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Kentucky Irish American: February 29, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916022901_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: February 29, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t RINTING DO FIRST CLASS WORK - tv M le This Olfice Your Next Order. &LUME XXXVI.-- NO Kentucky Irish American 9. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1916. n SMOKE El Nomo 10c WiuToeSc" Union Made Cigars. PRICE FIVE CENTS. H ator Charles H. Knight, W. O. facts. Ho shows how "principle iwimwi nww uwi mm imj fim9mJTixZ Head, Charles F. Grainger, R. W. and practices, clearly subversive of Bingham, James B. Camp, J. Will-lafaith and morality, are openly rmmmMmMwmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmwmmtmm'mmm Miller, Judgo Sam Greene. as essential to progress and Charles For City Treasurer Man, it Is asserted, has civilization. Milliken. Andrew M. Sea, W. H. passed beyond the stage of minMeffcrt. ority and tutelage. Ills own will Is B. Dissensions Have Broken Out For City Auditor George ho Plot to Poison at Mun- the source and origin of all morality Barrett, Owen Cochran, George B. and law. And his will is that of tho and Threaten the Camps in Banquet at Chicago Coder. brute, which folows Its Instincts; for For Tax Receiver Ed Bowman, of Bigotry. cmonstratcs. he Is only a fully developed brute, W. H. McKlnley, Adolph Schmltt. whose paradise consists on satisfyFor Jailer Charles Foster, Mar- ing, in a refined and civilized way, jvln Hart, John R. Pflanz. cravings of the heart." And! EHiHLf all the I Committee on Inquiry Finds kised Arc Startling when the refined and civilized wayrfj f ling, Dr. E. Duncan. fall, as he points out, revolution and' Much Graft and Fraud In Judgo Police Court Judge S. J. For Most Careful violence offer a ready and "leglti? Boldrlck, Clem Hugglns. Banks. Study. m iSEiDiW .aafWlim.K9K. J&sHBMls ,iuFnPKWKjn'BKBBHV9lr7jBSCf . JDiiiflHiJJJJJJJJJJJJIJJI mate" substitute. Bailiff Edward O'Connor, WillThe Chicago affair, it must be , G. Harding. iam membercd, is but one of slmUw Clerk Police Court William Hol-lcof desperate unconoir evidences Harry Leachman, Harry Nehan. Menace Comes in For Hard poisonous and Dc- - which the nast few years Prosecuting Attorney Nathan country. ThJ Kahn, Hunter Burke, Neal Funk. shown us In this Knocks For Associating Faro Spread Among County Attorney A. Scott Bulcalled lower classes, steeped Inf With Crooks. litt, Robert L. Page, Mazyck the People. materialistic pnnosopny wuicni O'Brien. seeped down to tnem irom tne, ntnnno County Clerk William Holley, P. inuirn ii tif Aril Ml fit! Ifitt vn In (tNM iituiiii uiiu it,ut iiii4h'!.Tr S. Ray, Charles McDevItt. Ing for the good things of thecal Sherlff-i-Joh- n J. Barry, Herman FURTHER LIGHT ON SITUATION HUE FOR AN AWAKENING wnicii uiuj regaru a mo uii wjj Cohn, D. H. Russell. career, turn to tne linj' life's County Assessor Edward Bren-naof destruction for their r Mor&e English, W. F. Stockvictory. Is It not time tUkt ton. t Ofl nl. fl M Dissensions have broken out In I CSJlllOtUlU pent and surprise have wnnnAnnltiln " .w .w.mi.ip Z!W V J For County Judge Judgo Sam tbj ws nave caused tiiese actions! ranks of bigotry. A movement Greene, Judge Mulr Welsslncer. flirt rnvaloHnna In Oil Inn tm i brought to task? Can weft is on foot to dopose three men FIRST AND LATEST 8UBMAUINES. Tyler Barnett. who lfe from the attempt to poison alarm only when polsonsi State Senators H. have been shaping the destinies Below is the first submarine made by Holland, the Inventor, a toy compared with the type of German Charles Jiop Aiundoiein anu tue guests mite are invoKeu agai of Knight, William M. Duffy. during the submarine above. This infant American strides industry has mado tremendous the "patriotic orders." A circular banquet In his honor. The called higher classes as, rlJltfSKpir For County Commissioners war, due to their effective uses as shown by the Germans. fr aas been sent out from ifnnnnc ru. Wide and oven international professors calmly go oh Squires Frank Dacher, Ben mhkf calling tho scheme to wage warfare on their pupils with icon njtMBpwgavfts , John O'Brien, C. C. Wheeelr, action. on sets membership for drastic Llastlcs, churches and the so- - and our rich continue It forth that very quietly fWard .TENTS. Joseph Muennlnghoff, H. E. Craw- delegates OMIXG propertied classes has shown themselves as responsJbhr lit; their wer0 chosen who met on ford, George W. Berry and R. O. a Ipse of the discontent that ex- - lives only to themselvesr. ETruly it certain day In a certain city to inDorsey. March 1 Euchre land lotto of quire Into the status of the order pub- lilow tho surface of our society Is time for an awakenlSg; Ladies' Auxiliary at Hibernian Hall. and discovered that the organization The facts lie conscience on thlsTsco-rek for expression. March 1 and 2 Mackin Council was rotten to the core. Ti.io os led are certainly most serious C. B. of 3 V. euchro and lotto at' club house, cular bears the caption, "Result of lartllng, calling for careful Twenty-sixt- h streot. j Committee of Inquiry Into the AdAction kand consideration. Delayed Enforcement of Home Preferred to Itoosevell For PresMarch 6 Sacred concert at St. ministration of the AfTnlrs nf l, land immediate will no doubt ident by Itulc Act lias Dampened Philip Neri's churcji, evening at Secret Society Known as the P's " iut In great measure the The American Citizen 8:15 o'clock. KcerultiiiK. sent "ymuodlment or tne pneiiom- and tho Menace come In for some hard Tjio men ocnceniuu in m March C Mammoth euchre party lon knocks, the latter being charged wilt nrpsent conspiracy will proDauiy do and reception at Columbia Athletic associating with crooks. apprehended and severely dealt with. Club. C21 East St. Catherine. Tho following Gov. Stanley Belnjr Hnrily AdCountry ltcalis-.eThat Kngland But any euorts to reacn uie March 17 St. Patrick's day celeI are made: Call a recommendations II$ causes of the trouble must convention this vised Opinion of Democrats Xot Stood Squarely d Has bration, auspices A. O. H., In year, 191G, and depose those graftgo beyond tmpse measures of punishHall. ers; work In harmony with all other Generally. by Bill. ment. patriotic orders; let strict business It can be no wonder at all, as a methods be used by nil who ar0 in matter of fact that audi things gathering that occupied every availoffice In the order; observe what is have happened Vs have now been able foot of space. Solemn vespers Prospective Kntries in Biff Politgoing on In your locality and keep The Aet Is Due to Become Opera was celebrated by the pastor, Rev. discovered. Then aro but the fruit for future use; establish a patriotic ical IJaces of Next of tho teachings which have been Francis Felten, who was assisted by tive on St. Patrick's paper where decent women will not promulgated from university rosa largo number of clergy from the Year. be Insulted when working on It. Day. trum, scientific treatise and learned city churches, and the sermon was Tho following extracts from tho philosophic dissertation for the last preached by the Bishop, The occacircular shed further light on the sion was the completion of the few hundred years. They are but situation: frescoing and other ' Improvements the natural development of our "Tho Grand Master Is In the habit of the church, which now presents BEES BUZZING IN ftlANY BONNETS NEED OF AN IRISH whole "modern trend." The Idea ASSEMBLY of proclaiming to would-b- e a beautiful appearanfce. of purely subjective morality, begun members mm that there are 10,000 adherents of with the Protestant revolution, that the order In such and such a city unto himself, develIX KKCKXT man was a law Just before the holidays It was and 10,000 members In another city oped and elaborated in the course of Tho delayed enforcement of the that could and so on, but on investigation it lald to rest piedlcted in these columns Miss Mary Villlerv the succeeding generations, home rule act has dampened Irish Sunday afternoon, a conloom up Roosevelt was found to be untrue. It is al-- , t funetal serv- - ,tender"for would Republicanasnomina- have no other logical result. In the enthusiasm in favor of recruiting Ices being held at ways shameful to He and a liar is IChurchjof ,the name of science have doctrines now yearwas very and of England's cause Jn the war. Our Lady. She hadj enajwwMmtj tion . befdreT-thereJ iUbleJUgad lau nfi ttp Q nntsnnous and destructive been t mLHiin,dmiui.iaui.imamiuutigt am prw J2JU4iibZttLjtf r rm, ifc?.Tprr. n .m? inffii rrC-.s u,p Uffpypr Trn.yi pnr. wouTur33T "well" RnnlntprT vlfh''hlm"n Tnlnlf.. nfftl, favorite" sons' booms country evidently realizes that Eng- at 804 North Thirty-fift- h streeffor to we fight pie; and what other fruits couldnow, Reformed Episcopal church and a land has not stood tSiunrely by the many years. Two nephews, Charles monget together and Teddy the comwhich we see expect than those captured enemy before lawyer from Albany, N. Y. Tho bill. War conditions, says New Ire- and Moses Vllller, survive her. ............. bald and naKeu in men merely to the Republican nomination and conGrand Master and Reformed Episcoland, have made the financial mado ness? Man is not Funeral services were held over vention. Several students of the pal minister who holds the office clauses "ridiculous," and Irishmen game doubted and theorize; he endeavors to put his of Grand Recorder have appointed "are confronted with the spectacle of the remains of David Henulng, of political see the RoughthisRider's these theories Into practice. When street, at St. Joseph's couldn't themselves to their own positions an English administrator In Dublin 248 Spring It Is with a microscope. 