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Kentucky Irish American: January 20, 1917 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 kec1917012001_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: January 20, 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. J WE DO PRINTING FIRST CLASS- - WORK Giro Thin Office Yonr Next Order. Kentucky Irish American NO. 3. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1917. again) for Prosecujfor, Frank Wat-Bo-n for Clerk, and Gus Neurath for Bailiff. In the event the ticket is successful Searcy wjll ho Chairman of tho Board of Safety, Dave Chief of Detectives, and Robert J. Foster returned to serve as Chief of Police. ".Louis Vlssmann has not decided where to cut dn, but will probably bo a candidate for Helm-erdlnge- EI Nomo Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVIII PRICE FIVE CENTS. RELIGIOUS flB Revival in Uuropo Among Soldiers and Civilians of All Countries. Franco forces Young Priests to Fight, Others Serving as Chaplains. Men Turn to Their Maker For Comfort in Their Present Trials. HEROIC DEEDS OF THE PRIESTS SHjH ABSURD Are tho Present Day Charges Brought Against Catholic Bcllgion. I HflHIslHIHE jA B r. ) The new note In present-da- y religious thought is "social service" and all forms of religious activity are being brought to Judgment by attention of everybody to the sub- n this idea. To uso a h ject of religion. French working-mephrase of many an who were notoriously inclined social service orator, men seek toHOSPITAL NURSE. to bo freo thinkers havo become deMarie, head of tho nursing staff. day a gospel that can teach them vout Catholics again and havo gratehow to live .comfortablv to administer to the wounded fully accepted tho ministrations ot than ono that can teach themrathr only on the battlefield. Engthe priests uuw iu uio peacetuuy. Traditional lish regiments, composed of cockreligion stands todav undr n in neys and city workers, who had in magazine articles which ho wrote dictment. Too often, is the charge, teen notorious at homo for neglectconcerning them, endeavoring to it 'has its eyes fixed on tho mansions' ing church and preferring tho mucall them to tho attention ot their of .heaven and never at all on- tho sic halls, have changed into olmple, gutters or eartn. "How has it come pious worshipers under the deadly In addition to this work and his about that tho Christ of thn ordeal of war. Common soldiers legal practice, Mr. Shlpman entered churches is scorned and rejected nave become Impressed with the tho apologetic field, in particular while the Nazarene carpenter is enbravery of priests and clergymen lauded as a labor exploding the statements of Aroher, thusiastically them, and have acserving with tho English critic, In tho Ferer leader and revolutionist, a man of quired a kindly .feeling and respect common people who fought case, as his knowledge of Spanish tno for them which they did not have and law allowed him to do. But dt hard for their moral and economic before. Hundreds of facts of this was to tho immigrant that his great welfare?" This is the Question of character have been reported during love and work were given. To these the Rev. Parley P. Warner, of Ply- the war and havo excited the Interof tho Greek rite ho gave most moutn congregational church of St. est of religious leaders and thinkin his recent book. becauso they needed most. "Among ing men of all kinds. The French In the first placo it is open to these foreigners," as Mr. Conde Government has forced tho priests Pallen explains in his biographical question that the Christ of the to light if they aro young, while sketch of Mr. Shlpman, "were a churches is being rejected while the priests havo been hundreds of other number of Catholics without clergy Nazarene of the gospels Is beinir serving as chaplains and havo lost lauded and ac In their own tongue and to whom enthusiastically their lives in battle. the Latin rite was llko an alien claimed. As a matter of fact they Today it Is stated that there are both Countless Immigrants Who Need religion. These people must bo who stand or fall together. Those 60,000 priests serving in tho French have rejected the Christ of RELEASING THE 'PRISONERS. saved, not only, in a civic, hut in a army, including two 3Ishops and of Catholic the Attention religious sense, and their religious the churches havo rejected the inany rectors of important parishes. . According to the Dublin Weekly Laymen. upon their Nazarene of the gospels. They Tav depended salvation Most of them have doubtless been Freeman the releaso of the untried Throw 7 Down of Republican steadfastness In their Catholic faith. no more attention to ono than to Changes Aspect to go by tho Government, prisoners from the two camps at ordered Leader Hert The distinction drawn They wero a flock without a shep- tho other. Which does not now permit tho Frongoch will give satisfactiomto 1 between former of Conditions. herd. Lured to America by the is simply the literary and the latter any man from his the people of Ireland., It waManj church to excuse trick intended mirage of tho promised land, which mainly to a appear obvious necessity if.iany ' genuine OF THE STORY civil duties, but all of .them HIS WORK For the' dreamed could ho found in this type mislead the unwary. not a to (go willingly, aid serop of them progress toward ''conciliating and'Xp-- . of mind Christ is the United States, they wero pour- Are volnntfcrs. . Again and again peastag Irish, gpinlon was .to'.. be riL-.j4ii.i hg in- - great'numbersrttrourshdreft' -- reported .for ..jnwctbeiwiests-'liavebee- a mg submission to his leadership niade'lJnforlunately, the" Freeman TBPH.BCAL'-UOPr-TIC- im bravery in the dispatches. Father adds, the late Government, although ' of Andrew .J. Tho church in this country had no Ho Is simply indorsed by. them in The "Memorial Jules Cheron, of the Ono Hundred evidently convinced that it was a Shlpman," very recently issued In moans of reaching tho problem and sofar as Ho is a good humanitarian. and Ninth Regiment of Infantry, right and proper step to take, REV. FATHER CASSILLY, S. J. tribute to tho life work of that scarcely realized It. Andrew Ship-maIn the Catholic a lawyer tljrown dnto closo church is.second placo. tho (weighed was mentioned in general orders for dallied so long with tho matter that The Goddess of Fortune still conwilling to be gentleman, gives an insight Into having led a detachment with great they left it over to their successors tinues to smile on the Democratic for the retreat to be conducted at the activities of a man with which contact with them, did realize It, in the scales of "social service," and proceeded to devote himself to though she protests that such will bravery and determination dn the and thereby took away from the bo well for began the Cathedral by the Rev. Francis capture of a Geman trench near act some of its grace and value. party. This streak of luck Wilson B. Cassilly, S. J., of Crelglton Uni- it would tho country tho Catholic Its solution." That was tho story not give a proper estimate of her people of "and the election of to become ot his work and Its reason for belast year Givenchy at tho point ot tho bay- For a considerable period worth. Sho makes no concealment John the rabbit versity. The retreat will open on acquainted. Mr. Shlpman at tho onet. Some of the priests conceal Dillon has been holding the case Is tho first proof that .the begin- the evening of February 14 and time of his death last Ootober was ing. Thero aro counties other cities of tho fact that she is opposed to foot was working. At deof these United States which their sacred calling under a com- of these men 'before the attention ning of the Presidential race Wil- come to a solemn closo on tho folmember of tho Now York bar, mand the attention of Catholic lay- "social service" as an end in it plete military uniform, while others of Parliament and Ministers. Ac- son looked like a 100 to 1 shot, lowing Sunday night, when tho pub- a and had been such sinco 188C; hut men, oven as tho Greek Ruthenlan self. But sho is enthusiastically for show a vestige of the priestly garb, cording to the Freeman, two but thanks to tho bungling of the lic will bo welcome. Each evening a great part of his efforts had been it as a moans to an end namely, such as a .black vest, a Roman col- months ago, he asked for the publi- Republican campaign managers, tho tho services will conclude with sol- devoted to another field. Tho im Catholics of New York needed the tho "mansions of heaven." To an aid of Andrew Shlpman. Where hat. When cation of the Dublin l. lar or a Teddy emn benediction, and will be migrant, particularly special Immigrant aro his successors to continue this ago wearied, groaning under injusnot engaged In military duty they The late Government promised pub- society women's President andwas re- marked by a special musical pro- from tho far East oftho Europe, had activity? There Is need for them tice and sicklied o'er with disconRoosevelt, the tent, the Catholic church makes seize eveiy opportunity to perform lication, but had not. fulfilled the elected by a narrow margin, that gramme. ' Father Cassilly is one been the particular object of his one appeal forever iterated: "Seek their rellglouB omces, to coieorate promise when It fell. Quite re- being the first proof that luck was of tho most noted educators and solicitude. He had given tho great now; how will It boC.filled?of C. B. V. consolaye first the kingdom of God and mass and to give spiritual cently again Dillon made his de- smiling on the Democratic party. eloquent pulpit orators of tho percentage of his leisure time for tion to the sick and dying. his Justice and all these things mand and Bonar Law promised to Now tho second has made its ap- country. many years to the study, of their ST. XAVIER ALUMNI. Times without number the priests look Into the matter immediately. pearance in tho shape of the beshall be added unto you!" languages and institutions in order In Justification of her attitude tohave served mass under fire, and The Freeman expresses tho hope ginning of a OATHpLIO ORPHAN SOCIETY. n fight that he might be of aid to them. At tho annual meeting of the St. many times they have been killed that Bonar Law will feel honorably between the Republicans out Bull and Ho was even a great authority on Xavier Alumni Association, held In ward .problems now uppermost in An bound by tho promise of tho lato during the sacred ceremony. public attention she can point to Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock Republicans opened law of their extraordinary episode of combined Government of which he was him- Moosors. Tho electing a National the Catholic Orphan Society will the ecclesiasticalone whose place re- the college hall, President