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Kentucky Irish American: January 13, 1917 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 kec1917011301_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: January 13, 1917 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 $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 Next Order. Tour Kentucky Irish American NO. 2. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1917. And then (the cry goes out, up tho nunneries! Let the light of day Into them! They are houses of shame jand oppression!' "What has become of our American manhood, thaE it can stand by untouched with indignation; that men, alien to American principles of fair play and manly honor, Bhould to rob masquerade in its namp women of their honor and fair fame and of thelr.Just rights under our laws to receive just and equal j treatment?" Who wrote the above paragraphs? clipped from No doubt they ate some Catholic paper, or Hhey may be Uio words of some spellbinder who was addressing tho Holy Name Society. Do you think so? Wrong. These paragraphs! appeared years ago in an Episcopalian paper. They were printed at fhe height of the A. P. A. agitation.) It Is to no one's credit that they are still applicable. The paper that contained them should send somejclrculatlon agents down to Georgia and Florida L Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVIIL PRICE FIVE CENTS. n WITH ROME Desire For Unity Expressed by Non-Catholics death. 'Open rat? "? Li .HH&r f Ya ' 16, POLITICIANS Look For An Early Call by Gov. Stanley of tho General Assembly. Forward Club and Ilaly Crowd Will Attempt to Muddle Affairs. Growing Demand For McNnlly to Iletire From Contest ' For Sheriff. Bib FIELD FOR THE PRIMARY on Many Occasions. i The Kcmarkablo Utterances of the Great "William Makepeace Thackeray. Men Sincerely Wish For Unity Which Master Himself Loved. DESIRABLE i DIVISION FAR FROM c The desire for the unity of Christendom crops out among men of serious minds on many occasions. The longing for the renewal of the onenos3 of the church which existed prior to the great revolt of the sixteenth century has particularly increased since the out break of the great European struggle. At the beginning of the war n number of religious periodicals published articles which reflected this feeling, which tho nationalism and helplessness of the Protestant sects in the face of tho conflict has served to increase. It was felt, as it has long been felt, that Protestantism has somehow failed of its supposed great purpose that it has been a force for destruction rather than for construction, that the division which it created was far from desirable. It is particularly interesting to note this recognition of the error of tho Protestant revolt and on the eve the desire to correct it anniversary of the four hundredth of tho beginning of this revolt. For this year marks the commemoration of Luther's break with the church, which has been marked for celebration among all Protestant peoples. There are many men, long before the present, who have expressed this longing for unity with the See of Peter. In the most unexpected places it will bo found set down. Who would look for example to "The Newcomes" of William Makepeace Thackeray for such a statement! Very few would expect to And it there. And yet there it Is, and it is put in the letter of Cllve to Pendennis. "Thero Neweome must be moments," the son of the iovable old Colonel says, "in Rome every man of especially, when friendly heart, who writes himself English and Protestant, must feel a pang at thinking that ho and his countrymen are insulated from European Christendom. An ocean separates us. From one short or tho other one can see the neighbor cliffs on clear days, one must wish sometimes that there were no stormy gulf between us; and from Canterbury to Rome a pilgrim could pass, and not drown beyond Dover. Of tho beautiful parts of the great Mother Church I believe among us many people have no idea; wo think of lazy friars, of pining cloistered virgins, of ignorant peasants worshipping wood and stone, bought and sold indulgences, absolutions, and the like commonplace of Protestant satire! Lo! Yonder inscription, which blazes around tho dome of tho temple, so great and glorious it looks "llko heaven almost, and as If the words were wrlten in stars, it proclaims to all tho world that this is Peter, and on this rock tho church shall bo built, against which hell shall not prevail. Under the bronze canopy his throne is lit with lights that have burned before it for ages. Round this stupendous chamber are ranged the. grandees of his court. Faith seems to be realized in their marble figures. Some of them were alive but yesterday; others to be blessed as they walk the world even now doubtless; and the commissioners of heaven, hero holding their court a hundred years hence, shall authoritatively announce their beatification. The signs of their powers shall not be wanting. They heal the sick, open tho eyes of the blind, cause the lame to walk today as they did eighteen centuries ago. Are 'there not crowds ready to bear witness to Isn't there a their wonders? tribunal appointed to try their claims; advocates to plead for and against; prelates and clergy and multitudes of faithful to back and believe them! Thus you shall kiss the hand of a priest today, who has given his to a friar whoso bones are already beginning to work miracles, who has been the disciple of another whom tho church has just proclaimed a saint hand in hand they hold their way by one another till tho line is lost In heaven." Then he expresses a regret that he can not believe these things a regret which beneath his humor has a touch of sadness.. Thero is indeed something pitiful in all this. It shows tho great evil which the reformation created. Men who befeel a lieve In Christ naturally great desire to be united in the worship of Him. They do sincerely wish for that unity which the Master himself loved so well and which He produced in the foundation of his church, against which the gates of hell shall not prevail. It is to bo hoped that In "this four hundredth year of the reformation's inauguration, a great movement will set in among men to bring about the real unity of his fold once more. Catholics without exception should pray for this and in addition endeavor in kindneaa whenever it be possible to Impress thte Idea on their non-Catho- lic FBlBUm m tin JJvcsaTrihJorT: NEW EMPEROR ;I ' -- Nflfcp', -- U AND FAMILY. Austria-Hungary, With tho title of Charles I., toe is acclaimed ruler of succeeding his uncle, Francis .Toseph, who ruled for years, tho longest reign in modern history. friends. occasion sixty-eig- ht FAMOUS CATER PILLER "FORTS." These traveling forts, built on tho idea of the caterplller farm quick Are cannon and machlno traction, heavily armored, carrying guns, havo created havoo. Mr. Shaw uttered tho above statement with an air of great deliberation. As ho spoke his slight Irish accent was accentuated and he gave one tho Immediate Impression of earnestness "Do you 'think," I inquired, "that Says tho Kaiser Can "War at the British masses have any moro confidence in Lloyd George than in Least One Hundred Asquith, and do you believe that Years. such men as Lord Devenport, about whom Ben Tlllet, Secretary of the Dealers and Transport Workers' Union, once hysterically prayed at Briton Asserts That Teutons Are a strike meeting, 'God strike Lord Devenport dead; Lord Milner, Lord Both Inexhaustible and Curzon, Lord Dhoudda, Sir I. Mac-la- y and others command the confiDisgusted. dence of tho British Democracy?" "I don't know," Shaw answered. "All the gentlemen you name have to Peace Terras That Would Have been careful not of put their popularity, or that their party, to Intelligence and Moral the test of a general election since the war began, and they are not Weight. likely to do so, especially since tho result of tho Australian conscription referendum has opened their eyes to tho fact that the predominant OFFER sentiment roused by tho war is simVIEWS ON GERMANY'S ply loathing of it, and agonizing doubt whether it is really Inevitable or was ever necessary." George Bernard Shaw, the noted author and philosopher, recently LADIES INSTALL. V. intervlewed"in London by-Connolly, of the Chicago Tribune, At tho meeting of tho Ladles' was asked did he think that the Auxiliary, A. O. H., on January 3, proposals of Germany for a state- the officers for 1917 wore installed ment by the Allies as to their terms by the County President, Miss Mary of peace should be considered seri- Corcoran, as follows: ously toy England, France, Russia President Mrs. D. J. Dougherty. and Italy or merely brushed aside Vice President Mrs. Delia Ban- as an insincere diplomatic move on non. Margaret Recording Secretary the part of tho Central Powers. "What are wo coming to that It Hourigan. should bo possible to ask such a Flanciul Secretary Mayme Dona emquestion?" exclaimed Shaw hue. phatically. "To take the proposals Treasurer Lily Callahan. Sergoant-at-Arm- s Belle O'Con with anything short of tho deepest seriousness would bo an exhibition nell. of frivolity .In the face of horrible Sentinel Mrs. John Waterman. calamity which could only bo char Chairlady Standing Committee acterized as levoltlng blackguard- Mrs. Martin Sheehan. ism. It would put us In a position Tho retiring officers were pre of Inexcusably moral inferiority. We sented with an emblem pin of the have no right to assume that it order as a slight token of appre was meant to do so; but if It was, ciation of their good work during It is our business to see that it their term of office. Thoy were does not succeed." Misses NelHo Nolan, Elizabeth Cal"Is It your opinion that Germany lahan, Ella Downey and Mrs. John is so exhausted by the war that she Meyer. All members are urgently Is honestly desirous of peace, or requested to be present at tno next aro her proposals, as a section of meeting, January 17, as business of Importance Is to bo transacted. tho press declares, merely bluff?" "Germany can not bo exhausted After tho meeting there will bo a by tho war," was tho reply. "The lotto for membors only. Central empires can afford to go on fighting for a hundred years as well MACKIN COUNCIL. as the Allies can. But Germany, TUTnMrln f?mitlfll Mllh hmlSA WAS being human, Is necessarily disgustmade thronged Monday night to witness ed, damaged, disillusioned, miserable by the war, and must be the installation or officers anu near honestly desirous of peace. So are the annual reports. President Seb all the other belligerents. It is the Hubtouoh was jubilant over tho vaunted desiro for war to the last showing for the past year, and shilling and the last man that is promisea