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Kentucky Irish American: April 8, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916040801_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: April 8, 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 GWe This Office Your Next Order. Kentucky NO. 15. America owes much to Catholic of explorers the civilization. Without their names and record of gallant deeds the story of this republic could not bo Columbus, told. Horo they are: Do Soto, Jollct, Marquette and Do La Salle. A Catholic education did not make Lord Baltimore an enemy of freedom. Ho made Maryland n refuge for tho oppressed. Within that Commonwealth religious liberty found its first home in all tho torch-bearers IRISH American OFFICIALS d SMOKE El Nomo 10c WilHoe 5c Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 8 1916. Is given to all the peoplo to kiss the crucifix. The morning office on Holy I Saturday Begins at, j;30 with the blessing of, the new' fire. At tho church door cbals rare lighted and the officiating Jfpriest with his atImpressive Ceremonies That tendants blesses them,1 sprinkling At Frankfort Getting Even With them with holy water. Next comes tho "Deliverers" of the Precede Bright and Glorious tho blessing of;tho grains of incenso which are to be imbedded later in Easter. Labor Vote. the paschal candle. Then follows tho lighting of' tho triple candle, which Rvmlinlfitwr filnlst thn T.leht our World Begin "With Procession Com- !of the in tho and signifies that pro Gov. Stanley and Commissioner Blessed Trinity faith ceeds from tnej light communicated memorating Christ's Entry Matt Cohen-DisregarTheir to us by our rJseniSaviour. Selections. Into Jerusalem. paschal, candle is thon The blessed by thec deacon. It is not lighted at firaf to represent Christ still dead, and. the grains of incense The Blessing of the Paschal aro imbedded m tho candle to re- Hutchcraft Bill Still a Bone of call the embalnjlng in the sepulchre Candle Telling That Christ Contention in State with aromatic laplces; then comes Politics. Has Risen. lighting oly the. candlo, telling the us that Ho has risen. The sane tuary lamp is rthen lightod. The blessing of tho baptismal font also place di ring the morning's SHERLEY WITHOUT OPPOSITION takes THE TENEBRAE AND ITS MEANING office and East r holy water is pre- PRICE FIVE CENTS. but may havo a littlo rough sailing November election, as tho Presidential year has always been a handicap to our Congressman. In the off years he Is given recori majorities, but in tho Presidential contests ho travels under, a handicap. Four years ago, with Wilson running, ho only won by a small majority from an unknown, while two years ago he received a majority over tho Bull Moose and RepubReprelican nominees combined. sentative "Doc" Ryans is about the strongest of the Republican possibilities mentioned, but it is rumored that Chesley Searcy, the local controller of tho G. O. P.'s destinies, favors Joseph Lawton for the in tho , THE CHURCH Shown to Be a Friend of Education For the Masses by Icon- HOLY WEEK MOB FAKIR Anti-Cathol- ic as Lecturer Posing Ex-Prie- st Comes To oclast Editor. Catholics Grief. Riot In Haverhill, Mass., Caused by Apostle of Menace Pay Annually Over Forty Million Dollars For , Parochial Schools. world. A Catholic education did not keep Charles Carroll, of Carrollton, from addinc his name to tho American Declaration of Independence, nor prevent Gen. Phil Sheridan from becoming one of the greatest soldiers of the republic. Catholic education Doctrines. City Authorities Follshly Allow Him Use of the City The Records and Achievements and Stripes. Tills fact Is sealed by the blood of Catholics shed upon of Catholic Scholars and overy battlefield of the republic Scientists. from Lexington to Manilla Bay. HAVE never made a traitor to the Stars OPEN NEW HALL. Tho Holy Cross minstrels will open tho new Holy Cross Hall, FURNISHED NO TRAITORS r. The A. P. A. orators and organs and somo of our Protestant religious journals like tho local Baptist organs persistently state that the Catholic church and its clergy are opposed to education, repeating this so often that many havo taken up the cry without question. C. A. editor of "Windle, tho Brann's Iconoclast, replies to this class in tho following article,, entitled "Is Catholicism An Enemy of Education?" A. P. A. orators and editors spend i nit i most of their time and energies trying to prove that tho Catholic church is opposed to education for This absurd fallacy the masses. finds its base in an erroneous understanding of tho Catholic attitude toward the public school system. The church does not object to this to system because it is opposed popular education, but it believes that the child should havo a religious education, which tho public As proof of school can not give. their sincerity Catholics pay their taxes to the State for tho purpose in of supporting public schools which Protestant children are educated, and levy a special school tax against themselves in order to glvo their own children what they consider proper religious training. Criticism of our public school system, or any other American institution, Is not incompatible with patriotism. Freedom of speech and press gives all citizens tho right to express their candid opinion on such matters. Criticism is not to be l 1. feared. It tendB to correct defects CHANCELLOR VON HOLLWEG. and ImDrovo'tho standard of exccllTninftitnl anhnnla nnxt Amirl- mA Tho German Reichstag recently run natholics S40.000.000 per an- - unheld Von' Hollwee in his dispute non-Cathol- ic it Guardians of Bigotry who seek to provo that the Catholic church is an enemy of education must invent their evidence. It does not exist In any authentic record. I challenge Tom Watson, Teddy Walker and the entire array of A. P. A. orators one name to editors and demonstrable fact. In philosophy, economics, astronomy, medlclno, or any branch of science which the Catholic church refuses to accept at its face value. Among tho fallacies of A. P. Aism there is nothing more false, or more utterly absurd than the delusion that tho Catholic church is tho enemy of popular education. mm i Vpjoidfingtmofittiixea and it would cost many additional Hill. Rev. J. Franklin B'abb, pastor tho following article taken irom an will be remembered that Mr. Kling Eastern magazine and contenamg Under tho auspices of tho Educa- of the Union Congregational church, WELCOME ASSURED. millions to provide buildings for the made tho race for tho same office that the labor vote can not bo de- tional Committee of Trinity Council, opened tho meeting with a prayor, religious attending pupils now two years ago and, despite tho livered: "Proof of this Is found In Y. M. I., Dr. B. J. Voor, a member and after an Introduction by Dr. That tho officers, delegates and Instead of condemning visitors to the ninoteenth triennial schools. handicap of fighting unaided tho tho result of reecnt elections. Sen- of tho council, lectured Monday Wales, Dr. Leyden started to speak. convention of Council Catholics, Protestants should feel a Supremo different clubs and organizations ator Penrose, of Pennsylvania, op-a night on "Germs" before a large Hardly had he opened his mouth Knights will Catholic sense of gratitude for this relief the the posed by the labor leaders, had which dictate nominations for audience. Tho lecture wns both In- when ho was interrupted by thun150,000 votes, receive a hearty Kentucky welcome from higher taxes. board, made a splendid raco and plurality of of New York, whowhile structive and interesting. Trinity derous applause, which continued was will glvo its annual moonlight ex- every time ho sought to got In a If their enemies could show that from the people of Louisville when came within an aco of winning. As Gov. Glynn, devote, parochial schools do not educate, do they meet hero early next month is steamer Homer Smith word. Finally ho called upon the one of his enthusiastic supporters ex- promised tho labor figure. was Lieut. cursion on the Juno 21, and for the police for aid, but was told nothing feated by the not prepare tho future citizen for already assured. When the news pressed It, "Wo have allowed a Gov. Barry, of same Massachusetts, with on Wednesday, in life, their protest was received here last week Gen. his station select few, who dictate tho policies walking delegates' Indorsement, Fern, Grovo picnic on July 13 the could bo dono as long as tho audlwould not be unreasonable. But In Michael Relchert at once got busy of somo of our local organizations, the defeated, while Lieut. Gov. new steamer Pilgrim has been se- enco did nothing but applaud. Sevpupils of both and called a conference of State and was view of the fact that prominent recalllnc that the Jews were totally to chooso tho board members every Harding, of Ohio, who had their" cured. The voluntary membershoip eral Chlneso bombs wero exploded systems must meet each other in local and officers during bea bad honors in every Knights for Sunday afternoon at deprived of the light of faith when year, and it wouldn't a chance idea bitter enmity, was elected. Thomas campaign was inaugurated as by the youth, this interruption, and ono competition for Chairto Van Lear in Minnesota, Clyde Kelly election of James B. Kelly Edward Kerrigan, was arto allow tho people field of endeavor reveals the utter St. John's Hall. Tncre was a most they put Jesus to deatn. Tne When Dr. Leyden again In Pennsylvania, and Prof. Irving man, J. C. KIrchdorfor, Sr., as Vice rested. absurdity of the A. P. A. conten- representative attendance and encandlo is left burning, but select ono or two this year." Fisher In Pennsylvania, all candi- Chairman, and P. E. Bowling as started to speak an epidemic of Each system needs tho thusiasm was manifest on all sides. Is taken from its position, hidden tion. RECENT DEATHS. dates for Congress, and having tho Secretary. Several teams havo been coughing swept through tho audiother.' Competition is good for After the announcements had been for a time, and again brought forth Indorsement of the political labor announced and everything points to ence, and Dr. Wales then attempted both, and tends to raise the stand- read an executive committee was still burning, to signify that alMiss Mary Brldgot Powers, sister leaders, woro defeated. All of which tho hottest campaign over conducted to restore order but failed. ard of education and make public formed, Gen. Reichort being tho though Christ, tho Light of the Arrangements d by Trinity Council. While Dr. Wales was holding an and parochial schools far better unanimous choice for