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SMOKE El Nomo 10c Wilitoe 5c Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1916. tant ono, lies entirely In the opposite way that our parents, by day. PRICE FIVE CENTS. The danger, a most impor- IRELAND STANLEY celebration under Demands ltcnenl of Penal Stat- daythe Ancient Order ofthe auspices Hibernians of utes of Catholic Emancipanro progressing nicely and an excellent programme is being arranged. tion Act. Plans for tho coming St. Patrick's Franciscan Friars Still Considered Outlaws by Laws of England. Bishops Protest Against Cessation of Grants to Irish Colleges. VIGOROUS AGITATION BECOMES Orleans Morning Star of last week to Irecontains much pertaining land's affairs that Is of Interest just now. Tho correspondent says: EfTie McDonald, Anna Zoll, Louise Cardinal Bourne has been in Henderson, Mrs. John Becker, and the position he has taken and ab negotiation with the Government Messrs. Carl Kuerstelner, John Mc- - stain fiom tiylng to shpve this obthe Irish and In close counsel with regarding Fred noxious measure down the throats Becker, Crocklin, Arthur members for some days General Assembly simply be and of the his present Stabens, Theo. Kuerstelner tho question of the status of religconcert cause power. In position gives him the Tho Walter Kuerstelner. and especially ious orders, that his speech will begin at 8 o'clock, and an offer- Moso Green banquet hero at 'the teaching congregations, under tho cents will be ac ing of thirty-fiv- e compulsion bill, which has passed he deeded the While the measure cepted at tho door. Preparations for present Legislatuio was fact that tho both houses. wasting its provides for the exemption of all this event havo been under way ror time on prohibiton and only echoed men In holy orders or ministers of three weeks, and those who attend the statement in these columns two denominations, or church students, will enjoy a rare treat. weeks ago that tho uppermost quesfor men liko it does not provide congregations lay tion at Frankfort was who could bo as brothers, or such the most fanatical on the dry side, tho Christian Brothers, the Xaver-lanHaly and Palmer being busy daily Such congregations have etc. Injecting tho liquor question into done splendid woik in our schools legislative affalis, the consequences more than ever necessary being that the dry men aro opposand are war 1ms so largely now that the ing many good legislative measures of the secular . . Young. depleted the numbers simply because they have been in Passion. teachers. A deputation consisting troduced by some member who is obliged to fast, It can bp med at of eight congregaopposed to prohibition. of repiesentatives only one meal. were the tions, among which To tho average Democrat the situ On this the Xavorlans, the Christian ation appears thus: Early during Their Con- Dispensation Where There Is sion is days onof,whichfaithful conces- Must "Watch of de la should availed tho Brothers, the Brothers the session the prohibition bill was duct and Choice of Com- perform some other pious work, Grave BIfficulty in Fulfilldecisively killed in the Senate, this Salle and others, had a long interlast Bourne such as visiting tho Most Blessed view with Cardinal precluding the possibility of any Coinpnnions. ing the Law. week, piohibition measuie passing that and then visited the Irish, Sacrament, uniting in family prayer, body regardless of tho action of the frequent holy cqinmunlou, tho recitamembers at the House of Commons. conversaHouse. Now coupled with the fact tion of the HolyRosary In the family After subsequent lengthy and that another safeguard against pro tions between John Redmond Westcircle, and abstaining from nil inLIES THE MEANING OF THE SEASON toxicating beverages. The order of WHERE THE GREAT DANGER hibition was the Governor's voto, It the Cardinal Archbishop of leave minster it was arranged, to is nam io unuersionu way mo services in 'thef Louisville churches n negotiations with the Govornment-i- unhaehteied the wot during the Lenten,; season will be it is and dry fight, ae theological move the Cardinal's hands, and onscidera-tio- n made known tomorrow when the would have boen to allow the Fouso derstood that favorable In our public piints and in our Ash Wednesday, tho beginning of pastors announce Hhe regulations pass all tho dry measures in tho will be given to His Eminence s many recent vice Investigations povLent, falls this year on March 8. that have beenjapproved by world, knowing that they would be demands. erty and the lures of tho "white Some of the early Christians began killed lator. The Irish raombers have, however, been proclaimed as the slavei" have Charges havo been made that tho tho Lenten fasts on Septuagesimal another service to peiform for Cathcauses of tho downfall of nrlnclnal Questions are to bs asked 8oJepuxpojiOiOfjJheHuJkhcraft ,blH olics. niiaiLrhutittliTJiUrchlfaWpreSentl 6ung3,glrlBattheipi;esi!nt2daya'hat' '"ih'llifrJHotrse andan agitatloncom-mence-re- d is io capture uieueraocrauc organi- -begins tho Lenten fast on Ash a After a well spent and Chilstlan theso two factois have played of zatlon in Loulsvillo and turn It ovor for tho repeal of tho Wednesday, forty days (Sundays ex- llfo the soul of Mis. Susan Euders piomlnent pait in the lulnatlon to men allied with tho Haldeman inmaining penal statutes of tho Cathrewaru manj women can not at an do cluded) before Easter, in honor of was called to us eternal terests, who aro known as original olic emancipation act, consequent on readily undei- can bo 42G doubted. at Stanley me"n. If this be true and an arbitrary atclon taken by the the forty days that the Saviour Saturday morning She her homo, wife stood that It gitl working for a GEN VON MACKENSEN was the Gov. Stanley Is a party to this nelocal Government Board of Ireland. fasted, and step by step she fol- - South Hancock. low wages, allowing to her of John Enders and leaves three Field Marshal of the Geiman farious scheme, then an attempt to For many years the Alhlono County THE GERMAN KAISER. or tows Him through his public mission. children, two sisters and three not even the uaie necessities aimy again placed in chaige of wieck the Democratic party can bo Council has remitted tho rates on Emperor whose lecent Illness has During this tlmo she invites her brothers. act Her f uncial was held life, much less many of the littlo Galaclan campaign. laid at his door, as this movo would tho local Franciscan friary, an ceralarmed his people. not only kill the party here, but children to mourn with Christ over Monday morning from St Boniface luxuries which she craves, eking it is perfectly Justified in, since out her existence in dlstiessing the decrease of former big majoritheir sins and tho sins of tho world; chuich. tain rellgous and charitable estabINTERESTING MEETINGS. fashion, would bo weakened amid JEFFERSONVILLE. ties in this district would affect tho to fast as He fasted and pray as He lishments may be exempted. The Monday morning tho funeial of the whlil and pressuio of daily life. throughout tho State. prayed. Step by step she follows Local Government Board auditor Trinity Council, Y. M. 1., is hav- party this, tho Governor has Asldo now school house Him through his bitter Passion; on Mrs. Louise Mitchell, beloved wife It can also be leallzed how a girl year taken excepThe handsomo been has, however, this mem- from has built for tho youth of St. Augus- Good Friday she fairly breaks down of Edwaid Mitchell, 2314 Gilffths fallen at one time would bo likely ing the largest attendance ofhistory In active politics long enough to tion to the proceeding and council tine's church in Jeffeisonville will with sympathy and sorrow, avenue, was held- from St. Cecilia's to vield to a sense ot despair and bers at the meetings in the tho know that outside of a few charged the members of tho crjyng in her lifo as lost of Its career, duo to the intoiesting Stanley organization was composed lest she with tho amount. As the members be dedicated with impressive serv- tho Greek and Latin tongues: "Holy church. Besides her husband Miss consider the decentofexistence. nut programmes arranged by the Literary of many pay ices tomorrow. The building is two to normal, by two daughters, men who do not see why they should God! Holy and strong God! Holy and is survived these factors,, tho meeting Monday and Mrs. Walter these rates out of their own pockets, stories and basement, with play Immortal God! Have mercy on us!" Aline Mitchell son, William Mitchell, beyond itand beneathsaid havo been Committee. At M. Hennessy, Chair- were not for Stanley because of his must bo which evening John Schaik, and a record or personality, but simply they asked an explanation from the rooms, kitchen, lavatories and all What Is tho origin of fasting? Class to whom many friends tender their gieatly ovoistressed, there are other man of that committee, nnnounced and solely becauso they were op authority in question and were told, tho modern appurtances. Under the old laws the Jews fasted sympathy. inwnicn that on next Monday Hon. Merit posed to the local administration fundamental considerations rooms are located on tho main floor, to their intense amazement and command of play a great part in our modem lifo O'Neal will deliver a lecture on the and Democratic organization. For dignation, that tho relief measures while tho upper one is arranged by tho forty days andGod; thus Moses forty nights, on fasted years in the weakening of the moral European war, and his discourse this support ho could hardly feel George M. Crush, nineteen could not apply to Franciscan friars, for an auditorium and Is provided Mount Sinai, when God gave him the or our youths and maidens. should prove very interpstlng. Fol- flattered, and tho results in both A. Mrs. slnco by tho laws of England the with a stage and all conveniences Ten Commandments; Elias in liko old, son or Mr. nnd avenue, F.died fiber Perhaps tho most important ono of lowing his lecture there will bo a the Senatorial and Gubernatorial and Crush, 103G EvercU same were outlaws. At a crowded for holding entertainments folall is the lessened feeling ot in honor of tho Past Presi- primaries showed the aspiring lead of tho council, the Catholic