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Kentucky Irish American: January 27, 1917 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 kec1917012701_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: January 27, 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 1 PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Giro Thin Ollice Your Next Order. Kentucky Irish American NO. 4. and report back at a special meeting of tho society to be held on Sunday, February 11. Tho Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue then addressed the meeting, ex- EI Nomo I Wilkoe L Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVIII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1917. book-learni- PRICE FIVE CENTS. writings form a sharp contrast to the dry of the periods preceding and following his lifetime." ?JkWKm&&8W& From Hertwig we learn, through IibbbbHbbbbbbbbbbbbH Wassmann, that Albert "even began pressing his appreciation to collect his own zoological observof tho ations. In many passages of hit Turns From Attacks On Stanlcy (mvi?Mii Manifested at Annual Meeting services rendered tho diocese by wFm'i0fS''''M' ill IPBBHHHiBbHbB HHbbKsbbK9bbbbHiBbb w?9HMBBJBJBlBjBBBHBHBBBBB !if?iSSHHB2SIBBBStBjHir ". President William T. Meehan and ":"i work on animals he refers to hit to Local Administraof the Catholic Orphan tho other retiring officers, suggestown investigations, and when he ing to tho incoming officers that it Society. anything he frequently describes tion. AwMMmWmmmmwk would bo well to follow in their adds tho remark to tho effeot that footsteps and to build slowly and he has himself seen the thing in eolldly, with a view to permanence. question, and even possesses dt In bo glad He stated that ho his collection. Ho devotes several Citizens Fear a Repetition of Annual Itcports Kcad ami Work to assist the officerswouldincreasing in chapters to tho habits of tho falcon, Disgusting Course Four Suggested For Coming P MraBBteEBW3MBHHl!BMBM mHHJbBBBBBKiSBBF 3 BbVBbMQbV the membership of tho society in which beseems to have studied with VflJt T V parishes where the work had not as particular interest. In ono Instance Year. Years Ago. yet been taken up, and suggested ho tolls us that ho took a short sea ...SHCy a. icaifWTi SBBBPi .lw ?,BBBBBBBV.rfc.a iBSBBBBBBBBBfli vvBBBBI cwF.voyage for zoological purposes, and possibly that picnics might be hold AfV '&VBBMaMRHMHHECTA .y nBVsVHBVSBN 11 WaSM in other cities and towns of the .BBBff? NSBI BBBHBBlHn on tho shore of an island ho col.M9BBBftAnf S.JWBJ1 V US""'" -on tho lected eleven kinds of 'bloodless Local Democratic Committee IBishop O'Donaghue Expressed Stato picnic, same day as tho Louismr fllf U 2 'SjBjHBJgBjHJHJr so that other parishes ville m JBtNvm " aV MKwBHBBMBrriMHBE-HKS H Appreciation of Work of Should "Welcome All Enmight assist in the work of mainBiology therefore Is not so new taining tho orphans. as we have been led to Imagine. Society. tries in Primary. Rev. Father William Gausepohl, Aristotle devoted much time to it, Mary Magdalene church, of St. and Arlstotlo lived quito a tlmo ago. which lias the proud distinction of rVtf(,5K.j MfiBKTJty(tfJS WR W HK. FBMBlBHHBBHHBBBBlHPJHMBBBiBv'r. And in tho famed Dark Ages a ' d the largest membership as well as Dominican, suffering toOFFICERS WERE INSTALLED being the largest contributor of day under tho label of "ignorant," SOME LATE ANNOUNCEMENTS money among tho branch societies, which is placed upon tho monks of told of tho hard work of tho retirhis time, worked sedulously to learn ing President and other officers for of somo of those things which many Sunday afternoon havo regarded as comparatively the Catholic the society, but also expressed his Ever since Gov. Stanloy's election installation of Orphan Society of Louisville, having pleasuro at the discoveries. Catholics should tho Louisville Herald has left no MACHINE. LATEST STREET GLEANING had certainly know something of these in charge the affairs of St. Thomas President Murphy, whom heyears. Unusual street cleaning dovlco used in the streets of Philadelphia. This machine sweeps, washes and things and not allow memselves to stone unturned to ridicule his adand St. Vincent Orphan Homes, known personally for many ' met in annual session at tho He predicted success for the society dries tho streets in one operation. fall into tho misconception which so ministration and spared no effort to many people harbor at the present weaken that administration, ono of on under the new President, setting Knights of Columbus Hall Retiring President forth Ms grounds for this predicday. Science and religion go hand the latest Instances being when the .Fourth street. prepared plans for tho welcome and in hand a fact which tho Tecords Herald tried to embarrass tho Gov William T. Meehan called the meet- tion in a happy speech, which Supreme and entertainment of and ernor on the extra Legislative sesing to order, and the opening prayer brought forth laughter of history strongly attest. Knight James A. Flaherty, of Philafrom his hearers. sion to consider tho tax question. Father was offered up by Rev. P. M. C. B. of C. V. delphia, who will visit Elizabeth-tow- n William also paid a now at tne Governor had declared of St. Thomas Orphanage. Council next Tuesday. DHjLOX LAUDS WILSON. himself in favor of an extra session The Right Rev. Bishop Denis tribute to tho ladles who had astho Herald would havo bitterly opO'Donaghue having arrived, tho re- sisted by "showers," not such as ocRECENT, DEATHS. ports of the officers were read, that curred Sunday, hut those that Proud of Catholic Soldiers and Called to Important Things Tiint John Dillon, Nationalist mem- posed it, and told how the taxpayof the retiring President showing yielded a financial return. ber of Parliament for East Mayo, ers wero being robbed by legis Friday morning tho soul of Mrs. . Catholics Should Not Their Devotion and After brief addressee by Rev. C. said in a statement to tho Asso- lators idling away their tlmo at .that In addition to tho laundry Charlotte Wei's, beloved wife of plant Installed at St. Thomas Or- P. Raffo, Henry Bosquet, of tho St. ciated Press in Dublin on Wednes- Frankfort. Because ho didn't issue Forget. Pietj . Jacob H. Weis, 720 East Kentucky Catholic Orphan a call for an extra session tho Herphanage, the special committee, Joseph Gorman day: street, and mother of Viola, Hilda, composed of Owen Sullivan, Col. Society, and Owen Sullivan, tho "Tho speech of President Wil- ald reasoned that ho was opposed to Wels, was Edward and Chester son is unquestionably