Thomas tho falluro of every movement for spective creeds, the fight by in D. Cllnes In his report reviewed the social betterment fighting and 'worshiping is sent by self an dmportant member. that Ignored a cerVice Chairman, whoso duties will bold its annual meeting and Instalthat respect has not yet been filled. work of the past year and compli- tain fact, a fact that will not down, an eyewitness of the terrific strugbe to see that the Progressives are lation of officers at the Knights Mr. Shlpman was born in Fairfax gle at Verdun: 816 South county, Virginia, on October 15, mented the banquet committee on i. e., "Man liveth not by bread CO.inNG FROM BORDER. Kept in the background and that of Columbus Home, at "Yesterday morning we went now planning Fourth street. Tho retiring officers 1857. While a student at George- the splendid showing was the last alone." Tho social discontents of the Old Guard aTe 90 per tho day do not radically rise out The down to examine a mine. Relatives and friends of tho to line up behind Senator Hiram will submit their reports for the town, to which placo he had been one, at which there society," French had dug a long gallery for members of three companies ofthe Johnson against Roosevelt, Perkins, past year, also tho various parish urged to go by a certain August cent. Increase in attendance over of poverty. "Present-da- y tho largest over held. Treasurer writes tho Rev. Dr .Kirk in "The It Kentucky National Guard wllf re- etc. The striking feature from a branches. The clergy and laity of von Degon, an Austrian 500 yards along their front. roport showed Religion of Power," "Is becoming was exactly like going through tho ceive gladly the news that they Kentucky standpoint is that A. T. the city havo been extended an in- officer, 'he became a convert to the Robert Wulf in his the alumni was in a good financial aware of Instability In spiritual and drifts in a have been ordered back home from Hert, the now Republican Ken- vitation to bo present. President tunnels, cross-cut- s But at tho Mexican border, to which they tucky leader, was given a throw-dow- Daniel F. Murphy nnd tho new of- Catholic church, as did also Jils condition. Prof. Koster, of the matters. The century that has gold mine in tho Rockies. parents, John James Shlpman and new gym, gave an address exhorting ages In the realization tho entrance to the main tunnel were assigned last summer. They probably as a punishment ficers expect that before tho year regimental chaplain had per- aro Company A or tho First Regi- for tho false prophecies handed out ends tho society will have a, branch Prlscllla Carroll. Very early In life the alumni to start a business men's of material desires is distinguished tho g congre ho became attached to a study of class. Quite a discussion followed, by a soul discomfort that is almost, suaded the Colonel to let a hugo ment, Louisville; L. Company of v him during the campaign when in ovory German the chamber bo excavated thirty feet the Second Regiment, Frankfort, as Vice Chairman of the Republi- gation in Louisville and that the the languages, taking up Because with tho result that p. m. gym will as acute as that of the first cento 6:30 tury. Thero is a feeling of unrest be open from 4:30 underground, and the chaplain had and tho Hopkinsvllle company of can campaign ho lured his fellow membership will bo largely in- and Italian and Spanish. of this fact, and his interest in these p. m. for tho adumnl If there can abroad. The discontents of today fitted it ud as a chapel. Thero In the Third Regiment. The order party men, into helleving that creased. people, immigrants coming to tho be secured a sufficient number to aro not those of poverty, but of that underKround chapel In tho for tho return, made by the War Hughes would sweep the West and vicinity of hla home wore sent to warrant same. Brother James and prosperity. The dlscontonts of pros front-lin- e trenches, at 10 o'clock Department, became known that even Kentucky would be CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. aim for Information and advice. It Prof. Koster wore kept busy an perity are spiritual. Many aro beon Sunday morning, while cannon Wednesday night through notifica- found In the Republican column. was In some such way that he swering question about tho gym. coming aware of the futility ot suc booming overhead In a terrific bom tion to Adjt. Gen. J. Tandy Ellis Friday of last week the Cen- became acquainted with tho Czech Tho thrown-dowgiven Hert has On Tho of officers bardment told of preparing lor a at Frankfort, and followed the re- encouraged McCulloch, Franks and tral Committee of the Catholic tongue, while editor of a small Vir- suingelection resulted as fOr the en- cess, of tho emptiness of material year follows: possessions; full barns do mot al German assault, we v.th 200 French quest of Gen. Ellis for the removal other G. O. P. leaders and they will Knights of America was called to newspaper, which knowledge P. McDon-ogPresident William ways make peaceful minds; and soldiers assisted at mass, the Col- of tho companies so they could be attemnt to regain control of the order by President Kruse. After ginia helped him greatly when manaoroad which there is a onel taking part. Wo saw soldiers stationed at strategical points in Republican machine by declaring routine business was finished the later First Vice President Fred Harig. nothing tangible seems to satisfy. going to tho altar and receiving the State. The request was made themselves opposed to the prohibi- Installation of officers took place ager of a coal mine in Ohio. After Mr. Ship-maSecond Vice President Charles A dim sense of pilgrimage communion, while two of their com- - at tho Instance of Gov. Stanley. The tion platform of Hert, Haswell and with very impressive ceremonies. two years in themlnes having re-n O. Klapheke. went to New Tork, is coming in to disturb material rades oat in a little chamber, hol- roster of the officers and men of others. This is where Democracy's' William Cushing, who was. elected Secretary A. J. Qhllgschlager. entrance contentment, and tho modern man lowed on ono side ot the chapel, Company A is not yet avallablo streak of luck shows up in Ken- President at the preceding meeting, ceived through a Into the Custom civil service exTreasurer J. J. Blerne. is not so much at homo in tho , with their Angers on electric but here. Preston Vance is Captain of tucky politics. Tho organization of made a short talk on the progress House Sorgoant-at-Arm- s Louis Discher. world as he used to be." Neverthehis tons, ready to explode mines If the the company, and Frank J. Hlg-gl- the prohibition club, of the order and in regards to the amination. Whilehisworking dn law Spiritual Director Rev.. Francis less, it is not true to say that the up studies in took signal came that the attacking Geris Corporal. The Secretary of otherwise known as the Forward laws, which 'he said he intends to place ho University of tho City of J. Cassilly. Catholic church has neglected "the many see strictly adherred to. A rising at tho mans had reached tho War has ordered that the ioldlors League, had frightened .becoming his After the installation of officers gutters of earth." Hero let hisThe church authorities have made be at once returned to Kentucky. Democrats into thinking that this vote of thanks was tendered to tho New York, this thus not, however, the new President appointed his tory ...e did speak. Even a cursory roview extraordinary efforts to carry the move would create much dissension retiring President, Ben Kruse, and profession. at any tdme, tho Executive Committee as follows: of her activities, past and present, HURT DURING FHtE. consolation of religion to the solIn the Democratic ranks, 'but lo, and It was with extremo regret that forget his friends immigrants. Leahy, will show that she has surpassed The Thomas D. Cllnes, Thomas diers on tho firing line. For Inbehold, the same fight is started in the delegates, saw him step down newly arrived G. O'Brien, and does still surpass Georgel, all other motor stance, a An overheated furnace was tho the Republican camp, which means from tho chair, but it was with the Greek Catholics united to Rome in George O'Connor. James Following an workers in the field of "social servHe car has been specially constructed cause of a fire in the basement of that prohibition must too thrashed consolation that they look forward particular aroused his interest. the James interesting discussion the date of ice." It is conceded by all imparfoundation of to President Cushing to pass that aided in the to hold a perfectly appointed altar St. Martin's rectorly Tuesday morn- out in each party, and the Tuesday, observers in tho mark set by Mr. Kruse in tho past Ruthenlan Greek Catholic church of the banquet was set for aicuonogn tial Investigators and followers, who for the uso of tho Belgian army. ing, but the prompt arrival of the February along social lines that the Catholic There aro of course many places fire department quickly extinguished past threatened to Jump to the Re- years. Encouragement was given St. George in New York City in appointed 13. President his first only in their on tho front where such an ap- the flames, which did damage of publican party, are now robbed of the Social Club and many prizes 1805. He persuaded them organiza- the 'banquet to becommittee for church leads not quality in the the "Stunts" amount but in tho of her paratus can "not be used. In such several hundred dollars. The Rev. that club and will have to stay and were promised for their euchre, Greek Catholic charitable D. Cllnes contributions to tho material cases the priests crawl forward Father Loulo C. Oehle, pastor of accept tho verdict of the majority, which is to be given on February tions to Join the "United Catholic Committee, with Thomas Chairman, Law. Wlllenbrlnk ot of mankind. The Kndlctment Works" when It was formed in as under fire to minister to the sol- St. Martin's, suffered bruises on and that majority will be against 12. 