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Kentucky Msh American NO. 8. assisted, 1,279: persons in families, 4,941; visits by members, 13,978; situations procured, 513; receipts, $23,006.11; expenditures, BREAKERS SMOKE El Nomo 10c WilKoe 5c Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19 1916. among themselves a very common trait of radicals how can they at all hope at any day to carry along smoothly their promising commonwealth They have not yet learned tho lesson of which begins In nor will their philosophy ever teach it to them. Their bright dreams are doomed to failure; their plans will never come to pass; for these dreams and plans have been bullded on an j uncertain foundation. The "Broth- jerhood of Man" can never bo real ized through their propaganda. C. B. of C. V. self-contr- FRICE FIVE CENTS. WASHINGTON LEGISLATURE Idling Valuable Time With tho Hypocritical Prohibition Measures. the True Voice, and from its tenor we can only conclude that the extremists are promoting tho gatherWo expect that tho Fanatical Preachers and PolitiThe One With Whom American ing. denounce Redmond convention and tho will cal Schemers Dictating Indcpendnnco Had Its In Ireland, deNationalist leaders clare again for tho absolute indeVotes of Dupes. Nativitj . PEACE OXM WITH HONOR. pendence of Ireland ahd then adnot conceive what journ. We can Peace at any prico advocates were good such a gathering can do at criticized and national preparedness easy to see this time, while it is was termed a religious as well as a The Dry Representatives in LegHo Led Tills Great Nation to tho possibilities of creating further patriotic duty by Archbishop John and deeper divisions in tho ranks islature Mediocre Set of Security, Prosperity and Ireland at the Cathedral at St. Paul of Irish sympathizers In America. Law Makers. on Saturday in an eloquent funeral Peace. That will bo deplorable. Wo do. not oration over tho body of Col. Joslah claim to have complete information R. King, said by Minnesota historians concerning conditions in Ireland at to bo tho first man to answer tho acthe present time. Conflicting call of President Lincoln for 75,000 HALT AND PALMER COMBINATION counts reach us, and we allow for STOOD FOR RELIGIOUS PRINCIPLE volunteers In 1861 to put down the exaggerations on both sides. But civil war. After eulogizing Col. we do not believe that any policy King and Abraham Lincoln, and desettled upon in a convention in an crying those say war Is never to American city can be better than The daily farce is still being Next Tuesday the people of this that which Irishmen choose for bo countenanced, the vencrablo Arch- played at Frankfort, especially in country wlfl celebrate the birthday themselves. Wo believe they know bishop said: CANADIAN FIFTY- SEVENTH REGIMENT. the lower houso of tho General As"My prayer is that our country sembly, where the much of one with whon American inde- tho sltuaton better than we can posmooted sibly advise them fiom this side of The photo shows this regiment In winter uniform pass! ng the barracks on march to the drill grounds. may have social and commercial question of prohibition bobs up pendence virtualy had its nativity, the Atlantic. For that reason we peace, that we may havo the pros- dally In one form or another, serv for In him and through him came do hot bellovo that tho present is perity to make us great in all things ing to block tho wheels of legisla,T3NTS. tho prelude of tho paeans of victory an opportune time for a race conCOMING good, and may havo a quick response tion, which means much to the taxwhich later Cornwallls heard with vention in New Yoik or any other to patriotic duty. Wo hear much of payers who aro footing tho bills. dismay. Oratory has given praiso to city. We are satisfied that It can February 22 Marathon race unpeace at any sacrifice. Peace with A day's visit during the present tho "Father of his country" in do no good, and it may do much der auspices of Mackin Council. honor, yes. Peace to tho glory of session leaves one with the wish neither unstinted nor fulsomo terms. harm. We nave ourselves been n Candy euchre and 22 February our country, yes. But if it means that every voter in Kentucky could magnificently declares: Webs,ter lotto for benefit ofi school, in St. inclined to doubt the wisdom of that we aro to be tho prey of inter- at least witness ono day's proceedfurnished to tho world Redmond's policy since tho outbreak "America has Cecilia's Hall, 2521 St. Cecilia ambition; if it means that ings of tho General Assembly and Their Dreams Fail to Material- national to do tho bidding the character of Washington. And of tho war. Wo do not rellBh tho Slake Futile Attempt to Influ- street. j wo aro of every a view of tho Capitol corridors and had idea of Irishmen fighting England's if our American institutions February 25 Euchre and lotto, ize When Time For Action ence Members of General If this other nation on earth, and that our Frankfort's hotel lobbies. done nothing elso that alono would battles in Flanders, tho Balkans and benefit of St. Louis Bertrand's flag must dip in disgrace, then we were possible tho voters would rlso Assembly. Gomes. have entitled them to the respect of Gallipoll. But wo believe they are church, in Bertrand Hall, afternoon must not havo peace. No nation can en masse and crush forever ' tho mankind." History says of him doing as they think best, and wo and evening. rewho aro hypocritical crowd bo weak today in preparedness and sponsible are willing to trust to' tho result to what Hamlet voiced of another: February 29 Motjlon pictures and for tho present situation. strong tomorrow in efficiency." justify their action. Wo are sure "Remember thee! To begin with, you will observe tho vaudeville Theater under Champions that their cause will not bo helped Issues Frenzied Appeal in Aid of auspices of at Norman Social Club. of the Yea from the table of my memory leaders of the dry movement in tho Hibernian WILLING WORKERS. I'll wipe away all trivial fond rec- by the adoption of radical resolu gallery and about tho corridors February 29 Two days' Commonwealth Have Failed Stone's Infamous Convent tions by their friends In this coun ords." while in session, for tho most part St. entertainment for try Homo rule for Ireland implies Tho Willing Workers, an organi- being composed of fanatical lookto Bill. Poetry glows with "all the wild James church, at school hall, Eden-sld- o home and not in zation of leading ladies of St. ing preachers who are reaping a that Irishmen freshness of morning," when his America mustatdecide what is avenue. Elizabeth's congregation, who have golden harvest with their best name is pronounced, and so Dyron for themselves. And wo aro willing March 1 Euchro and lotto of done much for charity and the campaign, knowing that sings: poor, to grant them their friends homo Washington's a watchword rule. Others that measure ofbelieve Unknown Dark; Lantern Patriot Ladles' Auxiliary 2at Hibernian Hall. Schenectady Is a Classical Kv- - with awill entertain lotto party on aside from their present vocation "While euchre and apparently March 1 and Mackin Council they wouldn't bo ablo to command such as ne'er ample or Division That March 7, afternoon and evening. It more than a bare livelihood in some that every Irish question should be Places Gutter Journal On euchro and lotto at club house, Shall sink, while there's an echo left settled for Ireland by convention in ' will take place in the church base- obscuro country parsonage Twenty-sixt- h street. Tho Follows Success. Members' Desks. in air." ment on East Burnett avenuo, and next noticeable feature ia their We think that is a misAmerica. It is tho fashion to contrast Lin- taken view that may lead eventually for all who take part thoro will dupps on tho floor, who havo been coln and Washington. 'We believe, to great danger if not harm to be a really pleasant time The elected from a district dry in namo RECENT DEATHS. however, that such a course of ac- the cause of home rule. first prize will be a gold piece. only, but where innumerable blind Circumstances tion wrongs both. ' Pneumonia caused the death of PLANS DOOMED TO FAILURE PATRIOTS' HOPES ARE BLASTED tigers flourish. These men como to In their lives and both molded differ August Lanahan, the young son of but ono the Legislature with being shaped environment Instead of IWOMMMMBRMMnHmmMMaMMI R. S. Lanahan, 2227 Bank street, thought uppermost In their mind, ! by it. The men were different, for who leaves besides his parents three and that is to vote dry on every their times differed, their triumphs Success, complete success, is not measure, their thoughts morning, Attention wa'S'callcd to the fact sisters. The funeral was held Sunand uhconquorlng defeats differed, day uftcrnoon from St. Cecilia's always the best that can bo desired night and noon being on the liquor in these columns recently that E. church. their opportunities differed, their question, and havo neither tho timo j for mortal things. Theories and men D. Stone, a Republican member of cares differed, their duties differed or inclination to oven consider or tho prebent Kentucky Legislature all differed, save their claims to our With regret well announce tho alike often miserably go to pieces discuss measures of interest to tho Washington's iWhenn momentary KronUof-ppw-er unlimited devotion. jjeoplepf JthjLjyholo stato. ito.wjtysejslpjgtdjnroducgdthq, work" wouId"Tiave perished" had rrtft in a visit to Frankfort tho other intamous convent iubpcchuh ui"i known resident of tho West End. He anu ravor comes their way. Tne day a Kentucky Irish American rep Lincoln been born to maintain it, and pet measure of tho Menace and was tho son of tho late Patrick and most beautiful dreams, built up in tho resentative was struck with tho gen time of Mary Lincoln would not have been great fall to tho Guardians of Liberty, and which of St. McCue and a lifelong member materializeunrcsponsiblllty, eral weak appearanco of the dry when tho opportunity for had not his illustrious antecedent Patrick's church, from where e has been Introduced in every advocates In the lower house, whero given him a noble work to perpetuthe funeral was held Thursday action comes. With tho Socialists tho liquor question is being agitated JP4SK State body for the last two morning. His homo was at 1835 this grim fact has quite frequently V ate. Both corresponded to their high success, Arkan- Lytic street, and dally. Not satisfied with voting years with but little been demonstrated. destinies. No palm has to be disThere is io for tho bereaved against the liberal men, whom they sas being tho only Stato to adopt family there Is felt sincere sym- dream of more persistency nnd vigor puted, for there are immortal chap-let- s style as "wets," they have now beIt, and the residents of that Stato pathy. in tho wholo Socialist Idyll than the two. Both "were giants for the gun to quarrel among themselves aro still blushing for shame at tho vision and thought of the "brotherIn their days tho one built a as to whom is tho most rabid in actions of tho bigoted yaps who mighty temple to liberty; tho other Miss