Chairman. World, died as man and was laid of Miss Katie Powers, passod peace- goes to provo that tho than either would be without tho The other officers are Joseph P. In the sepulchre, yet Ho never fully to rest early Tuesday morning labor leaders who trade with poli- are being mado for a buffet luncheon argumont with tho polico Dr. Ley other. No Catholic would handicap McGinn, Vice Chairman; Eugene ceased to live as God and his human at the Visitation Home, where she ticians for the labor voto and soek for tho workers at tho Tyler Hotel den, carrying his overcoat and bag, his child by giving it an inferior McCarthy, Secretary, and Henry body roso again to life. Tho total had lived for a year. Sho was sev- fat offices as part of tho trade can on Thursday, April 13. Trinity's sneaked down a back stairway to would a Bosquet, Treasurer. education, and neither Other mem- darkness (tenebrao) in tho sanc- enty years old and was formerly en- not deliver what thoy promise." Tho baseball aggregation will meet to- the polico station, whero ho asked Protestant. bers of tho committee aro Frank A. tuary, during tho Mlsororo and the gaged In tho dressmaking business. Now York Times says: "Labor is morrow morning at Lutz Park, whon to bo locked up in tho guardroom.. its there will bo a tryout for tho team Whon his escape was discovered the Thursday always being fooled through Tho State is forbidden to estab- Geher, Oscar Maier, Peter Buchhelt, prayer, reminds us of the darkness Her funeral was hold leaders." This is an error, it is that will open tho season with the crowd In the hall went out Into tho lish any church or Interfere with Nick Boslor. It was tho unanimous that spread over tho earth at our morning from St. Charles church. g tho politicians who aro "always tho religious rights of tho Indi- opinion that tho convention could Saviour's death. Tho nolso mado Bortrands on Sunday, April 1G. street and there joined 1,000 more fooled." Some day our soft- Manager Stammerman and Coach gathered outside. The mon providual. Tho constitution bars relig- be easily cared for, ana tne assur- at tho end of tho prayer, beforo the Smith, of Robert Tho funeral ious instruction in public sdhools. ances already received aro a suffi- lighted candlo Is brought back, rep- arted soventy-nlnwho resided at headed politicians will realize tills Kaiser are already confident that ceeded to tho polico station and Both public and parochial schools cient guarantee. William T. Mee- - resents tho general confusion as tho 410 South Eightecntn streot, was, Important fact. All of tho above is Trinity will be up in tho fight for the gathered outsido, while two young fall far short of perfection, but han headed a committee to confer. earth trembled, tho rocks wero split, held MondarmornlnK from St. Pat but a repetition or what nas Deen pennant this year. Tomorrow morn- men, purporting to bo reporters, their graduates never find tho in--' with tho Right Rev. uisnop uuon-aghu- tho graves opened and the veil of rick's church. For many years ho told in these columns, and no ing the members will assemble at went insido with tbo purposo of disstructlon thoy receive a handicap in a member of tho order, who the templo was rent when tho sacri- was engaged in the grocery busi- ono realizes tho truth of it now C:45 and proceed to" St. Aloyslus covering whethor Dr. Leyden was tho battle of life. Fighting side by has consented to preach the sermon fice of Calvary was consummated. ness, from which he retired bocauso more than Gov. Stanley and tho church and receive holy communion still there. They engaged him in side they attain tho highest honors at the convention mass at tho Surviving him other State officials. On Holy Thursday aro commem- of falling health. This office Is in receipt of copies In a body. Rev. Father O'Grady, conversation, and ho began, it is Messrs. Nick Boslor, orated our Lord's Last Supper with aro his wife, Mrs. Ellen Smith, and in theology, politics, literature, Cathedral. commerce, art and science. John D. William M. HIgglns and S. R. Hard-ma- n hiB apostles and tho institution of two daughters, Mrs. unaries rnomp-son of both tho famous Hutchcraft and the pastor, who is chaplain of the alleged, a- - tirade against tho Catholic religion. Soveral of tho police Green bills, tho sender noting on council, will celebrato tho mass. Rockefeller Is a product of one syswore named a committee to tho Blessed Sacrament of the Euch and Miss Lydia Smith. officers present objected to the distho margin "you aro evidently not tem and Thomas F. Ryan is a confer with tho Convention and arist. It Is sometimes called cussion and City Marshal Mack, who PREMIER SEES POPE. familiar with these 'bills," seeking other. Justice Publicity League, and through "Maundy Thursday" from the word of tho graduate Many friends and acquaintances was present, ejectod tho fakp reHughes, of tho United States Su- Chairman u. a. urown nas Deen "Mandatum" in the ceremony pi paid their respects to tho memory of to imply probably tho stereotyped Premier Asqulth, of Great Brit- porters and forbade any further repremo Court, received his prelim- pledged tho asslstanco of that body, tho washing of tho foet, which took Martin E. Kraomer, 1032 Lydla argument of the Hutchcraft suppqrt-er- a audithat tho Green bill was tho ain, was received In a private Satur- ligious discussions. inary education in public schools, who will havo special charge of the placo on the samo night. The mass street, when thoy attended his futho Hutch- ence by Popo Benedict last During this time of tho whiln fihtof Justice "White co't his lady visitors. Talks were mado by of this day dlffors from tho rest of Thursday morning at St. worst measure two and compromise day, duo chiefly to tho influence and soveral attempts toDr. Leyden made A John B. Stickler. Peter J. Dowllng. tho office, and tho notes of joy and neral a in cabs start in tho narochlal school. craft He was fifty-si- x substitute. For was benefit of Iho activity of ono of tho greatest Car- called for thd purposo, escapeeach time church. tho but Catholic education did not prevent Henrv Bosauct. Frank A. Geher and thanksgiving for this holy Bacra-me- Elizabeth's old and had long beep years Joseph Tumulty from becoming others, and though tho time is short sender tho position taken in these dinals England has ever had. Car the crowd became so threatening of the Eucharist appear in tho private secretary to tho President every arrangement will bo mado for whito vestments and ornaments of employed by tho L. and N. Railroad columns and which is voiced by dinal Oasquet, who recalls tho tinjo that ho was forced to abandon the or the united states, nor am it pre- a reception that will equal those of tho altar and in tho ringing of bolls, Company. Besides his wife, Mrs. members of both Houses is that tho when Britishers wero represented attempt. Not only woro Main, Court vent Dr. John B. Murphy, of Chi- other and larger cities. Tno uon-tr- which is not to bo hoard again Theresa Kraemor, he leaves four Administration could havo beaten in the Senate of tho Papacy by such and Winter streets Jammed with cago, from becoming tho greatest BOTH bills and that there never names as Howard, Manning, New- people, but another crowd of about Committee will also take up until Easter Saturday. Two largo sons and three daughters. surgeon of our time. was a timo aunng tno recent ses man and Vaughan. When Premier 400 had congregated at tho Boston tho work at its regular meeting hosts aro consecrated in this mass, Paris, Friday night. Another general meet- one for the sacrifice of the day, tho The remains of Paul J. Olberman, sion that the administration leaders Asqulth called on tho Pope ho was and Malno depot. Finally with the of Universities Tho Salerno, Oxford and Cambrldgo ing of tho Executlvo Committee other to be carried in solemn pro- who succumbed Saturday to tuber- were in danger of losing that con- accompanied by the Britisher Min approach of darkness the crowd disby the Catholic will bo held Sunday afternoon at 3 cession to a richly adorned "repos culosis at tho homo of his mother, trol. Tho Hutchcraft measure is a ister to tho Holy See. Newspapers persed somewhat, and whon an rere founded church in the thirteenth century. o'clock at St. John's Hall, whon re- itory." where It is kept until tho Mrs. Lavlna Olberman, 515 East spito law, pure and stmplo, and can expressed the opinion that Pope Dr. In the fourteenth century she es- ports will bo mado and further next day and thon consumed in Broadway, wero taken to Frankfort be construed to suit certain con- Benedict desired to tako advantage automobile stopped itoutsido and escaped Sunday evening, where the funeral veniences. In tho Polico Court last of Mr. Asquith'a prosenco in Rome Leyden rushed into Every what is called the mass of the perfected. tablished the Universities of Romo, preparations and interment took place. For a week one saloonkeeper was ac- to mako another effort in favor of without being molested. Ho went to Dublin, Cologne, Heldelburg and Knight in the Falls Cities Is invited resiothers. In all the centuries of tho to be present. After tho mass tho tabernacle on number of years he had been amany quitted because ho probably didn't peaco, by insisting on his previously a local hotel and registered there for understand tho law, while Thursday stated contention that an expressed tho night. Christian era her priests have been the main altar is deserted, its door dent of this city and had Leyden, who now part of tho on himself recognized as tho best educated OPENS DRUG: STORE. thrown open, and tho altars aro friends hero. Ho was a brother of another was held over to tho grand willingness to tho reciprocal con- "Dr. Leyden" and styles Thomas "Rev. mako mon of their day. Today her scholstripped of all covering and decora- William H. Olberman, of the Ken- Jury because his curtains weren't at belligerents years ago lived in a certain anglo, although no proof cessions might lead to tho opening Leyden," ars, her scientists, divide honors Bon Krusd, one of the city's best tion. Tho purpose of this is to.be tucky Distilleries Company. waB Introduced or oven hinted at of negotiations and tho ending of Brooklyn, where ho worked at the with tho greatest men of tho world. known and most experienced phar- ablo to continue the office of the printers' trado, arid after the death Among those wo And tho names of macists, has taken the drug store Tenebrae in tho evening in befitting James Donahue, a retired member that he violated tho law by selling the great conflict. It was also assorted that tho of his wife went to