the most re- it ana immediately began a camP. H. Callahan and E. J. O'Brien, meeting was brouhgt to a closo in called away. Mrs. Weis died after a had also succeeded in having in- order to permit the Board of Trus- Head of 121 Paso Dioccso Writes long Illness, fortified by tho rites The Church's Mini and Inesti- markable and momentous uttered paign for tho extra session, pubby tho ruler of a great power for lishing on its first nago letter after stalled bathing and toilet facilities tees to meet and elect a Treasurer. of her holy religion. Tho funeral mable Contributions to Ahout Uncle Sam's raoro than a hundred years. Thero letter from different representatives of tho very latest and most ap- Martin A. Magee, of tho Rogers was hold Monday morning from St. proved design. Ho further called Church 'Goods "Company, was chosen, can not bo the slightest doubt in declaring in favor of tho extra ses"Early Science. Troops. Paul's church, Rov. Father Dono-ho- o somo definitions of tho principles sion (and tho extra pin money). attention to the fact that during and tho first Tuesday after the first celebrating ithe lequiem high laid down that ho is speaking for Gov. Stanley wisely kept his coun tho past year no death had occurred Friday in each month was selected I mass. at either Institution, nor had any as the date for tho board meetings liberals and tho friends of human- sel ana let the people decide repre serious illness afflicted a single in- with the K. of C. Hall as tho meet No peace can through tho press and The funeral Protestant Chaplain Sorry lie Sr., who died of George Krahor, Biology Is Xot So Now Ah We ity In orevery nation.last, which does sentatives, thus robbing their Herald Ho expressed his thanks and ing place. mate. last, ought to tho Sunday evening at It is expected when tho consti appreciation to the members of Have Been Led to not recognize and accept tho prin- or us thunder. So vexed was tho Is Not Priest of Our his home, 1333 Winter avenue, was are revised that ciple that governments derive all Herald at the outcome It would not .the society for their treatment of tution and Church. held Tuesday morning from St. Imagine. him during his term as President, quarterly meetings of tho society, their just powers from tho consent even coscedo that Gov. Stanley had Brigld'B church, of which ho was a of tho governed. Coming at such done a praiseworthy thing in facing and also expressed to his fellow to bo held at tho orphanages alter devout member. Tho deceased was a crisis from the President of the tne moo at Murray. officers his appreciation of their co- nately, will he provided. years ago, born In Germany slxty-sl-x President Murphy appointed Ed Realizing that tho attacks on tho operation and support. A total of United States, words BORDER but had long been a respected resi- FACTS WHICH HISTORY ATTEST strike deep into these hearts of will Democratic 128 girls and ICO boys were re- ward Etheridge, 401 Western Park OUR BOYS ON THE Stato administration all the dent of Louisville. Ho Is survived way, as Assistant Financial Secre ported in the orphanages. loer3 of liberty throughout the were futilo tho Herald has turned by his wife, Mary) Kraher, and three to Mayor 's Tho President quotes tne its attention Tho financial report of tho society tary of the society. world. sons, George, frolm and Henry caso of Poland. Surely the case of administration and has be for the calendar year, prepared by i DEATH A SHOOK. The Right Rev. A. J. Schuler, Kraher. retiring Secretary S. R. Hardman, The recent appearance of a timely Ireland is much stronger and more gun a systematic campaign against Bishop of El Paso. Texas, feels was then read, showing receipts and Reaction in Russia tho local Democratic pamphlet of tho English Cathoiio to tho point. pressure The last tribute of lespect was com justly proud of tho Catholic soldiers an entire Seldom does expenditures as follows: Is but fierce on tho Em- under tho guiso of what is wrong munity feel tho grief that comes to on tho border, and writes tho fol paid to John Sweeney at the funeral Truth Society, entitled "Don'ts for peror to break his pledgo to Po- with Loulsvlllo and somo reforms Receipts: -- the town. needed- - to -an individual or a family ...as did lowing, about. tho!HdeUtyof.Ujicln. ucsday morulntyat St. Willianyv jaudCTU&JnwScIewawawlHistory. land; .Cash on.hand, .Tnmiary l, r This.,.., cnurcn, wnen ine sojemn requiem draws attention to a matter which dominated tho Government so far promises to makebut a repetition of .7. ? 178.15 Louisville in tho general and heart- Sam's troops: 191G bo mass was said by Rev. George M. it Is well for Catholics to keep in as Ireland is concerned. So long as tho campaign waged 7,907.15 felt sympathy expressed for the "Last Sunday I had only, a hun- Connor, Gross receipts of picnic... four years tho pastor. Mr. Sweeney Christmas collection, 1915 5,510.40 family of Andrew J. Cavanaugh, dred at my service. Tho Catholics was eighty years old and for more mind. It has become so much tho Ireland is hold under martial law, ago by ono of tho Herald's other present age to link and custom of tho 5,110.00 whoso death occurred while kneel- wero on their knees by tho thouFrom The Record is denied tho transit editors, and which disgusted century 1,813.20 ing in prayer Membership dues at St. Anthony's sands closo by, and nothing Im- than half a Ralhoad worked for the the name of religion with ignorance Irish nation, it will be difficult for tho Loulsvlllo public so that tho Company. He and hatred of science and to speak Great Britain to L. and N. Board and donations 1.386.8C church lato Friday afternoon of last pressed mo more than tho piety and obtain full credit aforesaid editor left town following of tho opposition as the champion So spoke a had been making his homo with his quite tho campaign and the Herald repreweek, his rosary clasped in his devotion manifested." Interest on bond and deniece, Mrs. William Spellman, 1106 between scientific learning and tho ities and of the of small national- sentatives came to the City Hall, Returning from work ho few weeks ago a Protestant army 539.88 hand. posit right to full sechurch that Catholics are indeed curity and liberty of economic de- begging to bo forgiven for willful 587.C9 had stopped in tho church to offer chaplain home on furlough to a South Thirteenth street. Proceeds of farm products likely to fall victims to this com- velopment possessed by all peoples, misrepresentations. In the 89.92 a silent prayer, as had been his priest of his acquaintance and so ' Proceeds of note in bank By