1913, so as to keep closer in touch the class of '15, James O'Connor, mentioned above charges that tho diers. Many a tlmo the French in the right side, right hand and face prohibition. Locally the Chllton-bearc- y Sprunk, 1914, as church has been iheedless of the 1916, and Paul In every way with tho other CathRepublican machine hopes nEAR FROM POPE. an almost hopeless position in the In a. fall sustained while groping olics of the Latin rite. He becamo assistants. Tho meeting was linked cry of the poor and the distressed. front trenches have been cheered his way to his room to save valua- that Hent will be beaten, as they pro- Tho practical charities of the Congratulations from Pope Bene the adviser of their first Bishop, with a "smoker," which helped at dawn by a priest coming to them ble papers when fire broke out, but realize that If he selects the local church is a sufficient answer to the peace move Ortynsky, when ho camo to this vide an enjoyable evening. was able to make his way to an ticket, and which as the big Re- dict XV. .on tho recent with the holy communion. charge. Though in passing it must The remarkable revival .of re- open porch on the second floor. publican gun he will attempt to of the American Government wore country In 1897, helping in his AUXILIARY BHtTHDAY. Cathbo admitted that individual ligious feeling .among the French Father Ohle has been troubled with do, tliey aro beaten right at the conveyed to President Wilaon on administrative work in a thousand Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 6 olics, just as individuals Tvho are Republicans like Tuesday by Juan Rlano, the Span and ono ways. Ho drew up a deecriibed by many observers. rheumatism for some time, but was start, as old-liis not always the Good not to mass seni The veteran American correspond- up when the fire alarm was given. the Bernholms, Mengels, Ehrmann ish Ambassador. The .popemoves. translation of the When according the o'clock the Auxiliary of tholr first givenCatholics, havoof social justice Shepherd will celebrate the question one of tho Greek rite. will not support Hert no suggestion for future Paris, Stoddard Dewey, and others ent in to sufficient consideration and emphaFORTY HOURS. because of his pronounced prohibi The message was conveyed through Protestant denominations in New anniversary with what promises 'wrltdfl birthday sis. This criticism can not apply to half-yeSpanish Ambassador because York and New Jersey endeavored bo a really delightful of the "During the first tion views. r P. H. Messrs. Chilton and Searcy have the Papal legation at Washington to make use of the Greek rite for party. The President, Mrs. officers the church as a whole, viewed The Forty Hours devotions in war, among the eoldiers torn so either historically or presently. among Callahan, assisted by the On its purpose of prosellzation under- has 710 diplomatic status. suddenly from peaceful lives and this city for the coming week will decided that John Maas, the the reception committee, out the for these people he hurried Into fighting and killing be held at St. Vincent de Paul's taker, will lead the ticket for- own account the Spanish Govern deception. Alwayspointed he doing will form Fred Harig will have EVERYONE GRATEFUL. and Mrs. was ment has already replied to Presiand being killed, thero was much church opening with solemn and Mayor; Thruston Burgevin, a of the musical programme, seeking of comfort in religion. A beautiful ceremony at the high mer Democrat, the nominee for dent Wilson's peace note, taking something in the Interest of these charge assures a treat. Several of 'everybody Regardless that it soldier friend, not suspected of re- mass tomorrow morning and closing County Judge;4 W. S. Markolf for the positionpresent. would do noth people. Nor was tie Rutnemans whichclergy have been invited to seems to be of politics, grateful that Wilsoa, lng for the la transmitting, alone assisted by 'him, but the the addresses, and with the buffet me his own observa- on Tuesday. Rev. Father Thome, Sheriff, Matt Chilton for County ligion, told and not some blood and thunder Grinwtead for Tax the massage from the Pope the Syrians received his friendly atten- make tions in Rhelma Cathedral before the pastor, wdll direct the services nothing will be left un- patriot, is President at this parother immigrant Ambassador the waftmy destroyed .it. It was dur- - and wlH be assisted by priests from Receiver, Eugene Daily for Police Spanish. Intermediary. acted merely tion and aid. The study asd fidtiee luncheondo honor to the occasion. done to ticular crisis in the world's aoairs. races received bis Court Jude. Robert Luoas (once as an ing one of the "brMtluese move- a. number of loeal enureses. question the great war has brought about a great religious revival in Europe and turned the Beyond iwell-woranti-religioi- la them to keep mum on that score as ho doesn't want to oppose Mr. Hort just now, but if a "way can bo dis campaign fund covered to Talse Messrs. Chilton and Searcy Intend to issue a defl to M.r. Hert and tell him to go chaso nimself, as they know a Republican 'ticket declaring for prohibition would hardly meet with hearty supporj from the col- u per area voxer, wno comprises cent, of the local Republican vote. In these columns last week It was stated that ini the opinion of many Democrats ofi experience that a ticket headed bHMr. Cronan for Mayor and Mr. MoNally for Shoriff would be in danger tor ueteat. this has created wide comment and in Justice to Mr. Mentally and tho writer this statemoirt was made not because of any pergonal animosity, being friends of loag standing, but It was published with tho Intent purpose of bringing thl3 subject RUMANIA'S QUEEN AS before the leaders tfehd organizers while the campaign.. is only in its Photo shows the beautiful Queen Infancy, thresh it out, and settle Sho has been tireless In her efforts MISS RUTH LAW, THE DARING AVIATRIX. once for all the many whispered with the Recently flew around tho Statue of Liberty in New York and made murmurs of discontent a new record dn flying from Chicago to New York, about 100 miles. proposed makeup ot 'the ticket. She is a sister of Rodman Law, the balloonist. INTEREST INitETREAT. ments of French troops, after Rev. J. P. O'Mahoney, chaplain Charlerol and Mons. All tho liveof the Knights offColumbus, and long night, hero and thero in the tho committee of clergy and laygreat church, wherever they could men aro making great preparation find a place, by a pillar or on tho And Ills Splendid Work as a open pave, fifty soldier-priesIn Lay Apostle to the their uniforms like the rest heard confessions of their comrades who Continues to Sinllo on Democracame kneeling one after the other tic Party in State and praying for the sacramental abNation. solution. A few days later, in full battle of the Marno, five German Helped Bishop For soldiers found in Ills church the in a Thousand and One old French cure of a village where the fight was raging, and snatched .Republicans and Bull Moosors Ways. the opportunity to make their conBegin a Bitter Party death-hofessions. It was the which tries men's souls." Fight. ! County Assessor. unaniAll of the nhove 'have mously declared themselves opposed to running on a prohibition platform, but Mr. earcy has told .. Dlinnili uuiimaoun xilji if urticrs "ui.u Cf...tnciw, All in the Field of Social -- nrt Service. Practical Charity Is a Sufficcnt Answer to tho Antl- Religlou?. IS SIMPLY A LITERARY TRICK SnfPMAN - fellow-Catholic- FORTUNE s. ts Im-ihigra- nt. thcceks ur 'I M. -- n, . broad-brimm- ed court-martia- , long-draw- y n, English-speakin- n h. soul-hung- er ns Haly-Beckha- m mine-field- ." or Haly-Beckha- m well-bei- ng ne ar or a . I. l JEUSHriXJOJSr5r Euchre and lotto party by ladles of tho parish In St. KVBRY SATURDAY. PUBLISHBD hall, Thirteenth school Patrick's to ft Sethi Mi MMtl Airmtuatmtrtit Writ Awfkaa aal GUtotks and Market. RVrtinmrr 9 El Nomo Min e HMmmUbb, YMg Mea's OJOeJaMr ImiefMd by Aielaat Od strels 'for benefit of St. Francis of aad Catkelte BalfMs of America. last Asslssl church in St. Boniface Hall. January 26 Euchre and lotto for KENTUCKY IBIH AMKWtOAN PRINTING OQ lcofpwrf, FuallahTs benefit ot St. William's church in SIWQLB COPY ONB DOLLAR PBR YBAR ajUBlCRHTlON PWCB, evening only. ftatUf. 1 Ladies' Sowing January Hatows at tt Wasfr tW Pgfrjte 1 Wait 8re St. Society annual charity euchro and aH CSMlteM to tto KMTUCKY MHSH AMiWCANJW-2AMrtea lotto for St Anthony's Hospital, fMi I Phoenix Hill Hall, afternoon and evening. January 31 Opera, "Brides of ffiwJ5ffijWcOIUN(L Iona," by St. Columba's Dramatic IRISH AJSJBEiXCJJ& THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE Or- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COMING EVENTS. Monday night DOUBTED That Question of Angcllcan dinations Will Bo Opened by Vatican. ill! 18-1- 2Cattfmmtttttitj5 INCORPORATED (0 well-tailore- WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. Truth and Error Mingled in Report as to Unity Move. taa-C- tJ 30-3- -- IM- JX- -i ." j, r HOUSE DRESSES And Bungalow Club. Await Authentic Information I February 5 and 6 Regarding Scope of the ...SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1917 euchre and Jotto at St. Paul's LOUIITIULI. KT Rumored Inquiry. church, South Jackson street, afterAnticipating the enormous rise in cotton cloth, we secured for early selling a large their church to guide as a good noon and evening. it. i. r. February 8 Euchro and lotto for mother, and should shun as they quantity of standard qualities which we had made up into well-mad- e and d With sincere regret the Kentucky would poisonous vipers these moral benefit of St, Augustine's church, POPE DESIRES FRIENDLYFEELINu- House Dresses and Aprons. These we are able to offer at surprisingly low prices afternoon and evening. learned that "Wil- lepers who are spreading Irish American their really much below their present market value. February 12 Lincoln day social and pub- loathsome Infection wherever their liam H. Hughes, editor Tor St. Ann'B church, at St. Ann's Michigan Catholic, had pernicious presence is intruded. Inasmuch as the quantities are rather limited we advise early selection in order to lisher ot tho Hall, afternoon. and night. Wo accept with reserve tho repassed away at 'his home near Dethe benefit of these splendid offerings. get that Benedict troit on Sunday night. William C8aaqc8X8acw3xe:KvcaqQ portappoint Popecommission is about SITUATION DESPERATE. to of Cara 69o Bungalow Aprons of splendid percalo in $1.00 Middy Stylo Bungalow Apron of fine Hughes was a real and honored dinals who will consider tho probBy adjourning Parliament until ivhito and dark blues. Theso are open-bac- k quality percale. This is slipover stylo with journalist, and by his death the lem of Christian unity. Truth and George error aro so mingled in the report Catholic press suffers a distinct February. Premier Lloyd aprons with short sleeves, low neck and deep sailor collar of blue, laced TQiysyfl6tyflfryflrBCfHjrflfi0ra that it is hard to separate them. loss. He was well known to the and his Tory Cabinet have made pocket. Thoy are full length and full width and tie in front. Cuffs are also trimmed in The appointment of tho commission Catholic clergy and laity all over sure of their offices, for a few wo do not doubt, but wo await goods and come in all sizes. They aro nicely bluo and they aro made with belt the United States, and will be re- months. It would, however, be a at J. B. Riley registered last week authentic information