111 theories arc evil and likewise bo until 1917. These are the men who proceeding to forestall the economies church. The deceased had been was chances unnecesary to add that all hardly can not but for tho results cry our for American Ideals, and which must be the key to tho future not nine months and his death or this has come to pass and the unexpected. Surviving him are they violate tho very principle of success" of the measure. conviction Is growing daily that If past havo learned thinkers , his wife, Louisa Hennlng, and In the Ik American democracy by appointing The outbreak of the war and the sons, George, Joseph, Hnrry four Roosevelt has any opposition for tho BRIG. GEN. DR. P. NEWTON. already pointed and and acute observers urged the need "M """,',j ' rulers until Order In Council of last September Frank Henning. P Republican nomination in tho condoctor who received themselves absolute An American to these facts and have twice delayed the fulfillment vention it will be In a sort of a the highest Russian honors, Includ- 1917. In tho case of the lawyer of a vital remedy in the cessation MOHEAU. of tho nation's aspirations. A third from Albany we find that as chief way and not worthy of ing the Cross of St. Andrew. of MLLE. EMILLIENNE Martin O'Brien, born in Galway, of such education. A number arorganizer of tho order he draws a This French girl of seventeen was postponement would exasperate it. Ireland, eighty-fou- r years ago, but mention. Shortly after this predicyears ago a popular magazine pf salary of ?15,000 per year and awarded the Croix do Guerro for Joseph Dolan's "Ardee" letter has over sixtv years a resident of this tion was made a well known and THE GERMAN WAR. ticle, "Blasting at tho Rock tlueatens repeatedly that if he does put the case forcibly for Immediate city, died Sunday morning. His son, sagacious political leader of this what was being killing live Germans. showed Ages." uome ruie. in it ne insisted on tne Thomas O Brlen. with whom colleges and univerhe city made the prediction that the O'Neal enthused not have his own way he will return Attorney Merit taught in our to Albany and expose the other two. would veer creation of a national demand for lived at 012 South Shelby street; a TAKES RIGHT STAND. a large and appreciative audience sities and what the results of an Immediate solution "which would daughter, Mrs. J. W. Boroon, and around to support of Wilson, and last Sunday night at St. Peter's All other orders wero to tako second In his famous teaqhlngs would be. great survive him. especially so If Roosevelt was to be Hall, when he delivered a stirring place to this one, tho Guardians of United Statfcs Attorney General give the Irish party the momentum eight grandchildren novel, "Tho Disciple," the The funeral was necessary to win a held Tuesday his opponent, as tho latter went a German war un Liberty, the Junior Order of United Paul Bourget has shown how the Gregory made public in Washlngon the war lasts;" ho settlement while morning from St. Mary Magdalen's great deal out of his way to want- address on "The of e on Monday night a letter to Charles showed that the the bt. vinconi American Mechanics, tho Knights of der the auspices of modern philosophers theories only insult the Germans and evchurch. ot vital de Paul Conference of St. Peter's Luther, the Knights of Malta, tho being tragically put into Praotlfe. C. McCrory, of Ellaville, Ga., stating question wasIrishmen, urgency to This prediction parish. that Unionists President Ellert presided Patriotic Order of the Sons of AmerJurist, The celebrated German article , Prof. the position of thoto Department of ery class of The of Mrs. Margaret has also been verified, as events of and William M. Iliggins introduced ica and the Orangemen were conscirie Justice In regard prosecution of and Ulstermen aro as much con- Raggio, funeral Lelpsic. in an Sohn. of the past week have shown, many the speaker. Mr. O'Neal was em- sidered to bo of very little Imbeloved wife of n Thomas E. Watson, tho Georgia ed- cerned in freeing the country from John Raggio, was heldPatrolman years ago on present day leaders In the Monday In his utter- portance, and wherever possible any acta of violence which itor, on charges of sending through overtaxation as the most ardent Na- morning from St. Patrick's church, East rallying to tho support of phatic and forceful and a quarter touched upon m indecent mat- tionalists. He made it clear that In of which she was a most devout Wilson, and in a general election ances. For an hour spellbound and or all of these were to bo ruined and tho malls obscene and had been commuted, anu ,iBnCu absorbed into the sccrot order. . . . great Increase will tako held his hearers question as to whore the teachlfes ter. The letter answers protests of tho spring a taxes already burdening member. Her death followed an this means much, as that vote has ho handling of tho subject showed "The famous organizer defrauded Congress place In the ur&d Georgia had of which members operation performed several weeks always, been identified with the Re- his reof materialism research and study. He Buffalo, Rochester acts had originated. athclsVi, against reported plans of the depart- tho nation with more than double ago. Besides her husband, she is publican party, especially in the careful England's history and made the order iri In New York State and these viewed and other places ment to prosecute Watson outside of the weight of those under which survived by two daughters, Misses North and West. he wrote, "is "Where." or her treat People throughout the State, striking comparisons witn mat oi In Chicago, 111. Ho took money from unveiled, taught with tie Georgia on the ground that a fair England labors, and demanded that Estelle and Helen Raggio, and veiled or d members and left tho Atf trial could not be nao in mat oiuie. Ireland secure some adequate pro. three brothers, Patrick, William and regardless of political affiliations, ment of this country groatest force and emphasis? who had always been our are utterly disgusted with the dally Germany,Deprecating tho attitude of them and never sent a ritual or any points to the educu The Attorney General makes it plain portion of tho war expenditure James Beaman. In answering he friend. which has created such an industrial thin routino of the Legislature upon tho tho American press, who are ap- paraphernalia to them, and tho tlon of the day. "Thosebooks .it that he will not hesitate to institute boom In English Industry, to which ReMaster criminal proceedings against Watson Matt Cassln, cousin of Assistant liquor question, and for which tho parently subsidized, one New York Grand knew alland tho Grand of which are written In the this and instead rests upon a without perIreland contributes .nnn anA fndents. these It IB an( in some other jurisdiction If ho Is ceptible returns. He finally exposed Fire Chler Michael CaBsln and for responsibilitypreachers and llttlo set press agent of England receiving corder fanatical $25,000 monthly for misleading the dismissing him as a crook, they tako are bein( convinced that Federal statutes have twenty-nin- e years with the Robinson-- of political nnthinc- else which him to Philadelphia, whero tho minIt was hoped aloud on tho street cor been violated outside or ueorgia, or the need of an Irish assembly to Company, died Monday grafters. Stanley would lendero this public, ho pointed out tho achievepreached his aid ments of Germany In science, tho ister has a church, and thero they our sins that a fair trial can not be had there. Brotoct Irish industries and to or morning at his home, 2203 Boiling that Gov. rrne nenuuy " nnra .... . a quietus him this ques-. nf TnftHp.ft national resources and w. uoirajnu-i- " now novers auuvo un nnA ftlir " llmM. .. e says me nnnni.tmnntWatson has ganize the country for tho economic avenue. He bad been 111 for seven to putting many are aonlittle disap- arts, medicine, music toand manu launch on a forth on an unsuspecting tion and largo salary ot $15,000 prepare the Humanity, public to i,ow that of the nineteenth b benenclal ,lata Bemonths with throat trouble. rt is the education that ho has muddled tho factures, all England could only boast of a year. How convenient, now long wjuhm.. upheaval that must follow the war. sides his widow, Mrs. Eliza Cassln, pointed by u """Molated tne section ui century which preacueB waters attempting to force a while will bo thero will depend on the The homo rule act Is due to be- ho is oi nf the educationAnna j nmiiihiHnt? tne mans to uu- rt by sons, Carroll, substitute bill through, which in conquest of small nations, love of he WCQVIti i Incoming 1fin uu-and then he will neither come operative on March 17, tho dato Allen, survived and four a number of and that ncne matter Joseph, and two every lino is foreign to tho prin- the dollar and applause was noted bo sent to shekelsother largo center." John the eighteenth century, bu some freOrder In treats nor slander will affect his rjn which the on which,Council ter- daughters, Helen and Marie Cassln, ciples of Democracy and Democratic authors. The education of tne nineiuumu the The committee finds that tho adif further when ho finminates, and ty as a public omciai in tne ca tury carry the embyronlc revoluhas been hinted at that quent and hearty, and nuspenslon takes place, the order The funeral took place Wednesday doctrine. It at Louisville especially, ished Mr. O'Neal was surrounded ministration of tho order la rotteng its womb. When this George's church. It Is aimed morning from St. tion within and con- to tho core, and the Menace Is or must bo renewed, CHANGING rULTCTvS. tho principal purpose of which Is by clergy and others revolution has been born, child and and abetting in this fraud. It gratulated. "IT there Is to be any renewal of day philosophy our present Morgan to place the Democratic machinery Mrs. The gives warning that tho power that the existing order," says New Ire- Schupp, death of of tho Mary Maurico in tho hands of men in Louisville season a in Its fury destroy luring the Lenten teachings, it will lato made it can unmake it, with this HELP ROYS ALONG. land, "it can only bo by the delib- Schupp, widow the Catholic pastors will it nwn mother upon whose very Thursday morning at whose only claim to recognition is parting shot: "Bo careful, the Amerierate policy of tho Irish party." Al- her home,on337 East Oak street, was that they were for Stanley origat the miinits life blood It has been nourished. The officers and directors of tho can patriotic people will not tolerate fears that same Maurice Carrlero has emphasized 8rHces, beginning March 14 and though the may Journal and with cause for profound sorrow to the inally. Now bear In mind, this Twin City Baseball League aro fur- Immoral advances to a girl who may .....il ...v the consent be given, friends and acquaintances class wero for Stanley originally, thering a movement to raise funds be dependent on that scoundrel for the same facts in nis reiutuiuli u comnuing unui nuiy terras, manyknew and admired priests: but never mado a showing in either who of