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Kentucky Irish American: April 1, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916040101_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: April 1, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. we bo PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Yonr Next Order. Kentucky Irish American NO. 14. Never has a Catholic Bishop used the pulpit to Inflame the dying embers of religious bigotry. Never has the Catholic public encouraged hatred and suspicion of their fellows by sup- SMOKE EI Nomo 10c WilKoe 5c L Union Made Cigars. J VOLUME XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1916. The bureau has been systematically encouraging tho education of tho Immigrant In the public schools to the exclusion of tho parochial and other schools of tho country. Why was not tho samo Information tho names of prospective citizens given to them also? It may be said that tho parochial schools have not taken up this matter to a great degree, but this does not proporly answer tho question, for It is to be PRICE FiVE CENTS. INTOLERANCE Father O'llcrn Discusses Tills Topic in Evening Lecture at Buffalo. religious animosities. ROOSEVELT Promises to Be a Disturber In tho Republican National Convention. Will Not Play Second Fiddle to vTusticc Hughes or Any One. I Pro$rrammo-Foi- j Justice and Lovo Are Two First Duties of Man to Ills Fellows. Never lias Catholic Public Encouraged Either Hatred or porting magazines and newspapers misrepresentation rlfo with and calumny. Toward Knownothlng-Isand A. P. Alsm of every form they have presented a 'manly attitude of determined courage, and when these and unchristian attempts to stir up strife have died away no effort has been made by Catholics for retaliation or revenge. What will be the attitude of Catholics in the future? Wo proudly point to the past. The Catholics of America can bo rolled upon to maintain the principles first proclaimed by Lord Baltimore) and afterward embodied In the constitution of the United States." APPROVE THK m flBSSSslHS&:SS& tu9BB& & xTWf W mKB H3fc ffisffitKffigw 'roavPP lrf OgwijflHiifeffittDKy V Suspicion. CILNflE. Division 1, A. 0. H., held its regular meeting on Thursday night of PROUDLY POINT TO THE PAST last week and It was tho largest and most encouraging assembly of Hibernians that had met in Llcdcrkranz Hall for months. President Mark Ryan occupied chair, with all the Rev. Thomas J.- - O'Hem, Buffalo officers presenttho Apostolate, spoke as follows at the lighted with thoand seemingly degrand turnout of BEGINNING THE CHASE FOR Teck Theater Sunday evening, his numbers of old Division 1. Minutes subject being "Intolerance:" "TolPhoto shows United States artillery leaving tho Mexican boundry lino meeting, wherein it erance may be described as an In- cf tho preceding meet only on tho gray hills shown in tho background give some idea of tho character 'of dulgence or forbearance shown to- was decided to task. ward persons, principles and opin- fourth Thursday of each month until notice, were well received ions which one holds very sacred further more than a hundred a day and and intensely dear. Intolerance, on and given unanimous approval. Dan Inthat out of every twonty-tw- o tho other hand, Is an uncompromis- O'Keefe, Secretary of tho County habitants in that section of China ing attitude, unyielding, Inflexible, Board, was a visitor and spoko In Chlh-one Is a Catholic. severe toward all persons, princi- glowing terms of tho St. Patrick's from day entertainment and the pleasing ples and opinions differing RECENT DEATHS. those one cherishes or subscribes to results, 11 of which was a source of oneself. Too often It Is a refusal great satisfaction to Division 4, un Early Thursday morning Governmental Bureaus and the of all charity and lenience to oth- der whose auspices' the celebration The Time Set For Preparation the beloved ers who may happen not to bo In took plado. President Ryan exFor the Great Enster Public and Parochial daughter' of Thomas and Mary accord with our views and our pedited 'the routine business and Mulloy, 1760 West Oak street, Festival. Schools. Judgment. Justice and love are tho thus gave all present ample time to died suddenly, her death casting a two first duties of a man to his fel- speak for the good of tho order. The deep gloom over her home and many Tolerance Is nowhere veteran Hibernian, Hon low men. Ryan, relatives. Her funeral will take mentioned in tho law. Mere toler- spoko logically and with John takfervor, St. ance does not go far enough. Tho ing a retrospective view of Opens With Fiftli Sunday of Lent place this morning from George's church, when Father Exclusive Advice on Training of Catholic church does not merely tho good in Louisville and Has Its Peculiar Georgo Weiss will Immigrant Given to the celebrate tho tolerate those outside her fold; sho dono by Division 1, of and which ho was requiem high mass. loves them with a divine charity Features. Former. proud to bo a member for over forty and that is more than tolerance. William Bennott.lbrother of Depare forms of intolerance years. Others followed with well "There uty Jailer Thomas,. Bennett, who not only justifiable, but necessary chosen remarks, full of hope and as well. No one who esteems virtue, cheer for tho future of tho mother Church Expresses the Grief That was held In high esteem by a wide Information onEducationnlSub- circle of acquaintances, was claimed could be tolerant of vice. Wo must division. Secretary Daniel McCar by death Sunday evening at his Should Now Fill All here make another distinction. It thy read correspondence from the jeets Should Be Dispensed home, 325 East Kentucky street. vice and State Secretary wntcn was recoiycu Is one thing to abhor Hearts. ) to All Alike. Left to mourn him aro his wife, a vicious. and f lied. Tho members wero glad td quite another to hate the daughter, Miss Ruth and two sons, Catholics are not Intolerant of Ti'avfiVlth them Thomns Shelly, and Earl and James Bennett, and a sisbut toward their error there only two members, James Dugan and ter, Mrs, J. WllsoaT The funeral can bo no such thing as tolerance. Michael Collins, now remain on tno If a man says that black Is white sick list. It Is contemplated to have HONORED FORMULAS REMAIN was held Tuesday fafternoon, at- TWO POINTS TO BE EMPHASIZED tended by many soWowing friends. or that two and two make five, wo an entertainment, picnic or excursion may pity him, but we do not say, In tho near future to add funds to Following an illness of two weeks 'My good sir, you may bo quite " President Ryan, with of la grippe Mrs. 'jMgry Conners right, your opinion is as good as tho treasury. and timely remarks, Tho end of tho Lenten season is Roche passed into eternal rest Monfelicitous The tendency of governmental mine.' Truth is intolerant of error. brought the meeting to a close. fast approaching. Next Sunday day afternoon at tlte home of her agencies to favor the public schools Tho Catholic church claims to bo a week, April 9, is Passion Sunday. daughter. Mrs. Artkfar1 Knoder, 101 in various ways, particularly in the teacher of truth. She claims a diMrs. Tho two weeks immediately prpced-ifl- g North vine commission to teach only what education Eas'ter have lfeeh'rset apiut as Roche-' is true. Any tchihxh- .within claims been"' outT ronf" a more special preparation for the was held in high esteem by a wido time. pointed this partial "time- to to teach tho truth can not throw attitude That great festival and havo received circle of friends. Tho funeral was the mantel of false charity over all is deserving of condemnation has the general appelation of Passion-tid- held Wednesday morning from St. also been emphatically declared. the vagaries of opinion within its Rev. Father The Buieau of Education of the Columba's church, pale. If this is intolerance, tho Although the second week is dis- Kalaher officiating at the mass of Departmetn of Catholic church must plead guilty, the Interior has been imtequiem. tinguished by its particularly for she claims to be tho messenger particularly conspicuous in Its ofpressive rites, yet that which opens to mankind of the whole truth of &mBBBBBBBBBBBSv IHH Monday morning tho funeral of fences In this regard, and wo now with the fifth Sunday of Lent, comGod. monly known as Passion Sunday, Benjamin Bode', of 427 East St. note that the Bureau of Naturaliza"Did Christ ever accommodate JKMhssssiBBHl tho Department tion Labor is has also Its peculiar features. All Catherine street, was held from St. doingofthe same thing. Inofthe March his teachings to the whim or B 'hBSBBBBBBBBBk ? IHL through Lent the altar has been Paul's church, where for many report of prejudices of his hearers? Consider draped in purple and denuded of years he had been a devout com department Labor Statistics of that that scene In tho desert when He wo read: its floral decorations, unless some municant. Mrs. Bode was was teaching tho necessity of tho "About a year ago the Bureau of years old and was highly resaint's feast called for more joyful reception of tho heavenly food surroundings. During Passiontide spected by his friends and neigh- Naturalization, after consultation which He would give them. 