to the mind of tion of the country. believe, do they fall to understand In the it "Europe. Sho Is fighting everywhere Edmund Treasurer, has always been part of good St. Games will bo played supper. after- layman is evidently fair and to Stelnbock; tho vital necessity of this form ot This would be tho rankest injustice in the 'enemy's territory, always on Thomas D. Clines. Shortly after the Valentine's day. Before the time noon and after tho CALLED TO REWARD. missionary endeavor. valentines the affair will be given In St. Augus-tln'- allow a Magistrate elected In the the offensive, occupying and living first of the year Capt. Relchert in- of manufactured Hall and promises to be a county to establish himself in tho C. B. of O. V.. off of 400,000 square miles of the timated that he would not be a can- lovelorn swain or maid was comThe Rev. Father Maurice Wagner, expense of "best lands of her opponents. The didate for but there pelled to make as best he or she pleasing entertainment. the The Pro city at the or vice versa. the Is City of Marlah Hill, Ind died at an frescoing Magistrate It not Evansvllle infirmary QUEEN'S DAUGHTBIW. news of the unparalleled German was such a storm of protests from could a valentine for the dear one. ceeds will go to defray after an operasuccesses Is slowly filtering through the different church parishes that eome or tnese are of the quaintest of the church, the work to be Aone Democratic and Is not only unfair tion Sunday afternoon. He had by T. A. Brocar, and the ereulon to the Magistrate, but unfair to the Tho Queen's Daughters, who have Ireland, so that even he again consented to serve and I and crudest designs imaginable. resided at Marlah Hill thirty-thre- e xne neatnen nad a love feast of of a Baldachian altar by the,Qris-an- tl voters pf a district In which the years the peasants now distrust all Eng- Iireuicicu uiKk una wuuiu uo a uhu- - their own, was nearly seventy years been aiding the Sisters of the Good and Company. was elected, to which was on lish news, and scarcely a handful of ner year for the Twin City organi- February 15, In honorcelebratedgod- is' noted for it This congregation County .Magistrate tho Interests and old. Funeral services were held Shepherd, held their regular monthly-meetinexcellent sifppers, come and injure of the yesterday afteraanat the recruits can be obtained along the zation. It is evident that the team dess Juno. When the worfd began and this alone should assure a business of the Magistrate who was there at 10 o'clock Tuesday mornMrs. Matt west coast of Ireland." There la lenders are advocates of "prepared- to become Christianised large gathering. Father Fatten la chosen by the people of that dis ing. He was a brother of the lato residence ofapartments, O'Ueharty in the survival much official uneasiness over the ness" as they are now bent on se- of St James untiring in his effort to bautlfy trict. For the good of the Demo-eart- J. F. Wagner. Surviving are H. H. the Plaza that had prevailed escape of German prisoners from the curing pennant winning clubs, or at In heathen party which they represent Wagner, an unole, and T. W. Wag- Court. Interest, in' the tfffc these time distressed the hie ehurch and build up a strong least to break the streak of Capt. good ladies are dolag has tacrMed at evnltiUry prisons of Ireland, aided by Coleraaa and his "Champa." "Look fathers of the ohuroh. On the congregation, an4 therefore d wervM and not to add to the feeling at ner, J, C. Wagner and Albert Wag- - ery meeting held. the growing numbers of German- out, Coley." present against some of our flsoal Bw nephews. festival of Juno for Instance it was earnest support. "l sympathisers. Our friends la GerJ k by-law- s, n, al Mc-Gui- re, x Ross-fiel- d, WHO HE WAS LEGISLATURE ht Austria-Hungar- Shad-burn- e, n, Ufe-lon- fellow-employe- s. down-and-oute- rs Hamburg-- American Meln-rad- ser-m- qn solf-sacrlfi- co ex-sla- ve stony-hearte- Bar-room- ," Kal-ah- er ed es press-censor- ed g s le I V CBjsriMJOK:r KENTUCKY IRISH PUBLISHED ijrikc YoU AMiE&ifcioABir- - ,; MERI6M f I WOW PERCY, REMEMBER, EVERY SATURDAY. Itrtfed te the Social and Meral AiYascMWHwat el Irish Americans aad Cafaelica Officially Isdoned by Ancient Order of Hiberalaas, Young Men's Inetitnt and CathoHc Knights of America. 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We must Impress deeply upon the minds of our adversaries that in intelligence, in virtue, civic and religious, In zeal for education, In lespect for the rights of our In desire for civic peace and prosperity, In absolute and changeless loyalty to all that the flag of our cbuntry represents and demands, Catholics hero of every race possess and exhibit tho highest and noblest qualities of American citizenship. fellow-citizen- s, OF PLACE HERE. controversies and world Jealousies are manifestly European out of place here. Wo can understand how Interests of ilval nations abroad might conflict, but In this land rival nations do not and must not exist. Wo are and must be ono and undivided, owing no allegiance to any flag but the Stars and Stripes, and strong In tho conviction that thoso who sow dissension among our citizens aro guilty, of of something only little short treason. Contention, dissension and war are the logical consequences of abandoned religious principles. And rejection hero of practical Christianity most certainly will open Influences that Wldo tho door of will bring misery and fratricidal strife among us. Strong and loyal .MILITARY SERVICE. dovotlon to the fundamental doctrines of Christian faith, hope and Compulsory military service In charity is the only safeguard of American citizenship. Europe has tlmo of peace Is ono of the uupleas-npossibilities of the preparedness tried everything else and failed. programme proposed to Congress. Military exports havo little hope of HEM FOR JEWS. recurlng the requisite number of men The world war, pitiless and sav- by voluntary enlistment and they aro age, has spared few European peo- saying so. Well, preparedness has ples, yet on none has It pressed more Its Inconceniences; but unprepared-nes- s cruelly than on the members of tho has even worse possibilities for Jewish race, especially thoso resid- this country. Unless wo Intend to ing in Russian Poland. Their har- remain an easy mark for aggression vest fields have been laid waste, their we must take up preparedness homes have been destroyed, their And If we undertake It, aged men and women and their helpthe True Voice, wo must accept less children perish by the roadside. tho consequences. In their agony they have sent forth a bitter cry to their The British authorities have notiIn America. To meet their over- fied this Government that the transwhelming need contlrbutlons to a re- mission through the mail of a book lief fund havo been sought through- written by William J. Bryan, on out the country, meeting with gen nrlish misrule In India, has been for erous response. Catholics every- bidden in that country because It where, remembering that charity is Is liable to Incite tho natives to reof God, wero liberal contributors. bellion. And" yet Mr. Bryan Is an Tho Jewish professional and business apostle of peace! exclaims the Cathmen have been among the most con- olic Advance. sistent supporters of Catholic charwero not ities and our Some one of discerning mind said "unmindful of tho opportunity thus that those Christians who live a afforded them of making some lukewarm life in the service of God hero will get It hot enough Old nt berl-ously. in-bifellow-countrym- FVRNITV E THE MINUTE WOMEN OF 1010. Miss Lillian Anger entertained with a farewell party at tho home Go to your Father's house and on of her sister, Airs Carl Rusch, 4423 (Vest Market street, In honor of bended kneo Ask to be forgiven and from sin set Miss Nell Flnnegan, who will make her