tnat wnn tno support oi the mpmbers thero would be no debt dishonest and insincere." "Then do you think tho Allies Tonintnlne on J.inuarv 1 next. Vin ought to discuss peace? If so, what cent .Smith, a former President of terms should they offer Germany?" Mackin, was the installing onicer "Of course they ought to discuss and made an address that was well peace," was Shaw's response. "In received. After taking the chair every war peaco should bo contin- President Hubuch announced tho ually discussed from tho beginning standing committees and then inuntil it is actually achioved. As to troduced Rev. Father Driscoll, Secwho terms, they should offer add demand retary to Bishop O'Donaghue, tho hest torms they think they can was happy in his remarks. Father get. But this leaves open tho ques- Driscoll urged and the tion of whether they Bhould aim at attendance of members at meetings, tho best terms for their reigning and thus tho success of the council dynasties, according to the Ideas and would ho assured. Rev. Francis ambitions or Kings ana courts, or Felten, tho Supremo Chaplain, spoke at the best terms for Europe and words or aavico ana encouragement the world. For instanco, if they as did also wnnam m. mggi offer to agree to tho independence Thomas uuaay, Dranic Auams of Poland, provided it be made a tho newly instaiiea oaicer; republic, and the internationaliza the suggestion or Treasi tion of Constantinople ana tno Thornton a commute straits. Instead of making it an ap pointed to arrango for. panage of the Czar at the expense the members or juac of the Sublime Porto;. If they agree voune men of tho taat neither a German nor an Eng- on Passion Sunday ruler munlon day for lish ruler or a German-Englis- h can bo tolerated in Greece, and that tho routlno had ho must bo replaced by President journment wa Venlzelos or somo other Greek citi- nasium, wne zen, with appropriate republican in- had provide stitutions; in short, if instead of and cigars.) gabbing about the rights of small a fine start nationalities, to bo used as handy little properties to settlo their own Hohenzollerns on, they would emThe Cil brace the future boldly as tho chainpIonB of democracy, then their have not terms will have intelligence and branches i moral weight and be worth fight- bor, one ing for. But if they aim only at a New Orlil division of the spoils betwoen King sourl. Tweedledum and King Tweedledee, assisted It will not matter twopence to you cers in or me what the terms are, providtoh ing they are an excuse for stopping ' thanked slaughter and ruin." bringing the Mneeless This year gives them the for such a (message. C. B. of C. V. GOOD. This Inspiring and Manly Defense of Catholic Church and Religion. Sources of the Cry For Inspection of Our Convents and JOHN M RILEY, President Division 3, A. 0. H. RECENT DEATHS. e, SHAW CHURCH UNITY OCTAVE. Again are wo ncarlng the time for the Church Unity Octave, tho dates being tho feast of St. Peter's Chair, January 18, to that of the Conversion of St. Paul, January 15. This unity of prayer has ibeen eminently successful. Further effort will bring Increased results. It will bo recalled that tho Octavo of Prayer for Church Unity originated in 1908 with the Lamp, which was at the time an Anglican publica tion. Many Catholics at onco endorsed tho idea and united with Anglicans in tfts observance. Less than two years from the first observance of the Octavo came tho reception into the Catholic church of tho Society of tho Atonement and along with it of the Lamp. The corporate submission of the Benedictine Monks of Caldoy, and the Benedictine Nuns of Milford Haven, South Wales, In tho winter of 1913, has been attributed as duo in, a jmeaauro to their faithful obsorvanco'bT13fe''Ocfavo of "Prayer. In December, 1909, tho Octavo received the sanction and blessing of Popo Pius X. This was followed by that of Their Eminences Cardinal Farley, O'Connell, Gibbons and Still later Cardinal Falconlo. Bourne, of Westminster, and Cardinal Logue, of Ireland, and Cardinal Begin, of Quebec, gave their approval of tho Octave. Meantime many Archbishops and Bishops in tho United States, Canada and England gavo their endorsement and support. Every year it is increas ingly observed by religious com munities of both men and women and tho Catholic faithful In all parts of tho world. Now the present Popo, Benedict XV., has given his unqualified approval, and In his letter says: "The present letter will' bo In force forever, anything to the contrary notwithstanding." pro-Rom- an Nunneries. Those Who Stood Before the Horrors of the Yellow Fever, FROM AN Thomas MorrisBey, aged soventy-thredied early) Tuesday morning at his residence, 1916 South Second street. He was a member of the Holy Name church, from where the funeral was held Thursday morning, Rev. Father O'Connor celebrating the requiem mass. Legislature to discuss tho proposed and much needed tax revision, and If perchance tho membors of that body become unruly, which is possible, and did nothing, then tho and Forward Club mombers would raise a hue and cry, blaming the Governor and say that ho should never havo called them together. Now that thero is a popular demand for tho called session, Gov. Stanley will respond to that demand, and if there is any blocking of tho measures to be introduced for tax reform that blocking will come from the State administration enemies, which includes tho machlno, tho Forward Club and the Louisville Herald, tho latter a persistent baiter of the Governor for some unknown reason, the attacks being more of a personal than political nature. As an illustration, Gov. Stanley's defiance of the mob and his courage in doing bo was lauded by tho Kentucky press with but few exceptions, and naturally in lino with past policy the Herald was one of theso Haly-Beckham An early call of the General Assembly Is expected and Gov. Stanley has foiled tho clique who attempted to force him into a hurriedly called session of tho Haly-Beckha- m EPISCOPALIAN Friends sympathize with William C. and Blanche Steber White in the death of their Infant son Joseph C, whoso funeral took place Sunday afternoon from tho resiPAPER dence, 2714 South Third street, the body being tenderly laid to rest in St. Louis cemetery. nineteen-- HIBERNIANS BOOmNG. A splendid attendance of the membors of Division 4 were present Monday evening in Bertrand Hall to witness the Installation of the now officers of Division 4, A. O. H., toy County President Jonn H. Hennessy, who was out of tho Presi dential chair for the second time in sixteen years. Tho following mem bers were added to tho roster of Division 4, having transferred from Division 1: John Ryan, John J. Barry, Peter Cuslok, P. H. Callahan, John F. Sullivan, Edward O. O'Con nor, Thomas J. Dolan, Edward D. Clancy, Patrick King. Dave O'Con nell, Dan Sullivan, R. J. Hagan, Mark Ryan. Thomas Keenan, Will- lain Cushlng, James Dugan, Martin Dugan and Daniel McCarthy. In addition to these the applications of W. C. Murphy and John E. Roche were received, causing the newly-electPresident, Thomas Lynch, to state that ho believed tho division would doublo its membership in tho next six months. Short talks were made toy Mark Ryan, Thomas Dolan, C. J. Ford, Patrick King and Will-laCushlng. Very Rev. Father Crowley, the division chaplain, advised tho members to begin early on tho St. Patrick's day celebration and predicted bright things for Died m vision 4. SOCIAL CLUB ELECTS. Tho Catholic Knights of America Social Club at a meeting Sunday at If nf A. flrfl ln- fvlted to be present at the next meet ing, the date to be pubiisnea later on. About thirty mombers attended Mnm1ia.a 1ia Cl St. John's Hall elected the following officers: President Joseph A. Flock. Secretary Miss F. McDermott Treasurer Thomas P. McGinn. Sergeant-at-Arm- s P. Schwind. Tho Social Club was organized for the purpose of bringing tho youngor members of the various branches together in order to become better acquainted. All of the rt the meeting, and all were predicting nothing but Bucces for the new club, and with the enthusiasm will shown last Sunday aueeese come vary easily. Miss "If the Roman Catholic church year-old Margaret Lesshafft, the daughter of Henry is . .against the laws of the land let it be Lesshafft, died Monday night at her shown. If there be anything in its home, 1742 Boiling avenue, the vicconstitution that Is in plain stat- tim of tuberculosis. Her funeral utory cotnradictlon to our laws and was held Thursday morning from constitution, let it be so decided by St. George's church, attended by competent authority. If its relig- sorrowing friends and relatives. ious houses be houses of Infamy, and its priests and nuns the vilest Sincere sympathy is felt for Mr. of tho vile, let it be so charged and and Mrs. August J. Schuetter, 1701 proved by others than apostates, de- West Main street, whoso llttlo son graded for drunkenness or licen- Raymond was stricken with appentiousness. dicitis that caused his death. Be"Men who call themselves minis- sides his parents ho is survived by ters of Christ do not hesitate to several brothers and sisters. His give credence and circulation to funeral was held Sunday afternoon stories, which if true, except in at St. Patrick's church. rare instances, would present to us a riddle which no man could solve; Following a long illness Mrs. namely that no part of the Chris- Mnrv Tlnllnnd. aired tian church can show a more in- widow of Peter Holand, passed into domitable courage and devotion, a eternal rest early jvionaay morning. more tireless spirit for tho con- TVin riiront piiuso of her death was version of heathen men and sav- cancer, and hor suffering was borne ages, at every cost of comfort, of with Christian patience and forti ease, of home, of wordly advantage, tude. Her funeral was neia Tuesof life itself, than the Roman Cath- day from tho Cathedral. olic church. Her priests penetrate Into every heathen fastness; her in IreMiss Bottle Mackoy, Sisters forego the natural weakness land seventy years ago, born for tho but of their womanhood, to minister to past fourteen years a resident at tho dying, on tho field 615 West Homo, They are found by tho Visitation died at that instituof slaughter. day and by night in the plague-swe- Walnut street, night of bronchial cities of the land and in the tion Monday e hospitals amid the dead and the pneumonia. Miss Mackoy was in church work and was a suffering. When, In dying and from member of tho Cathedral, Memphis and New Orleans, Protestwhere the funeral was held Thursant ministers lied like craven cow- day morning. ards, many of them, before the horrors of yellow fever, Roman CathMonday morning the funeral of olic priests stood like men to their posts; some of them to die beside William