'Exschool authorities, cept you eat tho flesh of tho Son the gloom of the sanctuary is to bors. Surviving him are his widow, with variousa comprehensho plan deepen. From the first' vespers of Mrs. Annie Bossung Bode; three worked' out of Man and drink his blood, you Sunday tho crucifix, which has sons, Joseph, Robert and George for the education of candidates for shall not have life In you.' Many BBBSSSS SlBHBBBBBBBBBBBbSBBBBSmI hitherto formed tho prominent feat- Bode; a sister, Sister Rosa, of the citizenship. Under to this plan tho of his followers objected to this to tho send ure of every altar, Is to disappear Ursuline order, and four brothers. bureau arranges part of his teaching, and they public school authorities a statefrom view. Tho gospel of tho Sunnot more with Him. Now if walked day related that terrible scene in Tho funeral of John J. McGrath, ment showing the namo, address Ho had been tolerant Ho would alien resithe Templo of Jerusalem, when an hold Sunday afternoon from St. and nationality of each his intention mve said to them: 'I am sorry that you can not accept this part of my Infuriated peoplo hardened against James church, brought together a dent who has declared of a each petiteaching. But do not go away; it their Redeemer, not content with largo congrcagtlon of sorrowing to becomo be citizen or naturalized. At tho blaspheming Him as a samarltan friends who had known him in life tioner to bo intolerant to oblige you would to accept that which you do not nnd demoniac, actually tried to and with whom ho was popular. Ho samo time it advises the declarant stone Him to deatn. But Jesus hid was the oldest son of Roger Mc- or petitioner of its action and of the like.' Tho line of conduct which It then himself, says tho gospel. Grath, Secretary of tho Board of public school advantages. Ho followed Himself Ho prescribed In remembrance of his humilia- Works, and had been a patient suf- lests with tho school authorities to with even greater strictness for his 'Whosoever,' Ho representatives. tion of tho Son of God withdrawing ferer for nineteen months. Besides encourago tho prospective citizens CZAR OF RUSSIA. from the gaze of men till the time his parents he is survived by ono to enroll in the schools and, if necsaid to them, 'shall not receive you Russia again looms up as a decid- should como for tho carrying out of brother, Roger McGrath, Jr., and essary, to establish special schools nor hear your words, going forth Char- for their accommodation." from that house or city, shake off ing factor since tho Czar assumed his work of redemption the church four sisters, Misses Marie, but This is indeed Interesting; veils the crucifix until Good Friday. lotte, Ella- - Craig and Margaret tho dust from your feet. Amon I command of the army. tho real situaGREAT Y. M. I. BOOM. Rev. say to you, It shall be more toler-abl- o The Images of tho saints likewise Louise McGiath. Father further facts reveal clearly. "During disappear, that tho glory of the Willett conducted tho solemn serv- tion oven tho moro for the land of Sodom and the year 1915 tho Bureau of NaturGrand President Robert T. Burke, servants may be hidden when that ices. Gomorrah in tho day of judgment approximately alization received than for that city.' For tho rejec- of this city, and Secretary Francis J, of the Master Is eclipsed. Throughapplications for citlzon-shlp350,000 tion of his doctrine, made known Carroll, of Brazil, Ind., have been out this mournful time the church SUPREME COUNCIL COMING. About 150,000 of these men "Gloria Patrl" in by their word, there was to bo no doing some strenuous work in Chi- suppresses the toleration. Telegrams received here Wednes- wero married, 122,000 names were It Is not my purpose cago for tho Young Men's Institute, many portions of her public offices. to explain or apologize for condi- where they expect to place at least By this sho would express the grief day brought news that the Supreme sent to the Bureau "to the various tions in other countries in ages six now councils before the end of which should fill all hearts at the Council of tho Catholic Knights of public schools of the communities whero tho various residents repast. Wo regret tho severity and tho year. They havo been In con- contemplation of the sufferings of persecutions of the past and thank ference with priests and laymen of Christ and render such songs of America will hold its triennial na- sided." "The public schools," it is For tho three last tional convention in Louisville dur- pointed out, "have shown an earnest God that they have passed away the Windy City and received every joy distasteful. With tho forever. To understand them wo possible encouragement, and have days of Holy Week this sacred ing the second week in May. Tho spirit of must put ourselves In the place of reason to believe they will have the formula will bo entirely hushed, and telegrams were from tho Supreme opening of the present scholastic tho church would gradually attune President, Dr. Felix Gaudln, of New year fifty cities and towns were cotho people of the time. Heresy was support of Archbishop a crime that tho State considered earnest Rev. Father Murphy Is tak- the minds of her children to tho Orleans, and wero sent to Major operating. At the end of December spirit which ought then to possess Gen. Michael Rclchert, Stato Secre- this number had grown to 450 and worso than treason and punished ing active Interest In tary W. T. Meohan and President by the end of January to 566 cities with death. Tho reformers did not which would prov!d6 this movement, them. for Catholic It will help toward tho under- Ben Kruse, of tho local Central and towns, representing forty-fohold different views. Rousseau deyoung men an organization standing of various portions of the Committee. Tho Catholic Knights States. Hundreds of other localiclared: 'The reformation was intol- boys and C. A. for Proterant from its cradle, and its auth- similar to tho Y. M. Y. M. I. has a liturgy during Passiontide If we of America, now recognized as one ties have expressed their interest, objects of the very strongest fraternal in- but have been deterred from bear in mind the other ors universal persecutors.' Tho his- estant youth. Tho by local conditions which torian Hallam bears tho same testi- firm foundation and provides what which tho church of the early ages surance societies in tho United mony: 'Persecution Is the deadly has been long needed. It wouHd bring had in view in subordination to the States, was organized in this city render such work impracticable." It years ago, but has never is interesting to add that In Augof tho reformed the Catholic boys into ono strong one great subject of contemplation. thirty-si- x original sin of met here since. The order has ust, 1915, tho Bureau of Naturalizachurches, which cools overy honest society whero their wants would be These were tho preparation man's zeal for their cause, in pro- provided for and their moral charac- catechumens for baptism on Holy over 20,000 members, and delegates tion sont out a news letter in which portion as his reading becomes ter .safeguarded. For yeara tho Saturday and reconciliation of pub- will como to Louisville from ovory tho following statement was made: moro extensive.' "Tho Bureau of Naturalization Kentucky Irish American has advo- lic penitents on Maundy Thursday. State in the Union. To make ar"Having In view tho history of cated more general recognition of The various formulas of the lit- rangements for the convention and has extended its efforts throughout our own country, vo can say with- the Y. M. I., the best young mtm's urgy, when not referring directly Its entertainment a special meeting tho United States and brought its to the Passion, will be found to of the Central Committee has been educational movement to tho attenout fear or contradltion that the society In this country. touch upon ono or other of these called for tomorrow afternoon at tion of all Superintendents of pubof Catholic is the most tolerant subjects. St. John's Hall, Clay and Walnut, lic schools wherever there Is any Never once American citizens. SECURE BEST TALENT. Although the discipline of tho to which all Catholic Knights are foreign population for tho purposo from tho colonization of this fair no change had of enlisting these educators in carland to the present day havo CathPreparations and reheaisals for churchregard undergono catechumens Invited. with both olics given an example of intoler- tho Holy Cross rying forward this movement. annual minstrel and penitents,to still the so K. OF C. RETREAT. ance toward those not of thoir show, to be given on Easter Mon: letters havo been addressed to formulas have been allowed to George day and Tuesday, aro well under faith. It was a Catholic, tho Superihtendents of schools of remain, as affording matter for Calvert, tho first Lord Baltimore, way. The management has been The annual retreat of the Knights the cities and count!e3 In each tho church's children, who first conceived the idea of es- successful in securing next Stato, bringing to their attention the best mediation towashed from sin In the of Columbus t will begin who though tablishing a colony where ovoryone local talent, and from the present Wednesday evening at St. Louis this great activity, in an effort to waters of baptism have yet need Bertrand's church and will be con stimulate interest In this work in might worship God according to the outlook this year's show will out of penance for further offences. ducted by Very Rev. J, R. Meagher, every locality whero foreigners redictates of his own conscience. Ho shlno any heretoforo given, Provincial of the Dominican order. side. The bureau has also disbecame the pioneer of religious tolPROtfttESS. CATHOLIC The services in the evening will be- cussed its plan personally with the eration. His son and successor folTOOK THE VEIL. gin at 7:30 and will consist of the Superintendents of schools and lowed in the footsteps of his father 300 pagans Christian education benediction. and established on tho shores of Ten young women took the veil Is One proportion out of in most of rosary, sermon and will be mass In Presidents of boards of cities and today morning there Maryland the first government in the at in the various Eastern of the Sisters of Providence last week China, and we recall that only ten the 8 o'clock and short instruction. The they have agreed unanimously to modern times where all men might at St. Mary of the Woods, near years ago tho figures were one out retreat will come to a close on worship God unmolested by intolertheir support in opening the Terre Haute. Bishop Chatard be of 400. Peking has made a record Palm Sunday, when all will Tecelve end of the public schools for the ance. The principle of religious doors they toleration embodied In the constitu- stowed the black garb when bridal nothing short of marvellous during holy communion at the 7:30 o'clock Instruction of tho foreigners where came before him attired in e which guided the past year. The Procurator of mass and Papal benediction in the there are no schools in existence, tion is the lf white, brides of the church. Among the Maryland Catholic one and that mission, Father Planchet, a evening at 7:30. The Holy Name and to extend the activities of the centuries earlier. That prin- the number was Miss Catherine Vincentian, writing to the American Society of St. Louis' Bertrand's will schools established for this purpose ciple hag never been violated by Dolan, of Jeffersonvllle, who will be Foreign Mission Seminary at also participate In the retreat, the so as Io meet with the desires of states that his mission reg- second Sunday being their regular the Bureau of Naturalization." the Catholics of this land. Nker