future home in Buffalo. free; Ho will listen to tho prayer that's The following young people comhumbly said, And tho heart that is aching will posed a hijiltfgmrty last Sunday: Misses Cecilia Edelen, Mary Rose cease to dread. Maloney, Angela Schlafcr, Catherine But don't be like the flowers that Coleman; Messrs. Leon Wilson, Russell Glynn, Joseph Edelen and wither and decay, Who'so fragrance and beauty last but George Lledolf. a day; Mrs. Joseph L. Foley entertained Rather cherish in your heart a love for her card club Friday afternoon that will last, Insuring Improvement In life over at her homo In New Albany, when her guests Included Mrs. Mapother, that of the past. or Louisville; Mesdames Edward J. Bonaventure. Hackett, John A. Cody, James E. Thornton, Louis Vernla, James Flynn, Owen Tegart, Louis Graf; Misses Margaret Burke and Agnes YOUJl FATHER'S HOUSE. Miss Delia Burk was hostess at a delightful dancing party at her resiMiss Blanche Keenan is in Chi- dence on Burnett avenuo. Her cago, tho guest of Mrs. Joseph guests included Misses Catherine Offers Many Inducements m Dependable Furniture at Prices That Have Been Marked Way Below Normal. S- SALE Library Tables all-met- al er m II AlMVletal Beds $15.00 Upholstered Rockers 1 JsogtI Mrs. Bud Miller spent last Lammon. Foley. week John F. Oetken returned this from a three weeks' trip to Eastern' Kentucky. week In Leltchfleld, visiting the family of Mrs. Thomas Downey. Miss Viola Heffernan was host and entertained the members of her "COO" club Friday afternoon. Miss Mary Dolanoy has returned udeien, Joseph Burke, Edward from Bowling Green, where she vis- -' Noonan, Martin Costella, Archie Peterson, Joseph Deeken; Red Miss Alberta Danforth. Messrs. and Mesdames P. King, J Edelen, The Bertrand Athletic Club will M. Burke. entertain with a Lincoln birthday OPPRESSION OF dance next Saturday evening. AMERIOAXS. A AVnshlngton dispatch to Miss Ena Crouch has returned tho from a week-en- d visit with Miss New York American of Sunday says: Margaret Connlff at Irvlngton. Announcement was made today by Mary Coleman, Rose Maloney, Cecilia Edelen, Anna Bello Cooper, Angela Scalfer, Bessie Mae Gam-brai- l, Rose Summer, Virginia Schmltt, Caherlno Monahan, Helen Curry. Ruth Bronger, Kato Burke, Ida Monahan, Mayme Burke, AHco Noonan, Delia Burke; Messrs. Dominic O'Donnell, Ray Walker, George Leldolf, James Llston, Albert Miller, Frank Gambrall, Henry Socman, Joseph Gannon, Arthur Aiken, Al Spayd, Clifford Bronger, Leon Wilson, John Gillen, Joseph WHAT NEXT? First Carranza himself Is tho Mrs. Ben Talbott has returned to her homo nt Bardstown, after a chief instigator of 1101-0- 3 N EAST BROADWAY. pleasant visit with her brother, Will sentiment in Mexico at the present Oklahoma City records another time. Newman. rplendld initiation. Second Carranza himself has inINTO ETERNAL REST. Last Sunday there was a splendid Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Murphy have structed his Generals to carry out Initiation at Ottawa, Ohio. Col. John J. Scoro, State Presiinnounced tho engagement of their systematic persecution of Americans Recently nine more members were dent df tho Catholic Knights of correct tho erring, encourage iho daughter, Miss Virginia Murphy, to in Mexico. dutiful and strive to bring with llrd Carranzlstas Generals havo put through at Oswego, N. Y. America and a leader In Loulsvlllo scar A. Buchart. mo torn not only those wlm still Seventy-fiv- e romulgated candidates aro awaitsenti call themselves Christians, but tho Mr. and Mrs. E. J. O'Brien, Jr., ment throughout all the districts In ing the third degree at Dunkirk, many millions of heathens N. V. and havo been entertaining Miss Mnr-gar- which they aro In control. others who do not believe in Christ Fourth Wand, of New York, at their Mllwaukeo will limit tho April Carranzlsta Generals to profess to follow have organized and carried 'out raids Initiation to sixty. Fifty names aro his teaching. apartments In the Pennington. Today, however, ho beholds almost on Amorlcan properties In various wow on tho list. mmmmmmWm! BSBBBBsIM Cut Flowers for all occasions. all the nations of Europe under arms Mrs. Merit O'Neal was host at a parts of Northern Mexico. Thursday night of last week Special attention given and his own children, the Catholics most pleasant reception nt her home i Fifth Carranzlsta Generals have twenty candidates received tho secBna of tho warring nations, slaughtering on Third street on Wednesday In ordered the killing of Americans. orders. ond at Auburn, N. Y. one another In obedience to tho call honor of Mrs. Gooilloo O'Neal. .TEATX)USY AND KELKJION. The Information reached Washingof patriotism. ton from a trustworthy source, and N. Fourth degree Knights of Rome, What a sorrowful NEW NANZ NEUNER CO. Y will Washington's spectacle for their common father! According to figures just given out Forest L. Boyles, of 2118 West was confirmed partially by a repre- birthday withcelebrate INCORPORATED. a banquet. by tho Protestant Federal Council What prudence is demanded that In Chestnut street, Is busy receiving sentative of tho American Red Cross Last week Bishop Davis and 057 Fonrtli Ave.. Lonlnville, Ky. tho of of tho Churches the Catholic church side midsttho clamors from every congratulations on tho arrival of a recently returned from Northern f eventy candidates received tho third and bitter attacks of those little boy at his home this past Mexico, where ho had been Identified has several times the largest mem- who would be glad to havo tho week. VISITATION IIOJIE. with tho Red Cross mission which degree at Davenport, Iowa. bership of any demonination in tho Papacy discredited he may not by Tho Omaha team won fame at recently was ordered out of tho James M. Mullen and bride have country at Carranza's orders. David City and Fort Dodge, where rWrt One of the coming attractions at n,ii United States, being credited with word or act seem to depart from his JWammW tho Home, Visitation initiations havo just been held. Walnut He returned from their bridal trip and 14,049,068, a gain of 259,420, more attitude of strictest neutrality. street, between Sixth and Seventh, himself has told us how he has been have gone to housekeeping in their FOLLOW COLORED CAPTAIN. Applications for the Catholic Unithan double that of any other. And hampered in tho exercise of his ex- bungalow, 121 Clark street. Jeffer-will bo the euchre and lotto party Tho Philadelphia Tribune, a news- versity scholarships must bo filed to be given next Wednesday afterwo believe that the foregoing omits alted office since the outbreak of tho sonvllle. paper devoted to the Interests of tho this month. Tho examinations will noon and evening, by a committee war. Surely wo havo urgent reasons bo held May C. many Catholic children. These Registered tho past week at the colored people, publishes tho followof energotic lady frienda of that dego to prove that the CathoHc to pray that God may continue to Hotel McAlpln, New York City, wero ing: Navarre Caravan of Syracuse has serving institution. A general instrengthen and aid him and soon "Tho great Catholic demonstration undertaken tho erection of a monuvitation is extended and a good church Is the most provoklngly crown with success his endeayors to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. O.'Brlen, who last Wednesday night showed very ment whore the first mass wae celetime assured all who attend. Many havo been making an extended East prominent and irresistibly successful bring about a lasting peace. conclusively that no color line Is brated In Onondaga county. handsomo prizes will bo awarded. ern visit. religious organization In this countolerated in that church. Each of The first fourth degreo exemplifitno two colored churches made a cation In South Dakota will tako try; Norther South, and also that