tho death of Miss Mary mon error. Tho Idea is In the air must confess campaign tho Herald 59.23 morning and evening custom for hundreds of others great. The only criticism Rents 942 Charles street, St. Vin- and all are in danger of becoming small and published dally threats of prison 9.75 years, and he had been at his devo- who have been witnesses to things I feel called on to Refund of overcharges of cent do Paul's church loses another Inoculated with its injurious poison. President's utterance makethat tho bars for anyone oppdscd to Its way for .Entry to adjust bank balis tho tions only a few minutes when tho and events on tho border of Its dovout and faithful memDr. Walsh gives a good number of 1.03 final summons came, and as life months past. very being ance years "don'ts" which will servo as anti- world is great far from sets ripe of thinking and insinuated dally She was thirty-nln-o bers. Despite the fact that there aro Ideals it was passing a nun saw tho man for tho forth. that tho Democrats wero going to com- dotes for this trouble. "Don't bebodily. This had policy of the conference at ? 23,193.28 prostrated partly in tho aislo and complaints and criticisms in plenty old and death resulted from a tho Total plication of diseases. Surviving her lieve," he says for example, "that Tho is absolutely Inconsistent with stealeffect election tho of arousing a cortaln eleDisbursements: Paris partly on the kneeling bench of about our soldier boys on tho bor- aro six brothers, Lawrence, Frank, thero was no study of science until any general league for tho main- ment of Axton's followers known as outstanding Accounts tho pew. Father Richard Murphy, der, it is with great pleasuro and badgo boys," and 289.78 assistant pastor, was called and ad extreme satisfaction that I accept George, Joseph, Harry and Adam modern times. Many branches of tenance of tho world's peace. tho Re? January, 1916 ono sistor, Miss science, especially those of practical action Is still strong in Europo and camo "red tho polls on electiontheso day to 7.368.CG ministered tho sacrament of the invitation of tho Denver Cath- Dlehlmann, and Provisions Tho funeral application, attained a very high Is Inevitably growing stronger as armed with bludgeons antL clubs. 5,157.60 Loans and interest unction. Mr. Cavanaugh was olic Register to write my impres- Clara Dlehlmann. pretho tho war goes on and people become and if firm counsel had Salaries and allowances.. 3,596.97 born fifty-fiv- e years ago 'on Twelfth sions of their religious life. To services were held Wednesday level in medieval times; medieval universities took a lively more militarized. Wo must wait to vailed rioting would havo been prev1,573.68 Btreot, between Main and Rowan my mind their loyalty to their re- morning. Clothing Interest In scientific research and see after this war is over to what alent, thanks to tho tactics of tho 1,325.74 streets, whero his father, tho lato ligion is simply splendid. I confiPicnic expenses Ill only ono day uracmlc poison- many questions Wore studied accord- extent democracies will be able Herald. Many of tho decent people 969.07 John Cavanaugh, who also was a dently assert that ono of tho greatImprovements Water, light and telecontractor, conducted a grocery. His est benefits resulting from tho call ing caused tho death at her home, ing to thoroughly scientific meth- to emancipate themselves from tho are still Indignant at the methods 612.77 father has been dead a number of of tho troops to tho border is tho 601 East Walnut street, of Mrs. ods. In almost every department of yoke of militarism before it will bo employed then and they bellevo that phones o years science students are now finding it possible to Judgo Eva any If the Herald editor Is really sinFeed for dairy stock and whether years, his mower, airs, caincnno remarkable religious spirit evidenced Mary widow Homey, of John Hornoy. Mrs. worth while to refer to tho in goodly old, progress can bo mado in our time cere in preferring Dayton to Louls 600.06 Cavanaugh, died just ono and poultry lf on all sides and by all camo to Loulsvlllo twenty authorities." towards the realization of the great vlllo ho should tako advantage of medieval 592.53 Fuel years ago. For years tho de measure by soldiers of the various Homey 320.82 ceased was Assistant Superintendent denominations but especially and years ago from St. Anthony, Ind., That is certainly a mattor which It Ideals of freedom and peace held the fact that thero aro four or five Bedding sho mado friends and was Is valuablo to remember. When up by President Wilson before tho trains leaving hero daily for that and medical Medicines of Streets and had a large follow In an unusual degree by the Catholic and hero Sho leaves tho details in Its regard are given tortured peoples of Europe." ,. point. 283.11 ing, his uniform kindness and readi boys wearing the uniform, so much hold in high esteem. services 246.12 ness to help tho needy winning mm so that tho chaplain quoted abovo two sons, Joseph and Adam Homey, tho force of Its tiuth can bo tho Repairs It is being rumored very strongly Miss Mary Homey. 161.69 tho lasting friendship that County Judgo Greene, Ben Incidentals HEART ATTACK FATAL. from all actually "wished ho was a Catholic and a daughter, hold Monday morn- better understood. "Don't forget," Her funeral was ho adds a llttlo later on, "that it Brumlevo and others are planning 40.00 classes of people. Stock hogs for farm Mr. Cavanaugb priest." Mingling with men of no creed ing from St. Boniface church with was to the Orders of St. Francis field for Democratic 50.72 is survived by his wife. Mrs. Mary Laundry supplies Just when life seemed brightest to put In tho they call an and St. Dominic that tho universi- and tho future full of happiness, offices what Cavanaugh; four sons, Andrew, and every kind of creed, Catholics requiem high mass. and, ticket, being composed ties of Northern Europe owed their Airs. Louiso Total f 23,189.32 wife and Edward Cava- havo had their faith challenged havo Mrs. Catherlno Gallagher .Duffy, early success; to teachers such as of John A. Herbold Hubbuch, firm of men who aro opposed to the Leaving a balance on hand of John, Louis daughters, tho Misses write It. with pride, they Hubbuch, of tho naugh; four thirty-fou- r, T. the Dominican Blessed Albert tho of John nobly accepted tho Democrats 33.96. of Joseph Hubbuch & Sons, expired present administration. Catherine, Agnes, Mary and Jo- fearlessly and tho test they havo aged a member wife tho local flro Duffy, rt of Great and his pupil St. Thomas suddenly of heart