Isabello Billharz, daughter hood of man," a dream based on a II his advocacy On Tuesday of prohibition, tho comprised that body. true Idea, mismust be said, held it from collapse and ruin. of Mrs. Rachel fight on tho floor last week being ll of this week some one of tho dark Sixth street, wasBillharz, 835 South understood itand distorted but To know tho value of Washington's by the called into eternal between two of the dry men, tho lantern patriots placed a copy of rest Tuesday afternoon, her death school of Marx. "Comrade" each one labors, wo would have to know the outcome of which has deadlocked tho Menace on each desk of 'both length of all time, for to its end causing deep sorrow among her calls tho other In their friendly and tho Legislature and is bringing in the Senato and Houso members, and their exlstenco will bo felt as forcedally from different resolutions following tho usual custom of his many friends. Her funeral was held official gatherings and meetings, and salutary powers. Washingful and cliques of Baptist preachers backor her tribe did it by stealth, leav- yesterday morning from St. Louis fraternal love and fellowship beam afton was father, counselor and ing ono or tho other. Hardly a day ing no cluO behind as to who was Bertrand's, with solemn mass of from eevry face until success comes passes without ono of the dupes on fectionate friend to America. Aa a acting as Kentucky agent for tho requiem for tho repose of her soul. along and blasts It all. Often of course tho comrades do father ho begot her greatness; as a the floor asking a question of perBesides her mother she leaves one Aurora mud guttor journal. the certain sonal privilege to tell why he Is a not even wait for success to Injure counsellor he mapped To tho great credit of a majority sister and three brothers. staunch advocate of piohibitlon, and course of her perpetuity; as a friend this fine fiction, but straightway at tho paper was of tho members wants a special record of his voto MRS. W K. VANDERBILT. he showed unselfish consideration thrown into tho waste baskot as John J. Feeney, beloved husband tho first misunderstanding they set to show tho folks "back QUEEN SOPHIE OF GREECE. soon as noticed, and only a few of Gertrude Feeney, succumbed to peltrng each other with bitterest that sought not its own ease nor This member of the well known mado hum." This same legislator in llfo and profit, but his country's Tho Queen was recent y in Berlin, ever discovered that the distribu- Tuesday eovning at Sts. Mary and attacks. In his book on "Drift and Vanderbilt family recently opened most cases is not intelligent enough weal. Wonderful Is the knowledge at the time the Kaiser, er brother, tion of tho sheet was intended to Elizabeth Hospital. Tho deceased Mastery" our young radical writer, her houso for a wnr benefit. to draft a bill and In all probability into supporting was twenty-si- x them influence of conditions Washington displayed was ill. years old and re- Walter Lippmann, who knows them was sent to tho Legislature In pref following sided at 732 West Oak street. A well, has pointed out this fact. But Stone's convent bill, tho in his farewell address. Had AmerLINKED TOGETHER. erence to somo intelligent man, too being extracts from different sec- legion of friends and relatives mourn with success there Is almost sure to CURIOUSLY ica heeded his prophetic warnings SISTERS. independent to bow to tho wishes tions of the Menace spasms: she would not have made some sorry CHOOSES DOMINICAN sympathy como division. And Schenectady, death and extend The new Aichblshop of Chicago, of tho fanatics who controlled tho "According to the Kentucky his tho- bereaved wife. their mistakes. Speaking of education: George Tho funeral Now York, Is a classical example of the Most to William church and hypocrlto vote in his Rev. Davis, daughter "Whatever," said this wise seer, of Miss Florence A.Davis, widow of trlsh American, a Roman sheet pub- was held yesterday morning from that phenomenon. Mundeleln, is the second prelnte district. Tho church voto in Mrs. Margaret lished in Louisville, Ky., of date St. Louis Bertrand's church. conceded to the influence "may be When a few years ago George R. whom New York lias sent to govern of tho cases is the Baptist L. Davis, of Liberty street, January 29, tho Stato Legislature of refined education on minds of a Thomas Lunn, wns chose'n as the tho gieat Western see, and both church vole, which dominates Salem, Mass., Sunday night for has been disgraced by the Introducin left expeculiar structure, reason and Paul McRoberts, aged twenty-thre- Mayor of that place on tho ticket theso pi elates aio linked together Kontucky, and according to tho route to Louisville, to Boston, expect enter as en novlate in St. Catherine's tion of an Inspection bill. The The first Baptist organ was going to namo perience both forbid us to succumbed early Monday of the Socialists, trouble was pre- by a cuilous incident. a bill Is and sponsor for that national morality can prevail Dominican convent near Louisville, author Edwa'rd D. Stone, tho farmer morning to tuberculosis at his cipitated over the appointment of Bishop was the Right Rev. William a Baptist Sunday-schoSuperina Hon. in exclusion of religious principle." this making the fifth of the Davis and lawyer, represe1 ting Crittenden home, 1925 Lytlo street. Until certain officials by the Mayor who Quarter, who was pastor of old St. tendent as the nominee for Govstricken he was a grocery clerk and were not members of tho party and Mary's chuich in Grand street, New ernor on a dry platform. Scotch What Lacordaire said in his pralsa children who have consecrated their and Livingston counties. of Arch- the fanatical preachers who aro in York, an of O'Connell is true of Washington: service to religious duty of tho "Rome's Institutions will not bear was wen lined oy was wno Know who were not endorsed by the So- bishop when at the instance Hughes he was chosen for the pay of the n conducted cialist local for the place. Tho fight "Liberty is a work of virture, a holy Catholic church. Benedict Davis is the sunlight of truth and publicity. him. His funeral Leaguo work, and consequently an intellec- an ordained priest, Clifford J. Da For that reason and other reasons from St. Cecilia's church Tuesday which was thus begun went merrily tho new see of Chicago. It was by and you will kill a political machine Father Quaiter's permission that, in which Is thriving on hypocrisy and tual work." As a consequence Wash vis is fitting himself for tho priest- which the Menace has brought to morning. He is survived by his on iong after Lunn's defeat for B. election. Nor was it halted until a Apiil, 1835, under the leadership of fanaticism. Mr. and Mrs. James ington's life was pure, his labors hood in the Dominican convent at your attention frequently, the most pioneer German pastor About tho lobby of the Capitol gracious, his Intellect clear in solu- Washington. Miss Mabel Davis is in diabolical institution which Rome lucuouerin; a urouier, .mini r. juc compromise declaration wns agreed the famous Brooklyn and Boston1 York, tions of Cabinet and field questions. a convent at Charlestown, and Miss maintains, the House of the Good Roberts, and a sister, Miss Eliza upon in regard to tho responsibility of Now John Stephen Haffeiner, tuo Hotel tho same old scono Is every day. You'll find Porcv Father of the elected official to his party German Catholics of New York met Haly With tho good common sense of Lottie Davis, whose death occurred Shepherd, is kept closed; bars are beth McRoberts. buttonholing and hobknobbing Marcus Aurellus, with the quiet recently, was stationed in a clois- placed upon tho windows and high local. Nor was it halted then. For in the basement of St. Mary's Funeral services over the remains with tho dry legislators one J. Miss Florence walls encircle them to keep law and loftiness of the elder Brutus, with ter at Newark, N. recently, won honorablo Mayor church on Second street. Archbishop hnd tho next they aro found minuto of Miss Mary Hcffernan, whose scarcely has our a first love outside. in con onergy of a Julius Caesar and Davis, who only Lunn, the Tho ference with Dr. Palmer, tho anti- pneumonia, again running for third time, been Mundeleln's natlvo parish. from in a "Tho inmates of these places aro death resulted tho decision of a Napoleon, Washing- prize of thelocal beauty contest, was successful, which took placo progress of the church in Chicago saloon leader, who halls from Michiwere held Monday mornlrfg from most popular girls In slaves slavey to a hungry despot-Iston ascended his car of triumph ono Miss Heffor-na-n last year, than tho debate waxes Is thus related in this interesting gan, but who can always bo found that masquerades under a cross St. Cecilia's church. years old and warm again. that will ever musically rumble Salem. way with two parishes on tho East mixeu up in Kentucky politics. Beand pretended piety while It wrings was was twenty-fiv- e Tho newly choson Mayor ap- Side of New York. Old St. Mary's tween Haly and Palmer the dupes adown the sweeping avenue of Time. a young woman of many virTRINITY VS. MACKIN. profit from tho vory souls of innoFrom his station, higher than Emtues. This is tho second recent pointed men to tho positions of Com- was ono of the strongest IrUh par- are passed back and forth until cents. perors', comes no forbidding cry of missioner and St. Nicholas's, in tho family, her Tonight the. Mackin Council bas"More thnn six thousand girls death In Heffernan, passing father, tendent of of Charities and Superin- ishesfirst this' city, for German Cath- they become dependent on theso two away "woo to the conquered!" He con- ketball teams will play tho Trinity and women are in Houses of the Michael to even think for them. Palmer is Water and Track In- tho church ducted no ruthless war of extermina- teams at Mackin's club house on Good Shepherd In tho United States less than a month ago. She leaves spector who were objectionable to olics, was equally representative of assisted by several slook looking innot a butcher's Twenty-sixt- h colony. now dividuals who poso as representaBoth tion, for he wielded street, and as Mackin alone, to say nothing of tho thou- her mother, Mrs. Hannah Heffer- tho Socialist local of Schenectady. the German axe, but a knlfo of sacrifice.' With walloped Trinity last Saturday night sands confined In cloistered 413 North Twenty-eight- h Two of them were not members of form tho heart of the great Jewish tives of children's societies, orand nan, battles, on their own floor tho boys from tho " street; four brothers, John, Michael, tho party. Mayor Lunn declared section of tho East Sldo. When phan's homes, etc., but your first piety ho Invoked the God of convents of other glory East End are out for revenge, kinds. Chicago, in impression is that you would hate Quaitcr and In humility ho fled from Shall we permit such an Patrick and Jeremiah Heffernan, that theso appointments were made Bishop 1844, he reached only two to found and two sisters, Mrs. James Duddy in the interest of efficiency, ho not May, trust your child or