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Kentucky Irish American NO. 7. making arrangements to have a first consignment of arms landed In Ireland I went to America, in order to complete tho work of obtaining the financial support of Irish Nationalists there to get arms, Just as the Ulster movement had obtained h Its armed support from tho elements of England. I left Ireland in tho beginning of July, 1914 (when war was never dreamed of), and toward tho end of that month I addressed meetings of Irishmen in Norfolk and in Philadelphia. The latter mooting synchronized with the successful landing at Howth of the rifles my friends had bought abroad, and which led to the firing by the British garrison upon tho people of Dublin on that Sunday afternoon. Wero further proofs needed of tho unchanged and unchanging determination of all British Governments to treat Ireland as a conquered province this outrageous military assault of July 2G on the Inhabitants of Dublin furnished anti-Iris- SMOKE El Nomo 10c "WilRoe 5c Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1916. f RICE HVE CENTS. IRISH PATRIOT Tells of Perfidy of British Government in Present Euro-lcn- n War. England Offered $5,000 lie ward For His Capture or Dcnth in Norway. Tells of Britian's Cruelty and Injustice to People of Ireland. IS NOW EXILED IN GERMANY The New York American publishes the following account of an interview with Sir Roger Casement, tho noted Irish leader, who is now In Germany. As is well known, Sir Roger came to Germany from New York shortly after the outbreak of tho war. Tho efforts of tho British Government to intercept Sir Roger at Christiana have been told. A prlco was put on his head and an offer was made in writing by Mr. Findlay, tho British Consul at Christiana, to Sir Roger's Norwegian man servant TO DO AWAY WITH THE for his assassination, this being proven conclusively. The plot was foiled by the loyalty of this man Now Sir Friday to his master. Roger is In Germany as an exile. Exactly why he went to Germany was never told and the following Is nn extract given to the American correspondent at Berlin: In June, 1913, I resigned from tho British Consular service on the ground of ill health, my intention being to go to South Africa, where both cllmato and surroundings were Unhappily tho political congenial. condition of Ireland claimed consideration at tho hands of an Irishman who had always been something more than a home ruler in feeling, although he had never taken active part in politics. My views as an Irish Nationalist of this typo were well known in the Foreign OAtce, and in England as much as in Ireland, for I never made any concealment of them, I had stated them openly on many In t.ho nress and they were IRISH PATRIOT, offering $5,000 Then came the war. On August 4 the British Government declared war on Germany, the pretext having been carefully arranged beforehand. Germany had never injured England, much less Ireland, and It was plain that she was being attacked not for the wrong she had done us or others, but from tho hope others TURK SHELLS SINK THEjH. M. S. LOUIS. held of doing Injury to her. Ireland was being appealed to by ev sinking of the British torpedo boat destroyer Louis stranded and sunk by An exclusive picture of the ery agency of fear, of resentment, the Turks. of misplaced chivalry to send hundreds of thousands of her men to ft a fight that at tho best concerned against other and more patriotic her not at all. One of this contingent Americans. I hoped that the German Governcalled on Ambassador Page recently ment might be induced to make to tell the Ambassadorfthat he was clear" its peaceful intentions toward "ashamed of his country" Ireland and that tho effect of such "It's quite mutual," promptly rea pronouncement In Ireland itself torted Page, and the itcrvlow was might bo powerful to keep Irishmen Not Prudent to Ply tho Stars ended. The argumentative Britisher For Religions Education and trom volunteering for a war that and tho Americans never . and Stripes Before the Growing Necessity For Soul had no claim upon their patriotism fall In their debates tofrmention the or their honor. With this aim Training. Loniloiieis. President's phrase about being "too chiefly in view, I came to Germany proud to fight." One American thus In November, 1914, and I succeeded Confronted naively suggested somein the object I had set before mything about the result of tho Derby self. The German Government declared openly its good will toward Americans Drawn Into Hot Dis recruiting scheme showing that over Not Alone From CotholIeSourccs a million unmarried meln England Ireland. The rest of my stay In That Its Iteration putes Over Our War nad failed to attest themselves for Germany was and is but tho necesComes. Policy. military service. "I reckon they're sary outcome of that initial act. too proud to fight, tooVg' ho added, I sought, so far as one man it is reliably roported .that this part could achieve it, to keep my own people free from participation in a of tho debate was quiclcly over. The great wrong. Hatred to England or Admit They Are Finding: Their nttitudo of tho British newspapers Many Places Demand Religious Englishmen I had none; my hope Is' partly responsible fgt these conEducation of the Nation's Position Hni'dcr Than in coming to Germany was that I ditions. Hundreds of cartoons have remight be tho means to some extent Youth. appeared since 'President' Wilson Before. of keeping Ireland's sons in peace ceived tho first Gormaireply to tho at home and whoever helped in Lusltanla note. Manyfjtf them have any measure to do that would do a depicted tho Prosldenttrowned with better thing, I know, than help to CONTEMPTIFOR THE PRESIDENT a wreath of olive broaches writing MUST MOLD WILL FOR TRAINING fill a million graves. "another note" on theypewrlter. them. Unhappily for all, this form of effort is not religious training. It is but a poor, weak imitation of that education which will really produce tho great benefits deslrca and which have been prognosticated. Mere reading from tho Scriptures and tho singing of hymns will not Gratficd At Withdrawal or the develop the spiritual fiber of the Proposed Liquor Commisgrowing child. It will not give to his will that Impress which will sion Bill. powerfully nsslst It in keeping In the way of right and proper action.' The teachings of Marcus Aurelius and Epictetus failed to produce a Measure Would Have Meant vital effect upon tho lives of the Creation of Monstrous Polipeople because of this lack of a compelling supernatural force. For tical Machine. proper religious training wo must mold tho will of the individual, give to him that strengthening vital power that will onablo him to carry Into practlco tho "thou shalt nots" Col. Jim Whallcn Tells of Proposed Attempt Against of tho commandments. To accomplish this both instructor and inOrganization. structed must tsver vividly realize that such commands are of a Dlvlno origin, tho essonce of a moral law Only In training carried on in the light of such a reali- LAWTON TO OPPOSE SHERLEY zation can the individual be said to be truly "religiously" educated. DEMOCRATS d. C. B. of C. V. TjECTURER IN JAIL. olic lecturer of Waterloo, Wis., and an organizer of the "Knights of Luther." is in Jail at Detroit. Mich.. awaiting transportation to Madison for doing what ho charges his relig ious enemies with being guilty of. Follensbe. so tho story goes, while Charles Follensbe. an anti-Cat- DOFF FLAG THE CRY 1 anti-Wils- engaged in righteously pursuing truth and routing tho poison of hypocrisy ifrom tho Papacy, upset the morale of his own homo town by eloping with tho wife of a Waterloo saloonkeeper. The fact that he was married and had two children did not deter him, tho authorities say, from choosing a second mate, married also and tho mother of two children. She is Mrs. Annie Kelling. Tho two went to Milwaukee and Chicago and from the latter place dropped cards to tho abandoned wife and husband, saying they wero on their way to the land of flowers and sun shine, "ne'er more to return." A postal Inspector was put on the case. He traced tho two to Detroit and arrested them. Tho homo-coing will bo greeted by friends and relatives of the two when they arrive in Madison in custody of tho Inspector. Follensbe will bo arraigned on a complaint charging violation of the Mann act. -m IMHMMHtlMIMHIIWnMMIIinill m "Tho necessity of religious educaThat England has little friendW. Munde- Tho Most Rev. Geon tion!" It is a phrase which has a ship for this country has become leln. D.. D.. was i lana the sound, remlnls- teasroiand Rlncrnlsirlv familiar L&MMJSariMflMlfttl auitenpparent, notonlvthrougi CathoIicArchblshay centAoftheAattJtadejoJCaJhlcs.ln tuny as to my own irienas. ouiupuring our muriuuu miuruaiB, MetroDolItairof the"Fr 150011114 this countiy"ln thenatteF'ofnifo' but because she stands against the. nols In Chicago on Wednesday with training of the young. But now it Preparatory as I thought to going Louisville recently that, if the United States and all sho does ex- elaborate ceremonies in Holy Name Is not alono from Catholic sources out to tho Capo for a period of reDemocrats of Louisville would not cept furnishing war Cathedral. Ho is tho third holderl that Its itoration comes. pose and quiet, within which to place the Allies Others surrender their principles and suppre- of tho office, his predecessors hav- havo learned that there must bo a my African and Amazon on Tecord munitions. Tho hostile feeling port such a measuro as this, an vailing in London is thus described ing been Most Rev. Patrick A. experiences in tho field of tropical tho whole man, that attempt would bo made at tho next who died late in 1902, and training of be a strengthening of In dispatches to the Chicago Triresearch, I visited Ireland in August, there must State convention, by the vote of Most Rev. James E. Quigley, whose his spiritual as well as his physical 1913, to pay, as I thought, some bune: Kentucky Satto Democrats, to wipe The and intellectual life. death occurred last summer. And so wo d farewell visits. As matters turned It is not the most prudent thing Most Rev. John Bonzano, Apostolic out tho Democratic theso days to flaunt in London's