known in religion as Sister Mary hava they been guilty of exciting Doloretta. istered 3S,2fJ0 monthly communion day. So the whole matter is revealed. adult baptisms PASSIONTIDE expressly noted that the bureau's AffnrtR worn Infnnrlnrl tn fnrlunn Vm 'public school authorities to "estab lish special schools for their (the immigrants') 'accommodations." lr J4There aro two points to bo emphasized In this regard. Ono of them Is that our Catholic societies should make a special effort to render it possible for our parochial schools to take tip this work of Immigrant training for citizenship. With their heavy burdens now, this added work would be certainly most onerous. A great per cent, of tho newly arrived Immigrants are of our faith and must bo cared for by us. The societies should discover means of with tho parochial schools for the maintenance of this activity. At tho same time and this is the second point we must continue to emphatically object to tho favoritism shown by our GovVILLA. ernment bureaus to tho public to start in pursuit of Villa. Tho schools. If information is to bo distho country and difficulty of the pensed on educational subjects, it should be dispensed to all alike. It Is to be hoped that the various departments will soon perceive tho wisdom of such a course of action. spSHHcBHSKilMKE twffiWfflifc wirfllSSSSSSSM laly-'Beckhn- ni State Control AV111 Be Given1 Cold Shoulder. A REVIEW OF THE 1914 BETRAYAL EDUCATIONAL C. B. of C. V. H APRIL INTENTION. The general Intention for April recommended by His Holiness Popo Benedict XV. Is tho widows and orphans of tho war. Tho saddest victims of tho almost world-wid- e war that has been raging for over eighteen months aro tho widows and orphans whom tho bullet or tho bayonet or the shrapnel has robbed of their natural protectors and support Hundreds of thousands of unfortunate women and children have been driven from their homes to languish in foreign lands, depend ent on the charity of strangers. Tho little ones cried for bread and there wero none to share it with them. A first object of our prayers for them must bo that God will touch tho hearts of those whose means will allow them to feed tho hungry and to clothe the naked. Their appeal for help must not bo made in vain. Let us not forget to pray that proper provision may be made to safeguard tho faith of those Catholic children who may bo carried to lands where our holy religion is often an object of hatred and bitter opposition. Sadder fat than the death of their fathors would be the loss "of their Catholic faith. Anas-tasi- a, eight-year-o- ld Raf-fer- ty Hlber-nlanls- m -- ho-erring, t,. . - - w"aSTOy'-8euS,earo-61d'a- Id e. H'3 fifty-eig- ht I'JBBK fltW 0kHPtoMslBBBBBBBBBBl EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA. his people. Franz Joseph I., now In his eighty-sixt- h year, retains tho affection of FURTHER OUTRAGE. Con-sulta- ." Mun-dclel- n. ur Por-son- al time-honor- Saturday, states that tho Governor of Sonora has Issued an order expelling all priests. The Associated Press reports that tho published announcement that tho Mexican Government is considering tho advisability of taking over all tho personal and realty holdings of tho Catholic clergy throughout tho republic created somewhat of a sensation in Moxico City on Monday. In a special dispatch from Querre-tarEl Domocrata, tho official Gov ernment organ, quotes both Secretary of tho Treasury Cabrera and Dr. Slurob, Governor of tho State of Guanajuato, as saying that the measure would bo mado offectivo under the old law dating back moro than half a century, whon church edifices wero seized during the administration of Benito Juarez. Tho clergy In tho States of MIchoacan, Puebla, Quorotaro and Jalisco aro reputed to bo immensely wealthy in jewels, lands and works of art which are held In trust for tho church. It is said that tho appropriation of these by the Government for conversion into gold with which to swell tho reserve to bo accumulated for tho redemption of the paper money lssuo mado necessary by the revolution, would solvo Mexdifficulties. ico's present economic official declarations Government place tho present paper issue at 500,000,000 pesos with an insignificant metallic reserve for its redempo. A telegram from Mexico City, te mado public by the Mexican at San Antonio, Texas, last tion. THINKS nE'S OLDEST. their piesent feeling to the actions of ono man. The Democrats aro satisfied that Rooscvolt, If not given the nomination by tho Republican and Progressive conventions at Chicago on June 7, intends to see that tho one who receives It will llvo to rue the day. The Republican leaders havo begun to turn to Justice Hughes, not because they really want him, but because they think ho would be aceptable to the Bull Moosers. From the standpoint of Republican leaders like Barnes, Penrose, etc., they rate Hughes and Rosevelt as tho two lowest of their personal choices, Hughes because thoy don't think they can use him If elected, and If tho Rough Rider should beat them In the convention they would take tho greatest pleasure in knifing him in tho general election. In a conference this past week at the homo of his Dr. Richard Derby, in Now York, Roosevelt announced that ho would lead the fight against tho Wilson administration, If tho people showed they wanted him and wero willing to back up his policies. Those in the conference who wero former Progressive leaders convinced him (which was easy) that the people wore demanding him to lead the fight. If Roosevelt could have been eliminated or his withdrawal announcement secured the Republican leaders would havo tendered the nomination to McCall, Burton or Cummins, and at this late date if Hughes refuses to allow his namo used McCall will be selected as tho man to beat Roosevelt. But this much can be taken for granted Hughes, McCall or no ono else is acand ho ceptable to our will only support ono candidate In tho Republican or Progressive conventions, and that man is Roosevelt. Tho nomination given to another wlll'llnd him playing tho dog in the manger policy and tho raco of 1912 will bo enacted again, Wilson opposed by a divided Republi can narty. Another ruature pioas- ing to the Democrats Is that Hughes Is losing ground daily, principally attitude because of his SDhtnx-liK- e on tho questions of tho day, and drive tho his nomination will vote Into the Wilson camp as is predicted in tho following, taken from tho Fatherland: "It Is admitted mat u no canui- date develops strength enough to get tho nomination on tho first or second ballot, Justice Jtiugnes wm be the nominee. In this calculation n the 3,000,000 voters are complacontly Ignored. They aro to havo no voice in tho councils of that party. If they don't Uko Hughes thoy can vote for n Wilson." Thus tho vote, which is 80 per cent, lie publican, will support Wilson In preference to Roosevelt or Hughes. Turning to Stato politics, tho fight for control in tho coming State Democratic convention Is a timely topic, as it Is an effort of Haly and Beckham to stage a comeback in tho political arena, their of move to make Rufus VanBant, Ashland, Stato Chairman, to bo a Against test of their strength. them will be pitted Gov. Stanley and Senator Ollto aJmes. Against Mr. Vansant tho average Democrat can say no word, but support of Haly and Beckham Is impossible. In 1914, after a bitter primary, tho supporters Stanley and McCreary rallied to Beckham in his raco for United States Senator, although ho was a bitter pill to swallow and his Will-soRepublican opponent, was well thought of by many In Louisville, Hero Democrats. Wlllson's home town, tho Democratic organization scored a splendid d victory for Beckham, over of his majority bolng registered in this district. On tho night of the election Beckham said in tho presence of the writer: "I don't know how I ever can repay Louisville for Its showing today." In addition he expressed his gratitude to one of tho. local Democratic leaders In about as above. tho samo expression Hardly had ho been given his certificate of election when, like a thunderbolt from tho sky, camo the announcement that McChesney on a prohibition platform was tho programme for Haly and Beckham. This was the last straw, and come what may, tho Democrats throughout tho State can not be expected slate to espouse tho for tho coming Stato convention, and above all, not the Louisville Democracy, who 'wore openly and shamefully betrayed by these political buccaneers. son-ln-laGerman-- Day by day Democrats aro becoming more enthused over tho outlook from a national standpoint, while on tho other hand the Republicans are becoming much discour aged over the prospects of tho G. O. P. 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I Wait dreen SI. acsress all Commoalittlosi to tba KENTUCKY JMSll AMERICAN, J15-2- K&xdttmnSttimB We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates. da 54-in- ch i Authoritative Display of New Spring Lines In fH APES (Ta JSVI COUNCIL )l ti&Ztte &Bm& SILKS, WOOLENS, COTTONS! SPRING DRESS WOOLENS Per width. Shepherd Check Suiting; Pekin Striped Suiting; all wool; width. S1.00 Per yard yard $2.25 Serge in navy and black: width. Per Yorkshire Tweeds; all wool; width. Per $1.2 yard ; Jartt $2.50 Suitings in various fashionable color effects. Chuddah Cloth; width. Per yard $2.50 Z 81.50 Per yard Tallleuro Suiting; width. Per width. Per Overnlaid Checked Suiting: $1.75 yard $3t00 yard width. Per Checked Velour; Wool Poplin in all colors; width. Per yard yard 3iC0 In addition to tho above aro Calcutta Cords, Polro Twills, Brighton Cords, Trlleuso Gaberdine, Bermuda Twill and other novelties, in addition to many exclusive patterns for suits, of which there is but one of a kind. These range in price from $15.00 to $35.00 per pattern. 