EUCHRE, IOTTO, CAKE SALE. WILL PRACTICE LAW. Louis D. and Mary Halllhan, 1124 splendid showing fraternal society circles, passed to place at Aberdeen on February 13, his in the parade. the persistent of which rejoicing A euchre, lotto and cake salo will South Floyd street, are eternal reward Thursday morn "St. Peter Claver's Magistrate Ben Schulman has ing at St. Joseph's Infirmary, being been she has ben and Is tho object is taint- be given for tho benefit of St. Ann's over a visit from the Stork, who an exceptionally fine church mado tne class being a largo one. appearance. Cincinnati councils aro taking actadmitted to the bar. He was ed nature's exhibition of that most church next Friday afternoon and brought to their homo a handsome Headed by the Keystone band, thev ive interest in tho diamond jublleo unable to withstand tho efforts of sworn in by Judge Charles T. Ray evening in tho school hall. Seventh baby girl. an operation performed a Veok ago. in tho presence marched fourth in line of tho first of St. Xavier's College and tho For many years he was employed senseless of faults jealousy. of a largo number and Davles avenue, games to bo of attorneys, Mrs. Charles W. Jones, of Port- uivision, This In itself was an un- $75,000 fund that will signalize the In the Louisvillo & Nashville rail- congratulations. who extended their called at 2:30 and 8 o'clock. Tho Mr. ladles of the parish have mado a land, Ore., who Is visiting her sis- usual honor, as older parishes wero event. road shops and had been an active prepared himself for Schulman has AMERICAN PATRIOTISM. practice special effort to securo a largo num- ter. Mrs. Georgo Hoortz, Jr., was forced to march In the rear of their member of St. Louis Bertrand's law without attending tho college. of a JIo churchmen. The splendid LOWEST ON KECOIW. church until recently, when he Intends to practice law Holy Scripture tells ub that char- ber of home-mad- e cakes for tho Mils week the guest of Mr. and Mrs colored paid tribute tho men from both the moved to tho Highlands. Surviving term as Magistrate expires. after his occasion, and Invite their friends Clifton Solger. ity begins at home. This Is our Accordfng to a dlspatch-- f rom Dub him are his wife and two sons, colored churches as tlmv nnnnAii who havo sweet guide and lesson. Here and now in and test a their tooth to como culinary art. Mrs. P. H. Callahan entertained along ho line of march showed how Hn the official figures of Irish emi Edward and John Score, and six LOCAL K. OF O. NOTES. the United States is the time for the Tickets of admission are twenty-fiv- e with a delightful bridge party at her highly they are esteemed by their gration for 1915 are tho lowest on daughters, Misses Mabel, Alma, The cents and entitle holder to home on Wednesday, when Mrs. follow churchmen. White business record. Excluding the emigrants. Lillian, Anna May, Myrtle and Mario KnightsInitiation of tho local council exerela of prudence in word and of Columbus will be held at professional men who formed about 3,a00, to Great Britain, most score, to whom Is extended tho symCharles W. Jones, of Portland, Ore., and of deed, Race and religious antagon- either euchre or lotto. tne ciud houso on Sunday afternoon, one the companies of St. Pat- - of whom went there for work, in the pathy of tho community. Tho fuwas honor guest. 20, and ism .certainly exist and are FORTY HOURS' DEVOTION. rick's aristocratic parish showed munition factories, tho total number neral will tako place this morning February expected toa class of about forty is rdcelve tho defomented by the vicious and by the Forty Hours' devotion will be from St. James church. The little friends of Mary Mar- conclusively that the color line has of emigrants from Ireland to all grees. A buffet luncheon will folimprudent. We must not be ranked opened with solemn high mass and garet "Hallahan, 512 North Twen- no place Jn their church when they parts of the "world was just over low the initiation with Attorney CANDLE.MAS. among either claw. If we expect procession in St. Louis Dertrand'a tieth street, will regret to learn that selected a colored man in the person 8,000, The yearly average for tho Thomas Walsh presiding. Promchurch tSmorrow morning at 10:3"0 she is confined to her home, suffer- of Major Samuel B. Hart, of the last fifteen years was more than 34,-00J.o rweeiye, we must show Christian In all the Catholic churches of the inent speakers will address the gathThe Young The change is due in part to Sodal ing from an attack of appendicitis. Gray Jnvinclbles, to command their ering. Justloe to every race and every in- ity and the children Ladles' paris eotepafiy In the parade. That the the war and also partly to the grad- city there was a large attendance on of the A select number of the younger dividual, because every other man win ikb pare in me proceeslonn George Kremer gave a charm action of these white men met with ual amelioration of conditions in Ire- Wednesday, the FeaBt of the Purifi- members will give a subserlntlon Mrs. tne entire approval of clergy and land, owing to remedial legislation. cation, when the wax candles used dance at the club house on 'Washbaa a oil right to his rights, and is Tuesday ereninr the closing services ing luncheon-bridg- e party on Tuesentitled to till the respeet which or the forty hours will begiu at 7:30 day in honor of her guests, Mrs. laymen of the ohurch was best shown In 1914 the passages of 3,782 emi on the altars and in the home during ington's birthday, February 22, the ocic-cthe year were blessed. Every Cath- luvuauons oeing coaasea t memana (ne men and boys Charles W- - Jones, of Portland, Ore., by tur tremendous applause that grants were paid for' by friends in n genuine Christianity requires us to greeted xiuijr in society win iaxe and Mrs. William Winkler, of Chat IfjMffaln these men and their colored united states. Last year the aunv;l olic family should have some of these bers, and it will be strictly a dress-- , accord him. Race hatred baa bo a procession candle in the home. suit affair. all along theMlne of march." ber of passages paid was only 69S tanooga, -t antl-Amerlc- What indignity will this country next suffer from England? From London comes news that all mails passing between the United States and foreign countries on vessels which enter British territorial waters, even though such vessels do not touch at a British port, are liable to search by the British censor. This declaration was mado to the London representative of the Associated Press by no less a personage than tho British chief postal censor. And In tho Interview it was also declared that the British Government takes tho attitude that tho stoppage of all trade between Germany and other countries is Its right under the rules of war. Regarding tho complaint in the latest United States note relatlvo to delay of malls taken from various steamers, tho censor declared that in no case was postal correspondence delayed more than four days. Wero the United States honestly neutral our malls would pass unmolosted. lirst-class FEBRUARY INTENTION. The general Intention of the Sacred Heart League for February is "Our Holy Father tho Pope." The Pope is Christ's Vicar on earth. On St. Peter and his successors In tho primacy our Lord Jesus Christ conferred jurisdiction over ull the Bishops and all tho faithful for all time, promising that He himself would remain with his church unto the end of days. This supreme authority Is vested today In our Holy Father Pope Benedict XV., and wo aro sure that It was no mere formality when His Holiness recommended that during this month tho prayer of all our associates should be offered 'especially for himself. Even In peaceful days the burden placed upon tho Supremo Pontiff is exceedingly heavy. He has care oi au tne churches. Ho nfust Miss Lois Keller Is here