the well known monist Hstlncludes the following France out any thought of obtaining her for the ideas Redmond and lovable traits of chaarctor and her the primary or general election, and for maintenance ot the league this her livelihood. In the meantime we it admits that Messrs. enHaeckel, whose eightieth birthday RolThomas White, of fit. season and havo sent out letters re- say to all concerned, Beware!" Connor, of Dillon have not been afraid to toll dearing nature. George bmo; Although in poor if It wasn't for tho regular Demowas celebrated with such great re- of AjUIam; Rev. Rov. John T. Hill, of St. tho Government that the policy of health for flvo months, Mrs. Schupp cratic organization in November it questing donations of ono dollar country In 19ii. St. joicings In this each from prominent friends and cease, Brey, of Holy INSTALLATION. Pointing to the fallacy of endeavor- Ann Rev. Colestine D. Kalaher, of orlopllng Irish Industries must homo was a cheerful companion and her would have been Gov. Morrow today followers. All local ball followers Eagerly looking forward to loss will be keenly felt by her son, Instead of Stanley. If given con- aro Indebted to the Twin City for between Crofj Rev. John G. W. Schuh-maing to draw a dividing line Monday night tho Columbia AthLolumba; Rev. rule, Ireland finds no encourage- Morgan P. Schupp, and her surviv- trol they would bo powerless In an tho clean baseball furnished by that scientific and practical materialism, St. of St, John; Rev. Oscar election, their reign being Injurious body since Its inauguration, setting letic Club Installed Us Board of Diment in the speech from tho throno ing relntlves, Deceased was the as Haeckel strives to do, Carrlero and officers for tho year of St Philip Nerl; Rev. at the reassembling of Parliament. daughter or Mr. ind .Mrs. Thomas to the party in both city and State. an example which has won a wide rectors Dr. William F. Rlcde directsavs 191G, .TohaT. O'Connor, of Holy Name; No reference whatever was maue to Morgan and a sister of Miss e Thero are many well wishers for reputation. mi, if Mm notrnleurs fthoso rad Rov. Constantino Scharf, O. F. M., The league has also sot ing the work In a most satisfactory speech closing with Irish Morgan., She had spent her Gov. Stanley and his administration practiced violence), no of si Peter uiavor; nov. riuutj tho affairs, the that icals who Parliament life in St. Louis Bertrand's parish, here and It is hoped that ho will a standard for the real classification manner. Following are tho officers: statement cream of amateur players and ono which at St. Vincent finanless than the members of tho President Ben C. Beckman, to J, Kller, assistant announced eacn would be nsked to make due of the and as Dot Morgan was a favorite reconsider and turn a deaf ear to It Is predicted will be adopted by of society, conformed their lives Vice President Ed J. Score. do these petty politicians who have no tho national amatour organizations It will bo cial provision for tho conduct young and old. Her funeral and lust Sundi during Lent which priest war. The Premier announced that with be Treasurer B. D. Brumleve, the ideas of debauchery will held this morning from St. following or prestige. In so doing AH of those Financial Secretary 31. 0. Camp for pleasure which their knowledge will i at the church that week. a very largo vote of credit would Louis Bertrand's with solemn re- he will be serving his party and en- in the near future. lettors should who have received theoretitrenching himself In the good make quick returns and encouargo ion. bo asked. Sketching briefly the f- quiem jnass at 0 o'clock. had given them. When tho Recording and Corresponding Secgraces of tho real Democratic workcal brutallzation of mankind has inancial condition pf tho country, ho WELCOME VISITOR .. the boys in their manly enterprise. retary William C. Fox. ers. said that at present tho daily war become .L.nnHnn the generally ?art of nf- his nature, Tiathv DEVOTED TO ST. JOSEPH. Marshal Frank Wernert, Sr. amounted to about It is tho custom In the racing oi expenditures LOIHCU ThriRev. Brother Jsauore, tuiivviii.if INITIATE NEW MEMHEHS. hiB brutall- - Baltii: e, who is the Head or tne twenty-fiv- e Doodkeepor 'Fred Segar. game to mako nominations a long million .dollars, with no there inevitably follows on Is devoted to the veneration way Custodian Edward ahead for tho big stake races, uie "".. Xavie n Brothers in this country. prospect of a reduction. On Janu of MarchJoseph. This saint Is 7Rtlon In practice; as St. Washington's the the the Derby, Kentucky icial Young Men'sbirthday is day, offt welcome visitor nere nnxi ary l the nation's war expenditures head of the Holy Family, the uni- the Kentucky kasd when he rises above rec- will (brother and Institute Every officer and director waBi Isadora will be the "had reached a figure which would versal patron of the church, our Oaks, Douglas Handicap, etc, and In celebration thereof Mackln Counmerely senBual with the fuller the week, upon aud responded wlthj ognition of mind, treo fill and the guest j honor at the St, Francis strain its resources for a genera- helper in all necessities, and is ven- the same pretty nearly applies to cil conducted a very successful Initia- called of encouragement and pi words the political game, the Kentucky him, Xavleriollege Alumni banquet next tion. Image of the divine erated throughout the Catholic Irish American having compiled the tion Monday night, when a splendid dictions that the club would and humane con- Thursu- - night, when covers will virtue of lueticdeveloped. world. The greater and more mani- following list of possible starters in class of young men were received yance more tills year than eyeij ST. AUGUSTINE'S. be laldhr 300. The dinner will be are siderations fold our needs, the stronger silould the big stake races of next year, Into the order. The "work of the were urged to bring their rrlfl served the new gymnasium erectertlwt book, In his and confidence la degree team was exceptionally O'Donnghue through Colthe big lotto to De lie Hi Right site W'Uv(" the sea- - ed on le old school afford onoppor- -- visited St.Rev. Bishop chureh, Thir- be our fervor loving intereession the some only be classed rumors, while1 and made a splendid impression, good the last social event until aFi World in Which powerful and and of others can Augustine's as official en-. nr tita "Kcienc ui lefe stht, and will nmi imib ri was followed by an enjoyable smoker When the meeting adjouit tuolty lr the renewal of imany teenth and. Broadway, last Sunday St. Joseph, to whom we should 'pray tries. Make your selections now: music and luncheon wij For Mayor A. Scott Bullitt, tSen- - and social session, evening, when he was greeted by a dally. schoolboy day.. ADICALISM miiiiiiniiinii mi m ed m KNAVERY - mm 1 - y, e 1 n, Vl I iwi. J Shul-ma- n, i f7 , IRELAND WILSON . i lunuu-ment- al n s Ber-tran- $$&BKBL W. yjaatf r -- . J P hate-beari- ng a' - ' half-heart- ed . German-America- ns German-- Americans. Gorman-America- . newly-Initiate- - Norton . A 1 1 Yl a-- iu uu a -- ,ald-In- num-bet- of ex-fhl- tra mid-we- ek w. ni Ack-ormtl- n. Kath-crln- P, ac-;- ib k V . ?j.r"orStanttbeMlw"' . I JS? I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SOGIETY. I THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE UM aad Caikellca to tbe Soclsl sad M oral AaHCCeeat oi Irish Aner Officially Indorsed by Anolant Order of Hibernians, Young Men's tBltnt and CatboHc Knights of America. kn E. F. McKelrnan left Saturday for a visit to Detroit. Miss Rachel O'Bryan has had as KHNTUCKY INISH AMSKICAN PRINTINQ CO., Incorporated, fubllher her guest Miss Cecilia Mattingly, of SINQLB COPY ae Uardstown. SVBSCRIPTION MRICB, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR Kmfminimm INCORPORATED Co - We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates. - tortus all ConaiaDlcitlous l!ntr4 m tk LeloHU Pottttlle to th 8 onJ-CU- jJ fUttaf. 319-2- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, West Qrcea St. Miss Frances Corrigan will entertain a number of friends at cards this afternoon. Miss Mary Virginia Campbell has been visiting at Bnrdstown, the guest of Miss Lyda Lltsey. Half Thousand New Spring Suits For Women and Misse! SS (TRADES raff! COUNCIL FEBRUARY 29, 1916. LOUISVILLE, KY. .SATURDAY, Miss Reglna Constantino, a popular Jeffersonville girl, has gone to Indianapolis to live. Mr. and Mrs, Georgo Montgomery have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lowry at Leltchfield. Miss Anne Duckman had as her guest the past week Miss Edna Barry, of New Haven. Miss Mary Joe Burch visited her sister, Mrs. Richard Bowling, at New Haven the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pooley have had ns their guest Miss Llzette Seiner, of Norh Vernon. t KsooreKSKiotfrKxsssOTJi PROTESTANT MINISTER'S TRIBUTE. achievements of masterful workmanship and artisti fitylSf interpretations. tTtTT, .... ....n. latmuglHmv ..i.i ah tius asacmuiagt: ui 9jiiug a. .si- - wo CAjuuii iiit..'' uuius iu;- Most Original and Distinctive Innovations For J9J6 ttdtasu c.;.. You will find the picked fashions of the world's creations in Beautiful Suits embracing- all the charms novelty, individuality and exclusiveness. Attention ot the Junior Order, Guardians of Liberty, Menace boosters and other sham patriots, who would deny the rights of Catholics In the upbuilding of the American republic. Is called to the tribute of Rev. Frank M. Thomas, pastor of the Fourth Avenue Methodist Episcopal church, South, this city, who In his address delivered at the Washington birthday celebration In St. Mark's church said, In referring to the part played by Gen. George Rogers Clark and the Catholic colonists: "It was on July 4, 177(1, Mint the reiirocntutiws of the colonies .sounded out Mint Declaration of Independence which lias not censed to proclaim liberty throughout the world, and it was on tho midnight of July 4, 1778, that George Rogers Clark drove deep into the territory or tho Northwest the Makes of empire. "Having succeeded beyond hN expectations, Clark turned his Father Gibault, n priest of attention toward Vincennes. Kasknskia, and Dr. IiO Font, principal of Mie .Tcoult Seminnry there, ventured to muko the trip to Vincennes, seeking to win the settlement to the American cause without Mio aid of soldiers. Gibault easily persuaded the Inhabitants of Vincennes to transfer their allegiance, and in face of popular sentiment Mio few British soldiers there could mnke no resistance and withdrew to Detroit. Let all who would keep alive on American soil the bitterness that was fanned by Mie Unities of religious prejudice in the Old World recall how much America owes to Catholic explorers and men like Gibault and TiO Font who dared everything for American freedom." iESHaiffiglKKSSKSKI NATIONAL UNIVERSITY. million dollars of Income tax to keep up the British army and navy. In America we must have a great navy. Part of its duty will be to protect Astor's houses on Manhattan Island. And tho thought of the citizens who pay for that navy will bo tho possibility of war with tho greatest fleet In tbe world, which is the fleet of England- - So you have Astor taking out of New York City many million's of dollars every year, now giving more than a million dollars of the money to build up tho British navy that this country some day may have to fight." GEORGIA'S RECORD. 