other affairs. The building stands manner fasted in the desert. Jesus Sunday morning of pneumonia, meeting on tho part of patents. smoker of the council. occupied by tho his lowing an operation for ear trouble. unaniMonday, ers were very weak, only carrying and Piotestant members matter on the lot formerly just to the rear also fasted, andalsocommanded parents" has dents 13, Rev. P. M. Monaghan, one ward In the city, and that by a The"Cntholic Besides his parents he leaves three "Tho ago of obedient apostles to fast old school building mously decided to fight tho ago oi March e The votes. to the last ditch. They pointed out of the church, which is at Chestnut church, says St. Leo, from the time sisters and thiee brothers. He was our time been called. might likewise chaplain of St. Thomas Orphanage, small plurality of parents, It iVt and his streets. the the gathering last Saturday that in England an effort to get had and Locust pastor, willRev. Michael of the apostles, has enjoined fasting popular with iflourn associates Tho neglectful people In gieat will address the members, nnd on evening Gov. Stanley saw tho very many friends well be named. Our conduct the upon all the faithful, his death.. Halpln, tho samo order declared outlaw the Monday, March 20, Rev. Jeremiah flower or local Democracy, men wno which ParWhy has the church Instituted the funpral was held Tuesday morning numbers seek today to avoid failed before Justice Day, and were dedicatory exercises, aIn number he or obligations of parenthood in the O'Mahoney will be tho speaker of havo worked hard and faithfully fiom St. Brigid's church. will be assisted by representatives liamentary fast before Easter? In the near future a to make tho party what It is hero of off- tho evening. by limitation first place has asked to take the matter up.by ItEng- visiting clergy, and tho children of First To Imitate Jesus Christ, given Announcement of tho death of spring and then by paying but muslcale will be Leo. C. under the today, and he should carefully condecided the parish taking pait. been unanimously who fasted forty days. Schmltt. a sider before attempting to wreck n Wallaco Renfro caused widespread slight attention to the training of direction of Prof. tne time in his lish and Irish alike that Second To participate President successful organization. For the sorrow thioughout the entire city. MifiKi children which are theirs. To member of the council. penal clauses of LEGISLATORS ENTERTAINED. has como when tho merits and passion:' for as Christ Only for a short time was ho con- Uhlrk lesponslbillty is the predom B. J. Sandmann- appointed Messrs. good of the party tho Hutchcraft act must the Catholic emancipation only be glorified through his fined to his home nnd tho end came inant cnaraciensuc oi me wuu. could Osterholt, Kelly, Brlgmnnn, Fleck bill should be beaten in tho Senato Members of the Kentucky General sufferings, so in order to belong to be repealed, and that without delay. of this and Kirchdorfer to organizo and and tho Governor should withdraw the beAs striking That Catholic prelates havo some Assembly who also are em oiled In Him we must follow Him by a llfo most unexpectedly. is For most pro- Important fact, illustration tho the testimony of a handle Trinity's ball team this sea- his suppoit without hesitation. reaved family there is the membership of the Knights of Influence with the authorities answering tp his. Tho State Republican convention found sympathy. His funeral took keeper of a public dance hall before son in tho Twin City League. Pholo shown by tho fnct that the public Columbus were entertained in a desubject the flesh to tho h Third Vice Committee Mathcis. of South from St. Illinois here this week was a blow to tho protest of the Bishop of Kerry re- lightful manner last week, when the spirit, and To prepare ourselves for place Tuesday morning which was tho rtPRprvine Senatenuotation. The btreet, was awarded the Vlctrola In hopes of the Bull Moosers who, deof garding the consoling of corre- Frankfort K. of C. order gave a Easter andthus worthy reception of Fiances of Rome church, last tribute la , the Alfilled with friends as a Chairman of the committee put to connection with tho recent carnival spite their falling strength-- hoped supper at the Frankfort Hotel. A spondence has had Its effect. to be welcomed back with open respect. divine Lamb. the following question: contest. of tho witness though tho Postmaster General did delightful menu was solved, fol- the arms, and in addition to the welFourth Finally to offer to God "Is it your opinion that low wages a number not give a very satisfactory answer lowing which there were guests come expected to be given position tfo'mo satisfaction for our sins, and as trouble proved fatal to have anything to do with the vice Heart and MOTHER COLUM1JA. House when asked by a Cath- of talks from the honor In the McNally, John pioblem?" His answer wns: "Yes, of power and Influence In the future for to for an explanation, tno from the local Knights, tho Rev. J. St. Leo says,year atono short the sins Mrs. Jane on Tuesdaywidow of home, Bifro, olic member Instead at her fast of McNally, by a I think so, but that Isn't all. A beautiful and holy Catholic life councils of the G. O. P. nowhero Bishop is pleased to record that F. O'Dwyor acting as toastmaster. of a whole Mc1C1 Keats tiouble Is that it is the folks" ns hrnucht to a close at St. Cath thov were clven a frost and letters to the Postmaster The guests of honor were Repre- the tenth part of a year. holy season NallyNorth eighty-tw- o avenue. Mrs. and Thehome since his years old was at that ought to keep the girl erine's Convent, 1176 East Broad-wa- In the dally accounts could wo find How shall w keep tho General and the War Offico tho cen- sentatives C. L. Hunter, of tho of a former resident of Glasgow. She under supervision until she is ai Mother Superior any mention nopeWood Axton, xasr. when J. E. Lilly, of Morganfield; nt T.ont with advantage? of his correspondence nnd soring two sons. and pride, Bull Moosers' w oiimiifl endeavor not only to Is survived by William T. Dr. Allen least eighteen years old. ButIs tho Columba passed to her eternal re- fall when he indorsed tho Republireligious Institutions of J. T. Murphy, of Covington; Willthose of the McNally, trouble Is nowadays that it tho Columba was born of Lawrenceburg; deny ourselves food and drink, but McNally and the district has suddenly ceased and iam Cowling, cent, of tho ward. Mothor Mccan candidates for the judiciary it County Westmeath, Ireland, Is owing to his efforts Peter Amnler. of Newport; William still more, all sinful gratifications. and a daughter, Miss ElizaThurs- high living that 80 per ho feels it want something in people want. They years ago, and before was rumored that in return he ty-three Tho Irish Bishops, Duffy and George B. Barrett, of And as the body is weakened by Nally. The funeral was hold in this direction. morning from St. Francos of that is just a little bit spicy. They entering the religious lifo her name would be given recognition at tho real Louisville, and Senator S. L. however, have now another fasting, tho soul, on the other hand, day 'of Columba State convention and that next year will probably bo of Louisville. Others pres should bo strengthened by repeated Rome church, Rev. Father White don't probably allow, a lotbut them was McLoughlin. grievance, which or they spent most of her Mother lifo here, where he would bo tho standard-beare- r don't want vory much, house, cardinal ent wore Messrs. H. F. Lutkemeier, prayers, by frequent reception of conducting the solemn services. carried to the want to see It. A lot of theso girls a legion of friends testify to her tho Republican party In tho Mayor suffragans have is P. P. Lillis. Charles Whitehead, M. Loguo and his tho holy sacraments, attending mass, alty race. But alas and alack I tho By the death of Gustavo Michel, a new dress feel that sued a public protest against the G. Sullivan. D. B. Ahler, John- spiritual reading and good works, 1025 South Seventeenth street, St If they get a little bit further than kindly disposition, intelligent mind Republican leaders here, neyourn, they can go generous heart. Two years ago grant to the Irish Cushin. J. J. Oerthcr, John Dercessation of the small and suffered a nervous breakdown, Chilton. Searcy, et al. have to all of its particularly inose 01 uiuud. she colleges for classes in Gaelic and man, C. B. Downey, P. J. Mulkern, such a manner we shall bo able, ac- Peter's church loses another He was they used to go with their old and faithful members. wages." And then the Important from tho effects of which she nevor appearances forgotten Wood, and If Bishops, in a Edward Freeman, wunams, The jonn rural science, argument, agree with cording to the intention of the a native of Germany, but had long point is emphasized. "And," ho fully recovered. She was the ho gets tho G. O. P. nomination ior Will-laJames Heoney, Charles Lane, year It will bo only our fasting what another lino; of Mavor a lesldonce of this ctty, being Murphy, Donnls Haly, George church, to supply byduring tho year, been years engaged In the crockery continued, "thero ofistrouble to cater Mothor Superior of the Sisters and after a next with tho present bosses tho necessity for rigid economy at fight for point out that Rogers. John MuccI, John Barton, wo have omitted It is a great deal Mercy Convent for twenty years the present tlmo, but willingly and business. Ho is survived by his In a hall to girls that have been had taught numerous pupils. The that should nialco the ramouB Kileconomy should bo In tho right di- P. F. Manning, Carl Weitzol, Frank especially if we fast wrong light. You Sophie Michel; four good intention. was hold Tuesday morning kenny ruction look like a William that rection. They point out also Eng- Busam, Pat Sullivan, James Conloy, with a regulations for the Loulsvillo wife, Mrs. Mrs. John Kippes, Mrs. brought up in theat the young girl3 funeral convent chapel, attended by Jennings Bryan peace conference in daughters, take today, look In the The grants are still being made ingrants William Loggle, Paul Meagher, O. Charlos boys that are the Sisters of Mercy, many clergy- comparison. Mrs. Gutman, George