Boston, where Pasteur, Madam Currlo and Mar- at Hancock and Chestnut, where his gloom and without the pomp and of the local fire department and liquor on Sunday. Disregarding tho merits or demer- Popo was anxious to sot forth his ho married a young woman of the Among the master painters friends will now find him in busi- light that should coni. surround the well known throughout the city, died of the world sho placed the name of ness for himself. For many years sacred host on this commemoration Wednesday at the home of his sis- its of Councilman M. J. McDcrmott's claim to participation in tho re- Baptist faith, then turning evanRembrandt, he managed the Young drug store of the institution of tho Blessed ter, Mrs. William Gagen, 822 East measure introduced Tuesday even- spective peaco conferenco to bo held gelist. Onco during his career he Raphael, Murillo, atRubens and Da Vinci. Among her on East Broadway and becamo Eucharist. Jefferson street. Besides his sister ing concerning the employment of at tho conclusion df hostilities, the returned to Brooklyn and in No mass is offered on Good Fri- he leaves three brothers, Lawrence residents of Indiana in Louisville, basts of which claim is that ho is tempting .Jo lecturo before his forimmortal poets we find the names noted for his care and accuracy in Mr. Kruse day, but the priest consumes the and John Donahue and J. T. Smith. tho fact remains that it was an un- the spiritual head ot millions of mer associates in tho printing trades of Dante, Dryden, Pope and Shakes-per- filling prescriptions. out of thoso It was of Shakespere that starts with a new and fresh, stock sacred host which was consecrated His funeral.was held Friday morning fair attack of the Courier-Journ- reek- war. engaged on both sides in the was rotten egged and driven entitled town. His lectures aro Ingersoll said: and will be pleased to have his the day before and reserved In the from St. John's church, Rev. Father on the Councilman, the article "Why I left tho Popo's Church." "Tho lm a pin at Inn had a. state in friends visit him in his own store. repository. This is often called the Schuhmann celebrating the requiem ing with personalities, and one of "Secrets of tho Confession, for' Men CATnoLio UNivERsrrr. Shakespere's brain, whereon were the crimes charged against him was mass or the presanctlfled. The mass. Only," etc. set all tho scenes that He between that he was a "moulder." While chief feature of the ceremonies of K. OP O. LECTURE. Tho monastery and novltiato of discussing his political history the this day is the uncovering and the morn of laughter and the night M'GOORTT NOW TOESDDENT. nouns ATRIL 0. the Oblate Fathers at tho gate of writer failed to state that Mr. of tears, and where his players A. J. Chappell will deliver a lec- adoration of the crucifix. Solemn received the highest vote the Catholic University, Washingbodied forth the false and true, the ture on "National Forces" to the prayers are offered for all classes Judge John P. McGoorty was of twonty-fou- r On this Passion Sunday the Forty Councllmen in the ton, D. C, is approaching compleJoys and griefs, the careless shad' members of the local council of persons, including schismatics, the Chicago last election, which is pretty good tion. The commodious edlfico will Hours' devotions begin in this city After elected President of Saturday owe and the tragic deeps of life. Knights of Columbus next Wednes- heretics, Jews and pagans. at proof of his standing in tho com- be dedicated at the opening ot the at St. Augustine's church. Thirbrain there day evening, and as the speaker's the solemn adoration of the cross Irish Fellowship Club From Shakespere's poured a Niagara of gems, spanned reputation as an orator is well the candles on the altar are lighted its annual meeting In the Hotel La munity. Incidentally in the same scholastic year in September, and teenth and Broadway, and will con- -, favor- will mark a new departure in then elude on Tuesday. During these As known a large attendance is ex- and the sacred ministers go in pro- Salle. Ke suoceeds Attorney Pat- election the Courier-Journarch. by Fancy's seven-hue- d missionary impressive services Rev. Francis The history of the rear. a drop of dew contains the image pected. The council is preparing cession to the repository and bring rick H. O'Donnell. John other offi- ites as usual trailed in Congressman community, the greatpriests whose will Felten, the pastor, will be assisted J. KllWn, It Is conceded that of the earth and sky, so all there for another initiation to take place back the sacred host for the com- cers elected are Dr. forth in Batter Sunday and a large class pletion of the function. At the Vice President; Thomas SheaVan, Swagar Sherley will be nominated henceforth be regularly trained at by clergy from a number of the loi of life was' mirrored cal churches'. in the primary without opnoaiuon the university. cUwe of the Berries an opportunity Secretary; P. J. Byrnes, Treasurer. ' Shakespere's brain." will be initiated. beElnnlng of the office, aro sig nificant or the faith preached by the ancient prophets and by Christ Himself. The triangular shape of this stand of fifteen candles represents tho fundamental article of our faith, the mystery of tho Blessed Trinity. After each of the fourteen antiphons In the matins and lauds of tho ofcandles In the fice ono of the triangular stand is extinguished and during tho chanting of the last six verses of the Psalm Benedictus tne candles on tho altar are put out, th self-stylebo-ino, o, nt tuouyn, Whether the world be ten thousand years' old or ten million years-old- , there havo been only two really great weeks in its history one when God created the universe, and each day was marked by somo miracle of power; the other when God repaired his work, created it purified it, In a manner again, brought It back to its early sanctity by tho blood and death of his Son. Tho church la the spouse of Christ and loves to dwell with eager af fection on every scene sanctified by his presence on this earth. Hcnco sho conducts tho faithful through all tho mysteries wrought to accomplish our salvation. The ceremonies of Holy Week begin with Palm Sunday's procession commemorating entry into our Lord s triumphant Jerusalem. Tho name "Tenebrae," meaning darkness, is given to the evening services of Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of Holy Week from tho circumstance of extinguishing, during tho course of tho ceremonies, all Every lights In tho sanctuary. mark of joy or festivity is removed to indicate that tho house of God is a house of mourning during these days on account of tho sufferings and death of our Holy Redeemer and on account of our own sins and the sins of all mankind. The Psalms and lessons that aro read or chanted in these offices are expressive of our sighs and lamentations and aro terminated each day with the same prayer imploring God to look with an eye of pity on those for whom his only Son our Saviour suffered and died. Tho six dark wax candles on tho altar and the fifteen placed on ,theleptstle side 'of pared for dist ibution among the peoplo. Then follows tho solemn chanting of tho Jiltany of the Saints, the sacred ministers are vested In the joyful white vestments for tho celebration of mass, the candles on the altar are lighted, and other harbingers of- the Resurrection appear even In the floral decorations of tho altar. rThe service closes with the short Mleluia vespers and the anthem 'R sgipa' Coell, laetare, alleluia." INDORSE KLING. -J- Prior to the November election tho Kentucky Irish American predicted a close finls'h in the Stanley-Morro- w that Morrow and the Republican State nominees were gaining ground dally, and tho cause for this was at race for Governor, stating - 2L.: Board of Education, tho election for which takes plage ,next November. It j At a meeting l'b'fV tho German-America- n Alliamce "''this past week resolutions were adopted indorsing Ben W. Kling as a candidate for the ,.? If; l 7mk&m2 ... '"B BPT' Ki ."' K4 jIwK' .'LH kWlmL &fi&''SAK&&ir;TJsK' s?Kgy 11Ibbb 3dBBHHK. f Jsl hHbbbS Vrfrmm UteMBe4arylftl!mrigtwAtiM!' 4?PWflPWwi lt tributed to tho mismanagement oi the Democratic campaign by tho State Committee. It was charged in these columns that thoso in charge wero frittering away valua ble time and campaign tunas oy bargaining for tho labor voto with a tew laDor icauers, wno were so condescendingly sending out thousands of indorsements of Stanley and tho Democratic ticket, carloads of this class of literature being sent into tho sections whero union minors predominate. Tho i dorseraent would probably consist of largo photographs of Stanley, Gom-pors and one of tlio deliverers or the labor vote, the latter telling workmen that ho was putting his on tne siaio o. K. or approval Democratic ticket. Tho result was Thousands of as could bo expected. re union and other workingmen. buked tho walking delegates by voting against the Democratic ticket. That tho contentions in these columns wero amply proven it is only necessary to call attention to tho fact that realizing they had been upon. Matt Btung and imposed Cohen, the Labor Commissioner, flatly turned down tne choico or tno labor voto deliverers for the position of State Labor Inspector, while Gov. Stanley follows his lead by giving in appointthem a cold throw-dow- n ing members of tho Workmen's Compensation Board. f Jt h11.nl d and Broadway, with their big show on April 24 and 25. The old church building is being remodeled into a hall of good size with largo stage and all necessary accessories, and will bo big enough for any production that that may be undertaken for many years to come. Following the minstrel performance a unique and morry enter tainment, "A Game of Doubts," will take placo in the basement. Alderman Barney Campbell and George J. Wright will head tho receiving lino at tho minstrel show and to meet them will be worth the price of admission. Thlrty-secdn- Hall. GUARDED IN POLICE STATION syliree1e1ePtslfshewi)r 'it. n itmrt-- 11 t.AitAiinV nrntA against tho Catholic church and clergy, a .fake known aB Dr. Thomas E. Leyden, has been traveling through Massachusetts denouncing the parochial schools and nun teachers, causing riotous demonstrations wherever ho appears. It has been proven that Leyden was never a priest, but strango to say some ministers of tho gospel havo espoused his cause and aro busy promoting hl3 bigoted lectures. The following taken from a Boston paper shows tho troublo ho sows wherever appearing: After his scheduled lecturo as sailing parochial schools had been broken up by the heckling of a crowd that filled tho City Hall this afternoon, Dr. Thomas E. Leyden, of Somervllle, who advertises himself as "a converted Catholic priest," was forced to tako refuge in tho polico station and thore await darkness and tho dispersing of a mob of several thousand before making a dash in an nutomobilo to a local Despite tho Incidents of tohotel. day, however, it has been advertised that the City Hall has been for tomorrow and Dr. Leyden says ho will speak both during the afternoon and evening. When' Dr. Herbert E. Wales, a local dentist, and Chairman of the 3 meeting, this afternoon ascended tho EMBASSADOR VON BERNSTORF. platform a capacity audlenco jammed In charce of the difficult negotia the hall, while scattered through tions for Germany with the United the room were , fifteen policemen under Deputy MaFetolLlHraniW. ; States. (ta&k, st, Following the example of Slattery, who was mobbed in Chicago recently for his vilo and filthy lectures . CharlPM?HonT?aiitriarrcr '.1 al e. al forty al BZ&J&TTJCttTSr XISH AJSaCEVXtXGAXZ. 