Delegate to Washington, out I found it very hard to leave Irefrom many places at the prescommittee in Louisville and create officiated hear day campaign in this demand for a religious party committee that would favor face the fact that you are an Ameri- at tho services, aided by Right Rov. ent Tho Carson a land. can. Tho average Britisher, moro Charles E. McDonnell, Bishop of education of tho nation's youth. Tho plans for creating this liquor maUlster was in full blast, and despite Now Church Review is another reover recurring desire particularly tho Londoner, usually Brooklyn, by whom chine. That is something for the an innate and Archbishop Democrats of Kentucky to consider. cold and reserved, in restaurants Mundelein was ordained into the cruit to tho ranks of those who aro for retirement T found myself overmy asking that our education give some I know that tho Democrats of this and clubs, on tramcars and omni- priesthood, and scores of other borne by tho solicitations of thought to tho spiritual. In its Stato understand tho great improvebuses and most everywhere, has clergymen. friends to stay at home, for a time appears an ments that havo been mado in reached tho stage where ho will drop at any rate, and in Ulster, where I Archbishop Mundelein, who is Janunry onissuo thero Education in "Religious Louisville in city govornmont. It is his reservo any time to open an e was most at home, to try to keep years old, is tho young- articlo is a most a reflection upon them to stato that argument with an American regard- est priest ever to bo Intrusted with tho Public Schools" which tho small band of "scattered Proton this subthey would punish Louisville for reing President Wilson's submarine an archdiocese of the Importance of Interesting contribution estants" there who desired friendby what fusing to support such a revolutionwar policy. An introduction , isn't Chicago. Ho was born in Brooklyn ject, as much wellreason of which it ship with thoir Catholic as that as it ary proposal as this. They know necessary. Many Americans in Eng- and finished his preliminary educa- Incorrectlysays. based on an equal recemphasizes the correctly that the Democrats of Louisville ognition of their common Irish land who slnco tho war started tion in Manhattan College, N. Y., necessity of "a It training of the aro tho persons to olect their own COL. EDWARD M. HOUSE. have worn small American flags on in 1889, being tho youngest man to heart" as well as "a training Identity, against which tho forces of of party committees, and I do not their coats have abandoned the whom this collego over granted a head and hand." "To complete the Now visiting the European capitals Intolerance and enmity wero openly tho Stato practice of late. It is not because degree. He began his theological trinity of activities it remains to as personal envoy of President Wil- seriously considerconvention would arrayed. In November of that year a resolution to establishment of the Irish they aren't patriotic or have lost re- course at tho Propaganda Fide In find means for right training of tho son. LANSING. came tho SECRETARY abolish that kind of homo rule." Tho Irish Dublin. gard for tho Stars and Stripes. It Rome in 1890 and was ordained heart for that kind of training Volunteers at Tho local Republicans aro now Solution of tho naval warfaro priesthood Into In O'BRIEN. Volunteers sought to do for all Ire- problem and Mexican questions are is because theso submarine debates 1907 tho was selected In 1895. MICHAEL casting about for Congressional tim as a member which results in character based on he Volunteers largely in Secretary Lansing's hands. aro becoming warmer and warmer. land what the Ulster principle, actuated by lovo of right. ber for tho fall election In this dis sought for Ulster Protestantism Tho Britisher is demanding to of the Ancient Academy of ArcadI- - Without such character tho inThe marriage of Miss Marie trict, and seem to havo narrowed the only man In the United States dividual is like a pieco of machinery know what President Wilson "is go- upon whom this honor ever was alone to defend tho rights and liberJACQUES IOEFFEU. O'Brien, tho charming and accom- down tho list of choices to three up of plished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hoyburn, Joo Lawton and ing to do about the latest submarlno conferred. ties common to a whole people, He assumes on behalf out of gear, and society mado I Joined Protestant and Catholic. Much interest is being centered outrage; is he going to send another of tho Bishopric tho ownership of such individuals suffers consequent Kdward J. O'Brien, 1821 West Jef- Dr. Ben Bruner but tho latter will and discords." C. probably bo eliminated because of Prof. McNeill and became a member around tho approaching nuptials of note, and if so when; do Americans property street, and Joseph wdrth approximately disorders of which hearty assent can ferson To all Jacques, generally think that diplomatic $50,000,000 and is ecclesiastic ruler of the governing body of tho volun- Miss Clara Elizabeth Michael, of 1158 East Broadway, his prohibition views, and in that teers, and with him addressed the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles notes that novor return 'full satis- of a Roman Catholic community of certainly bo given. The spiritual was solemnized with a nuptial high event Lawton, having tho backing faculty of man does decidedly need mass Wednesday morning at St. Pat- of Searcy and Chilton, tho present first meetings held, after tho in- Jasques, and Lawrence W. Kleffor, faction' should be tho only redress 1,400,000 people. training augural Dublin meeting, in Galway which liaonr event will bo solem for flagrant violation of InternaRecognition of tho imporatneo of all of the and development. "When rick's church, the ceremony being powers that be, will receive tho Refaculties of tho human be- performed by the Rev. James P. publican nomination. As predicted nnd f!nrk. In December. 1913. An nized with nuptial high mass next tional law on tho high seas, and tho responsibility assumed by Archincident at this time occurred that Thursday morning at 7 o'clock at whether " so on and so on and so bishop Mundelein with tho pallium, ing," we1 aro further Informed, "are Cronin, Vicar General of tho dio- bofore. Congressman Swagar Sher-le- y will havo no opposition for tho I St. Cecilia's church, uov. vainer on. When Austria answered Presi- tho symbol of his sacordotal office, In their right adjustment, tho life cese. Before tho mass began the added weight to the conviction smoothly; nomination. It is already held that no English Gov- Craney performing tho ceremony. dent Wilson's second note on the was contained in his address after of tho individual runs the ideal In church was thronged to the doors Democratic approaches the ernment, whether it called itself Owing to tho popularity of tho con- Ancona sinking and practically the service was completed. "As 1 and societyas this adjustment in tho with friends of the bride and groom rumored that Judge friends of Judge proportion Gregory and Greeno aro tryWhig or Tory, was capable of treat- tracting parties many friends are bowed to the President's demands look over my experience and think is by the and many wero unable to gain admit- ing to persuade- them to enter tho Individual lives prevails. ing Ireland with Justice. I refer to eager to extend hearty congratulathe tension slackened. The respite of the vast army of children tho centralizing of all tho It tance. Tho bridegroom Is Secretary race, but it is pretty near a cer of the abandonment of the port of tions. Miss Jacques wasis born and was brief. Tho destruction of the poor, tho sick, the orphaned and tho conduct in obedience to motives tho Dlvlno to W. L. Mapother, Vlco Presidenty tainty that County Judgo Greeno is a young liner Persia in tho Mediterranean destitute," said the Archbishop, "I Queonstown by the largo Cunard raised In Louisville and grooming himself for tho Mayoralty commandments that this adjustment of the "Louisville & Nashville vessels on the alleged ground of its lady of estimable charms of manner revived the argument, and in conse- think of tho work that is to bo done Is accomplished, even as it is by Company, and has a high stand- nomination next year. and has always been prominent in quence the American in England in an archdiocese like Chicago. You dangerous character, and tho subseMr. and ing in business circles. ilong with tho Congressional tho society of St. Cecilia's parish. nowadays isn't advertising tho fact must be generous in your sympathy, tho operation of the immutable law Mrs. Michael left tho city in tho quent action taken against tho all tho forces Tho lucky groom is a son of Mrs. generous in your devotion; stay of gravitation that equilibrium." of afternoon to spend their honeymoon race this year threo members of tho Lino, which had he's an American. nature are held In Board of Education will ho chosen, "It came to Louis- that its Intention to call at Joseph Kleffor and Green and Is An American business man who with me always, good times and is much to bo desired," wo learn, at Palm Beach, Fla., and Havana. and judging from the present disBowling year bad. We must all stand as one Queenstown en route to Boston. ville from Upon their return they conduct at tho Stock Yards camo to England less than a now trust, one in work, ono in "that our public schools be made homo to their friends at will bo at satisfaction with tho will bo of tho 1470 South present board thero This latter action was an unfriendly Bank. Ho is a nephew of Mrs. John ago to take charge of an established ono inone in charity, my development of charseveral hope, dear Bish- effective in tho as in tho training of Second street. was accomstrong aspirants in the Hold. Tho London, said act to Ireland and acter, as well Hockor-- , American branch In and Mrs. diplomacy Glenn of Bowling William Since lo Saturday: "I have worn a small ops, priests and people." attempt of tho board to prevent taxplished by an underhand tho intellect, that charaetcr-buildin- g Green. smith, To tho priests ho payers from receiving a discount on that would have been unfriendly to a cating hero he nas oeen very suc- metallic emblem