have those land for now schools, while havo T. Canty, George Hannen, Carroll dloceso are past. that specialPrevailed Schmidt, Mrs. A. Carrahan, and two that associate with Democrats aro much encouraged Indnlt, By wiser than they were in my time men and friends. Frazler, Bernard Schroff and Dr. ror years for such schools in Ireland prospects just now over national There Is when I went to school. promulgated in March, 1895. and re- sons, Joseph and John Michel. ceased altogether. They desire that Joe Barr, owing to the avowed intention of years esryjees were held Wednesday ono thing wo ought to do in this TACKY TARTY AND SOCIAL. newed tho second time for ten no differentiation shall be made beIntho Republicans to nominate Root, solemn high mass of country, to havo some means of to morning OLD FRIEND OF COLLIER. tween Irish and English children In ' in 191E, the faculty Is granted disr requiem. with get away Bishops ducing families to take care of A tacky party and confusion social and If they can't Roosevelt. with it the wants of tho day. The possible the Ordinary of tho diocese to in ThlsV havo to take r,,inviotii that it is i will be given under tho auspices of willsimply Hn owing away their opJames Hare, the veteran photog-laphe- perise front thp law of abstinence rUIJLTC MORALS. That Is an oloqount statement, the men nnd women of St. Philip Is the fees and places represents Leslie's i,eA Mrmimstances who the Government will stop secondary that what we need is "some means Nerl's parish next Tuesday evening portunity, as men like Taft, Cumbattle persons wherein there is grave dlffl Weekly on the European for science paid to the Monday night there will be an of inducing families to tako care at Windhorst Hall, Floyd anil Mag- mins or Borah would have been schools, and they point out the bad grounds, tells of meeting Rev, culty in fulfilllHg the comrnon law. strong contenders, but Root or the imporIt results and bad Impression such a Father Stafford, an Irish priest, who As this concession is made by tne important meeting at the Knights ot children." very strikes emphatically and nolia. A prize of five dollars in Ropsevelt would be easy" picking for the tant point course taken at the present time has been conducting services for the tTi aoa n favnr of those who ia- - ot Columbus building, when have BffBP.tivelv. Parents must realize gold will be given for tho most Wilson In the Presidential contest, nnmmlttpB will no will produce when the bonds which Catholic soldiers in the British camp bor, it extends not only to the in Tvifn urnrala to watch unique and novel costumo and The and If the Democrats were given whlcli is of several bind Iroland to the Empire should in Greece. "Are you the Jimmy Hare dividual, but likewise io ui suvu for considerationTTnr snmn matters this the duty children's theirs bo permitted. r conduct and to masking will arrangements promise the choice ot selecting Wilson's op.time their vital interest. be strengthened by every posslblo that made photographs for Collier's ponent they could hardly do better has been In corre- carefully supervise the choice or committee of means, since she is pouring out her for so many years?" asked Father But' this faculty does not extend committee with the authorities of their children's companions. That a delightful time to all who attend. than choose one of the two abovo spondence blood on foreign fields for beat An be receiving an afyear, " other eltiee and ahve obtained mueh this can be carried to an unreason- Refreshments willtwenty-nv-served. cents mentioned. And if the Bull Moos-- r as well as" her own fertile Stafford, and onsaid: "P. F Collier to the Fridays or tne and iu e fee of Saturers are not given more consideration reply, valuable will of The Gaelic League has also firmative of my beet friends. Many' Wednesday, Wednesday the eve of information that will prove make ite able extreme But therecourse readily admission wltey. day of Holv Week or is very little will be charged, entitling the holder in Chicago than they were given be eranted. here. The committee will a .protest against an action was one lined compete for the lucky in the Kentucky Republican convenof a the days 'on the exletenc the next their owa riucMW the time I've hunted foxee with him Christina. On ie permitted to whksn reeort at Federation. meeting of the j danger Inotour country at of this ex- prize.ticket to wWeh threaten tion then Root will be the nominee. x those Catholic the present treme the use of meat and ereral IrUh Birtiojw in Ireland." ful work, German-America- "The London Letter of the New s, Attorney J. J. Kavanagh will be the speaker of tho evening and his adwith dress on "Ireland," coupled her present and future position on the European war, is sure to be an intellectual treat. Tho speaker has a wide reputation as an orator and his long connection with tho O. O H. has endeared him to the members. A musical and literary programmo will be given In addition to tho lec ture, and nmong those who will take part are John J. Flynn, Miss Aleon Zix. Margaret Horan, Mary Goerlng, James Curran, John M. Hennessy, Walter Pilson, Louis Hoffman and The celebration Walter Barrett. will take place In Bertrand Hall and W. J. Connelly County President will preside. In view of the general sympathy expressed by Irish and generally in sympathy with Germany in her present Struggle against tho tyranny and GUNS ON MERCHANT SHIPS. bulldozing of England, there has Photo shows the Italian liner Morona with two guns mounted on the stern, The carrying of these been a committee appointed from the n local so- guns is a matter of vital discussion between United States and Germany. leading ciety .to be present at the St. PatReserved rick's day celebration. seats are now on sale and can bo obCOMING EVENTS. tained from tho Committee of ArMarch 6 Sacred concert at St. rangements, who aro John J. Barry, Philip Nerl's church, evening at Chairman: T. J. Langan, Thomas ' 8:15 o'clock. D. J. Reiliy, James Lynch, Meany, Pat O'Donnell, 6 L. J. March Mammoth euchre party Edward White, John T. Keariey, Jo- "Why and reception at Columbia Athletic Necessity of Parental Besponsi- lias Catholic Church Insti Club. C21 East St. Catherine. seph Lynch, Pat Connelly. Dan hility Deserving of Kspcclnl O'Keofe, Fergus Mooney and W. J. tuted the Fast Before March 6 Euchre and lotto, St. Connelly Emphasis. Charles Hall, in the evening. Easter? March 7 Tacky party and confusion social at Windhorst Hall. March 17 St. Step by Step She Follows Christ bration, auspices Patrick's day cele- Its Vital Connection "With the A O. H., in BerPrevention of Vice Among Through Ills Better trand Hall. Irish-America- ns their own selfishness and lovo of in ordinate pleasure, by tho ease with which they dissolve the family tlo, and by their utter neglect of their offspring, prepare the way for that Should Withdraw From Support offspring's moral ruination. of the llutchcraft Bill Surely it is time that something Gn ! xr If hn rtnnn In li a m to ! in Senate. is time that our men In public life j should emphasize the necessity of a return to a .sense of responsibility. And the basic fact which will lead Measure Only Intended to "Wreak. to this phenomenon is tho leturn Vengeance on Local Demof religion to the people. Without it they aio drifting into perilous ocratic Organization. ways. With it they will bo able to meet In tho proper manner tho complex problems of our modern life, not the least of which is tho problem of widespread sexual vice. Wood Avtoit ami Local Bull 4 f I C. B. of C. V. Mooscrs Given Frost ly GRAND SACRED CONCERT. Bcpuhlicaci. WILSON'S CHANCES ARE BRIGHT Tomorrow night there will be a grand sacred concert in St. Philip Nerl's church, Floyd and Woodbine, under the direction of Miss Gertrudo Simpson, to which the public Is cordially Invited. The programme Is evenly arranged and one of tho most meritorious ever presented in Louisville, including chorus, quartette, violin, cello, flute and vocal solos. Thero will be fifteen numbers and assisting Miss Simpson will be Misses Tho llutchcraft bill, backed by Gov. Stanley and a combination of liquor men and prohibitionists, will bo Intioduced In tho Senato next week, tho Houfo having passed it by a close vote after quite a stormy session last week. Democrats who ate Inteersted In paity welfare hope Gov. Stanlej will lecedo from that LENT. IMPORTANT e, Monday-evenin- g Mar-ist- s, 0er MB8glExVTIIS. -- r mis-eiab- ly - down-and-outer- s, sixty-thre- i - Twenty-sevent- Lob-ano- n; v, seven- Rob-nrtKo- n. well-reason- ed m . Fu-ner- nl chll-flron- ." r, i m-o- Bng-lan- d, X aaWTTTOJKY K&NTU6KY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. lasted to tte Social and Ratal AivaBCemeaeBl ol Irish Aaericaas and Cilbollca Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ol Hlberalans, Young Men's Institute and CathoHc Knlghti of America. IJSfclSJHC AMEXfclO-AJCtf- Ill C83aaC8M0C8MC8ace3MMMl M SOCIETY. in New York City last week, buying E for J. Bacon & Sons. E The Store That Has the Confidence of the People. iiinu Mrs. J. H. Broderick is on a ten Incorporated, Publlahara days' visit to New York and the KINTUCKY IKI8H AMERICAN PRINTING CO., SINQLB COPVc East. iBBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR Mrs. J. F. Francis lias been vis- j fUttr. BnUfd it th UwIitHU. PwtaWf t iting her slater, Mrs. S. P. Sheerin, AMERICAN, Wcit Oreea St. in Indianapolis. all C.aicttlo.B to tee KENTUCKY IMSH Stcyod-CU1H-2- 1 bacon a son rtJf niiUM I 1 Seventy Years in Business Under the Same Name. I'll I INCORPORATED II 'J ill I I,, 1 YOUNG PEOPLE PREPARING TO GO TO HOUSEKEEPING SHOULD SEE (tRADESTOjCOUHCpt Mrs. Ruth Mahoney has been entertaining her granddaughter, Miss Ruth Pottinger, of New Havon. BACON'S DEPENDABLE FURNITURE BEFORE BUYING. WE FURNISH HOMES COMPLETE. PRICES REASONABLE. LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, MARCH j, Henry Bosquet and Owen Coch ran have been enjoying a week's 1916. sojourn at West Baden Springs. contempt. Every one has a right totho necessities of life, and consciousness of the claim bestowed by the natural law makes every man worthy of tho name loth to accept ns a niggardly pittance the sustenance that he can demand in justice. But how