Corcoran, for some years their more manly Protestant breth- a member of tho pollco force, was ren and the men of the Red Cross, held from St. Charles Borronieo church, Rev. Father Raffo conductand Sisters .also. His "What has become, of Protestant ing tho .solemn obsequies. illness of manhood, or American honor, if it death followed a brief was thirty-foDeceased Keeps silent in the face of this utter pneumonia. years old and is survived by denial of Christian virtue among men and women who give dally his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Pioof of heroic courage and rare Corcoran, and two sisters, Mrs. devotion on behalf of tho bodies Mary Ridge and Mrs. Margaret and souls of men and women with- Debacker. out waiting to inquire what their Funeral services over tho remains creed or nation is? "Tho Sisters of the Good Shep- of Samuel Liner, an aged machinist herd are a Roman Catholic order of and veteran of tho civil war, were women, whose principal, if not only held Wednesday afternoon at tho work. Is the reclamation of fallen Sacred Heart church, Rev. Fathor women. Their work being what it Walsh officiating. The deceased reIs, their houses In tho different sided with his wife, Mrs. Katie cities are usually walled in. In Liner, at 18 1C West Walnut street, some cases fallen women enter vol- and leaves four sons, Joseph, Irvin, untarily; in some cases they aro Robert and Simon Liner, and four taken to them by relatives; and in daughters, Mrs. Ben Mock, Mrs. some cases they are committed by Robert Hardin, Mrs. Gus Thomas tho public authorities. Just as re- and Miss Mario Liner. fractory girls are committed to civil Joseph H. Hohmann, aged sixty-oip- o reformatories. and ono of Louisville's best "Sometimes it happens that a passed woman escapes from her confine- known Catholic residents, ment, or gets word out to pitiful peacefully from this life Tuesday members of Borne Orango or A. P. afternoon at his residence, 900 East Born in Germany, A. lodge; and then from end to end Chestnut street. of tho land goes tho tale of oppres- he lived in this city since boyhood sion of imprisoned virgins by tyrant and was long engaged in the shoe nuns. Not a word of explanation business. He was a member of the goes with the slanderous tale, to Knights of St. John, Charles the Bhow that the wronged women are Great Society, Heesen Society and fallen women, whose fall perhaps the St. Joseph's Orphan Society. his widow, Mrs. Frederlcka could be traced to some of their valiant knights errant, who would Hohmann, he leaves two sons, Willriotously tear down the houses of iam and Henry O. Hohmann, and these Sisters; or that these Sisters five daughters, Mrs. Joseph Fredthemselves are Christian women erick, Mrs. Matthew Herth and who are giving their Uvea with a Misses Elizabeth, Freda and Marie ministry almost divine to rescue the Hohmann. Funeral services were victims of men's devilish lusts and held Friday morning at St. Marappetites from temporal and eternal tin's church. committlng-t-onyoffonse- F. slxtv-seve- n. war-swe- pt pt act-tlv- ur self-deni- al eral Assembly will again bring in tho limelight the promoters of tho Forward Club, tho advance guard of prohibition in the Democratic party, as it Is a safe net they will bo found camping at Frankfort lobbying first for and secondly for their prohibition platform. Democrats throughout the State aro still at a loss to discover why the members of the Forward Club (have any license to even hint at taking control of tho party's affairs in Kentucky when none of the leaders of this movement havo even been heard of in Democratic ranks before with but few exceptions. Dr. Alexander, tho President, is certainly an unknown In State politics; Col. P. H. Callahan, tho Vice President, has been in politics a little but not always on the Democratic end. Four years ago he opposed Mayor Busche-meye- r, the Democratic nominee; tho following year ho opposed Congressman Sherley; in 1915 ho was ono of the campaign leaders for Lieut. Gov. McDermott, and when the real campaign came on went to Honolulu, which is not listed in Kentucky's vote. Henry Johnson, tho other prominent member of tho Forward Club, has never been known in Democratic politics, but with tho has a wide reputation Purity League and as a supporter of the red light bill. With a bitter fight assured of in local Republican ranks Democrats here are now hoping for a harmonious primary of their own and tho selection of a ticket that will Insure tho election of Charles Thero is at Cronan 'for Mayor. present ono obstaclo to that end and that is tho candidacy of McNally for Sheriff, and It is hoped that ho and his friends will give heed to tho continually increasing requests that he withdraw from tho race. It is rumored that his candidacy is solely intended to bo a help to the plans in help for Beckham'B next race and opposition to Jame3 when It ho Is up again for this is true it is manifestly unfair to the many Democratic whoso future for four years depends upon tho election of the ticket, as thoso men's situations should not bo placed In jeopardy to further the nlans of Haly and Beck- nam. Leaders of the party here and the men who bear tho brunt of a campaign do not even know Jir, McNally personally ana nia friends. ed Haly-Beckha- m few. Tho special session of the Gen- office-holde- rs the Bo-aid- es tEJSZTXJ&XT KE.NTUGKY PUBLISHED IRISH AJSOn&EKLGAJSL, IRISH AMERICAN. EVBRY SATURDAY, M-- n'i cojnxa January 1G EVENTS. January 18 Eucl.ro and lotto by Ladles' Social Club of St. Leo's church. In St. Leo's Hall, Highland Park, evening only. C1HTUCKY IHISH AMEWICAN PRINTING CO., lHCorpor.td, Publl.h.r. Jan 19Euchro and lotto. SINGLE COPY jc afternoon and evening, by St. Louis JIBBSCKIPTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR juerxrana unurcu uuut uuu .uuuuing ; fUtUf. Fund In Bertrand Hall. Bnttrtd at ttat LoItH) PttMc mt Stwnd-CU- n January 24 Euchro and lotto AMERICAN, 112I Wnt Ortea 31.' AMreM H ComBlcaHoai to tbs MNTUCKY MKSH for Visitation Homo at Tyler Hotel. January 26 Euchre and lotto for , benefit of St. William's church In evening only. 0R APES (fflfl) COUNCIL 1 January Ladles' Sewing aociety annual cuaruy eucnro anu .. lotto for St. Anthony's Hospital, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1917 rhoenlx Hill Hall, afternoon and ' Oi'tSVILLE, KY. to tfc , I .)lrtod Serial Md Moral Advancement of klh America- - and Catholic. Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order at Hibernians, Y6bk Institute and CatboUc KnlffaU of America. St. Columba's Hall, afternoon evening. Euchro and lotto In and Wlffi ippL itftty GENTLEMEN, F "'lH j 4MMtl'4; M rV-iHAV- MERCY. MM CLEARANCE OF- - Kirschbaum Clothes All winter long until the April thaw you can probably get sale clothes at sale prices somewhere. But if you want Kirschbaum Clothes at sale prices- - if you realize that it is not the reductions which count, but rather the merchandise upon which the reductions are quoted then by all means you should GET IN ON THIS 30-3- evening. tho purpose of husbanding tho'coun- January 31 Opera, "Brides of try's food supplies and providing Iona," by St. Columba's Dramatic Joint Com- - for their holng reserved for tho Club. Tho American-Mexica- n February 8 Euchro and lotto for mission has failed, Carranza having needs of her own people. benefit of St, Augustine's church, to ratify tho protocol signed failed afternoon and evening. YOUK FULL DUTY. at Atlantic City. There may bo anFebruary 12 Lincoln day social other meeting of tho commission toBishop LllIIs, of Kansas City, Is for St. Ann's church, at St. Ann's day or Monday, but tho opinion pre- not partial to tho Hall, afternoon and night. d vails at Washington that further "gypsy" Catholic. Ho Is reported negotiations would provo useless. to have said lately: "I notice great CpjOfc830wlffOttCKb33Co3K9KqjbCMyJ Many rumors wore current Thurs- crowds at tho Cathedral. You are day of an agreement on a dato for all welcome there, but you are not tho withdrawal of American troops supporting your parish church if tt3S33S3S2eC8&8&gKKKiKKi from Mexico, but it was denied by you attend tho Cathedral regularly, Secretary Lane and at tho State De- though residing in a different parMiss Marie Malone spent a week partment It was said tho Adminis- ish. You must go to your parish as the guest of Mrs. Annie Talbott. tration had arrived at no decision church if you do your full duty as August Bretz Is still seriously ill regarding the withdrawal of troops a member of the Catholic church." at his home on West St. Catherine or tho sending to Mexico of Am- And then, what about the sick street. bassador Fletcher. call? Miss Margaret Duffy was hostess to her euchro club at her homo in PLACING THE LEAKAGE. THE WAR. WITHOUT KESULTS. well-name- I Clearance UNWELCOME VISITORS. ERRONEOUS. Tho statement of Acting Coroner Kammerer in last Saturday's dally papers that a human foot found on tho public dump at Eleventh and Hill streets had been traced to St. Joseph's Infirmary was erroneous and without any foundation in fact whatever. The Acting Coroner's statement aroused just Indignation and was mado without any attempt at investigation. From Dr. U. H. Smith, Interne at St. Joseph's, it is learned that tho operative records show that a foot has not been amputated there within the past two months. Furthermore all tissues removed and every amputated member are Immediately incinerated unless requested otherwise by tho patient for tho purpose of preserving or burying. of Kirschbaum Clothes i SOCIETY. After tho ceremony the couplo left on a wedding trip to Now Orleans and other Southern cities. ' REFERENDUM. Monslgnor William T. Russell, pastor of St. Patrick's church In Washington and newly appointed Bishop of Charleston, S. C, spoke at a mass meeting of citizens In the National capital last Sunday, urging referendum of the bill pending in Congress for prohibition in tho District of Columbia to residents of the capital. "There is no principle of American government more elemental, moro essential, than that there should be no legislation pertaining to tho individual without a hearing or representation," he said. Referring to prohibition leaders and forces who oppose a referendum, Monslgnor Russell added: "I am always afraid of that class of people who are better 'than thou.' I fear tho man who convinces himself that his views are necessarily tho I fear views of Almighty God. saints in politics. I sometimes feel tnat I would like very much to bo able to revise tho 'Litany of Saints.' After 'All ye Saints of Heaven, intercede for us,' I would like to insert: 'From the saints on earth, O Lord, deliver us.' " of Senator Underwood, author tho referendum amendment to the bill, prohibition was another speaker. $35.00 $30.00 $25 00 $18.00 SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS AND OVERCOATS, $24 90 AND OVERCOATS, $22.90 AND OVERCOATS, $19 90 AND OVERCOATS, $13.90 i i K lodging Germany and her allies Miss Jessie O'Brien, of the West positions from tho advantageohs End, left Saturday for Nashville to which they have won by the prowess visit friends. of their armies? Absolutely none. They have been as strong as they Miss Florence E. Broderlck has ever will be. The Sommo drive has returned from Chicago, where She visiting relatives. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. been a disaster. The situation on has been FREE SERVICE. the Western front at present is a Miss Dorothy Hackett, rf New AlANOTHER MOVIE HERO. deadlock. It is not likely to bany, left last week to resume her change. On tho Eastern front the studies at Ferdinand, Ind. Another member of Trinity Councause of the Allies has been hopecil jumped Into tho limelight as a Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ford have 1101-0- 3 BAST BROADWAY. lessly lost. Their situation only been visiting at Springfield, the hero or possible movie picture star becomes worse from day to day. To guests of Miss Lulie Waters. this past week. Last week John Hennessy, a former President of continue tho struggle therefore DR. H. E. MECHL1NG Trinity, chased a burglar with a The. Misses Hallinan will entermeans only a useless sacrifice of toy water pistol, while Jerry Drls-co- ll tain at cards Monday evening in human life, and an expenditure honor of Miss Jennie McEvoy. came to the front by rescuing ANNOUNCES FOR which will hang around tho necks a lady from tho uper apartment of home Sunday night, plunging Agnes Kelly has returned his Miss of people for a generation or more. through fire and smoke and carryCounty Why not end the struggle now? from Hawesvllle, where she spent ing his burden down tho ladder beseveral days with her parents. Germany recognizes this point of fore tho flro department had arrived I hereby announce myself as a on the scene. view and has magnanimously subOur latest hero is Kentuckians in Now York City bearing his honors modestly, but his DANGEROUS. mitted her proposal to closo the last week were D. J. Gloeson and candidate for County Commisfriends in Trinity have made appliconflict. The only obstacle in the W. H. Grady, both of Louisvtllle. sioner in tho August Primary,, cation for the well deserved Carupon all sides way Everywhere and TRINITY' COUNCIL. is national pride, which still negie hero medal. Percy subject to the action of the ic there is opposition to the Randall persists in hoping for the impos- was here Sullivan, of Akron, Ohio, week visiting his last At a meeting of Trinity Council, advertising bill pending In Congress. sible. party, and Solicit the supSUFFERS PARALYTIC- STROKE. Mrs. E. Sullivan, In Clif- Y. M. I., Monday evening President mother, This measure, if enacted Into law, ton. port of my friends and acquaintHarry J. Hennessy announced his Alderman Fred Schwenker, who Is to withhold from tho malls any committees for the year and also ONLY A STEP. jJUr 111 for some ances for that office. on time and Miss Nellie FInnegan, who has appointed a committee to discuss has been publication or printed matter adverwent to been the guest of Miss Flora"Waller the advisability of giving another Thursday of last week If I am elected as County ComThough somewhat late In the seatising intoxicating liquors for Bale. In the West End, has returned to carnival similar to tho one held last French Lick Springs in the hope of son, England has at last begun to her home in Buffalo. par- To tho Voters of Jefferson County: missioner I promise to fiulfill Enactment of this bill into law will Bpring, which was a pronounced suc- recovering, was stricken with I hereby announce myself a canHis wife and of the office to the best of cess. It was also announced that alysis on Saturday. establish a precedent which quickly show better judgment and more Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Blanford, of delegates to tho local Catholic Fed- son, Frank Schwenker, were called didate for County Commissioner, be- my accurate appreciation of Irish naand easily may lead to governmentability, and will devote my Crescent Hill, visited in Lagrange will be selected at the meet- and brought tho patient home Mon- fore the August, 1917, Primary, subal censorship of all printed matter. tional feeling. Orders were recently last week, the guests of Mr. and eration Trinity Council day. His throat and left side are ject to the action of tho Democratic time to further and help the ining next Monday. The last report was that party. If it becomes unlawful to publish issued for the release of nearly Mrs. Frank Blanford. terests of all taxpayers. will open Its basketball season with affected. I have given up extended farming tonight in the gym- Uttlo hope was entertained for his a double-headadvertising relating to tho salo of GOO of the men avho were thrown DR. H. E. aiECHLING. and am now able to devote my daughter of nasium, the Trinity team vs. tho recovery. Miss Intoxicating liquors, It will bo but a Into prison at the time of the Sinn Mr. andWllma Green, Green, 1C05 going to press Thurstime to this office. I have for Mrs. Frank Just before opener and the stop to prohibit tho advertising of Fein uprising. They were permitted State street, New Albany, has gone City Club In the day evening tho news was received many years been interested in good to go their homes and enjoy Christ- to Nazareth, where she will enter Klean Kleaners vs. tho J. C. C.'s that Alderman Schwenker had suc- roads, and havo mado a study of THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT tobacco, of underwear, of stockings In tho second half. These teams have some of tho best local stars cumbed to tho paralytic stroko road construction. or of any other commodity In which mas with their families, Tho hand- the academy. If I am elected as County Comon their roster and good games are noted In tho preceding paragraph. a largo portion of the public Is In- ling of that revolt, or rather of missioner I promise that I will give Miss Frances Tyler McCabo has assured. admission Tickets of my undivided attention to the duties terested. It would almost appear matters that were a sequel to it, completed her studies .at Nazareth twenty-fiv- e NEWPORT. cents. pertaining to this office and believe that a law so drastic in its opera by the British authorities was n Academy and returned to hdr In Tho Holy Name Society of Im- that I can bo of .great service ST. ANTHONY'S. tion would bo in contravention of monumental and tragic blunder. mother, Mrs. Kathleen McCabe, at maculate Conception church, New- bringing about the construction of guarantees to tho The summary and extreme penalty the Belvolr. tho constitutional St. Anthony's Young Men's Club, port. Installed tho following officers good serviceable roads. Truly yours, press. Not becauso tho bill in ques- visited on tho leaders was calcuH. S. McNUTT. Miss Lucille Hackett, who was a popular young men's organization Sunday afternoon: President, Gerald (Advertisement.) tion relates to advertising of alco- lated to embitter their fellow coun- visiting her cousin, Mrs. John T. of tho West End, held a well attend- Rlordan; Vice President, M. J. Cos- John hol, but for tho broader reason that trymen, shako tho loyalty of those Shanley, and Mrs. Robert Collier, ed and enthusiastic meeting Mon- tigan; Financial Secretary, Treasurer, John Mc- It Impinges upon personal rights, who deprecated and deplored the in Indianapolis, has arrived at her day and elected tho following offi- McDermott: Business College Nulty; Recording Secretary, William Louisville homo in New Albany. cers for the year 1917: E. A. members ofCongress should study hopelessly futllo undertaking and President; P. J. Klein, Vice Phillips; Corresponding Secretary, All the late lad new at, tandShapti cause a general feeling of discontho measure seriously before comMiss Marcella Coll, who spent President; A. Remmers, Recording Harry Knarr. "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" ean be found w it tiBhle price. tent in the entire country. In de- tho holidays In Jeffersonvlllo with Secretary; P. Schmidt, Correspond years Mrs. Anna Egan, forty-si- x mitting themselves to Its support. MAIN STREETS ciding to restore to these prisoners her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John ing Secretary; J. Genshoimer, Finan- old, wife of John Egan, died Satur SIXTH AND A. Steltenpohl, day at her homo, 223 East Eieventn Under the Management of their liberty tho Government has Coll, has returned to JHoomlnston cial Secretary; I. T. Hulskamp, ML D. OUTLOOK IN IRELAND. chilHer to resume step that Is cortaln to mol- University. her 'studios in tho State Treasurer; C. Gathof, Sentinel. The street.survive. husband and six were taken a Funeral services will take dren installation of officers While conditions In Ireland are lify somewhat tho spirit of bitter St. Monday morning at place at the club rooms next Mon held Aanonnccs the Removal not reassuring, still the outlook Is ness and resentment that tho peo(Formerly with Sponcerian) Little Miss Birdie Fischer, daugh- day night, after which there will Stephen's church. Of IliS Office to Mr. McCarty Is still doing that not as bad as it might be. There ple have been nursing. It will tend ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. be a luncheon. This cluh contains DELIVERED INVOCATION. o Fischer, was operated on for ap- a number of promising athletes work that Spencerian is the menace of conscription, which to create more confidence in the pendicitis this past week at Sts. will ensolicitors havo told you about for Weissinger-Gaulbe- rt Anrex, has by no means disappeared. The sincerity of Lloyd George's declara Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and is whom President Stelnbock W. Schuh-man- past sixteen years. Rev. Father George deavor to advance to the front. pastor of St. John's church, threat of conscription, however, Is tion that it is the intention of the now getting along nicely. Day and Night Classes. dollvered tho invocation at tho anURESLIN. KKRINS accomplishing more Phones; College Office, City 7883; Hoars 1 to S p.m., 7 to 8 p. ra Its new ministry to deal Justly and In than nual hannuet of tho Louisville Cumb. Main 458. Resldonce, City Sonday 10 to 11 a. in. Mrs. G. Bernard McGinn, 180G sponsors bargained for; it has be- 6trict good faith with the Irish Transportation Club at the Seelbach 4879; Cumb. West 129. West Jefferson street, has had as St. Louis Bertrand's church was Plienes-Sou- th 20S0, City 0043. come a great unifying force, so question. Tho policy of pardon Is her guest her sister, Mrs. Joseph T. thronged Tuesday morning with Hotel Wednesday evening. The lr was a pronounced success. much so that factional lines are both wise and judicious. Nothing Stephens, of Chicago, In whose friends and relatives to wjfefs the It your boys A ductlon that will disappearing; even It Is known that can be gained by irritating an al- honor there were a number of de- marriage of "Miss Mary A. Kerlns, about 350 being seated at tho tapnpars thm for 111. lightful social entertainments. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John T. bles. Stirring addresses were de various Orange lodges have passed ready angry people- - Every Sinn of Wlblo Kerins, 720 West St. Catherine livered by Frank Trumbull,Hughes, ST.XAVIER'S COLLEGE resolutions to make common cause Fclner in jail 4s looked upon as a H. Harry Mrs. Joo Terrell entertained street, and James D. Breslln, a pop- Mapother, JUST PUBLISHED 113 "W. Broadway, IrtolavUl, Zy. with the Nationalists in fighting martyr by his fellow countrymen Thursday evening in hpnor of Miss ular young man of tho East End. Thomas E. Dixon and others. conscription. Now this is news that and history proves that causes Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers. Jennie McEvoy and Mrs. James Van The attendants were Miss Virginia BOOK OF THE PERIOD. TEE LABOR RALLY. Classical, Bclentino Business and augurs well for the future; It al- whether religious or national are Arsdale. Mrs. Van Arsdale, who Kerlns, sister of tho bride, and WillCourses, Preparatory Department, Ltxf Kelly. Rev. Father Baxter, O. account of tho Re- Swimming- Pool, Well Equipped Uyuaoa-luGov- - made rather than crushed by mar- Is Mrs. Terrell's sister, will leavo iam most makes one wish tha. tho The Tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock bellion, best written Causes and In a Jew days for her home in Bir- P., performed the ceremony and Mr. Trmn MrulArat. Mro l.m Us History, ltnent would porslst In its design tyrdom. celebrated the nuptial high mass. there will bo a labor rally at Moose mingham, Ala. documented, calmly and 528 South Sixth Btreet, which law apply The young couplo were showered Hall, AiannsninnntAlv written bv men and BIG EUCHRE AND LOTTO. Tho marriage of Miss Lorena C. with congratulations and wishes for will bo addressed by John W. Hays, women Intimate with Irish affairs, and .thoro Secretary-Treasurof tho Interna- friends of tho Dead Patriots. Gill and Albert C. Minis will take long and happy life. to The Irish Rebellion of 1916 and Its tional Typographical Union, The St. Louis Bertrand Church place at St. Charles church at 4 46 Tho County Board of Tax Superwhich all who aro interested in tho Martyrs 427 pages; $2.70. Illustrations; WARNING TO PARENTS. St and Building Fund will give o'clock on Tuesday afternoon, Janu$2.50 net; postpaid visors will meet in tho offico of labor movement are invited. In $2,60 net; postpaid 12.70. Lflrst of their series of spring ary 23. Both aro well known and Courthouse-(fourtAssessor, During tho session of tho Juvenile the evening at 8 o'clock Secretary wxt Friday afternoon and held In high esteem in Catholic floor), daily between tho Court last Saturday Judge Samuel Hays will bd the guest ot tno union Rogers Church Goods Co. Hall. Sixth society circles. a? Bertrand hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 12 Grceno gave warning that parents printers of Louisville at a dinner In order to ac-LOak. o'cIock noon, for tho purposo of e constantly increasing Miss Elizabeth Kremer and who permit their children to possess at tho Tyler Hotel, tho committee 120 S, FOURTH AVE. equalizing tho assessment of real ko popular affairs tho guest, Miss Anna Leo Touhy, of dangerous weapons will bo severely having arranged an excellent pro and personal property for 1917 rrangements will set Butte, Mont;, have returned to dealt with. The warning was given gramme, In wnicn a numDor oi .in tho building to Dana Hall, after spending tho holi- when a youth named Robert Houso well known nowspapor men and BROS. taxes. the absenco of tho board comIn -- number expected. days with Miss Kremer's parents, was tried for shooting another boy employers will take part. plaints may bo filed with tho secLd at 2:30 and Mr. and Mrs. George Kremer, at named Oliver Hall, the Judge de IMPORTERS retary of tho board between theclaring "a boy with a gun is as any handsome their homo on Chorokee road. TROBLEMS THAT CONFRONT. hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 5 dangerous as a mad dog." There FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. o'clock p. m. too many altogether Great problems confront Lloyd Mrs. Clarence Mayes entertained have been Tho board will meet for thirty Distillers knd Wholesale Deal)P. Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Bhootlngs by mere children, and George and his now government. days and adjourn February 3, 1917. ers in Finest Barnds of Ken Jennie McEvoy, who 4s home from drastic action should be taken to Although England has conscription, ARTHUR E. MUELLER, tacky Whiskies, especially. y lire of St. Louis for a short stay. not all of England's manhood has Tno prevent their recurrence. Chairman. boon takon Into the army. Thoro Wichita, evening was spont in dancing, after P. J. WELSH. CARDINAL'S RECEPTION. havo been many exemptions from h of sev- - which a Dutch lunch was served. JOS. E. PIAZZA, military service and thoro is great no of tho Mis3 McEvoy will leavo shortly for Secretaries. Cardinal Gibbons held a New confusion as to tho status of muni BOTTLED IN BOND. listory of Chicago. Year's reception Sunday at his resi- tion workers. Tens of thousands of TdtsiMM 1943. i who es-- 1 234 S SIXTH STREET Monday morning tho marrlago of dence after the solemn high mass, young men who Bhould bo In the red from Poor Inventors, Attention. eigbhors. Miss Constance Cassllly,. tno ai- at which he dollvered a sermon. As ranks are not,' and Lloyd George pelllng thom to Join Involves a seming to tractive and accomplished daughter he sat on his throne in the Cathe- faces the task of getting them In. rious risk of civil war. it is thpught. If you haven't money enough d of the of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Cassilly, dral, as ho stood in tho pulpit and Tho Irish question Is serious. Tho your invention, let us to bo Inwas as he shook hands with many visit- country Is believed by many to be Tho blockade Is alleged a growing up and Mr. John Burford, ailed a partner for you. AH corre efficient, and cctora of Quietly solemnized at St, Louis ors" In his own parlor, the Cardinal on the verge of revolution. Then demand that Itthere is tightened. , spondenco (rattled strictly coftH- shall bo years there is the growing demand for take care Bertrand's church, Rev. B. A. Bax-- showed that his eighty-thre- e uentlAUV. It Is t . ia iiio will lia frvMiMo with Association, international iniwiifnni' ceremony rested lightly upon his shoulders. conscription in Ireland. leoplo O. P., performing the in Suite MeCga men neutral., and it comprise a delicate Many Protestants attended the claimed Ireland has 150.000 a new in the pretence of the Immediate 'Bids., Omaha, Neb. and the reception. who should lje with the forces. Com-- 1 problem. famlliee of the bride and groom. church services in drawing from the-- Senator an admission of a leak In one department of tho Administration at least. Tho Senator blames tho civil service, which enables .members of an opposition party to continue in offices of trust under their political opponents, "who are responsible for the conduct of national affairs, for the leakage, and Intimates that an administration should have tho right to fill all offices of trust with its own party henchmen, on whoso loyalty It could rely. In .this we think the Senator is right. Tho responsible party should be freo to choose its own officers for positions of trust; that is tho one and only way In which its worth can be properly tested. Miss Mario fakir as Senator Stone says he is, lasted about two years and a half. day evening in Cox entertained honor of Miss but nevertheless he has succeeded What chance have the Allies of dis- nie McEvoy. Tom Lawson may be as great a Portland. I Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge I NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON The European war has now FriJen- NEW STORE t AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. ANNOUNCEMENT!: Commissioner. Dcm-ocrat- - . .1 the-dutie- s er en-ti- ro HBKI Stein-boc- k, r. l. Mccarty hieh-crad- n, , ar-fn- Who Fears to Speak Easter Week? - m. ly tlvaV-onscrlptio- er Notice to Taxpayers. the-Count- h HERRMANN - I Pearl of Nelson, " ro tr, 808-S0- 4 J tasBrcraroBrsr iifexsus: jljs35'xzxoajs& RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Sewing Machine For Christmas I Sell tho Best. See Mo. PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. n citizens waa organized by to make LOANS on furniture and other personal prop- well-know- ) I Your Choice of Our $3.50 and $3.00 Hats I $2.45 I ijBACONasoH 2 We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. A JOHN Phone M. C, 542 Bant Jefferson St. 926-- DORSBY. TUCK LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bids., S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. erty at THE 1917 WHITE SALE. Longcloth; In an extra good weight and having a chamois finish; put up in bolts containing 10 yards; special price, per bolt $1.00 Longcloth; a longcloth, having an extra fine chamois finish; pht up In bolts containing 12 yards; a 1.75 quality; specially priced, per bolt..Sl.r0 Nnlnsook; in plain white, suitable for all kinds of underwear; specially priced during this sale at, per yard 10c White Nnlnsook; a sheer quality having a mercerized finish; put up In bolts containing 10 yards; price, per bolt ...$1.50 Japanese Nnlnsook; a sheer quality made of mercerized thread and a width; a material that will mako up, beautifully; 10 yards to a box; price, per box $3.50 36-in40-In- Both Phones, 2886. Homo Phone City 0532-- J REPAIRING CHIMNET ESTABLISHED 1803 POINTING AWD WM. H. SMART SBICXWOSK 633 Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. W, PASTERINC ST. 