of the Stars and you, my priests, are said: "Whether take tho place in the school curMACKIN COUNCIL. descended from riculum which its importance dethe school share of the tax wa3 tho forolgn State, much moro so to an cessful and has made a record of Stripes on my coat lapel over since dwellers of other climse, from the mands." It js hero that the stumIntegral part" of the realm effecting which any young man may bo t stepped off a liner at Liverpool. I green hills of Ireland or tho hamThe meeting Monday night of crowning blow, and an attempt of Our Mackln Council was a livo one. tho few, who poso as good governam proud to be an American, and I lets of Germany or France, I can bling In tho argument begins. It. Throughout tho spring and early proud. summer of 1914 tho Volunteer am not going to hide that flag. But think of only ono thing that you religious education is npt to bo tho Four applications for membership ment representatives, to tell tho r must admit that at present it is havo pledged your sentiments to the education that wo generally under- were presented, ovldenco that tho public whom they may vote for will movement In Ireland spread. In ALUMNI BANQUET. every county thousands of men were Prospective land of the free, and your obedi-enc- o stand it to bo in the use of that contesting teams are working hard meet with a cool reception this year. hurting my business. probability Ben Kllng, who term. "deeper St. customers insist on arguing about of Tho new gymnasium enrolling and drilling and everyto tho church. Keep your ception It is to be thatreligion con- for a large class for tho Initiation In all such a of a personal which on Monday, February 21. President mado wonderful raco In where tho cry was "when Bhall wo Xavier's College will bo opened with President Wilson's submarine war vows; do not loso them." In tho past has produced so many Seb. Hubbuch occupied tho chair 1914, will again bo a candidate, and tho annual alumni banquet on tho policy before they will consent to get the rifles?" saintly characters plus an educa- and rushed tho business in order to it is rumored that Phil Thompson, At a personal interview with Mr. evening of Tuesday, February 29. discuss business affairs. Some of LECTURE FOR KNIGHTS. tion that has reference to tho whole give time for the iimburgor cheese a former membor of tho old board, Redmond, May 7, 1914. ho stated Laying of the track floor Is almost (hem become indignant and their by will make the race. in its ontiro tho last thing he desired was completed and tho gymnasium will manner turns indifferent to AmeriNext Wednesday evening Prof. human race, necessities andrango of eating contest, which was won that It is earnestly hoped that boforo obligaCharles Grousser, who put away i bo ready for th boys the first week cans and American industry. They Ragsdalo, of the Boys' High School, Interrelated rifles snouia do iut m that The officers ot St, refuso to buy. To declare war on will deliver a lecture at tho meeting tions, and that looks upon each in- nine sandwiches in tho record time the Legislature adjourns somo memhands of the volunteers. At tho in March. are Thomas D. Germany or Austria would bo harm- of tho Knights of Columbus. Prof. dividual as vitally realted to tho of six minutes. For next Monday ber of tho Jefferson county delegasame meeting it became clear to Xavier's Alumni whole." "It is much to be desired night tho Committee tion will offor a bill putting a curb President: Francis J. McNeill and myself that tho Cllncs. Prof. speaking from an unneutral Ragsdale's subject will be "Tho that thero be prepared a book of announced Entertainment contost. on the a pie eating constables, who Parliamentary party meant to Dougherty, Vice President; John II. ful, ability as selections from tho Scriptures, ac Irish International State." His of tho are a nuisance of tho worst sort.. Second Vice President; viewpoint, to the cause steady Allies; an educator and orator havo won "capture" tho volunteers and to use Starks, stream t would diminish the Ono week they aro found prosecutceptable to Protestant, Roman CathOLDEST SODALITY. them as a sham army for political, Louis J. Hackett, Secretary; Robert of munitions coming to them from him wide recognition and assures olic and Jew, as sultablo for reading ing automobilists for technical viopurposes on English party plat- G. Wulf, Treasurer; the Rev. John tho United States; it could not help an Intellectual treat for those who in the schopls, and Tho honor of tho oldest sodality lations of the law, dragging them. that the daily It was clear that all T. Hill, Spiritual Director; the Rev. them much In a military way." hear him. forms. When reading of portions of It without In the United States Justly belongs imo court ior not haying all lights James, treland was behind tho volunteer Brother College. President of St. London comment bo prescribed. It is im- to the historic Ursullno Convent of lit on their cars, regardless of the Other Americans In Redmond sought to lay Xavier's uprisal nouns. I frankly possible to estimate the benefits fact that a light had only been acadmitted that they are find- Orleans. Tho hands upon it, so that it might be The Forty Hours' devotions will would follow from such a daily that Now here the Sodalityrecords show cidentally extinguished a few minex- that of the ChilPAYS BIG TAX. ing moir position iiHruer uu imiuoi. begin tomorrow morning Its original Irish deflected from in St. ercise, especially it tho teacher were dren of Mary was founded on May utes. The next week they are arSometimes the defense of America's nnrnnu. A sDontaneous national submarine war Paul's church, continuing until In sympathy with It. The singing 28, 1730, and approved by tho Su- resting the samo class because of Mrs. Frederick C. Penfleld, wife policy regarding upheaval of Irish patriotism was to Rev. Father Eugene of hymns expressive of love, grati- preme Pontiff on March 14, 1739. the slowness of somo clerk In issuof the Ambassador of Austria, is lapses into a discussion of Presi- Tuesday. ui oujiuu v W useo, ior purpu ing up to date license tags. Tk meet this scheme assessed to pay a personal property dent Wilson'a note on England's Donohue will direct the iniprsslve tude and worship may be a power- Tho Ursullno Convent of New ItUeal triokery. To has also the distinction of be- latest move is to go into the highon a valuation of over blockade policy which makes the services, and several priest' "Vends ful factor in the development of ft was only necessary to do one tax Mrs. argument more unpleasant., A few will assist him. This yea "Iheaa that religious susceptibility without ing; the first, Institution to be found- - ways and byways and arrwt something to arm the Irish Volunteer, $5,000,000 in Philadelphia. which religious Instruction la 3d in this country for the education one for accepting a piket bet on th even as Sir Edward Carson had I Penfleld is a Catholic and has given Americans have denounced the aets beautiful devotions are everpfhere races. of. young ladies, dating from 1727. of official Washington and will argue better attended than eyer before. armed the Ulster Volunteers. After liberally to church and charity. Fee-han, ARCHBISHOP INSTALLED Democrats throughout the Stato were up in arms this week at the proposed Excise Commission bill which, if passed by tho Legislature, would havo paved tho way for the creation of a monstrous machine and sure destruction of tho Demo cratic party in this State. It would havo created a constant turmoil among tho liquor dealers in the State, as tho party In power would on any saloonwreak vengeance keeper not willing to do tho bidding of tho machine. Tho Republicans, if in power, could persecute tho Democrats, and the latter when In power could persecute tho Republicans. Asido from this tho party in power could also browbeat saloon men and liquor dealers into accepting the candidates of the machine in a primary. All in all, thero was not ono redeeming feature in tho measuro and Democrats aro at a loss to see why Gov. Stanley and his advisers were ever bamboozled for ono minute into giving support to such a measure. It is rumored but not confirmed that Gov. Stanloy was influenced by tho llttlo coterie of down and out politicians in Louisville who seek this method of wreaking vengeance on tho present of tho Democratic party, deleaders spite tho fact that it is ack nowledged and conceded that the prcsont leaders took chargo of the organization just when tho above down and outers had practically ruined the party here, and their tactics, whilo in power, made ono ashamed to acknowledge that he was n Democrat. Col. James P. Whallen summed up tho caso pretty thoroughly from tho standpoint of Louisville and Jefferson county In an interview tho legally-electe- forty-thre- fellow-countrym- bo-llo- vo - Kan-wa- Hamburg-- American ed book-keep- er -- forty Or-le&- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. L.nclias, look up yoar Milan and Ilerap lints from last Benson and bring PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ibom to as. 