different is the motive that .inspired tho gift sent to the Now York Sun recently by a gentleman of Rockland. "For bread," was th,o message accompanying his present, ' from one who has nevor been hungry, and is thankful for blessings received." This is the proper spirit If faith were stronger, says America, and there were more gratitude for the good things given by tho bounty of the Father of all, there would bo more sympathy and generosity and a greater willingness on the part of those with many possession. to share their abundance with those who have few, and there would be Christ's fewer dying of hunger. gentte kindness in caring for tho poor took all sting from his munificence, and his example still sways the hearts of many generous givers. WIRES CROSSED. Mrs. Thnmns Mr.finlrn. nf Smith stand this sort of thing? Is it not Louisville, is in Chicago visiting AWAKES FROM TRANCE. about time England were caiicu to her daughter, Mrs. William Tucker, nitnnnnt fnr . The editor of the Louisville Her- Mbvu .w linr mlKflpPflR? ,. , , airs, ueorge 'i nomas nau as ner ald has seen a great light. Ho says: guest last week her sister. Miss DOOMED TO FAILURE. "Wo began to realize a great truth Mary Gallagher, of Bloomington, Ind. been repeating a German friend has Cardinal Gibbons has come out to unwilling ears "America knows squarely against the prohibition Misses Ella O'Brien and Vernie just so much of the war, the actual craze. His Eminence shows it Nolan visited in Jeffersontown last happenings, as tho English are will- failed everywhere and is doomed to week, the guests of Migs Maggie ing to have her know and no failure. The Cardinal is a strong Hummel. more. Much we fear that it is temperance advocate, but ho is Mrs. Martin Wise and son, Martrue." against tho fanatics and properly so. tin Wise, Jr., of Buffalo, are here for an extended visit to friends and PROPER SPIRIT. Congressman Caleb Powers says relatives. President Wilson is bent on declarJ Little Marietta and John To bo poor is hard enough, but to ing war with Germany. Ho also Score had their tonsils removed at have one's poverty paraded before declares that it is all tho members Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Li unsympathetic officialdom is tho last of Congress can 'do to hold him this week. straw In the breaking of tho spirit. down, and that it is doubtful EE Tho Suite consists of four pieces, Ann Clinir, Arm Rocker, Magazlno Stand nml lnrge Library Table. It is made of solid oak in n Miss Laura McCormack, of South- E pretty fumed finish. Tho cliair nnd rocker nrc large and roomy, tho seats nro upholstered in n guaranteed quality of imitation Spanish Philanthropy, especially when it is whether or not It can be averted. returned Leather and aro supported by heavy coil springs. Tho table Is 20 inches wide and 12 Indies long, has one largo drawer, two book shelves professional, though if bears up the But Caleb Is a Kentucky Republican ern Heights, where she Thursday had been from Memphis, xl7 Indies in size. A at each end and long under shelf. The mngnzlnti stand is 30 inches high, 11) Indies wide and has four ohclves body, bears down tho heart, and and opposed to the Wilson admini- visiting for several weeks. S splendid bargain. many a man has preferred to starve strator His party will hall with You can buy it on tho Household Club Plan, by making a llrst payment of $3.25, then $2.00 per month until paid. EE Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin rather than ask help of those who delight any mistake tho President spent last week in New YorkStraus City, We give Surety Coupons on all Club Plan purchases and payin cuts, provided payments are made at the specified time. would lling him a coin tainted with may make. registering at the Blltmoro and en This Handsome Library Set $25 joying the theaters and shops. Mil A Baptist missionary ot Chile, South America, writing to a local Baptist paper, in speaking of tho Catholic church In that country says: "She has left tho people of that country ignorant, Immoral and debauched, and wherever she has gone she has held the people in sins of the deepest dye and proved her failure." Our reverend traveler must have got his wires crossed, as in an other part of his communication he says, speaking of Chile, where he is located: "The pulso of Chile throbs with national life, tho people being a sturdy, progressive race, and proud of their standing. There are 492 papers published, Including seventy-thre- e dailies and 18G weeklies." The writer was evidently too intent on impressing his readers with his crying need, more American dol lars, to keep his data straight. In s of this class cidentally of communications are always burdened with the same plea, "more money to convert the "Romanists." nine-tenth- practice among the Roman pagans HAPPILY AVEDDED. special religious For weoks we have been told by of holding tho beginning of tho at The marriage of Miss Eleanor press that Ger- seeding, vintage and harvesting tho many's' power of offensive had de- times to ask their deities for a Mansfield and Col. John B. Wathen, widely known, The church, both of whom are parted and that now she was hard plentiful harvest. with nuptial mass converting heathen nations, was solemnized on Thursday mornset to maintain her lines against when always has tried to sanctify any at the Cathedral DIVISION 1, A. O. H. tho continuous pressure of the al- practices which could be utilized for ing, Rev. P. M. J. Rock officiating. lies' fo'rees. Now the news comes a good purpose. The purpose ofj Tho attendants were Miss Jessie 1, A. O. H., Division held a Indianapolis, and Mansfield, of that tho Germans have ,broken their introduction by tho church Is Charles Wathen, son of tho groom. fairly well attended meeting on through the French-Britis- h lines. It twofold. They aro intended In tho Immediately following the ceremony Thursday of last week, President first place to thank God for the Ryan and all tho officers beNew is not very easy for tho average blessings obtained during the sea- tho hrirte and croom left for they Mark ing preesnt. The reports woro all Orleans and the South, where square one day's news son just ended, to Him will spend a month beioro returning encouraging and showed tho divisreader to with that of another. Some must the new reason and .implore bless- to Lebanon, where they will make ion to ' be making progress. Martin ings for It, atoning at the same time their home. Gavin, William Murphy, Thomas bo false, and some of the committed. The other for tho Keonan and others discussed the must be lying. It Is, how- object Is sins ask God to send zealous to work to be" done, plans for which ST. CECILIAS. ever, worthy of note that most of and holy laborers Into nis vineyara, will bo soon formulated. President the canards are served with British good priests into his church. Tuesday night there was a well Ryan urged the members to give the St. Patsauce. Tho purpose is not quite attended and interesting, meeting their united support to at Bertrand HOLY NAME SOCIETY. of St. Cecilia's branch of the Cath- rick's day celobratlon present so apparent. Probably the intention when Society, which is Hall and also to be olic Orphan Is to work on our well known The Holy Name Society is a con- awakening much Interest through- the Hibernians make their annual prppensity to applaud success, and fraternity of tho Catholic church, out the city. Robert Laffey pre- communion at St. Patrick's church. notice Diif that be truo and It can bo shown whose objects aro the cultivation of sided, and after Trustee Thomas From now until furthermonthly, on vision 1 will meet only reverence fcr the love England is really tho mainstay Name and God and Jesus Christ, Holy Dolan made report of the work that the fourth that night, at Thursday and of being done, he called upon the of the allies, wo shall bo ready to the suppression of blasphemy, per- was central officers, who wore present Liederkranz Hall. feel moro kindly disposed toward jury, rash oaths, profanity and Im- as visitors. President Meehnn and LEXINGTON. or Improper language. It takes her and to overlook her short- pureinception from the Council of Secretary Harry Colgan responded, its liap-peand as a result of their talks a comings, particularly when she O'Mahoney, State Dr. Richard Lyons, A. D. 1274, and was insti- number of of the parish to tread on our national corns. tuted to make reparation for the promised to ladles the branch in its Revenue Agent and highly respected assist throughout the' Bluegrass section, Jf that has been the object of the insults offered Our Dlvino Lord by work. died in Lexington on Wednesday, it has heretics. Pope Gregory X. at once lying scribes we confess to following an operation. Dr. O'Mathe commissioned MAKING SHROUDS. proven eminently successful. No promote the society.Dominicans been years old, honey was seventy-tw- o It has nation with a proper sense of Its richly endowed with .indulgences. Godfrey and and was promlnont in Lexington Misses Margaret as own dignity would permit Its com Wary McDerrnott. who are located and State politics and servedana to be dislocated, its mail in room 207 in the Boston building, back tax collector for the city ERECT HIGHEST SPIRE. merce have added a new feature to their as back tax assessor and as State opened, iUt Bhips searched on the e for Agent The highest church spire In the business that will fill a needed Revenue years. for those who had put high sens and He practiced Jaw Henceforth twenty now St. want In Louisville. world will rise from the themselves under the protection of Vincenl Ferrer church, now being thev will make shrouds to order until his lllneee incapacitated him. Its flag taken off and deprived ot erected, in New York City. Jt will for women and children, and all He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. and John Bonnymaa, of Birmingham, will be in. their liberty! AH this' we have per be elehteen feet aboye diameter and their work arranged. delivered God Ala.; a daughter-in-laMrs. C. A. Mieses the roof of tastefully end, attain a height on r, he lived mitted XSafJaad to do, and the 1G5 feet, topping the present high frey aad aScDermott are the only Pliandwlth whom the est' on the Amiens 'Cathedral la