disease Tuesday who aro interested in tho party's In addition to the financial sephine Cavanaugh, and his sister, challenge. In above, it was explained that Mrs. J. C. Todhuntor. Ho was a shown themselves tho worthy scions department, passed into eternal rest Aquinas, and tho Franciscan Roger afternoon at hor homo, 2210 West futuro welfare will welcome this an indebtedness of ?2,000 on ac- member of tho Knights of Colum- of the martyrs and tho soldiers of Tuesday morning following a sur- Bacon," and he quotes the words of Jefferson street, only a short tlmo and believe it should bo tho policy Green In tribute after sho had arisen from bed for of tho Democratic leaders to lot count of Improvements and $5,000 bus, tho Catholic Knights of Amer- tho cross of other days of those gical operation at Sts. Mary and tho borrowed since January 1, as well ica and tho St. Vincent do Paul So- who havo heen an honor to tho Elizabeth Hospital. Sho resided at to the latter. tho first timo slnco tho birth of a tho bars down and have an lot Democratic primary, Sdencd then flourished in tho son ten days before. Mrs. Hubbuch as current bills amounting to $500, ciety of St. Patrick's parish. Tho faith and tho race through genera- 109 South Seventh street, and besides her husband leaves four small Middle Ages under tho encourage- was twenty-eigwould have to bo taken caro of by funeral was hold Monday .morning tions uncounted till now. years old and was ting tho best man win. Right now Catholic Teglments were tho first children. Mrs. Duffffy's genial dis- ment of such great master minds as tho mother of two children. Sho It Is tho sentiment of all factions, the incoming officers from tho church, when a last Christmas and dues of from St. Patrick'sassembled to pay to answer tho call of tho Piesident position and lovablo character won those hero mentioned! And science was born In Loulsvlllo, and was the administration, largo concourse now of tho most "modern kind" was not daughter tho individual members. L. Herbold, and otherwise, that Sheriff Charley respect. Her, and they have ever been In tho for her a host of friends who of tribute Retiring President Meehan then tho lastCronin, V. of was celebrant foremost ranks when duty called. feel their loss most keenly. The unknown within tho monastery walls of tho West William Broadway Furniture Cronan should bo awarded tho nomG., funoral took place Thursday morn of those Cath,ic centuries! That is Company. ination for Mayor without opposicalled upon Joseph E. Conkling to Father Bolemn high mass of re- Wherever their services aro Bertrand's tho fact, as Father Erich Wassmann, ten years. Sho had been married tion, and that tho same applies to St. Louis they aro on hand promptly. ing from Install tho now officers, which he of tho whllo simultaneously mass Sho was member church, where requiem high mass the great Jesuit blogollst, has shown St. Anthony's church, aTwenty-thir- d of County Attorney Scott Bullitt, and did tin a graceful speech, express- quiem, side This sense of duty Is revealed in a said at ing the regret of tho society at was being him who the two ever particular manner In tho practice was celebrated. "Modern and Markot streets, and took a deep possibly a few more, hut at the in his splendid work, many good Biology and tho Theory of Evoluio3ing tho old officers, who had altars for God, to had been his of their Catholic religion. SponEliza- same tlmo thero are tho man and to Death invaded St. Martin's conquotes testimony of Interest In tho work of AltarSt.Society Democrats anxious to shy their castaneously coercion heen tho pioneers In tho work, and faithfulreligion. holy beth Guild and tho To tho bereaved they como and tho without the priest gregation and took therefrom two tion." He Germantho professors, Dr. to wishing the now officers all suc feet of tho noted was tor in tho ring for othor city and Sho also A ris- wifo and family deepest sympathy to confess their sins, in humility of dts oldest members Mrs. Anna R. Hertwig of tho University of of that church. cess in their undertaking. prominent in behalf of tho Women's poor policy to decry them that op ing vote of thanks was then ten- is extended. and sorrow, and proudly they kneel E. Bartsch, 72G South Shelby Munich and Dr. H. Stadtler, to show Auxiliary of St. Josoph's Orphan and Mrs. that biology, tho boasted science-chil- d strength in devout throngs at the altar rail street, aged eighty-eigh- t, dered tho retiring officers. Society. and portunlty of testing thoir Besides hor APPEALS FOIt BISHOPS. to receive into their manly hearts Catherine Schaefer, 813 South JackPresident Daniel F. Murphy at of the nineteenth century, was parents she is survived husband sons, with tho Democratic voters. Democby two An earnest appeal to Gen. years racy moans government by tho peoson street, aged clghty-on- o scrupulously God studied tho outset expressed his determinaspare of two thoThere of Armies.a church in El whoso funerals wero held Monday known andmanner In a tho great Cornelius E. Hubbuch and Bernard ple and tho peoplo must bo given by thorough was not tion to defend his established repu- Roman to Catholic tho lives arrested now baby; three Mrs. tation as an orator and convulsed near Mexico City Bishopsweek and Paso on Christmas ovo and for sev- morning. sons, Bartsch Is survived Dominican, Albertus Magnus. In a J. Hubbuch, tho Carl and William an opportunity In tho primary to last Ferdinand, Henry lecture on "Albertus tho Great as brothers, John, register their opinion, and it goes his audienco with amusing aneceral days before that was not tho by three sister, Miss Edith has boon dotes. Ho stated that in all his chargedby with sedition Department. scene of hundreds of soldier boys and William Bartsch; two daugh- an independent student," delivered Herbold, and v. Hubbuch was a without saying to say that a ticket Mrs. Herbold. made tho Stato chosen by Democratic voters will be awaiting their turn to go to con- ters, Mrs. Herman Robben and experience ho has never had conMunich In 1905, tho latter procircle, a wero to bo tried Mon- fession to prepare themselves to Miss Mary Bartsch; eleven grand- In ferred upon him an honor which ho Tho Bishops an fessor said: "This very prolific favorite in her mother, and faithful a winner in November. Tho local loving for the Democratic Committee should go on, giving tho celebrate a thoroughly day under old law Catholic children and nlno so highly appreciated as that of bewriter was a scholastic, but he oc- wifo and husband and children Mrs. Schaefer leaves two cupies a position on a level with