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I Crossbar Nnlnsook: in several different size checks,' excellent 9 for underwear, children's dreses, etc.; special price, per a yard nc Whlto Swisses; In both dots and 2 figures; a variety of patterns suitable for dresses and drap- - Z ery purposes; a 15c quality Z at, per yard lOc Pajuma Cloth; n nice heavy- - 2 weight quality, suitable for all X kinds of underwear and night dresses; it is 3C inches wide and worth 15c; per yard 12 He Pllsso Cienc; a nice, line thread 5 material, suitable for soft, 3 whlto lingerie; worth 19c; on salo at, per yard 15c 5 White Poplin; an extra nice quality in a good weight; suitable for children's dresses: worth 19c; special price, per yard 15c ); I LEVY' SI Third and Market. ci DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT SEE POOLEY FOR Room MONEY CONFIDENTIAL RELIABLE l P. B. POOLEY 1, Courier-Journa- Building 416 Fourth Street THOS. J. BRODERIOK 4392-- J PLU8D3ING, GAS AND SEWEBAGK Home Phone City 1000 Zane Street Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS BOOFXNO, atTTTEBINO, SFOUTZNQ Tin Bof Repaired and. Fainted ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY 9011 West Broadway, Louisville, Xy. Home 803 ARTISTIC PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order 317 W. GREEN ST. Telephone City 946 t'M-MlIi'iI'M14M"M"MH"H' A euchro and lotto will bo given A bowling club has been organby the members of St. Columba's ized by some of the older patrons of parish next Tuesday afternoon and tho sport, and will roll some match evening In the school hall. Games games with social clubs on the JOS. DALY called at 2:30 and 8:15 o'clock. Home alleys, Sixth and Walnut. The team has been christened tho CONTRACTING PAINTER COLLEGE CHAPLAIN. Laundry Club and has on its Pearl roster tho following: Joseph P. Mc20 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. apRev. J. B. Gleason has been Ginn, S. R. Hardman, A. F. Martin, pointed chaplain at St. Xavier's Col- G. B. McGinn and J. P. Dant. WM. ISGRIGG lege, succeeding the Rev. Louis Deppen, who Is now chaplain at St. HOLY FATHER'S HOPE. 8HBET METAL CONTRACTOR Joseph's Infirmary. "I hope that peace, founded on 4105 Henry Street STRICKEN SfJNDAY. right and justice, will soon return to tho world," said Pope Benedict Heme Phone, Shawnee 1383-Chief Desk Sergt. James J. Car- in answering New Year's greetings roll was stricken 111 on Sunday at from the Roman nobility. He added THE PHIL. HOLLENBA0H CO. police headquarters and was at once that ho regretted that the nobles removed to his home, 1920 Bank were so few because sonle wero dead INCORPORATED street. Tho Jast report was that on battlefields, that some are prisDistillers Of his Illness Is due to appendicitis. oners, and that others are at the front. OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH JUDGE O'DOHERTY'S ADDRESS. "BOLLENBAGH" PURE RYE ST. ELIZABETH'S. Louisville, Ky C28 W. Main St. Judgo Matt O'Doherty will address tho members of the local Tomorrow night the Dramatic council of the Knights of Columbus, Club of St. Elizabeth's church will next Wednesday evening, his sub- present three one-aplays, "Out In The Great American ject being "Catholic Schools and the Streets," "Box and Cox," a Patriotism." Judge O'Doherty's lec- boardlpg-hous- e comedy, and "Thb tures are always Instructive and In- Negro High School," a one-aTAYLOR & WILLIAMS farce, good attendance is at Its hall, 1020 East Burnett aveteresting and a INCORPORATED. expected. nue. This club possesses some exLOUISVILLE, KY. cellent talent, which insures a good QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. entertainment. Residence Phone, Pewee Valley Phone, City 3180. 21-- J. L. SUllETY UMEITOM A. F. F. X. L. BEER NONE PURER NONE BETTER y ii 0. H. DIA'ISION 3. First and third Friday, Hibernian 1818-182- 0 Home, Portland. President John J. Riley. Vice President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John Martin. Secretary John J. Financial Broderick. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Prompt i "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure.! Sentinel Thomas Noone. Pat Begley. 4e4eeeHeeeX IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE YELLOWSTONE ct DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, WHISKEY ct Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. President Thomas Lynch. Vlco President John J. Barry. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 807 West Oak. Recording Secretary Martin Mul-lane- OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. y. D'OUGHERH & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, f Funeral Directors and Ernbalmers 330TII PHONE)S. X Cumb. Main 4 -l- 4"l"M'W 299S.a - Homo City 200S - - H"I"lM -t4-I - H- 1"ra" - I"l - - I"H"M"I - H - I' t mWWWVMWVMMWVVWMHVMVttWMtW HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 90tGf99t99m&f999t GRAN W. SMITH'S SON fAL. S. SMITH, PROP. 822 Esl1; Main. M::r3t. WVWVVWVWVWVVWVM i Funeral Director and Embaimer BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. Home Phone Shawnee 484 Cumberland, West 11 SCANNELL I RATTERMAN Independent Funeral Directors and Ernbalmers ' INCORPORATED. CtoPpeirFo"s! 3101 WEST BROADWAY VVVV'VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV'VVVVViVVVVVV 4w9s)e to the Louisville Trade. HOME TELEPHONE! S The Service With the Largest List of Connections in Louisville and Suburbs. aii g.-..- .. tti:.u.i Long Distance Connections to aii romts V or importance T.ntwwcr T?itis. THE LOUISVILLE HOME TELEPHONE CO. VWVVWVWVVW INCORPORATED Y. ILL A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef father, Patrick Lally, the well known street car inspector, and was MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. threatened with pneumonia, Is now Meets Monday evenings at Club CONDITION STILL SERIOUS. at St. Joseph's Infirmary, where House, 344 North Twenty-sixther condition has greatly improved. President S. O. Hubbuch. Father E. M. Bachmann, the ven- It is now thought she will soon bo First .Vice 'President William erable chaplain of St. Joseph's Or- able to return to her home. A. Link. phan Home, who is seriously ill Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Second Vice President Raymond with pneumonia, showed slight signs HELPING THE MISSIONS. BeB. Schott. of improvement Wednesday. cause of his advanced age his Financial Secretary William G. Tho Catholic Church Extension Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, friends legard his Illness as criti- Society would appreciate it very Buckel. and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. yet apprehensive. Secretary Recording Robert cal and aro much if women having old linen PHONES-Hom- e Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. that is of no further uso to them Morris. Treasurer1 George J. Thornton. EUCHRE COMMITTED. would send it to their offices, Marshal Joseph Hohman. which are located at 750 McCormlck Tho following Cumb. Phone West 191 committee will building, Chicago, 111. There aro Home Phone 1913 Morris Insido Sentinel have charge of the euchre and lotto many good friends of tho society TUB to bo given for tho benefit of St. who are anxious to make altar Outside Sentinel James Hill. William's church on Friday even- linens, but owing to tho cost bf ing, January 26, in the school hall: pure linen find it Impossible to CELEBRATED AT DONNYBROOK. Mrs. M. Morris, Mrs. D. Mclntyre, make as many pieces as they would Mrs. R. Hall, Mrs. M. Welch, Mrs. like. It jmatters not whether tho Last Sunday a week ago saw the Edward O'Hearn, Mrs. E. Hickman, linen Is fine or coarse, but it is crcoaro SATED jubilee celebrations of the opening Berger, necessary that It bo pure linen. Mrs. P. Bronger, Mrs. H. Church of tho of the beautiful Mrs. J. Hughey and Mrs. G. L. Edelen. CANDLES ARE BURNING. Sacred Heart at Donnybrook, near Dublin, This church Ireland. TOKKNS OK APPRECIATION. Father Damen's vow still lives stands on the site of the famous When tho and acts in Chicago. Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent Euxw Thomas M. Barry, who has been great fire started in 1871 Father Irish fair which, once a funcand simple country connected with tho freight office of Damen was absent from his parish GRUBER & DEUSER. Maaagcrs, Louisville, Ky. the the L. and N. railroad, resigned on a visit to New York. Some one tion, degenerated after land "Refwas tho this past' week to accept a position wired him of the danger to the ormation," when monks who owned "As Near to You as tbe 'Nearest Phone' In tho office of tho Henderson road, Holy Family church at May and filched from tho and was surprised by his fellow Twelfth streets. He prayed all night it, into an assembly of the lowest tho city, in clerks, who gave hlma gold handled that tho homes of his people and elements of and debauchory which preOar Special $3.00 Spray drunkenness knife with a diamond setting and the church be spared. He vowed If vailed. Fifty years ago some puba box of cigars as a little farewell his prayers were answered to keep Our Special $5.00 Wreath Catholics token of the good fellowship exist- seven candles burning before tho lic spirited Irish tho ground had the of tho ing between "Tom" and his associ- altar as long as he lived, and would idea of buying The largest values In Funefair and erecting on a portion of It ates. ask his successors to do the same. an expiatory church, dedicated to ral Flowers ever offered In Louisville. When he returned to Chicago he reparation for FORTY IN CLASS. found that neither his church nor the Sacred Heart, in in the samo For prompt delivery call ?23 the sins committed the home of any of his parishioners both phones. Unity Council, Y. M. I., of New had suffered. Tho seven candles place. Tho idea prospered and tho present beautiful church Is tho reyears Albany, had a very successful in- have burned for forty-flv- o with It Sunday afternoon at tho Mary. sult. by was opened Cullen, great itiation tho statue of tho Virgin and Cardinal eclat club house, 205 East Main street, Father Tom Burke, O. P., then bewhen a class of forty was received FINE PATRIOTIC SONG. ginning to make a name, preached Following the into membership. luiumii wrs tho first sermon within its walls. a luncheon initiatory ceremonial ncwniJTfo MULLOY'S COFFEE With a viow to helping the Gaelic Tho church cost nearly ?4o,000 and was served. Joseph Bruns presided League to continue Its work tho I50O fourth Avwiue loulrvw. successive rectors havo added to Its as toastmastcr, and addresses were song, "Soldiers of Erin," has been beauties or reduced tho debt upon Is the best coffee value offered. delivered by Prof. James H. Snyder published, the proceeds from the It. So that today it stands comdelicious, inexpenIf you "wan t Flowers telegraphed everywhere." and members long aotlvo in the Y. sale to be sent to tho Most Rev. plete with its tower and presbytery, sive coffee, M. I. Dr. O'Dwyer, the patriotic Bishop and there is now only a debt of TRY OU- Rof Limerick, who has consented to $12,000 to bo cleared before it can money sent from this bo LIST TLAY COMES. WIUTE receive all consecrated. country for the Gaelic Leaguo of INCORPORATED leading thq newest Ireland. The words and air of this Tho honor of 2 1.2 Lbs. FOR