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There has been inaugurated great and wonderful plan in a greater cities for tho better brjnglng up and guidance of our children, especially for boys who under too abusive control In many places Those of develop Into criminals. great wealth are aiding in providing work for the unemployed, so that a may bo saved and man's tho habits of the professional tramp bo gradually changed into the more capable man of tho farms. In with these efforts much charity has been given so unobtrusively that it is difficult to make a reckoning of It. Added to our own poor we have not neglected those who aro homeless and sick from tho ravages of tho war; nearly every race Included In tho actual territory at war has had a representative In the United States seeking aid, and they have not returned with empty hands. It can be said that such a Lent for prayer and giving and earnest faith has been but rarely witnessed. self-respe- ct his facts; yot facts aro facts wherever found, and denial does not destroy them. It Is all too true that a vast number of Protestant, and not a few Baptist, churches are satellites of Home In thlsr silly business. It is a fact, as the Archbishop suggests, that every church that keeps Lent, and we may add Easter, which is the climax of Lent, are headed for the Eternal City Rome. The man Is not born of woman that can justify Lent and Eactcr In the light of Now Testamont teaching. Easter originated as a heathen fes-tlval, was grafted on Christianity by Rome, andpeddled but In quantities to suit the purchasers and performers. H MM gggiiyg?--" One of the Remarkable Offerings In the Stewart Spring Sale of Men's Furnishings. . It is very probable an offering like this may not be dqplicated for a year or more. These Shirts are of pure silk and silk poplin and every one in this offering is new, never having been shown previous to this sale. There is an excellent assortment of solid colors and striped patterns in all sizes. t HOSPITALITY CO.MING EVENTS. 24-2- MAY IT BE GENUINE. the work and hopes to see this tho biggest success in tho history of Silk Crepe Shirts al $4.65 You have but to investigate and see for yourself what Silk Crepe Shirts regularly sell for to realize that here is indeed an extraordinary value. fine Crepe Shirts in rich patterns of the most beautiful colors. They are These are to 17 offered in a splendid variety, in all sizes 13 1-- April 26-2- 7 Minstrel show of concession to Romanism, and Is church, evening rightly so considered by all its in- St. Augustine's telligent adherents. It Is by such only. spectacular performances May 15-1- 7 that Mackin Council's mu 's Romanism has gained a multitude sical concert, "Tin Soldiers," of advocates, and by them yet hopes Theater. to win some of Its collateral kin. May 24-2- 5 Our Lady of Mercy That roal progress Is being made In Sewing Circle May festival, at Acadthis regard will hardly bo denied by emy Hall, 1176 East Broadway. anyone at all acquainted with the June 21 Trinity Council moon ecclesiastical situation. We are fully light excursion on steamer Homer many who Smith. conscious of the fact that aro committed to this Easter tomfoolery aro actuated by tho best of motives and do not know from MOMMPffftMCMObCffi whence it same, or whither It Is going. To Protestants generally, and Baptists particularly, wo would say, Mac-auley- 5 Holy Cross minstrel Mackin Council. April that our people especially that every form of Easter show In new Holy Cross Hall, HONOR DR. WALSH. and Broadway. observance is a compliment and a Oh could see Thirty-se- cond 2 SOGIETY. "Beware!" SCOTLAND PROTESTING. C83MOKaC8C833Ctt9SaSS3 Mrs. Dan Lally had her mother, Mrs. John Waters, of Frankfort, as And now it is Scotland which is her guest last week. SHOULD SPREAD. Hardly a week passes that Miss Frances McCabe came in "SOUTHERN STAR" does not suppress Irish publications, yet some would have us be fiom Nazal eth last week to spend SLICED BACON a few days with her mother, Mrs. The Placo Where Old Clothes Ar lieve that Ireland Is entirely loyal to Catherine McCabe, In. Deer Park. All Ready for Your Griddlo in tho Made to Look Like New." Morning" John Bull and fighting to pull his Dr. Louis Frank and Mrs. Fiank SPALDING DRY CLEANING CO chestnuts out of tho fire. SAUSAGE HAMS, LARD, announce the engagement of Dr. LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. PHONES 1887. Frank's sister, Miss Carolyn Louise (Incorporated.) The British Baptist Handbook Frank, to John Alexander Pryor "COME TO IOWA." fpr 1916 shows again a decrease In Fitzgerald, of New Yoik. JOHN B. WATHEN all tho vital statistics. Tho Baptist ' R. JEUNESSE Davenport, Iowa, is actively enTho new arrival at tho home of decline Is general throughout FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER the Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Fitzpatrlck. of gaged In making arrangements for WAGON OU VAN BUILDING CONTRACTOR British Isles, and has now been con- Twelfth street, was christened last the entertainment of tho Supreme Sunday and Ills proud father now Council of tho Knights of Columbus. 2B23 West Walnut Street tinuous for ten years. 810 YORK STREET claims he has a good pair to draw which will .convene In that city on PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY to. August 1, 2 and 3. Tho tentative If a literacy test had been in force program,mo has practically boon arPhono South 1783 Home Phone Shawnee 1986 Louisville, Ky. against Immigration one hundred Mrs. Anna HUlen announces the ranged, and the 15,000 Knights of and fifty years ago, America would engagement of her daughter, Miss Columbus In Iowa and tho 40,000 or ARTHUR A. WILL . THOS. J. BRODERIOK Maiguerite to more in tho sister State of Illinois Loretta Hlllen, not have won Its Independence. Charles Thompson Edward Kllnk, are uniting in their efforts to make Third and Market. PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGR sex. Jr. The wedding will take place In this ono of tho grandest and most PREPARING .MAY FESTIVAL. June. successful conventions In tho history Home Phone City 4392-- J Realizing tho record 2431 Montgomery Street TRIPS UP. Our Lady of Mercy Sewing Circle The engagement of Miss Anno J. of the order,. mado by tho conven that has been 1000 Zane Street Is busy Lawrence Dudley Home Phone Shawnee 1010 The editor of tho Western Re- tival, bigpreparing for the May fes- Murray to The wedding willis take tion cities that havo entertained the KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS euchre and lotto to be Supremo Council in the past, the corder, a local Baptist paper, pub- given Wednesday Easter. The and Thursday place immediately after 110 South Knights of the Middle West are SEE POOLEY couple will teslde at lishes extracts from the Lenten WM. ISGRIGG awaro of tho fact that they havp afternoon and night, May 24 and 25, d street. FOR MONEY CONFIDENTIAL regulations as published in the In the Academy Hall, 1176 East assumed a gigantic undertaking, but Lato News That Will Interest SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR RELIABLE Catholic Record, and sneeringly Broadway, Handsome prizes are beMrs. Zach Wheat,,a former Louis-vlll- o tho "Come to Iowa" slogan has been Members Here and P. R. POOLEY 4105 Henry Street girl, who was Miss Daisy Fore bo widely circulated In Knights of refers to tho different dispensations. ing made by ladles of tho circle, and circles Room 1, Courier-Journd that Davenport Building man, Is hero on a visit to relatives Columbus In a crudo attempt at humor he In addition to these Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-china, the work of the Sisters, will and .friends. She expects to join her and tho Hawkeye State promise to 415 Fourth Street mentions the different foods allowed be included. An extra prize will bo husband on tho first visit of tho more than raako good on their Northsldo Council at Cincinnati and Intimates that on Sunday Cath- given at each of the four perform- Brooklyn ball club In Cincinnati. PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION has passed the 300 mark. 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS Incorporated. olics may dissipate as that Is not a ances. To each person who dis. Forty-tw- o '' candidates formed the uns organized by citizens penny chance Mrs, Thomas Ryan, West BroadMISSION A SUCCESS. day of Lent. As an evldenco that poses of ten to make recent class initiated at Xenia, Ohio. MANUFACTURERS d books china way, will soon remove to Paducah, the humor of tho Baptist gentleman vase or on the a LOANS The new year Initiation have The mission opened last Sunday d fish set china where her husband has engaged in Is forced is shown in another article, plato will bo given. All are invited tho men's clothing and furnishings at St. William's church, Thirteenth added largely o tho membership on furniture 'and other personal propLouisville Made Furnaces erty at when he drops his humorous style to be present at tho festival as the business. Mrs. Ryan has been and Oak, has been most gratifying everywhere XOWEST RATES. 