1 j Spring Suits of Cloth are shown in all the new colors, such as hay, ' corn, spriner wheat, heather, storm eray, also tho staple MBA and black. Various size smart checks, in black and wBitt? All sizes Beautiful SilK Suits ruffled coat styles, designed on the normal w! .finished with new collar and cuff effects. Skirts are f 2the waistline. They are in gros de londre, taffeta anjj iand cloth combinations. Beautiful new shades- tJir $75 $65 $55 $45 $35 !53 New Blouses of "Will o' the Wisp" and Other Materials r3Bf 115 & y. 95 wV &7R New Silk Frocks bright new models, all showing the influence of the with dainty waists. They ai supple taffeta and Georgette; either alone or in combinalitl Effects. Newest spring shades; all sizes Ifc. fSV $fiK VffWW KK ftdR If M fc3l f Attorney Robert T. Burke was this week a guest of the Hotel New York City. are on their honeymoon trip, rived last week In Cuba. Joseph C. Michael and bride, who E ar- g They are aristocrats in style and material. Some are of the 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 shades, variously embellished skirt vogue and completed $9.75 $7.50 $6.50 $5.65 $3.95 $75 $65 $50 $35 $2 Miss Lucille Schleman spent several days last week with Miss Jessio Bnnnon on tho Bafdstown road. Mrs. Francis X. Rapier, of Now Haven, was here tho past week visiting her sister, Mrs. Imelda Carrlco. lllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHHSIIIillllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllll Wm RE, LOTTO, SUPP1 ' The Bertrand Athletic Club will entertain with a dance Monday evening, February 28, in Bertrand Hall. SE& ' BENEFIT OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCH TUESD$Vf FEB. 29, AND WEDNESDAY, "'- - MARC AFTERNOON AND NIGHT OR NOT. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hillenmoyer, of Lexington, were hero last week 2 for a visit to Mrs. Hilienmoyer's New Blend. church made great progress in that furnished more Iynchings last' year mother, Mrs. M. F. Relling. part of Pennsylvania. Bishop Shan-alm- u KNtGilTS Oi' IJOLIIMBUS All $25.00 Winter than any other sixteen States put JOHN M. MULLOY, was ordained January 2, 1869, Suits nnd Overcoats Miss Louise Tnlbott has reurned together, having a third of the total and was consecrated May 1, 1899, 212 West Market. after to Holy Rosary Academy for tho United Stntes, and bids fair spending a week with her mother, when ho became tho third Bishop ot Late News That Will Interest to break its record this year, lynch- Mrs. Annie Tnlbott, at Bardstown. the diocese. Members Here and ing eight negroes last month. It is SAVING EFFECT. ORDER OP SIARTIIA. T E BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT ami Mrs. John Bennon and Mr. no wonder that Watson pursues a It's a Clearance Sale that means Tho terrible affair "connected with course of vile and filthy vllllflcation, little son, who were the guests ot That excellent Catholic women's E. J. O'Brien, in the Chicago banquet and welcomo feeling safe in the courts of his Mr. and Mrs. their home In Jr., have organization, the Order of Martha, There will bo a Joint Initiation on much to you. And remember, got Chicago. returned to auxiliary of the Catholic Church Ex- March 5 by tho councils of Notre this Clearanco Sale youordinto tho Most Rev, ArchbiBhop Munde-lel- n home State. greater reductions than Society, in an address to Dame and South Bend, Ind. arily ;ln addition to the regular has had the offect of opening Miss Mabel Laughlln has returned tension tho Catholic women of the United Knlghs are raising a clearance reductions you get tho Milwaukee to Sacred Heart Academy after a States, asks what aro they doing tho oyes of a great many people to STAY AT HOME. week-en- d saving which is tho result of tho visit to her parents, Mr. for the cause of American Catholic fund of $5,000 to found a scholarthe anarchistic danger that is conship at St. Francis Seminary. The determination of Kugland and Mrs. Nenl Laughlln, In increased cost of men's clothing, education, and then says: stantly with us, as well as to tho and her allies to arm their merchant Next Great preparation has been made due to tho war. Fall "You know tho need or religious clothes Berlous consequences that are fol Hhips (for defence, inoryah!) should training of children, not only for for tho exemplification of the three siderablylike these will cost conmore. Tho Salo offers was the sake of the children, but for tho degrees at Muncie, Ind., on March 5. McManus Miss Elizabeth lowing tho movement meet with favor at the hands of our an opportunity that every shrewd Next week thoro will bo activity host to the Sarto Literary Club this sake of the nation. You know that throughout tho country. Had this administration, Inasmuch as It will buyer in Louisville will hasten week at the homo of her aunt, Mrs. a in Kansas plot succeeded the foremost men in relievo it of tho necessity, real or John Egan, 1038 King street, New at materialistic, irreligious nation is Lawrence, with initiations at Seneca, the beginning of its decline. You Manhattan and Kingman, to take advantage of. tho religious, commercial, political, pretended, of watching the German Albany. know that tho only way to preservo Conferring tho three decrees on III the late id aewStv aandShapti tho spirit of genuino Americanism, a ciasa of forty-threfinancial and professional life of submarines, and incidentally of trye Lawrence W. Kieffer and bride, the Ideals that brought tho United nt .TnfwRnn Mio im,i tho council uciuuau rit ai rifrcBDie prieM, nnn nr ti,n Chicago, Protestant. Catholic and ing to shape its course in a manner who was Miss Clara E. Jacques, States of America to the place of lew, would have been murdered. that will give the least oftense to hnvo returned from their honeymoon a world power, is by Inculcating the: biggest days in its history.. . attended are and For some time the banquet guests iho , voter on tho ono trip andstreet. at homo at 2422 St. spirit of religion in the hearts and ve!i,ors ulnd(r the auspices minds and souls of tho boys Xavier were in a painful state of doubt, but hand and tho more St. Mary's unreasonable Co,lonT girls of the growing generation. Third and Market. fortunately their fears were soon on the other. Germany's Miss Louise Hinkebeln, of New You know that tho fear of God is church, Long Tsland City. Cut Flowers for all occasions. dispelled, none only announcement that on and after a Albany, suffering Father James J. Barry was given surprised the most potent moral force In tho was pleasantly n Spclal attention given no man nnd a pleasant surprise by the Knights momentary Illness. certain duto all allied ships will be when her birthday anniversary was world. You know that 'of Humboldt,' Kns., In honor of his and Irma, who has been grappling Jrders. celebrated by tho members of tho no nation may live without it. attacked without warning by "her Whirligig Club. with tho .. in tho East. ,,-- ,. "Then why not do your part? birthday at their last meeting. FOOD FOR THOUGHT. '& MC.UNCK LU. .submarines and commerce destroyWhy not gIVO your mite to tho With lio Inlllntlnn nt tlilrfv ran. It is pretty hard to choose as tojDEVY m- Misses Bezle Hannan, Nell Welch, causo of religious education? Since aidates last week Union Council, of wnicn or tnese win De tno most ers,, in retaliation for England's at INCORPORATED. We hear much from our of Chicago, and Mollie Collins, of Syracuse, attains a membership ot tmAc4fncv nfwl Mm ttaaf lln c tnnti nnti Ave.. Loaiavllle. Kv. press in regard to the tempt to starve her into submission, St. Louis, aro on a trip to Palm Catholic, endowed with religious 1,332 and moved into first place in take no chances bv misslnc rlthH0"7 'I T?AontafY ennto nru nmir nn cnla hyphenated Anierlcan and the ac- would undoubtedly be productive of Beach nnd Cuba, and returning they liberty, with the power and the New York State. much annoyance for the administrawill spend sonic time in Now York ability to teach your religion untivities ot the German-AmericanIndianapolis Council will hold hampered, why not give to other INJURIES NOT SERIOUS. but there is never a mention of the tion did the merchant marine ot tho and the East. children what you would wish for open meetings for prospective members this evening and Monday night. your own, a decent, Americans who owe their allies remain unarmed. The arming Mrs. Anna Blrkel announces the Mrs. Mary Savage, seventy-eif- it Application gflM:t:CT;fc1;M;Vi3sa d for membership are beflrstalleglanqe to dear King George, of these ships, however, puts them engagement of her daughter. Miss honorable, practical, vears old. fell down the stairs Jin warship class and makes of Mayme Blrkel, to Joseph R. Walter, education. The way Is easy. It is ing read every week. and of whom WiUl'fm Waldorf Astor into the Tuesday at tho home of her daiih- no faraway field. The Order of st ter, Mrs. Julia Dalton, 2705 It a striking example, ' In reference them a proper target for the enemy's the wedding to take place on Tues Is a leaguo of your boys aa rtncon that win INVITES A TRIAL. day morning, March 7, at St. An- Martha women organized American globe-trotteChestnut street, suffering brpes SIv will thereprepar thm for Ilia. Catholic for the to his case the New.'.York American guns. Our thony's church. No invitations will establishment and maintenance of tho dislocation of James McKelrnan, well known to and a slightTho speakd of the stream'' of gold that fore Mud it advisable to confine their be issued. Irs. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE fall rendered mission schools In connection with the department storo nnd retail shoulder. goes to Afator In England, the prin- peregrinations to their qwn conthe chapels of tho Catholic Church trade ot Louisville and the Falls Savago unconscious, and for ajimo 113 W. Broadway, SoalkrUla, Xy. get of a pretty baby girl Extension Society. The arrival cipal of which is rent frpm tene- tinent, for they will deserve and Its membership Cities, is now connected with the it was thought her conditionwas CondNcted by the home of little pity if they come to grief on has brought cheer to the McMahon, already numbers many thousand Stewart Dry Goods Company and Is critical. Upon examination if was Classical, ScientificXaverian Brothera. ments', and says! and Bualneai Mr. und Mrs. Edward Catholic women. Its households specializing In tho drapery and in- found that Avhilo hor iujurlesVere Courses, Preparatory Department, Lars "What Astor Js doing now with board the armed ships of a bellig- 807 South Thirty-secon- d street, from Maine to Florida, from terior decoration department. painful they wero not serious. Her Swimming: Pool, Well Equipped Oymtia-inMr. Terms Modr.t Hro Jamra nir the money of Now York, the Irish erent power. Friends nnd relatives have been over- New York to California. Its work McKiornan extends an invitation to friends will be rejoiced to learfthat whelming tho proud parents with is n tho mission fields, wherever his friends and patrons to give him she Is resting easy and will biable years landlords have done for long The Lenten season will soon bo congratulations. EUCIIER, LOTTO, SUITER. there is need of a Catholic chapel a call in his new location, promising io be about again next week. with the money of Ireland. Ireland or a Catholic school. Its dues are every attentiop to their wants in his here, bringing with it to all CathIs poor, bled white, she has gone Next Friday afternoon and night, One of the pleasant social events only fifty cents a year. Why do line. opportunity ot emphasis SACRED CONCERT. March 3, a euchre, lotto and suppor through famines and horror, because olics the order? There of last week in New Albany was you not Join the on tho religious life. During Lent win do given in tno new school hall AWARDED HAT CONTRACT. tho birthday surprise given Capt. should be a half million Catholic Use owners of tho land lived in Rev. Father Ackerniann. Aastor at Thirty-fift- h some difference be- Michael C. Welch and Mrs. Welch women in the United States inter every there should be Philip Neri's churcj, an- for the benefitand Jefferson streets Uwidon and spent In London of St. church and of St. Columba's tween our habits of the rest of the in celebration of tho birthday of ested In both their Schiemann & Bosse, the well nounces a sacred concert to hjgiven pound that could be taken from the year. the former. An elaborate dinner their country sufficiently to do at known market street hatters, who in the church under tho direpn ot church. Tho suppers provided by least this little for both. The work are now receiving styles for the the ladies of St. Columba's are rewas served and Capt. Welch tenant. It Iias taken desperate Simpson on Muuuy always a feature, and for this ocremembrances awaits us all. Will you not do spring season, have been awarded Miss Gertrude 5. fighting on the part of Ireland, genevening, March President Woodrow Wilson says ceived the numerous your part?" casion they aro preparing a menu guests. from the contract fdr furnishing the sumAny Information desired may be erations ot battle from below and he learned the truth about Mexico that will bo appreciated. mer headgear for the Louisville STAR ATTRACTION obtained from Mary Synon, General police department. massacre from above, to change the by listening to a large number of ANOTHER BISHOP CALLKIl. The award was Secretary. building, McCormlck system and at least make it possible liars. The Boston Hibernian says 3LCK1N WINNER. made by the Boar"d of Public Safety, Chicago. Managor John R. Barry.pf tho The Right Rev. John W. Shana-han- . basketbalV team, for the peasant to own hia land and that shows what association will do Mackin Council Mackin Council's basketball team Bishop of the Diocese of Harris-burg- f TWO STAR, BOUTS. KNIGHTS AT BANQUET. has given his proteges strok take it from the Irish Astor. How for a roan. died at St. Joseph'B Hospital at bv booking tho s ting St. administered its second defeat to such timelfwhat processes will make Lancaster last Saturday morning. The First Regiment Athletic As- Mary's team for a game toght at the Trinity Council team Saturday Assembly, New Albany The How mild the newspaper protects Bltehoi Shanahan underwent an op- Knights of Columbus, enjoyed a sociation offers two star bouts next Mackin Council Liosslble.jthe continuation oi tnu both night by an overwhelming score. hall. game, but r money acroaa the ocean late tbe other day when an Engl tali war eration on February 10 and seemed well attended and sumptuous ban- Friday evening at the Armory, the teams have been going at spinning Trinity put up a good and clip it seems to be a caseA-- ' wnen their opponents were never threattvaaceful Gor to be ininrovlnc until Saturday, when quet Wednesday night at the Tav- first being between Zbyscko (ft of a Britiafc Peer? ahin took thirtv-ttlxcondition' took a" turn for the ern. It was given in observance of Lemle, both of whom have per- Greek meets Greek tonJt, the ened. Macklii's Intermediates deI hie Lear Astor py to the man from an American vawel. The worse. He was sixty-nin-e years old, Washington's birthday, and the formed here before, and the second spectators being aaeured 'J a rat- feated Trinity's second team in a game that was closer and exelting; jvernmnet more than one same acts caused the war of 1818 iand under hia administration the toasts were all patriotic. between Huaaane, the local favorite, tling contest. Writing of tho proposed National University at Washington, Hon. Edward J. McDermott, Governor of Kentucky, declares in the current Issuo of America that such an act upon the part of Congress would be unconstitutional and points out the following objections: "In a National University neither religion nor any definite, practical form of morality could be taught. Would It be wise to foster under Governmental sanction a propaganda of agnosticism? As a university training would necessarily embrace ethics, philosophy, literature, history, political economy and the principles of government, there bo a tendency In would always active political leaders to seek- the power to direct the teaching toward such channels as would be most in keeping with their,, theories and party1 platforms? Therewould hf j? concealed 6Trt"constant struggle, not" only to control the ordinary patronage connected with the university, but also to create a public opinion which would promote success at the polls. Teachers would be expected to lecture and to write along lines preferred by tho men able to give promotions and secure appropriations." - tbe guest of Miss Camilla Rapier, has returned to her home at New Haven. Misses Mae Kelly and Blanche Brennan visited In 'Parkview Inst week, the guests of Miss Blanche O'Rourke. Mrs. Josephine Mullen, who was the guest of Miss Clara Shears In has returned to Jeffersonvllle, Wabash, Ind. Messrs. Henry and Joseph McDowell were In Chicago last week, where they attended the Goodmnn-Boon- e wedding. Mrs. ThomnB Hogan has returned to her homo in St. Louis, after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Malono. Miss, Mary Belle Boone, who was Hit !- -r-T-if ftm, In School Hall, Jackson and Kentucky Streetsi In addition there will be a varied and pleasing progfaim presented by some of Louisville's best Games will qe called at 2:30 and 8:00 o'clock. Many prizes. Admission 25 cents, including either games or supper fun-maker- s. these prices must appeal to One of YOU A BIG SALE of Men's and Young Men's suits and overcoats w J Georgia's Congressmen are objecting to have Tom Watson tried In all Dave Wells' Pennsylvania for sending his vile smoking perfectos friends aro the because of and obscene publications through arrival of a big baby boy at his homo tho malls and they claim that It on West Madison street. u'milri . note tho attractlvo reductions. All $12.50 Winter Suits and Overcoats MULLOY'S COFFEE 1 Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpen sive coiiee, TRY OUR noine suue. in aaamon 10 Doing the homo of Watson, Georgia has obtained nn unenviable reputation by the murder of Frank and tno exploitation of child labor.- - Georgia fi lift n roftonlinn nn flpnpptn'n .. . ..... .. I 11UI11 her to her homo in Southern Heights for the past three weeks. Uil UlUCflO Wltlb iitlO VUUl.UWl x r 'fsSliPgllgiy AVANT TO SRJ5 Ail $20.00 Winter Suits and Overcoats THE PRINCIPLE IS ALL RIGHT WHETHER WE FIGHT NEW BLEND $14.75 2 1.2 Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for 10ci in trade with 2 lbs of 65c $18.75 anti-Cathol- ic ys e, I I""" ' ,,,,,, t.,iu. LEVY'S rs LORISTS .-- pro-Briti- '.., pro-Engli- sh ntHL Ioarh s,' hlgh-ideale- WfflMfo I ro pit ex-to- nd ' com-nptitl- nn ht Jf JBOBJBU'rXJOK-i- r iISH A.MJ3XZXCA.3SI.. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish 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 LOUISVIIA.E AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS BCMMCH ENGRAVING COMl'AM ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS EL.ECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky 885 W. Main St., Homo Phone City 5674 BY & OLD $S$45S$$&$$$k!S SEVENTY YEARS IN BUSINESS UNDER THE SAME NAME THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. I bacon a son1 INCORPORATED ? UKIH Funeral YY. OiTllilleO DUIVt and Embalmer AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Director Distillers 01 FORTUNA "I10LLEN1IACH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. OXJ JOIST'S RAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM 1101 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 WEARING APPAREL For Women, Misses and Girls A ?A O MkVVVVVtAVVVAV1,VVAVVAV HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "All Ready for Your Griddle in the Morning" Tlio PInco Where Old Clothes Are Mado to Look Like New."