children in to Mt. Vernon's gentle shades. Ho claiming that their forward, Gates, Infamous system of slavery to and Miss Margaret Heffernan. This latter class being able to find any Schenectady priests and one church (St. Mary's) their custody. led his nation to security, peace and who was out of the game last week, In freo America? In the straggling hamlet that had draw fat salaries as piotectors (?) prosperity before he returned to its will be back in tho game, adding Socialist ablo to fill either of the two grown up "Kentucky patriots, you have an d about Fort Dearborn. Now of tho children, but can be found Friends and relatives were deeply first named places. How far this is considerable strength to their line- opportunity now to demand that scabbard his brave and up. As great rivalry has always your Legislature pass this bill and grieved when they learned of tho true can not bo known from long there are 32G churches and a Cath- dally In Frankfort lobbying with sword. tho drys and probably picking up Blanche range. Suffice It to say, that the lo- olic population of 1,250,000. existed between tho two councils of write upon the statuto books a law death of Miss Katherino sparo chango of the VINOENTIANS. the Y. M. I. in this city in connec- that will freo the slaves from Rom- Gordon early Wednesday morning at cal is not at all appeased, doclares Leaguers. As for Haly, it is a sad UNUSUAL INCIDENT. tion with athletics, a large crowd ish cruelty and Open wide the doors her homo, 1119 South Sixth street. "efficiency" a false cry, and has fur commentary that ho has to dopend One of tho Interesting features will be on hand to root', and Man of every institution that may hldo Miss Gordon was a young woman of ther drawn the State Executlvo ComA rather unusual incident took upon the prohibition issuo to even most, excellent character and held mittee of tho party into the dispute. of the recent inauguration of tho ager Barry has arranged for a an innocent and enslave youth." placo recently In tho First Congre- cut a flguro on tho scene where in Superior Council of the St. Vincent dance, after tho games. O'Hara, of respite me frenzied appeal of in high esteem by her wide circle of And now, in the columns of the uecKnanrs palmy days ho posed as The this Missouri disturber, the Stono acquaintances. She is survived by New York Call, Executive Committee gational chapel, in the city of a do Paul Society at Washington was New Albany, will referee. dictator. Alas, poor Yorick, wel of the big teams follows: bill was reported adversely by tho her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard and Lunn aro paying compliments to Flushing, N. Y when W. Bourke the presentation of an exhibit of line-u- p j Mackin Mlchot, Shcott, Cavan-aug- committee to whom it was referred Gordon; two sisters. Misses Cecilia each other. Tho Executive Commit Cochran spoko on "Why I Am a nuuw mm wen, tho organization, membership and Tho visitor from Jefferson countJ Hogan, Moisner or Rlhn. and members Bay that tho comment and. Lillian Gordon, and a brother, tee charges Lunn with having broken Roman Catholic." This is tho third work of tho society in tho United Trinity Gates, Donnelly, Ropke, against It was so strong that it is W. B. Gordon. Tho funeral took faith, with Inconsistency and many of a scries in progress at that witn possibly ono excentinn mii States. Tho labor entailed in the church during the winter on "Pres- well feel proud of thoi LouIsvUll believed that in tho event It came place Friday morning from St. Louis other uncoraradely preparation of these statistics called Clophas, Kaiser. things. The ent Day Creeds." It is believed ueiegauon, senators Knight, HuffJ up for a vote Stone, the author, Bertrand's church, of which Miss for considerable aid and reply declares the commit- that this is unique in tho history of ker and Robertson belne IasHa ; on the part of the various diBENEFIT FOR SCHOOL. would havo been ashamed to record Gordon was a most devout member. Mayor inloBt its temper, that it has Protestantism in this country. A their body, while the clean cut ami tee has The followhis vote in its favor. In closing it visions of the society. done him great harm by distributing Roman Catholic layman speaking intelligent appearance of this dlsi The ladies of St. Cecilia's conere Us pleasing to add that several mem- ing statistics for the Province of FORTY HOURS PRAYER. throughout tho country statements under the auspices of a Protestant triers delegation in the lowc Cincinnati, comprising the States of gatlon have made extensive prepara oers nave set on toot an investigaThe Forty Hours' devotions will that aro not true, that It wishes to church. In response to the Invitation nouse is especially striking and Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee tions tor a candy pulling, cake sale tion concerning the identity of the and Lower Michigan, will no doubt and euchre and lotto party, to be sneak who littered the desk with next take place here in St. Cecilia's deny to a municipality real democ- of its ministers, and speaking on u uteuii io me democratic jiarl Catholic faith. The ur. .ujwis Kyans, the lono Rl prove of Interest here: Particular held in St. Cecilia's Hall. 2521 St. the Auora journal, and they my if church, beginning with hlfch mass racy And so no doubt it shall run matters of thoopen meeting was to all. The can representative from thli1 CotmelU, 3; aggiegated conferences, Cecilia street, next Tuesday. They discovered his fate will be a repeti- tomorrow morning and cejicludtrig on for many a weary day, tnct, is This Is indeed a sorry sight. If hymns used were thoso by Catholic eryone so well thought of 75; unaggregated conferences, 28; win endeavor to make this a big tion of the one meted out to a like on Tuesday. Fathers CrftXey and active members, 1,917; honorary affair and hope to realise a nice bum patriot two years ago, who was Fallon will direct the solemn serv within the confines of a small com- writers, and the service was such uoesn expresses the plto t come over ail members, 1,084; subscribers, 19; sum, as it is giveja for the benefit thrown out of the building for the ices and priests from other churches munity the Socialists must turn on as gave no offense to representatives unanimous. same offense. conferences reporting, 66; families of the parochial school. the least provocation to warring of any creed. will assist. Birthday of tho Father of Our Wo have read tho call for tho Country Occurs Next Iiish race convention in New York next month, says Father Gannon in Tuesday. THREATEN. 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Aldressall Ceamnaliatloas to tb KENTUCKY IMSH AMERICAN, JIJ.2I daughter are home from a visit to Western , Kentucky. Miss Annie Casey is ill at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital with an attack of tonsllltis. Miss Clara Mao Wirt visited In Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Dolan' and Half Thousand New Spring Suits For Women and Misses Most Original and Distinctive Innovations For 1916. In this assemblage of Spring Suits we exhibit the highest achievements of masterful workmanship and artistic style interpretations. You will find the picked fashions of the world's best creations in Beautiful Suits embracing all the charm of novelty, individuality and exclusiveness. ofro apes (jy) couNcjtr) LOUISVILLE, KY TEST. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1916. Columbus, Ind., Inst week, tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holland. THAT LITERACY this the most successful of its kind ever given for this purpose. The decorating and painting of the church interior is now nearing comCut Flowers for all occasions. pletion and It is that Late News That Will Interest Dominican church predictedone of tho Special attention given will bo the Members Here and Elsemost attractlvo in tho South. These orders. euchres and lottos have been tho where. means of defraying the Improve- NEW NANZ NEUNER CO. ment expenses and the members of J INCORPORATED. V Miss Mattie B. Scott, of Sixth the parish have worked with a will Nearly 100 members received tho street, entertained with a theater second and third degrees last Sun- to mnke every one of them a finan- 057 Fonrth Ave.. Loaisvillc. Ky. at Macauley s Thursday in cial success. P"1' of her v sltor. Miss Agnes day week at Toledo. Iinnnr Maglenchey, of Boston, those presTho Omaha K. of C. choir will ATHLETIC CHJIJ ELECTION. be heard in the ent being Miss Loretta Tlghe, Mrs. different local Agnes .Miss Streicher, churches during Lent. E. I. The building of tho Columbia Maglenchey and Miss Mattio B. CATHOLIC DEMANDS. Eight hundred turned out to wit- Athletic Club on East St. Catherine Scott. ness tho Initiation of sixty candi- street was the scene of a large gathering and much activity on Friday In a recent address Archbishop dates at Fort Dodge, Iowa. marriage of Miss Mary B. The Ireland used the following striking Last Sunday there was a splendid night of last week. This was due 100G East Breckinridge to the annual Emrlch.'of Initiation at Portland, Ore., a large of a Board of reports and olectlon words in reference to Catholic destreet, and George It. Wood, of 2524 Directors, from whom HERRMANN class receiving the three degrees. BROS. was solemnized mands: "Catholics know the laws tho officers for Frankfort avenue, A large class received tho fourth The chair was 1916 will bo chosen. nuptial IMPORTERS nt Holy Trinity church with occupied by Presiand institutions of America; they degreo on Sunday nt Aberdeen, tho dent Den Beckmann, ninm Tnosiinv mnrnlnir. Rev. Father. who anare sworn to uphold them; in the first exemplification In South Da- nounced that it had been decided FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Berreshelm performing the core kota. deepest fibre of their hearts they are to postpone tho theatrical Rnth bride and groom are mnnv enter- Distillers and Wholesale DealTho entertainment given by tho lainment until early in tho EnBt faithful to them. Under those laws well known throughout POPUU It INTERPRETATION. ers in Finest Barnds of KenKnights of Wichita for St. An- son. Complete reports tho fall sea showing the nnd. unon leaving the church Rml and Institutions Catholics make these tucky Whiskies, especially. thony's school was a splendid suc- workings and condition of the There has been a disposition on were showered with congratulations demands: Rights to all, privileges cess. Columbia Athletic Club wero sub by B. D. Brumlnvn. to none. What comes to all as the tho part of two of tho dally papers Minneapolis Knights will cele mitted Tho TELLS M'COHMICK STOHV. urate Washington's birthday with a' year nas been tho most successful BOTTLED IN BOND. inalienable heritage of American to misrepresent the meeting of the banquet and ball at tho Radlssou the club has yet had. and whon the Telepftene I943. 