bereaved record as Inviting all Democrats ing President of tho Catholic Or- court the right to Impose tho death Christmas by welcoming Into their phan Society, and plcdgod himself penalty without appeal. Ono is an hearts Him who makes cnrlstmas daughters, Mrs. Frank Light and vristotlo rather than subordinate to there is heartfelt sympathy. Tho who caro to to enter tho different morning contests and promiso them fair and Monslgnor Francisco took placo to do all Jn his power to make the Archbishop, Guadalajara, and tho what it really should be, and Is Miss Nora Schafer, and threo grand- him, and did not simply reproduce funeralSt. Anthony'B Friday church, Hlrasjelf tho greatest soldier who children. .society a success. Ho suggested the Orozco, of Arlstotlo's statements, but as far from high mass of requiem. with equitable treatment. Squlro Charles C. Wheeler was possible appointment of a Revenuo othor is Bishop Miguol do la Mora, ever fought and won battles. as ho could explained, completed 6olemn 'Both aro Mexicans. MORNING WEDDING. an additional starter in the race Truly our Catholic soldier boys Committee, whoso duty would bo of Zacatocas. and expanded them. Ho displayed CONDITION I.MTROVED. great shrewdness and keen intellithis week for the Democratic nomto secure donations, ondowments Tho department explained that Its aro giving to all a noble example Tho marriage of Miss Elizabeth gence In carrying on his 'favorite ination for County Judgo, and as .and bequests, with a view to mak- action was with the double motive of sturdy faith and solid manly Henry Lawler, tho nineteen-year-ol- d of of humanitarlsm and to provent the piety and devotion. They proclaim Wilson, of Bardstown, "and Samuel observations on. tho animals ana tho 'Squlro is known as ono of the ing the Catholic orphanages Law- most popular members of the pressanction- loudly and fearlessly to tho world Buchanan, of St. Louis, was quietly plants of Germany, whence ho do facto Government from son of Patrolman William Louisville model institutions. conwas at large, so ungodly, that Christ Is solemnized Wednesday morning at ent Fiscal Court it is predicted he A communication from Treasurer-ele- ing on act whoso character it the evidenco for his scientific ler, for the past week has boon Harry T. Colgsn was read, felt would shock other nations. The more than the mere shadow of the Church of St. Louis Bertrand. statements that he based upon fined to his homo. 420 North Twen will cut quite a figure In' the conexplaining that because of illness charges against the Bishops are some great name, Is a living, throb- The Rev. T. L. Crowley, O. IP., per- Aristotle. His writings therefore tieth street, suffering from blood test. J. Russell Gaines, the present announces for on poison affecting his left arm, which County Surveyor, ha would be unable to accept the Uhat they were implicated in a plot bing force"" In the lives of manly formed the ceremony and officiated contain all the information and he will be opposed Treasureehip, and the Secretary was to further villa's plans ror tne over- men, exemplified by the most loyal at the nuptial mass. The ceremony natural history possessed by the developed from an injury he redirected to convey to Mr. Colgan throw of Carranza. The Informa- of patriots, the Catholic soldier boys was followed by a breakfast at the people of Germany of his day; he ceived in a fall ten days ago on the by Samuel F. Crecellus, a former tion received at the State Depart- on the border. home of the bride's sister, Mrs. T. describes the life of animals as ob- slippery sidewalk near his home. member of the U. S. A. Engineering the sincere regret of the society. M. Carr, and Mr. Carr, in served by intelligent huntsmen and Thursday his condition was im- Corps and a graduate of Missouri A number of amendments to the ment indicated little basfs for the proved and it is now thought he State University. were then proposed, but It charges, and the Improbability of rRBPARB WELCOME. Court. Mr. and Mrs. Buch farmers, fishermen and A number of further announceeverywhere the biological ele- will be soon able to return to his was decided to refer tnem to a spe-ii- their truth was indicated by the anan left in the evening to spend Committee on revision of con- known antipathy betwesn the clergy The Knights of Columbus of the remainder of the winter In ment and his own personality are duties in the drafting room of the ments wiU be forthcoming within with instruct ana viua. BilsabethtowJL, met Wednesday night Florida. the net two weeks. prominent, and for this reason his Qity Engineering Department stitution and INTEREST tions to consider tho whole subject HERALD 'i&WX llim lzx7-ft2''.BB- mtiKi'- iiSRE - nWKtKKBLm CsrW-i??.'fl l-W- IILHP HhBH iH ft BBy&eCw Btt M Wh?,mW&Sk wSMro I'ftjf V B sea-beast- s.' x M white-robe- Te-ce- nt so Mon-agha- n, BISHOP i ATTENTION well-doserv- '1 by-la- Buscho-meyer- office-holde- rs ,., reactlonidn-Great-Brita- in cock-sured- ly Busche-moyer-Axt- on Diehl-man- n, ox-tre- lt slxty-thre- one-ha- long-neglect- ed tc-po- non-Cathol- ic ed ht col-letci- on ed Car-ran- za n. do-riv- ed ct Bel-jrrav- la by-la- bird-catche- ai by-law- s, OBxrear'TJorarsr KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, AJtcwccmm el Irish Amrkm and Qrffcdki 'ftirsfed to tk SeoW sad OttelaHy IaiUised by Asotcat Older e HmUbb, Yaag Maa'a Iaalirate and C&tbolte Kalf bU of America. KENTUCKY IWIH AMEWtOAN PRINTING CO.,lconiH Puhlls SINOUB COPY 4BHSCRIPTI0N PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR . xish a3mobeelgajs:. SEEKING ti'i jjfM-r .. ft, - - - RELIEF. ' ' "jyj-AW".