-SPALDIN- xtoxxnho DRY PHONES 1887. R. JEUNESSE J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I VARIETY OF STYLISH SPRING MODELS SEPERATE SKIRTS ht aaa0i BOTH PHONES 810. 809 WEST TEFFERSON STREET? ft ' I HAMS. LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. CLEANING CO WAISTS 58c Washable Waists. These dainty garments are made with both long and short sleeves; ure made of rice voile, crepe, batiste, organdie and d madras, with trimmings of lace and embroidery. Plain colors and all the various striped effects are shown. Tho Waists would be good values at $1.00. satin-flnlshe- At this price flfty-eigcents we are in a position to offer a choice of fifty new styles In Ileal 5.00 qualities, In the new flaring niodi-N- . The materials are serge; in plain colors and black and white shepherd checks; extra values flt $3.95 street. VWVVWVlVfVWViW ELS-fc 822, Maixx BUILDING CONTRACTOR BLOUSE WAISTS Tho lilousc Waists nlnnjs so becoming to tlio girl or youngish woman, are shown this season in greater profusion than ever before. Wio havo about a hundred new styles, made up in Geor- getto crepe, taffeta, pussy willow, laces and crepo de chine. All the newest color combinations and striped effects are revealed and tho trimmings nro very 810 YORK STREET DOUGHERTY Funeral Directors I Cuuib. Slain 2i)f)S. & McELLIOH and Embalmers Homo City SODS 6ne South 1753 ARTHUR A. WILL Louisville, Ky OTHER WAISTS crepe lc giont collection of Wnlst.s in chine, washable silk shirting, sntin, striped poplin, striped taffetas, organdie, voile and batiste; made with the now Btylo collars and either long or short sleeves. These are shown in all the new shadings as well as black and solid white; price $1.95 A all-sil- 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, TH0S. J. BR0DERI0K PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE , k BUILDER 2431 Home Montgomery Street Phone Shawnee VM. Home Phone City JT 4392-- J beautiful. Prices $3.1-- to $5.05 1010 1000 Zane Street ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR 1383-- L. SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY CONFIDENTIAL Building SPRING COATS .Inst in, iiml jou uill bo surprised mid delighted with the smart, enticing models that have been designed! The muterials are heavy silk repp, heavy serges, moire and covert cloth; the colors are checks, striped effects and plain. Notwithstanding there lias been a considerable advance. In garments of nil kinds, wo will sell them at the original prices; that is, tho prices which they were intended to bring when wo placed our order for them. We never attempt to make an extra profit by reason of market fluctuation. J?;.!5, SO.!).", $9.01), .$12.45 GIRLS' DRESSES . both rno:vE. SHEET METAL 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee C. G. RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY Courier-Journal .A collection of Dresses for girls 7 to 14 years old that are guaranteed to launder. Shown In checks, plaids and plain colors, in a large range of models and in becoming trimmings; priced at 05c Room 1, STIGLITZ & SONS 415 Fourth Sticot 1hos. II. Kennedy Louis D. Condy KENNEDY-COADY GIRLS' COATS do away entirely with a wrap, but too warm for a winter garment. Over a hundred new spring models from whlnh t.n olinnsi Prices $1.05 to $12.15 FRANK FEHR BREWING CC V"r $ For days when it Is not quite warm enough to PORaTED CO. MANUFACTURERS Incorporated Louisville Made Furnaces S. Ninth St. City 2542 Home Phone 210-22- 2 MEN'S FURNISHINGS C31 WEST WALNUT STREET Home Phone, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. Where the Quicli Meal Comes In Where work is quickly Where tho homo done; brightest; Gjl'iH AVhero cooking seems is Where tho work real fun; lightest; AVhero baking gives deAVhero tho meal light; cooked best; AVhero drudge is out of Where the range stands sight tho test the That's where tho whero 'flint's "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes in. in. Quick Meal Gat Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly ltecontiuendeil is open to you. Every In apparel of this kind the greatest opportunity utilized for this purpose will be found in our displays whipcords, taffetas, new material silk poplins, mannish serges and wool poplins are there. The Suits can be secured either with or without flaring effect, as individual taste dictates. Very few of them are in duplicate, notwithstanding the consistent wail of "no dyes," there are plenty of attractive colors offered in striped effects, black and white checks and plain colors. The range of prices is. from feKjKjKjXSKjH-SKS-SxS) Coat Suits andfor Dresses selection $12.45 to $35.00 SOCIETY DIRECTORY. Brewers and Bottlers IjOUISVIIjTjE. 3X IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE HOSTESSES. MAJOR GEX. HAItltY. GEHER & SON, Com-Cel-S- ar w. market st GERMAN BANK i -I- fe- J The Great Stomach, Kidney Liver and Blood Remedy An Ideal Tonic and Body Builder. LegallyGuaranteed to satisfy you or money refunded. Fifth and Market Sts. One dollar for 3 boxes. On sale at all drug stores. First Communion Books ROSARIES SCAPULAR MEDALS. OfflMMl HOME PATRONIZE BY OETTIKQ A TIN INDUSTRY T Or BUG AND ROACH KILLER OHJSMO for Home We are Headquarteri Cleaning Materials such an Unseed oil Scouring: Powders, Matchless Soap, ZJqnld Furniture and Office Polishes, Disinfectants, Oerm Killers, t Etc We are also Headquarters for Sick and Diseased Booms. Fuml-g'attn- g' Louisville Chemical 108-11- Co. 0 Incorporated Home Phone, City S29B SOUTH THIRD STREET to You as tbe Nratest Phone! ''As Near Oar Special $3.00 Spray Our Special $5.00 Wreath The largest value in Funeral Flowers ever offered in Loulivlile. For prompt delivery call both phones. 123 kw&pbm w m swvtauntt wmrm ' "Flowers telegraphed everywhere." r fey" "3""J DIVISION I. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, COVINGTON. Bertram! Hall, Sixth Street. On Tuesday morning Very Hev. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. See our new book, "How to Get Joseph Flynn sang a requiem high Financial Secretary Thomas J. mass at the Covington Cathedral for I.Ma.rietl." tho deceased members of the Bishop Langan. i Recording Secrotary James S. Carrel Council, Knights of Columbus. Every Devotional Article her. Dr. J.. A. Averdlck addressed the McTlghe. No trouble lo hIiow oo(1r. Treasurer Pat Connelly. council nt its regular meeting WedSentinel M. J. McDermott. I.Iquoi nesday evening on "The Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. Rogers Church Goods Co. Question of Today." On Thursdaj evening the ball of the Y. M. I. 129 S. FOURTH AVE council was held, and the largest was present crowd of the season MACIUN COUNCIL, 205. Tho lecturer also is preparing an HISS PRESIDENT'S PIOTUJIE. Irish evening for tho meotlng ol Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixtHichanl Harding Dais, tho Amer- March 9, at which Judge Dixon, ot be the principal President S. O. Hubbuch. ican war correspondent and who fa- Cincinnati, will M. First Vice President F. vors the Allies in the present war, speaker. Schaad. tells of tho following occurrence Second Vice President R. L. FATHER CAVAXAUGH AVANTE1). which shows that our Anglo-Saxo- n Scheckler. writers on this side are misinformed County Tho Floyd Centennial Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. when they speak of tho brotherly Recording Secretary G. W. love betwoon John Bull and Uncle Committee arranging for the celebration to be held in New Albany next Buckle. ' Sam : Treasurer G. J. Thornton. "At tho Coliseum Theater in Lon Soptember will endeavor to secure Marshal Theo. Buckle. don one night I saw pictures of the tho Hev. Father John Cavanaugh, Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. rulers of the various countries President of Notre Dame University Outside Sentinel H. Pfelc.er. flashed on the screen. When Wilson's at South Bend, for the speaker for Father Cavanaugh portrait appeared there was a solid that occasion. has been ii close student of Indiana taken at once. It Is expected that hiss from tho whole audience." history for years and Is an orator tho Cathedral will be ready for ocof national reputation, and Ids pres- cupancy again next fall. splendid request. ence would arouse a deep interest In Catholics of Detroit are Jubilant tho New Albany celebration. He is a GIVEN PASSIOXIST HA 1! IT. over tho announcement made in the member of the Indiana Centennial Commission which has charge of the Michigan Catholic that by the will James Maloney, of St. Aloysius of the late Michael Catlis, of that centennial observance throughout church, was one of four young clercity, $1,000,000 was left to build a tho State. Chairman T, E. Craw- ics who was Invested with the habit CathoTic church to bo known as St. ford, of New Albany, will attend the of the Passlonlst fathers Sunday aftMichael's. Numorous'other bequests meeting of the Centennial Commis- ernoon at tho Sacred Heart Retreat were made to other charitable Insti- sion at Indianapolis and extend tho on the Newburg road. The solemn Invitation to Father Cavanaugh. tutions. and.ImpreBslvo ceremony was conducted by the Rov. CletUB Brady, THE EXPECTED END. cHimcir nunxRD. C. P., the roctor, assisted by Rev. Father Dennis, master of novices. Thn, parish church nt "Beauport. J. O. Welday, Socialist State Chairnear Quebec was destroyed Monday man of Oklahoma and editor of the MACICIN EUCHRE. by a Are which started in the sac Appeal to Reason, who Bhot and Many handsome prizes have been risty. The loss is estimated at about kilted himself on January 10, was to received for the Mackln Council 1500,000, This church shojild net hnvo been married the same night. euchre and lotto party to be held be confused with the Church of St. at the club house on March 1 and faAnne de Beaupre, containing; the REPAIRING CATHEDRAL. 2. The committee in charge will mous pilgrimage shrine and situated leave nothing undone that would gome miles further eaat. The fire Is The work of repairing the dome of add to the pleasure of the occasion believed to have been of incendiary the Seattle Cathedral, which col- All ticket-holdewill be entitled to origin, lapsed two weeks ago, will be under- - a ehance on a load of coal. pro-Lenth. 