regarding trimmed around neck, cuffs and belt with and pocket. These are cut extra full in West Baden on a visit for rest the scope of tho inquiry which it of mistake to believe that tho Tories membered here "for his words and recuperation. contrasting piping. all sizes and are most exceptional values. will undertake. That the question encouragement and advice before can command tho "support of all of tho validity of Anglican ordinaany Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Gleeson re- tions will again bo opened by $1.25 High-grad- e ?1.00 Splendid Amoskeag Gingham and PerGingham and Colored Piquo tho American Federation of Cath- parties In the house" for the turned calo House. Dresses made up in four excellent Bungalow Aprons. Ginghams aro made open olic Societies and the Catholic length of time. Tho great bulk of trip to this week from a business Vatican we doubt, despite tho posiNew York City. tive assertions of tho press iroports. styles; Amoskeag gingham in black and front with full round collar, belt and cuffs Press Atesoclatibm To .tho Michi- the. Liberals, and, .Radicals, are,, disTho article which wo published turn of affairs and gan Catholic and his family we gusted at tho white, bluo and white, and pink and white of solid colored chambray pocket is trimmed Phil Cavanaugh was this week last week on the mission of Father They are trimmed of tho same. They como in various atchecks; all various sizes. tender our heartfelt sympathy. May do not conceal their conviction a visitor at Charlestown, Ind., re- Clavassy to this country clearly inin solid colored, chambray'at neck and cuffs tractive checked patterns, trimmed either God grant him that peace and rest that a Coalition Government was turning from Cincinnati. dicates that Pope Benedict is strivfrom the first a huge blunder. At and aro made with three-quartsleeves pink or blue. Tho piques are all solid pink, which none other can give. left Sunday for ing by every means in his power John any rate, It is cortaln that they Chicago, F. Oetkon will remain on to bring the Orthodox churches of Percale Dresses aro bluo or yellow with linon collars of whito "Where ho and low neck. the East into reunion with Rome. EDUCATIONAL DICTATORS. would welcome an opportunity to business until March 1. made in black and white and bluo and white piped in black and white. Belts and pockets There is no question of tho validity got the Government into their own checks and in white grounds with black are also piped in black and white. priesthood of the in these. previous to the last election Just Sherley Cunnlff was a visitor at hands again, and when they do no Their IRISH AMERICAN checks and black, blue and pink figures. the local Junior Order notified the Tories need apply. Their chance the State capital last week, regis- schismatic churches. ordained,priests they havo been validity tering at tho Frankfort Hotel. Board of Educacandidates for the offer a real sacrifice, and tho sacra- tQ&$Q4QQQ4Q&&$$&QQQ&SS$QQ&M&4&$$$$& they expect. before a special may como sooner than tion, to appear ments are validly administered in Mrs. LIzzIo Curran was a recent their churches. Only on very few now not very far from England is committee of that body and answer Nelson county, the guest stage, and if tho visitor in does teachas to their qualifications for a the bread riot of her son, Robert Curran, and points of doctrine that their Rome. 3$$S3",$8&$44$ ing differ from of Germans press their submarine war- family. place on the board. It developed Their chief difficulty is their rehighly probable that Engis accept tho authority of the that the chief qualification neces- fare itwill be in tho throes of a fusal Judge and Mrs. Matt O'Doherty Pope. to Since tho eleventh century, sary and the one on which the land which will leave the first of February to when tho Greek schism was conEaster, in candidates were quizzed was would revolution before who represent the spend several weeks at Punta summated, with tho exception of a Tories, WEEK COM. MONDAY, JANUARY 22 Gorda, Fla. successful candidate vote in case the tho very brief period, tho Eastern aristocratic section of the populafavor of allowing a Catholic girl churches havo been separated from MATS. WED, AND SAT. D. J. Gleeson, D. L. McCarthy tho Unity of Christendom. would be obliged to take to to teach In the public schools. One tion, cover. England's situation Is much and N. A. Gathof were Louisville tho A Now Play of Abo and Mawrnsa Endorsed by Tho candidate answered that he would buyers much sought after last week Orthodoxnations included in tho schism aro Russia, young lady more desperate than the outside in New York City. the White Iiiet of Catholic Theater Movement. in the event that the In Balkan States and Greece. Indeed, signs are gone through the Normal world is aware. show nahad independent Major John Gault, who has been these countries have grown up. that she has not wanting to tional churches School after receiving her primary 111 homo on St. at A. H. WOODS already reached the end of her nfrpfit. 'his now ImDrovlnc Catherine Among tho members of these rapidly education in tho parochial school. ia schlsmlstic churches tho opposition hope and is eagerly waiting for and able to receive his friends. PRESENTS It is needless to say that this can- something to turn up which would to the See of Peter is as proMULLOY'S COFFEE support didate did not receive tho Sunday nounced as is tho bitterness in some hercountries, This examining give (her a chance to extricate pre- forMiss Kate Newman left For cenProtestant of the Juniors. her home in Frankfort, after turies the Popes havo been striving Is the best coffee value offered. a serious board, who assumes to control our self gracefully from spending a week with her brother, to win back the schismatics of the If you want a delicious, InexpenWill C. Newman, and Mrs. Newman. East, but. with little success thus sive coffee, local educational institutions, was dicament. "ABE" composed of a butcher, an far. The Russian ohurch, which is TRY OU- Rhas returned to a EMIGRATION. John Madden State church, absolutely conand an undertaker, nono of Dayton, Ohio, after a most enjoy- trolled by tho Government, has parents, Mr. and whom would even know where the Immigration Commissioner Howe able visit with his flc particularly hostile. Normal School is located, and yet Is not disturbed with tho appre- Mrs. Peter D. Madden, and friends beon -2 1.2 r.bs. of these Yet tho position some prefer not to judge the Junior hension that the United States will In Jeffersonvllle. different churches is altogether Special rebate ticket good for society. tho Protestant of Order as an from 10c In trade with 2 lbs. of be deluged with alien immigrants Rev. John T. O'Connor and Al- church that which sprang up since tho New Blend. after tho war in Europe is over. bert Richards, both of this city, Protestant-IsEXPERIMENT. HAZARDOUS reformation. Ho expects to see a big number of and Rev. J. N. Mulvihill, of rejects tho priesthood and tho JOHN M. MULLOY, wwa nt West Baden Orangemen of the North are that class who aro at present hero Springs this week on a Tecreatlvo sacramental system entirely. It The 212 Wait Market. has gono to the very extreme of as much opposed to conscription in return to their native land. In visit. destruction and unbelief. Only a cites tho Ireland as their Catholir fellow support of this belief he tho Anglican of R Mi anil Mrs. J. B. Wathen left Bmall section METROPOLITAN COMPANY countrymen of the South, and this fact that no less than 1,200,000 church and the "high church" Thursday to spend the remainder Episcopalians in this country claim HEADED BY consteerage tickets have already been of tho winter at Miami, Fla., where universal Irish aversion to scription is well known to tho engaged at the steamship companies they will bo joined by their daugn-te- r, to have a priesthood or to be Cathany sense. The question of Mrs. Charles Cooney, of Syra- olic in claims was thoroughly Government. But British Ministers by aliens who are only awaiting the exThe Original Abe Potash. their running dawn of peace to go back to tho cuse, N. Y. have been in the habit of , amined by a Papal commission and SEATS NOW ON SALE. "MAWRUSS' & counter to Irish opinion and in "old country." These people probaunder Pope Leo been decided adversely years ago. Pierce Dixon, who has Tho spite of the certainty of bloodshed bly are convinced that there will spending a vacation with his par- kill, twenty-tw- o not tho and tho necessity of employing a be greater opportunities for them to ents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Dixon, bull, "Apostollcae Curae" Dr. ToffArannvlllfl. lias Teturned to "Apostollcao Sedls" as largo army to enforce compulsory imrpovo their lot in the work of of tho ANNOUNCES FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER where he is studying Anglicanreport says disposednot immilitary service, tho belief is gen- rehabilitation than they find here. St. Meinrad's, contention. It is for the priesthood. may be possible that the questions eral that Lloyd George will venture Those who have accumulated savvery unlikely to it this hazardous experiment. He has ings of any account expect perhaps Edward Baker, of this city, and reopened, but at Is bo reopened this time. Prominent Business Man Throws Hat In the Ring Kepley, of been fully warned in advance that to be able to Invest the same Miss Bessie We have no doubt whatever that Mo., were married on tho Irish people will not tolerate profitably in farm lands or in busi- Tuesday in Jeffersonvllle, tho Rev. Pope Benedict wishes to cultivate conscription, and that any attempt ness enterprises on more advan- Father Michael Haipin, or at. friendly feeling, not only with Anto enforce it will lead inevitably tageous terms than they possibly Augustine's, performing the cere- glicans, but with Protestants generally. His sacred office Imposes to widespread revolt. The mony. could in the United States. piJFV!?? on him the duty of charity for all his of doing all Fifth owners of such properties, more or The marriage of Miss Mary R. thaterring children andthem all into he can to bring PROBLEMATIC. less Impoverished by tho war, will Tliirno tin,! nrfffi H. Miller took But It is easy tho fold money and bo willing to place at St. Louis Bertrand's church to raise of Christ. by exaggerated need the false Tho effect of the Thiirsuliiv mornlnc at 7 o'clock. statements of hopes tho Pope pro- Louisville Business College part with their possessions at a what law is problematic. States may bargain rate in order to obtain it. Rev. Father E. A. Baxter perform poses to do. We regard the report immeuiaujiy published in many secular dallies "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" ing tne ceremony. not