2 S. Ninth St. prominent in Catholic social circles, to Rev. George Connor, the pastor, Tomorrow will bo a big day in Coleman HUis., and shows that tho more and more Sisters and sewing circle ladles prom- Where she will be greatly missed. the attendance of women at all the Denver, 100 candidates being ready dome Phone City 2542 S. K. Cor. Third and Jefferson. generous observance of Lent Is ise a merry time. 13oth Phones, 2886. cervices being unexpectedly largo. for initiation. galling to his narrow views, his proMACKIN'S MUSICAL CONCEIT. Next week the evnlng services will The National Bowlers' Association THREE HOURS' AGONY. Thou. 11. Kennedy Louis D. Coady be for the men, the mission closing trophy was won by tho Commodore JOHN II. O'LEAKY & CO. test being headed "The Greater the For tho men Barry Council team of Chicago. Tho Mackin Council Choral Club on I'aim Sunday. KENNEDY-COADCO. Headquarters for a movement to promote a re Is to havo another show. Pity;" every preparation has been made, Incorporated erent was a great Last Threo Cardinal Farley, Archbishop of of thoobservance" of thequ GoodHours Soldiers," a musical conceit In "Tin and doubtless the church will be day for Sunday week of Columbus, CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. two Divine Agony tho Knights Fri MEN'S FURNISHINGS anything In New York, In a recent sermon says: day, crowded both and night. Seo in being Tho mission Is morningconducted by Ohio. Eighty men were Initiated estate. us about buy and rent. real the author Is worthy of romark that some cisco, first undertakenyear San Fran- conceptions, being We sell, 631 WEST WALNUT STREET "It Gal., in the 1910, has Aulyn E. Kanston. into Council 400. Tho Choral the two eloquent Passlonlsts, fifty years ago, as many of the older resulted in so general an observ Home Phono, City 7662 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Club has not been before tho pub- Adelbert and Father Edwin, Father W. J. Morlarty, of St. Louis, repwhose persons can remember, Lent and Its ance on the part of the laity that lic LOUISVILLE, KY. ' for three seasons, and those who convincing sermons create a lasting resentative of the Supreme Council, Homo Phono City 4464. fasts and devotions were matters of one out of every fifteen of a popu havo read tho story and heard the reports tho order very progressive ridicule to those outside her fold. lation of 500,000 people In that music of, "Tin Soldiers" pionounce Impression. through tho South. Siva your toy as ducatlon that win But what do wo seo today? Churches city are taken from the nursult of It the best of Mackln's successes. prepars tbim for Ufa. Dispensation has been granted LAID TO REST. which never opened their doors the secular occupations of the day, A chorus of forty-eigtalented Covington Knights to receive the during Lent except oh Sunday aro from the highways and byways of young people has been diligently It ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE The funeral of Edna Cecilia fourth degree at Cincinnati. now open, some of them every day, j life, to tho sanctuary, where at the for tho bast fivo weeks daughter may be further extended. 113 W, Broadway, Hoalsvilla, SCjr. and others several times a week, foot of the cross, In meditation and under the direction of tho author Augustus, the for special services. Business men In prayer, the- fruits of tho passion and Prof. Arthur Becker, and the of Mr. and Mrs. William J, Augus- on The fourth degree exemplification Conducted by the Xaveriaa Brother May 30 at Cincinnati will be the Classical. tus, Jr., 320 East Cassln avenue, Scientific and Dualnex and places of amusementwtako note land death of Our Lord and Saviour work thus far gives promise of Lart; tho of Lent Lent Is a factor In present .flood In upon tho souls of those a real entertainment In the finished was held Sunday afternoon from St. most elaborate function held". .Knights Courses, Preparatory Department.Oymea-lum- . Swimming- pool. Well Equipped church, FatUer day lire. The other day l saw a gainerea to inus nmngiy commem- - production. The cast is composed Philip Nerl conducting Rev. solemn of that city havo ever Terras Uoiwai. firo James. Dlr the Lively Interest has been displayed So of seven porbong, and in this re Ackermann flaming cross on a church and a orate the Sacrifice of Calvary, Six services. classmates acted April sign, 'Lent Is tho time to take stock; deslrablo does It seem that the spect tho Choral Club is expected as pallbearers little tenderly laid the in the initiation to be held on be a at tho average rato of ono priest 30 at Indianapolis. It will I saw similar movement should spread until It to spring a numbor of surprises remains to restand a come to church.' d hours. In red letter day for tho Hoosier every twenty-tw- o may when tho personnel of the same is .signs In a dozen places. And these f"au nav? oecomo nauon-wiagrave Louis cemetery. Little eeu announced later. "Tin Soldiers" Edna, in St.was a bright and lovable Knjghts. Tho UW. t,""1 uo "Pe. u,ai "" churches. UsBBraHstVviisi l 1srlljWTnK who BOTTOMLESS. ' Rev. M. J. Ripple. O. P.. of the . ro4aAca5,t'cad for will be presented at Macauley's on child, died of outsfde world, especially those who heart trouble pn tho St. Louis Bertrand missionary band, May 15, 1C and 17. Tho manageany Christianity, are grad- - " women or v profess Pat Tho Lakes of Klllarney, sir, our nation, and that ment Is very enthusiastic over the Friday preceding. For the bereaved conducted a most successful retreat autl I.O.1, ,in. .ii... and brother neighbors and this past week for the Knights of have no bottom. ha come to new show and is composed of the parents express ?n.VE5if "rIthta a few to light at the altar of the slncoie sympathy. Tourist How do your prove being that from Ea8t to Wegt( from following members: Louis J. Klef-fe- r, friends Toledo, Cathedral tho that? ch2.roT .1. North to South, during those Three thronged every night. Manager: Thomas D. Cllnes, Fortunately or unfortunately, this Hours of the Divine Agony the hum WILL HEAL SKIN. Pat Why, sir, Felix O'Garrahan Fifth G. Buckel, representative of Rome has merely of' the busy mart will be hushed as Tieasurer; WilliamThornton, W.Secwas reported drowned in there retary; George J, ONE KVKRY DAY. A "healing ointment for rough A. fold .the plain truth In. this regard, the hearts of the people throughout Link, J. Guy whilo in swimming last year and evln and Frank skin is made by mixing thoroughly that his the land are lifted up to the dying Geiler. We could vincerely hop The priesthood la the United about six months after that his China asking her to send him his. President Sebastian O. one' part of bismuth to threo pait wish were the only foundation for Saviour. Hubbiwfthjs also actively engaged in of fMt vaseline, States last year received additions mother, had a letter from him from clothe. t "To protect girls from moral dangers," Is the primary object of tho Girls' Protective League which quietly camojnto existence in New York City almost a year ago, and just as quietly has become perfected Into an organization of twenty-eigbranches with a membership of nlmost 2,500 girls. It was an outgrowth of tho New York Probation and Protective Association and first E. was suggested by Miss Maude inquisitive Five thousand Miner. eyes are being "trained to watch for the person( b&$ho man or woman, who harbors designs upon tho moral welfare of the working girls of New York City. These girls aro not detectives they do not go about eternally on the watch for the evildoer jjut they are trained through the work done for them by the Girls' Protective League to know when conditions are dangerous to the morals of girls In a factory, at a dance hall, In a motion plcturo theater, In a furnished room house, or Such condi on a recreation pier. tions aro reported to the officers of tho league, who take tho matter up with the proper civic organization or official, or make an investigation themselves, and steps aro taken to better the conditions or to keep unprotected girls away from such places. This league has saved many young women. It has a field in all our cities and should be spread everywhere by women who aro professing Interest In tho welfare of their ht protesting against tho tactics of John Bull, ns is shown by the following extracts from 'he "Thistle," published at Edinburgh: "We deem It our duty to draw tho attention of the Scottish people throughout tho world, so far as our humble means permit, to tho degradation which con9ur English stantly lnlllct on us by their per sistent efforts to Anglicize our country, and to treat us and regard us as being 'Englishmen' and not as 'Scotsmen.' This 1b a degradation of our position in tho, empire which mustfebjeAreslstedj. strenuously and persistently,' unUIHftJlsr brought to an end." Again tho "Thistle" calls e to account for condemning Prussia in Its treatment of Belgium and calls his attention to tho breaking of tho treaty made be tween England und Scotland. fellow-citizeLloyd-Georg- Mrs. Ed B. Maher has returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kelley at Leltchfleld. Al M. Herrmann left Sunday night for a six weeks' .trip through the West and Northwest. Mrs. James Sullivan has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brent at Botland, Nelson county. Malone, of the Highlands, left last week to spend a month In New York and the East. Miss Katherine have leturned from where they visited Yeakel and family. Mrs. Mts. Ed Yeakel and son Fred Brandenburg, Mts. Laura William Mandlehr has returned from Frankfort, wheie she was called by the illness of her father, Jorry Bilslan. His many Louisville friends were glad to learn that Jerry Brlslan, of Fiankfort, is lecoverlng fiom an illness that last week was critical. ing which have ever inspired the only nobility to which it accords special marks of consideration, selects every year from among the millions of Catholic lay workers some one whoso markedly meritorious endeavor has mado him worthy of tho Leataro Medal. This year tho unlversltly's emblem of distinction is conferred upon James Josenh Walsh. M. D.. Ph. D.. LL. D whose services to the cause "of Catholicity and science havo won for him among many other distinguished honors that of receiving Notre Dame's most signal attestation of approval. Dr. Walsh's life and labors make him peculiarly worthy of a place in tho long roster of Laetare medalists, which Includes such names as those of John Gllmary Shea, historian; Patrick J. Keeley, architect; Eliza Allen Starr, art critic; Gen. John Newton, civil engineer; Patrick V. Hickoy, editor; Anna Hanson Dorsey, novelist; William J. Onahan, publicist; Daniel Dougherty, orator; Henry W. F. Brownson, soldier and scholar; Patrick Donahue, pioneer publisher; Augustin Daly, theatrical manager; William Rosccrans, soldier; Anna T. Sadller, author; Thomas A. physician; Timothy E. Howard, jurist; John Creighton, philanthropist; W. Bourko Cochran, lawyer; John B. Murphy, surgeon; Charles J. Bonaparte, statesman; Richard C. Kerfcnst philanthropist; philanThomas