- iAMA'fc " g 0B$r "V- .. - , rT s, - - , '"z' J mmzz. w MJ Wharfmastor John J. Barry left for Hot Springs, Ark., whero ho hopes to obtain relief from an attack of rheumatism with which ho has been afflicted for some time past. It Is hoped his recovery may bo speedy and that ho may bo able to partlclpao In ho inaugura-lo- n of Preslden Wilson. Monday MACKIN COUNCIL. cil on Monday night things looked of tho new year. ij BACQNa L,ot No. H499wssseee. sp We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. ' Beaead-C- Ij fUtUf. EaUreS at the UataTlBe PeflHIIca MBit AMBtlOAK, 3W-2- 1 Wssl aftsrssssU CsMSsUatless to the MKTUCK Qrwi 1L At tho meeting of Mackin Coun- THREE BIGSPECIALS IN TRAs(S)cOUNaL! .SATURDAY. JANUARY 27, 1917 LOUIS VIDLB, KY MATTER TOR THE PEOPLE. t . Prohibition never should be put upon any community without Its consent, and even II sometime Statewere decreed it wide prohibition could not be decreed without the consent of the people of the whole State. The Tight so to decide is Inherent in any community even In that of the District of Columbia. Two provisions of the District ol Columbia bill as It now stands deserve particular attention. One prescribes the method by which liquor may bo introduced into the District for "personal use" a consideration which may have weight with statesThe second men far from home. relieves the diplomatic representatives of foreign nations from its penalties. In all other respects the sale of intoxicants, except for scientific, medical, manufacturing or sacramental purposes, Is forbidden, and physicians are to be held to a strict account for their prescriptions. A from law enabling the Minister Costa Rica to servo wine at dinner but denying that privilege to the President of the United States can be Tegarded only as an expression of bigotry reinforced by stupidity. When may we expect an act of Congress regulating the diet and the cut and color of the clothing of The peoplo in tho District? impulse of Americans Is to submit tho prohibition question to the people and to abide by the decision of itlie majority. There Is no other way of satisfying the people. All of them arc perfectly willing to accept the verdict Tendered by most of them. They are habituated to this method of settling public affairs. J K -- w i Miss May Adams Lincoln was hostess Wednesday night at a delightful Informal dinner at tho home JANUARV CLEARANCE. of her parents, Judge Waltor P. Lincoln and Mrs. Lincoln, in Garvin Place, in honor of Miss Hlldegarde Whitney and Miss Mary Stewart evening. January 31 Opera, "Brides of Clatlin, of Now York. Iona," by St. Columba's Dramatic The Buffaloes entertained memClub. bers and friends with a largely atFebruary 5 and 6 tended and pleasing dance Tuesday euchre and lotto at St. Paul's night at the Louisville Hotel. George church, South Jackson street, after- J. Welsh was Chairman of the noon and evening. which included Messrs. David John February 8 Euchre and lotto for Garvey, Johnnio Hoffman, Jacob Joe Lappailc, benefit of St, Augustine's church, Rohman, Becker, Louis Fries, Tim Kalaher, afternoon and evening. Lawrence Magel, Jr., Allen Kast, R. February 8 Young Ladies' So- D. RIdsdale. dality euchre and lotto at St. Mary's Hall, 428 South Eighth street, afMOTHERHOOD. Miss Irene Baurla was a charmternoon and evening. ing hostess on Friday evening to They're worth $20, and that February Like tho cooling breeze 3 Euchre and tho LaSalle Club at her home on gently fans a fevered brow comes lotto, Young Ladies' Sodality of Griffiths avenue. Those present they were formerly sold wero Misses Elizabeth Beeler, Marie the announcement from Detroit that St. John's church, in school hall. at $20J but due to the February 12 Lincoln day social Buckle, Irene Baurla, Mary Ferg, Mrs. Llzzio M. Palmer has left a Mary Fisher, Eldred Grebe, Mary MADAME DE NAVARRO. fortuno to build a homo for girls for St. Ann's church, at St. Ann's Redmou, Agnes Jacques, Catherine increased cost of woolens Hall, afternoon and night.' Addressing a Catholic gathering and young women, wheio they can Lossen, Mary Lynn, Leona Sanders, they are really worth February 15 Lotto of St. Aloy- - Margaret Lynn, Viola Harrison, recently at Ilford, England, Madame bo fitted for tho duties of wifehood sius Valley) in church (Powee Lorretta Recktenwald and Angela do Navarro (formerly tho more. We're clearing out and motherhood and tho manage Gambrinus Hall, afternoon and actress, Mary Anderson,) Recktenwald. ment of a home. We have becomo night. who has lately to some extent sacstocks for the new seaFebruary 19 Euchio and lotto, rificed, from the motive of charity so sick at heart with tho devilish 1LVPPILY WEDDED. C. K. of A. Social son's goods that's why toward tho victims of tho war, tho birth control propaganda by women tin's Hall, evening Club, in St. MarJEFFERSON COUNTY. only. resolution she had made at her In the piesence of a largo prominenco that the they're priced so low. of social AGAINST BONUSES. marriage never to appear again Subject to the action of the Demoof looked C838XKSXXKX8S3SS33CK8XSKK8C83 Eleanor friends and ofrelatives Miss upon the stage, said: future for our country cratic party. Primary August 4, 1917. New Albany, All styles and sizes for E. Corbett, The Rev. John F. Otftourke, gloomy. The bequest of Mrs. Pal "Never in the history of tho and Edgar A. Hendrlckson, of Cin- world has the question of education, preaching in St. Patrick's Cathe- mer is Hko a ray of light. Old men and young men. cinnati, wero united In tho holy based on religion, been of such dral, New York City, spoke words Dr. Johnson Is credited with saybonds of wedlock Saturday mornGAINES w.. that struck homo and are worth TwvVVlVAWWV-WAWing at St. Mary's church. Tho Rev. vital importance y as It is today. ing that Scotchmen wero endowed through After tho Father Seibertz, the pastor, per- which w,e are passing, entailing O'Rourke by nature with certain instincts Father remembrance. formed tho ceremony and celebrated loss of hundreds and thousands the J. W. McGuIre was last week of said that tho liberal distribution which aro good and that all of the nuptial high mass, Messrs. noble lives, after the crisis is past of bonuses by employers of large them would respond to these in- visitor at Fort Myers, Fla. Harry Eckert and J. Wathon, both and convalescence sets, in, there of Louisville, being tho ushers. Fol- will be an unprecedented need numbers of men this year was an stincts "if caught young." Wo think Harry Angemeler has been for lowing tho ceremony a wedding men Third and Market. effort to keep workingmen satisfied, much the same of tho devout sex. women of noblo purpose, tho week in New York. breakfast was served at Tho Tavern, brightand avoiding the payment of fair Cut they havo fallen Into evil ways and burnished intellect, of while Miss Mabel Gallagher spent last after which tho bridal couple de- noble, controlled, wages. when their natural aspirations havo week with Mrs. William Ireland at parted on a wedding trip. On their character. Wo Catholics return they will reside in Clncln-- ' spite of insidious efforts know, in "If employers paid an honest been turned away from things I'restonia. to oatl. Tho biide Is a daughter of our schools Godless, that such make wage," ho said, "there would bo no which are womanly. The condition charMr. and Mrs. James Corbett, of acters can only be built on the Mrs. A. H. Egan, of Memphis, Is toew need of bonuses. If they had paid has been variously attilbuted to Albany, and has a wldo circle k of religion, and what rock honest