go "dry" so readily if tho All this is plausiblo enough and the after the happy young couple left voter appreciates that prohibition last Saturday as exaggerated ana SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS is quite likely to confirm on a bridal tour to Cincinnati, Inaccurate in many particulars. Tho means the abolition not only of tho future On theory. Columbus and other points. Under tho Management of Howe's Commissioner of a commission on n appointment they will so to saloon but of the decanter in tho church unity is probable enough; Should such be the case, then there their Toturn 1041Sfiventh street. iit sideboard as well. Also one of is a possibility of this country" exbest wishes ot their but It would be just as well for tho arguments for national prohibi- periencing an. embarrassing short- They have theand acquaintances for newspaper writers not to attempt many friends (Formerly with Sponcorian) tion has been removed. It was cont age of labor, 'more particularly of a happy and prosperous journey on to outline the work of the comMr. McCarty is still doing that Popo himself mission until tho o sea of matrimony. tended that becauso of the protecwork that Spencerian speaks. A word from him is worth tho unskilled class, for which it tho solicitors have told you about for tion that tho interstate commerce has been dependent on these aliens Mr. nnri Mrs. James C. O'Brien reams of newspaper speculation. past sixteen years. clause of the constitution gave to to .lirwrfn nt n hlrtlnl.iv n.irtv on Day and Night Classes. a large extent, instead of being INTO HEAVENLY REST. the liquor traffic, It was impossible swamped with it as some alarmists nin pvenlnc at their resi WivinoRflnv Phonea: College Office, Oity 7883; street, dence, 1G01 West Kentucky for a State actually to go "dry" aro prophesying. Main Residence, City There was truly genuine grief Cumb. Cumb. 468. 129. In honor or Mrs. jonn rraenors West unless there were national prohibiof 4879; attract-ivl- v among the Sisters of Charity birthday. The house was tion and "stoppage at source," to dp.rnr.itwl In creen and red. Nazareth and her many acquaintThe Mexican American Commiswas THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT tax phrase. Per- sion, that has been deliberating for Mrs. Leo Forst presided at the ances when announcement use an income haps now that a "dry" State Is per- four months, was formally dissolved punch bowl, uovers were iaia ior made Wednesday morning of tho Sister Adeline, aged Misses Rose Graas, mitted to wall itself against an in- Monday. Nothing whatever was ac tho following: Helen Swift, Maymo death of seventy years, at Sts. Mary and Maymo Graas, vasion of liquor it will permit other complished, tho only concession Rmrift Knlllo Swift. Catherine Elizabeth Hospital, following an extended over six States to live as they desire and made being granted Mexico. This O'Brien, Imelda Kippes, Marie illness that Sister Adeline had been think best. ivueen months. vexing ' problem now rests with DlcK, uorotny xraenor, years, during a nun for forty-eigKippes, Mary Klrwln, Genevia President Wilson.' years of which time she Messrs. Thomas Martin. Del thirty-si- x AWAY WITH THEM. Johnson, Thomas Nally, John Zieg- - had nursed thd sick at tho hospital she died. She ds DR. H. E. MECHLING. We are bored to death, writes BUFFALO HILL A CATHOLIC. ler, Michael BocKert, jnester ueu, In whichbrothers, John and survived William Shelby Bennett, Charles Graas, Cas by two Tho announcement of Dr. H. E. formerly a member of tho Board of Hi)))BHMflH02BiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBK.i the Rev. Father Maher, D. D in elstor, Mrs. J. Dolgar, and a The funoral of Col. William F. per Kippes, Oscar uraas, snioias Mechllng, prominent tin business Aldermen, and is President of tho the Catholic Advance, with the in- niiv fTiiiffriln Bllll took nlace rVTirlnn nnil Wsr. and Mosdames Scally. Tho funeral services were circles, being President ot Swiss National Dyers' and Cleaners' Asmorning at the hoscessant, persistent and impertinent from the State Capitol in Denver Michael Fallon, Irwin Prinz, W. J. held Thursday Dyers, Cleaners the body An tie late ind aaw Sty! s and Skarpsi civic life andLouisville, and aalso In sociation. in d males, and last Sunday, the biks Being CodV Kllkelly, J. u. U'unen, jonn pital chapel,toafter which for interDr. Mechllng believes in a sound band of as candiin Nazareth Col. nharira nt thA flinpra.1. Traenor, John Swift, Leo Forst, Ed- was taken aabefaoBd oeri- at rp'nable pftaM date for the office of County Com mind in a sound body. Ho is popespecially females, who are eking ment there in tho burying grounds a Catholic, having oeon bap- ward Kippes, Thomas O'Brien. died bo received by the ular as a referee, because of hte missioner, out a lazy living and a gratifying tized by Rev. Christopher Walsh, for the members of the order which "As Near to You as the (Nearest Phone peoplo of will Louisville and Jefferson absolute honesty and fairness. He she had served so long. DONNELLY. notoriety in recent years by origin- assistant rector at tho Denver CHAMPION county with much interest. He is has distinguished himself in athating methods and ways for intro Cathedral, the Tuesday afternoon prominently known in athlotic cir- letic sports of all kinds, and is sononARSHiPSj Trinity CounOar Special $3.00 Spray cles in Louisville, and is regarded equally as enthusiastic in business At the meeting of ducing immodesty and lechery preceding his death. cil. Y. M. I., Monday evening Robcivic matters. His friends will R(hninrsMns at St. Xavier and Oar Special $5.00 Wreath as ono of our most progressive anddelighted among decent Christian peoples. tenST. CECILIA'S. ert Donnelly "was awarded tho to hear that ho is now young men, whoso interest in civic bo Colleges will bo award trophy, Jiavlng La Salletto Eugenics, a Greek word invented nis tournament affairs never tires, and who has taking an active part in local poli The largest values in Fuse-ra- l congrega- defeated Ray KIrchdorfer in tho ed to pupils of the Eighth graao 01 Tho members of tho to reprobate by a. disreputable identified himself with every move- tics, and the announcement of his Flowers ever offered in Rnhool. Covineton. Tho fivmnarfum Committee Ht Tatriplr'R tion of St. Cecilia's church will give ment for tho betterment of condi- candidacy for County Commissioner cover his dirty teaching, is mouthed a Louisville. Mrnmlnation will bo entertainment on Mon- Toivirt1 that thev were orcanlzinc tions in the city and all that makes will be read with interest by his namo of a day and Tuesday, February 10 and a basketball league and that ath held tho last week In January and how as it it were the For prompt delivery call 223 for a greater Louisville. He was host or admirers. Advertisement. both phones. science too long keptfrom human 20. Euchro and lotto will bo letics in general were receiving a second week in June. Tne following Board of; Examiners has boon ken. Othor enics are being added played oh Monday afternoon and big boom In Trinity, bowling, Coras, Bbbiohb and Callouses Removed "Withent Pain l evening, and and tennis appointed: Judge Prank M. Tracy, fniloor evening Iagrowa and Abnormal Treated. on to the Tecklng muck heap of a candy and Tuesday the children pulling for having a large following among Commonwealth Attorney Stephens all Blakoly, Peter GUI, William Gould, stuff that St. Paul tells us "should win ho hold on Tuesday afternoon. tho members. mewo Prof. James Powers and Charles not be even mentioned" among Many 'handsome prizes will be Rev. Thomas McCaffrey Is Pence. JF 4M lTAUtol VOLCANOES. Catholics who know awarded and everyone Is cordially Chritlfl. :he pastor of St. Patrick's, and his entertainment PairUiM?nue ioutnWrj their eatechiem m they should have invited. Tho the school liall, will ranks foremost INSTRUMENTS STERILIZED St A census of the volcanoes in the parochial school take place at all tb knowledge neeessary to Cecilia street, betweea Twenty-fift- h world shows there are. 672 in all, among all the schools that 506.7 Both Phoaes 1X29 Baildisi telegraphed everyw)Mee" "Flowers Covington. streets. eoniport themselves- properly have and Twenty-sixt- h of which 276 are active. Pre-Lente- n or Housekeeping Aprons. SOGIETY. all-arou- all-arou- nd -- er -- MACAU LEY'S POTASH and I NEW BLEND 2 03b PERLMUTTER IN anti-Cathol- ic Cln-ninn- nl. ed m SOCIETY r, ALL-STA- GERMAN BANK BARNEY BERNARD Pal-mlor- l's ;$ :? KMte&Z&m Inde-nnndRn- and Market Sts. lft Webb-Keny- on ' house-icnniT- - r. l. Mccarty hlgh-grad- Kin-no- v? ht animal-minde- - fln-ii- a two-day- s' bas-Vrvth- base-bal- nowmmo Di Uriah L Litsey, Chiropodist trk - "'T jKKTPTJOJKTSr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS COLORED PEOPLE'S MISSION. C. IP., XXIX AJS&J&JBULCAJX' HTEm LIVES HERE. The will of the late Patrick Breen was filed last Friday at Maysvillo for probate in tho County Court. It disposes of a laTgo and his threo children, Mrs. Roger Dovino, of Cleveland; Edward Breen, of Louisville, and Thomas Breen, of Maysville, are the solo beneficiaries, each receiving equal shares. es-ta- to Notice to Taxpayers. . The Rev. Father Edwin Ronan, of the Sacrod Heart Retreat, The County Board of Tax SuperReaders of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly has been conducting a very suc- visors will meet In tho office of the announcements urged to patronize advertisers whose cessful mission thts week in St. County Assessor, Courthouse Monica's church for colored people (fourth floor), dally botween they find in these colums. We aim to protect our1 readtho at Lebanon, of which tho Rev. Jo- J hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 12 ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. seph A. Hogarty Is tho pastor. o'clock noon, for tho purpose of PEOPMS PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Father Edwin also addressed the equalizing the assessment of real HISR St. Vdncent de Paul Society. Incorporated. for 1917 and personal property citizens taxes. was organized by A Sewing Machine For Christmas to make BECOMES A CITIZEN. In the absence of the board comLOANS plaints may bo Hied with the secI Sell (he Best. ScMc. the famous retary of the board between the John McCormack, on furniture and other personal prop erty at Irish tenor singer, has applied to hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 5 C. LOWEST BATES. the Federal Court In Philadelphia o'clock p. m. Coleman Bids:., 542 East Jefferson St. for American citizenship. In his Tho board will meet for thirty S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. petition he gave his age as thirty-tw- o days and adjourn February 3, 1917. Both Phones, 2886. Phone M. 926-years and his occupation