from data called for by the Fall resoluCorydon, Ind., to spend the winter tion, amounting virtually to all of the department records on Mexico with her sister, Mrs. C. T. Wolfe. since the inception of tho revolutionMrs. P. F. Sweeney, South Louis- ary period six years ago, has been ville, had as her guest tho past week compiled for transmission to tho Mrs. George Dutllnger, of Nashville. Senate. It was announced further that tho report would bo held back Miss Helen Btischemeyer has been by tho department until after the spending several weeks with. tho fam- return of President Wilson from his ily of Henry Nngel near Galena, speech-makin- g tour. Meanwhile It was learned there has been received fnd. a report made by the special agent Miss Katherino O'Brien, who was of the Secret Service and dispatched 'he guest of Miss Adelaldo Crush, from San Antonio January 18. It returned Wednesday to her homo In can be stated on excellent authority tho report makes tho following Chicago. the State Department that all tho This lied is offered in either white Solid Oak Library Tublcs; having $9.95 enamel or Vernls Martin finish a beautiful fumed finish. The n exceptional! bargain offered In and Is furnished with au size of the top is 2Gx42 inches these great deeply upholstered spring and a and has a book or magazino comfortable rockers. They white cotton mattress. Can be shelf at each end; price. .93.08 have a broad seat, supported by On the Household Club Plan this had In either full or heavy colled springs and are size. table can bo bought for a first covered with handsome Imitapayment of 00c and tho reOn tho Household Club Plan this tion Spanish Sleather. mainder at $2.00 a month. bed can be purchased for a first payment of $1.50 with tho balThese chairs arp excellent for the Commodes ance at $2.00 a month. library or living room, preThey aro made of solid oak and senting a diunified appearance Buffets have a pretty golden finish. A with their dep ruddy covering heavy granite Btecl pall Is furand mahogany-finishe- d frame. These Buffets are made of genunished; price, each $2.00 On the Household Club Plan oak, highly ine quarter-sawe- d these rockers' can bo purchased polished golden finish; It is CO Dinning-RooChairs for a first payment of $1.00 and Sail.fiu inches long; price the remainder at $2.00 a month. On tho Household Club Plan It Thoso Chairs are made of genuine quarter-sawe- d oak with a beaucan be bought for a first pay tiful golden finish; full box Children's Steel Cribs rement of $3.95 and tho seats and covered with real mainder at $3.00 a month. $6.50 black leather; price, each. $1.08 Set of Six for $11.88. Tho Cribs aro 2 'feet C Inches wide Steel Beds $5.50 On tho Household Club Plan tho and can be secured In either conTho Berts aro made of sot can be purchased for a first tho white or Vernls Martin tinuous steel tubing with flvo finish. Tho sides slide up and payment of $1.20 and the re filler rods at each end; can be down and when, up are fastened mainder at $2.00 a month. obtained in either full or at tho top With a firm catch size as preferred. Also Oak Dressers $9 00 that baby can not loosen. It a choice of white enameled or will also be 'noticed that the Made of solid oak and In a pretty Vernls Martin finish Is offered sides are high enough to pregolden finish. It has three to the purchaser. vent the child from toppling .large drawers In tho base and On tho Household Club Plan the out, even If It should stand up a good heavy French beveled can be purchased for a beds in the crib. Plato mirror. first payment of B5c and the On tho Household Club Plan this On the Club Plan remainder at $2.00 a month. piece can be purchased for a tho crib can bo bought for a payment of 90c and the first Guaranteed Brass Beds first payment bf C5c and tho ,balanco at $2.00 a month. remainder payable at $2.00 a $14.50 month. This Bed has continuous White Cotton Mattresses brass posts with five heavy-en- d These Splendid Mnttrcsses are Duofold Beds $25.00 fillers at each cud. It is sanitary puro white cotton and In the following five weigh a full 40 pounds. Tho These Duofold Beds are offered In finishes: both oak or mahogany finish, top is covered in a pretty art with plain black upholstering llright, Satin, Vchct, Satin ticking, neatly tufted. They no tufts to catch and retain the are made In the full bed size; Polct and Velvet Polet. dust. All of the bedding Is held a neat have edge; roll And tho lacquer Is absolutely Inside of the frame. Price guaranteed against tarnishing. $0.50 j, U.so tho Household Club Plan On tho Household Club Plan this On tho Household Club Plan this and purchase this bed for $1.45 mattress can be bought for a duofold can bo purchased for a first payment and the balance at first payment of G5c and the first payment of $2.50 and the $2.00 a month. remainder nt $2.00 a month. balance at $2.00 a month. three-quartch three-quart- er Hou-sohol- d I ch -- tssssssssssssstsssssssssss KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Late News That Will Interest Members Here and FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. charges: FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. raaMD! out-of-to- antl-Amerlc- an et FLORISTS a lilisHl i fig-ur- es 0. JSCEODTJOY XRtlSII .AJkO&RIOAlS:. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVILLE AMEIUOAX ELEVATOU MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS BCHLICII ENGRAVING COMl'AMX ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky CSS W. Main St., Home Phone City 6674 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM 1101 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 BY & THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE f'QRAN W. SMITH'S SON- AL. S. SMITH, PROP. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates. Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA nOLIjENBACH" PURE BYK LoniSTllle, Ky. SOUB MASH 528 W. Main St. The Outfitting Department to Women and Misses Announces That .e. Funeral Director and BOTH PHONES 810. ' Embalmeri. x 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREETS CUMBERLAND MAIN AH Winter Apparel Must Go t!MHwmmuwuuHvuvuwHWMuwHUUMtuumw HOME PHONE 88 "SOUTHERN STAR" Placo Whcro Old Clothes Are "All Ready for Your Griddle In the The Mndo to Look Like New." Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) SPALDING DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. R. JEUNESSE BUILDING CONTRACTOR CO WOMEN'S AND MISSES' WINTER COATS have arranged the stock into three groups. Among them are to be found coats in mixtures, plaids, chkeks, pebble cheviots, broadcloths and plushesg The values are incomparable J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. &&2S A J .tf.T.ii,i 39l.y SLICED BACON litymade of fine winter overcoatings and beautifully lined in body and sleeves. A great many are full lined and interlined. Many have large fur collars. We A final and absolute clearance of Winter Coats, all of irreproachable qua- 'HHMmVWMUMUUtMUUtHMWVHVfMVWMnUUUVVMW Ea.s1; Maio. - rreei:. JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN 2C25 West Walnut PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home Phone Shawnee 198C ARTHUR A. WILL Street 810 YORK STREET Phono South 1753 THOS. Louisville, Ky $10.00 $15.00 $5.00 FURS NOW HALF PRICE f on dependable, well made Furs An excellent opportunity to save of this season and'in anticipation of requirements for for wear the remainder next winter. In the selling are Fur Scarfs, Fur Muffs, Fur Sets and Fur Coats. All of rich quality and careful selection. Prices have been reduced throughout, exactly one-halone-half. "" A eTeeTM?jer-- .f.,y,,,,t..