54-in- ch 50-lnc- LOUISVILLE, KY WHOLESALE SATURDAY. APRIL 1, 1916. THEFT. that in some way wo may get out of the muddlo into which "watchful Carranza's latest edict confiscat- waiting" has forced us. ing all property and possessions of 1UGIIT MOVE. tbo Catholic church In Mexico hardly coincides with his promise to the The bill for a Government armor administration ot religious liberty plant is a move in the right direcIn that unhappy country. tion. It almost goes without saying that "preparedness" which will deLEST WE FORGET. pend on the greed of private corpo- The unthinking Americans who rations will never amount to Join tho Canadian army to fight for anything more than a fruitful But the Govern- England seem to forget that, In the source of graft Corduroy Pique; in colors, such as coral, green, event of this country going to war ment must not stop at tho cstab- Liberty Satin Stripo Voile; 40 inches wide; in $1.25 cadet, etc.; yard wide; priced UNITED STATES INFANTRY IN MEXICO. delicate colorings. Per yard 05o wlth Japan, John Bull will bo found llshment of an armor plant if it is Amazon Corduroy; exquisite quality; 32 Inches Medici do Solo; in white with woven stripes in Insert, Gen. Hugh L. Scott, Chief of Staff, IT. S. A. fighting as Japan's ally, and. Can- sincere in Its "preparedness" de Photo shows blue, green, wistaria, lavender or black. Yard wide; in all tho now colors; per yard $1.50 ada, as a colony of England, will be signs. There is the question of trooper signalling to a distant division. Since the Infantry have 05c wide; priced English Golf Cord; in whlto and saffron; Villa, they havo kept In touch divisions pursuing into furnishing troops to invado the transportation, tho most important divided use two signal code. width; per yard of the White Corded Voile; in group effects; $1.25 feature of genuine "preparedness," by tho United States. 25c width. Per yard Embroidered Organdies; whlto' with figures for without the facilities, for tho embroidered in colors; exquisitely sheer In qualOxford Skirting with small dainty figures; movemnet of troops and war ma- CKasqcaaaxrac3833res8aq when St. Benedict died, was led by ity; OP HIS OW.V MAKING. 00c width. Priced width. Priced, per' yard $2.85 curiosity to tho house where tho Other Embroidered Swiss at various prices; per terials at first cost any scheme of White Pique; embroidered in small dots and beggar's body lay, and was conago President preparedness Only a few weeks figures; largo assortment; various qualities; 85c, yard, 35c, 45c, 50c to g 85c will mean a heavy verted to the Catholic faith by the White Gaberdine with black stripes; extreme $2.00 $1.00, $1.25, ?1.50 and "Wilson declared that ho had learned and unnecessary burden on tho taxastounding miracles which ho witnovelty for fashionable skirts; Chiffon Llsse; in white, gray or blaqk ground by payers. width; all about the Mexican situation nessed there. Blessed Mary of tho The armor plant bill is n with stripes in colors. Yard wide; priced.....'. 05c yard 95c listening to a sufficient number of great beginning; let It be followed Incarnation, a French damsel of Julia Flynn has been to New high degree, won her crown among liars. Though ho did not knojw it by one looking to Government con- York City for a brief visit. tho savages of Canada, and St. when he spoke, the President was trol of the means of transportation. Peter Martyr was a much maligned Mannish Suiting Silks, showing many designs Striped Satin and Taffeta aro highly favored By listening to tho liars, right. John Hines, of tho local fire de- official of tho little understood and for street wear. They are shown in plain effects, In plaids, checks triple stripes, developed in gray, partment, is enjoying his ten days' Voice, ho brought on 1 1 UMAX Bays tho True VIPER. and shotweaves; yard wldo; novelties and chameleon combinations. priced vacation. It the present critical situation. $3.50 wide." PAIIADE PREPAREDNESS. AH are decidedly excluslvo and one yard The man who injects tho religis of his own making and he must For Miss Hattie Bright has returned $5.50 require the fashionable dresses and blouses which Prices ?2.00, ?2.50, $3.00 up to sheer, gauze-llk- o silk, wo havo provided take the responsibility for it. After ious test into politics or questions from a visit to Mrs. Bernhardt at President John H. Hennessy and Extensive variety of Plain and Glaco Chiffon an unusual variety of Indestructlblo Voile, Chiffon our soldiers catch former friend any man's constitutional right to Pleasurevllle. his brother Hibernians are so enwidths. All fashionable Crepe, Georgette and Lunette in shades that per $ Taffeta; 3G and Villa they may be ready to deal belong to any religion ho chooses shades aro Included in the snowing; ?i.5U, ?a.oo fectly match other silks hero displayed. Priced Miss Elizabeth Fitzpatrlck has thused over tho recent St. Patrick's is an unhung scoundrel and should Somo Carranza. friend with $3.00 ?1.25, $1.75, ?2.00 and and day celebration, especially tho par $2.50 he regarded as a viper in human been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. V. ado feature, are very ungrateful. friends RIggs, at Lebanon. that at tho meeting of form. Every in tho Division 4 In Bertrand Hall Monday land should prayerfully reflect on Mr. and Mrs. John V. McDermott ovenlng a commltteo was selected to IX THE MINORITY. ... tho following declaration of Rev. came down from Frankfort for a begin early for a parado next year will make them all sit up and hounding our different George W. Pepper, a Methodist short visit to relatives. that The women GUIDE CAREFUL take notice, one that will mark a legislative bodies and officials for minister, quoted in tho Cleveland Will E. Holly was among those record for this section. As an evivotes for women aro greatly in the Plain Dealer: from this city spending the past dence of the good done by tho recent Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly minority, the leaders of the move"As a Methodist and a Protestant week nt West Baden Springs. celebration a revival is already urged to patronize "dvijrtisers whose announcements shown by Increases in membership of ment being that class of women who of the Protestants, I can not per they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readMrs. J. J. Kavanagh, of South seek notoriety and only consider tho mit the opportunity to pass without Sixth street, has entirely recovered tho local divisions. At the meeting ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. of Division 4 the following applicaan indignant protesr from her recent attack of pneumonia. tions were proposed: John Keane, liome as a convenience. In the school uttering elections In this city the voting was against all attempts to violate the W. L. Rellly, John Barrett, Joseph THE PHIL. H0LLENBA0H CO. Deputy Jailer Pat Shea, John Burke, John M. Brennan, Joseph confined to the upper crust, who constitution by wanton and infernal AMERICAN ELEVATORS Mann and Frank Coblens returned Torpey, Mulloy, INCORPORATED Michael Martin came to tho polls in their electrics attempts to Impugn the loyalty of Tuesday from a three weeks' stay MADE IN LOUISVILLE BY Mullaney and Patrick Farrell. In In our Roman Catholic accompanied Distillers Ot or automobiles, Hot Springs, Ark. at recognition of the spfondld assistAMERICAN ELEVATOR & Catholics havo many Instances by their dusky cooks These dofamed OLD FORTUXA SOUR MASH ance given tho Hibernians in the St. Mrs. James Horan has returned Patrick's day celebratlpn Very Rev. "HOLLEXBACH" PURE RYE and domestics, whom they used to American hearts and American feelMACHINE CO. from Cloverport, where she spent a Father T. L. Crowley and tho DominiB28 W. Main St. Louisville, Ky. swell the vote for their favorites, ings, and I will never submit to tho week with her brother, Dr. MULLOY'S COFFEE can fathers were given a rising vote yet "the vote has dwindled year by imputation which Is refuted In a and Mrs. Baucuin. EXGRAVERS of thanks and sent a letter of appreyear. The women who raise tho thousand pages of history and writIs the best coffee value offered. ciation forthelr work. Tho division ten in characters of blood." Miss Anna McLaughlin, New If you want a delicious, inexpen4CHLICH ENGRAVING COMl'ANX BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY families and furnish tho children also allowed a voucher for $300 for has recovered from an Illness sive coffee, ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS Tor tho schools aro satisfied to allow ot grip that confined her to her tho new marble altar steps which REMOVE THE TAIXT. ICE CREAM have been erected In St. Louis TRY OU- Rhome for nearly two weeks. ELECTROTYPERS their husbands and male members church as a gift of the divis 1104 South Sovcntli Street WW W. Main St., vote. Ky Louisville, A few watch dogs of the constituof the family to cast the Judge and Mrs. James AV. For- ion. Phono City 6574 Home Phone City 6674 tion havo been fighting the child tune, of Jeffersonvllle, havo been 2 1.2 Lbs. UPIIOIil AMERICAN IDEALS. PUZZMXG THE REPORTERS. labor bill, charging that it en- entertaining as their guest Mrs. "SOUTHERN STAR" Mary Hays, of Easten, Ind. Special rebate ticket good for 3BOXJJNTX Rabbi Solomon Foster, in tiio croaches beyond tho Federal juris10c in trade with 2 M lbs of The Irish are fond of a joke, and SLICED BACON Assifmlng that it has "The Placo Whero Old Clothes Ar Mcsdamcs Merit New Blend. and Goodloe O'Connell often indulged them. In course of a brilliant address before diction. AH ReAdy for Your Griddle In tha O'Neal enjoyed a pleasant visit at 1843., when tho monster meetings Made to Look Like Now." the Knights of Columbus in New- technical faults, it does no greater Peweo Valley Morning" JOHN M. MULLOY, last week, the guests were proceeding, tho Peel Ministry to old principles than other ark, N. J., last week, made a plea violence HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE SPALDING DRY CLEANING CO of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harcourt. sent shorthand writers to report the 212 West Market. for tho upholding ot American legislation of recent years, passed LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. PHONES 1887. Miss Agnes Kelly, of Minneapolis, speeches of O'Connell and his (Incorporated.) and declared that men of on the assumption that Congress Ideals On one occasion, seeing Is expected to arrive soon to bo tho may regulate commerco between religious belief and prlnclplo make guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Castle-ma- "tho gentlemen of the press" asJOHN B. WATHEN tho best citizens. "I trust that the States. Wo may remember that R. JEUNESSE Jr., at their home In Audu- sembled on the platform, ready to Knights of Columbus, who repre- Congress has already taken charge bon Park. record even' word he uttered, FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER O'Connell called out to know If they sent tho highest civic Ideals, may of our morals under tho Mann act WAGOX OR VAN BUILDING COXTRAOTOR yesterday continue to grow In strength and and the drug habit act. Theso laws a Joseph P. Kelly left trip, going on had every facility and accommoda2525 West Wnbiut