maker of women's ahreuds in this North Broadway; Sliter Mary Marmui is not yet. How long garet (Miaa Kate O'Mahoney), of Hty. good people ot the United State) France by several Jjeet core-monies pro-Engli- sh news-gatherers ns , State-at-largw, BRITISH CANARDS. Miss Nell Gould entertained last week at her home in South LouisEngland Is still calling for. more ville for Miss Sadie McKenna and recruits, and the people aro asking Jean McKenna, of the Highlands. Why those sho already has are not Josephine and Misses Marie on the job. It looks as if she were Kelley and Miss Mary Harold, of preparing to move in full force Rushville. Ind., have returned after when tho war is over and tho spoils a visit to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kelley. are to be divided. a pleasant visit with her . After mother, Mrs. J. K. Leahy, the past One good thing about America Is week, Mrs. Walter Leachman has that anyone who Is ashamed of this returned to her home at Springcountry or disgusted with American field. patriotism can pick up and leavo Squire John J. O'Brien, Capt. any time. The door is always open. James Hendricks and Edward H. Wagner were in Frankfort Tuesday, Lent begins next Wednesday. looking at the General Assembly in Spend tho season well, and remem- action. ber you may never have another. Tho many friends of Mrs. Margaret Riley, 1130 South Seventh CHURCH NOT AFRAID. street, will be sorry to learn that ill for tho she has Bishop O'Dea. in a recent address past week. to the Knights of Columbus, said this: "The church has nothing to A delightful event of tho past hide from the world. Sho has from week was tho entertainment given the beginning invited Investigation. by Mrs. Alton Kolb in honor of In all of her works, from the small Miss Hill, of Evansville, the guest est catechism to the highest the of Miss Olive Winn. ology, she is open to Investigation by the public. She is most deMrs. John Rellly, one of tho piosirous that her doctrines should be neer residents of Limerick, has known, and that she should have been seriously ill at tho home of liberty ot proclaiming to the world her son, David L. Rellly, of HOC tho divine injunction, 'Go and teach South Seventh street. all nations.' This is her grand and noble mission, and sho has always Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jennings, of and on all occasions availed herself Walls. Miss., have been hero on a She had not visit this past week as the guests of of this privilege. lived in this world for tho last nine- Mrs. Jennings' sisters, tho Misses teen hundred odd years without be Finegan, of South Sixth treet. ing known, and tho grandest li brary the Catholic library of the Morris, Christine Misses Vatican, is thrown open to the pub- Metz and Helen Humpert were tho Marie Popes of Rome were week-en- d lic, and the of Senator and Kuests the ilrst to say: 'Let the truth bo Mrs. Charles H. Knight in Frank " we-arnot afraid of it.' known; fort, whore they attended tho As sembly Club dance. EMBER DAYS. Possibly to aid President Wilson's Ember days aro three days at the programme "rrepareuness ana beginning of oach of the four sea Defense" theofbusy old Stork left a sons ot tho year which the Uatn defender of tho country at ollc church sets apart as days of future tho home of Mr. and Mrs. John J, fasting and prayer. They aro tho Monday. Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays Barry last following tho first Sunday in Lent, J. L. Lynch and J. K. Mayer were Pentecost, September 14, and tho Senn has an Mrs. third Sunday of Advent. Tho insti- nounced Katherine engagement of her tution of the Ember days goes back daughter, tho Miss Katherine Senn, to to the earliest times of the church. Arthur E. Gohmnnn. Their marriage Tho immediate occasion for their will not take place until after Lent. introduction seems to have been tho been-Bcriously e The Catholic Telegraph Almanac has been received and reflects credit upon the publishers. Containing much valuable Information which will interest Catholics and this almanac will find appreciation everywhere. Those who receive copies should consider themselves fortunate. lilt Ir Sergeant Mike Cross left Thursday for New Orleans to attend the Mardi Gras festival and renew old friendships in his former home. Malono Miss loft Katherlno Wednesday for New York, accompanied by Miss Margaret Wann, who was her guest for six weeks. CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving' Picture Mouses in Louisville. Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. Presenting only the standard prodnctions, historic, dramatic and comic. SACRED CONCERT SUNDAY, MARCH 5, AT 8 P. M. At St. An Philip Neri Church, Floyd and Woodbine 3 Under the Direction of Miss Gertrude Simpson. nrficftr nnA Avo11,rif npnircqmma Unc Kuan n... . 1 n rendered by Louisville's leading vocal and instrumental soloists. You are cordially invited to attend this concert, for which a small offerinz will be accepted at the door. MARS "I'M SICK AND TIRED PRIEST HERE. OF THIS BLOODY BUSINESS." ...GRAND CONCERT... Catholic Choral Union GIVEN BY THE Duluth, Minn., and two sons, Carroll O'Mahoney, of San Antonio, and Rev. D. O. Crowley, LL. D., of Richard O'Mahoney. San Francisco, and uncle of Very NOTED Rev. Father T. L. Crowley, Prior of St. Louis Bertrand's church, arrived here Wednesday on a visit, WINN ASSISTS FUND. AT THE GALT HOUSE AUDITORIUM, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 6, 1916. TiolceiH 50 cenlN. After the concert dancing. and during his stay has been the guest of the Dominican Fathers. Last evening he was tho guest of honor at a reception in Bertrand Hall arranged by the Holy Name Society and men of the parish. Tho visitor is a well known writer of verse, and with the local Father Crowley was joint author of "Songs, Sonnets and Essays." In 1912 they made a trip together in an automobile throughout Ireland, and during their tour met mnay of the famous home rule leaders, the elder Father Crowley having a personal acquaintance with Redmond, Devlin and others. He is at present the Chaplain and Superintendent of the Youths' Directory, a boys' agricultural college at San Francisco, C,al., with which there is connected a largo vineyard, the output of which Is altar wine, made underthe personal supervision of Father Crowley, and has the official approval of high ecclesiastical authorities. foundations are already built and Council Bluffs will confer the depaid for and work on the superstructure, for which there is grees on a class of forty .March 12. ?54,000 clear cash on hand, Will Sixty-liv- e wore initiated commence at once. Its dedication at St. Paul candidates on Washington's birthwill take place either next Christ- day. mas or tho following Easter. Last Sunday fifty candidates were MULLOY'S COFFEE Initiated at Omaha and sixty at PAS.SIOX1ST RETREATS. Fremont, Neb. Is the best coffee value offered. Tuesday evening tho annual reThe first degreo will bo exemplified If you want a delicious, inexpentreats for the Passionist Fathers at Cincinnati on March 1C and the sive coffee, opened with solemn services in all second on March 19. TRY OU- Rtheir monasteries in the Untied Tho degreo of Alhambra will be States, and they will continue until on a large class at March 7. The retreat at the Sacred conferred Newburg Buffalo on March 13. Heart Retreat on tho 2 1.2 Lli. road is being conducted by the jjittle"Rock Council will celebrate Rev. Father Marcellus, C. P., of fits twelfth anniversary with a big Special rebate ticket good for Normandy, near St. Louis. Rev. 10c in trade with 2 on April 30. lbs. of Father Cletus Brady, C. P., rector initiation New Blend. Tomorrow quite a largo class, inof the Sacred Heart Retreat, left Monday for Chicago, whero he will cluding Father Stern and Father JOHN M. MULLOY, direct the retreat at Norwood Park, Naughton, will be Initiated at Sterling, Col. 212 West Market. and at the Bame time Father Congressmen Krulp, C. P., left for CinM. K. Rellly and cinnati, to direct the exercises at Daniel J. Grlflln delivered Interesting Holy Cross Monastery. addresses at the annual banquet held by the council at BInghamtou. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT ANOTHER NEW CHURCH. Applications for admission to the scholarship competitive examinations The Rev. Joseph A. O'Grady, pas- should bo in not later than April 1. tor of St. Aloyslus church on Payne The examinations will be held May street, has made known his, inten- G. tion of building a handsome brick The day beforo tho Supreme Counedifice for his congregation. Father O'Grady has long had this ambition cil at Davenport next August the and his friends will bo rejoiced fourth degreo will be exemplified. Applications must be in before that ho has almost enough sub April 1. scriptions to Btart the work of building, which It is hopea to have Bishop Dowllng, of Des Moines, completed for next Christmas. who Is noted for his eloquence, will be the preacher nt tho retreat that FORTY nOUUS' FRAYER. will open under the auspices of tho AH the late Stv: s and Detroit Knights on Sunday, April 2. can be found tnd bowrnajruable Sbaeef. ro at prlcei, Preparatory for the Lentor soason Seven hundred members and over the Forty Hours' Adoration will a thousand friends attonded the take place next in Louisville at Holy memorial mass at the Cathedral for Name church. Third and O streets, Union First Communion Books beginning tomorrow morning and the deceased members of Grimes at Syracuse. Bishop continunig until Tuesday. These Council ROSARIES beautiful and lmnresslve devotions was tho celebrant. will be directed by Rev. John SCAPULAR MEDALS LEAVES FOR DES MODTES. O'Connor, the pastor, and a number . See oar new book. "Hew to of the local qlergy will assist him. The Rev. Father Fabian, C. P., rled." friends In wfcn mtidn manv warm CONSISTORY POSTPONED. Every Devotional Article here. Louisville while stationed at tho Ne trouble to sko-p- eodc. Tho latest ndvlrnn from Rome are Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newlast week for Des consistory that was an- - burg road, left ho that the will he assistant Rogers Church Goods Co. nnlniui fnr thla mntith linn hnan r;inno or hero uIiumiiiiI v Tho TTnlv Tfuthor trill to Father Benedict Hanley, who Is not call brie before May, and ikw erecting a sew raseienisi iuuuasioi 12f S. FOURTH AVE. there. fnn bos create ay Matt Winn, of this city, is five persons who havo given or more toward tho erection new St. Patrick's Cathedral at El Paso, where Bishop A. J. Schuler, S. J will preside. Thcso donors will bo known as founders and their names inscribed on a marble tablet to be placed in the The vestibule of the Cathedral. Col. one of $1,000 of the KNIGUTS OF COLUMBUS H " BQi Late News Members Here and Else- That Will Interest where. NEW BLEND 65c 2 1 .! Get-Ma- r i,uuiu. jKBHNraraTOK'v jcjGtisH $45SS-3?4'$3$-$3$4 ajsootklgajs. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize ndvertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVILLE BY & AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGRAVEHS BCI1LICII ENGRAVING COMl'ANV. ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky S06 W. Main St., Homo Phone City 6674 IJAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY i'WSKl)F$JXJJS5 THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates. Distillers 01 OLD POHTUNA "HOLLENBACH" 528 W. Main St. SOUIl MASH PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. Spring Juvenile Apparel Ready Owing to peculiar market conditions, early selections are advisable, as in most cases duplicates of the new garments now being shown cannot be procured later. These early shipments enable us to present new things first without any advance in prices. Emphasis is placed upon the assortment of Girls' Coats being shown in sizes from 5 to 16 years. Boys' Topcoats, Reefers and Juve nile Suits; the latter in the new Junior Norfolk model. Garments cleverly de signed of fashionable serge, shepherd checks and other novelty fabrics All .fc 6 rfiRAN W. SMITH'S WV1 SON. V 1 AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. 5 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET CUMBERLAND MAIN ICE CREAM 1101 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 VVVVVVVVVVVVV'VVVVV nOMEPnONESS 3971-- 7 "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "Tho Place Where 'All Heady for Your Griddle In the Made to Look Morninc" SPALDING DRY SAUSAGE HAMS, LARD, LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. PHONES (Incorporated.) 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A wonderful collec- which will be greatly admired for their tion which omits nothing in the way of elegance. material and color. Styles appropriate Norfolk Suits and Cloth Hats; in for school and dress wear. styles for the larger boys. Play Suit, Rdmpers,Togs; hundreds refined The usual diversified selection has of pretty styles with either long or been provided both as to models and short sleeves. Designs are entirely exclusive and not to be procured else- fabrics. (Juvenile Section Main Floor) where in Louisville. JUDGE SHKA NAMED. DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors I Climb. Main 209S-U and Ernbalmersl Home City 2f)0S BOTH PHOKES. HKHH-44-H"K- - I FRANK FEHR BREWING CCl i""CrtPonATnD L. Room i 1, STIGLITZ & SONS 415 Fourth Street Louis D. Coady Tlios. II. Kennedy KENNEDY-COADY &$&$&&$G&&&&&&&S xjS$)3$4k$$&53$$$ Judge Joseph H. Shea, of Seymour, Ind., has been selected by President Wilson as Ambassador to Chile. Ho will succeed Henry P. Fletcher, who has been appointed Ambassador to Mexico. There Is no doubt of his confirmation, as he is well q lalified for tho important post. CO. MANUFACTURERS Incorporated Louisville Made Furnaces S. Ninth St. City 2542 Home Phone 210-22- 2 MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Homo Phono, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. BALL RETREAT FOU KNIGHTS. The four days' retreat for the Knights of Columbus of Louisville will take place in St. Louis church, opening on Wednesday, March 15. The Very Rev. J. II. Meagher, the eloquent Provincial of the Dominfcan order, will conduct the exercises, which are sure to bo laigely attended. Ber-trand- PLAYERS Raise your average with a Mascot Bat. Win the game with a w'5VILLE. s' Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE. JTY". i--i MACKIN COUNCIL-- . 3 Mascot Bat. GERMAN BANK 'fssssssssHbeteBBak FLORISTS Cut Flowers for ail occasions. n Special attention given orders. uJmf mfKSSk IR Mackin Council will meet Monday night, when the hall will bo filled to hear the Rev. Father Seraphim Schlang. pastor of St. Anthony's '.church, who will deliver an address on the subject of "Mixed Marriages," Father Schlang is an eloquent pieacher who takes great Intel est in Catholic joung men. CLOSING DANCE. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. NEW NANZ INCORPORATED. a NEUNER CO. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED G57 Fourth Ave., Louicvillo. Ky. Com-Cel-S- ar The Great Stomach, Kidney Liver and The closing danco of tho season PHONE CITY 859. for members of the Knights of Columbus and their families will be given next Tuesday evening in tho Cumb, Phone West AEROPLANE VS. ZEPPELIN. This will bo the last club house. many of which Eng- entertainment given by the council Photo shows typo of light and fast aeroplane, land has recently constructed for defenso of hei cities and towns until after Lent. Theso aeroplanes leave the giound very against Zeppelin attacks. fast and fly at a great speed. EUCHRE AND LOTTO. 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Our 1'iices 75c mul $1 at and lotto parties both and 8 o'clock, for which a fine dis nana, play of prizes are already on Tho ladles of the congregation aro taking an acme Interest in this bazar and will servo fine meals both days. The buslnees men aro Clancy. specially invited to be their guests. Treasurer Father Martin O'Connor will also be Sergeant-at-Arra- s there to welcome his friends. Sentinel clays 3 A grand bazar for tho benefit of St. Michael's school will tako place next Monday and Tuesday, afterA. O. H. noon and night, In St. Michael's Hall. 220 South Brook stieet. and BIVISION 1. an enjoyable time is promised thos Meets Fourth Thursday, Llederkranz eucnre who attend There will do SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A euchro and lotto will be given In St. Charles Hall, Twenty-sovent- h and Chestnut streets, next Monday evening, the games to bo called at Two sets of dishes, 8:15 o'clock. two comforts, two handsome quilt!) and other prizes will bo given. Sold at all WIEDEMAN N UfCOttrORATLD BREWING COMPANY'S lea-Iln- Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers, bars and cares. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent &m GRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. g FIRST JOURNALISTIC CLASS. OPKN NEW HALL. Falls City Straw WorRs 7J3 AVest liquid rurnlture and Jefferson Street North Sido The new St. Augustine's Hall In Jeffersonvllle will have its formal opening Monday night. Ladies who conducted the country stoio at this weok's bazar will have charge, and have ararnged for a card and lotto They aio party as the feature. Mrs. Patrick Dixon, Mrs. William Claience Leaf and Leonard. Davis, Mrs. George Young, Mrs. Mrs. William f iUE .I vAji Ht year soya an education that trill prepare them for life, ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 113 W. Broadway, Xionltrrlll, Zy. "SOLDIERS." The general intention of tho League of the Sacred Heart for March as lecommended by His Holiness Benedict XV. 1b "Soldiers." It is according to Catholic teaching that whon there is question of national existence of of upbuilding tho morality and the religion of the woild, war is justifiable ana even holy. When war is waged by a nation and tho reasons that justify It are not go clear, tho people can trust their rulers and obey their commands. War can not be waged without soldiers and so tho Holy Father turns our thoughts this month to tho millions of men now on the battlefields In Europe and asks us to pray for them. YOUNGEST ArchbishoD-elec- We are alio Headquarter for rami-gatin- g Sick and Dlseand Boom. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother. Classical, Scientific and Business Courses, Preparatory Department, Large Swimming; Pool, Well Equipped Qymtia. ilum. Terms Moderate. Bro. James, Dir. DISTRICT CHAPLAIN. Col. Fox, commanding the First Kentucky district of the Knights of St. John, lias announced the appointment of the Rov. Louis Braun, O. F. M., as chaplain for the district, which embraces all the and territory from Louisville to Eastern Kontucky. SECURES "WILLING SERVICE. Many women can't make out why their servants leave them. Whilo they pay good wages they seldom Louisville Chemical 108-11- Co. .; 0 Incorporated Heme Phone, City 6308 SOUTH THIRD STREET Phc-ne- "As Near lo You as tbe Nfarett es Oar Special $3.00 Spray Oar Special $5.00 Wreath i' i 3 Flowers Lomiivllle. Tbe largest value ever in Pane-ra- l offered in ?23 ARCHBISHOP. For prompt delivery call both pbonei. utter the kind word. Not many realize that one word of praise Is worth its weight in gold In securing willing service. Women will find that even slight encourageemnt when deserved goes and encouraging Arthur A. Sinnott, of the newly created archdiocese of Winnipeg, Canada, is tho youngest Ardhblshop on the American continent. He Is not yet thirty-nin- e years old. Most Rev. t II pOO ibuHit Aynuf LmiwBf J 'JTeWtwi UtogMplM everywhere,'' a long way toward relieving work of its monotony and making a dull task a pleasant one. Taken all In all, any employer is the loeer who begrudges the word of deserved praise. feature for the spring. Tolsabeae Dark bluo and black 'lire among the prime favorites among tho sober colored spring suitings. There is talk of lengthening tho AKCinilSIIOP IMPROVING. sVlrfn tliniinrh the tendency has not yet made itself seriously felt. Archbishop Blenk, of New OrCANADA'S PORHSTS. Summer frocks can do maae up leans, who is HI at the Schumpert was Bishop Van de Van. Hie phyTh 4 area of Canada's forests Is now with assurance that there will Sanitarium in Sfareteport, haa re sicians are yet usable to say when NORTON BUILDING to guiflelently reoelve he will be able to return to his wore than double those of all Ku not be many changes In style from N. W. covered Cwitcr Fwrth and JeffcriM rope. home and resume active work. aireauy launcnea. tbe models friend. Amomg the recent visitors Prnf. John M. Coonev. director of tho Notre Dame School of Journalism, will deliver an address at the meeting of tho teachers of journalism at Lawrence, Kas., tho latter part of April. Notre Dame, which Is one of tho two Catholic universities in the country giving courses in Thomas Kcenan. slxtv stu James English. niirnntiom nnw lias overThis year's dents taking the course. Tim Lyons. will bo tho first grauuaung ciass. BIVISION 3. FOUNDED BY FRIABS. First and Third Monday nt Hibor- 0 nian Home, Portland. Tim ntv nf San Antonio. Texas. President Lawrence J. Mackey. founded by Franciscan friars, is to Vice President John J. Riley. celebrate its two hundredth blrth-iin- v It exnects to hold 'n ims. Secretary Financial John J. Hesslon, Jr. then an International exposition in Recording Secretary Matthew honor of the occasion. Tlie people there will restore the four missions O'Brien. aro now in nf lm inntilfR which Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. ruins. San Antonio is not tho first Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. to town to owe Its establishment Sentinel Thomas Noon. Catholic priests. They are everywhere the pioneers of civilization. DIVISION 4. has expressed Cardinal Gibbons Meots Second and Fourth Mondays, himself as favoring the undertaking. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. IRISH FIGHTING FORCE. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. From the outbreak of the war to Langan. January 8 the recruits lalsed by Recording Secretary James S. Ireland numbored 86,277, accordMcTlghe. ing to the report of Baron Treasurer Pat Connelly. Lonl Lieutenant of Ireland, Ho estimates Sentinel M. J. McDermott. published Monday. Sorgcant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. that at the present timo there are about 100,000 unattested single men of military ago In Ireland, but deY. M.I. ducting those indespensablo for agriculture, commerce and producMACKIN COUNCIL, 205. munitions and thoso medtion Evenings at Club icallyof unfit Meets Monday for, service, concludes 344 North Twenty-sixtHouse, that tho single men actually availPresident S. O. Hubbuch. able would hardly oxceed 100,000. M. F. First Vice President Schaad. TRUE ALL THE SAME. Second Vice President R. L. Scheckler. It was an Irish father told his Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. son who had become very careSecretary G. less, very lukewarm. In his religion: Recording W. Buckle. "Without wishing to be a prophet Treasurer G. J. Thornton. of evil at all, at all, I can't kape Marshal Theo. Buckle. from sayin' that lukewarmness here Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. on earth may mane entirely too much heat In the hereafter." Outside Sentinel H. Ffeioer. 1818-182Wlm-bern- e, h, Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Cushlng. Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Secretary Financial Edward JOHN B. FR.aJtffe WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery m 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. LOUISV1LLE3. TELEPHONE 200 m?. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING C011MON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. LATEST IS STVI-KS- . Head dresses are uccomlnK more popular than ever. Great height Is a favorite characteristic of modish millinery. Satin is as Increasingly popular llnvestlgato Our New Free for coat purposes as for suits. Delivery Service. Feminine favor has foisaken the 8BB OUR ADS IN THE TIMES, pretty cotton and linen frocks. HERALD AND POST. Glace kid boots of various light colors are to bo tho stylo again. florp-nhnvlnt nnil rnidurov makft practical spring suits for tho actlvo boy. Coloied laces to match the shade of the gown on which they aro used aio modish now. TVflnirltnir nf clrltiorl nlllf rind nlnln blue serge promises to bo a popular fHjjQ H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embaimers. S10 XPECXIR ATVJXVm 16V2. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT o jKZESJNnrXTOXCY WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. IRISH AMEJS5ICAlf. TRIIIUTK. VICAll GI3XEHA1VS STEWART DRY GOODS CO. (Incorporated) IN CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCREERY & CO.. NEW YORK. Shown at Stewart's Complete Assortment New 1916 Wash Goods j I i The troubled conditions abroad have affected the domestic situation by the withdrawal of weavers from American plants to secure the largey salaries offered in the munition fac- tories. This is common knowledge. It is creating a short market on dependable Wash Goods. Makers are already sending out advices that they will be unable to guarantee colors. Consequently the Stewart kind of Wash Goods will be hard to get. At the present time we are offering full and complete assortments of quali-itie- s which we can strongly indorse. Satisfactory choice can now be made from all kinds and styles, among which are: Printed Flaxons, in many stripes and iloral 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 G6 inches wide; a yard Ivanhoe Zephyr Ginghams, in new patterns 15c and solid colore ; a yard multi-colore- d h Biltmoro Checked Voile, of a soft, sheer quality, with cords forming various size 25c cheeks: full 36 inches wide; a yard "White Plisse, of a firm quality, in the small crinkle style, so much in demand for under22c wear; n yard "Wonderful Cloth the wash goods so suited to the 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 AVhite General, delivered tho funeral ora-- 1 lion, paying a beautiful tribute to tho deceased when he said that, though not being thoroughly familiar with the entire life of Mrs. Sullivan, the fact that she had given two faithful and capable members to the Nazareth ordor was a testimonial indeed. Father Cronln also urged his hearers to remember the deceased in thoir prayers and also tho souls in purgatory,, remarking that in doing so they would be laying up future treasures for themselves. Other clergy present and assisting at the mass were Rev. C. P. Raffo, Rev. M. F.. Melody, Rev; Francis O'Connor, Rev. Clotus Brady, Rev. Dennis Callaghoy and Rev. Edward Roonan. Mrs. Sullivan is survived by her two daughters, Sister Mary Martha, Mother Superior of St. Thomas; Sis-tThomas Marie, of Covington, and three grandchildren, John, Robert and Ella Hennessy, children of D. J. Hennessy and the late Mrs. Anno or The funeral of Mrs. Mary Sullivan, widow of the lato Thomas Sullivan, took place from tho St. Thomas Orphanage chapel Monday morning with a solemn lequlem mass at 9 o'clock, Rev. Father P. M. Monahan, chaplain of the home, bolnc the celebrant: Rev. Father S. A. Holleran, of Irvington, deacon; n, Rev. Father D. A. Drlscoll, and Rev. Edward O'Sulll-vamaster of ceremonies. Very Rev. Father J. P. Cronln, Vicar sub-deacon, 8Si8f88885 THE GREAT LOCEHART MILL END SALE ST-A.RTS V Hennessy. Monday, Ma.rch oOftTri AVCHUr 6 CATHOLIC JCNIGnTS. Next Friday night the Central Committee of tho Catholic Knights of America will meet in regular wide ; yard 75c 41 Y 1 H"i"M FIFTY YEARS. Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. Now We Will Take a New? Society of Joseph's- Men's j; WashingHave Joseph's church, Slice Off the Prices of a Lot off WhattheThey Week Been Doing St.The St. will beginEastthree days' Record of the Most Important of ton street, a Past General the Recent Events Culled golden jubilee celebration tomorrow j; News Notes. morning, when solemn high mass From Exchanges. and Overcoats for Menf Suits will bo sung at 7:30 o'clock and POPULAR PRICE TAILORS tho 151 members will receive holy communion. There will be solemn Hand Young Men. Minneapolis Hibernians will have vespers Tho Lisnaskea Guardians havo UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 at 2:30 the afternoon, Jeffemn Street a great Robert Emmet celebration when ,the goldenIn annlvorsary appointed Dr. Shields, of tonight. as medical for Derrylin. mon will bo preached or It puts them in a class by them berMembers will Division meeting next Father Fulgence Moyer, by the ofRev. theCouncillor James Mayor Gallagher, will rector St. there bo no of outgoing Lord Francis College, Cincinnati. Mon Thursday night. day and Tuesday evening tho men lin, was that position. will selves among all the clothes!: liveliest divisions of tho Ladles' of tho sociotyJosephs'entertain nt hall, Rev. J. Brady, Louth,hasto Tenure in Made to order for Women and Children at reasonable Martha Washington appointed one of tho Cardinal Loguo per in St. school prices. AM work delivered and tastefully arranged. when the programme will prove very succession to tho lato Rev. T. f bargains you see. They are:: Auxiliary in San Francisco. Mich., interesting. sidy. The Hibernians of Hancock, Tho death of Very Rev. P. T. M. GODFREY M. M'DERMOTT have secured Prof. Michael Rohan UNION CONCERT. Donegan, which occurred nt the Car for their St. Patrick's day orator. ii $12.50, $15.00 and $18 00 val- melite College, Terenure, is an BOSTON BUILDING. Tho division at South Omaha will The Catholic Choral Union will nounced. have a class initiation tomorrow, Telephone City 3310.7 a grand concert next Monday Magherafelt, died J. Keenan, of Inaugurating its campaign for 300 evening In tho Gait House ues. Choice for suddenly at Tobbermore fair. He members. torium, wlien music lovers will -.. V - It'll Hllil'H"H"H"H"l"-H"I-l-tl't"l'H-l-'l''t'. m .ft. HIBERNIANS. monthly session at St. John's Hall, Clay and Walnut. Tills will bo a most Important meeting nnd every delegate should attend. A number of communications have been received by President Kruso and Secretary Schulten, and it may bo that tho national convention that was to have been held in Mobile may bo transferred to Louisville. The business promises to be of vital interest to the order, and therefore every branch in the city should bo fully represented. The biggest event in merchandizing ever known to Louisville people. Hermah stouTjTsonsHT f wcjwfamvrg0 MAUKBTfTwarr IRELAND. DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN Hennessy Axman W. ser- Swanlln-ba- r, o'fllcer to, 1 remem- M. Dub- Is sup- HROUD 8 Sixty-one-year-old Cas- - G. OITOKATj vo $10 ; .00 IIP. Second nnd Market 59tBK State Government Supervision. South Bend Hibernians will cele; to MACKIN COUNCIL. of brate St. Patrick's day with a ban 33frS3S3frfrSfrSsfrfrS quet, at which Judge John Mc- At the meeting of Mackin Council ' X Goorty, of Chicago, will bo the orator to this week announcement was made of tho evening. that another athletic carnival would ;; good Rev. Garrett J. Burke, pastor of be held tho latter part of April. Tho the Holy Ghost church, Is Chairman last affair was pronounced very sucof tho committee making prepara- cessful, and witli a good start It Wliero tho liomo is Iffii imimmie Where- work is quickly brightest; tions for the Denver celebration of is expected to arrange matches of a done; high class. Tho basketball team will St. Patrick's day. Where tho ork "Wliero cooking seems journey to St. Marys' Colloge to Grand Marshal Henly has Invited lightest; real fun; every Irish and church society and play the strong team there. In the "Wliero tho meal is every club in New York and sur- last game the college boys were vicWhere baking gives deN. W. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON. torious, cooked best; light; rounding counties to participate in oxpects but Manager John Barry men to even up on this his Where tho range stands X Men'ti nuil Young Men's Specialist Ciotlieu Shop. Wliero drudgo is out of tho Hibernian parade on St. Pat trip. Preparations aro being mado tho test sight rick's day. placo for a big initiation to Tlint's wliero" will after Easter, and already take tho San Francisco Hibernians That's wliero tho u number "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes have a monster pageant St. Patrick's or applications havo been received in. in. day. All municipal employes will be given a holiday and tho schools will HOLY NAME DEBATE. Quick Meal G Itunge Sold, Installed nnd Highly Recommended close for the choruses at the Exposition Auditorium. The Holy Naino Society of St. 215 Denver Hibernians will hold their Louis Dertrand's church will hold V1JM1X1-- 'I W. MARKET ST, parade on the morning of St. Pat- the next of their series of smokers The Best Straight Whisky On Earth rick's day, and after attending mass at Bertrand Hall next Tuesday evon-In- g nnd will have as a subject of in placo of J. McNamee. at tho Cathedral will bo honored t H4HHfH44WK-K'frvvMlwith a chime concert of Irish airs debate "Preparedness and Unpropar-edness- ," The Very Rev. Canon Keenan, the subject to bo handled Ballaybay, lias been proceed down before the marchers appointed by able speakers. In connection Precentor of the chapter of tho dioINCORPORATED town. with the debate there will bo short cese, nnd has received numorous An elaborate programme Is being talks by tho officers. Sole Owaora Registered I)iat. No. 32 Rov. Father arranged by tho County Board for It. G. Lyons, Chaplain of tho society, congratulations on ills elevation. Rev. Father Fitzgerald, Cashel, St. Patrick's day at Cincinnati. Rev. will preside. Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West Main Street. John has been elected Chaplain to tho J. Mnlone, former County In County Tlpperary Infirmary Chaplain, will be tho orator at tho ItAXQUET A SUCCESS. place of Rev. T, Dunne, who has entertainment to bo held In Holy Trinity Hall. Father Malono Is now Nearly 300 guests sat down to been appointed parish priest of Cap- 713-71- 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET pastor of St. Malachl's church at the banquet of the St. Xavler Col pawhite. Very Rev. Canon Nicholas UtopfctMS Cm., S. 299i. Hmm, City 2399. Mur j! lege Alumni In tho new gymnasium Morrow, Ohio.' Thursday evening. County Treas phy, Ballycallan, has been appointed urer Thomas D. Cllnes was tho Canon Theologian to the Cathedral FATHER MURPHY "WINNER. INCORPORATED. Rev. Chapter of Ossory. James toasmtaster and Rev. Brother Provincial of tho Xaverlan Doyle, Thomastown, succeeds to tho Iter. J. F. Murphy, of Cheney, Wash., who was sued for slander Brothers in this country, was the canonry of Kilmanagh. 207 PAUL JONES BUILDING During the evonlng Rev. Mother M. Angela Lnffan, by Anna M. Lowiy, won his case honor guest. e h of some Courts 'stunts" wero Intro- whose death in her before tho Superior Ursuline Convent, Spokane. Anna claimed $25,000 in duced that wore heartily enjoyed. year at tho FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. return for the mental suffering and Rev. Brother .Tames was tho prin- Thurles, Is announced, did magnlfl-cocipal speaker, tho othors being A. J, work, especially for educational FREE SERVICE. humiliation which she suffered dur ing her visit to Medical Lake last Ohllcschlagor, Frank A. Geher, servants and In domestic economy. Mur-nh- y William G. Hume, Edward J. A verdict of shock, tho result of August. Duty brought Father and Rev. injuries received accidentally, was to Medical Lake and learning Wolfe, F. J. DeLeull ho Brother Isadora, who recalled tho returned at an inquest in Kildalkoy of tho presonco of tho 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. showed Anna in her true color. Ho pleasant memories of tho "old gym" on the body of Richard' Tyrrell, who was killed on aged stated that Anna was an apostate, on Fourth street. jvhich through mallco or ignorance tho road between Klldalkey and iWMMMBh FEDERATION. Trim. three of her Medlacl Lake admirers meaning Carldw Guardians havo passed construed into words Mayor of tho relatives moral ! H-! j M H Chenoy turpitude. Tho lato gentlemen thoThe regular monthly meeting of votes of condolence to Maher, Clon- Loulsvlllo Catholic Federation of tho lato Rev. John and two other M. J. BANN6H, P. BANNON, JR., LAWRENCE J. VEENEMAN. Maher, of Patrick wero with Father Murphy when tho takes placo next Thursday night in aslee, brother rite, t Met. Vise PrK. & Trew. Incriminating conversation Ib sup- the hall of the Knights of Colum- Ballyloughnan, a member of the Swrtwy. posed to have taken place, and as bus on Fourth street. Several im- board, and to the relatives of tho witnesses they testified that nt no portant matters will como boforo the late Rev. John Kelly, Ballyfin. Father Murphy used tho body that night, and therefore the j! time had of language which ho was accused. presence of all delegates Is requestIHSIIOP HAS GAINED. Tho case was heard by presiding ed by President Ganz and Secretary Tho Right Rov. Nicholas Matz, Judge Huneke, who in handing his Dolan, who will send out special Sewer and Culvert Pipe, Bishop of Denver, who spent several decision stated that tho evidence of- notices. Saaaea's Pateat Lidded Pipe fer Steam Ceadaits, months in St. Elizabeth's Hospital fered by the complainant was' not OM3I3 CTjTJB TRIP. at Lafayette, Ind., for tho benefit sufficient, being completely outr Wall Cepisrf, Drala Tile, Yitrlied Brick, weighed by that presented in supof his health, Is now at St. Joseph's Fire Tieaing, Flae LialHg, Fire Brick Bishop Matz port of Father Murphy. Not at all Tho Notre Dame Oieo Club will Hospital, Memphis. Grate and Beiler Tile, Gread Fire Clay, CkimBey ftps, pounds and strange, Anna was not present at visit seven cities this year according has gained twenty-si- x the trial. However, her husband to the announcement of tho business shows remarkable improvement In OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON was In evidence throughout tho ses manager of that association. The health. From Memphis the Bishop sion and testified on the stand that names of the, cities in which the will go to El Paso to visit Bishop HOME PHONBS CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. will be an- Schuler, who served him as. an he met Anna through advertising club will entertain WORKS '!3tk sad Brack. M agttalla Ave, Bat. 9th and ifltfc. for a wife aaw her for llie first nounced later. The Notre Came altar boy, and after visiting Archtime in the morning and married Glee Club is a tremendous success bishop Pitaval at Santa Fe will re4niiiiiiiiiir-iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii- l turn to Denver for Holy. Week. her the afternoon of the sane day. this year. City. ; ;; At a time when clothing costs are rapidly rising we are giau to oc able to maite an The fortieth anniversary of the founding of the order in Columbus, Ohio, will be celebrated by an Initiation on March 12. The King's County Board at the monthly meeting held in Brooklyn voted unanimously to take active part in file Irish race convention. Tho Indiana State and County Boards and tho Ladies' Auxiliary will be strongly represented at tho Irish race convention In Now York entertained with a programme of exceptional merit. Prof. A. Molen-grawill bo. the director, with Mrs. Molengraft sind Miss Olive Bosso ns accompanists. There will bo nine numbers, tho "solo numbers ot bo rendered by Susan K. Christoph, Flossie S. Stegnor, Louis P. Hoffman. The quartet for tho concert will bo Flossie S. Stegner, Loralno Pramt, William Wagner and Louis Herin. After the concert there will be dancing. There will bo one prico only fifty cents. Audibo ft our many customers this sort bargains here. These are You are used offer ones! p Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge j .l.l....ni....3-.- ' OLD BARB BE JNO. T. BARBEE & and unmarried. The death is announced of the Rev. John Clarke, Clogherhead. He wa3 very popular and his loss la sincerely regretted. .Rev. James Harte, Pottlgo, has been transferred to Cloghor, and is replaced In Pettlgo by the Rev. Father McDermott. The death has occured at of Rov. Patrick Fltzpatrlck, a well known and popular priest of tho Dromoro diocese. A handsome Celtic cross has been erected in Downpatrlck Catholic cemetory to tho memory of the late Very Rev. William Dempsey. The dloceso of Klldave and Lelgh-li- n has lost a well known and venerable clergyman by tho death of the Rev. John J. Kelly, Ballyflu. At the Donegal Quarter Sessions Judge Cook- was piesented with white gloves, there being no criminal cases to come before tho court. The death is announced In his year, of Rov. J. J. Nowmarket-on-FerguHis first curacy was at Kllcoleman, near Birr. Ten farmers In Balllnboghort dis trict were arrested for alleged boycotting. They wero returned for trial to tho assizes. Ball was accepted. At tho meeting of the Wlcklow Urban Council, Lauience Byrne presiding, E. 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