-- i! DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, i J. BRODERICE 4392-- J ' BUILDER WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR : PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Phone City t Funeral Directors and Embalmersf BOTH 3EII03V12S. Cuiub. Main 20S-n - ''' I 2431 Montgomery Street Home Phone Shawnee 1010 FOR Room 1000 Zano Street ; . SEE POOLEY lMONEY HWHHH"! a"H 4"la"l" - - H"M"l - a" - I'4 W'a"I'4'4 - Homo City SODS SHEET METAL CONFIDENTIAL MISS 1IKLKX WOODROW BOXES. 4105 Henry Street Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-C. G. RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY 1, Courier-Journa- SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. 0. H. LIKELY TO BE VICEREINE. FRANK FEHR BREWING CO UOHPOnATED L. STIGLITZ & SONS Building l 415 Fourth Street Thos. H. Kennedy Louis D. Condy KENNEDY-COADY CO. MANUFACTURERS Incorporated DIVISIOX 1. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lled- - Louisville Made Furnaces S. Ninth St. Home Phone City 2542 210-22- 2 MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Homo Phone, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, ICY. 1 orkranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Cushlng. Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Secretary Edward Financial Clancy. M 1 H 1111 'B"l"HWM-i-M- Treasurer LAWRENCE M. 1. 6ANN0N, Fits. I Mgr. P. BANNOH, JR., Vice Pret. Treat. J. VEENEMAN, Sergeant-at-Arm- s I Smitary. Sentinel Tim Lyons. Thomas Keenan. James English. . DIVISIOX 3. P. f BANN0N PIPE CO. 4- - First and Third Monday at Hiber1818-182- t Sewer and Culvert Pipe, Bannon's Patent'Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Yitrifletf BricKr Fire Proofing, Fine Lining, Fire BricK Grate and Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Chimney lops. Recording O'Brien. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Hession, 0 Portland. nian Homo, President Lawrence J. Mackey. Vice President John J. Riley. Secretary John J. Financial Jr. Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE, KY. MMKMBIBOMMnJDSUlVnMMBH3W! Secretary M. Matthew Treasurer- - Daniel Niece of Piesldent Wilson. now Interested In settlement work. CUMB. MAIN 507. X WORKS 13th rad Breck. and Magnolia Ave, Bet. 9th and lOtlt. J. ARCHBISHOP MUXDEIjEIX. &mk Vri'll"t'S i'i'i"l'11' I"l"l"I"M 'M"i"l"M"l"l"l""l'C"i"HH'i Everything Is In readiness for the Installation of the Most Rev. Georgo W. Mundeleln, D. D as Archbishop of Chicago and Metropolitan of the Province of Illinois, which will take place on Wednesday in Holy Name Cathedral, at State and Superior streets. Archbishop Mundeleln will arrive in Chicago the day preceding his installation. He will bo accomhe forfrom The most popular cooking device in panied servedBrooklyn, where Bishop, as Auxiliary merly the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, by a delegation of local and Brook laymen. Because of bakes perfectly and consumes the least lyn clergy and of inclement weather tho possibility possible amount of gas. tho plan to tender him an Immediate welcome when ho sots foot for the It is made to last. first time on the soil of tho State of which ho will become a spiritual Indirector has been abandoned. stead he will be escorted from tho railroad station to tho archiepiscopal residence at State and North avenue, 215 WEST MARKET STREET. where he will spend the night resting in preparation for tho ceremony on THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT tho day following. Tho Installation services will begin at 10 o'clock in Com-Cei-S- ar tho morning. The Most Rev. John Bonzano, Apostolic Delegate to tho United States, will come from Washington to ofllciato. The Right Rev. The Great Stomach, Kidney of Charles E. McDonnell, Bishop Liver and by whom Archbishop Brooklyn, Mundeleln was ordained to tho priesthood, and other dignitaries of tho church will be present. Because of tho necessity of tho entire local seats In tho clergy attending, An Ideal Tonic and Body Cathedral will bo limited and admission will bo by card. HOME PHONES CITY 573-1786. - OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON Sentinel Thomas Noon. Dougherty. Kalaher. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE GEHER & Blood Remedy Builder. Legally Guaranteed to satisfy you or money refunded. One dollar for 3 boxes. On sale at all drug stores. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY TO-SA- T BY OETTIXa A TIN BUO AND ROACH KILLER CHBMO Or are Headquarter for House Cleaning- - Materials anoh as UnaetO. Oil ScouringSoap, Powder, Matebles Uaaia rnraltore and Office Follsaes, Bfcrtsfeetants, Harm Killer, Etc. We We are alio Headquarter for Tnml- - Lisville Chemical Incorporated 1M-11- 0 Co. SOUTH THIRD mUMST Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. DEDICATE COLLEGE. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. President John H. Hennessy. Lynch. Vice President Thomas Last Saturday, tho Feast of St. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Francis do Sales, tho beautiful new Langan. college of St. Paul tho Apostle, reRecording Secretary Jamea S. cently erected at the Catholic Uni INCORPORATED McTIgho. versity of America, Washington, was PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY. Treasurer Pat Connelly. dedicated with elaborate and Impres Sentinel M. J. McDormott. Tho Feast of St. sive ceremonies. Sergeant-at-Aim- s Edward Byrne. Francis de Sales was selected be Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone (PI? cause ho Is one of tho chosen THE- patrons of the Paulist community, Y. M. I. and owing to his gentle spirit and his success in converting the Cal- 3LVCIOX COUNCIL-- 205. vinlsts of his day he Is recognized Meets Monday Evenings at Club as the Ideal missionary to thoso outHouse, 344 North Twenty-sixtside the Catholic fold. Previous to INCORPORATED President S. O. Hubbuch. the solemn high mass that was celeM. F. brated in the chapel Cardinal Gib First VIco President Schaad. bons blessed and dedicated tho Second Vice President R. L. building. The celebrant of the mass Schecklor. Beers.. Georgo was the Very Rev. A. Financial Secretary, F. O. Adams. Dougherty, vice rector of tho CathRenowned for purity, strength, excellent Zla O. olic University; His Eminence Car- Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Secretary W. Recording dinal Gibbons presided, and Rev. Buckle. QRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. Dr. William J. Kerby. professor of Treasurer O. J. Thornton. sociology at the university, preached Marshal Theo. Buckle. Inside Sentinel James IUdlgan. tho sermon. The scene In the chapel JOHN B. FRANK was the most impressive, as repreOutside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. sentatives from all tho various at tho university, Right Rev. cles, wero united In marriage Thurs- TJiomas J. Shahan, rector of the George's church, university, and many high digday morning at St. Cincinnati. Owing to tho recent nitaries of the church from distant death of tho groom's father tho wed- points wero present. ding was a quiet one, attended only by relatives and Immediate friends ST. CHARLES. After of tho contracting parties. 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 e touple will Everything Is In readiness for the their honeymoon"-th- o LOUISVXL-IjE- . euchre and lotto to be given Monday TELEPHONE 20 reside In Kentucky. KY. night by ladles and gentlemen of the parish in St. Charles Borromeo RECEIVES FATAL IXJURIES. h Hall, and Chestnut. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of Mrs. Elizabeth Horbold, well The prizes will consist of two sets of All the late mo aswStV sand Shape CONDUCTS RETREAT. tho city, died fine dishes, two comforts, two nice known throughout can be (amid ten- at returnable price. last Friday at her homo in Jeffer- - quilts and numerous other useful Games will be called at Rev. Father Alexander Wllber- - sontown, the result of injuries sus- articles. dlng, of St. Joseph's church, has re tained by a fall six weeks before, 8:15 and an evening of rare enjoy"As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone'i turned from Cincinnati, wnero no when two of her ribs were" frac- ment is in storo for thoso who atconducted tho annual retreat for tured. Mrs. Herbold was a devout tend. Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager of the Franciscan Col- member of St. Edward's church and Oar Special $3.00 Spray the students lege. was active In charity work. Tho AVOHTHY CHARITY. Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, body was brought to tho homo of Our Special $5.00 Wreath if you have tried the rest set the BEST. AUXILIARY ORGANIZED. her daughter, Mrs. John A. HubThe ladles comprising tho aux- and buch, 2210 West Jefferson street, iliary of tho Sisters of tho Good PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. The largest values In Fune Catholic ladles of tho city who the funeral taking place Monday Shepherd announce that tho Homo ral Flowers ever offered in aro interested In tho work of tho morning. She Is survived by her at Eighth and Madison street is now Louisville, Sisters of tho Good Shepherd met husband. William L. Herbold, pro prepared to launder curtains and prompt delivery call 123 For at tho convent at Eighth and Maga- prietor of the West Broadway Fur blankets by hand and will also ac both phones. two daughters, cept orders for embroidery, laco and zine on Friday afternoon of last niture Company; week and perfected the organization Mrs. Hubbuch and Miss Edith Her- plain Bowing. In addition to being John Herbold, assured of of tho Auxiliary of tho Good Shep bold; thrco sons, work one Is herd, Mrs. P. II. Callahan being tho Carl Herbold and William Horbold, assisting a worthy charity at tho unanimous choice for President. The Jr.; two brothers, Frank A. Ratter-ma- n same timo. Investigate Our Now Freo upaAftsTr 1 regular meetings will be held on the and John B. Rattermau, and lTAUrtl Delivery ServicO. two sisters, Mrs. John A. Duttllnger fhird Friday of tho month. 4 AUXITiTAllV DANCES. nomnmckP and Mrs. J. Bud Hlllerich. 8BB OUR ADS IN THC TIMES, Kxrrth Avenue Loulrvfflr . CEXTRAL COMBIITTEE. HERALD AND POST. The Ladies' Auxiliary, A. O. H., SODALITY OFFICERS. i Flowers announce two delect dances to bo telegraphed everywhere " Friday night tho Central Next given under tholr auspices, tho first Committco of the Catholic Knights Tho Young Ladles' Sodality of next Friday evening at Schreiber's will hold be given at First Communion Books of America St. John's the February tho Immaculate Conception of Holy Hall samo tho secondon toWashington's meeting at Hall, Clay Trinity church, Now Albany, has the and placo Funeral Directors and Walnut, Several of tho local elected (lie following officers: Miss birthday. These dances of tho ladles branches will send now delegates Anna Madden, President; Miss Inna liave proven most enjoyable ROSARIES nnd it is the desiro of the officers Lyons, Vice President; Miss Nettle Embalmers. that all who can be present to give Powell, Secretary; Miss Anna Mc- affairs and aro rapidly growing In popularity. CJio xrjszxxe SCAPULAR MEDALS them a cordial welcofe. There will Laughlin, Treasurer; Miss Ella Fifth . Tolesbeas 1812. be much business of Interest, be- Lawrence Gardner, Librarian; Mlse AWAITS ORDERS. sides the outlining of plans for Mae Heckel, Assistant Librarian; See OHr sew book, "Hew te Get work during the spring months. your boys as aaaeatloH t&t WW the Rev. Albert Wlcke, Chaplain. Ma.rled." Itlght Rev. Nelson A. Baker, act- BIT yrepar tfeim for 112. ing administrator of the Buffalo dioWEDS IN OHIO. Every Deyetleaal Ariiele here. BEST SOAP. cese, last week received a cablegram ST. XAVIERS COLLEGE Net froHble te skew food. 112 "W. Broaaway, XutalariU. Xy. Thomas D. Slattery, of Maygyllle, has,' little from Bishop DoUgherty in which he Select a soap that Conducts by the Xaverim Brothers. United States Attorney for the past- alkali and no coloring In it.' The bald he was awaiting Roman inaad Bu1b struction as to when to leave the OaMloal. SWtaUflo Rogers Church Goods Co. ern district of Kentucky, and MIh boat 'is alio unwanted. Such! NORTON BUILDING ' Lars J.'Ratterman, a promlnont fig- will not harm the most delioate Philippines to take charge of his new CtotrsM, FreMffttftry Deptrtraeat, Qyajj-stuMarie . Well Jhrtmr Korle. JNulpl Dir. N.W. Ctracr forth MMtnm 129 S. FOURTH AVE. nee. Are. Jamea, Terms ure In the Queen City's society cir-- kin. DIVISIOX 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Mrs. Harcourt, second American woman likely to become Vicereine of India. 0ERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. , h. WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled SOINT miiuLi ' or-do- rs Clay Street Brewery and WALTERS' Twenty-sevent- - FALL CITY BEER GERMAN BANK first-cla- ss II and M H H.B0SSES0N and Market Sts. avbnuhj FRED ERHART ARCHITECT ai JKEODXJOKZY IRISH AMiEIOAlW, IRELAND. -- 4IMMft'H'HWWll H NOW IS THE TIME i; !I"M"1 TO BUY 1MMII ' 5 1 "in ERMAN iniintM &y J. f-- t mi " CLOTHING AT CUT PRICES The cut price clothing sale at this store is now in full swing. We are selling 3uits ana uvercoats at the following prices: C $30.00 and $28.00 values, fljIQ . ; ; i'21 i v d ' SQK wiiasiiaaBsiiiiiiM BBBllllWBllHitoL.aaKBK - .." fjpS ac vf ' ..'WP 1 V Record of the Most Important of tho Recent Events Called From Exchanges. Damage to tho oxtent of $1,500 was caused by tire on tho promises of Andrew Murphy, tho draper, '? HliHlW .' OLD BARB BE JNO. T. BARBEE j Enniscortby. Tho people of Knocknlnny parish have presented a handsomely illuminated address to tho Rov. P. Soden, V. G., Manorhamllton. At a mooting of tho Kerry County $25.00 and $22.50 values, C1 resolutions were passed Council against tho censorship of letters to tho Bishop of Kerry and to nuns. E $20.00 and $18.00 values, C 1 M. F. Dillon, Claromorris, has preNow sented a magnificent set of gates to t ?aiki ,y IssSSSHlSMiBa JW be hung on ornamental pillars for the Mount street entrance of tho now church. Tho deep regret felt In Conno-mar- a at the death of Rov. Patrick Gleeson, Roundstpno, was Indicated by the large attendance of priests $3.00 and $2.50 values and laity at tho obsequies. Now A beautiful new crib has been presented to Meath Hill church by Mrs". Fitzsimons, Drumgill. Tho samo $4.00 and $4.50 valees lady mado a similar presentation to Now Drumconrath church somo years ago. The Killarney Guardians passed a $5.00 and $6.00 values, TIIE FLAG OP TIIK EIQ1ITY-F1KSresolution regretting the death, and conveying sympathy with tho relaNow The most notable work is Henri Duad's "The Flag of tho Eighty-first$1.50 Inlaid Linoleums $1.10 Velvet Carpet For The colors of this French regiment had been captured by the tives, of John Lawlor, Droumodes-er- t, a former member of tho board. Germans, ,but tho survivors In a desperato charge regained them. $7.50 and $6.50 values, $125 Hall and Stairs 89c There was only ono case of drunkNow enness at tho Thomastown monthly Wild's best quality Inlaid COMING EVENTS. A limited quantity and patPetty Sessions. Tho district comLinoleums; in parquet and tile terns of Velvet Hall and Stair prises four police stations and a Trin-itFebruary Carnival at Thomas-towpatterns; laid on your floor Carpet; small, Council Club House, Baxter and radius of six miles 'from patMorton. free, except bathrooms; sale terns to close; sale price, per Rov. Michael R. Rea, Ballycotton, Fobruary 10 Euchre and lotto, What They Have Been Doing St. Augustino's church, 1308 t, $1.25 yard ago of price, per yard West has passed away 89c N. W. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON. after an illness of six months. the Past Week General Broadway, afternoon and evening. He had been prior to his transfer 60c Printed Linoleums February 29 Two days' Grass Matting Rngs News Notes. Men's and Young Men's Specialist Clothe Shop. A entertainment St. tQ Ballycotton curate at Aghado and for 39c each $4.35 Fermoy. I "I Eden-sld- e l i James church, at school hall, Tho death is announced in Longavenue. This lot contains about forty 9x12 Body Brussels Rugs-Reg- ular Division 3 will meet next Monday March 1 and 2 Mackin Council ford of James and John Dunne, pieces of Printed Linoleums evening. $31.50 values; remodson. euchro and lotto at club house, father and sixty-tw- James Dunne, who was aged Twenty-sixt-h was tho father from 4 to 15 feet lone, 6 feet eling sale, each 1 will meet next Thurs street. Division $24.95 of tho Rev. E. Dunne, of Ardagh, day evening. wide; in good patterns; sale County Longford. 9x12 Axminster Rugs Reg South Bend wants the Indiana RECENT DEATHS. 39c price, per square yard Tho estate of tho late Nicholas J. State convention. ular $22.50 values; this sale Downes, solicitor, Mulllngar, Is valAnvlHnrv ilnnnA nfc Ro.lirAl. Mrs. Elizabeth Schuh, a lifelong ued at ?229,975. He left ?5,000 Lace Curtains Half Price price is $18.95 resident of this cltv and n. re trust to each of his nieces, half on ber's Hall next Friday evening. of spected member of St. Charles par- ?2,500 for masses Thomas Shelley and Michael ColOdd pairs of Lace Curtains; An Opportunity to Buy and half to tho lins, of Division 1. still 'continue ish, died Sunday night at her home, poor of Westraeath. 2515 Cedar street, after an illness in values from $1.00 to $6.50 Blankets sick. While in tho act of takirig somo Surviving per pair; this lot contains South Bend Hibernians will cele- or two weeks. rhllilronr her aro timber wreckage from tho cliffs at nonrra the follnwlnir 50c Children's Crib Blan brate on March 4 In honor of Robert Charles. Albert and Acustave Schiih uosscaruery, Patrick Hayes, aged Voiles, Scrims, Emmet's birthday. kets; size 40x98; good quality; and Mrs. C. B. Graham and Miss tnirty, was washed out to sea. Tho These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. Marquisettes, Irish Points, TMfttYlhpro nf Tllvlolnri 1 alinulrl nf- - Salllo Pope Schuh. Her funeral was heavy sea running at the timo renprice 39c Catering especially to Ladies and Children. tend tho next meeting, which will nem Tuesday morning from St. dered all attempts at rescue imposetc.; one enrtain of a lot only sale bo full of Interest. , Charles church, Iter. Father Raffo sible. Under the same management. Presenting only the stand $1.10 value Cotton Bed Blanslightly soiled. Sale just one-haOmaha Hibernians will hold their officiating. As a result of heavy rain the ard prodnctions, historic, dramatic and comic. kets; size 60x76; good quality; price. St. Patrick's day celebration In Owenmoro river has ovorfiown its Creighton Auditorium. Heart disease caused the death banks to a very serious extent, and 75c Drapery Remnants 49c sale price The St. Patrick's day entertain- of Miss Elolso Simmons, danchfor hundreds of acres along its course ment committee Is now arranging a of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Simmons uro unuer water. Never within liv$3.25 values. White, extra Worth to $1.25 Yard 544 Loncfiplrl nvonnn Alloa at.. ing memory have tho floods been so mons was stricken whlln In Wnsii. extensive. Good Coffee Morning Necessity f programme for that clay. Containing steadfast drape- quality; size 66x80; this sale Anv division that desires mav lngton the In November. $2.75 The death of Rov. Father Antonius send delegates to the Irish race con- Besides her last weeksho is parents ries; all colors and patterns; price survived Yiu'll find that Mulloj't Coffei Is JUST whit you want vention to be held in New York City by three brothers E. P. Simmons, Boyd, O. P., at St. Magdalene's, $2.25 values Jacquard Robe to $1.25 a yard; a good assorton March 3, 4 and 5. Drogheda, removes a very familiar of Terro Haute, Ind.; "W. W. Sim3 1.2 Iba. Nor Blend Coffee with rtP" Evorv nifimher nf Hin nrilpr alinulrl mons, Jr., and Thruston Simmons, Hguro from tho town. Ho had ment; sale price, per yard Blanket; size 75x88; good qualSpecial Rebate Ticket, ood for lOo reached C assist the St. Patrick's Day Commit and two sisters, .Misses Ida B. and years, tho patriarchal ago of eighty only 49c ity; sale price $1.48 and was held in tho highest tee in making tho celebration a Octavla Simmons. Tho funoral was HKllBHBlRlftaaaBBBBiPaW esteem by all who had tho pleasure TTnlw held Tuefulnv from Mom credit to tho order. The Malloy man is in your neighborhood The Hibernians of Cortland, N. Y., church, Rev. Father O'Connor con- - ui Knowing mm. We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates every week I'hone n and have him call. Very Rev. Canon Flannery, will celebrate St. Patrick's day with uuciing mo services. at a local Gaelic League meeta banquet, when several prominent By tho death of ("ihnrlus ing, in protesting against tho prospeaKers win ue present. which occurred Tuesday night at his posed withdrawal of tho W. MARKET ST. BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 grant for DAN J. HENNESSY Division 1 of Omaha will initiate home, Goss and Dixon HOME PHONE CITY 3238 avenue, St. EDW. A. AXMAN a class In tho near future M$4xSH3xSxS3xSxsX$4xSx3xS: The of- Vincent do Paul's church suffered teachers' classes said such action would havo a most damaging effect ficers are after nlinnt fliin vnnnir the loss of another Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. of its most faith- on the teaching of ivioi. men eligible to membership. ful and respected members. training of There Is much activity among tho mnny years tho deceased residedFor conuemning teachers. A resolution In tho proposal was passed. 9 Hibernians of Utica, new members the southeastern city Much regret is felt in Drogheda being received and the divisions and and was President section of tho Conof tho Eilos and district at tho death ii auxiliaries working together. tracting Company. His wife and T. Cassldy, Monastorbolco. of the Rev. Tho late After flftv candidates worn tn.kfn three sons, William, Robert and Father Cassldy, who was a native of Into tho T,niHpR' AiiTlllnrv nt n.ivlnn Raymond Stlltrer. siirvlvn him Tl,n Louth, was educated INCORPOIIA.TED. tho UniOhio, tho members and guests took funeral was held yesterday morning. versity Of Salnnmnnn In ... nn.i UPSTAIRS STORE. umnor at the Phillips House. Rev. Father Thomo being the cele425 W. Jefferson Street dalned in 1875. He labored as curate 207 PAUL JONES BUILDING Major Joseph Berry, of Division brant of tho solemn mass of requiem, in Dungannon and Dundalk until C, was tho unanimous choice for his appointment Tho funeral of Daniel Mnrnliv ama Monasterbolco in to tho pastorato of Grand Marshal of the St. Patrick's 1892. held Monday morning from St. day parade in Now York City. ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of W11H- - Aloyslus church, attended by many CATHOLIC FEDERATION. WJtn tnis safe, conservative, mantic, Conn., has a balance of mourning friends. Mr. Miirnhv m Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more 12,371 to tho credit of its free bed born in Ireland but had long been regular monthly a resiuent or tills city, living at 1038 tho 'Catholic Federation meeting of fund in St. Joseph's Hospital. at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 takes place ii Ladles' AnvlHnrv 4 nf UnlMirmrn Hamilton avenue. Surviving him aro Thursday night at tho Knights "l per cent. No cost to you whatever. his ..rL one of the largest In the South, cele- - sonswife, Mrs. Mary Murphy, and two Columbus h.nii nr The same courteous attention given the Thursday night there was a conferand four daughters. Dratea at. lingers day witn an elabdepositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Qnn.1, The orate banquet at tho Hotccl Joyce. Sweenev. funnrnl nf ofMra ntnVmri ence of tho officers andi, Executive Committee, wlin will widow Tho initiation of 625 candidates Sweeney, will bo held this morning at the meeting. President Ganz and into tho order last Sunday was the from tho Sacred Heart church. uBwomiy .uoian occasion of a Hibernian rally such Sweeney died Wednesday night Mrs. largo attendance are looking for a Under tho Bi Clock Second and Market delegates and as Chicago has not witnessed In a me nomo or ner daughter, Mrs. at tne annearanco of of mimhn State Government Supervision. J. decade. J. Whitman. 