Street They answered six weeks' business tion necessary. to 810 YORK STREET prosper," Dr. Foster, "so are based, on tho right of the Fed Chicago, and from there through truly that everything had been done said PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY that all of us, although working eral Government to regulate trade manv of tho principal cities in tho for their rnso and comfort. It was Home Phono Shawnee 198C Phono South 1753 Loulsvlllo, Ky. along different lines, may meet in between States. in one of tho Southern counties, On the samo Northwest. where the Irish language is spoken purpose on tho broad platform un- tneory it nns made petit larceny a Miss Daisy Belle Kelioo Is home ARTHUR A. WILL TH0S. J. BR0DERI0K der the Stars and Stripes. Roman serious crime, one almost equal to from Hanover College to spend the us iften as the English, and 0 Con- rtll, glancing waggishly Catholics, Jews and Protestants, treason If committed on a railroad Easter vacation with her parents, commenced a speech In Irish, round, PLUMBIXG, GAS AND SEWERAGE: to the who aro true to their religions, I surprise a:u: dismay of the "Saxon" If certain standards Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kehoe, in find, are tho best citizens, because governing production may be proHome Phono City 4392-- J repoiters. Tho multitude Instantly 2431 Montgomery Street entered into the humor of tho joke, South Fourth street. Hereafter the they have the highest motives of scribed In tho pure food act to enMrs, John McKeirnan, who sufmeetings 1000 Zane Street citizenship. With them working in title goods to admission to interstate fered a paralytic stroke two weeks and shouts of laughter mingled with Friday of will be held on the first Home Phono Shawnee 1010 each month. the usual applause. It was a great accord, all enmity, crime and other trade, other standards may be pre- ago, is now out of danger and re- triumph thus to have baffled the covering at her home, 433 East SEE POOLEY STUDENTS NEED CLOTHES. evils must banish before them." Government through Its reporters, WM. ISGRIGG scribed in the child labor bill. There Ormsby avenue. FOR MONEY and was one of the amusing episodes CONFIDENTIAL. are still with us men who will strain The students studying at VTLIjA STILL LOOSE. RELIABLE Miss Elizabeth Kremer Is homo of a period of great personal and Mexican Seminary, supported by tho SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR at a gnat and swallow a whole from Wellesley, Mass., to spend the the political excitement. Catholic Church Extension Society, F. R. POOLEY 4105 Henry Street The capture of Villa will not caravan of camels. The States have Easter vacation with her parents, are in need of many things, espeRoom 1, Courier-JournBuilding prove' as simple a proposition as failed miserably In the regulation of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kremer, CATHOLIC ORPHAN SOCIETY. Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-cially are they in want of clothes. 415 Fourth Street people seemed to believe, for child labor. There is not only a on Cherokeo road. some It is not necessary that the clothes The Catholic Orphan Society has be new; if they are clean black the If the ruffian succeeds in eluding lack of uniformity in tho laws but FEOPX.ES PBOVTDENT ASSOCIATION Thomas M. Ryan, formerly of created an additional committee, tho students will be grateful for them. C. Q. STIGLITZ & SONS Incorporated. his pursuers for a few weeks nc thero is a great diversity in their this city but now encaged in .the members of which are Messrs. C. T. So if you have any clothes that you was organized by citizens. will becomo something of a popular enforcement. There can be no seg- cioining Dusmess in raaucan, was Faulkner, John A. Doyloand W. G. think you can give away, thero are to make MANUFACTURERS a visitor Here the first of tho week. Hume, and ivlll bo known as the quito a few young men at tho sem hero in Mexico, with the result that regation of tho evils of child labor LOANS His Loulsvlllo friends will hundreds if not thousands of Mexi- as long as thero is unrestricted to know that his prospects be glad Educational Committee. Its purpose inary who are anxiously awaiting on furniture and other personal propLouisville Made Furnaces in his is to supplement the school work them. Shoes, trousers, cassocks erty at cans will flock to his standard. In interstate commerce. Goods made new field are very promising. LOWEST SATES. of the Sisters with short and instruc- anything in fact will bo wolcome. S. Ninth St. we do not hesitate to say that by little children will drive out those deed Coleman liltig., everyday Send them to the Mexican Seminon subjects 8. K. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Mrs. Leonard Daugherty was tive talks The Chairman of requested ary, Castroville, LaCoste Station, Home Phone City 2542 tho one hope of avoiding a 16ng made In States which properly regu- hostess to her luncheon-sewin- g interest. Both Phones, 2886. club and costly struggle lies in the early late child labor. Even tho children Wednesday afternoon at the homo each boy at St. Thomas Asylum to Medina county, Texas. giving thosub- Homo 1671. Cumb. South 140-capture of the bandit. JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. W. write tho committee, are not protected, for they may be of her mother, Mrs. George apart Jec they would like to hear discussed Don't Blame tho Cook If Your Owens, in the Owens-HiHeadquarters for INiGITS OP taken by train loads from States ments. The mombers are Mes- - Those lottors disclosed tho fact that Coffee Is Not Good TASK XOT EASY. CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. which are trying to conserve the dames Leonard Daugherty, Frank more clean current literature was anything in magazines needed, 'and those See It is now recognized that the bodies and souls of their children Dugan, J. J. Kavanagh, Adrian or periodicals theyhavingwilling to Late News That Will Interest estate. us about buy and rent. real Our Coffee is Carefully Selected We sell, aro taking of Villa Is not an easy task, into States that care not how chil- Humphrey and Emory Graham. while green, then blended and donate can leave them with the 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Members Here and Weeks and months may bo required dren may be stunted physically, MONTH'S SAINTS. Hoerter Supply Company, 321 Wjest ROASTED BY US DAILY Home Phone City 4464. Jefferson street. Ono little fellow in its accomplishment if indeed mentnlly or morally bo long as the Catholicity of the church Is writes: The thero is any hope that it can be dollars roll Into the coffers of manu "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone'the "I like to read about the United Last Sunday sixty accomplished. His raid into tho facturers. The bill ought to settle admirably manifest In whomcurious candidates assemblage of saints this States and how tho Government is . United States has made him a hero tbo child labor problem. It should month of April gathers together, Our Special $3.00 Spray carried on. Tho next time you come were initiated at O'Neill, Neb. April .jo lias. been set as the dato in Mexico. Carranzlstas aro flock- put an effective stop to those who though not all are ' named in the out I would like for you to tell - Uur Cna;a1 $&.UU Wreain ing to him, and it is doubtful in- would coin wealth out of the lost calendar. St. Benedict the Moor, a mo somthing about it. Wo study for tho next joint initiation at Clnnegro lay brother. Is found In comclnnatl. Tbe largest values In Funethat does not deed whether many of the Carranza opportunities of children. pany with St. Ida, tho courtly history, but tho present time. tell us Two committees aro working tho ral Flowers ever offered in much about Please chiefs desire his capture. How J mother of tho great crusader God- tell us. something about the trouble parish and missions at Albany, Louisville, long Carranza can continue to apOre., for members. The munitions and guns sent tho frey do Bouillon, and with St. in Mexico." For prompt delivery call "223 pear friendly toward the United Mexican, outlaws are now being di Hormeneglld. King of the Visigoths, Notre Dame Council is tho only both phones. Another writes that what would both honored on the 13th lust. St. college council in the order, and States and retain his plaice as first rected against ourselves. Juliana, a nun of angelic Innocence interest him most would bo to "tell now has over 300 members. mp0immm r chief is another question. He Is of life, is hand in hand with the us about somo of the most impor Denver Council expects to have tant men and inventions in the Lent will soon pass. Spond tho once notorious sinner St. Mnry ot powerless to punish Villa or to Egypt. On the 4th and 11th two European war. It would interest n class of 100 for April 9, when CCUOhATLD maintain order in Mexico. Tho intervening time well and make of old ISIABUntB IV the most learned and illustrious the other boys." This one complains two tlmors will exemplify the first dogreos. sending of our troops across tho your Easter joyful. i doctors of the church almost Jostle that the visits havo been too short YiamsLSVK ' Iburth Awnue Loulrvrflf I' There will be a big third degree border is the proof that we recogeach other, and hard by, on tho and hopes tho committee will r exemplification at Indianapolis on ST. GEORGE'S. 16th, is St. Benedict Labre, whose main longer the next timo they come. nize his powerlessness. And stlli April 30. The fourth will be concanonization not many years ago Flowers telegraphed everywhere." . we negotiate with him and truai ferred on May 28. Last Sunday Mrs. George Goebel shocked the prim respectability of QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. Fifth to him to hold hip bandits in check took charge of the orean at St, the daintv world because he had Through the Legislative AssemColumat until we shall have found and pun George's church and will soon have been all his life wilfully a ragged The regular monthly meeting and bly the Knights of Montreal have at St. Joseph's Cathedral big initia there bus, ished Villa. TBvnrv honr incrAasuui a splendid choir there. Mrs. Goebel and not very cleanly beggar, A election of officers of the Queen's been enabled to spend up to tion. Ohio, Dayton was a worked the of Milwaukee will dedicato their team The of muoh $190,000 for the erection of a club new club house. Supreme Knight. into vfctnit va hare aflrMB rb organist flned thftt ability, and well known and scholarly Puritan the third degree. t Flaherty and Judge Scott are on. VMltlon at minister yMn of Boston, Rev, Mr. at 3:30 o'clock in the I house can only, hop 8t, paui'B and St. Helen's churches. Thayer, happening to be in Rome' afternoon of Columbus our soldiers. We During Easter week the Knights thruprogramme. Knights Hall, 816' Following high mai last Sunday h 54-In- ch .,54-in50-lnAll-wool 54-ln54-ln- ch All-wo54-in- S-- OO SPRING DRESS COTTONS 32-In- ch 38-In- 32-in- ch 45-in- SOCIETY. 