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In an early number America will begin the publication of a study hy Edward J. JIcDermott, LL.B., LL. D., of Louisville, on the Fess bill, a measure now pending In Congress, enacting the establishment of a National University at Washington. This Is a matter of great importance, not only to Catholics but to all Americans who see In the growing power of the Federal Government the beginning of Caesarism. Dr. studied at Queen's College In' Belfast, tho University of Gottin-gereceived his degree In law at Harvard, and in 1913 was made a doctor of laws by Kentucky State University. From 1911 to 1915 he served as Lieutenant Governor of his State. Dr. McDermott's recognized position as a student of constitutional law will give his articles a a note of authority. n, dently seeks cheap notoriety, for his resolution can bring him nothing elso. SHOULD 1'HOTEST. MASCOT Come down to the factory 12thE& Orrasby and have a bat made to order. FURNITURE Offers Many Inducements in Dependable Furniture at Prices That Have Been Marked Way Below Normal. All-Mctal About one year ago the Guardians of Liberty in convention assembled adopted resolutions commending their brother Villa for his despoliation of the Catholic church in Mexico, and now their hero is being chased up and down tho vale like n common The Guardians thief. should protest. WHAT IT IS LIKE. SALE Library Tables all-meter m Preparedness is like the man who desired so much to know how a suicide felt and killed himself to clear tho mystery, or like the little boy who must skate, just once, over thin ice to sco if it will break, and who in finding out furnished the chief figure in a funeral. UJf CONVINCING. -- Beds $15.00 Upholstered Rockers DRILLING CIULDllEX. ' o" jsi Prof. Halleck says the Board of Education Is just skimping along on Coming their present revenue. after the greedy attempt of the board to grab more from tho taxpayers for their swelling coffers iary drill, properly taught and shows that tho professor Is not to bo properly kept up, means not only an despised as a humorist. excellent way of furthering tho The Conuty Equalization Board physical development of tho boy and to that adjourned Saturday was the jouth, but also a mighty factor . tSSS i. ward bodily health and strength. most incompetent that over 'served UNCLE SAM DON'T WANT WAR. It also means discipline mental as Jefferson county. Large realty holdwell as physical and of this the ers and corporations were not dis- Pax8aac6a3agc8ac8attceo30 Mrs. J. C. Curran, who has been average school boy certainly stands turbed, the assessment raises being confined to her home at 321 North, Twenty-fift- h street for two weoks This preparedness made on the small property owners. in decided need. with the grip, is again ablo to bo yet the That's what comes from naming a would not be expensive, up, to the great' relief of her famyouth of the country would have in- board composed almost wholly of WMC8SSSSS3SS38S3aa ily and friends. estate agents. They Increased stilled into them the true spirit of real Mr. John patriotism while receiving a military tho poor man's burden that tho rich City on J. Crotty is in New York nounce and Mrs. R, W. Galway ana business trip. may escape their share. the marriage of their niece, training that would mako every man Anna Mae Hoban, to Edward C. a soldier and tend toward peace. on Thursday morning, FebAnnlo McGill The presence of a Jew on the forMisstrip to Atlantic left last week Brotzgo 22, at City and New ruary a 9:30 o'clock at St. Supreme bench has been threatened York. Cecilia's church. LOOKS "LTKK TEDDY. opposition. The with some obstinate Fergus Fallon and his estimable John Kelty was the past week The Chicago Tribune, reviowiug fact that that opposition Is weaken the guest of John Mahoney and wife, are today celebrating their tho situation among the Republi- ing and that the appointment of family at New Haven. golden wedding anniversary. This says it's Roosevelt against the Brandels will be confirmed Is an cans, morning they will attend Jubilee James B. Brown was among last high mass in their honor at St. has been earnest ot the good sense and field. This conclusion week's arrivals at the Waldorf-Astori- John's church, Clay and Walnut. of his peers. reached because the favorite sons' New York City. managers all declare that the race The Denver Catholic Register o Employes ot the public libraries lies between their man and Teddy. The Bertrand Athletic Club will Saturday notes that Miss Eula When all have been heard you will of this city are as much entitled to entertain with a Lincoln day dance Wathen, of Louisville, who made a host of friends during a visit in discover that the only two candidates Sunday rest as other workers. People this eveniug in their hall. Donver a year ago, is again in tho left in the field are Senator Sher- who want books from tho libraries Miss Loretta Tigho has been en- city, to lemaln two months or man of Illinois and Roosevelt, for- can procure them during the week. tertaining Miss Agnes McGlonchy at longer. mer Senator Root of New York and Tho libraries should bo kept closed her home on Cecil avenue. Mr. and Mrs. David Garvey are 4&M&&44&&&Q$&&&$ Roosevelt, former Senator Fairbanks on the Sabbath day. Miss Kntherlne Russell, ot New receiving tho congratulations of ot Indlann and Roosevelt, Senator Albany, has gone to Chicago to their friends since the visit of the IRISH CONVENTION CALLED. spend several months with relatives. Stork, who brought another pretty William Alden Smith of Michigan baby girl to their homo, 2319 West and Roosevelt, Senator Borah of A call for a national convention They nre now tho Martin E. Ridge, of East Broad- Main street. Cut Flowers for all occasions. Idaho and Roosevelt, Senator La of "men and women of the Irish way, is confined to his home proud parents of six lovely girls Sptclal attention given Follette of Wisconsin and Roosevelt, race in America" to "make known threatened with an attack of and two stalwart sons. orders. and Associate Justice Hughes of tho to the world that Ireland has not Miss Ruth Cooper, daughter of Supremo Court and Roosevelt. Many been and can not be absorbed into England," was Issued in New York Mrs. Dan Leahy and Mrs. Mayme Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Heffernan, NEW NANZ NEUNER CO. Republicans think that with each on Tuesday ovor the signatures of Welsen spent last week In Spring- Madison strcot, was one of the INCORPORATED. foregoing list 500 men of Irish lineage, of prom- field, the guests of Mrs. Walter class of girls graduated last week elimination from the from the Girls' High School. Miss 057 .Fourth Ave.. LoaiBvillc. Ky. and inence in different parts of the Leachman. Roosevelt will gain strength Cooper passed from Presentation country. A convention is to be held finally win the nomination. In this city on March 4 and 5. The Miss Ellzaveth O'Brien, who wns Acadomy with high honors before announcement declares that Ireland the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. entering the High School. THEY ARE SICK. looks forward with hope and con- Hardy, has returned to her home Mrs. E. J. Aud was given a surfidence to tho "complete breakdown papers are sick of Eng- of British misrule as the certain In Nashville. prise party Sunday evening, tho occaItalian land. They are sick of the pretense outcome of the present war." "EngMr. and Mrs. John Morcan. of sion being her birthday. An elegant declares, with of England, of its egotism and of its land spite ofher allies," itsupremacy New Albany, made a pleasant visit luncheon was served, followed by a "in her boasted last week Mr. and Mrs. James card party. Those present were Mr. blustering. And the Italian paper In numbers, in wealth and in ter- Tighe, Ceciltoavenue. and Mrs. J. C. Fedler, Mr. and Mrs, HERRMANN BROS. La Tribuna plainly tells England ritory, has been defeated in every Fred Fedler, Mr. and Mrs. Edward IMPORTER! courage and George Mulllnix. Jr.. and wife, of HIckey, Mrs. Charles Rice, of Chithat so far from feeling under a contest where skill andthe weapons, strength have been week end cago; Mrs. V. Kaltenbrun; Misses FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. compliment toward her, tho reverse and has kept her cause afloat with Jeftersontown, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Ida Bell, Katie Coleman, Margaret is tho cane that any money Eng the neutral world only because of Mulllnix in Clifton. Distillers and Wholesale Dealand Nelllo Ward, Catherine Reitz, y and cable control ers In Finest Barnds ef land lent Italy she got more than censorship James Ward and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. weapons through which Whiskies, especially. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Kehrer Aud. value for it, and in addition hopes ot calumny and her favoritehave been falsehood to get back tho money itself at wielded with tho dexterity and suc- and family moved into their new home at Twenty:flfth and Oak ELECT BISHOP AGAIN. usurious interest. In many Italian cess which ripe experience and In- streets this past week. BOTTLED IN BOND. herited tendency have glvn to her." towns riots have taken place, and Among Tho Atheneum, the subjects announced for 234 SJ SIXTH STREET The many friends of Mrs. Frank at Its meeting held in Washington, TltytWH 1943.1 tho Government is now threatening discussion is "How best to act so Bishop Charles to uso American-mad- e riot shrapnel that at the congress of the nations Driscoll, of Hamilton avenue, will be, D. C, sorry 10 sne is threatened Warren Currier to tho. Presidency, on the mob. Italy will soon owe ns at the end of tho. war the legitimate with an learn matpneumonia. op attack of Ireland to as claims of may receiveseparation from much to American neutrality England JEFFERSONVILLE. the fullest Mr. and Mrs. John Cuslck. 