as a ARTHUR E. MUELLER, ESTABLISHED 1803 Homo Phone City 9632-- J vocalist. Ho was born in Athlono, Chairman. Ireland, and came to this country P. J. WELSH. REPAIRING TUCK CHIMNBT j bacon a son iMrnDDnDATcrT BUY We Qlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. well-know- n COVINGTON. JOHN DORSEY, POINTING WM. H. SMART PULSTEBXHCt AND BHICKWOBK ST. CS3 BAST CHESTNUT Louis 'A. Broring, D. D. S. In 1904. DB)NTIST Homi PhHi 2556 MACKIN COUNCIL. W, Market St Mrs. Nora Keller, of Greenup street, Covington, announces the engagement of her daughter Bess to Wilfred C. Gelsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Gelsen, of Holman street. The wedding will bo an event of tho spring at St. Mary's Cathedral, after which tho young PIAZZA, JOS. E. couple will resido in Covington, Secretaries. where the groom-eleis connected with his father in business. ct Lovely Dresses Are These " Mackin Council held an interesting meeting Monday night, the hall being well filled. After the regular ENGRAVERS AMERICAN ELEVATORS routine there was a general discusAnnonnaes the Removal MKUOH ENGRAVING COMPANX sion of athletics and the Tunning of His Offioe to MADE. IN LOUISVILLE BY spring Marathon race. An of a ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS excellent start has been anade and ELEVATOIl & ELBCTROTYPERS AMERICAN President Seb Hubbuch. is planning Annex, Weissinpr-jjaulbe- rt Louisville, Hy for a year of much activity.. Next M6 W. Mala St., MACHINE CO. Home Phone City 6874 Monday night it is expected that arrangements will be completed for Hoars 1 to 2 p. m., 7 to S p. m, JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. the retreat to be given under tho Santlay 10 to 11 a. m. "SOUTHERN STAR" Council and auspices of Mackin Phancs-Soa- th 2080. City 0463. Headquarters for ending on Passion Sunday. SLICED BACON AND FARM PROPERTY. -- AM Beady for Your Griddle 1b the CITY Poor Inventors, Attention. HELP Tins HOME. See us about anything in real Horning" estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. money enough to If HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Those of our readers who would patentyou haven't your invention, 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. spend a pleasant and profitable cure a partner for you. let us sePROVISION CO. LOUISVILLE All correevening should not fail to attond spondence (Incorporated.) Homo Phone City 4464. strictly confeuchre and lotto to bo con- identially. treated tho Residence Phone, Pewee Valley under the auspices of tho Association. International Inventors' ducted SEE POOLEY McCnmio Suits Phone, City 3180. Board of Directors of the Visitation Bldg., Omahn, NcW homo for work CONFIDENTIAL Home, the Catholic MONEY TOR ing girls at G15 West Walnut RELIABLE JOS. DALY steet, at tho Tyler Hotel next P. R. POOLEY SOCIETY DIRECTORY Wednesday. This deserving instiCONTRACTING PAINTER Building l Room 1, tution is now successfully in charge 420 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. of the Sisters of Mercy, and the 4 IS Fourth Street proceeds will bo used to help pay A. 0. H. off the indebtedness of about $4,000 THOS. J. BRODERIOE WM. ISGRIGG that still exists on tho borne and handicaps its usefulness. DIVISION 3. BHBET METAL CONTRACTOR PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE First and third Friday, Hibernian HtlSSANE VS. ZBYSCKO. 0 4105 Honry Street Home, Portland. Home Phone City 4392-- J President John J. Riley. Wrestling fans are enthusiastic Homo Phone, Shawnte 1383-1000 Zasa Street Vice President Tim O'Leary. over the big match scheduled here Recording Secretary John Mar for Tuesday night at tho Amiory, Home Phone Shawnee 808 THE PHIL. HOLLENBA0H CO. as they realize that the winner of tin. John J. Financial Secretary this bout is tho logical contender HENRY GOSS INCORPORATED for championship honors with Brodorick. aUTTSBXXQ, SFOTTTZXa BOOFZ3TO, Distillers Of Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Stecher. Hussano is well known Sergeant-at-Arm- s Pat Begley. here, and with tho exception of OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH Tin Bof Bepalred ana Sainted Sentinel Thomas Noone. 'HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE Cutlor and Stecher has found the ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY pretty Loaisvlllo, Ky. others easy. Zbyscko is easy near aoil WMt Broadway, XauUvUle, JCy. 528 W. Main St. in his unknown here, winning DIVISION 4. one appearance, but has never been ARTISTIC PRINTING Hus- Meets second and fourth Mondays, defeated, and if he wins over Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. sano the next match in order would The Great American CLASS WORK President Thomas Lynch. bo ho and Stecher. Vice President John J. Barry. Give This OffleVTflW $S$..AK&Z Financial Secretary Thomas J. TAYLOR & WILLIAMS SOCIAL CLUB DOINGS. "" Langan, 807 West Oak. 317 "W. GREEN ST. j. YCORPpRATED. Recording Secretary Martin Tho meetlnc of tho C. K. of A. LOUJSiqLLE, KY. Telephone City 946 Social Club was called to order Treasurer John F. Burke. Jo- Tuesday night by President Sergeant-at-Arm- s "UMonlr Thomas oAnl. Tho ivimmlftoo flint ftlM'$'"M-M4'iW'HlMfrw2? appointed to see if tho Central Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Comaifttee. jejjuld assist in getting prizes reported tnSt many ?nd beau j.' tiful prizes wouia do given, Y. M.I. Social Club now numbers forty-eigmembers, and with tho progMAdQJf COUNCIL, 205. ress being made It is safe to predict 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, that within" the next two months Meets Mondayvfivenings at Club It will have 100 members, josepn House, 344 North Twenty-sixttho jj P. McGinn kindly let them havo SecPresident S. O. 'Hubbuch. use of his beautiful home on First Vlco President William nresent will ond ntroot null those A. Link. nrt onrvn fnrtrftt the irood time had rECOJVEJSS. Raymond Second Vice President there Col. McGinn and his daugh E. Schott. Homo City 2UU8 ter certainly maue tnings pieasani Climb. Main 2008-- a Financial Secretary WiJHam G. for the Social Club and also served Buckel. I 1 v IIIHIM1II was Ifl HI Goorge Glas3 refreshments. utobert Recording Secretary Vice President. Things elected First now taking definite shape and Morris. are Treasurer George J. Thornton everybody was enthusiastic when it CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y Marshal Joseph Hohman. HOME PHONE 88 to give a minstrel was proposed Morris B Insido Sentinel show and navo a meeting ui iuu timer. members who are musically inOutside Sentinel James Hill. clined with a view of getting toSo far gether for an orchestra. the club has a pianist, two violin- possiblo closing of many o schoo ists nno clarinetist. Another meet Thus 5ias the nerco ing will bo held Sunday afternoon wnx TtrnfAl Yirrnlnst two CatllO at St. Martinis .nan, esnecy mm onTinnla In Savannah resulted In grand expose of how Methodls Gray streets, at 2 o'clock. wc Baptists and Presbyterians ropolvlnrr lnrtrn K1I111R from tho StC BIGOTS MISS TnEIR MARK. for tho support of their school The forces' of bigotry in Georgia, and In some instances tnese scnoc in aiming to cripple Catholic edu- will now be compelled to close tnc cation in that State, have overshot doors. their mark. !l was Recently tho accusation APPEALS TO PRIESTS. made that two Catholic schools in Pnp nvnr two vears now the ml Savannah wero receiving State aid "in violation of tho policy of our sionary mass outfits sent to needy IAL. S. SMITH, PROP. Government in regard to the use missionaries by tho Ofthonc unurcn of State funds for denominational Extension Society htrve been minus schools." Tho report reached Mr. missals, duo to tho scarcity of them Britain, Superintendent of Schools In thlB country on account of tho In Georcia. that the Chatham war. At different tlme3 tho Extenfrom County Board of Education was aid sion Society has received country the ing these two uatnonc scnoois. n priests throughout BOTH PHONES 810. seems the Savannah schools were missals they had no further use MfnhilRhed nrior to tho constitu for, and these wero used, 4n many and ntnnrps. to comDleto the SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. J tional convention of 1877, sys sent to poor priests. Besides outfits need formed an independent, locai tem. However, tho State superin- ing them for the mass outuis, me tendent directed the Superintendent society has a number of requisitions schools on file for missals. The Catholic to see that no sectarian Church Extension Society would were illegally aided. Tho question was submitted to therefore appreciate it very much Cumberland, W8t 11 484 Home Phono Shawnee v. fienprni. n.nd it devel if priests having extra missals, not oped that some fifteen Protestant too badly worn, would 6end them schools, six conducted by Meth to the offices of the society, which McCormick odists, SIX Dy uapUBte, imo "J are located at 750 numerous apPresbyterians, etc., with tho proba- building, so that the INCORPORATED. bilities of many more, wore receiv- peals now pending for this article ing not only State aid for the con- - may be taken care of as quickly as .l.inllno rvP ttlft fMVh(nlS. but that tllO possible. school buildings liau Deen erecieu APPEALS TO GERMANY. scnoois for these denominational and the grounds purchased with the Chapel Free nroventlnc further umii 3101 WEST BROADWAY 2 State funds. Consternation spread Belgian ndeportations and bringing tor&troBS. in the Protestant camp when the Attorney General announced to the nVinnt tho rmiiinauon oi uiuau iiiState Superintendent that if it was Teady sent to Germany, Pope Bene illegal for him to al'd the two dict has made representations io schools, the tho Imperial Government, according Catholic Savannah same rule would oDiige mm 10 to a letter from Cardinal Gasparrl, church the Papal Secretary of State; to withhold funds wherever BOTH PHONES 2399 were found. The At- Cardinal Mercier, Primate of connections which has been given out in. torney General also ruled that the coum uui London, uaramai uaspam saya iu service. We are as for first-claState superintendent Give us a trial legally withhold funds from the his letter: close to vou as your phone. Prompt service, day and fatherly "Tho Pontiff, whose two Savannah schools, through inCARS. Courteous and reliable night. PACKARD the ability to anticipate a violation of heart is deeply moved by all Belalthough Mr. sufferings of the chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. of 1877, tho law retrnrApA the arrangement gian people, has instructed me to nroiuor in violation of the policy of the inform Your Eminence that, taking a vivid interest (in your people who Government. Thereupon me sent notice last week that have been so harshly put on trial, BROADWAY SEVENTH, NEAR ho. urnniii withdraw State aid from he has already pleaded In their favor with the Imperial Governall denominational schools. ment and that ho will do everything anu uii wetnouisi The schools especially havo been hard in his power in order that an end deportations hit; a great many more schools may be put to the have already ore concerned therein than men- nnri Hint thnsa who Funeral Directors tioned, and the legality of the High been carried oft far from their Schools of Georgia under the con- country may soon be back amid Embalmers. stitution will bo brought into the their mourning families." At any fate the sweeping case. NORTON BUILDING Blue serge appears for xra&xiR changes that will be made will !ni K.W.Cfrner Feurth and JeffersM voire great financial loss and the Telephone 1092. 