B. Fitzpatrlck, thropist; Francis J. Quinlan, surgeon; Katherine E. Cqnway, author and journalist; Edward Douglas White, jurist, and Mary V. Merrick, social worker. Dr. Walsh was born in Archibald, Pa., on April 12, 1865, and received his early education at the Sisters of Mercy parochial school at Wllkesbarre, From St. John's College, Fordhnm, he received tho degree of A. B. In 1884 and A. M. In 1885. Ho prosecutea his medical studies at the University of Pennsylvania and did post graduate and original research work at the Universities of Vienna, Paris and Berlin. Em-me- tt, Of tho Catholic church It has been aptly said that it recognizes no peerage save tho aristocracy of merit. The University of Notre Dame, as a leading exponent of those high ideals in Christian learn- MADRAS SHIRTS MEN'S HOSIERY $1.00 remarkable group of Shirts, including all sizes, in both soft and laundered cuff style, in Shirts of fine madras in the season's newest patterns. We have never had a dollar Shirt offering equal to this one. A 65c An extraordinary lot of Men's Fine Silk Hosiery, which is to be had in both black and white. This Hosiery is all silk and at the wearing points. This is a wonderful value. Men's Neckwear Men's Neckwear Men's Hosiery 65c 95c 95c Rich Silk. Scarfs, of a heavy Men's Hosiery, in solid and Men's Silk Scarfs, in the broad, flowing end style, in qnality, in exceptional and striped patterns, of a wondera complete variety of choice attractive patterns. They are ful quality of imported and full and broad. accordion silk. patterns. Boys' 1 RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize "dvijrtisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVILLE AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS tCHLICU ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVER8 ELECTROTYPERS ISC W. Main St., Louisville, Ky Homo Phone City 5674 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM 110-- Confirmation Suits Now is THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED Distillers Of CO. BY & the time and Levy's is the place to get them OLD PORTUNA "HOLLENBACH" 528 W..Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE LoalsTUle.' Ky The "Confirmation Suit" is a specialty in this store we have studied for fifty-fiv- e years how to give you thebestand most for your money. They are beautifully made of the best fabrics obtainabl e pleasingly styled and carefully tailored; with Knickerbockerknee pants or long pants. They are positively the best that can be made at their respective prices. $4.00 and upwards. South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 LEVY'S BUILDER Thljty-secon- I hnud-painte- al L. one-doll- ar well-know- n hand-painte- hand-painte- 210-22- -- A Y ht GERMAN BANK ld - I - e, flower-covere- we non-Cathol- ic K.11 i.. ye" and Market Sts. iCjai:arxjOBrsr ixkx&xz AJsaa&xtioAxx 11 .M f HH H i ''M"M j h What the Club Plan Is AND tiiiniMiiiiHiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiMmiiiiimiiM HERMAN STRAUS SONS J i rUUNin AYCNUC mutfriJSfMCU MAKXCT 5THCET ' What It Means to You The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and simply for the convenience ot our patrons, who wish to buy Household Goods, such as Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, etc. When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent, of the amount of your purchases for Joining; for Instance be 7Gc. I MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, Inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- I mtKA ' ? TrSfWSrBflTEWWWffc 'i iWlBrfi.il aiffiT " UJIIklLVm P J1VAV1II1 I fti W0 t Tho membership fee on a $25.00 pitrchnso would , Tho membership fee on a $50.00 purchase would be $1.50. Tho membership fee on greater purchases would of course be In proportion. You are then asked to pay 10 per cent, of your total purchase For Instance, on a J25.00 purchase you as the first payment. pay $2.50 down in addition to the membership fee, making a total T of J3.25. The goods nre then delivered to you and you arrange to . pay the balance In small weekly or monthly pa;ments. 2 1.3 Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for 10c In trade with 2 lbs. of 2 NEW BLEND 65c wuiiinitiiiiHiiiiiHiiiiiHiiiniiiiiiiHiiiiiiinniiiiiiiuuiHiuiiiiimnHJWfHi New Blend. JOHN M. MULL0Y, 312 West Market. 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. thb BUSTER TYPICAL FOLLOWER OF VILLA. BROWN way SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. O. H. Photo shows the typo of tho roving bands of outlaws under Villa whose revolting crimes havo caused tho United States Government to issue orders to the army to take them, "Dead or alive." the WRONG WAV J When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are will purchased at our cash prices whether special or regular you (ann .i...1M eu At... uui mnmlmvaliln tan fa nnMitncv In nnmno mure mean mat muiuuoiouiii ow a uwvu.u& u wwuudu.i with the additional coat Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments. FUKNITUItE, RUGS, MOUSE FURNISHINGS AND CAIU'ETS, OI1IER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON TnE CLUB l'LAN. DIVISION 1. Meets T regarding the Club Plan will be Any further information cheerfully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Cushlng. Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Secretary Financial Edward Clancy. Fourth Thursday, Llederkranz CONDITIONS With Which Workers Are Con fronted and Which Require Correction. The Government and the Living Wage For American Workers. trlbutlng Superfluous Wealth," appearing in the forthcoming April Issue of the official organ of tho Central Bureau of the Central Ver-elIts perusal will well reward any Catholic man or woman and will reveal an Important principle which is sometimes lost to view. C. B. of C. V. n. 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. FT if It is short shoct 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. I Treasurer jBACONasoH' I I Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Tim Lyons. Thomas Keenan. James English. PHAYEU I ON" KISING. fin V8 VrARS yoj5vf "" 12 :) 1 f l J3 ( ' We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. DIVISION 3. First and Third Monday at Hibernian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. President Lawrence J. Mackey. Vice President John J. Riley. Hession, O'Brien. rise up with God, May Ho rise up with me, Waking, sleeping, rising, May his arm around me bo. Amen. Prayers of tho Gael. BUILDS NEW CHURCH. Tho Rev. Eugene Bertillo Is erect- V viahs vtars VtASr Put the child in Buster Brown Shaping Last Shoes v. l'l ta- 4"4 4'4 - H"M4 - - I - tW''l"frI":"l''H' Financial Recording Sergeant-at-Arm- s Jr. Secretary John J. and keep in these shoes until grown. Butter Brown Shoes cel no more than other shoes, and, because the child stands straight and true, look better and wear better. Secretary Daniel M. Matthew ' Treasurer Sentinel KiRAN W. SMITH'S SON- AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Thomas Noon. Dougherty. Kalaher. ing a nice new church What tho Testimony of an Ar- Samuels Station, brick diocese. at this It lington Cemetery Grave will be a brick structure and will replace the old St. Gregory church, Digger Showed. which become too has small the congregation that Father nip. tillo has built SHELBYV1LLE. Ber- Priced From To $3.00 jNespoitfl.TEn $1.50 for 'Si. Bortrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. More necessary for the welfare Langan. Recording Secretary James J. of a nation than defense from foes from without is the preservation of McTighe. BOTH PHONES 810. equitable social conditions among Treasurer Pat Connelly. tho citizenship. No extended stateSentinel M. J. McDermott. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. ment is needed In proof of that fact. The wastage of men's lives, the seething discontent and unrest, the Y. M. I. loss of valuable energy to the Commonwealth, which unjust and unMAOICIN COUNCIL, 205. healthy conditions a State Meets Monday Evenings at Club produce, spell the within disintegration MmVMWUMWMUmUiVVmUMimVMMWMMUUWUWtWW House, 344 North Twenty-sixtand decay of any country, no matCUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y home phone ter how great its resources or how President S. O. Hubbuch. M. First Vice President F. brilliant Its achievements. Tho first and most intense activities of Schaad. Second Vice President R. L. a nation should, on that account, be devoted to the securing and mainScheckler. Financial Secretary, F. O. Adams. tenance of an equitable state of afRecording Secretary O. fairs within Its own domains. Tho W. assurance of a living wage to all Buckle. workers is certainly the most vital Treasurer G. J. Thornton. matter to demand attention. It Marshal Thoo. Buckle. seen that all men are should Inside Sentinel James Radigan. secured bo their right to live In as beOutside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. comes their status as human beings. UUHVWMHWVtWUMHUWUUUiUUMMUUUiVVUMWUUM Not alone is this a matter of expediency, but or the strictest jusCATHOLIC KNIGHTS. tice, as we well know from our Next Friday night tho Central Catholic teachings. Dr. John Committee, Catholic Knights of has shown that quite lucidly Its monthly in his widely known work on "A America, will hold meeting at St. John's Hall, Clay and Living Wage." Walnut, to which all members of It is Instructive to know, In tho tho order are Invited. This will be light of these things, that a living a most Important meeting, as It will wage is not paid by tho Government 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, bo determined what part tho body of this country to some of tis emwill take when tho Supremo Coun- ployes In the Federal service. This cil convention meets here. There Is brought out In tho hearings beare many active mon among tho fore the House committee considCentral Committee delegates, and ering tho Nolan wage bill providing President Ben Kruse and Secretary for a minimum of $3 a day for Henry Schulten will have some In- Government workers. PXXOMTISS. r, A teresting information from tho Sufor example, employed in Homo City 200S Cunib. Main 200Sa preme officers. They ask that all Arlington National Cemetery, told delegates be present. ,Mt.,Tnti-of his efforts to support his family on his wage of ?40 per month. "Ho MISSION" AT ST. JOSEPH'S. began his story steadily," the report In the New Yoik Evening Post of Rev. Vincent Trost, O. F. M., will March 22 declares, proas LADIES, AVOID THE RUSH open a week's mission at St. Jo- gressed, telling how"but was ho imnos- seph's church at the high mass at slble for him