WOMAN'S EYE. passed song aro very inspiring. It was Whlto List of recent plays Special rebate ticket good for Clean Grocery Stores. upon by the Catholic Theater Move- sung for months before tho rebell10c in trade with 2 lbs. of Muff ribbons aro again tho order author-atlv- e ment, which has become the ion as the rallying song of tho Irish "The Best For Less " New Blend. g pub- Volunteors, guide for tho and was constantly of the day. frock Is winning Tho lic since its first publication, has played and sung by tho rebels durO.ders for $1 or more delivared to JOHN M. MULLOY, been conferred upon tho Montague ing the Eastor week rising. Orders every week. any part of the city. Glass-RCooper Megrue comedy, may bo sent to tho editor, Rev. Rob212 West Market. Bolts aro to continue in fashion in "Potash and Porlmutter ert F. O'Reilly, St. Gabriel's rec- throughout tho winter. street, h which further continues the tory, 308 East Tho Muscovlto turban, with jewpopularity of those famous cloak or to tho Irish Industrial Depot, 624 eled ornament, la In tho forefront. suit merchants, Abe Potash and Madlsou avenue, New York City. and From Paris tho news comes that Mawruss Perlmutter. This now play, Tho prlco Is fifty cents a copy. tho skirts for 1917 will bo narrow. great suc a sequel to yester-year- 's Corsage flowers aro more In favor cess, comes to Macauley's for the CAUSE TO BE PROUD. just now than for somo tlmo past week beginning 'January 22. As is As Catholics and Americans we well known tho conditions required High crowned hats rule, but colNORTON BUILDING for White Listing by the Catholic have real causo to ho proud of tho lapsible crowns run ahead of stiff 5 Theater Movement aro a play must fact that our revorond Pontiff, Bene- ones. J .,' N. W. Corner Fourth and JeffersH not, with regards to morals, occupy dict XV., and distinguished Presia JIDTsBBrdstettBiO I Petticoats aro dead unless they ANHfl-raMA- f f debatable ground; there should be dent, Woodrow Wilson, have been aro of chiffon, crepe do chlno or a general agreomont that It Is clean tho most earnest and efficient work- Jorsy silk. and wholesome, and the play should ers among tho neutrals to bring Tho now boudoir caps sit over bo fit for theater-goer- s of varied about the' desired, consummation. ages and tastes. Seats will go on Each Is eminently capable for the tho head qulto loosely and can not high office and "ha3 the respect and be harmful. sale next Thursday. Funeral Directors , Short chemises In gay colors are good will of tho warring nations. by taking the placo of blouses with EG AN TO COME. No stone will be left unturned Dr. Maurice Francis Egan, Ameri- them in bringing the present dread tailored suits. Ernbalmers. can Minister to Denmark, will leave conflict to a close and the efforts There Is a tendency toward lower Copenhagen on February 8, accom of each will have the prayers and necks on separate blouses, not in nMGCHie Avxcarxja panied by Mrs. JBgan, for a two encouragement of million of peace- - the front:, but lower at the side of Fifth months visit to the United State. 1 loving human heart The Tablet. TtiHisM 1922. the neck aoroes the shoulder. h. At the January meeting of the Queen's Daughters Mrs. J. C. Murphy, Chairman of the Christmas Shop Committee, read her report, y showing that tho result of the Christmas shop was ?907, which was most gratifying and exceeded the receipts of the preceding year. one-da- CONDITION IMPROVING. of Mrs. Anna Lally Hess, wife George Hess, who was taken seriously 111 at her home, 820 East Gray street,-- following tho death of her Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s John F. Burke. Thomas M. Dig-na- n. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED Sentinel J. 'McDermott. PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KYV FALL CITY BEER But-tlm- er. WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. light-heart- ed bo-fo- re 0 2 J&omm NEW BLEND 650 'QUAKER MAID' play-goin- ono-ple- co ol Thirty-sevent- FRED ERHART ARCHITECT GERMAN BANK i Vr. -- BlMli ILBOSSEaSON and and Market Sts. sio JUKTTDXJOJSrsr MfclSH AMEIOAW:, TWIN CITV LEAGUE. I HERMAN STRAUS ' fOURTH AVCWUt mCOrPORATCO SONS '( J MARKET STREET The annual meeting of ttyo Twin City Baseball League, iicld Friday night of last week at the Knights of Columbus club Jiouse, was largely attended and full of Interest. By 11 t ; We dive and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. JANUARY CLEARANCE event with us an opportunity for you that This is a comes but once each season. You really can't afford to miss it. semi-annual unanimous vote the popular veteran, Capt. Prank A. Itelchert, was again elected President of the Twin City, the strongest and most successful league in this part of the country. The other officers chosen aro John E. A. J. Barry, Vice President; Steinbock, Secretary, and Tom Clines, Treasurer. Plans were outlined for next season and the Directors were Jubilant over the prospects. A representative of the Twin City Leaguo will attend tho meeting of the National Amateur Baseball Federation at Toledo on January 19, and a meeting of tho local body will bo held January 26 to hear ihis SUCCESSFUL newly-electe- I! Stewart Dy Goods Co IMCORPORA.TCD In Connection Yiih James Mc Creery & Co. New Yoik. WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHING REDUCED. Tako your pick of all the small lots of our Clothing now at radically reduced prices. Inventory is but a few days ahead. "Wo prefer not to place on our books any of our small lots, hence all suits and overcoats of which there are but a few of a kind, size and style, are now cut in price. -- YEAH. Coats Suits, Waists Men's Shirts Wool and Cotton Mixed Blankets IINKR President John M. Riley and tho d officers of Diother vision 3 were installed last Friday evening by County President John II. Hennessy, he boing accompanied by a good delegation from Division 4. President Riley announced the programme for the year, promising tho beat that was in him in upbuilding the division and order. M. J. Gllligan, C. J. Donahuo and W. E.. Riley were obligated, while M. J. Collins, Charles J. Flnegan and Thomas Marra wero admitted by transfer of membership. Recording Secretary Matt O'Brien cited tho fact that Division 3 had a eucossful year financially and was now on tho road to success in completing payments on their club house and spacious grounds. Short addresses were made by County President Hennessy, Mark Ryan, Thomas J. Langan, Thomas Lynch, John J. Barry, James J. McTigho, Patrick Connelly and Charles J. Finnegan. VERDICT FOR COUNCIL. Lot 1 Values up to $18.00 at SI 2.50 up to S25.00 at $18.75 tot -Lot 3 Values up to $30.00 at $22.50 2-V- alucs gggftai HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. The men and young men of Louisville, and they number many, who will havo no other than this clothing, will appreciate most fully these splendid values. Indeed there aro many men and young men who, await this reduction sale, regularly supplying all their clothing needs in it. No matter what your size or build, you can make selection from these sale assortments, such is the variety comprising these groups'. All of tho good styles aro to bo had, and tho best of the materials now in demand. Raincoats At $5.75 Most of our $7.75 line is now reduced to this one price. Choice of tan, blue and black ; sizes 34 to 46. Every coat is guaranteed. semi-annually, DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW, A. AXMAN ' If 1 H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield. MW-liMMMfrM-frMi- 425 W. Jefferson Street Boston Hibernians favor an Irish UPSTAIRS STORE. day for tho relief of Ireland. .Charley Flnegan told the members of Division 3 that ho is now back among the home folks. Division 2 of Syracuse plans a campaign to make tho division the strongest in the Empire State. OF That you ipent for something you did not NEED would have lUrted a O. J. Ford claims to be tho oldest living local Hibernian, having SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED joined the order in February, 1884. twice a year; There MAY COUK a time wfaem yoar "LAST DOLLAR" Late News That Will Interest Tho Ladles' Auxiliary has been mast be spent for eomethisg yoa DO NEED. The SAVING bow of the Members Here and in existence in Minnesota for twenty-two years and has 1,800 memdollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever cowing. bers. FATHER OASSILLY COMING. The meetings of Divisions 3 and big event at Columbus, Ohio, Tho 4 this past week were interesting THE BEST PLACE; TO BUY STILL will bo tho initiation tomorrow. Much interest has been aroused and a bright future is predicted for Prominent Knights aro organizing by the announcement fcy the Rev. both. tho Columbus Cadets at Antigo, J. P. O'Mahoney, chaplain of LouisRugs, President John M. RIloy, of Divisville Council, Knights of Columbus, Wis. 3. impressed all with tho Rev. Francis B. Cassllly, ion as presiding officer on his abil Between fifty and sixty men will that Fifth and Court Place. his first ity regent of Crelghton Unir attempt. receive tho major degree on Janu- 8. J., Good Furniture at moderate prices without trad- ary Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. rn. verslty, Omaha, Nob., will conduct 21 at St. Joseph, Mo. ing stamps. IndianLadles Auxiliary 5 Members of tho Ohio Legislature the Knights of Columbus retreat at apolis, organized nearlyof seventeen wero last night guests of tho Fourth the Cathedral, which opens February 14. Father Cassllly was born years ago, Is now ono of tho strongDegreo Assembly at Columbus. In Louisville and was graduated est in tho ordor. noma. City 3lOl (David Goldstein, touring Cuiiili. South OGG-- Y tho from Xavier's College. Ho A goodly number of applications country for tho Supremo Council, authorSt.of note and holds tho is an high havo been put in for the next inwill lecture in Cincinnati on Sun office of regent at tho Jesuit uni415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. itiation at Denver, to take place on day, January 28. & One of his versity in Omaha. Tho boy cadet movement started books, published two years ago, has Sunday, January 28. INCORPORATED. by Milwaukee Council has tpread gone through five editions in AmerTho County Board will meet next rapidly and numerous parish schools ica and one in England, and has Wednesday and President Hennessy now have companies. Coal. Quality also been translated into Spanish will appoint committees for the St. snccecsfnlly treated without pain. Onr methods are Homecoming night attracted a and French and will appear in Patrick's day celebration. original, sclentlflo and sanitary. References, tlie leading: physicians and surgeons. largo meeting for Newport Council. Polish. A committee composed of Tom Dolan said that he was wel Established 1883. Both phones. Suite 308 Stark Bids:. Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue Six applications wero' balloted on tho Rev. E. A. Baxter, O. P., tho comed In Limerick this time a lit- Office and Yards Bemember and several others presented. Rev. P. M. Mpnaghan, E, J. O'Brien, tle more friendlier than on his first THIKD FOOB. McLecturer Robert years ago. Wulf was Sr., John A. Doyle, Camden appearanco thirty-fiv- e DR. FRANK DAVIS AND WIFE warmly greeted when ho visited Atee, John Barry, of tho Kentucky Tho Ancient Order in Minneapolis MIsb Bell, assistant Bardstown Council. His talk was Irish American; B. J. Sandman, S. and St. Paul will endeavor to inA MAN OF EXPERIENCE, well received and was followed by O: Hubbuch and William P. crease tho membership by over a luncheon. will assist Father O'MaIf you want expert service Just call us up. Wo liavo never been oat The Fourth Degreo Assembly of honey In perfecting tho arrange- 1,000 Before tho end of The Hibernian Rifles wero an of dyes for ono moment sinco tho war begun and aro thoroughly Minneapolis has secured Judge ments. Tho noted Jesuit is a brothImportant part of tho big Inaugural equipped to hnndlo nU work of every description. You can rest assured Chicago, of for the er of Grand Knight John Cassllly. parado on Monday at tho inauguraif you need dyeing wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery, rarcel Tost speaker for the Washington birthday celebration. tion of Gov. Cox at Columbus, Ohio. Service. KNIGHT AND LADIES. Loretta Del Valle, tho brilliant Rev. James Duffy, of tho foreign young American prima donna- soPlans for the reception of Su- mSsslon, was tendered a cordial reprano who has been duplicating In preme President C. H. Marr, of ception by tho Hibernians of WakeAmerica her remarkable triumphs Wyandotte, Mich., and Supreme field, Mass., 800 people being preswon on tho grand opera and concert Secretary Henry F. Haynes, of Chi- ent. INCORPORATED. stages of Europe, has been secured cago, of tho Catholic Knights and Liow Tho Ladles' Auxiliary urges the by various councils of tho Knights Ladles of America, were made at BOTH PHONES 2635. Louisville, Ky. presence of every member at the 426 S. Fifth St. of Columbus throughout tho coun- a meeting of officers of tho Louis- meeting1 to 17, be held January try for a series of concerts to bo ville branches held Friday night at when there will bo a lotto for their given under their auspices. the office of Dr. C. A. Edelen. A entertainment. committee from those attending the Tho National Board of Directors meeting was selected to . supervise FOURTH DEGREE. INCORPORATED. plans for tho reception of the dis has taken kindly to tho movement Louisville Assembly of the Fourth tinguished guests, as follows: James started by Denver Hibernians to Where the home la Where work is quickly 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. Degreo, Knights of Columbus, held Coleman, Temporary Chairman; L. provide chapel motor cars for our brightest; done; Cam!). Main 415 its second meeting at the Tyler in J. Mackey, Secretary, and Miss army chaplains. Home City 405 Where cooking seems Where the work I Secrepreparation for its exemplification Mamio Hannon, Treasurer. There was a largo attendance in lightest; real fun; on Lincoln's birthday, February 12. tary Mackey, who is Stato Deputy Morrison Hall at Indianapolis when Where baking gives deDr. J. W. Fowler, General Chair of the organization, called tho gath- Ladles' Auxiliary 1 installed its ofWhere the meal Is light; man of tho Executive Committee, ering to order. Dr. Edelen, Su- ficers. Addresses wero delivered by cooked bost; presided and reports were heard premo Medical Director of tho or- National, Stato and county officers. Whero tho range stands Whcro drudgo is ont of from hiB assistants. Col. P. H. Cal- ganization, was selected to visit the sight the tost There Is much rejoicing in Minlahan, G. A. Burkley, C. J. O'Con- board meeting of tho Supremo That's where the where That's the neapolis over tho success of tho nor, J. M. Hannan, T D. Clines Board of Directors at Chicago to "Quick Meal" cornea "Quick Meal" cornea joint Installation Friday night, conand Camden R. McAtee. The Fourth arrange for tho visit to Louisville ' in. In. Degreo has for its Ideals education of President Marr and Secretary ducted by Mrs. McWhorter, the Ladies' Auxiliary National Presiand patriotism, and tho degreo is Hayes. Committees on reception, Qalek Meal Gaa Rashes Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended never conferred upon a class of music and the meeting hall to be dent. to Cleveland Hibernians helped Only used during thp visit of tho Supremo less than 100 candidates. Knights or Columbus of two years' officers wero named. While hero tho mako a auccesa of tho opening perstanding aro eligible. As an inci- visitors will assist in Inaugurating formance of Victor Herbert's now dent to tho exercises it is planned a campaign that will greatly in- opera, "Hearts of Erin," given Its to bring tho Rev. John D. Ryan, of crease the membership in tho Falls initial production at tho Colonial tho Catholic University at Washing Cities. Theater on Now Year's day. ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account ton, as tho speaker at the banquet Rov. Phllin J. O'Donnell and a which will follow the initiatory exTAKES INDIANA BRIDE. committee of five county officers with this safe, conservative, ercises. Dr. Ryan Is a national will arrange to havo tho memoers Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more authority upon economic questions. Dennis E. Sheehy, of this city, of tho Boston divisions receive holy at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 Two years ago on a similar occa- and Miss Anna M. Schmld, a pop- communion in a body on the Sunper cent. No cost to you whatever. sion the Right Rev. J. J. Keane, ular young woman of Jeffersonville, day nearest St. Patrick's day. ArchblBhop of Dubuque, delivered wero united In marriago Tuesday and The same courteous attention given the Tho divisions of Melroso tho principal address. morning at St. Anthony's church, Georgetown, Iowa., after attending depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. On Washington's birthday tho as- Rev. Father Oderic Auer, the pas- mass at St. at enure? sembly is planning an open meeting, tor, performing tho ceremony and Molroso spent Patrick's tho afternoon holding M II HI 8 H HtI"HI t M HH at which the address will bo deliv- celebrating tho nuptial mass. An- a Joint initiation in tho Opora ered by Frank P. Walsh, of Kansas drew Kramor and Miss Lena 0111 House, nfter which they wero ban- Second and Market M. J. BANNON, LAWRENCE Under the Big Clock P. BANNON, JR., J. VEENEHAN, City, former Chairman of the Fed- were tho attendants. Following tho quotted by tho Ladles' Auxiliary at & Up. State Government Snpervlaioa. Vice Pfi. & Treat. Pre. SHttttry. on Industrial Re- ceremony there was a reception at eral Commission C. club house. lations. Similar meetings will bo the home of tho bride's mother, tho K. of Falls and tho Hibernians Niagara held in thirty of the larger cities Mrs. Catherine Schmld, with whom will together celebrate tho twonly-fift- h H of the country. tho happy couple will reside. anniversary of tho order there and tho granting of the city's char-to- r. GIVEN DINNER PARTY. ST. MATTHEWS. An appropriation has boon Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Before his departuro for Chicago Tho ladies of Holy Trinity sot aside in the budget for iho Baamea's Patent Lidied Pipe fer Steam Ceactaits. , last Sunday evening Joseph L. Leni-ha- n church, St. Matthews, will entertain municipal celebration and" tenter Wall CeBlax-- DraiB Tile, Yftri6e4 Brick, was the gues.t of a number of their friends in OchBner'a Hall next tlve plana Insure a big affair. The Beit Straight Whisky On Earth FirerreoMBg, Fine Liaise;, Fire BrlcK Attorney James S. McDonogh has his friends at a dinner given at Tuesday afternoon and evening with Grate tad Belter Tile, Cress Fire Clay, Chlaaaey Mr. euchre and lotto and a fine hot sup- been elected President of Division 2 Henry Watterson. the Hotel Lenlban will be absent for some per. They invite their city friends, of New York City. His purpose is OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON time engaged in the reorganization who can take the Interurban car to to have the division advance in INCORPORATED of the O'Call&ghan Mercantile Com Massle station. The affairs hereto quality as well as quantity, putting "" . HOME PHONES CITY kl OUMB. MAIN 807. pany, a large mail oraer nouse oi fore Klven have been very enjoy It In a place where it will be envied Sole Owners Registered Dial. No. 32 by many others. President McDonable, and for this one there will be WOHKS 13kMd Brack. aMdMKolla Avf, Bet. 9th aCt. jjJJW. & excellent prize. No charge will be ogh was a former resident of Louis- Main Office and Salesroom! 726-73West Main Street. ville and is an earnest worker. 1111 1 111 1111 made for admission. t President. i Hi"Hi"i"Mfi"ini"Xi t FURNITURE GREENE'S Stoves and Ranges MMBIIS. Holding that Mackln Council, Y. M. I., and its officers were not responsible for the fainting of a member while the latter "was using tho gymnasium for exercise and therefore not liable for an injury received, Judge Walter P. Lincoln on Tuesday gave peremptory instructions to return a verdict for the council in a case in Which Raymond Trauth sought to recover $15,000 damages for the loss of an eye February 29, 1916. It was Bhown by tho evidence that young Trauth fainted, apparently from too violent exercise in punching a bag, and that he fell, the left eye striking an iron peg in the wall. The court said that while tho accident was indeed a sad ono, the officers of the council could not anticipate that one partaking of exercise would faint and that the law was clearly for tho defense. Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS The Last Dollar i i i Ky. Title Savings Bank Furniture, Carpets, and Trust Co. JAS. Ha" &REEHSTE DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO. Gorns and All Foot Troubles v Best Pittsburg and Jellico gh the-yea- TRY A LOAD OF Kav-anaug- h, Wallins Creek Lump Coal FOR HOME USES. High in Heat. in Ash. - PULS CLEANING DYEING CO. S6ANL0N GOAL COMPANY Where the Quick Meal Comes In BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA WHISKY GEHER & SON, w. ma&set Sixty-one-year-old st. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. Ky.l t German Insurance BanK i P. BANNON PIPE CO. Tf. ii I I OLDBARBEE JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. J 0. 573-178- 6. n mn 1 n a4 1 1 1 1 1 tf i JJJ JjJ