234 S. SIXTH STREET One of John McCormlck's many citizenship they exact as theirs; National Amateur Baseball Associastatement was made that tho assets Hotel. tion last Saturday, and Intimate fxlend, what belongs not to all, they scorn writers contended that although the admirers and an writes in an exceeded the liabilities hv nnurlv Tho nniinnltn nf Wvmr.ro r..l judge, tho seceding FOR WOMAN'S EYE. to liavo as their peculiar possession. body wanted fair play thoy failed to wo would Beatrice, Neb., had a joint initiation 7'0?0 t,lere was unbounded en- that, although the peerless TRINITY COUNCIL. last Sunday that strengthened tho .T This their determination as men and state that tho classification of play- Irish tenor is a devout Catholic, ho Vaen U1 l"ers counted The kimono sleevo will not subi1?0 ballots the following wero de- Owing to the fact that thero was membership. as citizens Are efforts made to ers as recommended by President has never exploited his religion in the side. fD Many councils are memorializing SorVel Peter 'lA11, Townes Is tho popular Interpretation interests of the box office. Then he no meeting held on February 7, on discriminate against Catholics in Tunics aro certain to carry over to and will receive unanimous support to make Beckmann when singing at account of tho opening of the car- members of Congress matters civil or polllcal? as men from the amateurs throughout the tells of McCormick E t nother season. Co vent Garden, London, always stop- nival, a largo attendance was Dres- - Columbus day a legal holiday in tho and as citizens Catholics demand country. This rule would classify ping en route at a little wayside ent Monday nght, when consider- District of Columba. Hei"7 Tho very long close sleeve has campion, William C. able business was transacted and that the flutterings of the flag of ball players as follows: Class A, pro- chapel to pay the visit of which several applications for membership v Fiskn Hara opene? ,h,s Now Banger John Wernert and Frank practically passed. City engagement In "KI1- - lam class B, Catholics alone know the value of Us wero received. The reports of Crepe freedom bo not tho mere motion of fessionals; the kenny" on Monday night, giving after Dennis. on The club will hen, devoted de chine still has as many nnd those who receive any Also of his meet followers as over. wind, but the significant token of pay whatsoever; class C, amateurs, Indescribable sweetness. stage minus various committee wero verv inter tho on tho never appearing the,!Vn& February 21, when tho installa- Undergarments aro to be almost actual freedom and equality to all a separate and distinct class. This the medal of St. Cecilia, which that esting, especially so tho report i UU..U.UB. mon or onicers will h place. inlversally short and wide. by tho Carnival Committee, The open meeting held by tho Speeches will bo made, take citizens of America, whoever they is strictly In line with the amateur other devout Catholic genius, Mary made showed that the carnival held which and Grays will bo among tho popular Knights of Trinidad, Col., for all refreshments served and lunch good may bo, whatever their religious classification as suggested by Capt. Anderson Navarro, had given him last week was a comnlete success a shades for the coming season. men of the city was a timo nrovideii tnr Catholic Frank Relchert, the father of the wheu a comparatively unknown both socially and financially. J "J" mun While o.mv an.nAsa creed. Rights for Catholics, as for amateur game In this section, and Blngor. We all have read the most crnnf Taffetas wll renew thoir popularity uw.cdo. ahu uueuuunco rail other American citizens yes; a tho public at large must conclude thrilling moments ns experienced by everyin night some special feature lmcKeu mo noji anu was larger than ST. PATRICK'S CELEBRATION. lu both light and dark colors. was vogue, special attention was Favors and that it Is curious, to say the least, this and that favorite of the stage. given to tho closing night, which cainncu, jiu cAuiuimiicauon oi ine hundred times yes. Tho ribbon dress Is bolng develdegrees will take place March 5. At a meeting of Division 4, A. O. oped In many attractlvo styles. privileges for Catholics, or for other that despite tho large space and This is what McCormick told an In- will long te remembered by all notoriety given the meetings of H Monday evening plans were outthose present, for no morn rutin? a Mecular Ribbons both wide and narrow special clases of citizens no; a federation tho important ruling tho terviewer formoments of paper wero a climax SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. as the happiest lined by tho Entertainment, rnn. play an Important part In tho millincould have topped the ochis life: . hundred times no. To covet or to outlined nbovo was never mentioned lllHfnn f 41... rti v ery realm. "I will relate them in the order of casion. A committee was appointed ce The pupils of St. Brigld's school bration and grasp favors or privileges, not al or even hinted at by the writers, their sequence, not their relative im- to Investigate the matter of having much gratification Ribbons have made their way Into win givo an entertainment ' next oxpressed at tho announcement was "One four bowling alleys Installed In tho lowed at all, wero treason to the who wore probably too busy in find- portance," said McCormick. that the Hngorlo world, and most women in honor of miorney j. j. Kavanagh ing parliamentary mistakes of Presi wiaB when I reeclved a check for 50 near future A whirlwind campaign Tuesday afternoon starry banner such treason will dent Townes, although a local man umor them. A feature secured as tho orator on had been be Washington's birthday. over had, to secure new members will from tho Tho drooping brimmed Leghorn never nnd lodgment in the hearts of was chosen as Vice President of the the lato best friend I'veBishop of launched forth in the next two or tho entertainment will bo a drama sion. In addition to tho that occaClancy, Dr. lecture by Its Catholic citizens; such treason seceding body, despite the fact that Elphln. This happened while I was weeks to increaso their membership entitled "Percy Winn or Making a iur. ivavanagh tnero will bo musical hat will bo much In evidence as tho to 500. On February 24, both after- Boy of Him," this being a dramati- and vocal numbers, featuring the season advances. America loathes and condemns; such bo had never been an accredited a student in Italy, and the gift made noon and night, a grand euchre One of the newest Ideas In lingerie and zation of Father Finn's book, delegate of tho local federation. PresI--deit possible for me to completo my lotto will be clven. at which mnnv entertnlnment will bo given In Tho old favorite Irish melodies. church loathes treason the Catholic the John Hennessy called on sev- ti to have the Valenciennes Iaco studies there. The next was when handsome prizes will be awarded, school hall, Baxter avenue and Hepand condemns; such treason tho true daintily in pink or blue. OFFERS GOLD PHIZES. eral present for Lily Foley consented to take tho When the drawing for .the Victrola burn, and an Invitation Is extended among them beingImpromptu talks, Though winter blouses have not American, the true Catholic, will C. J. Ford, James name of Mrs, John McCormick. Tho will take place. by Rey. Father Jansen and the Hannan, S. Tho people of Holy Cross parish third was wheu I half their duty, irbver be guilty of.'' at the feet of Willpupils to their friends to como and iam Greaney.J. McElllott and Jnmpq jet dono are here, made those for are going to glvo a grand euchre His Holiness the knelt and received summer Pope T. J. Lancan. from thin INITIATION AND DANCE. witness their dramatic efforts. McTlgho and D. J. Reilly were ap- cotton and llnons, and aro finding and lotto with many handsome his blessing, and tho latest was Tho, local Knights of Columbus Tickets of admission will be twenty-fiv- e pointed to prizes, soma gold DIFFICULT SITUATION. among when I knelt In tho private chapel pieces ready sale. draft resolutions on the 4nj-kwwill linlrl nn InlHnffjtn cents. them, at Holy Cross Hall, Thirty- i . death of Patrick Mangan, a memFarley, Il'ope Benedict's large hearted second and Broadway, on Tuesday of His Eminence Cardinal my boy afternobn in tho club house on ber, and also on the death of the NOTRE DAME. last May morning, and saw Fourth Vvenuo. and Immediately fol EUCHRE AND LOTTO. Fmpathy with stricken humanity evening, February 29, when games receive his first communion wife of Patrick Sheehan. from lowing flie Initiation a buffet lunchwill be called 'at 8 o'clock. There Ono of tho most interesting featdis&i been felt everywhere in Europe, will also be a lively contest for ten the hands of that saintly and eon willl be served for the members Tho last of the season's series of ures of the commencement at Notre SELECT NUN SCULPTOR. if particularly In the warring na- - fine articles a gold bracelet, a tinguished prince of the church. and candidates. Next Tuesday euchres and lottos will be given Dame this year will be the chorus of there will be a formal subscription under the "auspices of the St. Louts lh the heads of which have ex- - large rug, fancy quilt, two gold The National Society of Colonial 200 voices which will take part In LABOR'S FRIEND. Pieces, $2.50 each: boy's cap. load danco u)idcr the auspices of some Bertrand's Church Debt and Buildtheir gratitude to him for of coal, hand embroidered table Sister some of tho exercises. Tho chorus ing Fund next Friday afternoon and Dames has commissioned of the yijunger members John Mitchell, Chairman of tesafu! efforts for the ex- - cover, fine painting and a ham. All State Industrial Commission, in tho attending will be expected and those evening In Bertrand Hall, Sixth Melva B. Wilson, a New York nun will be formed principally from to wear an Catholic sculptor, members of the Glee Club, which is Next Thursday there street, near Oak. It was announced and famous. t prisoners. The Pope does the friends of the Holy Cross parish address In New York City on Sun- dress buJs. 500 at the meeting of the General Com formerly of Cincinnati, to design a this year ono of the most successful expect an immediate are cordially Invited to attend and day outlined tbe programme of or- win oeifH eucnre, lotto and r are certain to spend the evening ganized labor, He declared it is party members and their fam- - mittee of Arrangements on Monday memorial in honor oC the women of musical organizations ever formed Lostilliiec, but he im-- i pleasantly. at Notre Dame. evening that It was hoped to make the Colonial period from eottflHad to these nix alms; uiesL,on " time, although this requirement has been vetoed by tho President. Folof two of his lowing the example predecessors, President Wilson has already put the mark of disapproval on one such piece of legislation, and it is to bo presumed that he will do tho same thing If the present bill comes beforo him. The Catholic Advance is just in contending that there is no merit to tho claim that bocauso an immigrant Is unable to read or write ho hasn't In him tho making of a worthy, industrious and desirable citizen. The history of the country and its development, largely duo to tho brawn and energy of a. multitude of aliens, many of them illiterates, is sufficient They answer to that Contention. have