wages for years there would too much wealth, fashion and the visiting hero as the guest of Mr. of friends and acquaintances in is there against which tho gates of and Mrs. James Moran. havo been no labor troubles. The belief that what is tho Fails Cities. Tho bridegroom Is hell shall not prevail except tho hard treatment of labor by grasping must be abandoned. Whatever the Miss Jean Burke, of Jcffersonvllle, manager of the Cincinnati ofllco of Rock of Peter? The great Welling employers has given such strength cause, ho wldespiead moral deca- spent several days here last week the International Harvester Com ton said: 'Educate men wlthoutre-llglo- n pany. Ho formerly was connected visiting Mrs. Howard Frazier. and you make them but clover to tho labor movement that with the Louisville ofllco of tho devils.' That Is true. dence of American womanhood has Wo have all now vie with one another assumed proportions that aro a real Miss Jennie Duffy entertained her company, in which ' tho brido also known" and know men and women in giving bonuses, and are anxious menace. who havo never been taught tho Announces- - his cadidacy for the The example of this euchre club at her home in Portland was employed. eternal truths in the schools, who oifice of to arbitrate. The question of arbi- woman gives birth to tho hopo that on Thursday of last week. E ORGAN AT ST. JAMES. deliberately close their eyes to the tration never occurred to them some day clean womanly nature miracle of nature, of sea and sky, COUNTY SURVEYOR J. J. Egan was among tho twenty years ago, when labor was may assert Itself, when tho natural rivals registered St. James church, Bardstown and who deny the Mighty Architect of last week at the under dog. But now they will aspiration of woman will not bo Normandle, New York City. Edenslde avenue, was thronged earth and heaven, and who treat Subject to the action of the DemSunday night, when the new those who adore the Maker of All arbitrate, now that tho worklngman suppressed. MULLOY'S COFFEE Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Hynes, Bards-tow- n $10,000 organ for that beautiful with contempt who havo no rever-enc- o ocratic Primary. August 4, 1917. has realized his power and holds for man, woman or God. There road, havo had as their guest edifice was solemnly blessed and tho whip hand." Quarterly, Miss Nell Tarpley, of Stlthton. Is the best coffee value offered. Tho Indian Sentinel dedicated. A classical musical pro- is another class who openly assert SAMUEL F. CRECELIUS If you want a delicious, inexpengramme was rendered, Mrs. Fred that religion is an absolute handi published in tho Interest of tho sive coffee, POWER OF A SMILE. Miss Jessie O'Brien has been vis- Harig and Miss Nellie Hannon pre- cap to artistic achievement. Ever Society for the Preservation of the Candidate For County Surveyor. girl TRY OU- RAmong Indian Children, meets iting at Clarksvllle, Tenn., the guest siding at the organ. The choir sang sln'co I was a sung that fallacious That tho chances of a Federal Faith the "Gloria" from Mozart's Twelfth tune has been to me; but we of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. O'Brien. of comwith favor, and letters " Mass. the "Sonctus" from Gounod's havo Innumerable examples of a " amendment aro Improved by such Miss Mary Rose Henry has been Messe Solemnelle. and Miss Alvlna contrary state of things. There militant tactics as the latest ex- mendation and encouragement be2 1.2 Lbs. visiting at and thousands of ploit at Washington the Silent speak for it a bright future. Full her brother, Clovorport, tho guest of Seldt rendered exquisitely Gounod's are thousands and women whoso Rey. Father Henry. "Ave Maria." Mrs. Harig selected Illustrious men Special rebate ticket good or Sentinels was doubted and open of Interesting and Instructive readas her principal numbers "The Pil footsteps will ever echo through the 10c In trade with 2 lbs. of ing matter, tho Indian Sentinel is disapproval by many of the leaders Mr. and Mrs. John P. Hanley, of grim's Chorus" from Tannhauser; corridors of time, whose religion New Blend. suited for old and young and should Orescent Hill, havo moved into the "Batistes Andante in G:" Saint-- was their Incentlvo and their inspirof the movement as represented by city for the remainder of tho Saen's Tocato from his noted ation. No! Religion has never JOHN M. MULLOY, tho national suffrage associations find welcome in tho homo circle. sympthony and "Entre Acte," from been a drawback to genius. The Subscriptions should be sent to the 212 West Market. was voiced. But tho attitude of Assisting, Rev. Father celebrated American orator, . Mr. Manon. Mrs. Denny Hines and daughter, WIHett, tho pastor, wero Rev. P. N. Bourko Cock ran, a devout Catholic, the President, as evinced by his Rev. William H. Ketoham, Bureau 1326 New of the Highlands, havo gono "to Monaghan and several of tho clergy. in ono of his famous addresses, said: Missions, resolute and coldly disapproving of Catholic Is tho vory Florida, whero they will Temaln un- Rev. Father Raffo preaching the 'Christian revelation Yotk 'avenue, Washington, D. C. facial expression on first sight of sermon. fountain and origin of government.' til spring. twelve eager suffragists with their Now, if this Is true, as it is, In all Gov. Stanley has again showed his AROUSING INTEREST. the higher spheres of human acpurplo and yellow banners banking Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Nally and forethought by awaiting tho return daughter, Mlbs Blllle Nally, of Porttivity literature, art and politics $&&sK&r the main entronco of tho White of tho Kentucky troops from tho land, havo returned from a visit at Sunday afternoon tho Social Club it Is no less truo in the humbler Houso grounds, lent hope to tho of tho Catholic Knights of America spheres of manual labor and homely calling an extra ses- Springfield. border before cause's own point of view and acted had a lively and Interesting meeting employments. If wo wish to reach martyrs, sion of tho Legislature. .Mrs. John Owen will return to- at St. Martin's Hall. Nine new tho highest ideals of life, if wo as wine to the would-b- e day from Shelbyville, whero she members. Misses Hodes, wish to know and practice those Nettle (writes Antoinette Donnelly. With SEWING SOCIETY ANNUAL. has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Mario and Catherine Zoll, Wilma virtues which make life so sweet ex the change in tho President's Burke, and Messrs. A. H. Drelnst, and so full of purpose, wo must John Lawson. The Ladles' Sewing Society of St. pression to