1 rs The next euchre and lotto of the ladies of St. Patrick's parish will be held Monday night in the now St. A. 0. H. Patrick's Hall at Sixteenth and Market. Tlioso aheady given have DIVISION 1. been very enjoyable and successful, and as the end of the season ap Second and Fourth Thursday, Lted- erkranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut. proaches the ladies anticipate a rec ord attendance. The hostesses for President Mark Ryan. Monday night arc Mesdanjes Joseph Vice President W. L. Cushlng. Kalbflelsch, James J. Terrell and Recording Secretary Daniel McEdward McCuo and Misses Dolores Carthy. Cottrell, Ida Mackey and Barbara Secretary Edwan' Financial Ballman. Clancy. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. FORTY IIOUIIS. Scrgeant-at-Arm- s James English. Tim Lyons. Sentinel Beginning with the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament at the high DIVISION 3. mass tomorrow morning nt St. Ann's First and Third Monday at Hiberchurch, Seventh and Davies, ,tho 0 Portland. nian Homo, members of that parish will observe President Lawrence J. Mackey. threo days of grace known as tho Vice President John J. Riley. Forty Hours devotions. They will Secretary John J. Financial spend as much of the time as possible in the church in prayer, medita- Hesslon, Jr. Secretary Recording Matthew tion and adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Rev. John T. Hill, the O'Brien. Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. pastor, will direct the sorvices, asSergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. priests from other sisted by Sentinel Thomas Noon. churches, who will preach tho even ing sermons. 1818-182- Major Con. Thomas II. Barry, commanding the Philippine department, who has been In Manila since early In 1914, is to bo relieved on April 1, and will return to tho SATISFIES THAT LONGING. United States and take command of tho Central department nt Chicago. Col. Daniel A. Frederick is in temporary command of tho Central department. Brig. Gen. Hunter LigINCORPORATED gett, now in Manila, will relieve PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY. Major Gen. Barry of the command of the Philippine department. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. 191 VAST WORK DOXK. Cumb. Phone West Home Phone f?irS Statistics dealing with the vast amount ot work done and money spent for charity last year by the St. Vincent do Paul Society throughout the country are surprising. A conUfCORPOBATCD servative estimate of the total expenditures for the year aggregate And this upwnrds of $800,000. great sum has been given tho poor Beer& regardless of race, creed or color. w This stamps the Vincentians as the Sold at ail leading bars and cales. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent greatest charity organization this country has ever known. QRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. WIEDEMA NN, BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled v. THREATENED CATIIEDHAL. Tuesday night the police of Minneapolis were searching for a man suspected of attempting to damage St. Mary's Cathedral of that city. The suspect fired twice at Peter Callahan, engineer of tho Cathedral, when the latter and an assistant discovered him prowling around the basement of the building late the preceding night. Callahan said the water bad been drawn from one of the big boilers, but that this had been discovered in time to avert an explosion. MAMMOTTT LIBRARY. JOHN B. FRAN3& WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 20 LOUISVILLE. KIT, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f With the excavation completed and contracts "for the construction let this work, totaling $206,000, week, work will begin In a few days Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager on the Notre Dame library, wljich will cost a quarter of a million dolDue to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COllilON, lars. The contract for the erection o ftho building itself was awarded and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. to the Bedford Stono and Construc58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. tion Company of Indianapolis. Tho PHONESHome Shawnee a capacity of new library will havo FQK WOMAN'S EYE. over six hundred thousand aolumes and the bookstacks alone when comTho straw hats are brilliant In pletely Installed will cost In tho coloring. neighborhood of $100,000. Ribbons will play an Important VIEWED IN KANSAS. part in trimmings. Tho normal waist lino is tho Investigate Our New Free "Anyone who travels much In this proper one of the moment. Delivery Service. digest of State laws country needs a Yokes are very much to the fore handy or he may be in constant trou-hi- e both for skirts and waists. SEE OUIt ADS IN THE TIMES. Town innkes it a misdemeanor HERALD AND POST. serge will fashion Plain to tip, whereas Missouri considers It many of whitenow spring coats. tho a crime noi 10 up iu uuj Gray in various shades will be one ettes In Kansas is a criminal offense; not to buy them In Texas Is of the best of the spring colors. Whisky as lunacy. Blue serge holdB the lead tor looked upon Funeral Directors between tho season frocks. drlnttlng In Oklahoma opens the gaol once; not to drink whisky doors at There has been but little change and Embalmers. In Kentucky is to expose one's life in coiffure and halrdresslng lately. 1b hard to know Jersey cloth is to be offered as a CIO X?I3JHX AVRNC1B at every Instant. It how to act while pursuing freedom substituto for serge In spring suits. ieU. and happiness In this land of the Sleeves are quite laro In the brave." frocks and reach to the Tho above, from the Catholic Ad- waists. vance, perhaps intended for a joke. Skirts of one material and coats to Is nevertheless a base slander on or bodices of another continue Kentucky, and would lead travelers gain favor. to believe the good editor had never Medium size hats have taken a vabeen outside the confines of Wichita, cation and the choice will be between NORTON BUILDING where the people drink and appreci- the wee little ones and the big flat K.W. Fwrtti nrf JtHmtt ate Kentucky whiaky, hate. FALL CITY BEER jHfM l "" H.B0SSES0N one-ple- ce one-pie- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Cr jSCDEOTTJOJKIY WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. IRISH AMEJIOA2!:. 1 WtWWmWHMHtHUHM)millttHtiMH HEKMAii STRAUS FOURTH AVEMUr SONS MARKd STREET STEWART DRY GOODS CO (Incorporated) III CONNECTION WITH JAMES HtCREEBY & CO, NEW YORK. wca?P0tATCO Shown at Stewart's Complete Assortment I New 1916 Wash Goods It is creating a short market on dependable Wash Goods. Makers are already sending out advices that they will be unable to guarantee Consequently the Stewart kind of colors. Goods will be hard to get. Wash Whito Biltmore Checked Voile, of a soft, sheer quality, with cords forming vaiious size 25c checks: full 36 inches wide; a yaul White Plisse, ol a firm quality, in the small crinkle style, so much in demand for uudcr-wcar- ; a weavers from American plants to secure the larger salaries offered in the munition factories. This is common knowledge. The troubled conditions abroad have aiiected the domestic situation by the withdrawal of OPENING DISPLAY OH 1 ; quali-itie- s At the present time we are offering full and complete assortments of which we can strongly indorse. Satisfactory choice can now be made from all kinds and styles, among which are: Printed Plaxons, in many fatripes and floral 15c 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 25c colors ; a yard White Flaxon, in checks, stripes of all sizes ; 19c 36 inches wide; a yard Ivanhoe Zephyr Ginghams, in new patterns 15c and solid colors; a yard multi-colore- d yatd 22c Wonderful Cloth the wash goods so suited to the making of children's rompeis, misses' .17c middies and "house dresses; a yard. Handkerchief Linen, of a very sheer .quality. Especially serviceable for blouses; 36 inches 75c wide; yard FORMER PRESIDENT OF CHINA. Yuan Shi Kai, who has recently announced the change from a repubHe has accepted the title of Emperor and lic to a monarchy in China. expects to be crowned shortly. ...... Federals to hold over the head of the management. HKKTItAM) STAR WINS. IRELAND. J. Farrell Kennedy, running under the colois of the Beitiand Record of the Most Important of trie Recent Events Culled Athletic Club, captured the three-mil- e modified Marathon race held From Exchanges. Councillor Butterileld was elected Lord Mayor of Cork Councillor Magennls was for the third time In succession elected Mayor of Kilkenny. Tho dath is reported, at the age oi 102 years, of Michael Larkln, a larmer of Strabane. His father lived to the age of 10G. SPRING MILLINERY Week of Jan. 28, '16 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. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Division 4 I Archbishop Walsh has appointed the Very Rov. Canon Dunne, Donny- orooK, to be one of the Vicar Gen Is reported flourisherals of the archdiocese. ing In San Antonio, Texas. Alderman Dr. J. J. O'Sulllvan was The order In Richmond Is In elected Mayor of Waterford. Ho de splendid condition and has a large feated tho outgoing Mayor, Alderman membership. R. Power, by 23 to 12 votes. Prospects are bright for the N. Byrne has been unanimously of membership on the Pacific selected to fill tho office of Mayor of Ladies, loolc up yonr Milnn nud Hemp Haiti from last Reason and brlnii coast this year. wextord In succession to Alderman Rev. Father Kealty, Chaplain of them to us. We cub rienn, dye and reshape them into the latest apring J. SInnott, who declined to accopt Mtyles 35 new slmpcs to select from. Wo make a specialty of Ladies Division 4, is ill at St. Mary and the offlce for another term. Elizabeth's Hospital. Hats only. PRICKS 75c AND SI. Flioto t Sutcliffi1 Kodak Department Thomas Kelly, Castlebar, a miles-maEight bands have been engaged In the employment of 'or the Hibernian parade at Indlan-ipol- undei the auspices of Mackin Coun- way company, died from the railinjuries on St. Patrick's day. cil, Y M. I , on Washington's birth- received near Mullranay station by day, his time for the distance being being Side. North Reserved seats for the St. Pat713 WEST JEFFERSON STREET. knocked down by a passing sec rick's day celebration can be se- seventeen minutes and fifty-fiv- e Edgar Kopp, tunning "un train. onds. cured from any member of the commg$4'P&M4&$4&bWQQ4&$$4xfrWM4$WW4Wt44 The parishioners of Klldallon have attached," was second, and Leslie mittee. Regiment, was presented Very Rev. F. McKlernan, of the Motion pictures and vaudeville Hagan, Nouo ofFirst Mackin entries Balllnaniore, the with an Illuminated adij under