been among some of our most valuable and indeed indispensable assets. Without them much of tho labor essential to tho marvelous development of our great sources of national wealth, of our mines, agriculture and industries, would have been unsupplled. At tho present time thero is in many quarters a dearth of laborers, in consequence of which some of these industries are liable to bo crippled. Tho apprehension that some people profess to entertain that tho United States will be del uged .with a Hood of Immigration from the belligerent countries after the hostilities cease is a possibility that is hardly likely to materialize. Tho condition in which this war will leave Europe will demand that the class of peoplo who might otherwise be inclined to emigrate shall lemaln at home, to aid in the rehabilitation and reconstruction of own devastated countries. their Moreover It is quite certain that their governments will discourage emigration as much as possible. Our erperlenco of several years shows that danger to public weal comes not so much from the ignorant nnd illiterate as from the cultured and Intelligent foreigner. It is tho latter who most often abuses the hospitality extended to him. Wo may readily grant that tho immigrant laws need revision, but the Illiteracy test is opposed to the common sense judgment of the country. It has a flavor, too, of sectarianism that makes It objectionable to men of discernment. Tho literacy test for Immigrants is again bothering Congress. Efforts to make the test a condition for tho admission of aliens to the United States are being made at tho present Mrs. Ellen Goodo announces the engagement of Her daughter. Miss Cora Mao Goode, to Joseph H. The wedding will take place In In all tho Catholic papers that we March. have read we find words of comMiss Laura Raffo entertained with mendation for tho appolntmnet to a delightful sewing party Wednes- the Supreme Court of a Jew Louis uay aiternoon in nonor 01 aiisses D. Brandois. Catholics do not en- Maude and Elsio Willoy, visitors courage race hatred. They demand from Cincinnati full equality for all citizens, regardMrs. John Nagel, Jr., entertained less of race or religion. Monday evening at her homo in Jeffersonvllle for Miss Elnora Hartman, county grand jury of Louisville, who is to be married The Shelby during its January term returned to Frank Nagel on March 2. Mc-011- 1. plores the belligerents to lny aside the spirit of mutual destruction and take directly or indirectly steps toward a friendly discussion of some other solution of the international tangle besides that of the terrible carnage which dishonors Europe. Nor is such a hope a Utopian one. Recent experiences teach us that such preliminaries of peace were being discussed while tho cannons of tho belligerent powers thundered and fierce battles raged. This hape war pened in tho before tho treaty of Portsmouth, In the second Dalkan war of 1913, tho treaty of Bucharest, and n negotiaanally In tho tions between Italy and Turkey the treaty of Ouchy. Pope Benedict has been bitterly assailed and mlsrepresoned In newspapers which expect htm to servo their national ends. But Benedict has remained absolutely neutral in the most trying and difficult situation which a Pope had ever to deal with. Russo-Japanesbo-fo- re long-drawbo-fo- re Springs. Neal O'Laughlln and John T. O'Connor were among the past week's sojourners at West Baden Miss Celia Laven has been spending tho week in New York City attending the big spring millinery Spring Suits of Cloth E Beautiful SilK Suits ruffled coat styles, designed on the normal waistline; finished with new collar and cuff effects. Skirts are full from tho waistline. They are in gros de londre, taffeta and taffeta and cloth combinations. Beautiful new shades-?- - openings. are shown in all the new colors, such as hay, thyme, corn, spring wheat, heather, storm gray, also the staple navy and black. Various size smart checks, in black and white. All sizes 5 Mrs. J. G. McLean, Crescent Hill, has had as her guest her sister, Mrs. William J. Mahoney, of Jefferson City, Tenn. Miss Janle Doherty entertained a number of friends at "500" Saturday afternoon at her home on Meigs avenue, Jeffersonvllle. Mrs. Hannah Boardman, widow of tho late Samuel Boardman of Evansvllle, moved to this city this week to make her future home. $75 5 $65 $55 $45 $35 $25 New Blouses of "Will o' the $115 $95 $75 $65 $55 $45 $35 $25 Wisp" and Other Materials They are aristocrats in style and material. Some are of tbe new "Will o' the Wisp" weaves, others are of heavy : crepe de chine and Georgettes. Also there are exquisite combinations of lace and chiffon. New rich pastel and vivid E shades, variously embellished E New Silk Frocks bright new models, all showing the influence of the full skirt vogue and completed with dainty waists. They are supple taffeta and Georgette; either alone or in combination effects. Newest spring shades; all sizes f $9.75 $7.50 $6.50 $5.65 $3.95 Hill $75 $65 $50 $35 $25 guests cent Court, had as Misses Josephine and Marie Kelley and Mary Harold, of Rushville, Ind. week-en- d Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kelley, Cres- IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllillllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllH 'Pujcvxe sOLLr HAT MO .'.,k'b; : '- - ' r - FITTE GOOD UKEE MUCriEE t"M Md(' il i&gfif J$&& CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. Presenting only the standard prodnctlons, historic, dramatic and comic. charging indictments Shelbyville liquor law violations. again realizes that hypocrisy and bootlegging are more Injurious than tho regulated saloon. sixty-on- 11JM M - - M 1 e Paulus, B. H. and A. I. Straus, J. J. Crotty and T. H. Rollly, all Louisville buyers, spent last week In New York City. Miss Katherlne Hlnes gave a de lightful dance Monday night at tho homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hlnes, South Third street, In honor of Miss Margaret Wand, of Is tho guest of Miss New York,-whKatherlne Malono. Mayer, J. G. Kllpatrick, M. M. B. Mountjoy, J. Cagney, F. M. M. M. J. BANNON, Pres. & Mr. P. BANNON, JR., Vice Pres. Treis. I IIHiHWIWWIWIW J. f Secretary. LAWRENCE VEENEMAN, P. BANNON PIPE CO OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY 'HELP FOR THE POOR. Every once in a while there comes to light some novel way In which a prominent business man Is seeking to help the unfortunate wards of charity. The most recent one that has been called to our attention is the one in uso at the A. says the Weber Meat Company, City Catholic Register. Kansas About four years ago- Mr. Weber, owner of tho store, noticed that quite frequently customers would forget to take their change from the cashier's window after making their purchases. At, first the money was placed In a cup to await claimants. But the claimants did not appear. Each succeeding day saw a little more change dropped Into tho cup. Then the cup began to worry both AVeber and his cashier. Mr. Weber said the money could not be considered a part of his profits and therefore was not his. and the. cashier saidit was not hers becau it was her duty as far as possible io see mai every one got tneir change. And so Father Antlll, Weber's pastor, was consulted. "Simple." said Father Antlll: give It to the poor." Tho following day thero appeared In tho cashier's case a Httlo Iron box. The Llttlo Sisters of tho Poor wnu nine care oi mo ageu helpless, wero then notified and given a key to the box. Since that time the Sisters have taken over $500 from the llttlo iron box and Weber and his cashier are happy. - Sewer and Culvtrt Pipe, Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Titrlfled Brick, lre Proofing, Fine Lining, Fire BricK Grate and Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Chimney lops. 573-1786. J I I i Joseph B. Mansfield has announced tho engagement pf his sister. Miss Eleanor C. Mansfield, of this city, to Col. John B. Wathen, of Lebanon. Tho"Ir marriage will be solemnized early In March at the Cathedral of tho Assumption. Miss Laura Rleke and Raymond ilould. popular young peoplo of Now Albany, wore united in marriage Wednesday morning at St. Mary s church, Rev. Father Seibertz the ceremony, which was solemnized with nuptial mass, per-fnrml- WORKS BACK TO HIS FIRST LOVE. 507. 13th sad Brcck. and Magnolia Avo., Bet. 9th and 10th. I1 NM'i -M-M'VH 'H"H"i I - CUMB. MAIN ill H-H'- l M ge "A minimum wage that shall enable men and women to live In a manner conformable to American standards, to educate their children and to make provisions against old age and sickness. day, which gives "Tho eight-hou- r opportunity for tho cultivation of home life, tho enjoyment of books, music and wisely employed leisure. "Legislation making it unlawful for children of tender years and frail physique to be employed in dangerous pursuits. "Laws providing for the safeguarding of the lives and limbs of workers engaged In dangerous occupations and for compensation for Injuries sustained In the course of employment. "Tho progressive Improvement of tho sanitary working and houslnu conditions of tho wage earners. "Tiio preservation of tho constitutional guarantee of trial by jury. free speech and a free press." "The ideal of the trade union ." ho ndded, "Is to combine in one organization all the men employed at a given trade, and to demand and secure for each and all of them a definite minimum standard of wages, hours of labor and conditions of work. By this is not meant that tho wages of all shall bo tho same, but merely that equal pay snau De given ror equal work." KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. FLORISTS n Pearl of Nelson, - Scorra' I nrJ10' Mniu,t nrriiv nwen ls, &Pnr?neA,."eJV.,fE A1 1 j it 1 nt : fr 1607-177- $, JttBJ&TXJ217K Xj&I&EC AJKD&KtlOAJNr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize "dvortisers whose announcements they find in these colunis. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVIUL.E BY AMERICAN ELEVATOR & SEVENTY YEARS IN BUSINESS UNDER THE SAME NAME . i'GRAN W. SMITH'S S0N-AL. S. SMITH, PROP. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED 00, iBAcmasQif INCORPORATED j Embalmerf Funeral 8 Director and Distillers Ot OLD PORTUNA "IIOLIiENBAOH" 528 W. Main St, SOUR MASH PURE RYE Iiouisville, Ky. BOTH PHONES 810. MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS BCHIilCH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky S8S W. Main St., Home Phone City 5674 A BEAUTIFUL ARRAY OF $809 WEST TEFFERSON STREET 5 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 NEW SPRING GARMENTS Silk Dresses A I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN J. J. BARRETT'S SONS I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. ' --.- 3Dri.y J "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED "The Place AVhere Old Clothes Are "All Ready for Your qriddlo In the Mado to Look Like New." Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE FROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) SPALDING DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. R. JEUNESSE AW BACON FOR WOMEN AND MISSES. New Suits $17.88 to $35.00 Wc arc showing a highly attractive line of new spring models in Cout Suits for women and misses. The coats arc made with tho new flare and the skirts arc wide. The materials are gaberdine, serges, CO at $11.44 ' JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER, and PACKER WAGON OR VAN BUILDING CONTRACTOR 8C25 West Wnlnut Street PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home Phone Shawnee 198C ARTHUR A. WILL 810 YORK STREET 1'hone South 1753 Louisville, Ky- - THOS. J. BRODERIOK W4 4392-- J BUILDER Montgomery Home PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Phone City satin, poplin and taffeta and they are shown in' all the leading colors, such as Nile green, Belgian blue, the new black and white check, tan, navy blue and black. fortunate combination of circumstances brought into our hands this lot of fifty Dresses. The authentic spring styles are adequately represented and no two of tho Dresses are alike. The choice of materials is exceptionally happy, being taffeta, silk crepe de chine, satin liberty and charmcuse. Of course all the beautiful color effects arc shown and the dresses can be secured in .Ladies' and .Misses' sizes. The Dresses were made to retail for $22.50. JLw 4iVVUVVHmWUMUtUUtUlUMUUVMtWMMWHUUUtW i. A.TUa.CU.U. TkV" - .. Tfteic 5 -a - K 4Ma..a.4. - S TWW'VTTl 'H"W ;4X?H"H"I HM''H'4'iWW' DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH - t"I" 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embaimersf Homo City 299S nin WWTiiTa.Vt.ifiat.r.t. Street Phone Shawnee 1010 WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR FOR 1000 Zano Street The New Dresses $14.88 to $24.75 Our Dress Section has taken on a very sprlng-llk- o look with tle coming of the lovely new models in dresses. They are made of taffeta, crepo de chine, Georgette crepe and combinations of materials in. the now Huffy and flaring styles. The colors are black and all the new spring Seperate Skirts $3.95 to $7 95 The Separate Skirt will again be very much In vogue this season. Wo are showing some very stylish models made up in serges, poplins and the new black and white check materials in both the plaited and circular-styles- , with yoke, belt and pockets. u X BOTH PHONBJS. Climb. Main 2998-- n 1 X SEE POOLEY MONEY CONFIDENTIAL g4wIwI"Itt'tI"ItTtrIrfrTl'Tfrttfr' At. SHEET METAL 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-- RELIABLE P. R. POOLEY Courier-Journ- al L. Room 1, Building II II WW WW WW WW WW WW FRANK FEHR BREWING COINJKtPORATEI - 115 Fourth Street Louis D. Coady CO. Y Spring Coats $9.88 to $14.75 The New Spring Coats are made of serges, poplins and all the new novelty mixtures and are being shown In the new plaids, tan, navy blue, plain Spring Blouses $2.95 to $4 95 Made up in the newest models and the materials are voile, organdie, crepe do chine, taffeta and pussy willow silk; shown In all tho leading colors and black and white; we have a beautiful line. 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS MANUFACTURERS Thos. II. Kennedy KENNEDY-COAD- II $ Incorporated Louisville Made Furnaces S. Ninth St. Home Phone City 2542 210-22- 2 MEN'S FURNISHINGS 031 WEST WALNUT STREET Home Phone, City 7602 LOUISVILLE, KY. black and black and white checks; they are made in all lengths and in the belted or flaring models; sizes for women and misses. Girls' Dresses at $1.44 These dresses are mado of galatea middy style and are being shown and the new colored stripe and binations; sizes for girls from 7 of age. Middy Blouses 95c to $1.25 A Ladies' Hats Reshaped Ladies, look up your Milan odd Hemp Hats from last season and bring them to dn, We can clean, dye and reshape them into tho latest spring styles 35 new shapes to select from. We muke a specialty ol Ladies Hats only. PRICES 75c AND SI. n cloth in the in white comto 14 years all-whi- te new and complete lino of these becoming blouses is now shown In the newest spring styles. They have tho new colored striped collar and trimmings; also red, blue and solid white colors; all sizes. Dainty Waists at $1 34 Made up in crepe and plain and fancy voile In all the new colored stripes and plain white; they Girls Coats $1.95 to $12 45 and The early spring models are now to be seen in uui department. New materials and colorings are In evidence and the best possible values are offered at Bacon's usually moderate prices. Jieauy-io-wear FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS 7J3 WEST JEFFERSON STREET. are neatly made and prettily collar. have the two-ln-o- trimmed Brewers and Bottlers ILOTJTSVTXjIiB. North Side. ET. Ball Players POISONED Tirr.ro AT BANQUET. raise your average with a Mascot Bat. Win The Game With a TRADE tlmn IKfl of tho 400 UUestS given at the first official banquet Arcn-blshoIn honor of Chicago's new the Most Rev. George Wlll-loMnrwlAlnln. fnrmorlv of Brook lyn, at the University Club, were p, ni SOCIETY DIRECTORY. HOLY HOUR. MASCOT . & --- &S, iB&G'&Z vv74o7rr ja $ vv rZ Sclu . cu.wy' ,' x X4-ins -- iiii'SVII.l.Ei Come down to the factory 12th!& Ormsby and have a bat made to order. AUTOMOBILE "The emetics immediately relieved them," says a statement urawn up by the three physicians, "and practically all returned to tho banquet FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. hall." Tho day following samples of the FREE SERVICE. Chicago by soup were analyzed and violent nolson was Tho discovery, therein. found coupled wltn tno msappearance oi of tho club a kitchen employe 11O1-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. nnmorl Prnnps nnil the flndlnc of similar poison In a private labTHE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT oratory In his room, together with literature classed as anarcnisuc, icu Com-Cel-S- ar the police to believe that tho Illness which overcamo the diners was tho result of a deliberate attempt to poison tho guests. Police all over Mm rnnntrv arn lnnlrlntr for the The Great Stomach, Kidney culprit, who has not yet been apLiver and prehended. In the room which Crones had occupied the police say they found many volumes by anarchistic authors, explosives and weapons, in addition to tho poison vials, ne was sam oy tno ponce to have come to Chicago from St. An Ideal Tonic and Body Louis and his descrlDtlon was sent to various cities. Builder. Among the guests at the banquet All 3d LegaliyGuarantecd to sat- can hethe late girt aewStvi'sandShafM at reasonable price. fauod wnrfl nrnlntnn .Tiif1rTc hnnlrrtra rrn- .., .vr .w.w .r.w...vw, v0w, isfy you or money refunded. vesentative business men and manu facturers prominent in the anairs One dollar for 3 boxes. "As Near lo You as the Nearest Pbone'i of rlty and nation, all of whom have recovered. On sale at all drug stores. piif-mlst- ACCESSORIES soon after the first course of soup was served. Tho Archbisnop was not affected and very few at tho speakers' table were. Only a few of the dishes of the soup course had been cleared away when many of tho guests rushed out. Others followed, and for tho next half hour Dr. John B. Murphy, Dr. L. L. and Dr. Hugh McKenna emetics. himv ldmlnlRtprinir taken 111 with ptomaine poisoning Mc-Arth- ur FALLS CITYVULCANIZING CO. Blood Remedy Matthew lead and action taken and reports were mado that additional applica- Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent Csvwi tions for membership had been TreasurerDaniel Dougherty. r filed, some for the ladles' branch. GRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. President Kruse named the standSentinel Thomas Noon. ing committees for the year and Olspatched tho business, when tho JOHN B. FRANK DIVISION 4. chair was turned over to John B. Meets Second nnd Fourth Mondays, Stickler, who called the officers toBertrand Hall, Sixth Street. gether for the selection of medical President John H. Hennessy. examiners for thn nnlr Vnm. Vice President Thomas Lynch. names were presented and each was Financial Secretary Thomas J. cnosen unanimously. They were Langan. Dr. William B. Doherty, Dr. Thomas Recording Secretary James S. H. Mulvev. Dr. H. T. T.nmnmro nnil McTlghe. Dr. Henry Rapp, who will bo con- Treasurer Pat Connelly. 512 CLAY STREET. nrmeu Dy tue supreme Council. 508, 510 Sentinel M. J. McDermott. TELEPHONe 209 Sergeant-at-Arm- s IiOUISVILLiE. Edward Byrne. LOTTERY COMBINATION. Recording O'Brien. Secretary Tho Rev. Father Eugene P. Donohoe, the pastor, has Instituted the Holy Hour at St. Paulls church, A. 0. H. Jackson and Kentucky," the services being held Thursday evenings from DIVISION 1. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lled- - 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock. Thus far the attendance has been very gratifying erkranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut. nnd much interest characterizes the President Mark Ryan. congregational singing. Father Vice President W. L. Cushlng. INCORPORATED Recording Secretary Daniel Mc- Donohoe has under instruction a PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, class of nearly 100, who will receive Carthy. their first holy communion shortly Secretary Financial Edward after Easter. Clancy. Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 Treasurer Thomas Keenan. THE- DOUBLE MEETING. Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English. Tim Lyons. Sentinel The Catholic Knights of America held a double meeting at St. John's DIVISION 3. Clay First and Third Monday at Hiber- Hall, of lastand Walnut, on Friday night week, every branch in nian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. INCORPORATED the cltv hfilnc rpnrnsnntor? hv Ifo Mackoy. officers. The first session was held President Lawrence J. Vice President John J. Riley. oy the Central Committee, with Secretary Financial John J. Prpsldpnt Tlnn Vrnoo nmiinvln.r i,n (hair. Several communlcatons were Hesslon, Jr. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. WIEDEMAN N BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers WALTERS' and Clay Street Brewery . ST. .; "Blllv" PrilfiSR. tll tinnnlnr TJfill- A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef road Commission clerk, says he MACKIN COUNCTL, 205. wanieu to piay lattery this week Moots aalonday Evenings at Club and had a sure hunch. On Tuesday he went to Frankfort in a party House, 344 North Twenty-sixtof four, camo back that evening in President S. O. Hubbuch. u puny oi eieven ana no was forty-foM. First Vice President F. years old that, making tho old Schaad. Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager reliable lottery combination of Second Vice President R. L. Oar Special $3.00 Spray DISTINGUISHED GUEST. Scheckler. Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, Our Special $5.00 Wreath Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. STILL YOUNG. and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. Tho Rev. Brother Isadore, of Recording Secretary G. W. The largest values in Pane Baltimore, who is tho head of tho Buckle. Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Hon. Nelson O'Shaughnessy, tho PHONES ral Flowers ever offered in Xaverian Brothers in this country, Treasurer G. J. Thornton. American diplomat, was forty years Louiavllle, and is well known to many of tho Marshal Theo. Buckle. old Saturday. leading Catholic men of Louisville, For prompt delivery call 123 Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. both pbonei. will bo the guest of honor at the Oulsido Sentinel H. Pfelcer. DESERVE LOYAL SUPPORT. INDUSTRY HOME annual banquet of the Alumni AsPATRONIZE of St. Xavlor's College on sociation OP Polytechnlcal Institution by the BY GETTING A T1K Tho Knights of Columbus, deMarch 2. This year's banquet will score of 979 to 956 in the meet be- clares Rev. Father O'Reilly In tho be held in the now gymnasium Indiana Catholic, should be enSfoStSk Arcyi llnvestlgate Our Now Free erected on the old school site, and tween the two schools last week. iratumii lara couraged in every way in the good BUG AND ROACH KILLER from tho acceptances that have been Delivery Service. noma, site 1 work of their committee on religNOW IN STA11KS BIHLDING. coming in the committee expects Wefor Xonie are Headquarters ious prejudice. They are determined feurth Avenue LoulrvMr OU 8EB OUR ADS IN THE TIMES, Cleaning1 Material snen ai XJaieea that at least 300 will be present. Powder, Matohleu Dr. J. A. Casper, the dentist, has to keep tho committee busy until Soap, Scouring HERALD AND POST. Xdquid Furniture and Office Pollinea, are obtained. removed to Room 824 In the Starks satisfactory results everywhere ' 'Flowers telegraphed HEATni MUCH BKTTEIl. DlilEfectaate, Germ Killer, Etc. building and wishes to announce The first report of tho committee to his friends and patrons that ho met with criticism, somo of it from The the First Communion Books tinues Right Rev. Bishop Matzatcon- win bo plrr,ttrhwftAnritfnr - 'teU.i Catholic press. We feel confl- to improve In health St. me Knights welcomed it. They V w Q VsS wj Hospital, Lafayette, Elizabeth's Funeral Directors knewthe Catholic press Is for them. SUBDEACONSIIIP. now expects to return to Ind., and If costralned to find fault or to ROSARIES Bishop Matz . Denver about Easter. error it of Ricllt RflV. Embalmers. hopes to visit Memphis when he I'Indlanapolls, TtlHlmn fllinrfrnnrl nf pointout. fraternal was in a spirit"No correction. conferred subdeacon- - genuP10 such a SCAPULAR MEDALS leaves .the hospital, where ho ljas, CSIO IM3 Hie ATVJBiJXlTB' ot monumental charac- Fifth been undergoing treatment for some suip las; Saturday on James Maloney worn Tftlsshea 18i2. and Edward Menke, seminarians for ter iould be perfectly organized on J See our Hew book. "Haw to Get timo past. iioment. Only experience could the tho Louisville diocese at St. poln&the way. This great Catholic Ma.ried." yonr boj oa adnoatlon t&at wUI Seminary. ) LEADS RIFLE CLUBS. prepare thm for lit. bodyf American gentlemen should iv Every Devotional Article here. recele the united and loyal support ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Wt are alio Xea&auartera for DAUGHTERS OF ISABELtA. The Notre Dame. Rifle Club, one who wants to see his of eY6 No troBble to how geeda. Wok tad Dlaeaitd Booms. which is leading all the cjollege 113 W. Broadway, oaiivUIa, Xy. lane ner proper women's in 'of Chun country Louisville Chemical Co. Rogers Church Goods Co. learns In the contest, in Class B of theThe Catholic of Isabellaordjjr re- African life. It is a workplace zeal Conducted by the Xaverian Brother. Bi Daughters, of Incorporated shooting with a j erfect ported to have increased in Bualneaa Soientlflo Classical, and the a cuaruy ana patriotism. is NORTON BUILDING rrthy of the grand traditions It of Courses, Preparatory Department, Larr . mark ao far, won' its third co aaeeu-tlv- e Heme Tb&u, Olty MM from 5,642 to 22,120 within Swimming Pool. Well Equipped Qynea-slu- N.W. Ctrner Faurlh um( 129 S. FOURTH AVE. s ahoot by defeating' Wofceater two years. I inignis or uoiumous. JettcnM south third strbbt Terms Moderate. Sro, Jasaea, Dlr, h. ur Y. M.I. FALL CITY BEER GERMAN BANK ElsW .Mil Kzrs!tm'tkiLViiLTm T OKCK3MCO - r f lElMS and H.B0SSES0N and Market Sts. Meln-rad- 's rnml-g-aUs- g FRED ERHART ARCHITECT pem-berah- lp m. lae-u- I . 1 JKJSJSTODXJOKIY WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. IRISBC udOBRIOASr. ""-------- tti sawaw; IWVVVVVVfWWVIIfVVB HERMAN STRAUS i STEWART DRY GOODS CO (Incorporated) IN CONNECTION WITH JAMES HcCREERY & CO.. NEW YORK- JSP rouBTH Avenue SONS MARKET STREET J - - Shown at Stewart's Complete Assortment BEFORE iREMODELING OUR New 1916 Wash Goods is creating a short market on dependable Wash Goods. Makers are already sending out advices thatf they will be unable to guarantee Consequently the Stewart kind of colors. Wash Goods will be hard to get. The troubled conditions abroad have affected It the domestic situation by the withdrawal of weavers from American plants to secure tho larger salaries offered in the munition factories. This is common knowledge. At the present time we are offering full and complete assortments of qualifies which we can strongly indorse. Satisfactory choice can now be made from all kinds and styles, among which are: ii'iiiiivmn DEPARTMENT KING OF ITALY AND GEN. JOFFRE. Left, King of Italy; right, Gen. Joffre. Photo taken during their meeting on tho Italian front, where plans were arranged for the futuro campaign of the Allies. ANXUATi - Printed Klaxons, in many stripes and iloral 1"C patterns; a yard Woven Flaxons, in a broad range of new patterns; in plain and staple 25c striped and checked effects. A yard Anderson's Ginghams; in a large assortment' of checks, stripes and plaids, featuring new 25o colors; a yard sizes; AVhitc Flaxon, in checks, stripes of all 19c Sfi inches wide ; a yard Ginghams, in new patterns Ivanhoc Zephyr 15c and solid colors; a yard multi-colore- d sra M4S&&$$&$r$ "White Biltmorc Checked Voile, of a soft, sheer quality, with cords f brining various size 25c checks: full 36 inches wide; a yard AVhite Plisse,- - of a firm quality, in the small crinkle style, so much in demand for uitder-wea22c a yard "Wonderful Cloth tho wasli goods so suited to tho making of children's rompers, misses' 17c middies and house dresses; a yard Handkerchief Linen, of a very sheer quality. Especially serviceable for blouses; 36 inches 75c wide ; yard r; f $1.50 Inlaid LinoleumB $1.10 Velvet Carpet For Hall and Stairs 89c $125 all-over : ' '' ', ', MEETING. Di- IRELAND. Louisville Itnllnny Company rectors Ifenr Itcports nnd Elect Officers. 1, Wild's best quality Inlaid A limited quantity and pat- 1 Linoleums; in parquet and tile terns ofVelvet Hall and Stair patterns; laid on your floor Carpet;small, pat- free, except bathrooms; sale terns to close; sale price, per I ', ', ','. ! '. Good Coffee a Morning Necessity Yiu'll find that Mulloy'j Co(fe Is JUST whit yiu want 1 HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Don't forget tho euchre and lotto held Its annual meeting Wednesday, Record of the Most Important of tne Kecent Events Culled From Exchanges. Tho Louisville Railway Company the t price, 60c per yard $1.25 yard each .i"; , .89c ',', Printed 39c Linoleums Grass Matting Rnes ." $4.35 ;; vJPr JOHN 3MC. MTJXyXO Y BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 1.2 lbs. Nfnr Blend Coffee with OCn Special Rebate Tiolcet, too for lOo QUI in trnae The Malloy man in your neighborhood every week Phone n and have him call. 2 W. MARKET ST. evening. of tho Ladles' Auxiliary on March 1. Division 3 will meet Monday evening nnd Division 1 on Thursday Division 8 Where the Quiclt Meal Comes In Whero tho homo is If mmMiiiM) brightest; Whero tho work is lightest; Whero tho meal cooked best; Where tho rnngo stands tho test That's tthcro tho "Quick Meal" comes in. Quick Meal Gns ItaHftex Sold, Installed nnd iii sEjy done; Where cooking seems real fun; Where baking gives delight; Whero dniclgo Is out of sight tho where Thnt's "Quick Meal" comes in. Highly Recommended AVhero work is quickly GEHER & SON, : w. J&t st. day. All tho big societies of San Francisco will participate in tho St. Patrick's day parade of tho Ancient and a substantial treasury . Tho division at Lakevlew, Ore., lias taken up tho installation of a library of Irish history, etc. At last week's meeting of the Hibernian Rifles at Columbus, Ohio, nine new members were enlisted. The Hibernian Social Club are hustling for their picture show entertainment to be given February 29. Tho total membership January 1 was 220,00a, of which 70,000 are affiliated with tho Ladies' Auxiliary. Tho Cincinnati division of the Ladles Auxiliary will give a banquet nt the Hotel Gibson on St. Patrick's of Clinton, Mass., reports 32C memhors in good standing and assets of $15,207. The Now Albany Ladies' Auxiliary now has nearly a hundred members Central Coal and Iron Co. INCORPORATED. Sioux City Hibernians are not in I! sympathy with those who opposo Order. 207 PAUL JONES BUILDING 1 COAL Render, Jellico, Smokeless, Anthracite the whole of tho year 1915, and to this Boston. the competition of private Mayor Curley led the grand march automobiles caused Jitneys and decrease a heavy at the Hibernian reunion and ball in tne gross earnings, as shown In the In Boston. The gathering was in- llgures nbovc. unNo extensive spiring and one worthy the grand dertaken during improvnments were time the year, but the ?ld order. of the management was devoted to That you spent for something yeu did not NEED would have started a economy and fortunately we The ball of the Ladies' Auxiliary, necessary to SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED were satisfactory reone of the most important annual sults ablethat show very nnd at the same In direction, twice a year; Them MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" social events in Denver, held Thurs- time maintain tho property In a high day night, was In every way a grati state of efllclency. mast be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the Notes. On July 1, tho railway comfying success. pany sold to delUrs you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. three-yearBooklyn Hibernians had a real the city $600,000financialr institutions of 5 ner cent. the friend in Archbishop Mundelein. collateral trust notes, pny proceeds of which were used to the floating Before leaving for Chicago resolu debt Incurred for improvements prior tions expressing their feeling were IO l'.HO. presented him. Safety First. The Safety-FirIdea was followed up very What is probably a world's record employes aro all to be closely nnd the commended for in the payment of back dues by one the interest shown In tho movement, individual was registered at tho for by their concerted efforts a very WW 4 tho meeting of Division other large decrease In the number of acciPlace. evening, a payment of $51 being dents was a result of the year's work. Interurban Lines. Tho Interurban Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. lines wero maintained in first-clas- s conmade. dition nnd numerous improvements of a Hon. William Howard Taft, for- smaller nature were made during the mer President of the United States, year. Tracks. The tracks for tho extension has accepted the Invitation of Presiand West dent Foley and will bo tho guest of tho Twenty-sevent- hwere lino lad as the work of MOVAHLE AITARS WANTED. and St. Patrick's day orator of tho building tho new street by tho city proMilwaukee Hibernians. gressed and about 75 per cent, on the work of Tho missionary mass outfit that Division 1 acl the Ladles' Aux- line will this line is now completed. The finished for opiliary of New Albany had a euchro eration inbethe early and readyTho city has proven the substitute for altars spring. in many missions of this country is and lotto party last night that filled paved Market street from Thirty-fift- h Holy Trinity Hall. The officers and to Fontaine Ferry and the old traok, was a' great boon to the missionaries. The Straight Whisky On Earth up ana new doubio traeir construct There are many priests who, in admembers are working to mako this torn nt to this company, dition to all a banner year for the order In that Manx-- a other hardships nt niir fmnrnvAminf ueiuu nux. mniipr which mission the gives gratis, have Via lltV. llfo mnJa me laind nf wVil were maua which W can be seen In a report of the Secretary to lug from ono place to another INCORPORATED presented at this meeting. RespectGOLDEN" WEDDING. fully submitted to tho Board of Direc- the articles necessary for the celeSeYe Owaern Registered Bist. Wo. 33 bration of the holy sacriflco of the T. J. MINARY, tors, by mass, To forget one ecsentlal means President. ... v Mr. Petor Fetter, a' ,,.. rcaVra ;., Srrtet highly and Mrs. old couple of New i t. Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West M respected a great hardship for a missionary. It "' UNIMPORTANT. Albany, eclebrated the fiftieth anniIs theroforo no wonder that many versary of their marrlace last Run- of them aro writing In to " Division 1, A. O. H.. held Its ret- - of the Catholic Church tho offices day at their home on East Elirhth Extension street, when largo numbers of ular meeting on Thursday night of Society, pleading for the gift of a last week, tile business transacted mlssionary mass outfit. Many" Cath friends called to extend congratulabeing only tions. They Were wedded In St. unimportant.of routine character and olics have offered to give an outfit President Mark Ryan Mary's church by the Rev. Faher occupied the char and Secretary to ono priest or another, knowing Faller and their married llfefhas Daniel McCarthy read the communl-catlor- e, fulli well that it will prove of great been spent In New Albany, Jtoth one from thd State Secre- benefit to himself and his congrega-t!on- ? years old, "lielr tary. VVIIchael Collins, who was" on are seventy-on- e There are many missionaries children are Miss Mayme the side list, was reported on the who aro begging for one of these oiHitir Aiary j.euun, Airs, nine JPWt road m recovery. The County Board outfits!, which cost put $110. Donaor mdianapou; Peter Fetter, 7J.3-71- 6 notlflel the division of Us approval tions Jnay be sent to the offices bf SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Mrs. Louis Weber, Mrs. Edward of thelaotlon taken relative to sick the CAtholIc Churoh Extension SoHMM, City 2399 TtwpvMftMCWM, 5 2991 and Miss Josephine Fetter. Th benefi. Division 1 will meet again ciety, focated in the McCormick grandchildren, have twenty-fou- r Mt Ifursday at Liedeckranz Hall. butldlnVf Chicago. i tho Irish Nationalist leader, John E. Redmond. 2 of Dlnghamton Division will ferred stock. 125,000.00 havo tho Ladies' Auxiliary and Division 1 as invited guests at tho Total expense and charges .$2,931,918.55 Emmet celebration on March 4. Many divisions throughout tho Net earnings $558,533.08 country are making preparations for Dividend on common stock tho observanco of Emmet's anniLouisville Ry. versary, the dato being March 4. Co $365,030.00 Dividend on Rev. Thomas J. Livingston, of common stock, Creighton University, will bo the Louisville & orator at the St. Patrick's day celeIntel urban R. R. Co 190,000.00 bration of tho South Omaha Hiber 2,883.08 Income nccpunt nians. Fully 8,000 people attended tho $558,633.08 $558,533.08 The year 1915 has been tho most tryreunion and ball held under tho joint of the company, auspices of the fifty ladles' aux- ing year In tho history depression which the general business divisions of commenced in 1914 continued through iliaries and seventy-fiv- e The Rev. John Quigley, Gorey, has been appointed to tho pastoral charge of Tagoat. Tho priests and people of Cootc-hl- ll havo decided upon the erection of a new Catholic church for tho town and district. Odd pairs of Lace Curtains; An Opportunity to Buy ;; Miss Joscphino Kavanagh, Clon-arhas been appointed clerk of the tary and Treasurer, and Samuel in values from $1.00 to $6.50 Blankets County Meath Insuranco Committee Riddle, Traffic Manager. per pair; this lot contains Not- The consolidated statement of the at a salary of $350 per year. 50c Children's Crib Blan- - ; Louisville Hallway Company and the tinghams, Voiles, Scrims, The death of Bartholomew Candon Louisville & Interurban Railroad Comkets; size 40x98; good quality; ;; pany for the year ending December 31, at tho residence of his uncle, PatMarquisettes, Irish Points, 1915, follows: rick Wallace, 39c sale price anoss DARNINGS. l etc.; one enrtain of a lot only has caused widespread regret. Transportation $L.10 value Cotton Bed Blan- Revenue (city D. Hyland, Chairman of tho ;; slightly soiled. Sale just one-- " S1,803.G20.GG lines) of nnnniinna vino kets; size 60x76; good quality; waienorci Hoard Transportation half price. been appointed to the Commission of Revenue 75c ! (interurban the Peace for tho city of Watorford. Drapery Remnants 49c sale price 533,331.00 linos) Revenue M. Healy, owing to failing health, from $3.25 values. White, extra '.'. Worth to $1.25 Yard mall, adverhas resigned tho Clerkship of tising, track-us- e quality; size 66x80; this sale '.'. Killamey Urban Council, a position Containing steadfast drape- und power 134,880,02 (city lines). which he has held for thirty years. price $2.75 x Revenue ries; all colors and patterns; from The late Lady Edith Lowry Corry, mall, adver$2.25 values Jacquard Robe ; to $3.25 a yard; a eood assorttising track- - ' of Castle Coole, Ennlskillen, who uue and power was accidentally drowned last Ocment; sale price, per yard Blanket; s'ize 75x88; good qual- - :; .. (Interurban tober, left personal estato valued at 1C,C18,99 lines) r49c ity; sale price $1.48" only ?21,155. ' . , .. .$3,490,451,28 i dross Income k. The death occurred at OPERATING EXPENSES,. INCLUDING of Mrs. Ryan, a centenarian MAINTENANCE. We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates :; Operating ex- -' Sonio of the men engaged in the batv penses (city tle Of Carrlckshock found rnfnirn n $1,525,730.17 lines) her house. upcraung ex penses llntcr- At tho Monaghan Quarter Ses329,248.30 urbun lines). HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN sions, Judge Johnston was presented DAN J. HENNESSY county State, with a pair of white gloves. nnd city tax The for 12 montntj Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Judge said ho had also received (city lines) . 297,221.43 white gloves at Castlebiayney. Stnte, county nnd city tux Tho death in Galway has occurred for 12 months of Mrs. Bessie KIrwan, widow of tho (Interurban late Petor Kirwan. She lived In 29,795.33 lines) Lynch's Castle and was herself conInterest on debt, paid and acnected with two of tho Galway .024,922.92 crued tribes. Dividend on pre- Reading old directors and officers. of President Mlnary's report was Tho tho feature of the meeting. biggest Improvements of tho year wero the building of tho Madison street line and double tracking of West Market street. Tho officers aro T. J. Minary, President and General Manager; A. P. Humphrey, Vice President; S. G. Boyle, Secre hearing reports and f t t This lot contains about forty 9x12 Body Brussels Rugs ;; pieces of Printed Linoleums Regular $31.50 values; remod- - ! I from 4 to IS feet lone, 6 feet eling sale, each $24.95 ; ; wide; in good patterns; sale 9x12 Axminster Rugs Reg- .39c price, per square yard. ular $22.50 values; this sale '" Lace Curtains Half Price price is $18.95 ; ; . d, r Carrick-on-Shanno- n, f '. f Ai .- Garry-thom- as tnHinMnmmMmMi ihhhuih Hennessy STORE. Axman 425 W. POPULAR PRICE TAIjLORS The Last Dollar Ky. Title Savings Batik st and Trust Co. Fifth and Court 1 programme. The Rov. P. J. Kelly, Glondermott, and the Rev. T. J. Agnew, Buncrana, who until recently wero curates In Dunglven, wero entertained at dinner at tho City HoteL Dorry, by their former parishioners. Rev. Mother Cecilia M. McArdio has passed away at tho Ardeo Convent in her seventy-nint- h year. Deceased was a daughter of tho late Dr. McArdle, Ardeo, and was tho first postulate to enter tho convont there. Alderman James Slnnott, who has filled the position of Mayor of Wex ford for a number of years, has declined to accept offlco for another year. Tho corporation unanimously selected Nicholas Byrne as his successor in the Mayoralty. Tho death has taken place of P. Qulnn, one of tho veterans of the famous Ballycohoy struggle. He took a prominent part in resisting tho police attack on tho houso of John Dwyer, in which Constable Morrow made a dash to enter tho premises and as the result of a musketry and pistol charge lost his life. Tho Rev. Michael Dounellon, UPSTAIRS Mountbellow, has been appointed by the Archbishop of Tuam to tho pastoral charge of Roundstono, In succession to the late lamented Father Glceson. At a recent meeting of the Kells Urban Council a resolution was passed protesting against tho withdrawal of grants for teachers of Irish classes under tho department's Jefferson Street ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old German Insurance BanK x5.'' w Under tho State Government Supervision. Bii Glook Second and Market PRICES REDUCED! Our cleaning is Dosltivelv the best in tho cltv. and tmrlcori tin hv hm,.. of Long Standing and Financially Responsible. & A number of experienced employes are required to maintain the rleld requirements of this concern. Tno reason for our offering tnls proposition is to keep theso Trained Kmployea in Steady Employment during the dull season. You, our patron, must bo satisfied, and no expense is too great, or details too small to provo to you our superiority of workmanship. We sivo a discount of 26 in United States rflstagro Stamps, or Cash, on all work done by us until March 4, 1916. Gentlemen's Suits cleaned and pressed Kejrular Price 31.00.. Onr Not Price 75o 91.00., Our He t Price 7So 50o. .Onr Net Price 37U Plaited Skirts Begrnlar Price 75o..OnrNet Price 55o Overcoats and Raincoats Besrular Price 91.00.. Our Net Price 76o soo to $1.50 PUBS Prom ladles' Plain Coat Snits Kegrular Price Xiadles' Plain Skirts Herular Price X.adiei' OLDBARBEE Bet Madl-son-stre- et Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. INCORPORATED. Both Phones 2635. iQnHHMMNflMMHMHHHH 426 South Fifth St. JNO.T.BARBEE&CO. rr."" iMMMIMMfi 'r!-li- itt BE SURE TO CALL FOR 4M"H-DR. J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. McKENNA M WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. , I"er, n"tMMMMMmiHHMMHMMIIMtHl i H. McKenna, Distiller. Fairfield. Ky.