430 Dr. J. T. Hulskamp EL NOMO MINSTRELS. We are showing the most becoming creations in taffeta, messaline, satin, charmeuse, crepe de chine and French serge. There are about twenty-fiv- e different styles in the collection that have never been shown before, and are positively advance spring creations. Shown in every good color and fashioned in both belted and plaited models. At $9.88, $12.88, $14.88. The El Nomo Minstrels will give their Dixieland performance for the benefit of St. Francis of Asslssl church at St. Boniface Hall on Sunday and Monday night, February 18 and 10. Tho minstrel company has furnished the best singing chorus over heard in an amateur company, while the individual soloists aro all worthy of mention. LEXINGTON. WAIS7S AND MIDDIES Waists and Middies The Waists in plain and fancy voiles, organdies and batiste; striped white or black; shown with a new design in collars and daintily trimmed. The Middies in a heavy quality of galatea cloth; choice of cither whito trimmed in white, or white trimmed in colors ; choice of cither AVaists or Middies 97c Other Waist Offerings in fifty attractive styles, in which aro some of the early spring models. The materials aro French voiles, organdies, batiste, taffetas, Georgette, crepe, k crepe dc chine, pusy willow silk, lace and chiffon combinations; these in pleasing plaid combinations, tho favorite solid colors, white and black. Spscially priced at S1.97 to S6.95 all-sil- 21-- J. Barry Council, Y. M. I., of Lexington, provided a very enjoyable smoker" for its newly elected officers and the members upon their installation last week. Tho officers for the year 1917 are President, dent, J. J. Galvin; Second Vice President, John Colbert; Financial Secretary, Edwin White; Recording Secretary, Charles Fister; Treasurer, Michael McAuliffo; Executive Committee, J. B. Shannon, John Grant, Ray Hillenmoyer, T. C. Coyne, James J. O'Brien; Sentinels, John Kelly and J. K. Lusse. rONTIFF IS NEUTRAL. 203-20- 4 J. B. Ginocchlo; First Vice Presi- x kAAAAAAAAiJlAAAAAIla ffTVvVTVTwWVVTWilf DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT 1 I Courier-Journa- 1818-182- L. "It is confirmed that Popo. Benedict has firmly decided not to par- !; ticipate now in any action tending toward peace that might appear to favor the Central Powers rather than any other nation," says a dispatch from Rome to tho Paris Temps. "It is pointed out that there Is a great difference between religious manifestations and prayers for peaace and the purely diplomatic action of tho United States, Switzerland and other neutrals." JEFFERSONVILLE. Tho Rev. Michael Halpin, pastor of St. Augustine's church, on Monday morning delivered tho second of a series of addresses by clergymen of tho city to tho students of the Jeffersonvlllo High School. His Bubject was "Education and Leadwore ership," and his utterances received with marked approval and i NONE PURER CALL NO. 467 Ly BEER NONE BETTER Prompt "Delivery Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure J X '"SST YELLOWSTONE WHISKEY "" IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Mul-lane- y. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. A Dig-na- n. I DOUGHERTY & MctLUUW appreciation. I ht Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH h. I , KVfrVVeAeAfrVtA1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. LOUISVILLE, KY, pastor of the Bouck White, Church of Social Revolution, author A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f and college graduate, was indicted in New York, together with eight They aro charged of Ms followers. with destroying an American flag last June in tho yard of their church". Flags of many nations Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager were burned. White formerly held several prominent Brooklyn pastorDue to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, ates. They should receive tho expenalty for their disloyal ac- - and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. treme HONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. PHONE CITY 859. Fumb. Phone INDICTED. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED FALL CITY BEER West 191 -- Home Phone 1913 THE ' J. J. BARRETT'S SONS anu-uain- IEDEMANN INCORPORATED SS Bast Maiia tireetbWVVVtWW''VWi 'f GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. I at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength , xcelleat ORUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. Iwh FOR Tho PniilUt Pnthern of Now York nrn nronnrintr to conduct a mission tny at St. Patrlck'6 Cathedral under the "auspices of the Knights of Columbus, ana a series of instructions and sermons will be rivnn ioHinpri psRAntfjillv for non- Catholics, The mission will bo un der tho direction of Rev.. Fathers r Bertrand L. Conway ana James m. nulla nf tho PmillHt Fathers. rs ! Funeral and Embalmed RATTERMAN $ SCANNELL I The mission will begin January and last two weeks. The mission is being preceded by a St. onnrsn of lectures at Leo's church, two lectures being given dally, one at iz:i& noon until 12;4K and tho other from 5:15 to 6. Tho lecture subjects 28 doc-frinni Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers liPll Autos and Taxis For Hire ss Bel-glu- well-belov- ed Yotmg & Berry Auto Co. HLBOSSEfcSON FRED ERHART ARCHITECT and aupei-intende- nt "The Divinity of tho Catholic Church," "Is One utiurcn as uooa no Another?" "The Confessional: Whv nnntaaa in Men?" "Is the Catholic Church Opposed to the Bible?" "Is tho Catholic unurcn rtnnnaa1 in T.AVA tt (TniintrV?" "IS Rolfirlnn TJoroasnrv In the Training of tho Child?" "is Baptism iseces- 3ary for Salvation?" "xne Meaning nf tha Mum." "Marriaco and Di vorce," "Purgatory and Prayers for the. Dead," "Why ioes xne unurcn ho Mnthor of C!hrint7" "Are Contradic Science Religion and tory?" "what is tno ueai Membership Ohiirch "Tb Necessary for Salvation?" "Tho Persecuted Churph of tho Ages." "The Soul and God," "Sin and Society," "Life and Its Ending," "Tho Court of Last Appeal," "The Lovo of tho onrincmnr " "Tho Meisaaco of Cal vary," "Sorrow for Sin," "The Return of the Prodigal," "The Value of Prayer," "The Church and Temperance," "Reverence for the Lord's Day," "Your urotners weeper. rres-otiw'?" AMERICANISM. eio AVENUB Americanism is not a matter of ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE INCORPORATED geography.' Americanism Is an idea 112 "ff. Sroa&way, KoKlrrUl, Xy. a democratic idea which is clearly Clean Grocery Stores. Conducted by tb Xaverlia Brtra. enunciated in the. declaration of inSolentlflo "The Best For Less." aad Classical. BuiImw dependence. Whoever accepts that Preparatory Lagt Oders for $1 or more delivared to OeurBM. i an American without regard idea Swlmsalnc Peel. Well Bqulypea any part of the city. or creed. to birthplace, color rim Terau Me4mt. Mt. Jaw, Mr. 'QUAKER MAID' lv your boya an ancatton prvpara usxu xor m. tit will rsprtat,Qyi ",?' wipwmpy I i JJSJSrODTTOKY IRISH WHITE LIST PLAY. AJbdaBTXCA3Srm I HERMAN We Give STRAUS SONS "Potash and Perlmutter in Society," a successor to "Potash and Porlmutter," now heading the Cath's olic White List, comes to for a week's engagement next Monday night. The play cm- Mac-auley- Stewaht DgY Goods Co In Connecti'oDjfiihjbmes McCrcery & Co. New.Yorki nd Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. 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 MEN'S AND TODNG MEN'S CLOTHING REDUCED. I Take your pick of all the small lots of our Clothing now at radically reduced prices. t Inventory is but a few days ahead. "Wo prefer not to placo on our books any of our small lots, henco all suits and overcoats of which there are but a few of a kind, sizo and style, are now cut in price. Lot 1 Values up to $18.00 at $12.50 Lot 2 Values up to $25.00 at $18.75 Lot 3 Values up to $30.00 at $22.50 Tho men and young men of Louisville, and they number many, who will havo no other than this clothing, will appreciate most fully theso splendid values. Indeed there are many men and young men who, await this reduction sale, regularly supplying all their clothing needs in it. No matter what your sizo or build, you can make selection from theso salo assortments, such is tho variety comprising theso groups. All of tho good styles aro to bo had, and tho best of tho materials now in demand. Raincoats At $5.75 Most of our $7.75 lino is now reduced to this ono price. Choice of tan, bluo and black; sizes 34 to 46. Every coat is guaranteed. semi-annually, Coats Suits, Waists Men's Shirts Wool and Cotton Mixed Blankets is 7--7 w sprang OF i DAN INMTS Late News C0M1H. J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN BARNEY BERNARD, The Original Abo Potash. Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. That Will Interest FURNITURE . .HIBERNIANS. Members Here and ploys a new series of Incidents and comedy situations devised by Mone. tague Glass and Roi Cooper The success scored toy Mr. Glass' characters has again drawn Sixty-fiv- e candidates will soon bo attention to this famous duo of Initiated at Milwaukee. UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street Abe Potash and Mawruss PerlmutLogansport Council has one of ter on the modern Btage. Considerable interest in the local produc- tho finest homes in Indiana. WUUWVUWUVUHUWUViVWWWUiWWWWUVWWiM tion will doubtless center around Three States sent visitors to SunBarney Bernard, the originator of day's initiation at Trinidad, Col. the role of Abo Potash, who will Tho Knights at Helena, Ark., aro be seen for the first time locally in now pushing a membership camSeats are paign. his famous character. now on sale for the engagement, That time comes for every man. The only way to prewill open Wisconsin Knights which fncludes matinees on Wednespare for is to save something out of what you earn and put Mo-gru- Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS NO MORE PAY DAYS! .'