2114 Germany. measure of consideration and that g Mrs. W. D. Davis, of Jofterson- - Late News That Will Interest sufferings she may Dumesnll street, are hanDV since the after again take her place among the na visit of the Stork, who brought to vllle, will entertain the people of THEIR FATE. Members Here and their home a pretty baby girl. St, Augustine's congregation Montions of the world." day night at Best's Hall, tho proThe Clarke amendment to tho Dr. J. J. Connolly, of South ceeds to be added to tho church SNOW DESTROYS DOME. Philippine bill, which makes It Louisville, has returned from Cin- fund. Euchre and lotto will be mandatory on the United States to Fully 600 Knights gathered at Seattle has been exnnrinnMnir cinnati, where he was called be- played and other amusements Jamestown, N. Y when a large class withdraw entirely from the Philip fearful weather for several weeks cause of the death of his uncle, received the degrees. pine!; not sooner than two years an,d much "damage has occurred. Maurjce Reardon. DANGER PASSED. Toledo now has a membershln of and not later than four, has passed Tho snow varies intodepth from two Mrs. John J. Morltz has returned feet at sea level thirty feet In 1,600. There were 100 in the class the Senate. Fifteen Democrats the niountains. The greatest single here from Hallon, Ind., where she James A. Wathen, of the Kenvoted against tho amendment. It loss was the collapso of the dome spent a few weeks with relatives, tucky Distilleries and Warehouse Initiated last Sunday, Degreo Asbeing summoned there by the death Company, who The Cincinnati Fourth Cathedral, causing Is npw likely that wo shall soon of St. James has been ill of heart sembly has begun praparatlons for $75,000 damage. Whether any lifo of her uncle, John Braun. Anthony's Hospital another exemplification. trouble at St. abandon the Filipinos to their fate. waB lost when tho great mass of since Christmas, is out of What that fato will be is not un- steel, terra cotta and copper fell Col. Matt Winn has been visiting ger and will be ablonow return danOklahoma City Knights have a to home certain, Tho True Voice predicts 120 feet to tho floor of the main in New York, tho guest of Jnmea next week. For a time thero was largo class ready for Initiation the last Sunday of this month. Butler, that within five years after tho MidUoriUm Ashas not been de- in the one of tho biggest merchants only slight hope for his recovery. termined. Eastern States. Col. Winn far as known no one From April 3 0 to 16 Passlonist United States flag comes down in was in the Cathedral at the time left Saturday for Mexico. missionaries will conduct a retreat BISHOP M'FAUTi, the Philippines the islands will be of the accident, hut this can not be for the Knights of Cincinnati. determined definitely until the Airs. James W. Hendricks has a part ot the Japanese empire. The Right Rev. James A. McFaul, Thursday night debris, which lies five feet deep on been entertalulng her sister, Mrs. the illustrious Bishop of Trenton, and team from the a representative national council tlfe floor, is removed. The bran J. D. Sales, of Spokane, Wash., in N. J., lg a visitor at Biloxi, Miss. conferred the second degree at JIAKES FOOLISH IHtEAK. and onyx pulpit was destroyed, but whoso honpr there have been several Bishop McFaul, during his sojourn Oswego. N Y. uio main auar ana in the Sunny South, is revising his United States Senator Thomas organ were not me sz5,UU0 pipe delightful dinner receptions. The KnightB of Fulton have purdamaged. The new volume of "Pastoral Letters weuld be befW employed attending dome, octagonal in shape, was forty-foresidence, which Arthur L. Hoerter, after a resi- and Other Writings," which will chased the Hunter into one ot the will fitted up bis owa duties than Injecting him-e- k feet ia diameter. dence of three fears in the States soon be published. Tho volume con- fliiest behome in Central New York. of Idaho and Washington, has again tain the Bishop's lecture on 'fedetad, thie country into Canadian PANEGYRIC They are ahead ot many of the OF ST. PATRICK. become a resident of this citv. hav ration of Catholic Societies," Bjh&n. Upon what does that gentle-ma- n v ing arrived home last week. l in New Orleans at their na large cities. base his resolution that the Right The Rev. Mopslgnor Dr. J. A. Averdlck's ability as an tional convention In 1913. The ParUamnt House fire vu an act of O'Rlordan, rector of the Irish ColMr. and Mrs. D. W. Gibbons an- uishi n- - has exDreaaed hlmoalf In orator brought a large audience to rf terms of the charms . of the the . meeting of . Bishop Carrell Coun "deliberately planned incendiarism" lege, hae accepted an invltattGa to nounce the engagement of their . . .. .. . : - .. i .".-SouAS-penearric B.i Aaeeda at ail uie unmistakable en in uoriagion on laarsaay mgai, and ''an unpardonable crime agalaet deliver the on March of the St. 'Pat. daughter, .Mlas May Roae Gibbons, evluTnu of Ireland 17. fn to Clarence E. Nehlien. The wedof Catholic vroereaa hn when he delivered an adareen on civilization?" 'The Senator has (witnessed everywhere. church, Rotate, ding will take place' March 2. "The Wquor Question of Today." ,. -.,. Those who would see this country prepared for emergencies are quite unable to understand why there should be any objection whatever to the proposition of rudimentary military drill in all our schools, mil- mil w ,....-- SQGIETY. -- broad-mindedne- ss a, This lied is offered in either whilo Solid Onk Library Tables; having $9.95 enamel or Vernis Martin finish a beautiful fumed finish. The An exceptional bnrgnin offered in al and is furnished with an size of the top is 26x42 Inches these great deeply upholstered spring and a and has a book or magazine comfortable rockers. They white cotton mattress. Can be Shelf at each end; price. .5.08 have a broad seat, supported by had in either full or three-quartOn tho Household Club Plan this heavy colled springs and are size. table can bo bought for a first covered with handsome imitapayment of 60c and tho reOn tho Household Club Plan this tion Spanish leather. mainder at $2.00 a month. bed can be purchased for a first payment of $1.60 with the balThese chairs are oxcellent for the Commodes ance at ?2.00 a month. library or living room, preThey are mado of solid oak and senting a dignified appearance Buffets have a pretty golden finish. A with their deep ruddy covering heavy granite steel pail Is furand mahogany-finishe- d These Buffets aro made of genuframe. nished; price, each On tho Household Club Plan $2.00 ine quarter-sawe- d oak, highly polished golden finish; it is GO these rockers can be purchased Dinning-RooChairs for a first payment of $1.00 and inches long; price $30.50 the remainder at $2.00 a month. On tho Household Club I'lnn it Those. CIinirs aro made of genuine quarter-sawe- d oak with a beaucan be bought for a first paytiful golden finish ; full box Children's Steel Cribs ment of $3.95 and tho reseats 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 are 2 feet G inches wide Steel Beds $5.50 and can be secured in either On tho Household Club Plan tho Tho Beds are made ot con the white or Vernis Martin set can be purchased for a first tinuous steel tubing with five payment of $1.20 and the re finish. Tho sides slide up and filler rods at each end; can bo down and when up are fastened mainder at $2.00 a month. three-quartobtained 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 bo noticed that the Vernis Martin finish is offered Made of solid oak and in a pretty sides aro high enough to pregolden finish. It has three to tho purchaser. vent the child from toppling largo drawers in the base and On tho Household Club Man the out, oven if it should stand up a good heavy French beveled beds can bo purchased for a in tho crib. plato mirror. first payment of 55c and tho . On tho Household Club Plan this On Uio Household Club Plan remainder at $2.00 a month. piece can be purchased for a the crib can be bought for a first payment of 90c and the Guaranteed Brass Beds first payment of 65c and the balance 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 Mattresses are Duofold Beds $25.00 fillers at each end. It Is sanitary pure white cotton and in tlia ..following five These Duofold Beds aro offered In weigh a full 40 pounds. Tho finishes: both oak or mahogany finish, top is covered In a pretty art with plain black upholstering Bright, Satin, Velvet, Satin ticking, neatly tufted. They no tufts to catch and retain the Polct and Vchet Polet. ' are mado in the full bed size; dust. All of the bedding is held a neat have edge; And the lacquer is absolutely roll inside of the frame. price guaranteed against tarnishing. $0.50 Uso tho Household Club Plan On the 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 be purchased for a first payment and the balance nt first payment of 65c and the first payment ot $2.50 and the $2.00 a month. remainder at $2.00 a month. balance at $2.00 a month. er ch n FLORISTS out-of-to- CUT PRICE SPECIALS $ MEN'S FURNISHINGS Suspenders 25c Regular 50c qualities. with large flowing ends. Silks, crepes and satins in a large and gratifying variety of patterns. Wonderful values at the cut price 25c. Four-in-hands Ken-tack- Pearl of Nelson, kmiits Spanish-Americ- an mum. Neckwear. 25c Lisle web and heavier webs and all with calf leather ends. A variety of' solid colors as well as fancy striped effects. A famous brand, formerly 50c, now clearing at 25c. age-lon- 69c; Fine Socks, 12c. Other Specials : Shirts, 69c; Gloves, LEVY'S THIRD AND MARKET AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES t a ur ed FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. I i :- -. I FALLS CITY VULCANIZING CO. 11Q1-6- S - 'B BAST BKOADWA.Y. JKEODTJOKTST XjSiiSKC ATSaOE&XGAJ&. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky frish American arc 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 AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS BGHLICII ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky 35 W. Main St., Home Phone City 6674 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY BY & ,, THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. IKmfmunStmm INCORPORATED PttRAN W. SMITH'S SON- - 0 1 AL. S. SMITH, PROP. We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates. I Funeral $ 2 Director and Embalmer Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 628 IV. Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. The Outfitting Department to Women and Misses Announces That BOTH PHONES 810. ICE CREAM 1101 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 All Winter Apparel Must Go t $809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET! t WVlVWWWWfcVWVVWVtlVk HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- T "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Griddle In the HAMS, LOUISVILLE PROVISION (Incorporated.) 3eoxjjn:i The Placo Where Old Clothes Are Made to Look Like New." SPALDING DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. R. JEUNESSE BUILDING CONTRACTOR CO CO. WOMEN'S AND MISSES' WINTER COATS A final and absolute clearance of Winter Coats, all of irreproachable qualitymade 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 have arranged the stock into three groups. Among them are to be found coats in mixtures, plaids, chkeks, pebble cheviots, broadcloths and plushest The val ues are incomparable J. J. BARRETT'S SONS I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. Moraine" IARD, SAUSAGE i .' 