42-In- ch II SPRING DRESS SILKS gun-met- al two-ton- o 40-in- non-Cathol- ic I L RELIABLE FOR BUYERS fellow-cltlzen- s. Bau-cu- Ber-trand- 's NEW BLEND 65c n, LiaJiiiajJjii "iltlilffil right-of-wa- BUILDER al L. well-know- n . 210-22- 2. ll MAW TRY LUBBERS GERMAN BANK J Sthah i and Market Sts j..u. ' o J lCKrOJKr5,,II .nH..M..H.ilia'W'H"i'H''I"HI"!"M''l'lM'-l"H"ll1l' AW?RIOAN-$2 HATS AT CHURCH OF CHRIST. Ono religion is not as good as another. Such might bo tho case if all religions were established by men. All religions were established by men, with ono exception. That exception was the religion established by Christ himself. Christ being God, could not be imperfect. Thereforo it is Impossible to Improvo on his word or work. FOKTV. HOURS. THE BEST $1, $1.50, MltMHMHWWmM4M4MMHMM HERMAN STRAUS rounrri - JBACOH&S0H We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. Tomorrow morning with solemn high mass and procession tho Forty Hours' Adoration will begin at St. Joseph's church, East Washington street, continuing until Tuesday. At tho evening services sermonB will bo dolivered, and it Is expected that largo numbers will tako advantage of this occasion to comply with their Easter duty. CARDINAL GIBBONS. Avenue . wccwpoxatco -. SONS (gJ I MARKET STREBT .. 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H. that It has graciously pleased His Holiness Pope Benedict XV. to DIVISION 1. confer upon him tho Knight Commander Cross of tho Ancient Order Meets Fourth Thursday, Liederkranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut of St. Sylvester in recognition of his Chinese explorations, which wero President Mark Ryan. mainly concerned with Christian Vice President W. L. Cushing. archeology. Dr. Holm is a'Lutheran. Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. CAUSES OP STRIKES. Secretary Financial Edwan' Gas-par- rl, z. .frM"M..H.W"M",.M.foH.W SUIvAll Funeral ;i t Yin Alt! 11 YY. CMITH'C CrkL OlUIillO DU1T and Embalmer AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Director BOTH PHONES 810. 109 ' ' MmHmtwmmMitwitimm 88 WEST TEFFERSON STREET CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y mwwwuiwuttwwvwwmwwwwmwmuiwvw 5 HOME PHONE J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 822 East JSXelIxx teet. uwumvmvMHuwuuuuuvtuwvmvHuvuMMUww AA J. Jj.f.Tntiwl l ( DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH rEr02VJE5S. Cunib. 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Riley. life have kept on soaring, and there Secretary Financial John J. is no assurance that they will not keep advancing in tho same ratio Hession, Jr. Recording Secretary Matthew Tho infor an Indefinite period. crease in wages of tho working man O'Brien. Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. bears no reasonable proportion to Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. tho increased cost of living. In Sentinel Thomas Noon. looking about for the causes of industrial upheaval these facts should DIVISION 4. not be overlooked. A reorganization of the great industries of tho eets Second and Fourth Mondays, country on a basis of justice to the uertranci Hall, Sixth Street. employer and the employe Is dePresident John H. Hennossy. manded and it must come if we Vice President Thomas Lynch. would have Industrial peace. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan. VALUE OP HOLY MASS. Recording Secretary James J. McTigho. At the hour of death the masses Treasurer Pat Connelly. you have heard will be your greatest Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s consolation. Edward Byrne. Every mass will go with you to y. m. i. judgment and plead for pardon. At every mass you can diminish the temporal nunlshment due to JLYCKIN COUNCIL, 205. your bins, more or less, according to Meets Monday Evenings at Club your fervor. House, 344 North Twenty-sixtAssisting devoutly at mass you President S. O. Hubbuch. humanity of render to tho sacred M. First Vico President F. Our Lord the greatest homage. Schaad. He supplies for many of your Second Vice President R. L. negligences and omissions. He forgives you all the venial Scheckler. Secretary, Financial F. G. Adams. sins which you aro determined to Recording w. G. Secretary avoid. you all your unknown Buckle. He forgives Treasurer G. J. Thornton. sins which you never confossed. Marshal Theo. Buckle. The power of Satan over you Is Inside Sentinel James Radlgan diminished. Outside Sentinel H. Pfeicer. You afford tho souls in purgatory the greatest possible relief. COSIINQ EVENTS. One mass heard during your life will bo of more benefit to you than 7 April Minstrel show of mnny heard for you after death. church, evening You are preserved from many St. Augustine's which only. dangers and misfortunes would otherwise have bofallen you. by HINTS ON STYLE. You shorten your purgatory every mass. Taffeta and tulle prevail In the Every mass wins for you a higher evening frocks. degree of glory in heaven. The separato skht is in for an You receive the. priest's blessing, which Our Lord ratifies In heaven. excellent season. Sad but true, all silks arc high You feel amidst a multitude of holy angels, who aro present at tho priced this year. Navy blue serge Is alawys adorable sacrifice with reverential and in good taste. awe. Pongee will be a great favorite You aro blessed in your temporal goods and affairs. for the summer wash dress. Many of the linen coats for sumPLANS I1KING DRAWN. mer follow the godet lines. The high boot will be In favor Plans for the new Preparatory all during the summer months. College for the Passionlsts Fathers Tlie handsomest now blouses are In Western New York aro being of Georgette crepo in vivid colors. drawn by a New York architect. It Among tho wraps for spring and is understood that the site will be Hemlock Grange, near Dunkirk, summer tho cape is in high favoi. Skirts are a trifle longer, cerand buildings in a group to cost $150,000 will bo eercted, possibly tainly a move In the right directhis year. The college is for train- tion. The black and white shepherd ing ybunc men for holy orders and will have accommodations for check suitings aro in high favor again. 200 students. Floating veils of embroidered tulle in black or castor are' inHOYS THEY WANT. creasingly worn. "What kind of a boy does a busiIt will take a somewhat courness man want?" repeated a shrowd, ageous girl to wear the ultra fashpractical man of many concerns the ionable high hat. other day. Black and white stripes come In In tho for approbation; but they by no "Well, I will tell you. first place, ho wants a boy who means have tho Held to themselves. doesn't know too much; business CAUSE FOR THANKS. men generally like to run their own business, and prefer someone who Two of the boys were working in will listen to their way, rather than try to teach thom new kinds; sec- the "heading" of a tunnel, shoveling ond i they want a prompt boy one away as fast as they could. One of exthem straightened up to rest his Who understands 7 o'clock as actly 7 o'clock, not ton minutes back and looking over at tho other past; third, an industrious boy, who raised his shovel and brought the is not afraid to put a llttlo extra uat of it down hard on the other work in case of need; fotfrth, an man's head. "Have you gone crazy?" tho Inhonest boy honest In his service, as well as In matters of dollars and jured man asked as ho picked himboy, self up and rubbed his head. "What cents; and fifth, a who will keep his temper If his em- happened to you?" "Why," was tho reply, "there was ployer loses his own now and then." Parents will do ,well to develop a great big spider on your head and it was just going to bite you!" their boys accordingly. "Well," said tho othor, "thank heaven you didn't have your pick MAKE PLANTS GROW. in your hand!" Both .tea and coffee grounds aro USED TO IT. good for plants and can be stirred in tho surface earth. Florists ob, on At tho recent cave-i- n tain tho grounds from largo resono of tho victims was a taurants, and they help to make the rich, black earth In which plants very heavy drinker. His body "was tho greenhouses grow so taken to his home, and some of the from boys called thoro tho next day to luxuriantly. pay their respects, McManus walked in in a long Prince Albert coat. REPLY WAS SHARP. "Too bad about Dlnny," says he Standing by tho entrance of a to the widow. "Yes," says she, "wo'ro going to large estate in the suburbs of Dublin are two hug dogs carved out of bury him Saturday. By the way, granite. An Englishman going In Mac, you were a pal of his; do you by a motor thought he would have think you could manage to be one of the pallbearers?" some fun with the Irish driver. "Manage it?" aRked McManus. "How often," he asked, "do they "Well, many a time I've carried him feed those two big dogs?" "Whenever they bark, sir," was In; I ought to be able to carry him out!" the straightforward reply. 1818-182h. 2G-2- According to official statements tho cost of living is 10 per cent, greater than it was one year ago. It was thought at that tlmo that it had reached tho limit since it was the Clancy. Treasurer Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Tim Lyons. Thomas Keenan. Jame3 English. "Thou art Peter and upon this rock I will build my church; feed my lambs; feed my sheep." Further, "The gates of hell shnli not prevail against it," and "Behold I am with you all days, even unto tho consummation of tho world." Being thereforo his church, tho church as established by Christ as Christ's own church the church is tho Church of God, tho only true apostolic church. Being the ono church, there can be no other such church. Being tho church where tho Word of God Is taught, there shall be found tho true religion; and since truth can not possibly ndmit error, and sinco perfect truth prevails with God alone, then in God's own church only can the perfect truth be found. Outsule of God's own guarantee and everlasting endowment truth can not bo found, so that other Christian churches can not consistently claim succession from Christ himself, and thereforo their teaching is not tho d or guaranteed creed, and likewise their religion, or any other roligion, can not bo as good, as true, bb tho religion of tho church founded by Jesus Christ himself. Ono religion is not as good as another. The ono religion Is that of tho church founded by Christ, the Holy Catholic Apostolic Church, of which Poter tho Fisherman was tho first Bishop at Rome, and in turn, step by step, unbroken down to Benedict XV. Union and Times. Christ-founde- At 'IMA UJI IfelLVIH PJIIIVIII1 ' a ivnini.