-"-- day and Saturday. RECENT STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY GREENE'S Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves and Ranges ing stamps. Good Furniture at moderate prices without trad- JAS. 415-41- 7 GHREEJNTE EAST MARKET STREET. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIE! Wednesday morning, taking .from this world their Infant daughter, Division 3 met last night and only flvo months old. Tho funeral heard reports from the picture show was held Thursday from St. Anthony's church. committee. Division 1 ot Morris, Minn., made Wdlllam Hornung, a lifelong resl-- 1 a generous donation to the Irish dent of this city, died optieumonla relief fund. xuesaay auernoon a,i xns residence, A parade and entertainment for 129 south Stow avenue, leaving a St. Patrick's day should be the most wife and ton cl lldren, for whom successful In yearn there is heartfelt sympathy. Tho Division 4 will meet next Monday funeral was htfld Thursday morning evening and a good attendance of from St. Jospph's church. the new members Is expected. St. Joseph's churcn lost a loved The public was admitted to the highly Tespected member by installation of offlcep of the Ladies' and passing on Wednesday of Mrs. the Auxiliary last nlghp at Denver. Mary Klnzer, beloved wife of Prank iM What They Have Been Doing The Angel of Death entorod the the Past Week General home of Mr. and Mrs. James Logan, News Notes. street, 221 South Twenty-fourt- h DEATHS. PEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO 1101-0- 3 nvAnnn - TtnnMfS k.vuwsurvived by ree sons, Michael, Frank and John nzer; three daughters, Mrs. An- ony schroll, Mrs. LiueKen ana s. Dan Hepp; fifteen grandchll- n nnd one Her eral took place Friday morning. 11 r husband she UW 1A9.R ... Rtnrv www.,, Is ..... great-grandchil- d. EAST BROADWAY. TRY A LOAD OF Wallins Creek Lump Cos the imen JBoard to hold the St. Patrick's day It fl8 parade on Sunday morning, March giving everyone a chance to tall In line. A new spirit seems .to have taken possession of the Hibernians of Omaha, who will have anI South other largo class initiation early I next month. Mrs. Mary McWhorter, National President of the Ladles' Auxiliary, appeals to the State and county officers everywhere to aid Mrs. F. now lecturing In this country. County Sunday evening the Board and two Ladies' Auxiliary di visions at Columbus, Ohio, had a big open meeting for the installa tion of officers, (followed by a musical programme and refreshments. Tho Elks' Club was not large enough and many were turned away from the joint initiation held Mrs. last week at Minneapolis. McWhorter, National President of the Ladies' Auxiliary, was the in stalling officer. Seven divisions were repre sented and eighty-fiv- e officers were Installed at a joint meeting In St. James Auditorium at Duluth, Minn. This was the largest gathering of the Hibernians and Ladles' Auxiliary ever seen in St. Louis county. 118, Shcehy-Skefflngton, CATHOLIC FEDERATION. Fir ProoSng, Fine Lining, Fire BricK Grata and loiter Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Chimney ft. " OBFICR K28 WEST JEFFERSON ! t M HOMC PHONES OITY 573-178- 8. CUMB. MAIN 507. w KMtV--ltf- cs Mreck. astf 1 MIW III! MIUltlH M2eHa Ave., Bet. t& SKiS III! II Mil Mill I III III sCtfc. Hill Friday night of last week there was u targe meeting ot tho Catholic Federation In the Knights of Columbus Home, when a feeling on the memorial was presented deuth of the President, Dr. Peter The plan proposed by S. Ganz. the National Catholic Federation to tako up the question of creating a society out of each church parish in the country was discussed briefly and plans outlined to carry out the idea. Officers elected for the year were Benedict Elder, President; Eugene J. Cooney, First Vice President; H. A, Vonderhelde, Second Vice President; P. J. Dowling, Third Vice President, and J. Graft, Treasurer. The new officers at once ea- jtered upon their duties. Secretary Louis Recording BOTH 3S. 426 S. Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. Walsh. Stricken 'wUh apoplexy a month Secretary W. C. WillFinancial ago, Mrs. May Ronnelsen was re- iamson. leased from earthly suffering SunTreasurer William J. Connelly. day ovening at the family home, Marshals John J. Barry and 1410 Rufor avenue. Mrs. Ronnelsen Thomas Lynch. was a devout Catholic and her Rev. Father R. G. Lyons, O. P., Where work is quickly death Is mourned In St. Brlgld's is chaplain of the Holy Name So- Where the home brightest; done; parish, wncre she was widely ciety, and under his guidance it u Where cooking seems known. She is survived by her hus- has risen to bo ono of the largest Where tho work (I lightest; four if not the largest branch south of band, Christian Rennelsen; real fun; sons, Charles A., August, George P. tho Ohio river, an average of over Where the meal Where baking gives deand Charies M. Rennelsen, and a 300 men approaching 'holy comcooked best; light; daughter, Mrs. Edward Norton, of munion on tho second Sunday of the Whero drudge is out of Clarksvllle, Miss. Tho funeral was every month. In addition there Js Where test range stands sight the Rev. a Junior Holy Name Branch commorning, hold Wednesday That's where That's where the the Jansen celebrating tho re posed of tho young boys who have Father "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes grown past tho sodality age, and quiem mass. in. in really a preparatory which Last Sunday morning the sour of branch of tho Holy Name Society. Quick Meal Gaa Ranges Sold. Installed and Highly Recommended Mrs. Mary Nicely Bannon, beloved NEW ALBANY. wife of Thomas Bannon, the retired grocer, was called away at her Thirty-fourt- h W. MARKET ST. North home, 800 Mrs. Bridget A. Kelly, widow of street. Mrs. Bannon was a widely Edward L. Kelly, former County known and highly esteemed resident Sheriff in New Albany, died sudof Portland and for seventy years denly Saturday night at her home, had been a member of the Church 245 West Spring street. Mrs. Kelly ONE UUL.L.AK starts a Savines Account years old and was 6f Our Lady, from where her fu- was sixty-flv- o with this safe, conservative, Tuesday moralnir. a native of Ireland, coming with neral was held Bank, to wmen you can add j..uu or more Besides her husband Mrs. Bannon her parents to New Albany when she ' ' WtM'MtXP Mrs. Kelly ' IvvHi-lsafety and 3 Is survived by bIx daughtan, Mrs. was seven years old. at any time" We add Mrs. Florence was a daughter of tho lato Morris Henry Casein, per ceat cost to you whatever Sho was the mother of Deutsch and tho Misses Iary, Mar- Kennedy. WKluS&m The same courteous attention ziven the garet, Louie and Anna Bannon. all Miss Mary Kelly. wl" has been general delivery clerk at the iNew ' mWlmttSWi depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. of Louisville. Albany for a number of years. Mrs. Keuy is survives oy DOING NICELY. three other daughters, MlBses Eliza Second and Market Under the Bl Clock Capt. William L. Jacobs, Superin- beth, Nora and Gertrude Kelly, all State Government Snperrlaioa. tendent of the City Workhouse, is of New Albany, and a son. Prapk doing nicely at the Jewish Hospital, Kelly, of East St. Louis. She had it where ho underwent a successful been a member of Holy Trinity surgical operation on Wednesday. church for many years, from where The Board of Public Safety as- tho funeral was held. signed Dr. John H. Metcalf, Secretary of the WoTkfliouse, as acting STITHTON. Superintendent during OapL Jacobs' absence. Charles I. Corbett, aged seventy-twfarmer and leading citizen of CONDUCTS RETREAT. StHhton, died Monday ot Injuries The Best Straight Whisky On Earth) The Rev. J. M. Ripple, O. P., received in a fall several days behead ot the Dominican mission band fore. He was twice married, and at St. Louis Bertrand's Convent, is survived by his widow, two has just closed a retreat for the brothers and four daughters. Mr. INCORPORXTMO nuns of St Francis Academy at Lex Corbett iwas a member of Ellzabeth-tew- n Columbus, Registered Dist. Ma. 32 of Sale ington. Ohio. The service Council, Knights of Father Ripple and his missionaries and was director in the Farmers' Main Office and Salesroom, it Main Street. are in great demand. Beek of Viae Grove. PH0NES-26- lornlng. arvivlng her are a son, George woven, ana tnree uaugnters. Irs. Henry Fried, Mrs. unaries and Miss Margaret Von teber The funeral took placo with Wednesday nessy. Inulem. high mass egation, succumbed to infirmities ago early Monday morning at Ir residence, U33 Fear avenue. (Mrs. Margaret Von Hoven, widow Fred Von Hoven and ono of tho llest members of St. Bonifaco con- - in it their State bowling tournament at Milwaukee on February 1. it in a savinga account at interest. Tho Denver Knights havo been 8AVE FOR A nnLTftr. . asked to hold noonday religious SAVE establishVJ mvA meetings in industrial ijnves- tments. A,VE FOR A BUSINESS OPENING-- -" gave a benefit in Fiske O'Hara " SAVE FOR INDEPENDENCE. New York City Monday night that IL We pay 3 per cent, on savings and help you in your investments. realized a nice sum for the Build Ing Association fund. All candldaj&a-lor'tlisecond and & third. flegreCs in Hamilton county will be initiated tomorrow at Elder COLUMBIA BUILDING. FOURTH AND MAIN. Council Home, Cincinnati Hon. Joseph Scott, of Los AnCapital and Surplus, $2,700,000. geles, has been secured by Bishop Honnl Assembly and will deliver rtWVWUWHVWnWWVWWUUWWWWVWUUVHMW his famed lecture on patriotism at Milwaukee on February 2. Horn, City aiOI Cuiul.. South OGG-- Y .The council at Logansport, Ind., has just celebrated its sixteenth anniversary. The features were in& vesting a large class with tho degree and a rabbit banquet. first INCORPORATED. Every preparation has been made for the fourth degree erempllflca-tlo- n Jellico Coal. at Buffalo on Lincoln's birthday, February 12. Conde B. Pallen will deliver tho principal address. Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue the Under the auspices of Knights of New York a mission for In St. Patrick's men will open Cathedral on January 28, expected to bo the greatest ever given in this country. If you want expert service Just call us up. Wo havo never been out HOLY NAME OFFICERS. of dyes for ono moment slnco tho war begun nnd aro thorouglily equipped to handle nil work of every description. You can rest assured The Holy Name Society of St. if you need dyeing ne can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Farcel Post Louis Bertrand's chiirch held its Service. annual election of officers Sunday morning In Bertrand's Hall, tho following being elected: President John F. Burke. H. Hen- Vice President John '"" s3e"and F02-j.:'rfw- r.w " "J FIDELITY COLUMBIA TRUST CO. DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO. Best Quality Pittsburg and PULS CLEANING DYEING CO. INCORPORATED. 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