auspices of the Hibernian So- third. bojs enteied dress acknowledging his good work finished close up, cial Club next Tuesday evening at being new to the the game among them during the past eight Marathon the Norman Theater. and all were in for a tiyout, tho years. INCORPORATED. The big initiation of the Ladies' list being as follows: E. E. MIchot, By a majority of the members of Auxiliary at Charleston, B. C, was Eugene Thompson, Merlin Hogan successfully carried out and ma- and Chailes Gathof. The race was the Sllgo Corporation F. A. Whito 207 PAUL JONES BUILDING has been elected Alderman of the run over a pretty busy thorough-farterially swells tho ranks. and coupled with the fact that West ward In place of Alderman J. The Ladies' Auxiliary announce a J. Hughes was nice list of prizes for their euchre ho wrs not forced to do his best, Connolly, deceased. next Wednesday evening at A. O. H. It can bo safely asserted that with tho other candidate. out these handicaps Kennedy Mould The death took place at Nowrj of Hall, 1818 Portland avenue. tho local lecords. Tickets were mailed out this week have broken popular young man The Thomas Irwin, Chairman of No wry winner Is a and Port and Harbor for tho St. Patrick's day celebration is connected with the local freight Illness. Ho was Trust, after a long a member of the and every member Is urged to offices of the L. and N. ralhoad. firm of Messrs. Martin, Nesbltt & returns" to tho committee. Irwin, wholesale grocers. This year it is expected the Na11K.VKF1T FOR CHURCH. John Hanratty, proprietor of a tional Board will give earnest atgrocery and provision store in The people of St. Paul's parish tention to the order in tho States was found dead in his bed. are ananging a unique entertainsouth of Mason and Dixon's line. ment for the benefit of that chuich, For somo ten years he had carried Tho Hibernians of Zunesvllle have on business in Dundalk. He was begun preparations for their State to be held at the school hall, Jack- about forty years of age and lived son and Kentucky, next Tuesday convention, which they are anxious alone. and 'o make the best ever held in Ohio. ing, Wednesday aftemoon and evenA number of local entertainThe death of T. Moran, Lisdorsan, - ers County President Duulgan has behave offeied their seivlces and removes one of the best known farmcured tho Chamber of Commerce will preesnt a piogramnie. contain- ers and public men in South The Best Straight Whisky On Earth Auditorium for the St. Patrick's ing many novel featuies. For those Ballymoro Council has day celebration at Columbus, Ohio. who wish theie will bo euchre and passed a vote of condolence with games, for which handsome his son, J. Moran, and the other Rev. Austin Fleming will represent lotto INCORPORATED the Hibernians of St. Joseph nnd prizes have been donated, and a members of the family. Buchanan county, Mo., at the Irish bountiful supper will be served both The Earl of Limerick has preSole Owners Registered Dist. No. 32 This will bo ono of the race convention to be held In New evenings. best entoitalnments of the season sented free of charge to tho in- York City. nabitauts of Bruff a parcel of land Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West 4 After nineteen years' service Mrs. and should be largely attended known as Bruff Grbve, to he used as Mary A. Cavanagh has retired from a public park, and has sent to the rAVTCI) THE WAY. the Presidency of tho Ladles Auxt Trustees $500 toward improving iliary to Division 4 of East Boston. While the project of ralsine $300.- - unu laying out tjio new park. many handsome pres- 000 At a special ' court at Sixnille-bridgfor the Auditorium in LouisI 5ho 'was given ents. Michael Austin, Patrick ville Is undo1 way It must uot be forSKI'v Ladles' Auxiliary 2 of Indian- gotten that Mayor Buschemeyer Brennan, Joseph Gallagher and iwlssssW ? apolis entertained its members and blazed the way when ho secured con- Michael and John Rlngrose were iriends Friday night with an indoor cessions from the Cumberland Tele- charged with unlawful assembly and picnic, all attending bringing their phone Company after his Induction with carrying guns. They were lunches Tho auxiliary served the Into tho Mayor's offlce As a settle- bound to the peace on their own tot coffee. ment of tho court suits pending be- recognizances. 713-71- 5 Tho first event of tho East St. tween Louisville phono subscribers Mullingar Guardians SOOTH SE VJSNTS STREET recorded Louis membership campaign wa3 the and the Cumberland Company the their deep sorrow at the roslcnation Tdiphwei Ctm., S. 299a. Hmm, City 2399. conferring of tho three degrees on Mayor secured a compromise where- of the position of head nurse of tho t men and by the Cumberland people paid the workhouse hospital, after seventeen a class of seventy-flv- o twenty-eigwomen, who will form court costs amounting to $50,000, re years' service, of Sister Veronica, of a new Ladles' Auxiliary. bates to tho subscribers amounting the Mercy order a sister of. tho Thomas Radcllffc, President of to $137,000, and of the latter late Father O'Growney. Slstor Verthe amalgamated divisions at Colum- amount $30,000 was given aa tha onica has been appointed Rev. bus, Ohio, promises to increase the nucleus for tho Auditorium fund. Mother at Tullamore Convent. membership to at least 1,000 before At Armagh City Council meeting FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. HOLY NAMR SOCIETY. July 1. A class of 100 will bo inJoseph O'Hagan, Charlemont Arms itiated on Sunday, March 12. Hotel, was a Councillor for FREE SERVICE. There was a large and happy gath- St. Patrick's ward to replace WillDes Moines Hibernians will close ering In Bertrand Hall on Tuesday iam Hamill. H J. McKee was in energetic membership campaign night at the meeting and monthly They have on St. Patrick's .day. for St. Brigld's ward to replace addressed a letter to. all eligible smoker of the Holy Name Society of John McKonna, nnd Hans Garmany 1101-0- 3 EAST nnOADWAY. men In the city that carrleB the en- St. Louis Bortrand's church. Dr. B Leeman was for St. Mark's dorsement of Bishop Dowllng and J. O'Connor was the principal speak- ward to replace Matthew Walker. er and delivered an Instructive admany priests and prominent citizens. 4..,t,..I,.lH-lH"W-'''''MI":"l- tI dress on tho prevention and cure of PASS CHILD LABOR HILL. contagious and infectious diseases. LAWRENCE BANNON, JR., VEENEKAN, J. P. M. j. BAHNON, BRIGHT HASKUALL OUTLOOK. Leo Walsh, accompanied by hi3 sis The Keating bill, prohibiting shipVice Prts. t Treis. Swrttwy. X fts. I Utt. of Louisville baseball fans are as- ter, Miss Anastasla Walsh, rendered ments In interstate commerce sured of witnessing tho highest class several beautiful solos, and J. Forest products made by child labor, has of ball in years owing to the surplm Thompson, the popular blackface pased the House of Representatives. of good ball players on the market, comedian and ragtime pianist, also It was fought by Congressmen of thu many of whom will be seen In the contributed to tho merriment. The South where children work ten and Louisville, noxt smoker will take place on twelve 'hours a day in cotton facAmerican Association. Pipe, ;; Sewer tad Calvert Kansas City and Indianapolis espe- March 7, when "Preparedness and tories It makes it unlawful Tor a Banaeas Fateat Liaiea Pipe fer Steam Coaaaits, cially are securing- strong lineups, Unpreparedness" will bo the subject producer or dealer to ship In interWall Cepia& Praia Tile, Yitriae Brick, 4 Manager Clymer, of the local team, for discussion. These monthly state commerce goods which are prohaving already conviuced the fans smokers are gaining greattavor with duced wholly or in part, In mine or Fire freeing, Flae Liaiag', Fire Brick that ha looked far ahead when an- tho Holy Name members and men of quarry, by children under sixteen Grate and Baiter Tile, Greaad Fire Clay, Ckiaaey Heps. years of age. If manufactured goods, nouncing the transfers of Osborne, tho parish. they aro debarred from commerce beStansbury and others of the old reOFPICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON ALL SUNDAYS OUT. tween the States If made by children gime. Another factor in the guarantCUMBr MAIN 507. WOME PHONES CITY ee, of fast ball Is the fact that every This year none of the holidays under fourteen; or by children unmore than player will be on his mettle, doing come da Sunday. There are fifty-thr- der sixteen employed WORKS-- -13h ad Brack, and Magnolia Av., Bat. 9th and lOth. Saturdays, which' are largely a eight hours a day; or by children his best at all times, and will not n1 under sixteen employed at night, 1" have the threat of jumping to the half holiday. hh i night. Ilibernianlsm will meet aW aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW 'HaLBLBLBHBi&aaaaaaml& f. .sKv & Monday Ladies' Hats Reshaped se aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam n FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS ls You are cordially! invited. i. We Give and Redeem 41 M DAN I I Central Coal and Iron Co. IIWWWWtUMtmUMtmttMHW HOME PHONE CITY 3238 Profit Sharing Certificates EDW. A. AXMAN J. HENNESSY Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. o, COAL: Hennessy UPSTAIRS Axman 425 W. I Render, Jellico, Smokeless, Anthracite i make-quic- POPULAR PRICE TAILORS STORE. Jefferson Street Dun-dal- k, OLDBARBEE JNO. T. BARBEE -hk West-meat- h. & CO. ONE DOLLAR starts a Savines 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 eiven the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old German Insurance Bank Under tho BijJ Clock Second and Market State Government Supervision. "ntrcet PHiDR. J. T. CHAWK e, PRICES r REDUCED! r, v ej y Our cleaning Is positively tho best In the city, and backed up by a house .4 of Long Standing and Financially Responsible. A number of experienced employes are required to maintain the rigid requirements of this concern. Tne reason for our offering tnis proposition is to keep these Trained Employes 1n Steady Employment during tho dull season. You, our patron, must be satisfied, and no expense Is too great, or details too small to Drove to you our superiority of workmanshin. We give a discount of 25 in United States Postage Stamps, or Cash, on all work done by us until March 4, 1916. Oeutlenien's Suits cleaned and pressed Regular Fries 81.00,. Onr Net Price 75o $1.00.. 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