822 3Bas1: Moiix VVVVVVVYV4AAVVVVYVVlVlV ??? e 4 street. e JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN 2o23 West Wnlnut Street PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home Phone Shawnee 198G ARTHUR -- 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 for wear the remainder of this season and in anticipation of requirements for 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. ifllfllTllTlr-- Jin 1 - 44 i r DOUGHERTY & McELIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, A. WILL J. BRODERI0K 4392-- J BUILDER WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Funeral Directors and Embalmers! BOTH Climb. Mniu SOOS-- n Montgomery Street Home Phone Shawnee 1010 2431 FOR Home Phono City rIIOKJT15Js;. Homo City SOOS 1000 Zano Street SEE POOLEY MONEY CONFIDENTIAL SHEET METAL 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-- RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY Room 1, Courier-Journa- L. 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS Building l 415 Fourth Street Thos. II. Kennedy Louis D. Coady What KENNEDY-COAD- HIBERNIANS. They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. 0. H. IRELAND. V Record of the Most Important of the .Recent Events CulledFrom Exchanges. -, v PRANK FEHR BREWING CO ttin&rtPORATED CO. MANUFACTURERS Incorporated Louisville Made Furnaces S. Ninth St. City 2542 Home Phone 210-22- 2 w..H-l-l4MH1'''''1"''1''l'll"l"' MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Homo Phone, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. Division DIVISION 1. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lied- erkranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut. f M. J. BANNON, Pre:. I Mgr. P. BANNON, JR., Vice Fret. Trea:. LAWRENCE 1. VEENEMAN, I Secretary. P. t BANNON PIPE CO. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Condaits, Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Titrlflea BricK, Fire Proofing, Floe Lining, Fire BricK Grate and Boiler Tile, Groans Fire Clay, Chimney fops. Vice President W. L. Cushlng. will be the only division Recording Secretary Daniel Mcto meet next week. . Carthy. Pittsburgh and AlleKhony county Secretary Edward Financial have fifty divisions. Clancy. Brooklyn has thirtv-eeve- n divis Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sorgeant-at-Arm- 8 James English. ions and 5,000 members. e Tim Lyons. Sentinel Tho national convention will open on Tuesday, July 18. DIVISION 3. Rnnent Rtntistlca srlvo tho Ladies First and Third Monday at HiberAuxiliary a membership of 70,000. Portland, nian Home, 1818-182- 0 Tho St. Patrick's Day Celebration Monday evenPresident Lawrenco J. Mackey. Committee will meet Vice President John J. Riley. ing. Secretary John J. Financial I.i. J. Mean v. of Division 4. has been appointed to tho lire depart Hession, Jr. 4 President Mark Ryan. X WORKS 507. 13th ted Breck. and Magnolia Ave, Bet. 9th and iOth. 573-1786. CUMD. MAIN 111 1 11 III 1 i H 1 QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE The most popular cooking device in the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, bakes perfectly and consumes the least possible amount of gas. It is made to last. GEHER & SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 Com-Cel-S- ar The Great Stomach, Kidney Liver and own homo. HATS AT Tlin Mlhernlan Social ment. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Pitts burgh Initiated a class of 400 on St. Brlgld's day. Tlin LmUfik Auxiliary announce, a list of 100 prizes for their euchre and lotto March 1. Inst Aiirll. the Ladles' Auxiliary of Brockton, Mass., has a membership of 377. Thren divisions in New Orelans have united with Capt. John as President. nivlntnn 2B nf Boston has organ ized a ladles' auxiliary, starting with fifty-thrmenjbers. Thn ennntv liall was the most suc cessful Hibernian social affair held In Brooklyn for twenty years. Hibernians of Auburn will celebrate St. Patrick's day with a great banquet at tho Majestic Hotel. Thn Lmllps' Auxiliary to bo af filiated with the Nlghoworkers' divis ion of Boston has been instituted. Mnrpii R lina lipfin set for the ban- no inlHntlnn nf Division 3 of South Omaha, which is striving for the 300 mark. Smith Omaha Hibernians will next month appoint committees and tho project of securing their l Fltz-patrl- ck ee Rev. Canon Doyle. Judge Law Smith, In opening Limerick Quarter Sessions, was presented with white gloves for the fourth time in succession. V. The death is announced of James J. Shannon, Vice Chairman of tho MulUngar District Council and manager of tho Hibernian Bank. Tho death is announced of tho Matthew Rev. Hugh Murphy, Cooley, at a ripe Recording Secretary KX". old ago, sixty years of which he spent O'Brien. in the vlnoyards of the Lord. Treasurer Danfel Dougherty. P. Dermody, Lecarrow, Chairman Sergeant-at-ArmM. Kalaher. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE of tho Tuam District Council, has Sentinel Thomas Noon." been appointed Justice of the Peace for County Galway. Ho is President DIVISION 4. Meets Second nnd Fourth Mondays, of tho North Galway United League Executive. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. SHgo Harbor Board has passed a SATISFIES THAT LONGING. President John H. Hennessy. resolution of condolence with the Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secrotary Thomas J. family of tho late Alderman J. Connolly. T. Flanagan has been Langan. as his successor in membership Recording Secretary James S. INCORPORATED of that body. McTighe. LOUISVILLE. KY. The death in his seventieth year PHONE CITY 859. Treasurer Pat Connelly. is announced of Frank Burton, Sentinel M. J. McDermptt. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. Inlstloge, near Thojnastown. He was 191 1913 Mayor O'Shea, of Cork, has been knighted. Tho parishioners of Tagot decided at a public meeting to erect n memorial to their late pastor, Very '! . vV Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE. sr OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER ed JOHN F. OERTEL CO. Y. Meets M.I. h. aiACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixtS. O. Schaad. First President Second Vice Vice Hubbuch. M. President President R. F. L. r- - Scheckler. Financial Secretary, F. Secretary Recording Buckle. G. G. Adams. G. W. un-dera- ke Club will Blood Remedy An Ideal Tonic and Body Builder. Legally Guaranteed to satisfy you or money refunded. One dollar for 3 boxes. On sale at all drug stores. cta-sefaun- PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY TO-SA- BY GETTING A TIN T OF BUG AND nOACII KIULEn OH3BMO for Home We ara Headquarters Cleaning1 Material! each an Liaised OH Powders, Mateiless Soap, SoourlBff Liquid raraitnre and Office Follihei, Disinfectant, Germ Killer, Etc. We V aire Mok alio Headquarter! for as MHtMi ateeaw. Incorporated , Otty SOUTH THIRD SAM Tnmd-giMv- g f.' Lcuisville Chemical 6M 18-11 C. Thursday morning tho funeral of John T. SJlbernagle, who was well known In tho West End, was held from the Church of Our Lady, Rev. re- Father Connlff celebrating the was Vin T.na Anpolne rllvtnlnnH netltlon- quiem mass. The deceased All the late tad sew Stv!' a and Shape and Congressmen to years old and ri at reasonable price. Ing Senators passage of the bill to forty-tw- o Western Parkway. resided at aid in tho 4551 erect a monument to me angeis of tho Battlefield." Afro nnhocM TCpon. nnn of tho "At Ncr to You as the Neatest Phone't oldest members of St. Cecilia's parNOTRE DAME. ish, passed peacefully away Tuesday morning at tho home of her Our Special $3.00 Spray Nnfrn Dame University now con son, John Keep, 2541 Rowan street, Oar Special $5.00 Wreath tains ono of the largest asbotanical following a long mness tnai uovei-ope-d well as pneumonia. Tho remains were collections in tho world The largest valuei in Funelargo and rare biological, geological, taken to New Haven for burial minerologlcal and zoological collec- Thursday morning. ral Flowers ever offered lo Louii villa, tions and laboratories and Invaluable apparatus for all kinds of Peter J. Fahey, who has been enFor prompt delivery call ?23 scientific work. The big Hall of gaged In tho produce business, sucboth phanei. Science at Notro Dame 1b beyond cumbed Tuesday evening to pneui a doubt in a scientific way one of monia at the homo of his sister, the most Interesting buildings In Mrs. Mary KIpin, 1923 Portland years this country. Every clime and coun- avenue. Ho was thirty-fiv- e try on the globe has. contributed old and was well known. The fuhoused here, neral was held Friday morning nuuntu to the collection nanus,im shop acknowledged to be ono of the most from St. Michael's church. complete in the world. Iburtti Awnue loulrvWr Wednesday morning the angelic YOUNG LADIES READY. soul of Mary Henrietta Welsh, the 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere baby girl of Patrick Tlin vmine lufllns nf SL Francis J. and Amda Welsh, 1905 Griffiths pf to Bardstown road, First Communion Books are Assist church, the entertainment avenue, was calledfor Join the heavprepared for tho bereaved enly hosts, and or their menus at me eucnre, ana parents there is felt the most sincere sympathy. The funeral was ROSARIES afternoon arid evening, when they held Thursday afternoon from St. will award many nannsome prizes Patrick's chureh, SCAPULAR MEDALS luncheon. and serve a bounteous frlands will Thov hnne all thalr Michael Daly, a retired molder, See oar new book. ''How te Get spend the evening with them. who was born In Ireland seventy years ago, died Wednesday afterMa.ried." ATHLBTIO CARNIVAL. noon at the home of his nephew, Kvery DevetioHal Article her. J. P. Halllnan, 2150 Portland aveThe Mackln Athletic Club will nue. His deatlBtallowed an Me trcHBla te akovr feeda. grip. eonduot as athletic carnival next of only Rogers Church Goods Co. Friday hnight at the elub house on The funeral Twenty-Birtstreet. The feature morning church great will be the wreetlln match sad was old . FOURTH AVE. 12 between Robert Kaleer, of Trinity friends and ac ' present motion pictures and vaudeville at tho Norman Theater on Tuesday, February 29. Tim Tillnnlo inniiranco branch of tho Ancient Order has paid widows and orphans of deceased momDers $224,000 and still has a Balance oi nearly $53,000. will Rnn TTVnnclsco Hibernians hold a parade on tho morning of St. Patrick's day which will conclude of nt Mnrv'n finthndral. where sol emn high mass will bo celebrated. Active work has been dono by Treasurer Marshal Theo. Buckle. Inside Sentinel James Radigan. Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. this there will be n, game, boxing contest, basketball callsthenlc exercises ana a mniDung exhibition by Charles Parsors. KYillnwlnir J. Thornton. Council, and Merlin Hogan, of Mac-H- n RECENT DEATHS. Home Phone Barony High Constable for Knock-toph- Cumb. Phone West up to tho passing of the local government act. County Court Judge Doyle, addressing the grand jury at Loughrea Quarter Sessions, where there was only one criminal case, said that fact INCORPORATED certainly reflected great credit on that part of the country. At a meeting of the Carlow Board of Guardians a resolution was passed Beers6 congratulating the Rev. Patrick to Gorry, the zealous and patriotic ad- Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent ministrator of Carlow, on his well r QRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. merited promotion to the pastorship of Tinryland. Tho death of Rev. Mother Bernard FRAOTt Maher, of tho Presentation Convent, JOHN B. Bagenalstown, caused much. sorrow among the community, of which she was a devoted member for over fifty years. She celebrated her golden jubilee last April. The Rev. P. Mannlon, son of P. Mannlon, Castierea, was ordained to the priesthood in tho Cathedral at SUgo by tho Most Rev. Dr. Coyne, 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 and said his first mass in St. PatHo will TELEPHONE 209 LOUISV3X.IiE3. KT, rick's church, Castierea. minister in Dumfries, A beautiful marblo and stone altar, the gift of Mrs. P. F. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case af has been ercted in St. Malachy'a church, Castlewollan, to perpetuate tho memory of her late husband, a brother of the late M. McCartan, formerly M. P. for South er WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled tt. Clay Street Brewery and WALTERS' Mc-Cart- FALL CITY BEER GERMAN BANK Down. h $fab two-year-o- ld Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager Tho Claremorrls Guardians and Dispensary Council adjourned their meeting as a tribute of respect to Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, the memory of their deceased col and If you have tried the rest get the BEST. league, tho lato P. Stephens, Mayo Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Abbey, with whose widow ana rela- PHONES tives they expressed their slncoro sympathy. Peter Donnelly, an oio man oi seventy years, a laborer, who was a familiar figure In tho County Meath, was found lying on the roadside at Hoathstown, in a dying condition. H was assisted to a houBo closo by, Eyi Investigate Our New Free where ho succumbed shortly afterH Delivery Service. ward. Tho Edenderry Guardians passed ADS IN THE TIMES, 8E3E OUR unanimously a resolution, protesting HERALD AND POST. against the imprisonment of Messrs. Fitzgerald and Alfred Desmond Monaghan for giving expression to views which they stated were held and expressed In England and ScotFuneral Directors land without penal consequences. iHiiiio and Embalmers. ELBOSSEfcSON NEW ALBANY. Capt. iohn J. Lyons, one of the Democratic leaders of Southern Indiana, is recovering from fe severe attack of rheumatism at his home, West Seventh and Main streets,. New Albany. was ill-ne- fromH attentiBny aHA&arith w tBjaesterday The Holy Trinity School Society ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 113 W. areAway, XoabrrUla, Xjr. entertained, by Mrs. Edward Conducted by the J. Hackett at her home Wednesday Ct&SBloai, SoieatiaoXaverlta Brothers. " aaa BjMtneM afternoon. After the business meet- Course. Preparatory Dprtm,t NORTON BUILDING ing the remainder of the afternoon iwlBualar Pool. Well Sitting was spent In sewing. Bre. Jamm, XHr, H.W. CHDtr Ftttrtk ml JcftotM TerM Fifth and Market Sts. sio :rc&ER avb&jjcctbb Tl9heae li2. HIT yoar toys as taaoattoa tbt will yrtpw. tbtm for Hi . FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Mttn. OjrB-ia- lm JSZEroOCJOKY IRISH ffraVrc'MPRiKiwffi'irr"' MXfclOAP. ii i !! ii " rrtfiA Every Pair 1 Must Go - " '. ' x' fniiMeutntmMMMMHHw Herman Straus sons m rouRTM AVCNUf wcatpofAreo MARKET STAECT ' o? jmPv-- nil JfJtm M at Fire Sale Prices THIS you can always buy shoes, but you can't al- ways buy "Boston Quality shoes at the prices we are maKing during this sale. if $&&a W. D EMEMBER AV BEFORE (REMODELING OUR These fire sale prices will last only a few days, as the contractors are even now pushing us for room. It will pay you well to do as many others are doing lay in a supply of bnoes NUW Rubbers too all at for the whole family. Every kind and style of Shoe low or high. prices that will amaze you. Women's Boots- Main Floor Misses' and Children'- s-- Mezzanine Floor This floor Is offering you some real bargains. The like of which you will not havo again oon. 1 Hvery conceivable model Is here In every leather. No matter what the former price, all of them Ko at fire sale prices. ikmK $2.45 to $ 3.95 Basement Here are a world of High and bargains all nt Low Shoes lire sale prices while they last. lilll ffjri M &l 7ml V& TO SfflSS I QUEEN ALEXANDRIA WITH THE WOUNDED. Photo shows Queen Alexandria on one of her visits to the wounded soldiers in the Milbank Military Hospital. $1.50 miiiivim iiihiimiH Inlaid Carpet; yard each small, all-over Linoleums $1.10 Velvet Carpet For Hall and Stairs 89c $125 A limited quantity and patterns of Velvet Hall and Stair pat- 95c To COmNG EVENTS. BISHOP LAWLEK. $1.95 r Boys ' . 1 Men's and Boys' Shoes Basement ayU i Main Floor Many Nottletons and tonlans In these lots. must go at fire sale prices. rZrr; Kijmjt' Ih If tk. all Shoes; styles and leathers at a price way below the regu- Iar sclllng prices. They must go at fire sale prices. High ify Cv 2.95' TO. February 16 St. Joseph's Sewing Society lotto party at St. Joseph's Orphanage, afternoon only. February 1G Euchre and lotto St. Francis of Assist church, in school hall. February 22 Marathon race under auspices of Mackin Council. February 29 Motion pictures and vaudeville at Norman Theater under auspices of Hibernian Social Club. February 29 Two days' St. for cntertalnmont James church, at school hall, Ecjen-sld- e avenue. March 1 Euchre and lotto of Ladles' Auxiliary at Hibernian Hall. March 1 and 2 Mackin Council euchre and lotto at club house, Twenty-sixt-h street. LINCOLN'S CATHOLIC 1.25 just been Announcement has made of the appointment of Right Rev. J. J. Lawler, Auxiliary Bishop of St. Paul, to tho vacant Bishopric of Lead, South Dakota, to succeed tho Right Rev. Joseph Busch, who was transferred to St. Cloud. Bishop Lawler was born In 1862 at completed his Rochester, Minn., classical studies at the seminary of St. Francis, Milwaukee and from there went to Belgium, where ho philosophy: was ordained studied at tho University of Louvain in 1885. In 1896 succeeded Very Rev. Dr. Hdffron, now Bishop of Winona, as pastor of the Cathedral, where he remained until 1910. Was consecrated Bishop, May 19, 1910, by Archbishop Ireland, and immediately assumed his duties as Bishop of St. Paul. Bishop Lawler was the second native of as MOTHER. Minnesota to . bo consecrated pre-Lont- en Wild's best quality Inlaid Linoleums; in parquet and tile patterns; laid on your floor free, except bathrooms; sale .$1.25 price, per yard. ....... terns to close; sale price, per 89c Grass Matting Rngs $4.35 60c Printed 39c Linoleums This lot contains about forty 9x12 Body Brussels Rugs-Reg- ular pieces of Printed Linoleums $31.50 values; remodfrom 4 to 15 feet lone, 6 feet eling sale, each $24.95 wide; in eood patterns; sale 9x12 Axrainster Rugs Reg39c pricePper square yard ular $22.50 values; this sale $18.95 Lace Curtains Half Price price is..- Odd Aux-Ilita- ry Bishop. ) 5s miI mil VMWMWBfff0 417-41- 9 FOURTH AVENUE. NUC.OiS (P SINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses im Louisville. Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. Presenting only the standard prodnctions, historic, dramatic and comic. rttf&&&$&$$&&$&&&&$ ITArrilA' WEDDED. Miss Elizabeth Chase and Nicholas Bohn were united In the holy bonds of matrimony Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock at tho Chapel of tho Sacred Heart Retreat, Newburg road. Tho happy union took place at a solemn nuptial mass at which Rev. Father Julius was tho celebrant, assisted by Rev. Father Raffo as deacon, Rev. Father Cletus as subdeacon, and Rov. Father Dennis as master of ceremonies. Miss Nellie Chase, a sister of the bride, was r, maid 'of honor, and George of Eminence, was best man. Messrs. Theodore FInck Martin and John M. Hennessy were ushers. The beautiful little chapel was crowded with friends of both parties to witness tho ceremony, while Von Weber's mass in O was beautifully rendered by a choir composed of tho bride's pupils. After tho Mr. and Mrs. Bohn left for a two weoks' trip through tho East, after which they will return and go to housekeeping In "Kalorama" on the Bardstown road. Born-auewedding Good Coffee a Morning Necessity Yiu'll find that MuIIoj'j Coffei is JUST what you want f 2 1.3 lbs. No iv Klond Coffee with Special Rebate Tiolcet, fiood for lOo ArA QOC in trade Tho Malloy man is in your neighborhood every week Phone ns and have him call. TWIN CITY DIRECTORS. The Twin City Baseball League have chosen the following Board of Directors for the coming season: H. Willenbrlnk, John J. Barry, John J. Lynn, Edward Caffrey, W. J. Ryan, Ben Voll, J. J. Schrecker, A, Zettel, Lee R. Yates, William Preuss, George Shumate, Frank Mc-- ( J rath, Frank Dugan, Jack Bellman, I: Dan Hennessy, J. B. Kelly, J. C. Klrchdorfer, Ben Sandmann, B. J. Campbell, Herman Woltrlng, Louis J. Kleffer, Frank Geher, T. W. Tarpy, E. E. Kirwan, S. C. Hub-huc- h, Thomas Dolan and Frank Dacher. Tho Twin City Directors heartily coincide with Capt. Frank Relchert's views In regard to the correct definition of what constihis is tho proper and logical view, and it Is hoped the local Baseball Federation will settle this much mooted question. GAME WAS FAST. JOHN M. MTJXJCO Y BOTH PHONES 1323-212 W. MARKET ST. 4 Central Coal and Iron Co. INCORPORATED. t 207 PAUL JONES BUILDING $t m m AL tutes an amatour, all