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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 11 1916. from tho Baptist church by the Philadelphia Conference. Later on no was arrested in Boston for selling immoral and obsceno literature. This record, however, did not prevent the Detroit Baptists from taking him In. He has since married the n, woman who styles herself as an of whom a sketch, Is given below. Slattory and his wife lecture under tho auspices of the Guardians of Liberty and kindred societies. r"he Menace has conferred a "rw- torate" on both Slattery and his ex-nu- PRICE HVE CENTS. phia, declared that "speechmaklng Is the great bane of our people." He pleaded for Irish unity and insisted that if after tho war Benglum is to be restored, Poland m ado free and Serbia put back where she was, Ireland should be given her ancient a nation. Knee Convention in New York place as have been too inuch given "We AVldc Kcp- City Shows to eloquence," said Chairman Ryan In presenting the next speaker. "We rcscntntion. have been superb in passing resolutions, but we have not been so efficient In carrying them out. Irehas need of fewer orators und Addresses by Chalrmnn land men of action. Thero lived Stirring wore among you for mnny years a man Nell O'ltynn, of St. Louis, cf action. He was Irish of the and Otliers. Irish, who gave his strength, his years and his llfo for Ireland. This man was O'Donovan Rossa." The mention of the old dynamiter's Denial Made That Ireland "Wns name brought the convention up cheering, which was renewed a Furnisliiny Many Soldiers moment later when Mrs. Jeremiah to John Bull. O'Donovnn was presented. The little faded woman, dressed In black, covered her confusion by reciting the poem, "We're Irish EveryBREAK WITH GERMANY where." OPPOSE session there At the afternoon were also brief remarks by Dr. R. E. Thompson, of Philadelphia: Col. Louis D. Conloy and J. Harry of England, love of Ire- TIcrney, recitations by Mrs. J. J. Hatred land and opposition to war on Ger- Rooney and Brandon Tynan, who many under any circumstances were read Emmet's speech from the dock, the high notes of the meeting of and songs by Miss VIda Mllholland. 1,800 Irish men and women in the Billed as Hotel Astor Saturday. the "Irish race convention" admission was restricted to those who are opposed to the conduct of the In Irish members of Parliament supporting England's course in the war. Therefore those who went to the Astor expecting friction were sB P disappointed. At the evening session an ironclad organization was worked out under the tiame of the Friends of Irish Freedom. The organization plan, as outlined by a committee headed by John T. Ryan, of Philadelphia, provides for a national committee of sixty members, an executive committee of twelve memAny bers and biennial meetings. sym&( &VFWMtiWtaauuMcflr E I person of Irish extraction who pathizes with Ireland in her aspirations for independence is eligible to membership. The objects, as set forth, are to oncourage and assist any movement for the national independence of Ireland, to aid in the industrial development of the country and the revival df the language, literature, music and culture of the IRISH POLITICAL Machine the Logical Outcome of Passaic of Ilutchcraft Hill. T.L53sr . CmHEP-- . STRETCHING '. . c. POINT. EX-PRIE- ' fe DIPLOMACY TO THE BREAKING CARDINAL be preserved from sucli forgotful-nes- s of the teachings of Christ as to proclaim, as part of public policy, that moral evil is nonexistent where the. Interests of the State are concerned and that all means, ST Fnleonio K.vnlains the Present honorable, may be omployed when Causes Holt in Chicago hj Vile tho needs of the country demand Difficult Position of Pone Attacks On the Catholic them. Bu$ England has had her part, and a great and leading part, Benedict XV. Church. Only liaised Minds Question the sequent logical Inrationalization of Slatterj and Wife, "Who Poses religion, which so many nations Impartiality of tho Holy As Jfun Lecturo to A. P. has destroyed Christianity ' altogether." A. Patriots. Father. RECENT DEATHS. nd right or wrong, honorable or dis- & JJ sixteenth century in tho revolt against the fundamental tenets of Christianity in the and the sub- Many friends acquaintances His Mission On I3arth and All mourn tho death andPatrick Best, a Sketch of His Comof young man" well known In tho West panion "Which They Dare Ills 13 f forts Directed TowEnd, who passed away on March 3 ards Peace. Xot Deny. at the homo of his sister, Mrs. Pat- DISAPPROVES AND DEPLORES WAR rick Price. Besides Mrs. Price ho survived by another sister, Mrs. Jerry Hallahan, also of this city, and two brothers in Ireland. His BOTH funeral was largely attended. Is M. Gehrig, the daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth' Gehrig, 109 South Sixth street, passed into oternal rest early Tuesday morning. Though only a child sho had ondeared herself to many friends, and for tho bereaved parents there is sincere sympathy. The funeral was held Thursday morning from St. Mary's church. GIVEN TITLES BY MENACE Louise nine-year-o- ld prayed. "And," after a pause, "punish her enemies." Then "Tho Star Spangled Banner" was sung, and JuBtlco Goff named various committees. James of K. McGulre, one time Mayor Syracuse, moved the appointment of a committee on credentials and was appointed to tho Chairmanship; Judge Martin Lawless, of Norfolk, headed tho committee on rules; John F. Ryan, of Buffalo, tho committee on permanent organization, and Joseph P. Quinu, of Lowell, Mass., the press committee. When Justice Goff called the afternoon Bosslon to order James K. McGulro reported that 2,267 credentials had been Issued, of which number 1,836 had been presented. Some of tho bearers, ho declared, came from Nomo, Alaska; others from Tampa, Fla. The commltteo on permanent organization reported this ticket: Permanent Chairman, O'Neill Ryan, of Chairman, Dr. St. Louis; Vice Thomas Addis Emmet, of Now York; John J. Fitzgerald, of Brooklyn; Victor Herbert, Monslgnor Henry A. Brann. Dr. Robert L. Thompson, of Philadelphia: Josoph m Justice John V. Goff was selected as first President of, the organization. The following Vice Presidents were named: Dr. Thomas Addis Emmet, Victor Herbort, O'Neill Ryan, Henry A. St. Louis; Monslgnor Brann, New York, and Monslgnor Philadelphia. Joseph D. Couglin, Thomas H. Kelly, of New York, was Treasurer, and John .D. elected Moore, of New York, Secretary-Justic- e Mgr. presented Goff Henry A. Brann, who after delivering tho greetings of Dr. Thomas Addis Emmet, who was unable to bo present, offered prayer. His ofEternal fering was brief. "God, Ireland," he Father; God save Gaels. him mui-i- i iwinii "" AGlSTIN ITURBIDE. in South Prominent American History, II IDKHXI AX ENTERTAINMENT. The Committee of Arrangements have completed the programme for the St. Patrick's day celebration at Bertrand Hall next Friday evening under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, and will take part: the following Thomas Lamer, John J. Flynn, James Curran, Jr., John M. Walter T. Barrett, Walter E. Ptlson, Louis Hoffman, Miss Margaret Horan, Miss Aleen Zlx and Attorney J. Miss Man' Goering. J. Kavanagh will be the orator of the day and his lecture on "Ireland, Its Past, Present and Future." Is being looked forward to with interest by those who know of the speaker's "reputation as an orator and a student. He will bo intro duced by W. J. Connelly, County President of the A. O. H. General cents, admission tickets, twenty-fiv- e reserved seats fifty cents, the latter being now on sale, and can be obtained from any of tho Committee of Arrangeemnts or at the sexton's office in St. Louis Bcrtrand's church. The Committee of Arrangements are John J. Barry, Chairman; T. J. Langan, Thomas Lynch, D. J. Rellly, L. James MoTlghe. J. Meany, Edward Pat O'Donncll, White, John T. Keaney, Pat Connelly, Joseph Lynch, Dan O'Keefe and Fergus Moonoy. Hcn-ness- y, VOICE FOR PEACE. Pope Benedict has again raised his voice for peace. In a special letter written for tho Lonten season, the Pontiff says ho can not sit silent. Indifferent to the terrible conflict which is rending Europe. He recalls all that he has done to induce the contending nations to lay down their arms, virtually throwing himtelf between tho belligerents and conjuring them, in the name of the Almighty, to desist In their plan of mutual destruction. The Pontiff again sets forth the proposal which he made some months ago, as follows: "Each belligerent should clearly state his desires, but should bo ready to make necessary sacrifices of pride and particular Interests, thus onding the monstrous conflict in accordance with justice and peace, advantageous to neither side but profitable to all, and theroforo a just and lasting peace." "This paternal voice," continues the Pope, "was not heard. Thus tho war continues with all its horrors. I rejoice that our cry for poacu has had a profound echo in the hearts of the belligerent peoples, Indeed the peoples of the whole world, and has aroused a deep deisre that the sanguinary conflict soon cease. I must therefore once more raise my voice against this war which ap pears as tho suicide of civilized P. Mooney. of Cleveland; Dr. "Will-laCarroll, of Philadelphia; Judgo Martin Lawless, of Norfolk, Va.; Thomas H. McGinnls, of PhiladelJosoph P. phia, and Monslgnor SecreCoghlan. of Philadelphia: taries, John D. Moore, Philip J. and Sullivan. Patrick J. Griffin Alfred J. Talloy. This out of the way, Mr. Ryan began his address with a tribute to the high character of those present, and tho declaration that not even In tho days when the Land League was formed were conditions more critical in Ireland. "On this eve of wo know not what, when tho eyes on our or all nations are turned Capitol," he went on, "we come to say this to the nation and to Washington: We want not war. We say It with the keenest appreciation of the words 'tho honor and integrity Wo have alOf the United States.' We ways defended Its integrity. have always stood foremost In "defence of Its honor. But with the deepest appreciation of the feelings and) the cause of these utterances ye also say that this nation, having passed tnrougn eigmeen mourns ol and having weathered the storms, ought not now upon a less serious provocation than was offered in May, 1015, throw down the gauge of battle and engage In war with the Central Powers." That was the utterance that the waiting for. meeting; had beon Again and again Judge Ryan was cheered. "May God avert from us the calamity and devastation of war," he continued. "We have not yet eofcie to the parting of the ways. We want bo entangling alliances, and when the die shall have been cast, if oast it be, we shall stand, as we always have stood, behind the Stars and Stripes." Mr. Ryan denied that the people of Ireland are loyal to the English crown, quoting the London. Times to show that enlistments are small. foaslfnor Coghlan, of Philadel cross-wind- s, Europe" The second part of the letter deals with prayers, penance and alms to be devoted especially to the relief "of the pitiful children of thorns dead In this horrible war." st. nniGnvs. Mrs, William Lawler, who is prominent in church musical circles, has accepted the position of assistant organist at St. Brlgid's church. This will enable Arthur Becker to devote more time to the choir, of which he is the director. St, Brlgid's has now a choir of thirty Voices, and th wuslo has been brought up to a high standard. formerly Fnleonio, Cardinal Apostolic Delegato to the United to his States, made an exception rule a few days ago and granted an Interview to tho Rome cor respondent of the New York Sun, to because, he said, he wanted speak as an American to his felFalconlo low citizens. Cardinal said that the policy which the Holy Sco has followed in regard to the great European war has beon one of absolute and impartial neutrality and that this stand occasionally has been misunderstood, chiefly owing Pope to the fact that Benedict to sit in XV. Is almost expected judgment on the belligerents and decide who Is wrong. In explaining the situation and pointing out the principal reasons why the Popo hns to be neutral Cardinal Falconio said: "If His Holiness should evon ex press a personal opinion as to who is right and who is wrong in 1111s war it would follow no a matter of course that he' would practically group of ono bo siding with belligerents against the other. The Pone disapproves of war ami de plores it. His mission on earth as the head of tho Catholic church is essentially a peaceful ono and naturally enough all his efforts are directed toward peace. "The Popo has been powerless to avert tho war. Neither before nor since Its outbreak has tho dispute which started the conflagrato him for tion been submitted arbitration or mediation, and he enn not assume the role of judge. alas, so far not oven that of peace rulers 01 maker. Tho sovcrolgn other neutral nations are in the They same position as the Pope. can not do anything to stop tne war or to shorten It. XV. Instead "Pope Benedict strove successfully to lessen the horrors of tho war. He used his Influence on behalf of victims of and distho war abled prisoners. He raised his voice in protest when the laws of humanity and the usages of civilHe ized warfare were violated. repeatedly and eloquently appealed to the rulers of the peoples at war, urging them toward peace, and at his request prayers for peace wore raised In every Catholic church and In every Catholic home throughout the world. Could the Pope have done more? "It is absolutely necessary, apart for from any other consideration, tlio Holy See to obsorve tho strictest and most Impartial neutrality, as otherwise tho Pope's influence in favor of peace would be lost. Every rlghtmlnded person will admit as much and only those whose minds are biased think wrongly that tho Pope's efforts toward poace are based on motives of partiality "I have heard it said that an Indication of the Popo's leaning y 1b afforded toward by tho fact that Mgr. Fruhwlrth, the Apostolic Nuncio In Bavaria, citizen by who is an Austrian birth, will bo created a Cardinal nt Fruh tlm next consistory. Mgr. wlrth has been Apostolic Nuncio for more than eight years. He has been raised to tho purple on account of his services, not on account of his nationality, juat as In former years other diplomatic See of the Holy representatives have been similarly honored even if of foreign nationality." Austria-Hungar- WHY Tins WAR. Cardinal Francis Bourne. Archhis In of Westminster, declared letter, pastoral war is the outthat the world-wid- e come hot of the failure, but of the "There rejection of Christianity. is," he, said, 'no nation guiltless in this respeet. England, indeed, will bishop Lenten speakers of tho evening: Boulevard Hall and tho regions adjneent to Garfield boulevard and By he. Jeath oT.'Mjr. Emma. Mary Halstcd-s.t- r ErilaueVr Inst night when a mob broke up an Bauer, widow 6T"Jofin which occurred Tuesday, St. Matmeeting conducted by thews loses one of its most highly Joseph Slattery and nis wife, under Holy Trinity tho auspices of the esteemed residents and Guardians of church a faithful and regular com- Liberty. Slattery, who claims to municant. Mrs. Bauer was flfty-olg- havo been formerly a priest In the years old and leaves many Catholic church, and who Is now asrolatlves In that section of Jefferson sailing that church, was driven to county. Her funeral was held bis a police escort. Thursday morning. Rev. Father ono hotel under made. PolicemenOnly was of celobrating tho requiem tho arrest Bohlsen Englowood station brought In mass. Patrick S. Brennan, of 821 West Garfield boulevard. Tho police said Mrs. Mario Eckert, one of the he struck knocked down u pasbest known Gorman residents of senger In and street car. He wub a the West End, died Saturday morn- cooked by Lieut. Enrlght. or the ing at her home, 1702 West Madi son street, where she had lived Englowood station, on n charge of Later J. W. Her disorderly conduct. for nearly half n century. Merrlon, of 5621 South Peoria death was duo to paralysis and oc- Rtreet, obtained his release on $400 curred after an illness of three weeks. Surviving her are two sons, bonds. The meeting was called at 8:20 o Frank Eckort, of tho Hotel, and William D. Eckert. con- o'clock. There are said to have boon nected with the John C. Lowls Com- around COO persons in the hall when pany. Slattery Funeral services were held Slattery nroso to speak. morning at St. Mary's said later that about 200 of those Monday church, of which the deceased was present scorned disposed to make one of the oldest membors. trouble. "1 was speaking under the auspices of tho Guardians of Liberty." Slattery said after his flight PARADE AT MOBILE. In a taxlcab to the Hotel Sherman. Hibernians listoneweek theMobile enthusiastic "I wns ordained a Catholic priest, most iif huh! and later relinquished my orders. when But I was merely lecturing on free mootlngs In rccont yours, preparations nud plans for tho ccle- - speech. I had not proceeded far lirntlnn nf St. Patrlrk'K dnv were when a band of about twenty young A happy foaturo hi condiscussed. mpn encored nnd Tcfused to pay the nection with tho uiectlnir was the eritranco fee. They were ejected by division of a the police. presentation to the Later on an old man magnificent United states flag by started out to disturb mo by asking Tho questions. I called for order, and C. F. Kern and H. G. Dodds. Hag was accepted through. George It seemed that about 200 young men A policeman, J. Sullivan, Past State President becanio boisterous. of the order, and who Is President whoso number, I believe, Is 1133, of the Mobile division. Chairman nnnouneed that he would permit no M. J. McDcrmott. of the general further speaking. The noiso and committee on observance of St. Pat- yelling bocamo so pronounced I that there could speak no further and the meetrick's day, roported would bo about 2,000 men in line ing was broken up." One street car, after getting under and that a number of visitors from Pensacola und other cities way with n load of those who had would bo present and participate. been to hear tho lecture, was stopped He declared this event would beat when tho trolley was pulled off the anything ovor before undertaken wire and a half dozen men pulled Chairman McDer-mo- tt out and beaten. There were fights by the division. was followed by Muyor Tat by the score In tho snow and the J. Lyons. James II. Glennon. Rev. police were unablo to quell tho riotFather E. J. Hackett, Rov. Father ing. Early In tho rioting tho telecut from tho McGownn, John A. Hughes and phone wires were stores in tho neighborhood and atPeyton Norvllle. tempts to call tho police were futile. Finally a dotachmont from tho EnVISITS HIS FATHER. glowood station in command of Doherty, Llout. Enrlght arrived and attempted Brown Di. William who has achieved both success and to restore order. Yells of "down distinction since becoming resident with the A. P. A.'s" greeted tho arsurgeon at tho New York Eye and riving policemen and the pelting of Ear Infirmary, arrived here Sunday missies continued. Presently patrol evening to spend a two weeks' va- wagon loads from the Thirty-fift- h cation with his father. Dr. W. B. Btreot and Stockyards stations arDoherty, ut 1358 South First street. rived. Somoono who had beon unThe young doctor is very enthusi- ablo to got tho police station on the astic over Now York and tho institu- telephone turned In a fire alarm nnd tion with which ho Is connected. presently two companies of firemen Thero are on an average of 600 galloped up. patients there for treatment weekly The Guardians of Liberty Is said and thus Dr. Doherty Is given an to have a number of prominent citopnbrtuulty to fit himself well for izens among Us members. Charles bis chosen profession. R, Young, Rear Admiral G. W. Baird and Llout. Gen. Nelson Miles are VST. WILLIAM'S. listed as officers. The following Is a synposls of Her, George M. Connor, the pas- Slattery's Tecord: Joseph J. Slattery by tor,, has completed arrangements-fo- r was a Dublin priest dismissed at St. William's Archbishop Walsh for drunkenness. V great mission It will open Came to this country and entered Thirteenth and Oak. on Laetare Sunday and continue Colgate Seminary to study for the until Palm Sunday, eonducted by Protestant ministry, from which Passlonfst two able aud eloquent he was expelled; later went to Philadelphia and was expelled fathers from Chiefe. anti-Cathol- ic The following account In the Chicago Tribune tells .of tho riot caused by tho meeting under the auspices of tho Guardians of Liberty Inst Wednesday with Slattery and his wife as tho anti-Cathol- ic ex-Pri- ht Fifth-avenu- - Margaret Slattery, the wife, who in Hands of Few County claims to bo nn formorly of Officials. the Convent of tho Poor Clares, Cavan, Ireland, is as trustworthy as her husband. Tho records of tho convent show that no ono of her name was ever thero; no ono of her "Will Breed Anarchy and Dissennamo can bo found to have over lived sion in Itanks of the DemIn tho town where sho says she ocratic Party. lived. On Juno 29, 1883, the date she claims to have entered the there was no one admitted on that day. The nuns she mentions in her lecturo are all fictitious and can AN UNWISE POLITICAL MOVE not be found In the convent records. Her whole story Is a poor woven myth and people of England and Ireland are well acquainted with the The Ilutchcraft bill, known as fact. the saloon regulation measure, passed the Senate Thursday by a vote of thlrty-flv- o to two. Senator Charles Knight and Senator Sam Robertson, of this city, being tho only two to oppose .this measure. The bill now goes to Gov. Stanley for his approval and with his signature attached, of which there is no doubt, the bill will become a law Immediately. Senators Knight and Robertson tried to delay passage of tho measure, as Sonator Knight stated that he had some amendments to offer, but both were overruled by Llout. Gov. Black and a voto was taken ovor tho protests of tho two Louisville Senators. Tho Prohibitionist members lined up solidly in support of the bill, none seeming to realize that they wore being used as a lever In Ihe building or a political machine that will create anarchy in the ranks of tho Democratic party before the State convention In May. Tho Ilutchcraft bill takes tho reigns of government out of tho hands of the legally elected officials In overj county in tho State, which Is a blow to Democracy, and tho fact that supreme power is placed In tho hands 0111 a Commonwealth's Attorney Is another staggering blow not only at Democracy but against the Inherent rights of the people. That tho peoplo will JOSE MARIO LORENZOS Y BAVOS rebel Is an absolute certainty, und In South Prominent American in that rebellion the Democratic party is bound to suffer. It re History. quires no great logic or penetration to realize that under this obnoxJEFFERSOXVILLE. ious measure the saloonkeeper and The dedication of the large and liquor dealer can bo buffed about at the will of one official in every modern. for - St. district and whipped Into support Augustine's congregation In of any political machine with which' took place Sunday evening the Commonwealth Attorney is al- with imposing religious exorcisec, llgned. Looking at it from a political witnessed by a great gathering, standpoint, and Democratic at that. many of whom were d policy on tho The services were held in the It Is a church following tho blessing, and part of the administration backers among those present were Bishop who see a possible way to control Bishop the different county committees. To Chatard, of Indianapolis; O'Donnghuo, of Louisville, and show that this Is tho programme priests from Indiana nnd Kentucky. the administration's press agent in itcv. Michael Halpln, the pastor, the Cincinnati Enquirer on Sunday through whose efforts tho building says that the Louisville Democratic was erected, directed tho cere- leaders will be punished for the monies. Sunday afternoon the support of Beckham In 1914. etc. school wns thrown open for pub- To begin with, the Democracy of lic Inspection, and for several hours Louisville was never for Beckham thero was a continuous lino of peo- or Haly, as the writer In these colple passing through. The building umns has asserted moro than onco. occupies the Bite of one that was and tho Democrats of Louisville as erected many years ago under the a whole havo always refused to pastorate of the late Rev. Ernest rally to his support, the vote in the Audrnn. Tho Rev. John O'Connoll, primary for Beckham being mighty now pastor of St. Patrick's church small, and most of that was given In Indianapolis, started the move- at tho urgent request of the Even building, but ing Post. Domocrata who voted for ment for the new active work was not begun until the Beckham did so with bad grace, Rev. Father Halpln became pastor. and only did so out of gratitude The new schoolhousc is built of for tho support of tho Evening Post brick, stone and concrete and in- in the municipal raco of the year cluding the basement is three stor provious. Now If Louisville Democ ies high. Its equipment is modern racy Is to be punished and per In every way. For the present only secuted for this, what will bo the the first main floor will be used for consequences? They will bo driven school purposes. There are six from a defensive standpoint nnd rooms for the pupils. Tho top floor against their wishes into an alli n will be UBed as an auditorium for ance with the entertainments and a hall for the faction. What would bo n the out various societies connected with tho come if tho church. The basenjent Is equipped crowd obtained local control and with everything necessary for a split the party? Simply this, thoy gymnasium and recreation room for could not carry over ono ward in the city In cither a primary or gen the children. eral election, party control meaning a whito elephant on their hands. MAC'KI.V COUNCIL. It Is rumored that In exchange support of the Hutchcraft A large attendance marked the for his the House, meeting of Mackin Council on Mon- bill in a promise ofAdam Spahn reappointment as day night. After the routine busi- ceived Printing Commissioner. Be ness had been transacted tho Rev. State as it may, it marks Fathor Seraphln, pastor of St, An that political career inthe end of Jefferson thony's church, dollvered an im his State, pressive address, in which he set county and probably in tho forget, forth in simple nnd forceful words as polltlicans do not easily whom favored the dangers young people incur by and those place nohodependence last being implicated in mixed mar- week Inwill future, as loyalty is In a the riages, which so frequently provo him the much abused both unhappy and unsuccessful. The virtue even in Especially bittor are gamo. social season having closed Tuesday political fought tho local liquor men evening with a delightful costume valiantly for tho success who Stanley, of reception and dance, tho members Spahn nnd the ticket, who now for will bend their efforts during Lent their reward aro presented with securing candidates for the next to initiation, to take place soon after that iniquitous measure tho Hutchbill. Easter, when It is expected that a craft thero is one source of gratifiIf class of at least fifty will bo ad- cation attached to the closing of 's mitted. Under President Seb the It the General administration Mackin Coun- knowledge thatAssembly Samis Robcil has uxcollcnt prospocts for one ertson will nowSenator a partial of Its bost years. Already prepar- reward for his receive services to the atory work has begun for tho oper party Auditor atic production to be given this Democratic particular and tho appointGreene In spring. ment as Revenue Agent in this district from tho Auditor's office. SenHOLY NAME 80CIF.TV. ator Robertson has niado a proud Genrecord in both Sunday afternoon tho Rev. Father eral Assembly branches of the since his election in Baxter, O. P., of St. Louis 1909, and it can be truthfully said instituted a most promising that in all of that time he has never branch of tho Holy Name Society at made an enemy, and In addition his church, Thirteenth courageous lights for tho interests St. William's and Oak, sixty members being en- of Loutsvlllo and the State have rolled. Father Baxter officiated nf won him praise and approbation tho solemn vespers that preceded the everywhere. "Hats off to you,' Senmooting and preached a most con- ator." vincing sermon, In which he made pialn to all why men should be clean ' INDEFINITE. spoken and never take in vain the The time of the arrival of the holy name of God. Father Connor, Right Rev. D. J, Dougherty to take the pastor, is elated to have a branch charge of the Buffalo diocese is of the Holy Name Society In his still Indefinite. Bishop Dougherty parish and will give it both support is still in the Philippines and awaitand encouragement. ing Instructions from Rome. ex-nu- n, con-von- WHO. Measure Vests Knormous Power t, school.-,bulldln- -- Jeffer-sonvil- lc short-sighte- Beckham-Prohlbitio- Haldeman-Wattorso- Hub-buch- Ber-trand- 's, JBNTTTJOJare XJISJEC AAE?RIOAK. K&NTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED C8S3BU3C8Saa8SSSSSXX333 ' 1 I SOCIETY. ,, EVERY SATURDAY. Uvated to tb Social ud Moral kiruxemtmai ot Irlsfa AaerlcMi and Cjuaellci J. J. Fitzgerald was a visitor In Officially Indorsed by Aacleat Order ol Hlbaralaat, Young Man's New York the past week. Institute aid Cathode Knights of America. Misses Maymo and Margaret ConKENTUCKY IWISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporated, Publlahara stantino have been visiting in SINQLB COPY C .SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR fUttw. Miss Beezlo Hannan was enterBnl.r.4 t th LaaltTHte PatUtHc M tained by friends in New York City aU Comaaaifitloas to tk MNTVCKY HUSH AMERICAN, Jlf-2- 1 West Qreea St. Marts tho past week. w8MC8ca8caaa8caa8oo "'M "twit ? -- II in ,, mnX K H 'M"H' H"t'M"frfrfrM"W"I"M' . " m, " avSBsV H bacon a soNq J -INCORPORATED H'HWWHWtttWH a UVAm iHHtrrrrm m "I,na'MiHHBlsMMSB 1 We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. 8f nd-C- U WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND GIRLS' tTRADESyjg?)COUNat.j Miss Annie McGill 1b homo from a two weeks' trip to Atlantic City and New York. Mrs. Joe Fallon visited In Clover- I MBShBHtol LOUISVILLE, KY SFKCIAL NOTICE. Tho Kentucky Irish American will go to press early next week, and our green edition will be issued for St. Patrick's day. KICK HOME RULE. homo rule act, which was to go into effect this month, has once again been pronou ced Inoperative by an order in council of the English Government for six months more, unless tho war bo ended beforo the expiration of that period. This Is tho third postponement of tho act's operation since tho outbreak of tho war. England has no regard for her promises to the Irish people. Were It In her power sho would treat this country port tho SATURDAY, MARCH 11,1916. Miss Oliviapast week, the guest of Fallon. keeper whose saloon is an occasion of sin to others is not in good standing. Ho may attend church, but ho can not receive tho sacraments until Memberhe promises amendment. ship with us does not mean enrollment upon the church books. It is in tho sacrament a right of baptism. No matter how low a man may fall, tho church, like Christ, is always ready to seek him out. Public excommunication is a penalty sho seldom uses. Tho refusal of the sacraments Is ono of tho last penalties Inflicted upon her memupon bers. It is not imposed It is reserved for classes of men. the Individual. In the tribunal of is held penance tho responsible for what he does personally, not for what his class does. Catholicity is essentially temperate. Sho regulates all things within the bounds of reason and revelation. Sho believes that all should work together to try to lessen the great drink evil. Let no one class claim all wisdom and bo Intolerant of the opinions and remedies proposed by other good and wlso men. God-given SRBBBBBBBBBBBBBIT .gflBSBBBBBvi? f" J. Fedler and son, Charles J. Fedler, aro visiting at West Baden Springs. Mrs. C. I I HBBBfcyJBHBBB; LwABB2?VjBfl9ltSMi I I ttttttP Br 'S iJSBhSSMKV&BjMtAM "'IS&SbhILbw Suits, Coats and Dresses At Bacon's you will always find the latest styles bined with quality and low prices. com- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Barry, of Beechmont, entertained with a ''500" party Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Burke, of Covington, were recent guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Burns In Clifton. Mr. and Mrs. William HIgglns, South Sixth street, spent last week visiting Mrs. Talbott at Bardstown. Lloyd-George, - f IfBsBBBBBfllttiail-- . r"8sP .abBHBBBBBBBBW'' 'B5sBB&XiBBBBBBBBY!BBKBBBB9BHI 5 Ireland's iBB ''SBVAvABVAvAvJBVHBSrVBvMI Coats $1.95 to $19.95 WOMEN CHAUFFERS IN ENGLAND. Miss Stella Buckley has returned from a visit to her aunt, Gen. Dorrlen, following tho example of Is showMrs. Thomas J. Brislan, at ing tho men that women can and will All their places, so that thoy can answer tho country's call to arms. Mrs. Joo Kennedy and son, of South Louisville, aro In Owensboro they train faithfully, not being OF MOLIIMIS to spond several weeks visiting her bothered much with experiment. parents. ing, as the lineup of the team this year Is pretty certain with one Misses Mary and Ella Flaherty or two exceptions. The fans look Advance Summer Styles, Copies of New Ptris Models X wero last week visitors in Newport, forward with pleasure to tho com- Late News That Will Interest Members Here and where thoy attended the Emmett-Derot- o ing season, as with tho elimination wedding on Wednesday. Spring Blouses 95c 5. of the Federal League baseball was given an Impetus which will put It WIIiTi NOT TELL. Mrs. James Sower has been visit- again entirely In popular favor. Tho Copies of French Models Made of Phillipine Lingerie and Wash Silks. ing In Frankfort, and on Friday class of ball in tho association this At tho recent Chicago exemplifiyet conwas honor guest at a euchre narty year promises to be of big league President Wilson has not at the homo of her sister, Mrs. Otho caliber, as a large supply of major cation 350 took tho fourth degree. to tell tho American descended Seventy candidates received tho Cloys. leaguo players are now enlisted people whom be meant when ho said three degrees on Sunday at Muncle, with association clubs. Ind. some week,s ago that ho had "found The little leap year girl who arrived at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. out what was going on In Mexico KENTUCKY CLUIS BANQUET. Tho fourth degree will bo conJoseph T. Hanrahan on February ferred at Cincinnati on Decoration by hearing a sufficiently large numAmericans were warned by the 29 will bo christened tomorrow The annual banquet of the Ken- day. ber of liars talking about it." Not, tucky Club of Notre Damo Uni State Department to leave tho dan- nfternoon. St. Patrick's Council. withstanding tho approbation of tho ger versity, held at the MIshawaka Ho- lias started a movement Cincinnati, zone In Mexico. Why not also for a new Mr. and Mrs. M. J. O'Laughlin tel, Ind Wednesday night, was home. Carranza Government by tho admin- warn those foolhardy citizens of the teturned yesterday from St. Paris, unanimously voted to have been tho istration, not a week goes by with- United Thero 125 in the class that States who persist In travel- Ohio, where they had gone to at- best affair over given by the Ken received weredegrees last Sunday at tho tend tho funeral of Mrs. O'Laugh-lin'- s tucky Club at Notro Dame. The out bringing news of grave offenses ing on vessels passing through sister, Mrs. George West. These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. banquet, which was attended by tho New Orleans. committed at tho hands of belligerent zones? Last week there wero Initiations entlro club, was marked by an Catering especially to Ladies and Children. followers against tho church. Judge Nick and Mrs. Vaughan abundant flowing of Kentucky elo at Fort Wayne and Garrett, Ind., Its priests and its educators. Presihad as a recent guest Paul Foster, quence and wit. and on Sunday at Muncle. Under the same management. Presenting only the standprePhysical, moral and spiritual Dean John M. Mote than 150 entries have been dent Wilson should know there can paredness must precede military their nephew, of Greensburg, who Cooney, of the School of Journalard prodnctlons, historic, dramatic and comic. was en home after spending ism, was tho guest of honor and made for the bowling tournament be neither Justice nor improvement preparedness lftho latter Is to bo of several route in weeks Owensboro. delivered the principal address of scheduled by the Knights of Kansas under tho Carranza regime. great value. Col. Jack Spalding City. tho occasion. Miss Julia Gavin, who fell and Young, of Lexington, acted as r. Justin F. McCarthy and staff will broko her arm, Is doing nicely at PROPER COUHSE. Among tho other speakers como from Chicago to confer tho Remember that those who keep her home on East Oak street. Now wete Walter Clements, of Spring- third degree at Indianapolis on Let all American citizens live up Lent well are generally safe for the Albany, and expects to soon have field; Louis P. Harl, of Owensboro, April 30. UNDER AUSPICES OF year. full use of the Injured member. and John B. Campbell, of Louisville. to the principle of religion liberty. rest of the Proceeds of Fort Wayne's CounA proposition to found a Notre cil's charity ball will bo used for Lot them follow the faith that seems ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARADE. Deputy Jailer Patrick E. Shay Dame Club In Kentucky, with head'voTX: left Saturday for Hot Springs, Ark., quarters In Louisville, was set on the benefit of tho orphans at Christto their conscience to be tho right. where he will spend a month's va- foot at the banquet. There aro es- mas time. Let them grant to all their neighAt a special meeting of Division cation. Tho carnival ball of tho Knights He was accompanied by timated fifty Notre bors the sanio right. It does not 1, A. O. II., Monday evening in Frank Coblens and Charles Mann. men In to be over and such aDame of Mobile on Thursday of last week Kentucky club was ono of the most brilliant events was decided to Bcrtrand Hall matter to us in business or society again participateit in tho St. Patnhould be a complete success. The Another Hibernian has been following aro tho members of the of the season. that a man is a Methodist or a rick's day parade which is being Next month tho Knights of Fularriving at Kentucky Club of Notre Dame; Presbyterian, an Episcopalian or a organized in the Dominican parish, added to thoflocal ranks, Mrs. Mr. and Irwin Emil Besten, John B. Campbell, ton will move Into their own homo Hennessy ap- the home on South First street, ono of tho Christian Scientist. That, is his and President John George Clements, pointed James McTIghe, Thomas J. Zlx, tho application being secured Walter lookout, a matter of conscience be- Langan, William P. McDoncgh, by his uncle, Lieut. John M. William Dant, John M. finest in Central New York. Bertrand Hall, March 17th, 1916 Rov. Michael Drennon, C. M., Hanna, William Hannan, Emmett tween him and God. His religion Fergus Mooney and John J. Barry Hannan, George Hackett, Louis President of Niagara University, Splendid Program of will not prevent us from dealing to plan for a good representation Irish Music, Dances and Recitations. Miss Aurelia Henry entertained Kolb, Address on "Ireland, Her Francis Carrlco, Thomas will next month conduct tho annual same from the order, and at with him, or loving him for his good time ,they were instructed tho invito tho West End Pleasure Club with Spalding, Louis P. Harl, Edward retreat for tho Knights at Columto Past, Present and Future" by Hon. J. J. Kavanagh. a masquerade party Monday night J. O'Connor, Thomas Young and bus, Ohio. qualities, or doing him a neighborly their Irish and at her 519 Beforo conferlng the third degree friends from all parts of tho city street. home, guestsNorth Twentieth John S. Young. turn. Admission 25 Cts. Reserved Seats SO Cts. Now on Sale. spent a most .Her to take part In tho parade It was last Sunday at Dunkirk 700 memenjoyable evening. WARS ON NUNS. also decided to request tho resi canbers accompanied seventy-fiv- e CIlUltCH AXI) SALOON. didates to tho high mass at St. dents along the line of march to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Michael party of thirty nuns, members Mary's church. A decorate their homes and places of Rev. Thomas J. O'Hern, who Is business, as this feature was one have returned from their wedding of the Order of Saleslans, who Tho Knights will take prominent trip in Florida and Cuba, and will church and convent property part in tho celebration of the 250th recognized as one of tho leading of tho "hits" of last year's parade, be with Mrs. Michael's parents, Mr. at Morelas, Mexico, valued at annlvorsary of tho founding of clergymen of Western New York, though only a snort notice was and Mrs. E. J. O'Brien, until they $250,000, had been confiscated by given tho route of addressing an audienco in Buffalo ers. as tobefore, tho the march- go to housekeeping In their apart- the Carranza Government, arrived Newark, N. J., next May. Bishop As Industrial O'Cononr has consented to tho celeIn New York City last Sunday on bration of a field mass, and parthat packed the Teck Theater to tho School of Reform Band and a de ment on Second street. tho steamship Antonio Lopez from ade, banquet and ball will bo other doors, mado plain the position of tail of mounted police will partici A delightful event of last week Mexican ports. The of St. Catholics on tho 'liquor question. pate, also the school children is ex was tho wedding anniversary cele- the party, In charge of members of features. tho Mother Louis Bortrand's church. It n Superior, of Mr. and Mrs. John Father O'Hern pointed out tho fart pected that there will bo a holiday bration Francesca Chacon y An- JEFFEHSONVILLE. In the West tequora, are on their way to Spain. that according to the teachings of granted the men of tho L. and N. End. atA their homo large number of friends They said they had been forbidden railroad sohp3 and other corpora- gathered to The Cecllian Club of tho Catholic church intemperance is congratulations to toork longer In Mexico, offer tions on that day, which will glvo will entertain with a St. Pat a sin, heinous and "Our convent, where for more rick's day celebration In the audimany an opportunity to take part and spent a most enjoyable than twelve years we had been edu- torium of St. Augustine's Hall on The Catholic church declares tem- In tho celebration. Tho parade will cating children of the peons, was St. Patrick's night, next Friday. perance or moderation in drink start at 9 o'clock sharp from in Miss Mary Agnes Monahan and closed early In one of MULLOY'S COFFEE church, the binding on all under penalty of sin, fiont of south Dominican to Oak, Elmer H. Kohnhorst were united In tno nuns said, December," accused Tho address of the evening will be moving on Sixth "vio were delivered by Rev. Charles P. Raffo Notwithstanding these facts the west on Oak to Seventh, north on the holy bonds of matrimony Tues- of being In sympathy with Gen. and a muslcalo and literary enterIs the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, Inexpeneast on day evening at St. William's Carranza's enemies, and we wero tainment will bo given In which the Catholic church Is severely criticized Seventh to Broadway, church rectory. Rev. George Conner evidently convicted. At any rate we following will take part: J. J. sive coffee, in some quarters; some go so far as Broadway lo Sixth, out Sixth to performing The were told to leave, being allowed to tho ceremony. tho where solemn high Irvlngton Earl, Thomas Correct style-Ex- tr TRY OU- Rto say that sho Is In league with the mass church, celebrated In honor of bride and groom left immediately take with us only our personal Flynn, value will be Cllnes, Thomas Pfeffer, Misses Anfor Detroit, where thoy will make property. Friends fo our order In gela Flynn, liquor interests. This criticism Is the day. Mary Flynn, Mary You'll like the "Triumph" their future home. Vera' Cruz and other Mexican cities Angela Sweeney, duo to the fact that she holds to Bertha Heuser, its one of the season's leaders gave us shelter until the ship Margaret Constantlne, Marie PatSULLIVAN'S PJjAX INDORSED. 3 1.2 Lbs. truo principles and does not become Miss Mary T. Blrkel and Joseph Sailed. We were not subjected to rick, Martha Ehrlnger, Adelaide and its value for $2.00 that'll married at St. any Indignities, but it Is hard to Heuser, Catherine Hancock, VirR. Walter were hysterical or fanatical on tho subSpecial rebate ticket good for give you all the satisfaction A plan which originated with Hon. 10c in trade with 2 lbs of ject. She Is criticized by those who Jere A. Sullivan, of Richmond, for Anthony's church Wednesday morn- leave our work and tho hundreds of ginia, Wathen and a chorus from you desire. It's built along mass, Rev. children whom wo have learned to ing with a nuptial New Blend. nssert that drink Is evil In Itself. tho establishment of a monastery in Father Murphy officiating. After love. Friends In Spain have paid St. Augustine's school. The Comthe advance style ideas the mittee on Arrangements Is comvlow of Kentucky This sho declares Is not true. The Eastern a nucleus with aa large col- the ceremony thero was a reception our passage from Mexico to JOHN M. MULLOY, crown is a little higher and the posed of John Cole, William Cole, making for at tho brldo's home, then the happy Catholic church does not assert that ony of Catholic emigrants from Eur young couple Eugene Constantlne, Charles Tracy, brim has a broad velvet welt 212 West Market. left on a bridal tour to Richard Kennedy. James F. O'Neill. the moderato and legitimate use of ope, and which appeared In these Indianapolis and other points. edge. In green, gray, stone, UXUSUAIi WEDDIXG. Archie Kehoe, Matt P. Dolan and navy, intoxicating drinks Is a moral evil columns some time ngo, has been steel and pearl; all sizes, Blue-graPatrick G. King. Tho proceeds will Tho crowning social event of the or sin. Neither does sho assert that enthusiastically indorsed by his- be used in helping to defray the For tho first time In and many other styles for men' Council, Knights of Columbus, season In Frankfort was tho closing tory of Vlncennes, Ind.,the late a wedding expenses o tho new school. the manufacture and sale of Intoxi- of Lexington. A committee com- danco of tho Assembly Ball Club of all ages. $2. First Communion Boohs two cating liquors aro " In themselves posed of James T. McCarthy, Victor on Thursday night of last week, nt which two sisters became the wives of Drop in soon and look brothers was solemnSMOKER AND DEBATE. Bogaert and James B. Banahan was which was graced by the presence ized thero Monday, Misses Vivian moral evils or sins. ROSARIES 'em over. Tho Catholic church is censured appointed to push tho movement, es- of the following pretty Louisville Ebrter and Laurino Ebner, sisters, The pecially beforo the Louisville Coun- girls. Misses Mary Doherty. Eliza- married Herbert Glover and Georgo Louis Holy Name Society of St. SCAPULAR MEDALS Bertrand's church held the bccausosho does not espouse the cil, tho largest In the State, and to beth Carroll, Cecil Gordon, Beatrice Glovor, brothers. Tho ceremony last of its series of smokers until Prohibition bring tho matter to tho attention Harold, Agnes Board, and Mrs. Lo- was cause ot prohibition. See oar aew book, "How to Get performed at the brides' home, after Lent on Tuesday evening and is a political doctrine, not a Chris- of tho State' Council, which meets gan Rock. Ma.ried." tho Rov. Father Eugene Simon, heard tho subject of "Preparedo Somo Catholics In Louisville next May. All ot the ' Tho marriage of Miss Cora Mao pastor of St. Agnes' church, Evans-vlll- ness" debated by J. William tian doctrine, Every Devotional. Article here. and Joseph E. Conkllng. Folofficiating. aro Tho espouse the cause; some do not. The councils In this State aro requested Goode and Joseph McGill was solNo (rouble to ahow goods. to communicate with District Deputy emnized Saturday morning at tho daughters of tho lato brides Joseph L. lowing tho debate there was a mu s Third and Market. Catholic church does not mix James J. O'Rrien, or Grand Knight Ebner, wealthy manufacturer. sical programme In which James religion; she does not tell Richard J Colbert, of Lexington, Cathedral of tho Assumption. at Tho Tho bridegrooms ice sons of Georgo Curran, Sr., John Holmes, Joseph Rogers Church Goods Co. and aro the Rov. P. M. J, Rock officiated her people how they must vote. for information regarding tho nuptial mass and performed tho D. Glover, wealthy coal mlne owner McCarthy and James Curran, Jr., 129 S. FOURTH AVE. took .part. SUFFERS RELAPSE. ceremony. The ushers wero Messrs. of Vlncennes. Many wise and good men do not and John Coll. Robert Ramsey prohibition. They do not be favor MEETS NEXT FRIDAY. WHERE THEY ritEACH. Tho Rev. Daniel O'Sulllvan, pastor "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone'i After a short wedding trip Mr. and QUARTERLY MEETING. lieve that It is the best remedy. They of the Church of tho Blessed SacraMrs. McGill will bo at homo at The Auxiliary of the Good Shep- ment, Washington street, Is again tho 231 West Broadway. During the Lenten season you can not are of the opinion that Members of tho various confer- herd, to which all Catholic ladies Oar Special $3.00 Spray fathers legislate morality Into people. Tho Franciscan services will a assist at tho ences ot the St. Vincent do Paul So- are eligiblo for membership, meets under the caro of tho physician at k at number of u St. Joseph's Infirmary, and his par- Oar Special $5.00 John A. Latimer, for eight years ciety will approach holy communion nt lias sunereu,,ocal caiMK of temperance preaching tho clqrk at churqhes, Wreath the Convent of the Good Shepherd ishioners and friends will bo reSeelbach, and Miss tomorrow morning In their regreatly from tho fanaticism that Is 'evening sermons. Rev. Caesar Kron Eleanora the of spective churches. In tho afternoon on Eighth street next Friday after- joiced to learn that his conditio Robinson, daughter The largest values in Funetoo often found among the prohlbl- - will peach at St, Patrick's, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Robinson, wero at 3 o'clock tho quarterly meeting noon at 3 o'clock. Tho purpose of hns greatly Improved. ral Flowers ever offered in Father Joseph Klein at St. James, and united In marriage Tuesday aftertho auxiliary Is to assist the Sisters O'Sulllvan has been a hard worker. Louisville. tlonlsts. With many it has at gt. noon at St. Cecilia's church. Rev, will bo hold, and tho now members of tho Good Shepherd in every way v paclf,e wlnterield aggregated. xbe Rov. eloquent and Father Craney performing the For prompt delivery call ?23 Father possible, especially In fine laundry and this has caused his Illness. Last All are the only virtue and tho only vice. ' Rrjgici'B, week .It was thought ho had recov both phones. The world Is filled with moral lepers , f orceful pulpit orators Following a dinner recep- O'Mahoney, of tho Cathedral, will and handiwork, artistic and plain ered, but after a fow days ho suftion at tho homo of tho bride's par deliver the address. All members sowing, etc. who do not drink, Tho Inaccurate fered a relapso and was forced to INVITED TO CHICAGO. ents, 2420 Bank streot, tho "happy aro urged to bo present and hear knowledge of the Bible shown by relinquish his pastoral duties. The couple departed Chicago on him. BOOK SHOWER. for hope is general that his recovery the" zealots of universal prohibition Archbishop Mundeleln will speak their honeymoon trip, and on their may be speedy and permanent. lfi deplorable. We must be as broad ' at the fifteenth annual dinner or return will bo at home at the Her SOME TEAM. tmuuinits ma Tho Young Ladles' Sodality of the Irish Fellowship Club, to be mitage Hotel. jho Either St, Mary's College has a Holy Trinity church, Now Albany, a, the New Teetanieot, no 'broader, given In tho Hotel LaSalle, Chicago, nouns. wonderful basketball team or the had a really successful book shower tourttiMsnue LoulrvHr no narrower. What Christ the Mas- - n g Patrlck.B day other speak- was off Its Monday night In Holy Trinity Hall. Mackln Council club COLONELS GO SOUTH. The Forty Hours, three days of ' Flowers fer approved may not be condemned ( ers wm j,Q former President Will-b- y stride last Saturday evening, the An address by Gustav Welnmann, telegraphed everywhere." Cath- - fain Howard Taft. Edward J. Mny lMr authority. The The Louisville ball club left yee- - college boys slaughtering Manager Secretary of the Chamber of Com- adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, will begin at St. Elizabeth's church. Governor tfirdav Columbia. John Barry's aggregation by the merce, was tho feature of the evenmornintr for orittolzed beoaUM Dermott, edio ehwca to they will begin their overwhelming swore of 75 to 28. ing. An excellent musical pro East Burnett avenue, at the high Rev. Father Assent will direct the of Kentucky, and the Rev. Thornae liquor dealer are member of the F BurJce pastor of gt Mgry,3 Tenn., where Manager Even Merlin Hogan, of the Mackln gramme was rendered and refresh mRaa tomorrow mornlnr. and aon- - devotions, and Will be aaalatAr! hv spring training, and Jtlnue on the two following days, priests from other parishes. ments were dispensed. hnrch ln good tanding. A ealoon- - ehurcn, Chicago. Clymer will only have to see tuat team, can't give the reason. able-bodi- ed Suits $9.95 to $35.00 Dresses $5.95 to $24.75 Girls' Confirmation Dresses saloon-keep- er IWm $2.95 to $9.99 J"I"I"I'"l"I"I"H"l-'Mi-IH"t"H"m"Hi-H-J- CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Car-ranz- toast-maste- ...St. Patrick's Day Entertainment., Ancient Order of Hibernians Cav-anaus- s, Irish-Americ- an said-thei- r THE "TRIUMPH" $ Hcs-sio- g. A Spring Hat For Men NEW BLEND 2 65c ss I e, Klap-hek- LEVY'S poll-tic- i G I mid-wee- u,i, I coro-mon- y. forty rums. $m J&iJ&J&TXJCJZL'Y RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colunis. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS M-A- IJ&XSfcXX AAdQBRIOAB- - iMMMimfiHMmtmMMiMmMimHtmH THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. lmfmmtmmm INCORPORATED 'GRAN W. SMITH'S SON-- 0 ! AL. S. SMITH, PROP. We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates. Funeral Director and Embalmer IN U)UISVILL.E ELEVATOU MACHINE CO. ENGUAVEHS BY & Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENUACH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. BOTH PHONES 810. AMERICAN 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 with-ou- t 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 Juvenile Suits; the latter in the new Junior Norfolk model. Garments cleverly designed of fashionable serge, shepherd checks and other novelty fabrics All 4 1809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET? BCBIiTCH ENGRAVING COMl'AM' ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS LouisviRe, Ky 80 W. Main St., Homo Phone City 5674 1MKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 JVV&VVWMA HOMEPIIONESS CUMBKItr.ANI MAIN 3071-- y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS! FUNERAL DIRECTORS F "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "The Place Where "All Rendy for Your Griddle In the Made to Look Morning" jJPALDING DRY HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. PHONES (Incorporated.) Old Clothes Are Like Now." CLEANING 1887. CO u niXL rvir ClYJDAL-lYJEirXC- ETKXDAI ?. KATTmCT? ? JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN 25SM 822 iVVtVfcV'VVMAW.' Bast JMLglIul street. ?VVv,I,,I,Vwl,,i,T' ,V,!,,X,VV,X,"'""J,VI I'V 0 R. JEUNESSE BUILDING CONTRACTOR West Wnlnut A Street SPECIALTY PICNIC PARTIES Homo Phono Shawnee 19 8 C ARTHUR A. WILL 810 YORK STREET Phone South 1753 Louisville, Ky TH0S. J. BR0DERICK PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Phone City 4392-- J BUILDER 2431 Montgomery Street Home Phono Shawnee 1010 WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR 1000 Zane Street SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY CONFIDENTIAL am Aw a SHEET METAL RELIABLE al 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-- V. R. POOLEY L. Room 1, Courier-Journ- Building The variety includes everythingihat is new in style, material and color. Contrary to ordinary expectations, are moderately priced. we are able to offer them at popular Boys' and Girls' Straw Headwear. prices. A wide variety of styles and colorings Boys' Blouses. 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. refined styles for the larger boys. Play Suitt, Rompers,Togs; hundreds The usual diversified selection has of pretty styles with either long or been provided both as to models and short sleeves. Designs are entirely fabrics. exclusive and not to be procured else(Juvenile Section Main Floor) where in Louisville. XVGXSXSXSX X 'J,,I,,II,vjV DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors I Ctlmb. Main 2i)9S.a and Embalmersl Clonic Vjiiy KOTII PIIOXES. 200S 4. PRANK FEHR BREWING CO 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS 415 Fourth Street Louis D. Coady Tlios. II. Kennedy KENNEDY-COADY CO. AXXUAu COIjIjKCTIOX. MANUFACTURERS Incorporated Louisville Made Furnaces S. Ninth St. Home Phone City 2542 210-22- 2 MEN'S FURNISHINGS C31 WEST WALNUT STREET Homo Phono, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, ICY. I Central Coal and Iron Co. INCORPORATED. I Pastors of tho Catholic churches in the Louisville diocese announced last Sunday that tho annual collection for the Negro nnd Indian churches and schools would be taken up nt all the masses tomorrow morning. This collection has tho approval of tho Commission for the Negro and Indian Missions of tho United States and Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue, who hope that the offering asked for this year will bo generous. SEVEN CHILDREN ENTER. 207 PAUL JONES BUILDING COA-Li Render, Jellico, Smokeless, Anthracite l" J4 ' PT Dt RUUVtttE j SKXTEtUW j? IT jjjfWk frtfcHW. ;yy SEURUPT '' fr.Dt - -- XV FLORISTS Cut Flowers for all occasions. Special attention given outof-toworders. n I 7 ,J GERMAN BANK i1 tured. ! Miss Maltha Hickey, who has recently made her flnul vows at Notre Damo Convent, Indiana, is the last of a family of seven children to enter the religious life of tho church. The brothers, five In number, who are priests, are Rev. John F. Hickey, pastor of the Church of the Holy Name, Cincin nati; Revs. William D. and Charles A. Hickey, of Dayton; Rov. Edward C. Hickey, of Middletown, and Rov. Georgo F. Hickey, of Urbana. The other sister, Miss Mary Hickey, has for some time been a Sister of Nptre Dame. NOTRE Brewers and Bottlers IjOTJISVrDLIS. KY. IN BOTTLES FOR HQME USE 0ERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. DAIE. I' ';Xif'. B ! OiiiJS -- Pb mjt .," k NEW NANZ C57 a NEUNER CO. $2 HATS AT INCORPORATED. Fourth Ave.. Loniitvillc. Ky. MAP OF THE RECENT OFFENSIVE BY THE GERMAN AKMY. Tho niimhprs iiulfp.ito tho trains made by the Germans on successlvo da8, the entire shaded portion showing towns and territory cap 3IOKGAX Joyce Kilmer, literary editor of PHONE CITY 859. the New York Times and the Literary Digest, also a poet of considerable note, delivered a lecture to Cumb. Phone West the students of Notro Damo on "War Poetry." Another lecturer at Notre Damo this last week was Dr. George B. Mangold, Director or tho St. Washington University. Dr. Mangold spoko on tho "Challenge of Humanity to Man," which dealt with the evil of child labor, on which he is an authority. PROBLEM SOLVED. Louis School of Social Economy, JOHN F. OERTEL CO. ' INCORPORATED 191 LOUISVILLE, KY, Home Phone THE f'l THE BEST $1, $1.50, J. O'MUEX. Fifth and Market Sts. LADIES, AVOID THE RUSH All the late in cn be found -- ? '- w v tandSbapei cable prlcei. Com-Cel-S- ar The Great Stomach, Kidney Liver and Blood Remedy Bring your last year's hat to us early and save money by having it reblocked in tho now-cshape. AVo Ilavo Forty Now Shapes To Select- From Our method of reblocklng, cleaning and dyeing has proven a great success. Our forty years of business is our guarantee. When you bring your hat to us you are bringing it to a reliable Louisville concern and you will get tho best attention. Our Prices 75c and $1 st - An Ideal Tonic and Body 713 West Jefferson Street Builder. North Sido LegallyGuaranteed to sat isfy you or money refunded. Hv yoBX keys aa caseation, that will prepare uem ipr ui. One dollar for 3 boxes. On sale at all drug stores. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEQh 113 W. Broadway, KoalarUle, Xy. Falls City Straw Works The New York State Bar Associa tion recently elected former Chief Justice Morgan J. O'Brien as its President, ana on saiuruay me xmbw vn.l- Pnnntv T.tiwvnrs' Association signalized the event by a dinner to Former tho distinguished jurist. Wlckersham General Attorney brought down the house when he said that Justice O'Brien came of a race that never in its history has been too proud to iigni. wot omy Is tho Irishman not afraid to fight, hut Vir. invAH n. fieht for a cood Drln- ciple. In an eloquent speech tho new President pieaaea lor a reiuiu to the principles on which the fotl.ni-fnnrwlnrl tllfi renllbllc. "chief and first of which are tho eternal and immutable principles of right and justice." International arbitration for the settlement of disputes and the avoidance of war he thinks is primarily tho business or tno lawof organizations yers. "Great lawyers. Tintrlot.lc iroirtui nnri speaking and backed by their char- actors, tneir nuniDers anu men intelligence, can oe nearu ereu amid the babel of belligerent unite the If wo could voices. bench and bar of Amorica, we could of the impi ess upon the peoples woild the value of International arbitration in the settlement of disputes." - SOCIETY A. DIRECTORY. 0. H. WIEDEMAN N INCORPORATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, ercelleatSfWt c PASTOR RESUMES DUTIES. PATRONIZE HOME BY GETTING A TUT TO-SA- T Ir- - Chaplain, Joseph C. Kennedy, Indianapolis Hibernians will have Soap. Scoarlaff Powders, Matchless Twelfth Cavalry, has resigned his 3IACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Unia rarnlture and Office Pollattea, commission as an officer in the an elaborato St. Patrick's day celeIMilnfectanta, Strm Xlllera, Stc army. Father Kennedy was ap- bration. Following the high mass Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixtpointed to tho Corps of Chaplains at St. John's there will bo a monPresident S. O. Hubbuch. on November 15, 1909, and was as- ster parade with seven bands of M. F. In- music and all the Catholic societies First Vice President signed to the Twenty-secon- d fantry, and later transferred to the of the city marching. At 2 o'clock Schaad. in Second Vice President it. L. Twelfth Cavalry. He was born In there will be a mass meeting by Scheckler. Missouri and appointed to tho army Tomlinson Hall, presided over Mayor Bell, who will deliver an ad O. Adams. from Oregon. r. . Financial Secretary, P. -- r- W. Q. dress, followed oy uev. Secretary Recording cnurcn, Buckle. Bridget's Griffin, of St. THEY SHOULD SELL. and Hon Claude Bowers, of WashTreasurer O. J. Thornton. Permission has been granted by ington, D, C, author of the work, Marshal Theo. Buckle. of "Th nrpat Irish Tribunes." who the Mayor and City Council Inside Sentinel James R&dlgan. A rami-rattaf- f Chicago to the members of 'the will be the orator of the day. We are alio Headqnartars for Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. Siok aad DlseMtd Xoows. Catholic Woman's League to sell band will enliven the proceedings At night there day with Irish airs. shamrocks and St. Patrick's Chemical Co. emblems on the streets of Chicago will be an excellent concert and aavfsk, County Chaplain, will be Incorporated in Tomlinson the celebrant of the mate, and 1b on March 17 for the benefit of the musical programme upeak on the sle- his sermon Pretotomt for (Mrl maintained Hall, which will draw another mnoanc 01 will oay. Xat Hum, CKty Rev. Father tne great audience. by Uifl Cathollu Lcagu. 10S-U- 0 SOUTH THIRD STRBBT h. BUO AND ROACH KILLER Sot Hoae We are o4aaarter Cleaning' Material sach aa XiiMeeA OU CHBMO Th iinv. Hiicli Diilv. of St. James church at Ellzabethtown, will re no Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother. ceive a warm greeting when INDUSTRY Classical, and Buslneaa resumes hl3 pastoral duties tomorScientific Courses, Preparatory Departnieat, Lar Or Bwlmmlnr Pool, Well Boulpped aysaas. row. Father Daly has been ill for lura. Terms Mo1r. Bro. Jawea. Dlr. thren mnntliH and for a time his condition was regarded as serious. CHAPLAIN RESIGNS. INDIANAPOLIS. Tho Arizona mass wlno question The Meets Fourth Thursday, Lledeikranz seems finally to bo settled. State Supremo Court has decided Hall. Sixth and Walnut. that importation of liquor into Ari President Mark Ryan. zona for "personal use" is not in Vice President W. L. Cushlng. State-wid- e prohibi Recording Secretary Daniel Mc- violation of tho became effective tion act, which Carthy. Railroads had 1, 1915. Secretary Edward January to accept mass wine shipFinancial refused Clancy. ments Into the State, saying that It Treasurer Thomas Keenan. to carry them. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s James English. was not permissible Tim Lyons. Sentinel SHOWING RIGHT SPIRIT. DIVISION 3. Thn PnMiniloa of Decatur county. First and Third Monday at Hiber- Ind., have been thoroughly enlisted Portland. nian Home, 1818-182- 0 centennial In tho coming nnd homo cnmlntr. Tho St. President Lawrence J. Mackey. George Commandecy, Knights of St. Vico President John J. Riley. Secretary John J. John, of Greensburg, nave voieu to Financial present features or interest pertainHesslon, Jr. church history of Recording Secretary Matthew ing to tho early following churches the county. The O'Brien. will be represented: St. Mary's, of Treasurer- - Daniel Dougherty. Greensburg; St. Mary's, of Sorgeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. St. Denis, of Westport, and Noon. Sentinel Thomas St. Maurice, of Concord. Tho matter has been Intrusted to a historical DIVISION 4. committee. The Knighs of ColumMeets Second and Fourth Mondays, bus will also take part. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. LX PAM. Vico President Thomas Lynch. of tho School ot Financial Secrotary Thomas J. Tho fniimlnr Langan. Journalism at Notro Dame. Dr. Max Recording Secretary James S. Pam, of Ohlcago, is to 00 tne prinMcTighe. cipal speaker at tho commencement Treasurer Pat Connelly. exercises this year. Tho commenceSentinel M. J. McDormott. ment this year marks tho graduation Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrno. of tho flrst class in tno course 01 IniirnnHsni. The BUblcCt of tho Y. M. I. bachelor orations will be "Tho News- annl-vArnnrv MI11-nouse- n; DIVISION 1. ORUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. ' JOHN B. FRA30&. WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 209 X.OUISVXL1L1E. KT. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f FALL CITY BBER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. X HINTS OX STVIii:. papor and Democracy." The nacn-elorators have not yet been picked, but will bo chosen from tim inw. innrnnllsm and history nnd Timothy P. courses. ecomonlcs Galvin, '16, history ana economics course, will deliver the valedictory. or AVIIiTi BUILD SOME. erably for suit purposes. Tho silk suit will be the mainstay (Investigate Our New Frea of spring and early summer. Delivery Service. Plain lawns and organdies are BEE OUR ADS IN THB TIMES, exceptionally good this season. liUKAiiU AMU jt'UfcjT. To be qulto in tho height of fashhigh. ion one's spring hat must rise of tho new spring suits aro being mado of dark blue serge. Funeral Directors Dark blue Is to bo the favored color for tho street sult ' or street Nine-tenths The newest of tho sport hats aro of kid and straw. Taffetas are being used consid- Illl and Embaimers. Ttasfea lliZ. H.B05SES0N PEHR JSVTBirUm dress. Luisvillc mu..n to o nnaelhllttv nt flvo new buildings being erected at Notro Dame during the present year, the new quarter of a million dollar library, Old Students' Hall, which will be used for dormitory purposes, and tho new shrine, there is also a possibility that new tintnn tnf iha TMntrA Damo Mission Band may be erected. Both of the present buildings used for these purposes have been outgrown. iie-sid- er Stripes are one of tho most fashionable features of tho present BIO modes. Silk suits of faille and gros de a Londe will be much In evidence bit later. Silk net continues to bo tho flrst choice for nearly nil formal frocks not of lace. The new spring and summer NORTON BUILDING cottons are most charming, both in H.W. UKuum Forth coloring and design. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT CMr nt XCEJSTTXJOJKY WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. IRISH AMEXOJV, IHLL. t VOTR OX CONSENT STEWART DRY GODDS CO. tincorporaieaj IN CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCREERY & CO., NEW YORK. Shown at Stewart's Complete Assortment ' New 5 1916 Wash Goods It is creating a short market on dependable Wash Goods. Makers are already sending1 out advices that thev will be unable to guarantee Consequently the Stewart kind of colors. wasn uooas wm oe nara to get. White Biltmoic Checked Voile, of a soft, sneer quality, with cords forming various size checks: full 3G inches wide; a, yard 25c White Plisse, of a firm, quality, in the small crinkle style, so much in demand for underwear; a yard 22c Wonderful Cloth the wash goods so suited to the making of children's rompers, misses' middies and house dresses; a yard 17c Handkerchief Linen, of a very sheer quality. Esnofiiallv serviceable? for hlmisp.i......,.., .Ifi inning w .v.wj wide ; yard 75c A The troubled conditions abroad have affected the domestic situation by the withdrawal of weavers from. American plants to secure the lareer salaries offered in the munition fac- tories. This is common knowledge. RenrnsnntntlvA Mnvnrn nf Hnvlnir. ton. to table Stone's mntlnn. TIiora .voting in favor of tho motion were Ampler, Newport; liratcher. Hound Hin; urown, juioomiieid; iiulloclc, Hartford; Cannon, Madrid; Cook, HopKinsvuie; Coleman, Elkton; Cruse. Owenslinrn: Dnlihs. MnrtH. cello; Dorman, High Bridge; Dow- unc. L.awrenceburir: Liufrv. i.oiiIh- Vllle; Durham, Springfield; Ellis-to- n. HlllHtnn: flnrdnpr. nnrilwnltf Gooch, Standford; Hobbs, Lexing ton; Howard, Versailles; Howell, mo Aeniucny irisn American, and herewith Is a detailed voto on the measure. Stone moved to take tho bill from the committee, where n nnn it had hppn imfnvnr. ablly, this bringing a motion from oe nr-tnr-l bill, fathered by the Menace and which was lntrnitiirnil hv nnm. sentatlvo E. D. Stone, of Marion, in pie Kentucky Jueglslature, was tnlilnr! Hv n mnllnn if KA tr 1 f? n will bo remembered by tho readers The infamous convent inspection Wsmmrngsmms THE GREAT CONTINUES At the present time we are offering full and complete assortments of qualities which we can strongly indorse. Satisfactory choice can now be made from all lands and styles, among which are: Printed Flaxons. in many stripes 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; SG inches wide ; a yard 19c Ivanhoe Zephyr Ginghams, in new patterns 15c and solid colors: a yard Covington; McAteo, Brooksvllle; McGlono, Clay City; Nichols. Lexlncton: O'Brien. Louis ville; Oliver, Scottsvlllo; Perry, Louisville; Pieratt. Mt. Sterling; Price. Covlncton: Puninhrpv. T'lm- lngsburg; Richardson, Brandenburg; Schneider, Bowling Green; E. D. Smith, Georgetown; Claude Smith. Franklin! Sn.ilin. T.nnlRvllln- , Tabor, Morehead; Tartar, Somer Pllrnvtllo Vonz. Tvra Cave City; John S. Webb', Thorn-lioWills, Winchester; Yewell, Owensboro. Murphy, Malt; Hunter, Lebanon; Hutchcraft, Paris; Kuh, Louisville; . Lasley, T.po. LfiwlRlilirirr Illrnhotlifnwn. Lilly, Morganfleld; Mathers, Millers-burMetzger, Newport; Meyers, Corlncton: Montcomerv. Owentnn: LOCKHART MILL END SALE The biest event in mprr.hnHivinri ever known to Louisville people. HERMAN STRAUS avenup fourth g; ANOTHER WEEK rcaamm set; ireaaway, I'auucan; Ctlllurr, xrivcue, -- . n; 88 HIBERNIANS. WEWANTY0URW0RK We're Prepared to Dp It Promptly s Style. and in First-Clas- Brown, What They Have Been Doing Dover. Cary, Crowe, Cummins, Record of tho Most Important of Duncan. Embry, Greene, the Past Week General the Recent Events Culled Hamilton, Harvey, Holland, Jackson. T. R. Jones, Lyon, Neat, From Exchanges. News Notes. Cropper, Burlington; Gearhart, Cann; Grimes, Caution; Hall, Jones, Princeton; Moores, Waco; McMurry, Hickman; Stono, Marion; Thompson, Louisa; Wall, Humphrey; W. M. Webb, Palnts-vlllWilson, Vanceburg; Young, RIchardsvIlle. Of these fifteen, eleven were Republicans and four Democrats, the latter being Cropper, McMurry, W. M. Webb and Young. Those absent or not votinc were Bailey, Barret, Brashear, W. H. Spurl-ington; e; to table and allied with Stono were Bays, Warren; Cooper, Greenup; Those voting against tho motion $ EDW. A. AXMAN IRELAND. DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. Hennessy UPSTAIRS SrOBE. Rev. J. O'Rorke, Goresbridge, has Another division has beon added Duffy. to the order In New York City. been appointed to Ballyfln, in sucEvery member should try to be LOCAIi HOTjERS AT TOLKDO. cession to the late Father Kelly. Timothy Callaghan, Ballywilliam, in the parade on next Friday mornThe following party of local was elected Master of tho New Ross ing. in Workhouse, defeating Michael BarMake your returns for St. Pat- bowlers loft VARtnrrlnv innrnlnfr car to rick's dav tlnkntn na mnn no nn, a' special Bowling participate in tho ron, Adamstown. National Tournament at The late N. Keating, of Wexford, sible. Toledo; Al Martin, John Lubbers, left estate valued at $32,960, the Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Division 4 held a special meeting Albert Gregg, Newton Solbert, John Tuesday and will meet again next J. Barry, Herman Deddens, John bulk of which ho hennnnthnrl tn hie Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. wife and children. Monday. F. Oetken, Fred Stengel, Phil Mnp.h rnrrrnt In folr In Rr.ilmiiinq. Orders for reserved seats for the Audra Hudson, Thomas M. managh at Dance and Wedding Invitations St. Patrick's dnv nnlnhrntlnri o Barry. C. C. McCaffrey. Clarence J. J. Dunne. the transfer of the Rev. He replaced by the coming in nicely. August Schreck, Holzknecht, uev. i'. waisii, is a Specialty. carlow College. ChlcatTO Hlhnrnlnnn 'mill l,1,l Charles Herman, Dave Wells, J. E. For tho fourth year In succession their St. Patrick's day banquet at Hartley, HOME PHONE 946. Arthur Stern, Joseph Meschede. Dan J. Hennessv and J. William T. Pilsworth, Thomastown, mu xauiui onernian. J. Drlscoll. They rolled in the five- - has been elected Chairman or tho MlSS Afnrv fJnnHnrr r,t i, r Creamery. dies' Auxiliary, will be on the St. men events l.nst nlelit nnrl will rnlrn Nore Valley By tho death from pneumonia of nart In the others tnrlnv. lpnvini In. Patrick's day programme. Dermot Hurley, of Athy, one of tho National President McLaughlin night to spend Sunday ln Detroit. best known figures in South Kildnre took a prominent part in the Irish ORBBN tUTRBKT. 819 and Queen's county has passed LOUISVILLE POPULATION. race convention in Now York City. away. maiana Hibernians sent a strong By six votes to four John Kelly The nnnunl vnlnmn nf delegation to the New York conven- Caron's fortv-slxt- h Dlroctory, Vice Chalrmnn City surpassed by has been tion, headed by Judge John J. none in tne country, just off tho of the Strabane Urban Council, Rochford. press, shows the population of John Perry belnrr the Unionist nnn. !S r in. Louisville to bo 2G5.420. There will hn rm moot In Ther didate. vision 1 next Thursday night. Tho are individual James Larkin, foreman shunter 132,710 of fourth Thursday of each month will persons residingnames tho corporate at Llmorlck railway terminus, was in uo me nigiu lor mo luturc. limits of the citv and liv nslni' fwn icnocKed down and cut to pieces by Covington Hibernians will cele- as a multinllnr. a flmirn wlilrh hna the train which loft Timorlrlr fnr brate St. Patrick's day at tho been used since tho 1900 census, It Nonagh. Tkat you jpeat for aometbiac yeu did not NEED would have lUrUd a Colonial Theater. In the afternoon win give Louisville a population of The Claremorrls Board of GuarSAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bask; to bear lateratt COMPOUNDED there will bo a special matinee for 265,420. This is an increase of dians at a recent meeting unani- tho children. 1!)1R 2.1G4 over n tho rosnliiHnn In fHrrrlnrv. mnilRlv nrlnntorl twica a year; There MAY COME a Umo wkea yoar "LAST DOLLAR' The St. Patrick's day celebration There has been an innrensn nf 1.nR! favor of workhouse amalgamation jattat be spent for aometbiac you DO NEED. The SAVING sow of the at Minneapolis will include the names in this year's directory over for tho county. burning of the mortgage on tho lots that of 1915. Containing much valdollars you arc WAstiag might keep that "bard titaa" from ever coming. The death is announced of Mrs. on which the Hibernians will erect uable information on Louisville's Doyle. Drumsna. nt tho trront nrra their building. varied business Industries, every of nlnotv-Rl- v vonrs. Khn nmonntnl Michael M. Mniinnnv. nnn nf Mm morchant and manufacturer will find a bouquet of flowors at Janestown best known Hlbehnians In Indian- this volume a real and valuable io uanioi u connem apolis, is a candidate for State Sen- help. At Lismaenffrov. nonr rSmnnnl ator from Marlon county. tho death has tnkon nlnro nf Tnlin His friends feel confident and aro workWEDS IN IOWA. Gorman, aged eighty-sifollowed ing hard for his election. by that of his wifo, aged eighty-fou- r, Fifth and Court Place. News was reooivp.il hnr Snrnr- Oahkosh within a fow hourB. Hlbornians have ar ranged for a flttlnfr nhuirvnnnt nf day of tho marriage of Miss Agne3 Opn Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturday Until 7 p. m. Dnath from shnrlf thn roonll nf uevenny and Francis J. 6t. Patrick's day. It will take place x. an accidental fall downstairs, was of In the House, and Itov. tho vordlct Inquest El Joseph Grand Opera J., of Marquette wedding Montlcello, Iowa, where the at Tipperary returned at anO'Dwyer, was solemnized WednesMurphy, S. on Timothy day morning at St. Mary's church. draper and licensed trader. umvuraiiy, wm do the orator. Following tho ceremony thn hrlrlnl i, A committee rnnrnuonflnoCardinal Locrun hnn mnrln thn fnl. Ancient Order of Chicago were party and several guests loft for lowing further clerical appointments among the first to call upon Arch- - Cedar Rapids, whoro a reception and cnanges in Armaen archdio blsllOD Mundplnln nnrl nlntcm Tll was held at the homo of the hride'n cese: Rev. J. McArdle to Cooley; M. Widmor. Grace their loyalty and support. fllstcr, Mrs. J. aro now nn The Rev. J. Mullen to TInnor IClllonw tlinlr Uev. T. Gogarty to Louth. They also invited him to speak at haDnv caunlo honeymoon trip, which includes the St. Patrick's day banquet. At u convention of the United Ladles' Auxiliary 2 of Indian- Louisville, and after March IK fhnv Irish League in Dundalk, Patrick J. Raise your aver apolis dosed ifn will be at home at Savanna. 111. Whltty, of Dublin, waB unanimously ! Hn.lnnn tnlrh Miss Dovennv rosldorl In age with a Mas- social Friday night. Only the mem- Louisville and formerly known here Selected .IS fhn Natlnnnllat miiHI. is well bers brought pies, but with them the Parliamentary vacancy cot Bat. Win the came their friends. The object was Her sister quite recently was mar- date for Louth, caused by tho death in North ried to Louis G. VIglini. for the DUrnOHA nf tonrinlrllnn- ..nit.. of Augustine Roche. game with a and frlendshiD and cnffoA nnmno n.o Tho Very Rnv. Rdwn.nl f!nnnn CinCAGO'S MISFORTUNE oiu ana new memoera. Mulhern, D. D., Bundoran, has been Division 3 and the T.niHr..' Aut. appointed Bishop of Dromore. The The result of last wnelc'n Alitor. Very Rev. Dr. Mulhern, who is a Iliary gave a bazar Monday night for the benefit of the now Im- manic elections in Chlcaeo rn win native of Ednrnov. Hnnnfv Pormnn. ' maculate Conception school. This tered a decisive dofont nrnlnnt ach. was ordained In IfiSR nftnr n was their second for this worthy Mayor Thompson, who was elected distinguished courso in Maynooth. last object, but it is the same today as by, the bigots In Chicago Father Bernard Haekntt. n. it was during tho penal days In spring, the Guardians of Liberty pcrior of the Rcdomptorists of nrtrnn lo Limerick. Ireland, the Ancient DrrW i. al and other hnn hnnn nnnnlnlnH ways ready to rally to the support tions going so far as to stand at Bishop of Waterford and LIsmoro. me aoor oi every Protestant church The Most Rev. Dr. Hackctt was of the "Soggarth." The Straight Whiilcy Oa Earth Fort Wayne Hibernians have ar- in that citv thn Rnnrlnv hofnrn born in Dun gar van on May 24, ranged a notewnrthv rniicimm ..nri tlon and distribute pamphlets urg- - 1863. Hft nfnrlfr.il nt Aimtnt no Mellarav and civic nroErramirm far tho ADnntnMAA Intr tho nlootlnn nf "Thnmnonn nt Kr guardian of American rights." That John's College, afterward of St. Patrick's day. Waterford, from Headed by me JMKS- Dana, more will be an me cuy or uiucago naB a lemon on whence he went to Maynooth. INCORPORATED imposing Darade thrnneh Mm nrin. its hands Is evidenced hv thn fnl. Thera hn ir a hrllllnnt nnrl rlla- Sola Owb.h Registered Diet. No. 32 cipal streets to St. Patrick's church, lowintr extract from thn fihlpnirn tlneuishod student, and liondod hla where Rev. Josnnh v. rioinnnv 0,111 Tribune: "The Tribune will not be classes all through, Main Office and Salesroom, 728-73- 0 accused of admiration celebrate West Main Street. the evenlnt;solemn hlch mass. In of Bill the immodorate Bill annoys thcie will hn n mniMi US by Kohlilnp- Immense. Al'DIENCE WAS PLEASED. Tta la tho inn mnr-.H HM1 MUI entertainment in Hi 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 M Ml 1 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 and literarv when Dm- - ntm.io. Only WordB which enn rln thn suh. The annual mimic iorltnl nf fhn Library Hall, O'Donnell. of Notre Darrie, will lec- Ject Justice, the bunk. We think advanced pupils of Holy Rosary ture on "Faith and Patriotism." it Is a good thing for tho city that Academy took place Friday evening VIM tilt. I .. "H. ft HfT. c Trt Bill Right Rev. Bishop Alording and most or tne AldermenTHII'h attacked at Bertrand Hall an admir nnliHr-a- i Rev. Father Delannv. finimtv nhon. were renominated. ing audienco of relatives and fault ia that he eftts caught an friends. The girls, in lain, will also address the their white often running away with some frocks, looked as festive as on thing." graduation day and acquitted themselves creditably, showing careful ItECOVHRING. Sewer and Calrart Fine, ELIZABETHTOWN. trainintr hv thn nnmlnlran Slalom Baaaaa's Pateat Liddo Fine far Steaaa Ca.d.it. Tho eighth grade boys joined The Rev. Charles Rahm, pastor of Miss Vfrelnla Tlrvan and Tnia.rl. the choruses closlntr thn nrnirrammoin St. Wall at Morganfleld, MmI. "" awa, T and Ann's church Fowler, assistant Alonza French were married Mon- Thoso who took nart wurn TVIIaaao -- , "" vi Fathef Albert biaiag, rire arica to Rev. Joseph Hogarty at Lebanon, day afternoon at St. James church, Lmitan Talhntt. Xtavrarat Woimn urate as Sailer Tile, Greaal Fire Clay, Calsaxey teas. Eliaabethtown. the Rev. are still under treatment at Srt. Jo- officiating. MIsr Mary Hugh Daly Mary Etta Sullivan, Margaret Gott, Rfandrtolrl Lucy Mudd, Thelma Knabelkamp, seph's Infirmary. Both are pro- and Lawrence French were OFFICE 528 WST JEFFERSON the gressing toward recovery and will attendants. The bride Is a daugh- Margaret Hickey, Anna May Byrne, Mary Elizabeth Callahan, Margaret HOMS PHONKS OITY soon be able to return fn thai ter of II. D. Bryan and the grpom is Morlartv. OUMSi. MAIN 4507. Helen Zieeler. Rrmonnio charges. The Rev. Father Volk was a son of Thomaa French. Both are Knebelkamp, X WORKS Broderlck, 3tUrmd Brack. Ave-.able to leave the Infirmary this week yosular and many frleada were In Marie Pfeiffer,Rebecca Bat. 9tfc and aOtfc. X Dorothy Bdelen, and fa azain aeflnr nhanlain at rhe churah tn wttnAoa thalr iinlon Mildred TWeane, Glynn Msckin and v Sacred Hteart Academy. and offer eongratulatioas. Marie 'Ziagler. Pickett, Purnell, Radcliffe, Roach, Ryans. M. L. Smith, Snider. Spurrier, White, Wood and Speaker Axman 4M W. POPULAR PRICE TAILORS PRINTING Made to order for Women and Children at rea.onable prices. AH work delivered and tastefully arranged. SHROUDS BOSTON BrrTT.riTTvm JeBwintt Hllde-bran- d, M. GODFREY t m. 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