to buy itmeat for his Bring your last year's hat to 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. wire and two children, tears came us early and save money by Funeral Directors Father Trost is one of tho ablest of to his eyes, his chin quivered and having it reblocked in tho newtho Franciscan pulpit orators and finally his words became Inaudible." est shape. has conducted successful missions Ernbalmers. my per "Out at other churches here. Each even said, "I of $8 $40 rent, month." ho pay o for Wo Have Forty New Shapes To ?5 for $27 BIO HVEJHIC A.VJEC1VJ15 ing at 7:30 thoanservices will con- other and the otherWe eatpays all our Select From English sermon sist of rosary, expenses. beans and and benediction. Every morning hominy principally. Wo never have Our method of roblocking, T4eboe 1822. mass will be at 5:15. followed by meat. Even beans cleaning and dyeing has proven and homlnv are a short instruction. The closing going up. I remember when a great success. Our forty years on Sunday of business is our guarantee. First Communion Books exorcises p.will bewhen Palm will bo weio eight cents a quart, now beans they m.. at 7:30 there When you bring your hat to aro twenty." on day his sermon, renewal of baptismal vows, testimony, despite the heavyofrain, us you are bringing It to a rethe ROSARIES Papal benediction and bonediction five graves had been dug and he liable Louisville concern and you of tho Blessed Sacrament. will get the best attention. camo to the witness stand bespat SCAPULAR MEDALS tered witn muci. "Those graves aro Our Prices 75c and $1 HUPIHSE FOR STEBIjEH. hard to dig," he declared. "Many a See oar hcw book, ''How to Gel timo I Heading a largo delegation of In waterhavo been up to my knees Falls City Straw Works Ma.ried." mud, digging just for friends with a band of music Police the sake and my wife and children. Every Devotional Article here. of Court Clerk Will Holley went to tho Eight years I have been thero, and No trouble to show gooda. 71 S West Jefferson Street homo of Al Steblor in South Louis when ask for North Side ville Wednesday evening and pre 'Well, Iyou know a raise thoy say, Rogers Church Goods Co. sented him with a chest of silver In If you don't like what you can do it.' God knows d blrtlulaj). how we honor of his lived had my 129 S. FOURTH AVE. Al was taken by surprise, but re- wife not would havesomo sewing." taken in HOME INDUSTRY PATRONIZE sponded gamely and set 'em up In Other witnesses testified that as a handsome style to his visitors. result of small wages Installment Or Br GETTING A TIN housos thrive on tho workers. OHOHAIi UNION' ACTIVJ3. A situation such as this shows us most with BUG AND ROACH KILLER The Catholic Choral Union, which Which vividly tho conditions which and has boon heard ln several produc- require wo are confronted Government for Eonaa We are Headquarter The Cleaning- Material! auch at linseed Oil tions of a very high standard, will can not correction.to allow Its workcontinue Matchless Bdap, Scouring Powders, present tho beautiful cantata. "Olaf people to bo Liquid Furniture and Office Polishes, thus underpaid. It Trygvasson," shortly after Easter. must set the example in Disinfectants, Germ Sillers, Etc the grant Regular rehearsals aro being, hejd or a living wage to all that are in Its on Thursday evenings at St. e An Hall unde,r tho direction of employ. the equal duty to properly and Prof. Anthony Molongraft. The reward rests workingall men wltli women employers Choral Union invites membors of throughout tho United States, Catholic choirs of tho city to join Justice demands that they do these with them at once. o things; in that way will that bo established of which LAHOKST OIIOAN IN" TUB WOULD. Pope order spoke. Leo That there Is The owan in St. iPaul's Cathedral. London, is the largest in the needed a much better dsltributlon .country wprld, and the position of organist of "wealth in this day mustthan exreadily ists at the present is regarded aa the highest musical be acknowledged by all. A 'great We are alio Headquarters for Sick and Diseased Rooms. post In tho British Empire. The responsibility rests upon the posses investigate Our New Free organ, with its five banks of keys, sors or property and economic, Ltuisville Chemical Co. E was originally built by Fr. Bernard power In tilts' matter and beyond Delivery Service. Incorporated a. celebrated German or- that! Schmidt, This la very elearly pointed 8KB OUR ADS IN THIS TIMB8, gan builder, Xmm ?koae, Otty between the years out .in an article from the sen of HBRALD AND POST. SOUTH THIRD 8TRBBT ll-Dr. Ryan, "The Duty of Dle-ioji una ioov. DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, HHMttHmttHltHHHHIHImiKH FRANK FEHR BREWING CO JUST DISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH Funeral Director and Embalmeri ;809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET;;; The Rev. Father Celestlno Brey, pastor of Holy Cross church, went to Shelbyvllle last Sunday afternoon and at night was greeted by a large congregation, when ho preached an eloquent and convincing sermon on "Tho God or Mercy" at the Church or tho Annunciation. SISTERS' COLLEGE. The new building of the Sisters College, connected with tho Catholic University nnd known as tho administration building, is about completed, and the beautiful chapel was recently dedicated. It will hold 120, and is greatly appreciated by all the ntudent Sisters, whose relig-io'- u lived will in the future center in this large and elegant rhapol. They are prorouudly gratoful to the generous donois or the building. NOW ON AVAY. MWiwmnmwmitI ss AM Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILIiB. KY. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE h. J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 822 3Eo.st W Main Unreet. H4"HHK-::4-MHW"MII""I"M-I"MH- an DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTTi Funeral Directors BOTH - Right Rev. Dennis J. Dougherty, or Buffalo, t who has been head of the Jaro diocese In tho Philippine Islands since 1908, is now on his way to this country. In a cablegram received last week Bishop Dougherty said he expected to arrive in Vancouver on May 6. It Is not definitely known when he will arrive in Buffalo, but it will be early In June, when a welcome will be tendered him in keeping with the importance of the diocese. Bishop-elec- OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. and Ernbalmers GREAT GEIOLVN BAZAR. Tho 1 grave-digge- H.B0SSBS0N and their turn at the entrance crate. Tho total numhor nf vlnltr.ro rose to 1,000,000. Best or nil, the bazar has helped to create a better fenllncr nninnc Hm oltlmno or the. great metropolis. This bazar nas aone mucn to allay tlio feeling or bitterness against things German or Tor how-over Now York has netted the sum of $750,000 for tho reller or tho war suuerers. Nignt alter night PHONE CITY 859. thousands or men stood Tor hours In the slush and nnnu nnd nlont JOHN E. held at crcat Germnn ohnrltv lmznr JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE. KY, lng FRAOTG WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery a German-America- n. car-far- RELIGIOUS STATISTICS. 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. LODISVUiLEJ. TELEPHONE 209 E?, forty-secon- TO-SA- T OECEMO - "ffH IV rl Boni-faic- equl-tabl- The forthcominir vear bnok nf tlm Federal Council of tho Churches or Christ in Amorica gives tho world membership or the Catholic church as 272,800,000, the Protestants as lYi.bou.uuu, and tho Eastern Orthodox Catholics as lao.nnn nnn Tho continental distribution or those as Christians, classed including Protestants, Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox Catholics, is as follows: In Elirouo the Ilnmnn Catholics predominate, numbering i83.YUO.ouo; the Eastern Orthodox Catholics are second, numbering 98,000,000; Protestants aro third, numbering 93.000,000. In North America tho Protestants aro first, numbering 65,000,000; Roman Catholics second, numbering 36,700,000 In South America Catholics aro first, numbering 36,200,000; tho Protestants being given at only 400,000 In Asia tho Eastern Orthodox Catholics aro first, numbering 17,200,000, Protestants aro second, numbering 6,000,000; Roman Catholics third, with 5,500,000. In Africa tho Eastern Orthodox Catholics aro first, numbering 3,800,000; Protestants second, with 2,750,000, and Roman Catholics third, with 2,500,000. In Oceania the Roman Catholics are first, with 8,200,00; Protestants second, with 4,500,000. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and i you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. 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The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. ONE DOLLAR' Sixty-one-year-old German Insurance Bantt Second and Market Under the Bi Clock State Government SnprviioB. EDW. A. AXMAN MtMMi J. HENNESSY DAN HOME PHONE CITY 3238 Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. Hennessy UPSTAIRS Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS STORE. BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. pioneers of Nelson many years he was a leading and successful dry goods morchant of Franklin. He served as Mayor of In Franklin in 1875 and 1876. 1882 ho was chosen cashier of the McElwain-MeguIBank. In 1870 Mr. Larue was united in marriage W. JeffersBM Street with Mlsa Mary C. Finn, a daugh425 ter of John A. Finn, who was one of the best known lawyers Southern Kentucky has ever known. Ho la survived by a widow, who is a prominent church and club woman; three sons, win Larue, J. uaii of Larue, editor and publisher Franklin Favorite, and John Larue, an insurance man; two daughters, Misses Mamie and Nell Larue, and one sister. Mrs. E. D. Williams. His funeral took place Monday morning, attended by people from all the surroundlnj? country, Hev. Father T. J. Hayes, of Bowling Green, conducting tho solemn ar on John Timlin has been The fans will get their first view Castlobar Urban Council in room of We're Prepared to Do It Promptly League baseball his late father. of tho Federal At tho Armagh Assizes, Judge Style. stars when Joo Tinker's Chicago and in First-Clas-s Cubs hook up with our Colonels to- PIm congratulated tho grand jury morrow afternoon, this being tho on tho peaceful state of tho county. first of a series of four games nnd Father Murphy, Castlobar, has it would not be surprising, judging been transferred to Aughagower, befrom tho class shown by the Col- ing replaced by Father Gibbons, of onels thus far, to see them get at Kllmecna. Cincinnati initiation. an even break with tho NaA resulution was adopted at the Tho national conventions of tho least Leaguers. If there is one Dublin Corporation meeting protestAuxiliary will tional attached to our great na- ing against A. O. H. and Ladles' feature the increased taxation be held in Boston In July. tional pastime pleasing to the fans of Ireland. Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, The Hibernian Social Club, of Di- It is heavy hitting on tho part of Rev. Father Casey, Trim, has vision 3, will probably givo another the home team, and with tho ac- been appointed to Beauparc, and Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. quisition of Whiteman and Kraft, Father Murphy, Beauparc, has beon moonlight excursion this season. Dance and Wedding Invitations Tho press throughout tho country couplled with Daniels, Platte and appointed to Trim. gave special mention to our success- Corridou. wo aro sure to see many The death has occurred at her long drives in Eclipse Park this a Specialty. ful St. Patrick's day celebration here. Galway, of Mrs. Burke, season. With fair weathor tomor- residence, Rev. T. Burko, Secretary Councilman M. J. McDormott HOME PHONE 946. row tho crowd should rival that of mother of to the Most Rev. Dr. O'Dea. the rumor that ho intends to opening day. move to New Albany or Jeffcrson-vill- e. Miss M. Hackett, in religion Sis ter M. Kovin, daughter of tho lato AMTA3IBRA. James Hackett, Monaghan, has been just held at At the initiation now Young8town, Ohio, forty-on- e Saturday evening Al Sirat Cara received into the Mercy order at members were admitted into the van, of tho Order of Alhambra, Ardee Convent. OlO composed of The sudden death of John Col of members order. the Will McDonogh, of Division 4; will Knights of Columbus, held Its an- lins, Traleo merchant, Is much relecture on tho now workmen's com- nual meeting and election of offi- gretted. As he was dressing to atpensation law at tho meeting of cers, followed by an elaborate ban- tend mass he collapsed and expired quet at the Tyler Hotel. Tho offi- In a few minutes. April 24. Kirchdorfer, Tho Siigo County Council adopted Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 State Treasurer Joseph Casey has cers elected were J. C. Thomas D. Grand the Roscommon resolution calling THE undertaken tho organization of a Clincs, Commander; Vice Grand Commander; for tho repeal of the insurance act, new division at Newark, Ohio, that Carl J. Breckel, Grand Scribe; Fred which has proved n detriment to promises well. A, Bauer, Chamberlain; Ed the people of Ireland. President McLaughlin L. Andriot,Grand National Scrlbo of Exchequer; When John Crotty was returning doing effective work for Charles G. Klapheke, Captain of has been to Castlerea the proposed monumont to the the Guard; A. J. Chappell, Master from Ballymacarbery riding the animal he was threw INCORPORATED "Nuns of the Battlefield." of Oasis; Al C. Brand, Master of him and broko his neck. His death Pursuant to action taken at the Wardrobe; John P. Kenealy, Sen- was almost Instantaneous. last State convention the Hibernians tinel of the Tower; Sid M. Raffo, At a recruiting meeting held in of Wisconsin havo organized a new Sentinel of the Desert; Camden R. Capt. Kelly, who life insurance department. McAtee, Historian. Al Sirat Cara- represented the Lord Lieutenant, of van is the oldest in the South, and T. Thompson, Miss Minnie recruiting had Worcester; Mrs. Agnes Read, of since its organization has instituted said that County Leltrlm.proved a Bold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, exceltest failure in Fitchburg, and Miss Mary Whalen, Darro Caravan at New Orleans and 9 QRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. The death haa occurred at Inis-tiog- e of Gardnor, aro tho Cook county, Talavera Caravan at Memphis. Anof Miss Alice Kavanagh, at Mass., delegate's to the Ladies' Aux- other is being organized at St. the great ago of 101 years. Sho Louis and its installation also will iliary national convention. men. had enjoyed good health up to a Auxiliary of Rome, bo conducted by the Louisville likely short tlmo before her death. FIX THAT FAN FORJ,YOU The Ladies' anni- Al Sirat Caravan will most N. Y., observed its fifteenth New schools at Abbeyfealo have AND DO THB WORK QUICKLiY AND RIGHT versary with a dinner, at which the hold an initiation during the meet- just been completed. This is the ing the Knights Bettor look over your fans NOW nnd lat an repair the National Secretary, Mrs. Mary Con-nel- l, Stateof Council here In of Columbus third set of schools erected within May. and the members of Division of about thirty will receive A class the past three years by Canon Lee, oatK which seed it BEFORE IT GETS REALLY HOT. the de3 and their wives were guests. Van? SMi-Jigree which will give tho caravan at a total cost of about $20,000. CO. iM- approximately 150 members. The death is in announced INCORPORATED. TAKES FATHER'S PLACE. Thurles of Patrick Fanning, aged 333 WEST MAIN STREET Phone 135 eighty-siHe was ono of tho fow cinmcn a beauty. John S. Lovett. for a number of living of tho arrest of rears an active and valiant mem St. Louis Bertrand's church. Sixth William O'Brien after the Ballln-gar- y ber of the local fire department, was and Oak, which affair of 1847. last week promoted from ladderman Father Crowley hastho Very Rev. The body of Patrick Fennely, to Captain of the No. 4 Engino with new frescoing had beautified and windows aged forty, of Abbeylelx, who had Company, succeeding his father, December 27, Capt. Michael J. Lovett, who was nnd myriads of electric lights, can been missing sinco unequalled in The Best Straight Whisky On Earth retired after over twenty years of now claim to be be seen to ho the was found in tho River Nore. Tho ap Coroner's Jury found a verdict of South, and must Injuries received in a preciated. service. new marble altar accidental drowning. The collision of tho No. 4 Engino ComTho death In his eighty-fourt- h pany's hose wagon with an east-bou- rail and steps, tho latter the girt or to Division 4, street car at Sixteenth and its richness A. O. H., add mucn the year of Ed O'Connor, a prominent INCORPORATED beauty, and and Market streets last December were interior appears much larger. All merchant, of Ferns, Is deeply re Sole Owners Registered Hint. No. 33 gretted In North Wexford. Ho was J. responsible for Capt. Michael contemplated improvements Lovctt's retirement. Ho was badly the yet quite finished, but it is aro a brother of Very Rev. Canon Main Office' and 'Salesroom, 726-73- 0 exWest Main Street. O'Connor, Enniscorthy. the collision and .one of the not hurt in for men, Edward J. Rider, a substitute pected they will be completed one Longford Tho Assizes were always fireman, was killed. Capt. John S. the Easter celebration, held in this opened in the Crown Court, LongLovett was appointed a member of of the most imposing During hia ford, by Justice Dodd, who was precountry. H. J. BAHNON, LAWRENCE P. IANN0K, JR.. J. VEENEHAM. the department in 1907. His ex- section of the Prior, sented with white golves by Denis time f, Viet fm. & Trus. Prts. t Hf r. cellent record caused tho Board of years, here as Crowley not jrpt twoal Kerrigan, as there was SttnUry. hasewftphe-nomonFather Public Safety to appoint him to tho no criminal business to transact. and surprising work "for position which his father filled with church and 'Tho following polico stations in St. Louis Bertrand's such credit. congregation, who give him oarnest Mcath have beon abolished: Ticroghan and Moyglare. support in his every undertaking. FRANKLIN. polico There aro still thirty-on- e stations in a county where it is adSewer Calvart Pips, EDDSYING RETREAT. and Gloom pervaded Franklin mitted that less than a dozen Baasaa's Patent LiiiaA Pipe for Steam Ceariaita, tho county last Saturday when it would be sufficient. Tho four days' retreat conducted became known that James Larue, Wall CepiBrf, Draia Tile, Vitrifies of Columbus and former Mayor and one of that sec- for tho Knights Society by COVINGTON; Fire Proofing, Flae LiBiaa1, Fire BricK tho Very tho Holy Name tion's most prominent men, had Grate and Boiler Tile, Groan Fire Clay, Chimney T op. rest. James Rev. J. R. Meagher, O. P., at SL nassed into eternal years old, John Powers, fifty-nin- e Larue was born in Franklin sevn-ty-thre- e Louis Bertrand's church, will come died Friday night at his homo, 2000 OPFICB S28 WEST JEFFERSON years ago a,nd was tho son to a successful close tomorrow leaving Covipgton, Pearl street, of John Larue, who was one of the night, when there will he an HOME PHONES CITY 573-178- 8. CUMB. MAIN 507. procession. Each evening many friends who mourn his death. county. For co-opt- Wisconsin has now thirty divisions. Division 4 will meet next Monday' evening. Concllman Tom Dolan, of Division 1, Is behind a movement to censor picturo shows. Seventy-flv- e candidates wore received Into tho order at tho recent V, COLONELS VS. COBS. PRINTING do-ni- es KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN WBST ORSN STREET. rl WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Carlck-on-Shann- --4 yo jjn r WE'LL CHIX.DERS ELECTRIC x. es OLDBARBEE JNO. T. BARBEE & nd CO. Miiinminniiii MMIMMUOMMMMM Sub-sherif- Car-lansto- P. BANNON PIPE CO. i Irlt. vo tho number attending showed a marked increase, while enthusiasm grow apace. The services begun with the recitation of tho Rosary, followed by a sermon by Father Meagher, who is the Provincial of tho Dominican order of tho Eastern province and unsurpassed as a pulpit orator. Tomorrow morning at 7:30 o'clock those who have made the retreat will recelvo holy com munion in a body. In the evening there will be compline singing by a chancel choir of young men, an in novation here, the services closing with the Papal blessing and the benediction of the Blessed OATnOMO FEDERATION. o and highly reHe was an spected member- of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and for thirty years had been with tho C. and O. railroad. His son Thomas, who is a student at tho Jesuit College at St Louis, was at his father's bedside when tho end came. The funeral took place Monday morning from St Mary's Cathedral, and was ono of. the largest seen there for Homo time. old-tim- WORKS---- 1 1 H1 i 1 iI 3th aart Breck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and lOth. I H"l 1 it H 18 1 It 9 U IIIHIHI Vili 0 1 r H 1 X ti KBHfkaYMfdajBBnenfJ DR. 713-71- HHBuHKJpaH fc3tMaSa'-Cs J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. SOUTH SEVENTH STREET X a., S. 2S9l. VALUABLE DONATIONS. jWRxSSuSSBBBBl NATIVE OF LIMERICK. H. 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