-t- i 1 " ixmrnmsrmm .air 3. PNIIIrilUlillllllililllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillilllllllllllllllllUllllMIIMlilllll Bad arches, bunions, corns and such foot troubles are not hereditary. The babe's foot is free of all such blemishes. It is th'e shoes worn through the growing period that bring about these things. the BUSTER BROWN way the WRONG wav COLLEGE cious JUBILEE. 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. 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. Under the auspices of tho Pre Blood Fathers the silver jubilee of St. Joseph's College, Ind., will bo observed at the annual commencement in June. WOMKN IN ELECTION. Two thousand women Will serve as judges and clerks of election in Chicago this year, for which they will receive $7 per day. HINTS Put the child in Buster Brown Shaping Last Shoes and keep in these shoes until grown. Buster Brown Shoes cc no more than other shoes, and, because the child stands straight and true, look better and wear better. FOR THH HOUSE. A good pinch of salt improves any cake. A paper over the tin keeps the top from burning. Half water Instead of milk makes a lighter cake. If it goes down in tho middle your dough was too rich. To sprinkle flour in greased pans prevents cake from sticking. The cause of large holes in cake is too much baking powder. Round dining tables are smarter this season than square or oblong Priced From To S3.00 lTKtFORATED $1.50 4tnltllltHWnMMWWMMHKti FRANK FEHR BREWING C& mending most satisfactory stockings is thread for silk filoselle. Olive oil is the ideal frying fat, but it is too expensive for the ordinary purse. A pan of water in the bottom of tho oven keeps tho bottom of a cake from burning. If your cake rises in a mountain in the middle it is because your dough was too thick. Dumplings will retain their lightness if pricked open when first taken from the kettle. Filet crochet work has again come into fashion for inseits in table linen, pillow covers and curtains. Use a long handled brush for cleaning walls and ceilings, oiled dust cloths for furnituie and woodwork, and oiled mops for floors. THOMAS AQUINAS. ones. Tho Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE. EY. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE St. Thomas was born nt Rocca Secca, in Italy, In 1226. At the age of seventeen he joined the Dominican order. His learning SATISFIES THAT LONGING. was so great that he is called Oikjj "The Angel of tho Schools." when writing there came to him from tho crucifix a voice saying: "Thou hast written well of mo, INCORPORATED dost Thomas; what recompense LOUISVILLE, KY. St. Thomas an- PHONE CITY 859. thou desire?" swered: "No other than thyself, O Lord!" He died at Fossa Nuova on Home Phone 1913 March 7, 1274. Cumb. Phone West 191 THE SHOT FROM WIFK. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. McQinnis is no Adonis, and his temper is In direct ratio to his lack of personal beauty. Mrs. McOinnis also is rather peppery of tomper and is rather inclined to "get back" at her husband during the course of a quarrel. One such altorcation had been had the othor evening, but things soon quieted down and McQinnis had regained his temper and thought his wife had too. But he was speedily undeceived. Mac (liad been playing with the baby and observed: "Every time the baby looks into my face ho smiles." "Well," said wife, with an ominous gleam In her eye, "It may not bo oxactly polite of baby, but It shows he has a sense of humor." GKRM IjADEN DUST. WIEDEMANN JHCORPORATtD BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Bold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellence GRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. ' JOHN B. FRANK Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 209 WALTERS' good-uatur- od Dust is everywhere, but the worst kind of dust is that which is confined within tho four walls of a room. The dust is always because it is infested with effeto matter thrown on by numan bodies. germ-laden, LOUISVTL.L3E. KT. A Case, of Good Judgment. Order a Case f HAT edgh on him. Seventh-avenue- There was a Mutt and Jeff combination in tho gang a great big fellow workingb eslde a llttlo man. Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager Rcllly Walsh said to tho big man. "Seo, here, McKenna, you're twice Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON; as tall as Dlnny beside you, and he's as much dirt as you and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. shoveling twico aro." . "why PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. ''Well," said McKenna, shouldn't he? "He's closer to It than I am." -- FALL CITY BEER FLORISTS out-of-to- WARM OVER MEAT. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT Cut Flowers for all occasions. warm tin a roast Special attention given wrap it in thickly of meat is to orders. greased paper, and keep it covered while in tha oven. By having it covered the steam will prevent the NORTON BUILDING NEW NANZ NEUNER CO. meat from becoming hard and dry, INCORPORATED. and it will become heated through N.W. JtffwsM 57 FeKrtk Ave., amivllle. Ky.. toner FMrth in Iee time. ThA iiRBt wav to i4 .ketttoicy k xifcianar AM:Ejro,aL:e:. i x , ' ' II ,' j. j... ., .. .' WE GIVE AND RE&EEM SURETY COUPONS. ISfeJZKfigffi STEWART DRY GOODS CO. Incorporated) IN CONNECTION WITH JAMES HcCREERY & CO.. NEW YORK. SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY I WOMEN'S BARGAIN BASEMENT Shown at Stewart's Complete Assortment New 1916 Wash Goods It is creating a short market on dependable Wash Goods. Makers are already sending out advices that they will be unable to guarantee Consequently the Stewart kind of colors. Wash Goods will be hard to get. White Biltmorc Checked Voile, of a soft, sheer quality, with cords forming various size 25c checks; full !3G inches wide; a yard White Plisse, of a firm quality, in the small crinkle style, so much in demand for under. 22c Wear; a yard Wonderful Cloth the wash goods so suited to the making of children's rompers, misses' 17c middies and house dresses; a yard Handkerchief Linen, of a very sheer quality. Especially serviceable for blouses; 36 inches 75c wide ; yard M (Like Picture) NEW FOLDING POCKET PERISCOPE. So necessary is it to keep a con stnnt watch on the enemy from the trenches the soldiers have been equipped with pocket periscopes as shown in photo. This device has saved a largo number of men. fldenco in themselves. To give to social workers comprehensive and fundamental scope, in the light of 1 '' i ivr ft Js D J .85 J t &s1 v The troubled conditions abroad have affected the domestic situation by the withdrawal of weavers from American plants to secure the larger salaries offered in the munition factories. This is common knowledge. As a special "buy" In our Barer ain Basement for two lnvs tin these models (button or lace), pat cnt vamp with urny cloth top, ntTi--r At the present time we are offering full and complete assortments of qualifies which we can strongly indorse. Satisfactory choice can now be made from all kinds and styles, among which are: Women's Pumps uiuiiiiil'Y patterns; a yard multi-colore- d Printed Flaxons, in many stripes and floral . patterns; in plain and staple-stripe25c 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 SG inches wide; a yard Ivanhoo Zephyr Ginghams, in new patterns 15c and solid colors; a yard 15c in a broad range of new Woven Flaxons, IRELAND. Important of Decidedly new, and the prlco surely want a pair of most tempting. Your choice of these; patent vamp with colored all tan or tan vamp with white or white top. kid top. "Every Time Yon ran In ronrth St. look In the 'Boeton' Window!.' You unchanging and uncoinpromlsablo Christian teaching, is tho ambition of tho American Academy of ChrisRecord of the Most tian Democracy. MISSION' OPENS SUNDAY. St. William's church, Thirteenth and Oak, will open tomorrow morning with a solemn high mass at 8:30 o'clock and will continue for two weeks. This mission, which is expected to bo tho greatest in tho history of the parish, will bo conducted by the noted Passlonlst missionary, Rev. Father Adelbert, who comes from St. Louis. His assistant will be ono of tho Passlonlst fathers from tho monastery at Norwood Park, Chicago. Tomorrow morning the masses will be at 5:30, 7, 8:30 and 10:30 o'clock, and during the week at 5, C and 8 o'clock. The evening services and sermon will begin at 7:45 o'clock. Father George Connor, tho pastor, has received assurance that the two missionaries are among tho ablest and best pulpit orators of the Passlonlst order. Father Con nor will welcome all who desiro to make the mission. COLONELS VS. lUTTSPURGIL Tiie anxiously awaited mission at the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. BALL HIBERNIANS. PLAYERS What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General Raise your averNews Notes. age with a Mas-co- t Division evening. 3 Bat. Win the game with a will meot next Monday MASCOT OLDBARBEE The Best Straight Whisky On Earth JNO. T. BARBEE INCORPORATED & CO. HARRY HENRY Sole Owners Registered Diat. No. 32 Main Office and Salesroom. BOTH 726-73- 0 West Main Street. B. DRIVER A. 1. PHOHES 2635 PUIS CLEANING AND DYEING CO. INCORPORATED. 