2012 West 'nrnn.lwnv representatives. Tho County Board of Directors Sho was for manv vears .a roaldont hav decided to nelehrntn St. IPnt. of tho Sacred Heart ST. LEO'S MISSION. pariah and The Best Straight Whisky On Earth jIck'B day in Cincinnati with a lec leaves several children, all grown. Rev. B'ather .T. j. TficT-- .i ture and entertainment on Sunday mi in: i: OIR 7 3 p I O. 7 O I f ad-dres- ed !REM0DELING I Cut Prices on Fine Trousers i $1.95 $2.95 $3.95 $4.95 I Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge j Hl Klllll '!' ll'IIIIIMIIIl all-over T, ." iiinmmvi HIBERNIANS. 7-- 10 y- n. at-th- o fifty-eigh- pro-Lent- en CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS o, FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Not-tingham- s, lf l a 03 .i I jomsr adc. JMLXjjL,jL,omr KilJ-alo- c, I 4innMtimti8tiiiiiimumimnniiiniim bbX4&&4&4A44&4&&Al&t oj n. Central Coal and Iron Co. Hennessy Axman Sixty-one-year-old POPULAR PRICE TAILORS COAL Render, Jeilico, Smokeless, Anthracite t...i. German Insurance BanK & INCORPORATED CO. .. Solo Owners Registered Diat. Ho. 33 Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West M y tr. et lfjSfl $ iiK--&H9UK. J 1. WnAWIi umo, wun a spienuiu entertainment song and oratory in tho Chamber of Commerce Auditorium. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary County Board of Syracuse will havo Mrs. Ellen Ityan Jolly and Mary C. Connelly as honor guests at tho annual banquet nt tho St. Cloud on February 24. of music, evening, March 19. St. Brlerld's dnv TOnn oolnhrntcwl hv tho Ladies Auxiliary of Columbus, ENTERTAINS TRUSTEES. Veterinary Infirmary. 713-71- EUCHRE AND LOTTO: road, aro busy with preparations for a ouchro and lotto on the afternoon and night of Wednesday, February 1 (i. TtaalrTna rmninrmia nHu. there will bo an interesting entertainment and an excellent lunch. Tho ladies and Father Rothheut invito all their friendn to nnnnrl iha evening with them. HAS WELL WISHES. Tho young ladies of St. Francis of Assist narlsh. on tho Bardatown bers of the Board of Trustees at a sumptuous dinner at the parochial residence on Thursday evening of last week. Father Boland has beon doing excellent work for tho church fcnd has the frlendshln of nAnnin nf oil creeds in, that section of Indiana. Tho new Trustees for tho ensuing year aro William Kennedy nd Thomas Hart. PLAN NEW SCHOOL. The ladles and gentlemen of St. Leo's church plan an entertainment before tho opening of Lent, tho proceeds to be used In establishing a fund for tho 'erection nf n nnwr IN LOVING MEMORY In the graveyard softly sleeping, Where the cvnrena hranpliau wor wuww r-.- Tho Rev. Father William V. Boland, pastor of St. Simon's church at Washington, Ind., and well known In New Albany and Joffersonvillo, entortained tho old and now mem- of tho Dominican missionary -u, uu ih ono or tno most eloquent speakers In that order. Thero will be mission sermons, rosary and DenodlCtlon evnrv nvonlnnrt.nn o clock, and masses at 5:30 8 clock in the morning with and p short Instruction. Tho mission will con- tmUO dUriniT thn waalr .!! Sunday evening, Fobruary 20. - tor Of St. Lon'a MmrM, xxiJufiJl i'ark, announces a mission n, given becinnlncr Knnrinv v rr-- -' of !, in " "D 'Ul 'ass. tho " will be conducted by Rev. J. mission L i:" PRICES rBJI,IV13lY REDUCED! AUTO Gentlemen's Salts cleaned and pressed Regular Price 31.00. .Our Not Price 75o Coat Suits Regular Price 31.00.. Our Net Price 7So Sadies' Plain Skirts Begnlar Price SOo.. Our Xet Price 3714 Ladles' Plaited Skirts Regular Price nvMrpn&fi ATI A KftlltnnAtl Ttftcrnln,. TtrfAA M tl75o.. Our Net Price 55o TORS Prom 60o to 81.50 Fin-nert- y, Our cleaning Is positively the best in the city, and backed up by a houso of Long Standing and Financially Responsible. i A number or experienced employes are required to maintain tho Held requirements of this concern. Tne reason for our offering tnis proposition is to keep these Trained Kmployes in Steady Employment during the dull season. lou, our patron, must bo satisfied, and no expense is too great, or details too small to prove to you our superiority of workmanship. We givo a discount of 25 In United States Postage Stamps, or Cash, on all work done by us until March 4, 1016. ladles' Plain BAB' MARATHON RACE. 5 TaUkutPw!i ., C . -- 999 .r SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Uamj) -- ., fH ..., 9190 school. The Last Dollar I i i That you spent for something yeu did not MEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COME a time when yexr "LAST DOLLAR" must be spent for semethlag you DO NEED. The SAVING aow ef the dellurs you are wasting might keep that "hard time" frera ever coming. Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Opn Dally Until 3 p. m. Saturday Until 7 p. m. J. Dawson Byrne, the famous Protean actor, on Thursday of last week gave an interesting and instructive nrotrramma rnnalatlnw nt character sketches from England's greatest novelist, Charles Dickens, and impersonations of well known Vaudeville artlafa. to the, nnnlla r,A many friends of Holy Rsoary Academy. Among the character sketches were Uriah HeD and Dantai gotty from "David Copperfleld." the old Krandfather from "Old r.nrtna. ity Shop" and BUI Sykes from "Oliver Twist." This Is Mr. Byrne's last appearance in work of this Kina, as nis candidacy for the priesthood is announced and bis ordination in to talra nlsna In u. Louisville wishes him well ia bis holy oalliBfc.i Of our little son, Daniel Hallahan, wuo mea JueDruary l, 1915: p. Lara our iuue aaning Keeping nnic. Silence in the narroTr grare. There he sleeps and no tomorrow Wakes him in that silent home, Thero he rests, no sign of sorrow-Clouds One rear aro toda.v And vet YOU dwell vrhara with grief his rural home. Our darling boy, our hearts are sad oiuuw uuu iuok you away, Your soul In peace went up to God anvata " Jire. In Odd's brlirht linmo ihn p'riyers go up for yon to'ded, And oy your parent- -' lore. uvmm Parsats, Brothers and Sisters Tho Mackin throe-mil- q ibaby Marathon to Tin 0'w UIIUVI IUU tlUO- - fivnn nin.. , DlCes of tho Mnnli-lAvtnti. ii.... Washington's birthday is attracting much interest. Tho Times has offered tho first prize, a beautiful Silver lovintr mm. nnl !,.. i to bo awarded aro offered by the Mackin Athletic Club. They aro a gold medal for tho second, silver medal for thn third on, u, iUIVULV ui. n uivum ior tno rourth man. Tha Mackin Council Club has put claim to the opinion that they have discovered a successor to Drevenstedt, and it was hoped that tho lattor wuuiu remain tnis year In the running game. Tho organization has developed several comers who pitted to run a good race, and are if form and health am nttii with !.. , on the eventful mom thuv ahm,i well in front at the race's end. In with the West End athletic feature the ManiHn inria training for tho relay and dash events for the Armory meet, March 18. In other words they are of the Saneulne axnactatlnn of hslnur trained to the notoh whea time is called. J1 --- nw.... ... Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. INCORPORATED. Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. .., BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS' PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. : ,.