agreolng that Sarah Bush Johnson. This woman was a Catholic and under her motherly tutllago tho young man developed tho sturdy virtues of that patience which hath a perfect work, Ills tireless industry and an abiding sense pf tho nearness of a loving God. It was at her home that the early missionary priests of Illinois were wont to celebrate the mass for the scattered flock of Christ there in tho wide prairies. Father J. M. r. St. Cyr used to tell of Abe's genial helpfulness In assisting him on such occasions. Somo hearers, when repeating tho father's narra tive, gavo out tho impression that Lincoln served at his mass. Others. who quote I think with finer accuracy, say that the future President merely assisted Father St. Cyr In getting things ready for tho congregation. On one occasion he used his carpenter's skill to make chairs or benches for tho accommodation of the neighbors who gathered for tho mass. Father Peter LoFebre, who was later Bishop of Detroit, was another of the missionaries whom Mrs. Lincoln entertained. He say that Abo received holv used to communion from his hands. He was most likely mistaken. There were many Lincolns in that vicinity thero are several families there yet. not a few of them Catholics and It was doubtless a cousin of Abe, of the samo name, whom Father LeFebre communicated. Let tho "Guardians," who are quoting fabricated letters of Lincoln to sup port ineir campaign learn the lesson that the guardian of Lincoln's boyhood days, the woman whom he loved as a mother and who loved him as ono of her own sons, tho woman who prepared for and entered most heartily Into tho celebrations of Lincoln's birthdays on February 12, nearly a century ago, was herself a daughter of tho old Mother Church. anu-uathol- lc On the occasion of the celebration HOLY LH7E ENDS. of the birthday of Abraham Lincoln, writes Rev. L. J. Kenny, S. J., Mother Mary E. Ephren, Superior the name aUthe head of this column ought not to be overlooked. t of the Sisters of Providence at the The life of that great American-Presiden- mother house at St. Mary's of tho was resplendent with Woods near Terro Haute, has been Christian virtues, and wo bellevo called to her eternal reward. Mothor years old and the woman in the home deserves Mary waB elghty-nln- o most credit for them. Tho mother had been engaged In tho work of In Abraham Lincoln's home, after the Sisters of Providence slnco girlhis tenth year, was a Catholic. hood. Before sho took tho veil sho Nancy true was Miss Margaret Glenn. She was Hanks, Lincoln's mother, died when he was nine a cousin of Mrs. Dan Walsh, Sr., years old. Sho had already in- and Mrs. Edward Leo, of New AlMother Mary established stilled into his mind tender lessons bany. in of honesty and truthfulness; but in Holy Trinity parochial school the boy's tenth year Abe's father New Albany many years ago, and married again an estimable widow, often has visited in that city, where Blankets in values from $1.00 to $6.50 per pair; this lot contains 50c Children's Crib BlanScrims, Voiles, kets; size 40x98; good quality; Marquisettes, Irish Points, 39c etc.; one enrtain of a lot only $1.10 value Cotton Bed Blanslightly soile'd. Sale just one-hakets; size 60x76; good quality; price. 75c sale price Not-tingham- pairs of Lace Curtains; An Opportunity to Buy s, sale-pric- lf Drapery Remnants 49c Wortk to $1.25 Ynrd Containing steadfast draperies; all colors and patterns; to $1.25 a yard; a good assortment; sale price, per yard only 4c $3.25 values. White, extra quality; size 66x80; this sale price $2.75 $2. 25 values Jacquard Robe Blanket; size 75x88; good qual- $ $1.48 ity; sale price X she was known among the older residents. Sho was tho only surviving former Mother Superior of the Sisterhood. RESOURCEFUL TOLICEMAN. t We DAN Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates HENNESSY" HOME PHONE CITY 3238 Police Capt. Michael Hogan tells the following on a patrolman in thn Fourth district. One night recently the patrolman referred to found a dead horso at the lower nnd nf DumesnII street, and on calling Central Police Station was told by his nuperior officer to mako a written report of his find. All went very well until our patrolman friend camo to tho spelling of DumesnII street, when he was stumped. But nnly for a minute. Ho dragged tho horso over ono squaro and triumphantly filled in the namo Oak street Instead of DumesnII. EDITOR J. EDW. A. AXMAN Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Hennessy & Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Slreet SmNNIOK BETTER. called from his studies at tho State University to tako charge of tho Record during his father's Illness. Mr. SMnnlck's Louisville friends will bo pleased to learn that an im- 3&$Q&&$&$$&$ provement is reported in his ST. PETER'S. Ed D. Shlnnlck, of the Shelby Record and one of tho most widely known editors in Kentucky, has been seriously ill of bronchial pneumonia at his homo near Sholbyville. His son, William Shinnlck, was ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you canadd $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. Sixty-one-year-old German Insurance BanK Second and Market Under the Big Clock Slate Government Supervision. The St. Vincent do Paul Society of St. Peter's parish are arranging for a big public meeting in St. Peter's Hall. Seventeenth and Gar land, on Sunday night, February 20. Hon. Merit O'Neal has accepted tho Imitation to be tho principal speaiter, ana Henry Eiiert, President of the conference, is nranglng a programme suitable for tho SHOULD BE THRDLTjER. REDUCED! PRICES ri3ji,iv:E&:re'y a house of Long Standing and Financially Responsible. ( experienced employes are required to maintain the rigid reA number of quirements of this concern. Tne reason for our offering tnls proposition Is to keep these Trained Employes In Steady Employment during the dull season. You, our patron, must bo satisfied, and no expense Is too great, or details too small to prove to you our superiority of workmanship. "Wo give a discount of 25 In United States Postage Stamps, or Cash, on all vtork dona by us until March 4, 1916. Gentlemen's Suits cleaned and pressed Regular Price S1.00.. Our Net Price 75o Coat Suits Segalar Price 91.00. .Our Hot Price 7So GOo. .Our Net Price 374 Ladles' Plain Skirts Regular Price Xiaales' Plaited Skirts Regular Price 75o.. Our Net Price 5Bo 31.00.. Onr Net Price 75o Overcoats and Raincoats Regular Price SOo to $1.50 PURS From Our cleaning Is positively the best in the city, and backed up by auto HERE'S TO STENGEL. will movo game between The basketball "Western Parkway tho latter part of. this Mackin and Trinity Council basketmonth and is preparing to entertain ball teams tonight should bo a Into his new homo Render, Jellico, Smokeless, Anthracite fj Frederick 0. Stengel ladiei' Plain on OLDBARBEE The Best Straight Whisky On Earth INCORPORATED JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. Sole Owners Registered Dint. Mo. 32 Main Office and Salesroom, x 726-73- 0 West M et Y Before the largest crowd of the season the Mackin Council basketball team defeated the St. Joseph College quintet, of Bardstown, on Friday night of last week on tho lattor's floor by the scoro of 42 to 17. Tho Mackin boys played a very fast game and their team work featured. Both Schott and Michot mado somo very difficult baskets, and Capt. Rlhn worked tho ilrlbble to auvantago more than once. Several times he brought the ball from ono end of the floor to tho other by use of the dribble, and played an exceptionally good game. Boone and Barber played best for tho college boys. with an old fashioned house warm He has secured the services of John Ackorman and John Sohuler. of the Central Consumers' Company, nd given them cart blanche in arranging- tho reception. Representative George Barrett will act aa It will certainly bo a gala night for tho friends of this popular howler and all around sportsman. ing. toast-maste- r. havo an oven money proposition from a betting standpoint, tho bettor to tako his choice Last Sundav thn Trinity team played rings around the Bertrand club and Mackin camn to the foro with a victory over tho strong Y. M. H. A. Tho game tonight will bo In the Trinity LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY. Now Albany Council, Knights of Columbus, observed Lincoln's birth- thriller of tho first water. Both been defeating tho teams of tho Falls CHtes and It is ton-notc- h Puis Cleaning and Dyeing' Co. INCORPORATED. Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. EDIFYING SIGHT The Forty Hours' devotion closed nt St. Louis Bertrand's church Tuesday evening with a procession composed principally of tho men of the Holy Name Society, with nearly 300 in lino, presenting an edifying olght. Tho clergy in tho procession wero Vory Rev. Father Crowley, Very Rov. Father Christmas, Father Vallely, Father Cahlll, Father Baxter, Father Lyons, Father Kealty and Father Clark. day with a public meeting at Maennerchor Hall Friday night, when J. Madison Walsh, an attorney of Washington, Ind., was tho speaker. An entertaining musical programme was presented. The committee in charge consisted of William C. BIr. Chairman; Edward Henry Scharf, musical director: Eckert, Lee Gohmann, Merlin Cor coran, Frank Wolford and FranR BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA 117 U THEm NEXT PARTT, BHPHHH DR. 713-71- J. T. CHAWK : nvH Veterinary Infirmary. 5 south-seventhTriMfcMH-C- w., S. m. Mm, 4t CHr street 2391. The next of tho euchre and lotto parties by the ladles of St. Patrick's parish will bo given Monday night In tho nqw school hall. Sixteenth and Market. Theso entertainments are given for the benefit of the building fund and RE1TJRNS TO COLLEGE. Morgan. have proven very enjoyable. Host esses for the evening will be Misses William, BY fho was called vrrnouT bishops. Elizabeth McLaughlin, Margaret home bee; sudden death There are two dioceses that uooKe ana Annie uurran, and Mes- - ot ma m 'turned to St. remain vacant. In this country 'yet Los dames Mary Abramg, Joseph Wahl Melnrad't Is studying: for Angeles and Omaha. and M. B. Daniels. .the pries semi-monthlv TCWV W IJ Iv31L 1 M !T IS ALWAYS PURE. fi McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky.