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Kentucky Irish American: March 25, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916032501_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: March 25, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. WE DO PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Giro This Office Your Next Order. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN NO. 13. SMOKE El Nomo 10c Wilfeoe 5c Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 25. 1916. PRICE FIVE CENTS. GREAT HONOR JHTli Pf mWSMf" ' I FMWMMBMWBMWMlMinWMlllWW BHBr1&IH1HBSHP!kot& f ' InK' MTiiiiiri "PATRIOTS" Francisco Villa and American Antl-Cathollcs Pcast of Ireland's Grand Apostle Beautifully Celebrated In Louisville. Hibernians Ancient Order to St. Louis P.rcscnt Flasr Bertram! School. of rap BJNflHfcv i jHP il !, nHi flKw ffH KMMmM !. '1 Hi r B-2BB'L ?fi- - ? MH'f. IH'M fif nH Once In Bro- therly Communion. The People Are Now Beglnnlnr to Itcallzc Ills Abhorrent Character. His Incursion Into New Mexico Shatters Beautiful Day Procession Most Dignified and Spirit of Occasion Imbibed by All Persons. SPLENDID SHOWING ON SUNDAY Dream. MAY BRING US GREAT TROUBLE Irish hearts in Loulsvlllo beat high with religious and patriotic fervor, and Irish eyes grow dim whilo listening to the praises of Ireland's great apostle on St. Patrick's day, tho feast linked with memories of homo to the Irish exile, and with loving thoughts of his descendants for that beautiful and unhappy land that gavo to the Catholic church so many saints and to history's pages tales of dauntless, If futile, daring Silvery freedom. for Ireland's tongued orators graced many of tho city's pulpits, and St. Louis St. Patrick's, Sacred Heart, St. Michael's, St. Agnes and other churches, wTiore panegyrics of the great saint were sounded through the vaulted aisles, were thronged villi fepresentatlvcs of the Irish rfaco, who were tUsUlcfl. .ydUitho musical numbers rendered by the various choirs. day dawned clear and Tho bright, as though St. Patrick had smiled on the city. The public celebration was conducted by Division 4, A." 0. H., and most creditably was It done. Tho parade that preceded the religious services at St. church, marLouis Bertrand's shaled by James McTighe, John J, Barry and. T, J. Langan, was large the and dlgnl'fie'd and imparted spirit of the occasion to the thousands that lined the streets along the route of march. The people of the city qulto genorally wore green in some form, and throughout Limerick many houses were and decorated with the Stars Stripes and, green banner of the Emerald Isle, tho harp and shammarchers had rock i After the traversed Oak, Seventh, Broadway indls-solubly Ber-trand- 's, -- H Hm BA3fcj;' v -' "illr iJIHr !wlHHHHHKInmnKl1 H BSn8NBaHBHTar mMJr , aaaByiiMHBBJ 'ww. w yaac wjp a ,8sww!KtmmrfjimmmBmemw!wmmaaaa&BaniMm Arfi t tfnBBnTrTB-IBBnrlliirfflB -- T HHPii iKf'f Hwlr BHIiiBBfflffilBiBwiWwB JflHBf a idHMI ,es&n The American people are now to realize tho truo charac-te- r of Francisco Villa and of tho other "saviors of humanity" below the Rio Grande, who have been so long reposing In tho good graces of come to this realization months ago, for the acts of tho bandits in tho Southern republic spoko for them selves. . No brutality, even of the most beastly nature, has been too base for these revolutionists to com- ng Washington. They should have Photograph Taken at the Silver Jubilee of the Ordination of Rev. George Weiss, Pat tor of St. George's Church. rick's church, wheio solemn high mass was sung by tho Very Rev. V. G., County James P. Cronin, Chaplain of the Hibernians, who presented an edifying sight as tho long lines of men and women approached tho altar to receive holy communion. Father Cronin heartily welcomed the Ancient Order to his Liquor Law Bill Now a. Continrcfirij ;. behalf of his neonle and ual Worry to the State himself. In ariefifiaentand lVrrso- -l Administration. yum u iui buuiiuu f alum wuuni glorious tribute to Ireland's great apostle and patron, from whose sainted life he drew many valuable lessons as much needed today by City Officials-Wil- l Onl? Accept Ireland's sons, in this day of rea Court Construction of ligious liberty, as in the old, stormy fli-'i days of persecution, when tho Irish iiinva race gave its best in defense of its most valued possession its Catholic faith. worthily cele- A Summary. of "A notable occasion the Vote- on Pro- brated," might fittingly epitomize WWf J of St. Pathibltidn Measures in Both Louisville's observance rick's day. Houses. over the Governor's veto It would n votes, more have taken than the prohibitionists could have been able to miister on any measure. In the Senate on a bill as referred to in the first Instance, one only with prohibition tendencies, ' tho vote would f have been twenty-tw- o Infusing the Mind of the One dry and sixteen wet. On the True Church Into Social e question the vote would have been twenty wet and eighteen Body. dry, losing on a straight vote in the upper body, the JGovornor's veto not being necessary.1 But in the event It did pass and ivas vetoed by Gov. IHnu's Place on Earth and His Stanley it,wdulg have taken twenty-Mission in All Human six votes to pass the bill over his .veto in other iwords, a practical Relations. slirnlfln.inpo of Inl possibility. .Tim this Is. Gradually dawning on some' allowed t of the Hou.qx. pien who themselyes to tjSJbuncoed at the Anyone Who WnntH Can Know recent session, antl the more they realize Kow they wen? imposed on All About the Catholic the the madder they get. Church. vFrank-fo- rt hurried trips to and from to appease their wrath. Ji" for the excuse that it was intended ME3LBEItSini OAMTAIGX. to punish Newport and Covington, Via lc AAnnMAw 4n rAn 6naiif(1 Trinity Council, Y. M. I., plans to SCIENCE HANDMAID SF RELIGION ffend,ns' -"V start a campaign for new members, iTHELIDUBRMENIMPOSEIUPIN1103' and this subject will be a special orwith the laws already on the statute der of business for next Monday HUTCHCRAFT sixty-seve- GOD NEEDS MEN State-wlfl- j i , and appreciate tho mind of the church, more than ever need to infuse it into the body social and politics. Knowledge is not enough; to It must bo added power, the power of parliamentary action nnd thorough organization. Again and again wo look to the American Federation of Catholic Societies to develop organized power to make the nation throb with tho hum of Christian ideals. Tolerance to weak human nature with all its "Isms," yes! Tolerance of materialism, socialism, feminism, secularism, paganism, never! know SENATOR TAGGART. -- ! a; TWBIHVMMHawiiMWMNiVK ltFXWrB nflT trand's, where elaborate ceremonies had been prepared by the pastor, the Rev. Father T. L. Crowley, O. P. Beautiful decorations adorned tho altars and the green vestments of the priests and white surpliced acolytes blended In with tho picture of the sanctuary with its flowlighted er decked and brilliantly altars. Tho sermon was preached by the Rev. Father Baxter, who eulogized St. Patrick, the priest, the apostle, tho saint and conqueror, and then spoke of Ireland, long and suffering, beautiful Erin, tho land of triumph, glory and sorrow; a people throwing off hato and enduring persecutions with a constancy unparalleled In tho history of the world. Following the church services the vast throng gathered in the school yard, where of John H. Hennossy, President Division 4, formally presented a beautiful silk American flag to the children of St. Louis Bertrand's school. Tho flag was run up and Wfl sharp. Chairman John Hennessy, of tho Literary Committee, announced at tho meeting Monday evening that the lecture to have .been, given by Rev. JFather O'Mahonoy noxt Monday ovenlng has been postponed to a later date. The Trinity ball team Is now In course of training and will, wractlco at Lutz Park tomorrow morning. Those desirous of making tho team are requested to bo present. It was also announced at the meeting Monday evening that the bowling alleys will bo started next week, four to be erected in tho basement, and promises are made that they will bo tho best equipped In the South. This featuro should prove popular at Trinity, many bowling devotees being members of the Council. vtejPjsg&iS Tillwiwwi!WBwrT.JVT'wLie',Banqtio's .i.--. .iAS accopted by Rev. Father Crowley, who delivered a most patriotic ad- dress. r Tho entertainment at night under the auspices of Division 4 was the most successful attempted here for years, standing room being at a premium at Bertrand Hall. County President William J. Connelly presided, and excellent numbers were rendered by Missas Aleen ZIx, Margaret Horan, Margaret Rcna Eckert and May mo Qoerlng, and Messrs. Thomas Lamer, John J. Flynn, Walter T. Barrett, James Curran, Jr., John M. Hennessy, Walter Pilson and Louis Hoffman, all of whom received hearty encores. Attorney J. J. Kavanagh was tho orator of tho evening and his words were frequently Interrupted by rounds of applause. In part he said: "This is a great day for Ireland. Her dream of 700 years seems about to bo realized. If you study tho crisis in Europe you will see that the destiny of Ireland is about to be realized through the efforts of Germany. Germany is knocking at the door of Ireland's nationhood. Germany Is fighting tho war of tho Gormany world's democracy. is throwing down tho challcngo to England's supremacy of the seas and saying to every wage serf, to every nation crushed by oppression, 'The hour Is come.' It has been stated that Ireland is loyal to England. I deny that statement. In tho name of 300,000 members of tho Ancient Order of Hibernians, in the namo of tho Catholic press and in the namo of tho American pross that is not subsidized by English money or controlled by Englishmen and Lord Northcllffo alone controls eighteen papers in America I say that Ireland is not loyal to England. Ireland is loyal to her own peoplo, Ireland Is loyal to 700 years of history, Ireland is loyal to truth and honor. For her to be loyal to England would "be to turn her back on 700 years of glorious history. You can not trade away Ireland's Integrity, national honor and 700 years of glorious history for the mm or pottage called home Cas-perso- n, IIMMBMMMMnMaaHHIBiBBMI LI Jl NEW SECRETARY OF WAR. Newton D. Baker, former Mayor apof Cleveland, Ohio, recently pointed by the President. l OAIIDIXAIj GIBBONS. His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons arrived in Now Orleans on Wednesday, on his annual visit to his brother, John T. Gibbons, and members of his family. Tho Cardinal was accompaniol by his secretary, Rev. Louts Donovan, who Is also an assistant priest at the Baltimore Cathedral. It was expected that he would arrive in New Orleans a week earlier, but it has been his custom for years to spend St. Joseph's day, March 19, with the old people at the Home of the Llttlo Sisters of the Poor in Baltimore, and this year ho would make no exception to this beautiful and thoughtful ruling. AND THEY WDLI NOT. The Guardians of. Liberty have not yet organied a company to go to Mexico, but the Pennsylvania Hibernians have offered two whole rule." Sunday morning the Ancient Or- regiments. Watch the secret patrider and Ladles' Auxiliary as a otic orders "duck" when "tramp, whole paid religious tribute to St tramp, tramp, the boys are maroh-Ijiff,- " ts heard. Patriek, their patron, at St. Pat- - ehost. that womtd In tho Senate not down, tne Hutchcraft liquor law the sessions meted out to was the Senator bill bobs up continuously before tho punishment ,Serg?.S.pee.r'. ?f P"k'ort. the State administration leaders, bower, by our Ing in conferences hero and confer-- Governor's right-han- d ences there, legal opinions of Attor--' own Senator Sam Robertson. Early noy Generals. City Attornevs and in the session Senator Speer took special attorneys being sought to It upon himself to oppose every ouisvme delegation make the law less obnoxloiin hut measuro ino for tests flying about the ears of Gov Stanley and othfr nr atnt clerical ne p ini;ouniy Auoriioy . ..VUw., wvvv ats T7til1I4-office, and introduc- Democratic leaders. During the time the bill was before the JBJ LV0S"1 J!?2 P L.r eral Assembly many of the original S? Stanley men throughout the State pany, this being aimed at Mayor openly Indorsed tho measuro, the But it's a long lano llnnnr mnn npm-i- .no . wv,ni ikw Buschemeyor, that has no turn, and when the i' !. .i WIU n int. v io nooo.,. ia iiuoaufev, UUU m0 UUUUtJI" latter rolled Journal and Times both told how around part of tho session by Senator Robertson, his much credit Gov. Stanloy deserved advantageous position on the Rules for supporting this measure, crying Committee, saw to It that Speer's "shame" on anyone who dared stifled In the it. Tho Haldoman organs pet measures weroSpeer raved and went still further, intimating that commltteo room. the passage of the bill here would stormed, calling on the Governor for divorce the saloonkeeper and liquor help, but all to no avail, and when tho senior men from politics and that tho tho Senate adjourned reDemocratic leaders, especially in Senator from this district had with this district, would bo separated paid tho Frankfort Senator from tho unholy alliance of liquor compound interest. politicians. The llttlo fry among MOURN HER DEATH. tho original Stanley contingent here chortled with gleo and were telling In the death of Mrs. Sarah ono anothor how the measuro would ombarass Mayor Buschomeyer and Straus, widow of Herman Straus, tho present city administration. But founder of tho largo Herman Straus lo, and behold, just as soon ns tho & Sons dopartment store, who was Mayor clamped down tho lid with called to her eternal reward early a vengeance nn awful howl wont Wednesday morning, Jewish circles up, first from tho llttlo fry. then and tho city lost a most devoted from the liquor men, and finally member, a true and lovable woman, d from tho and generous to a fault and of pleasing Times, both papers claiming that personality. Mrs. was Straus tho law was not meant to bo so stricken suddenly with appendicitis severe and that the Mayor and po- on St. Patrick's day and was taken lice should be more lenient. to St. Joseph's Infirmary, and to The Kentucky Irish American the shock of tho operation s athas contended throughout that tributed her death. The funeral, there was no necessity for the which was hold Thursday afternoon, liquor agitation or worry during the was largely attended and was a recent session and that the powers tender trlbuto to tho deceased. A that be, meaning tho State adminis- member of Adath Israel Temple and tration, could have put a quietus tho Sisterhood of Adath Israel, on that agitation whonever desired, Mrs. Straus took a deep Interest in nnd that the liquor men who church and charitablo work, making for the Hutchcraft bill wero no distinction because of race or only pulling political chestnuts out creed. Five children aro bereaved of the fire for aspiring politicians. by tho death of thoir mother. They If questioned as to their reasons for aro Eugene J. Straus, Secretary of supporting the measuro liquor lob- Herman Straus & Sons Company; byists will tell you that thdy only Bertram H. Straus, Treasurer for did this In as they had the firm; Albert I. Straus, a buyer; been told by tho administration Mrs. Walter I. Kohn, wife of the lenders that they would havd to Vico President, and Miss Lena accept tho Hutchcraft bill or worse, Straus, to whom is tendered tho meaning by tho latter the Greene sympathy of the community. bill. Now as a proof of tho contention mado all along In theso col- HEBREWS PRAISE CHAPLAIN. umns that there was no danger of o prohibition, If Gov. Stan Hebrew Veterans of tho war with ley was still loyal to tho liquor In- Spain have adopted these appropriterests, nnd by that loyalty ready ate resolutions on tho death of tho to veto any prohibition measure, Rev. W. H. I. Reaney, who was the following figures given by a highest ranking chaplain of the member of the Legislature to a rep- United States navy. Tho 'resoluresentative of this paper are con tions says that Father Reaney, as clusive. And to make it more forci chaplain of tho navy, "Instilled tho ble ho says that he is giving the men behind tho gun with the inwidest latitude possible to the dry fluence of his healing presenco: as men in fact giving every doubtful chaplain of tho United Spanish War vote In both houses. Veterans ho cheered the widows and In the Legislature the vote on a orphans of the country's departed bill that only Inclined to prohibi- defenders with his ministrations tion, like the county unit, for in- and succored them with his worldly goods; and as a faithful friend of stance, would have been sixty-fiv- e dry and thirty-fiv- e wet. In the this society he showed by dint of prohibi- precept and deed the folly pt erectsame body on a State-wid- e tion bill, without any strings tied ing the barriers of the hatred of race, and bigotry of creed among to it, the vote would have been dry and forty-fowet, or his fellows, making his life a symonly a majority of twelve. To pass phony of simplicity, service and any measure la the lower house sacrifice." ! V Wt7nHr cWft&Wi - Thomas H. Taggart, one of tho most prominent men of Indiana and the recognized leader of the Democratic party in that State, was this week named by Gov. Ralston as tho Senator successor of tho lato Shlvely, who died in Washington. Senator Taggart has had a remarkable career, and by integrity and industry has risen from a poor boy to a position of honor and Influence that extends over the entire country. Thomas Tagt ;v was beea- - in iaCeunty Monaamcltreuu.?tMtty-- . Xenia. Ohio, in 1861, where he at tended the Xenla schools and worked there for a railroad. Ho located in Indianapolis In 1877, taking employment In a restaurant at tho Union Station. He was elected County four Auditor in 1886 and years later. Ho served three terms as Mayor of Indianapolis, concluding his services in 1901. He was Chairman of the State Central Commltteo in 1892 and 1894. Ho has been National Committeeman since 1900, and was National Chairman in 1904. ed mit. They have burned and robbed and ravaged In tho most savago they fashion, havo destroyed churches through mero malice, havo murdered priests and treated nuns in the most shameful manner. Thoy have slain In cold blood men of our own nation. To all of which we havo silently and smilingly ac quiesced; indeed more than that. we have actually connived In theso damnable- undertakings. Tho llttlo excursion to Columbus, Now Mexico, awakened us to some degree at least from our beautiful day dream In regard to Mexico. The attack on the town, tho murder of American citizens, showed us that "watchful waiting" had been in vain. Tho men whom wo havo been peacefully allowing to run wild in that country havo precipitated us into what may become a 'dangerous and long drawn war. Not content with killing men and women of their own nationality or of those of American and other citizenship living in their country, they have carried their bloody deeds Into our land. We havo cried out with pain and alarm and passionate indignation at this brutal set of d his mea. ' Villa It J interesting to recall in this - Peter E. DIetz, can know all about the church. She has spoken her mind plainly. Tho libraries of the world aro full of her records and her living word solicits tho audi- ffEP?0: t "?"" . rr i op-po- so Courler-Journa- lob-bl- ed self-defens- e, J Stato-wld- flf-ty-s- br ur vanity in human nature and it has a strong penchant to frivolity; thero is also much earnestness In man and sincero ambition to with God in redeeming tho human race. Earnest men never find tho church wanting. They ask questions of the church and the church answers their questions. These questions pertain to man's placo on earth and his mission in all human Tho church answers relations. them all without equivocation. Some bjiv tho church is too ready to an swer questions and too summary in her answers, and the while they say so they have ono or both eyes on everything except tho church. i Physical and social science read-- 1 many questions, but God lly talk to have mercy upon tho men that de-- 1 pend conclusively on their partial Catholics shall not and be classed among them. They have tho fullness nnd surety of truth. It Is a wonderful graco and tho sweetTo ness of It is overpowering. procreate the human race and to provide for its needs are the Iwo great normal functions of society. The church has very definlto views as to preparation for marriage, conduct in marriage, the rearing of children and tho provision of a living wage. Why do not all who in voke the Christian namo rally to tne stamlard of theso positive, true and unchangeable views? Socialism Is tho blatant spokesman of materialism; eugenlBiu adeven vocates lnhumnn, aye, law; violence of nature's feminism is an alternating current, progress; secularism reversing would extinguish every star in tho skies; Protestantism has mado religion a reproach; economics leads the procession of tho golden calf worshipers. Tho lust of tho eyes, the lust of the flesh and tho pride of life, have made and kept men Ignorant, weak and not at all Godlike. Why In all tho world should Catholics sharo their ignorance, Ever lust, lucre and damnation? and anon are Catholics called upon to meei me issues oi mo wuriu, mo flesh and tho devil. When will the American atmosphere bo cleared of the contamination reeking from tho filth of and Must we wade everlastingly up to our souls Into their mlasmlc mires? Why always of give our enemies tho cholco weapons? Lot us fling our challenge first, raise our minds to tho God of the high heavers, shout louder than they, fight more bravely, and die, if we must, on Christian soil hallowed with tho blood of martyrs. Martyrs! With unspeakable tenderness tho holy church clasps untold millions of them to her bosom martyrs of truth, of faith, of virtue! With the g Chrisred martyr blood of tian eugenic selection In our veins, how great is not our contempt of lickthe preaching spittle "safety first" whenever his hide, family ambitions and economic prospects are at stake? Those who J I hunence of a universe. Several dred millions of men read her doctrine, listen to her voice and profess to lead her life. There is much half-truth- s. ! anti-Christi- s? age-lon- calf-braine- d, loose-jplnte- d, sham-Catholi- c, ago tMe slame'VTn niva and commendation from a eertalf "patriotic" portion of our citizen ship for his actions in Mexico actions of a similar, character to those which are now arousing tho people. of our "Alamo hatred Court, Guardians of Liberty of Texas," was the noble body which wrote to the notorious bandit. This organization "desires to express to you, nnd other patriotic Mexicans," they said, "our hearty approval or your actions and tho great good and service you havo and aro rendering your peoplo and tho country. Wo would especially commend your ac tions In ridding your country of tho basest of human vultures, tho CathWhenovor women olic piiesthood. are forced to secretly confess to a man who has never married and who knows nothing of the sacred-nes- s of woman and of home, it is but natural for Immorality to exist, and until this practlco Is stopped It Is impossible to raiso up a liberty loving, intelligent, patriotic, moral generation. Again assuring you or our appreciation of your invaluable worth to your country, and trusting that you may contlnuo your good work until tho peoplo of your country aro freed from tho root of tho trouble, tho Roman Catholic church, in tho language of tho patriot, we exclaim, 'Viva Mexico by Villa.' " In' replying to this most affectlonato communication Villa expressed his "sincere thanks and very great pleasuro" to tho "honorablo society," and wished that "this honorablo society contlnuo progressing every day for the welfare of huBoth manity and of civilization." letters were published In tho Liberator of October 22, 1914, an paper of Magnolia, Ark., and wore reproduced tho following week in a press bulletin by the Central Bureau of tho Central Veroln. BRIG. GEN. PERSHING. They are deserving of further pubof tho expedi- lication now, In view of tho recent Placed In command tion to capture Villa, tho Mexican developments In tho Mexican situabandit. tion. BEQUEST FOR CHARITY. What aro wo to really think of these "patriots" who havo been goAfter disposing of personal ing abroad in the land for tho last C. few years, deunounclng tho loyalty to her relatives, Helen proSmith, by her will admitted to of any one who disagreed with their bate in, tho County Court on Tues- narrow and perverted Ideas? It acres of seems that tho housos In which they day, leaves ninety-fou- r land In Bullitt county, near llvo are perilously near ti being to tho Bishop of tho built of a substanco which forbids Louisville diocese for the purpose tho throwing of stones. Tho bloody of tho establishment of an Indus- tactics which they encouraged in trial school for poor and neglected Mexico are now being used against boys. Tho testatrix asserts that if ourselves, tho hated "grlngoes." Tho tho Bishop deems this project not men whom they have lovingly advisable that ho uso It for some saluted aro turning their bloodother charitable Institution. Should stained weapons against our people, he deem It best not to establish 'any against our women and children, Institution on tho farm, the testa- weary of tho murder and trix directs that it bo sold and the of the women and children of proceeds divided between tho Little their own country. In awakening Sisters of tho Poor conducting the to the realization of what Villa and Homo for Aged People and tho Sis- Carranza and tho other notables of ters of tho Good Shepherd. Tho the revolution really are, it is time farm is valuod at about $4,000. The that tho American nation come to Fidelity & Columbia Trust Company realize the character of theso orwas appointed administrator of the ganizations with similar ideals exestate with the will annexed. Tho isting within our own boundaries. Instrument is dated May 29, 1915. Otherwise wo aro likely some day to discovor as great a trouble upon MEN'S SOCIETY MASS. us from their machinations and false teachings as the men of Sunday morning at St. Helen's-churc- Mexico have brought to us at Rey. John B. Peifer the C. B. of C. V. hour. sang the solemn high mass in honor anniversary of the St. Joof the TOOK HEAVY TOLL. seph's Men's Society of that congregation. There was a full turnout Duringthe year 1915 there were and the members made their Easter over 84,000 deaths In the United communion. States from pneumonia. antl-Catho- llc Shep-herdsvil- le, h rasjf i 'JMiiam MaaweAAjlir the-prese- nt jKiisrareroKrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. EVERY SATURDAY. liTstes ie tkc Secla! sad Meral idraseeaentat of Irlsk Aaerlcma and Caflrellce OfsclaUy Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians, Young Men's Institute and Catholic Knights ot America. 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Postal employes have been endeavoring for years to secure this needed change, which every member of Congress should bo willing to grant. . $1-0- xiEjasKgiaassEta tlvo R Gentlemen: As one of your original subscribers, and having rend all previous issues of tho Kentucky Irish American, I con not refrain from you on your SU Patrick's day edition tills year. Tho interesting reading matter and Irish historical articles could not bo Improved upon. With best wishes nnd futuro success to tho journal that has done so much to advanco tho CAUMS 0 50-in- All-wo- CO-In- ol 54-in- ch All-wo- y X5i JTjjjJCl'y?JJ'?'f!ir?i'-- i gl V iij mm LA " I AFTER VILLA. g M WHAT TO DO NEXT, THE GREAT QUESTION DECIDE. FOR CARRANZA TO SPRING DRESS COTTONS Liberty Satin Stripe Voile; 40 inches wide; in $1.25 delicate colorings. Per yard Medici do Sole; in white with woven stripes in blue, green, wistaria, lavender or black. Yard 00c wide; priced Voile; in group effects; White Corded 25c width. Por yard Oxford Skirting with small dainty figures; O0c width. Priced, per yard White Pique; embroidered in small dots and figures; largo assortment; various qualities; 85c, $2.00 $1.00, ?1.25, $1.50 and Chiffon Lisse; In white, gray or black ground 05c with stripes In colors. Yard wldo; prided 38-in- H tJ OI J W irc-iiii- ,...! nvwl ". muw 111... 1J - ligion, I rcinain, Sincere miuts. James W. Dougherty. Cincinnati, Ohio. g msssssssssssssrsssssxsmmsi 3H3XICO. from Mexico .received Advices Thursday loft little room for doubt that Mexican affairs had reached a and point fraught with for perhaps serious consoquences this country. Reports stated that all Northern Mexico was seething with open rebellion against tho Government and that large forces were deserting Carranza nnd aligning themselves with the bandit Villa. While tho position of the American troops that have crossed the border remains perilous, Washington still pursues its policy . of waiting nnd watching. Tho Mexicans are granted further tlmo by tho fact that our Government awaits tho approval of Carranza of the of the American expeditionary forces. The position of the United States troops on Mexican soil are more serious than are just now admitted. de-fac- to ns SHAKE HANDS! The Catholic Columbian hopes that tho Irish of different parties will not sorry antagonize each nmo. They who do not agreo with tho Now York convention, lately held in tho Astor House, should applaud tho dignified polso maintained in its procedures. Grave, venerable and thoughtful friends of Ireland were there to sincerely discuss affairs of great pitch and moment. If In paper one Irishman believes Tmllets and the other In leaden, let them shako hands and accredit mutual good intentions and use all kinds of weapons against tho common enemy of Ireland and of America slick, diplomatic, dishonest and cruel England. Tho dally papers have a hard tlmo following developments In tho Mexi- C83aaC8C8aC83SSS33SS?0 can crisis. When the first reports were flashed throughput tho country It was supposed that capture of Villa was a matter of hours. Then it became a matter of days, and Anally John F. Oetken has been In Lextho censorship cnt off all definite ington this week on a business trip. Information. Wo aro loft to guess Frank Ryan, of Baltimore, lias what is happening on tho border. been hero this past week on a visit Gen. Funston is right in making to friends. adequate preparation for serious Miss Ella Glenn visited at Long work. The invasion of Mexico will Run last week, the guest of Miss picnic. bo no Sunday-schoWo Mollle Harris. want Villa; but to got him we will William Shelley, tho racing offhave to fight all Mexico. ' icial, is homo from Juarez, after a stay. Catholic parents having children four monthB' not attending tho parochial schools Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thiemann, for three should soo that their charges receive who were in Florida the Sunday Instructions. Thus they weeks, arrived homo on Monday. will prepare for their first holy Miss Blanche Keenan has recommunion. turned from a two months' visit to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Foley in Chicago. Tho rioting in Ireland only vindiof Clifton, Miss Agnes cates tho statements made by Hiber- was a recent Broderick, Wakefield, visitor at nians and other Irish leaders that tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ireland Is not loyal to England and will not furnish recruits for Its Col. P. II. Callahan and son, Jack oppressor's war. Callahan, returned Sunday from Florida, where thoy spent several In this fast ago too many people weeks. are spending their money beforo most; Miss they have earned it. These aro pleasant Agnes Edelen spent a week at Vine Groyo ne usually the ones who complain most" guest of j.' c. frs. Whelan. about the high cost of Ilvlngi SOCIETY. toesss3SSssssasseo ol the American and Irish flags. Tho refreshment table had a centerpiece of ferns and the confections and Icos carried out tho color scheme Their guests were Misses Ruby Hoke, Mabel Parsons, Ethel Murphy, Ruth Mary R. Cottrell, Morlarity, Mildred Higglns, Mary Ross, EthjJ Torpoy, Nell Fitzglb-boMary Victor Collins, Maud Shuck and Mary Mathls: Messrs. Henry Glover, Brooks Randell, Nor man Murphy, Jack Howe, Cal Miles, Alvln Klnkor, William Collins, Francis Fltzglbbon, Kelly Young, Dan Moriarty, Georgo Fltzglbbon, John Johnson. Sam Cain, Harry Stoll and C. Burke. 32-in- ch n, Corduroy Pique; in colors, such as coral, green, cadet, etc.; yard wide; priced 05c Amazon Corduroy; exqulslto quality; 32 inches wldo; In all the now colors; per yard $1.50 English Golf Cord; In white and saffron; width; per yard $1.25 Embroidered Organdies; white with figures embroidered in colors; exquisitely sheer in quality; width. Priced $2.85 Other Embroidered Swiss at various prices; per yard, 35c, 45c, 50c to 85c White Gaberdine with black stripes; extremo novelty for fashionable skirts; width; yard 05c 32-ln- ch 45-ln42-in- ch SPRING DRESS SILKS Striped Satin and Taffeta aro highly favored for street wear. Hiey aro shown in plain effects, e novelties and chameleon combinations. ah nro finntdndlv exclusive and ono yard wldo. $5.50 Prices f2.00, J2.G0, ? 3.00 up to Extensive varloty of Plain and Glaco Chiffon widths. All fashionable Taffeta: 3G and shades aro included in tho showing; ?1.59, $2.00 two-ton40-ln- Mannish Suiting Silks, showing many designs in plaids, checks and stripes, developed in gray, gun-met- al KNIGHTS OP Lato MLHIBIS Jnterest I News That Will Members Here and n Tl rl UM r... . ,. u- -" Ji-- yard wide; $3.50 For the fashionable dresses and blouses which require sheer, gauze-llk- o silk, wo have provided an unusual variety of Indestructible Voile, Chiffon Crepe, Georgetto and Lunetto In shatl5JfJf-nletiiy imuoi uuiui Prlrnri oT$1.75, $2.00 and $2.50 priced and triple shotweaves; iX'UJ!Ji,"iA &P&t&vivv9!'!ViZ are twenty candidates There awaiting initiation at Hayward, Col. Union Council of Syracuso had spiuuum man nigni in nonor, "f St.- Patrick. Collins Is Ttftf-S- V Peter the coast, whorjJa ,ecturea are being heard-immenso audiences. Dr. Berrrd O'Connor, of this "dressed the Knights at zi 11icwown at their meeting Tues-d2- y .light. With the reecnt initiation of forty-fiv- e candidates the council at Pendleton becomes ono of the larg est in Oregon. The Knights of New Lexington, Ohio, had a splendid colebratlon in honor Of St. Patrick. Rev. M. P. O'Sulllvan was the orator, his subject being "Ireland and Its History." At the dinner tendered Supreme Knight Flaherty in Union College gymnasium at Schnectady, Judge Cunningham, of tho New York Court of Claims, was ono of tho speakers. Former Congressman James M. Graham, of Illinois, one of tho most gifted orators in the order, has accepted the Invitation extended him to be present at tho Discovery day banquet in Indianapolis next Octo-Pa-cif- 8xJh$hS$S&SSh&ss.. Pmi'o imtt 1 RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Headers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find In these colums. Wc aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVILLE AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS K7HLICII ENGRAVING COMl'AM" ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPER8 Louisville, Ky IS6 W. Main St., Homo Phone City 6674 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY BY & lc j Mr'tf .- Confirmation Suits Now is THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED 00. Distillers Ot OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE Louisville, Ky ottrldijJs A hand Ing the residents. Hlggins, of Mobile, ar a busi hero It li serMfisC rived trip Tuesday night on Varnish ness for tho Louisville organ M. ,alter the time and Levy's is the place to get them Gompany. Today is the Feast of the AnJames B. Brown, President of the was in of Virgin Bank City Commerce, on business New of the Blessed nunciation and last week York Mary. looking over tho financial situation. An honorable man's word is as Mr. and Mrs. James Cummins, good as his bond, and God hates a South Third street, had as their guests the past week Mr. and Mrs. Hair. Charles Cummins and children, of Corbin. SENATOR RESIGNS. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. McDer-mo- tt returned Monday from a trip Hon. Samuel L. Robortson, State to New York City, whero they visdisSenator from the Thirty-eight- h of tho Eighth, ited their daughter, who is attendtrict, composed Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth ing school there. wards of this city, mailed his resigThey nro now calling Councilman nation to Gov. Stanley on Tuesday. Senator Robertson has entered upon Jorome King "Grandpop" on account his duties as Auditor's Agent for of the arrival ot a little baby boy at Jefferson county. Should an extra tho home ot Jerome King, Jr., last session of the Legislature be called Sunday morning. it is probable that the Governor will order an election to name his Mayor and Mrs. Buschemeyer and successor. Col. and Mrs. James P. Whallen left Sunday on a visit to Hot Springs, GOLDEN PRIESTLY JUBILEE. Ark., whero they expect to remain about two weeks. On May 1C Rev. Bernard Hllle- brand, of Covington, who Is eighty-fiv- e Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Duffy, of years of age, will celebrate his 1048 Cherokeo road, have returned golden priestly jubilee. Father from a six weeks' trip from Hot HUlebrand is chaplain of Villa Ma- Springs, New Orleans, Birmingham donna Aacdemy, whero the jubilee and other Southern cities. celebration will bo held. The ven "Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ryan, erable priest Is revered as a father by the orphans of tho Covington dio- South Louisville, have returned cese, especially by tho children of from Bowling Green, where thoy weeks visiting Mrs. St. John's Asylum, where ho was spent two Ryan's mother, Mrs. Fowlor. chaplain a number of years. ber. imrnsir-AMJiRioAx- s absent. press is decidedly The opposed to hyphenated Americans of any kind bocauso British-America- n pro-Engli- sh heroes are conspicuously absent in tho pages of our country's history. A visitor to Statuary Hall In Washington remarked that he saw statues of Gen. Custer, Sheridan, Rosecans, Grant, Sherman, Steuben, Lafayette, Rochambeau, Pulaski, etc., men of Irish, German; French and Polish birth, and added, "I find statues of Many friends paid their last WM. ISGRIGG trlbuto of affection to the memory American soldiers who were hyphenof Miss Lllllo M. Ross, daughter of SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR ates, but a man would grow exMrs. Mary E. Ross, 3222 West tremely weary pacing up and down 4105 Henry Street Chestnut street, at tho Church of tho country looking for a statue Miss Edith Callahan, who Is at- Our Lady on Thursday morning, Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-which commemorates tho services to BLACKLISTS JEFFERSONVILLE. tending school In Now York, will when Rev. Father Connlff sane the Vequlem mass. Miss Ross was tho United States ot a single per- arrive homo next week to speml the twenty-nin- o A certain Miss Mary F. years old, and her young gentleman friend spring vacation with her parents, work as a teacher in tho nubile suaded a 0. Q. STIGLITZ & SONS last Sunday afternoon to take her Col. and Mrs. P. H. Callahan. schools was appreciated and atover to Jeffersonvllle, never having MANUFACTURERS tested by tho attendance of coASSISTING CARRANZA. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wathen and workers and former pupils. seen the sights In our sister city. and son. Condon Mrs. Richard Hardly had they The Catholic Columbian and others ferry boat when alighted from the Master Richard Condon, who have Louisville Made Furnaces thoy woie ac Tho remains of Mrs. Mary A. All theUte tv of our exchanges are asking why is costed by a matrimonial runner. been spending tho winter at Miami, Boyle, a former highly esteemed can be found arn at ri"-nabl- sandShapM 2 S. Ninth St. price. America sending an army to Mexico? who wanted to know If they didn't Fla.. will return the first week In resident of this city, who died Home Phone City 2542 Saturday at tho homo of her son, Why does sho not refor tho crimes want to get married. Result being April. on the part of tho much William Boyle, at Galveston. Texas. "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone'. of Villa to tho Mexlacn Government young confusion lady especially. This occurred Mrs. William J. Mandlohr and arrived home Wednesday, that should preserve order and moro than once, both finally becom- daughter, Miss Virginia, have re- funeral was held Thursday and the Oar Special morning $3.00 Spray peace in Mexico? Carranza' was ing as mad as Fury, so they say, turned to their home hero after a irom the chapel of tho Sacred Heart LADIES, AVOID THE RUSH and now, like the old closing lines delightful visit with her parents, Homo on College street. Besides Our Special $5.00 Wreath recogntzed as Mexico's ruler; why In tho old Bowery song, "They Mr. nnd Mrs. Jerry Brlslan, at her son Mrs. Boylo leaves three Bilng your last year's hat to shouV. not America bo consistent won't go there any more." Frankfort. daughters, Sister Angela, of tho The largest values in Funeus early and savo money by and continue her recognition In deof Mercy; Miss None Boyle and ral Flowers ever offered in having it reblocked in the newFORTY HOURS. Loulivlile, manding tho results of his rule?' Dr. William Brown Doherty, who Mrs. William Fallis, of Livingston, est shapo. Dr. Ky. was the guest of his father, For prompt delivery call ?23 In sending an army after some For tho first three days of tho William B. Doherty, returned SaturWo Have Forty Now Shapes To both phones. Mexican murderers, America is really coming week the people of St. day to Now York City to resume his Deep sympathy is extended to Select From helping Carranza at tho expense of James congregation will bo given duties as tresldent surgeon at tho the aged mother and brother and Our method ot reblocklng, an opportunity to attend tho adora- Now York Eye and Ear Infirmary'. sisters of William P. Bourko, American blood and treasure, for tion of the Blessed Sacrament, the cleaning and dyeing has proven whose funeral was held Sunday dnly God knows when things will occasion being tho Forty a great success. Our forty years Hour from St. Philip Neil Miss Margaret Norton and Frank afternoon of business is our guarantee end. A guerilla warfare in Mexi- prayer services. Tho devotions will P. Leonard were quietly married at church. The deceased muuntu an was forWhen you bring your hat to Ticmmsna on merly a member ot tho flro departcan mountains can be interminable open wtlh high mass and sermon St. Louis Bertrand's church us you aro bringing it to a tomorrow morning and continue the OQO fourth Avenue LoutrvlBf, is also within tho range of pos- following two days. Rev. Father Monday morning at 7 o'clock, Very ment, where he left an excellent It Loulsvlllo concern and you reHo wn3 unmarled record. Rev. Father Crowley sibility that our movo may bo tho Wlllett. the pastor, will be assisted ceremony. The hrldoperforming tho sided with his mother, Mrs. and will get tho best attention. Bridget Flowers telegraphed everywhere." Is a daughter reason of Villa's promotion to by a number of priests from our of Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Norton, ana Dourke, at 1413 South Preston Our Prices 75c and $1 Besides his mothor he is Friday as a St. Patrick's day exn RiRtor-nsiiRS Lioroinv Norton. street. power on the ruins of Carrauza's city churches. I survived by one brother, John hibit. Tho eroom was formerly Supreme Tho flag, the property of loss of authority; for doubtless he ADDRESS TO MEMBERS. oi mo .no. 3 President of r the catholic Knignts uourKe,otlfl olv fitctnrto engine uom- - ' Capt. John A. Geary, was made by Falls City Straw Works "VTru f mnu. finnv A..nvlMa nnrl will shout "down with tho Invader I" Han.ira T.JI.. Doputy Grand 7JR West Jefferson Street & war cry that has moro than Cassilly will lecture Knight John P Treasurer of the Marouetto Fire In- - Ooettel. Mrs. Dan Pulford. Mrs. I. tho Irlsh women of Lexington, and to the members euranco Company in Chicago, whero Thomas Bullen, Mrs. Al Meeker, J""" Jpresented to Capt. Geary ;at the North Sldo once changed the aspect of a na of the Knights of Columbus b,K Ir8a picnic and rally held at next iiiov wont. lmniPfHatPlv fnllowinir Mrs. Michael Cassin and Mrs. Clay's woods, near that city, in 1866 tion's Affair. Wednesday evening, his subject be the ceremony. During his stay hero Georgo Wagner. Capt. Geary was then organizing a ing "The Duties of tho Officers and Mr. Leonard was the guest of Dr. force of Bluegrass Irishmen to join STILL RANKS FIRST. LEXINGTON. Committees of the Council and the and Mrs. C. A. Edelen. GOOD BILL. in the Fenian movement, and soon Obligations of the Members." The flag wfcleh afterward proceeded North with hs With the end ot the intercollegi are being annual retreat of the members will f. lIZirinilTlTl Members of Congress MIOUR !' H Xmi I The original Featen pniortaincxi Tivifiav was carried in the invasion of Can-- : men, and crossing the United States ate shooting Cjtest near at hand, ruim appealed to by popl la "all Motions he given in St. Louis Bertrand.'s church beginning Wednesday. April St. Pat- - d fifty years ao yw displayed la border, took part in the attack on Notre Dame's vine team still ranks a of the country to Ki thstr support 6, and concluding Passion Sunday, evening withand delightfulTbe house the shew window of a Lexington the British troops who were mobll-Apr- il first among the thirteen other col danoe. rick's party ' was tastefully decorated with both business bouse on Main street last Islns; at Rldgeway, Canada. leagues. to the bill Introduced by Representa- 9. 2S25 West Wnlnut tICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY RECENT DEATHS. Death has removed from St. Home Phono Shawnee 1986 Peter's church another of Us most devoted members, Mrs. Bernadlne ARTHUR A. WILL Wessels, 2012 Garland avenue. Sur viving her are five daughters, Third and Market. Misses Frances, Elizabeth, Louisa and Kathorino Wessels and Sister Melanrla, a nun. The funeral took 2431 Montgomery Street place Monday morning, Rev. Edmund Kaiser celebrating the sol- THE Home Phone Shawnee 1010 BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT emn requiem mass. Joseph Scott has just won his third suit against the Los Angeles Times Company, tho judgments In his favor totalling $68,500. This should teach Gen. Otis, who is tho enemy of labor and decency, an object lesson. The "Confirmation Suit" is a specialty in this store we have studied for fifty-fiv- e years how to give you the best and most for your money. They are beautifully made of the best fabrics obtainable pleasingly styled and carefully tailored; with Knickerbocker knee pants or lone pants. They are positively the best that can be made at their respective prices. $4.00 and upwards. ICE CREAM 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON "The Placo Where All Rcndy for Your Griddle in the Made to Look Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE SPALDING DRY LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. PHONICS (Incorporated.) Old Clothes Ar Like New." CLEANING 1887. CO JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER WAGON OR VAN R. JEUNESSE BUILDING CONTRACTOR Street LEVY'S 810 YORK STREET Phono South 1753 THOS. Louisville, Ky. J. BRODERICK 4392-- J BUILDER PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGB Home Phone City 1000 Zane Street SEE P00LEY FOR Room CONFIDENTIAL MONEY RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY al L. v Courier-JournBuilding 415 Fourth Street Thos. H. Kennedy Louis D. Coady 1, KENNEDY-COAD- Y CO. Incorporated MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Homo Phone, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. ii a-- w o 210-22- Sis-to- rs JmMM -- lo MULLOY'S COFFEE If you want a delicious, sive coffee, Is tbe best coffee value offered. inexpen- r 0 TRY OU- R- ..- -.I NEW BLEND 65G 2 1.2 Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend. 10c in I Ac-na- JOHN M. MULLOY, m 212 West Market. J .KisroaMJOBrsr istzstxx 44M.HiKMWa"l'l4llH'-l''l'W''ll'l'frH"M- jjsljsxcji T Bacon a son1 j We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. ' HIBERNIAN FLAG PRESENTATION. IMIMMM'MMMiMMMaMM4 HERMAN STRAUS rOURTH AVEKUf SONS (gJ MARKET STREET mcOGPOVAreo TIME NOW TO BUY YOUR J Rugs and Draperies Buy lhem On Our Household Club Plan. In a big variety of Quaker Craft Lace Much used for making curtains; it attractive spring patterns; cretonne is much used for is very lacy in appearance draperies and coverings; regand is made in dainty dc- ular 25c quality; price, per signs; the beauty of these 18c yard laces will withstand many laundcrings; an excellent Axminster Rugs Made of the value, at, per yard . . . ,50c best quality Axminster in a beautiful line of new spring Marquisette A fine double- thread mercerized Marqui- patterns; size 9x12 feet; sette, witn nemstitcncu price $27.50 edges; regularly worth 25c; Axminster Rugs In. an endless on sale at, per yard . . . .18c variety or new spring pat- Nottingham Lace Curtains terns; extra large size, being jnadc with double and 11.3 by 12 feet; a regular twisted thread and lockstitch $32.00 Rug; special for this edgo; they aro 3 and 3& sale $25.00 yards long and worth rcgu- Axminster Rugs The best larly $1.50; price, per quality Axminster in very atpair $1.25 tractive patterns; size 84 by Lace Curtains Made in the 12 feet ; regular price, $25.00 ; cable-ne- t weave and are 3 special price, each . . . .$19.50 and 3V- yards long; they aro a splendid curtain at the spe- T Axminster Hearth Rugs In a cial price, per pair . . . .$2.50 variety of beautiful small designs; size 27x54 inches; reg- Velton Cloth A beautiful new ular $2.00 quality; on sale at, cloth for drapery purposes; each $1.69 very stylish effects in soft, ricli colorings; 36 inches o A new floor covering wide and worth $1.00 ; special any printed that will outwear 69c price, per yard linoleum; it is made better Axminster Rugs Oriental and and heavier than printed floral designs, soft, rich col- linoleum ; worth regularly orings; size 9x12 feet; 50c ; special price, per square $21.50 price 39c yard Cretonnes HP jsKiPPfB 1k;vVj " r WrBB Vmmm VVmSI HIUUUIIIUIIMIIIIIiilllllllll!IIIIIUIllHIIIIIIUIIIIIIIllilUt((llri a 4; t Bad arches, bunions, corns and such foot troubles are not hereditary. The babe's foot is free of all such blemishes. . It is the shoes worn through the growing period that bring about these things. the BUSTER BROWN way J t t f ! '. the WRONG WAV Very Rev. Father Crowley Receiving Old Glory From President J H. Hennessy, St. Patrick's Day Gift of Division 4, A. O. H., to St. Louis Bertrand School. TWIN C1TV LEAGUE. X ;; '.'. - Pro-Lin- Lehanc, a native of Cork, Ireland, who is billed to speak in a llttlo A. O. H. church at Oakdale, Is a leader in international labor union circles. He DIVISION 1. may be a Socialist all right, but as a labor leader ho Is unknown, anu Meets Fourth Thursday, Liederkranz reputation Hall, Sixth and Walnut. that ho has a nation-wid- e Is a joke. Men of this stamp do not Harold Beutel, William and President Mark Ryan. represent union labor, and only tho Bernard Schulto. Vice President W. L. Cushing. IJiOCSPORATED AL. S. SMITH, PROP. gullible will pay to hear them. Recording Secretary Daniel Mca. THEY ARE BUSY. Carthy. GREAT FEAST. Secretary Financial Edwan' These are busy days for tho Clancy. of tho Sacred Pusslonist fathers Although It Is not a holy day of Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Heart Monastery on the Nowburg obligation In this country, the Feast Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English. road. Last Sunday the Rev. Father BOTH PHONES 810. of tho Annunciation of tho Blessed Tim Lyons. Sentinel Kv rJHfWC BEulth'WMMKsW Alphonsus opened a two weeks' f Vircin Mary, which falls on this mission at Dayton, Ohio. Rev. one of the day, must bo considered DIVISION 3. Father Edwin has been conducting very greatest of feasts; since it was Wyoming, when the Immaculate Virgin said to First and Third Monday at Hiber- a mission atwill go to Ohio, and Versailles. from there 0 j tho Angel Gabriel: "Behold the nian Homo, Portland. l?4 The Rev. Father Cyril Is in Wishandmaid of the Lord bo It done President Lawrence J. Mackey. consin, giving missions aud retreats unto me according to thy word," Vice President John J. Riley. that will not end until Easter. fcVVVvVVVVVViVVVVkVVVWVVVVWVVVV that the incarnation took place, that Secretary Financial John J. was mado man. God llesslon, Jr. HOME PHONE 88 IJOLEMAN RECEIVES MEDAL. CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y , Recording Secretary Matthow GUAIIDIANS MUST MOVE. Conductor John Boleman, of West O'Brien. Broadway, was among tho number Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. ChiTho Guardians of Liberty in Sergeant-at-Arm- s who wero awarded bronze medals M. Knlaher. cago have been promoting tho lecfor continuous servico of twenty-fiv- e Sentinel Thomas Noon. Slattory, and in tures or yeais or more by tho Southern their advei Using stated that tickets n railroad last Wednesday, Mr. DIVISION 1. could bo purchased in their headhaving been in tho employ of quarters in tho Y. M. C. A. build- Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, that company for tho past thirty ing. The V. M. C. A. directors, not Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. yeais, beginning in 188C. relishing tho notoriety it was rePresident John H. Hennessy. bree-f:. ceiving from their undesirable tenRACK YARD GARDENING. Vice Presldont Thomas Lynch. the Guardians to ants, notified Financial Secretary Thomas J. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE move. Now watch for a howl from Langan. Tho Shelby Democratic Club has the Menace. d Recording Secretary James S. arranged for a lecture on if ttTi Jt. TTTrTrTTi'TTTiT " McTlghe. gardening, to take placo at the club DAY VISITORS. PATRICK'S Treasurer Pat Connelly. hall, Shelby and Roselano streets, Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Agrion Friday, April 7, County Pago, John Sharp Sergeant-at-Arm- s Senators Kein, Edward Byrne. cultural Agent M. E. Merriam to deSATISFIES THAT LONGING. Johnson, Poindoxter, Williams, liver the address. Tho club is noted Sterling. Smith, Hollis and ThompY. M. I. for taking tho initiative etep in civic son and a number of Congressmen movements. A good attendance is 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, were visitors at Notro Damo on St. MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. expected to attend this lecture. Patrick's day. Tho Senators and INCORPORATED fr Repreesntatlves had come to South Meets Monday Evenings at Club LOUISVILLE, KY, PHONE CITY 859. SenTwenty-sixtTUESDAY. House, 344 North SERMONS ON Bend to attend the funeral of ator Shlvely and visited Notro Presldont S. O. Hubbuch. h St. Charles church, Dame, where they weie entertained M. First Vice President F. Home Phone 1913 and Chestnut, Is thronged ev- Cumb. Phone West 191 by members of tho faculty. Schaad. IHOKJSJS. with people the; Second Vice President R. L. ery Tuesday night i. eager to hear tho Rev. Father ajb VIUlUUi U1U1U onnfi CJU Homo City 200S ::' BUILDING COMMITTEE. Schecklor. this year Rnffo, who Is Financial Secretary, F. G. AdamB. preaching a seriesagainpowerful and sffTt f . . of Bishop Brossait has Right Rev. Recording Secrotary G. convincing Lenten sermons. W. Building Buckle. a Diocesan established Covington dioCommittee for the Treasurer G. J. Thornton. IMCORrOKATLD FIRE HITS HARD. cese, who will consider and pass on Marshal Theo. Buckle. Com-Cel-S- ar exnil ecclesiastical buildings which Inside Sentinel James Radlgan By the terrlblo conflagration that ceed ?D00 in cost. It is composed Outside Sentinel H. Pfoicer. visited Nashville, Tenii., on Wednesof Very Rev. Joseph Flynn, Vicar Funeral Directors day COO residences wero destroyed General; Rev. I. F. Ahmann, Dean The Great Stomach, Kidney ALL PAID FOR. Herbort and 5,000 people rendoied homeof Covington, and Rev. Important buildings Many less. Embalmers. HUlenmeyer, Chancellor of the dioRenowned for purity, strength, excellent Ha wo Liver and Archbishop Glennon, of St. Louis, were burned down, among them bt. 5old at all leading bars and cafes. cese. The lay members aro Messrs. e says tho new $2,000,000 Cathedral Columba's chuich and the Homo con QRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. Peter Gill, tho Covington tractor and builder; Peter Shaugh-nes- has no debt. He recently started a of tho Little Slstors of tho Poor. TeUsboBn lflW. Newport financier, and Georgo ?100,000 school, and tho first day An aiea of thirty blocks was swept gavo of men Riffe, Superintendent of the Emery a meoUng him clean, with a property loss that JOHN E. FRANK $25,000 for it. will reach nearly $2,000,000, buildings in Ludlow. An Ideal Tonic Body w rQRAN W. SMITH'S SON-Funeral Director and Embalmer .ati v1fvv9V s, Champions, Olympics, Knights of Columbus, Mackln, Trinity, Imperials and !! Orioles, the latter club taking the ; ; place of tho BrulnB, and is composed of players from St. Joseph's Young Men's Club. Tho officers aro Prank '. '. Ai Relchert, Presldont; B. J. Wolfe, A. Steinbock, ;; Vice President; E. Cllnes, TreasSecretary; Thomas D. urer. The umpire staff is as fol'.'. lows: W. J. Ryan, James Mulligan, ; ; Alvin Wells, Otis Logsdon and Dan Lally. The scorers aro Edward ;; Steinbock, Robert Burns, Lew Ull; ; rich and Charles Foley. Ber-trand- ;; Tho Twin City Catholic baseball organized for the following roster: League, the local organization, has season with the GERMAN BANK ' RECOVERED. Dr. Peter S. Ganz, President of tiie Catholic Federation, has been f '- - m. , A for a week and submitted to an operation for abscess. His many friends and patients will bo glad to learn that ho has almost entirely recovered and will be out again within the next few days. 111 Plenty of room for the crawl of the toes when in action permits the bones to grow straight and free. Bunions are impossible, corns improbable, and other blemishes quite unlikely. Ikiu It is short shoes that crumple up the toes, that force the toes against the end of the shoe with every step, and finally produce corns, bunions or other blemishes that disfigure and annoy for life. QUEEN'S DAUIIGTERS. Bllllnf Vm 1? i'ffsWWB' Fifth and Market Sts. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. Hereafter tho meetings of tho Queen's Daughters will be held at the Knights of Columbus Home, 81G Fouith street. This being so central makes the best place that could be found for tho meetings. Tho next meelng will be on Friday, April 7, when officers for the ensuing year will bo elected. K. OF three-cornere- Put the child in Buster Brown Shaping Last Shoes and keep in these shoes until grown. Buster Brown Shoes cost no more than other shoes, and, because the child stands straight and true, look better and wear better. '.' T i FARCICAL. O. WINS. jjjj"jj yjjji WtTTt' ' It is to laugh wnen one reads in the daily press that one Cornelius Tho Knights of Columbus team d won tho relay race last Saturday night, Mackln Council, Y. M. I., finishing second, and Trinity Council third. Tho race was one of tho Interesting features of tho athletic meet of the Louisville Amateur Federation. 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Conducted by the Xaverlau Brothers, SeleotlAe Classloal, Buslnew aad Louisville Chemical 1M-11- 8 Incorporated Xoine Pkee, Otty MM SOUTH THIRD STRRBT Co. Man allowing the country alone Mexican border in which Villa and his band of murdering:, looting Osurses, Preparatory DepartmeBt, Lars; bandit are operating. Inssrt above, Major Gen, Funatpn, United States army; below .left te right, Zapata, HW)B1I Poa, T ,.i MUM. Terms K4eee. Mr: Jasse, Dir. I Carranxa and VJlla, , -r t NEW NANZ & NEUNER CO. INCORPORATED. .,., Cirner Fourth and JeffcrsM 857 FoHrtk Ave., Lemiaville, Xy, f o 1 jKEEJTDUOiKY HfclSH CtihKUKATK AMEXO-AJV- . BIRTHDAYS. WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. TEWART DRY GOODS CO. Incorporated) IN CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCREERY cently made Archbishop, colehrated his On tho birthday. same day Cardinal Francis Bourne, Archbishop of Westminster, becamo e years old. Hope Is universal that they may bo spared for many years to. come. fifty-eigh- th fifty-fiv- Thursday the Most Rev. Thomas F. Kennedy, President of tho American Collego In Rome and re- I & CO.. NEW YORK. XAVEIUANS. Shown at Stewart's Complete Assortment New ., 1916 .... Wash Goods It is creating a short market on dependable i The troubled conditions abroad have affected ., ,, .. .. , i ine domestic situation ay me wiiiiaruwui ui weavers from American plants to secure the larger salaries offered in the munition factories. This is common knowledge. Wash Goods. Makers are already sending out advices that they will be unablfi to guarantee Consequently the Stewart kind of colors. Wash Goods will be hard to get. witnessed a most beautiful and inspiring ceremony at Mount St. Joseph's Novitiate at Baltimore, when six very promising young men were received into the Xaverlan brotherhood. The vestltion services began when tho Rev. Father Felix, C. P., the celebrant, intoned tho Venl Creator. In his address ho highly encouraged the young men to be most faithful in the great work they had undertaken, telling them of the greatness of such a vocation, which consists in a very close following of the Divine Master. PASSED AWAY SUNDAY. Last Sunday, March 19, the feast of tho glorious patron, St. 'Joseph, 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 J 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; 19c S6 inches wide ; a yard Ginghams, in new patterns Ivanhoc Zephyr 15c and solid colors ; a yard multi-colore- d White Biltmoro Checked Voile, of a soft, sheer quality, with cords forming various size 25s checks: full 36 inches wide; a yard White Plissc, of a firm quality, in the small crinkle style, so much in demand for under22c wear; a yard wasli goods so suited Wonderful Cloth the to the making of children's rompers, misses' 17c middies and house dresses; a yard Linen, of a very sheer quality. Handkerchief Especially serviceable for blouses; 36 inches 75c wide ; yard Cardinal Glrolamo Gottl. passed away on Sunday In Rome, having received the last rites of the church on the preceding Monday. Cardinal Gottl's decline began September 26, 1915, when in a faint ho fell violently to the iloor of his ofIUco, suffering a slight concussion of the brain. Since then his condition became dally worse. After tho death of Pope Plus X. Cardinnl Gottl was highly considered for his successor. Only his ago ho was sovonty-eigthen stood against him. Ho was born at Genoa, Italy, on March 29, 1834, and was a member of the Order of DIscalced Carmelites. On his birthday in 1892 he was elected titular Archbishop of Detra and was sent as Nuncio to Brazil. Two years later ho was created a Cardinal, receiving the red hat December 2, nnd made Prefect of tho Congregation of Indulgences. Later ho was mado Prefect of tho Propaganda, which place he held until his death. ht HIBERNIANS. GODSEND FOR MISSIONS. Tho gift sent by the Extension Society for the missions of Bishop What They Have Been Doing Dougherty, formerly of Jaro but now Bishop-eleof Buffalo, camo as Frank Fehr Brewing Company JB That you spent for something you did not NEED would have tarted a The John F. Oertel Company the Past Week General a godsend to those poor missions, SAVINGS ACCOUNT? with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED Fall City Brewing Company for they are literally struggling for Phoenix Brewing Company News Notes. breath. It was a check for $1,100, West Louisville Brewing Company twice a year; There MAY COME a time whea your "LAST DOLLAR" and that amount will go a great way Schaefer-Meye- r Brewing Company Lexington Street Brewry spent for somethlig you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the must be in a Philippine mission. The The parade this year is but a fore- priests without chapels, and John E. & Frank Walter dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming, runner of a big turnout for next who in whp aro that their numerous Senn & Ackerman Brewing Company ordor St. Patrick's day. Christ Brewing Company missions may have some sort of atOno of Limerick's oldest citizens, tention are anxious to secure the Geo. Wiedemann Brewing Company Clifton Brewry after viewing tho parade, said "ho missionary mnss outfit packed by tho could die happy now." Catholic Church Extension Society, DAN J. HKNNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN The address of J. J. Kavanagh, aro in a fair way to be supplied. tho St. Patrick's day orator, has re- Seven generous friends of the ceived wide nnd favorablo comment. missions sent In donations for as Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. Fifth and Court Place. President L. J. Mackoy and the many mass outfits. There are fifteen Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. members of Division 3 showed up missionary priests on the lists of the well in both the parade and enter society who are most anxious for ono Record of the Most Important of of these outfits. Donations may bo tainment. the Recent Events Culled The residents along tho lino of sent to tho offices of the Catholic McCor-mac- k From Exchanges. march of all creeds and nationalities Church Extension Society, building, Chicago. did thomselves proud in the way of decorations. BOCK BEER TODAY. The Hibernian St. Patrick's day M. V. O'Halloran, Tulla, has been UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street parade at Denver was imposing and Once again tho rampant billy appointed a Magistrate for County was featured by decorated automo goat with ther flowing whiskers Clare. biles and jaunting car. adorns the bill boards and show At a Mitch- Raise your aver- The A. 0. H. is Indebted to the windows, and the shivering world is eistown recent meeting of theMaurice ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account District Council men and business firms who so giyen notice that spring is about to Mahony was a member. with this safe, conservative, age with a Mas- kindly donated automobiles for tho make her debut. That is what the P. McCallion, Derry, has been co- Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more "Bock" means to all who aro In cot Bat. Win the school children in the parade. at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 and to opted by the Derry Guardians in The Hibernians of Now Haven touch with German room of the lato William Morris, game with a per cent. No cost to you whatever. will purchase a building at Orange many more who do not know anyand Wall streets for a club house, thing about Castle Elmbeck, whero T. C. The same courteous attention given the the famous brew got Its name, but Tho Local Government Board has the prico for which Is ?17,000. depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. who know that Bock sounds mighty sanctioned tho appointment of John The order in Louisville should good them about this time every kyncn as Relieving Officer In k now show a big increase in member- year. toTho Germans have always Union. ship due to the splendid success of been a poetic people and given to James Byrne. Ballinderry. has the St. Patrick's day celobration. Second and Market Under tho Big Clock gladness and Innocont mirth. Gor- been on the Wicklow There is a big demand for pictures man people found the long and cold County Council Stato Government Supervision. in room of tho lato of tho parade and flag presentation, winters tlresomo and they looked which are on sale in tho sexton's of forward most eagerly to tho coming James Galvin. Patrick J. Whlttv was elected fice of St. Louis Bertrand's church. or spring when they could live outrepresentative for They celebrated with a Parliamentary The Best Straight Whisky On Earth Division 4 will meet next Monday doors. of North Louth. This was another Nanight and hear reports from tho En- Joyous festival tho coming tertainment Committee concerning spring, tho festival being of an Im tionalist victory. among Longford County Council nassed tho St. Patrick's day entertainment. portance equal to Christmas was at Whero tho homo is the modern Germans. It INCORPORATED iiiimminaD Whero work Is quickly National and State ofllcers and this season and on this occasion a resolution of regret at the death brightest; done; of H. Reynolds, and his Solo Registered Dist. No. 32 Father Donnelly, of Saratoga, wero that the castle brewor was accus- son, L. II. Reynolds, Balllnalee. Whero the work is Whero cooldng seems guests of tho BInghamton Hiber- tomed to broach a special cask of Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 lightest; West Main Street. nians at their St. Patrick's day din- beer, the best that he knew how to The Archbishop of Tuam appointreal fun; ed tho Rev. Martin Moran, Castle-ba- r, Whero ner. tho meal make, and which had lain ripening Where baking gives deto Moylough, In succession to cooked best; Division 1 of Chlllicotho, Ohio, for months in tho castle collar. light; BOTH PHONES tho Rev. M. HARRY B. DRIVER has fitted up handsome club rooms. Being extra strong, the poetic Ger uounrtstone. Donnellan, appointed to Whero tho range stands Where drudgo is out of 2635 HENRY A. J. POLS Provisions for billiards, cards, readmans named It "Bock" beer because tho test sight At tho opening of the Manorham-Ilto- n ing and other pastimes have been like the billy goat it was llablo to That's whero tho That's whero tho Quarter Sessions County Court knock over those who tampered made. "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes Judge Browne was presented with Bishop Ithodc was the chief with It. in. in. whlto gloves, there being no crim speaker at the Hibernian banquet INCORPORATED. inal cases to bo dealt with. CERTAINLY. Quick Meal Gh Hansen Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended on St. Patrick's day at Grqen Bay, 426 South Fifth St. Wis. Louisville. Ky. guests. Covers were laid for 360 If tho peoplo who aro worrying There has just died at Meath who Our workmanship is positively tlio Lest in tlic city, nnd backed John E. Browne, of Division 4, their heads about "chain prayers" Hill, Toronco agoCarolan, years. had reached tho of 100 Ho ST tip by a house of long standing and financially responsible. would say tho "Our Father," the was able to move about until a was happy on St. Patrick's day. He Our service not equaled. "Hall Mary," etc., go to mass reg- fortnight beforo his death. had received a box of Shamrocks ularly and approach the sacraments A number of posters which wero from Ireland and distributed them as often as possible they would bo among his friends. In a healthier condition, morally recently displayed at Moyvalley, In Because of tho death of M. J. BANHOH, arid spiritually, than they aro at connection with a recruiting meet- : 2 LAWRENCE P. BANNON. JR., I. VFFUruiu ing, wero torn down, with tho result President James E. Dolan the present. Fret, Mgr. Vict Prex. I Treat. ?. two banquets Secntary. that tho meeting had 'to bo aban that wero to bo hold at doned. Syracuse in honor of St. Patrick INCORPORATED. FOR WOJIAN'S EYE. wore indefinitely postponed. General sympathy is felt with B. Tho Ancient Order and Ladies' Tho colored lawn and organdy J. O'Flaherty, Ennlscorthy, and Mrs. 207 PAUL JONES BUILDING Auxiliary of Quincy, 111., attended in blouse is growing In favor. O'FIaherty, in their bereavement caused by the accidental death of a body tho high mass celebrated by Both long and short sleeves have their youngest child, Annlo Mary, Sewer and Culvert Pipe, Rev. II. J. Foley, editor of tho "Wes- tho dropped shoulder line. aged three. tern Catholic, in honor of Ireland's Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, Angora braid is one of the most , apostle. Miss Brido Lawler, youngest Wall Copiag-- Drain Tile, Titrlfie. Brick, Tho Slayden bill will not doter the effective of the new braids. daughter Carlow. r ire rrooiing, Hue Lining, Fire BricK This spring ono finds tho short mado her of James Lawler, convent Ladles' Auxiliary movement for tho final vows at tho Crate and Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Chimney STeps. sleeve coming into its own again. of tho Sisters of Charity, Mill Hill, erection of a monument in tho NaAmong tho smartest of the new London. In religion her name betional cemetery at Washington to OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON the Sisters who lost their lives sport suits are many of silk Jersey. comes Sister Gabriel. nursing tho soldiers during the civil Tullo hats, shirred on wire HOME PHONES CITY R73.17RR. Dungannon Urban Council ac. . . . Vw nil ruin.. uiim cm vw frames, are pretty for midsummer corded a unanimous vote of has war. t&t-4thanks 3. WORKS The Kentucky Irish American is wear. 13th trad Breck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and lOth. X to R. Brown, Donaghmore, for his pleased to acknowledge tho receipt It Is reported from Paris that lac- offer to provide 453 rose trees to e rt of nn invitation from Chairman M. ing will bo all the voguo this adorn tho public places In that I 1 HCH-H-guest of the spring. J. McDermott to bo tho town, and to plant them at his own Hibernians of Mobile at their St. Shoe top length seems preferable expense. Patrick's day celebration and ban- for the skirt. Shorter lengths aro Most Rov. Dr. Gilmartln presided quet, which surpassed any over be- not safe. I at tho offlco and requiem mass in fore held in the South. Most stylish are the small tur tho Convent of Mercy, Loughrca, bans with largo butterfly bow fas- tor tho repose of tho soul of tho HELPS FATHER LYNCH. tened at the very top of tho crown. lato SIstor Mary John Moylan. Do- ceased was a sister of tho late Rev. Rev. Cletus Brady. C. P.. rector PUT OVER GOOD ONE. J. Moylan. of the Sacred Heart Retreat on the 713-71- 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Tho death of Rev. R. B. Dunne Newburg road, was in Henderson Many years ago, at Elizabeth, N. will In S. 299i. Kmm, City 239S. TiWmms-C- h., this week, whore he assisted Rev. J It was announced that all tho many bo received with regret durparts of Father Lynch at tho Forty Hour bells of the city churches, Protestant ing nearly fifty tho country, for in years he taught devotions at Holy Name church. as well as Catholic, would ring on tho schools of tho Christian Broth St. Patrick's day, March 17. Tho ers In Dublin, Athy, Cashel, NOTRE DAME. rector of the Episcopalian church Thurles, Galway, Wexford and Mull- confirmed the rumor. At once the ingar. St. Patrlck'a day was celebrated lodge A. at Notre Dame University in the Orangedivisionsand several local and The people of Castlebar and dismet In protest high P. A. usual manner. After a solemn trict gave a public funeral to tho FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. mass in the morning the band situ- appointed committees to visit the late P. Timlin. The cortege was several sextons in order to Induce over one and a half miles long, and FREE SERVICE. ated in the rotunda of the main t ringing the the roads were lined with sympabuilding rendered a concert of Irish them to HL bells on this Romish holiday. But thetic onlookers. At tho masses noon-da- y airs. After the feast the University Dramatic Club presented without result, for it developed that tributes were paid to his memory three-Rcomedy in Washington March 17 of that year fell on a Sun by the Most Rev. Dr, Hlgglns and a 1101-0- 3 BAST BROADWAY. day. Rev. Father Meehan. Hall. ct 1 The Last Dollar BOCK BEER OUT TOOAY Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. IRELAND. Hennessy Axman Sixty-one-year-old BALL POPULAR PRICE TAILORS PLAYERS folk-lor- e, MASCOT Car-rlc- German Insurance BanK OLDBARBEE JNO. T. BARBEE On-ur- a & CO. 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