426 South Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. Our workmanship Is positively tlio best in the city, niul hacked up by a house of long standing and financially responsible. Our service not equaled. Where the QuicK Meal Comes In brightest; dono; !l Where tho work is ilrQS'llI Wlicro cooking seems lightest; real fan; Wlicro tho meal Wlicro. baking gives defcriri'i!lMr'"l8r cooked best; light; range stands . Where tho 1 vl AVhero drudge is out of tho test sight where That's the That's' where tho 'Quick Meal" comes 'Quick Meal" comes in. in. Quick Meal Gas ItaafteH Sold. Installed and Highly Ilecoinuiande1 H day evening was tho largest since its last initiation. Hon. John Ryan's words had the true Hibernian ring and gave to his hearers. Nearly all returns for the St. Patrick's day entertainment are in, the profits being the biggest in years. The attendance at the meeting of Division 1 was most gratifying. Its futuro outlook was never brighter. The St. Patrick's clay feature at Heppner, Ore., was tho organization of a division of tho Ladles' Auxiliary. Division 3 is progressing nicely with payments on its handsome club house and tho members are much enthused. William P. McDonogh will deliver a talk on tho now workmen's compensation law at tho meeting of DiAuxiliary M. May. All members had a hearty gieet-In- g for Tom Shelly at the meeting of Division 1. The attendance at Division 4 Mon- Everyone is looking forward to a big parade next year. The Ladles' Auxiliary will meet next Wednesday evening. The two divisions at Portland, Ore., will hold an Irish fair next Manager Clymer's proteges will start for homo Tuesday evening and tho Louisville fans will be given an opportunity of seeing this year's team in action next Thursday and Friday against tho Pittsburgh club in tho first of the exhibition game series. The Pittsburgh ag gregation will bo in charge of Manager Callahan, who succeeded Fred Clarke, and in the lineup are Honus Wagner, Jimmy Vlox, Bill Hinch- man and other Louisville favorites. Following the Pittsburgh series tho exhibition games are as follows: April 8, Oertels; April 9, 10 and April 12 and 11, Chicago Cubs; 13, Terre Haute; April 14, Harpers; April 15 and 10, Frankrort. This leaves one day of rest before tho opening game, which takes place Tuesday, April 18. APPRECIATION. engine. ed Isaac Glenny, ono of Newry's oldest and most esteemed citizens, died in his ono hundredth year. Tho parochial collection of Peter's penco in Down and Connor diocese for 1915 amounted to ?2,115. Tho death has occurred at an advanced age, in tho Loretto Convent, Kilkenny, of Sister Margaret Leddy. Naokelji The Rev. D. M. Fahy, O. (P., St Saviour's, Waterford, has been appointed Prior of St. Saviour's, Limerick. lin mi Tho Waterford County Council unanimously appointed Denis Doyle to tho position of Assistant County Surveyor. That you ipent for something you did not NEED would hare lUrted a Dr. Cpady, Naas, has been appointed by the Naas Board of Guard SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED Y ians dispensary medical officer of twice a year; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" Ballymoro Eustace, must De spent tor somethlig you DO NEED. The SAVING bow of the Deep regret has been occasioned in Castlebar district by tho announcedellars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. ment of tho death of Patrick McGov-erteacher. Thomas McKitterick, Dundalk, has been a member of the Dundalk Board of Guardians in room of tho lato Mrs. E. A. Duffy. Waterford County Council passod a resolution congratulating the Fifth and Court Place. Right Rev. Dr. Hackett on his bd- Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. polntment to the Bishopric of Waterford. Thomas McNamara, a farmer, was found dead on tho railway lino near Patrick's Well, Limerick. It is sup- DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN posed that ho was killed by a passing The Last Dollar I B B n, ed Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. vision 4 April 24. A now 'division Is Vhero the homo AVhero work Is quiclcly Miss dent,' at Los Angeles. of the Ladies' being organized by Phelan. the County Presi city. The Hibernian St. Patrick's day parade in Indianapolis made a profound impression, tho 5,000 men In lino making a fine appearance. Fort Wayne Hibernians did themselves proud on St. Patrick's day. Their parade and celebration was one of the largest ever held in that Seventy-fiv- e GEHER & SON, w. MA$ET ST candidates were relast Sunday at Cincinnati. County President Garrett Burke directed tho cereceived into the order monies. At the meeting of Division 4, A. O. H on Monday evening a rising vote of thanks "was given Attorney J. J. Kayanagh for his masterly nd- of the St. diess on the occasion Patrick's dny celebration, and the Secretary was Instructed to write him expressing the appreciation of tho order. Dr. Felix Gaudin, or Now Orleans, Supreme President of the Catholic Knights of America, writes Mr. Kavanagh as follows: "I read with pleasure your speech on St. Patrick's day and congratulate you on the same they are my sentiments. If Ireland Is to get homo rule wo must look to Germany's victory" to accomplish this." SIXTEENTH ANNIVERSARY. 1VtWWfc HOME TELEPHONE! The Service With the Largest List of Connections in Louisville and Suburbs. All Service Unlimited. Long Distance Connections To All Points of Importance to the Louisville Trade. Lowest Rates. THE LOUISVmDE HOME TELEPHONE CO. J INCORPORATED S his sermon tho Cardinal declared the Irish the noblest race God ever created. SOCIAL SERVICE SCHOOL. rick. Among tho notables attending tho Hibernian celebration at PortOre., were Archbishop land, Christie, Gov. Withcombe and John Dowd, who was born in County Kerry 104 years ago. Cardinal O'Connell celebrated tho memorial mass at Holy Cross Cathe dral, when 2,500 Hibernians received hdly communion. During Minnesota Hibernians suffered a great loss by tho death of their State Chaplain, Rev. Father P. J. Fox, who passed away at Janes- ville on St. Patrick's day. Right Rev. Bishop Garrigan and Hon. E. H. Whelan, of O'Neill, Neb., were tho orators at the celebration and banquot at Sioux City in honor of St. Patan BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. w Springs, N. C, which meets tho demands of a professional ideal for Catholic social service, has met Tho secwith gratifying success. ond course, now under way, has ten students. Due to tho demand for a short summer course of seven weeks during the months of July and AuguBt, the academy now feels justified in notifying tho Catholic public that such a course will bo Instituted. Hot Springs Is situated on a main line in the heart of a great mountain country, delightfully cool in the summer and easily accessible from tho North, East, South and Middle West. Beginning next fall a full year's course is planned, covering a thirty-tw- o week school period. Social service appeals to very many Catholic young ladies. In some ctles opportunities are at the door and they aro not taken hold of. Why? Because the methods and the means are not definite in the minds of those who 'see the oportunlttes but lack con- - The American Academy of Christian Democracy for Women at Hot pointed Vicars. Laurence O'Hagan, aged forty-ninof Carrickbracken, has died of grief. He had attended his mother with great devotion in her last illness, not going to bod for weeks; and on her death ho ibecame moroso MADE FINAL VOWS. and silent. Ho crept into the bed where morning at Nazar- expired she had died and lying down, Last Saturday immediately. eth Miss Mario Veenoman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Veene-maTRINITY COUNCIL. made her final vows as a Sister of Charity. Miss Veenoman There was a large attendance at had been a novice for some time past, and in religion will bo known the meeting of Trinity Council, She was Y. M. L, Monday night, at which it as Sister Lawrencetta. reared in St. John's parish and is was decided to launcn a wmriwina a nieco or the Rev. Francis o Con- campaign for 200 new members. A appointed nor, of the Cathedral, who was committee was preparations,to nialco after present and assisted at the solemn the necessary will bo which the organization ceremony. formed and tho hUBtle bogun. Chairman John Hennessy, of tho IIEIiI THIS FUND. Tho chapel .fund to which tho Literary Committee, announced that stenographers of the country are on next Monday night a very Inter bo delivered contributing Is growing fast. Five esting lecture would subject being Voor, his hundred dollars is the amount to by Dr. J. B.This lecture will be be reached, and every stenographer "Germs." sending In a dollar may give her open to the general public and all choice for a namo ,for the little are Invited to attend. The work on progressing chapel. The favorite name ao far tho bowling alleys Iscompleted by Is "The Chapel of Jesus and Mary." and Is expected to ho Whon the $500 are gathered in the the middle of May. money will be sent to some poor NOTED GUEST. missionary priest and the chapel will do much good to many souls. The Hon. John Barrell, Director Donations may bo sent to Stenographers' Chapel Fund, the Catholic General of the Fan American Union, Soolety, Extension McCormlek waa the gueat of Notre' Dame Uni versity during the last week. building, Chicago. n, Tho St. Anthony's Socloty of Holy Name church will celebrate their sixteenth anniversary on Palm Sunday, April 16, and will receive holy communion in a body at the 8 o'clock mass. The society Is composed of the mtilo members of Holy Namo church, the objects being attendance at quarterly communion and tho assistance of tho worthy poor in tho parish. The officers are M. Reichert, President; Phil Wagner, Vice President; Edward Linder, Re cording Secretary; R. M. Taylor, Financial Secretary; Frank Klein, Treasurer. Trustees Charles Smith, Dr. J. J. Connolly, Frank Hermes, Stephen Everln, Robert Gossum and Josoph 'Gunther. convictions. Tho Most Rev. Dr. Browne has appointed Very Rev. Canon Lennon, Gorey, and Very Rev. Canon Ros-slte- r, Now Ross, as Vicars Goneral for tho diocese. Very Rev. Canon Fortune, Taghmon, and Very Rov. Canon Doyle, Ferns, have been ap e, The Donegal County Council have Rev. Joseph McKeofrey, Kiliygordon, a member of tho County Infirmary Committee in room of tho lato Mgr. McLaughlin. The Castlerea District Council has decided to servo notices on the of laborers' cottages that if they did not till their plots their tenan cies will bo terminated. Tho Stabannon Parochial Hall passed a Committee resolution heartily congratulating Rev F. P. Murtagh on his promotion to tho pastoral charge of Clogher Head. At tho County Meath Assizes Justice Boyd congratulated tho grand jury on the state of the county. There was not a single criminal case. Ho regretted that tho farmers' sons had no Interest In the war. The governing body of Galway University College has as members tho Most Rev. Dr. Naugh-toVery Rey. J. A Pelly, Ballymac-warand J Galvin, Chairman Technical Committee, Roscommon. 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