a, smiling one, howevor, P. Johnson, C. Emrlch and Rudolph have a Tellglous base upon which Therefore let us teach Miss Elizabeth Dant, who has Schlldt, Jr., were received Into the to stand. some of the zest went out of tho Anthony's Hospital will hold the anto bo intelligent club, Miss move. It prevented their being nual euchre and lotto, the big event been the guest of today Mary E. fifty-fiv- bringing the membership up to our children Catholics; not to and be Col. J. P. McGinn, Peter enthusiastic for her placed in the attitude of martyrs, of tho year, at Phoenix Hill Hall Carroll, will leave serv-Buohhelt and Henry Schulten were satisfied with a next Tuesday and Wednesday, after homo at Lebanon. would bo the case if the Eng- noon ana evening, ana aro pre which present and spoke, their advice and Ice, the mero wearing of a scapular, Judgo Matt O'Doherty and Mrs. assistance holng greatly appreciat- or being tepid members of some wore pared with tho largest list of prizes SAJIL'EIi I OKEOEMUS lish method of treatment Let us mako them Hereby announces his candidacy for Tho Sowing Society O'Doherty will leavo early In Feb- ed. Tho Euchre Committee reported confraternity. adopted. Again tho power of a ever offered. is composed of the leading ladles in ruary to spend several weeks at that St. Martin's Hall had been good, practical Cathollos, and that tne uomocratlc nomination for the smile is brought home! secured for tho night of Feb. 17 and will make them good, practical ofllco of County Surveyor of all parts of tho city, who have been Funta Gorda, Fla. Fifth busy for weeks preparing an en that many desirable prizes had been citizens. Let us teach them, and son County, subject to tho JefferDANCING THAT INJURES. the dogma a of tho Democratic primary eloaction please every Mrs. W. F. Decoursey, of High- promised. A tally prize of $2.50 have them taught, tertainment that will tlun, body. A special feature will be land Park, was in tho city last will bo awarded and all who attend word very vexatious to our ene- August 4, 1917. lr your boy aa education that will Dr. James J. Walsh, of New York, tho dinner to be served each even- week for a short visit with her i, aro prpx them for lit. assured a good time. Vice mies the liturgy and the sublime He Is a graduate of the School of overlastlng beauty of the Engineering Mrs. John Ryan. President George Glass, Jr., aroused and who by the way Is a Knight of ing. Tho proceeds will be for the Lot their religion be a versity, classofofMissouri State Uni- ST. XAVIER'S COLLEjQE much enthusiasm and offered several church. Columbus and a Knight of St. charity work of the hospital. 1892. Mrs. J. Thels, of Crestwood, has suggestions that met with approval. joy to them. Let It be tho dearest 113 "W. Broadway, Zoalsrlllo, JCy. He was employed "by tho Gregory and a Doctor of Philosophy CARDINAL HELPS BELGIANS. had as guests her cousins, Miss Eve- All members of tho Catholic Knights thing on earth to them, Let us States Engineer DepartmentUnited Coadbcted by the for Classical, ScleatlfloXaverUa Brother. Medicine, 8 well as a Doctor of lyn Hadley, of tho city, and Miss of America aro invited to join tho teach them that if they hold fast and BubIbws years on a number of large Courses. Preparatory Social Club, which Is just what tho to tho Church of Christ with ono slxteon glree his frank opinion, In a reLars Cardinal Gibbons announced Tues- Grace Nolan, of Wichita. and important projects, two years SwlmmlDK Pool, WeU Deputmeat,3yBaa-toKqulpped name stands for. The club has a hand they may with tho other (to of which time ho was in charge day, at a meeting at Baltimore In cent number of America, on the Trmn Mo1ct Bro JtmM. nir. of of the Central quote dear St. Francis de Sales) tho location and construction Mrs. J. T. Hannah, who was tho full endorsement interest of tho Belgians, that of relation of tho modern dance to tho sent Monday a check lor S10.00 guest for a week of Mr. and Mrs. Committee, wh!6h is gather as many flowers by the wayhe tho Commissioners are given In the first place, the to the American Commltteo in Lon T. R. Peake, Southern Heights, has with it. health. side as they desire flowers of arts, roads and bridges in Yellowstone whenresponsibility for the public and crafts, trades and sciences. They National Park. Ho was employed tho term don which Is handling tho relief returned to her homo in St. Louis. learned doctor delcares, the of way of the works of the county, they should will be quite safe safe from tho on maintenance SODALITY EUCHRE. "dancing" applied to tho move- work, and that he expected to folstorms and troubles of life, if they Southern railway ono year, and In have tho privilege of naming their next few weeks D. J. McCarthy and Mrs. L. R. low Company ments in vogue at the popular tea with it within the The Young Ladles' Sodality of St. have a 'firm grasp of that mighty, 1898 served as Captain Engineers A, engineer. ho checks 'for $40,000. Ho stated Vetter, of the Stewart Dry Goods In In case Is nominated and Let us give Third U. S. Volunteer Klanoea and cabarets Is a misnomer. that the money was coming from all Company, were among the buyers John's church announce a euchre steady, guiding hand. prac- elected he will make an earnest Cuba. dancers merely walk parts of the United States in an- entertained in New York City the and lotto lor Monday and Tuesday them that most precious and lasting tice in He lias been in private "The effort to Louisville for six years. with the Com afternoons and- evettfnKS. February gift of lucid knowledge of Catholic of Pope about the room wrapped a closely, swer to the appealthe $10,000 Bene- past week. He believes that the commission missloners to secure good and 12 and-1was the gam m to be called truth; for 'Ignorance is the curse dict. Included in economical public service. as possible in each other's arras." $2,000 which the Pope sent to the Advsr-Norman L. Rogers and bride, who at 2:40 And 8:15. Snclal tally of Ood: knowledge the wine on ( form of government is the proper tlsement. form for Jefferson county, and that, which we fly to heaven.' " inefng may be beautiful, artistic, Cardinal for the fund. Crawley, are re- - prises, 'will be ward d. was Miss Aaoa 30-3- poetic and even religious. "Some of tho most beautiful poetry over penned, tho Choric odes of tho great Greek dramatists, was meant to be intoned by rhythmic movement of tho chorus." Many of the modorn dances, suggestive and vulgar in pose, and danced to vulgar and trivial music, aro debasing to morals, and bephysical cause of tho unhygienic them inconditions surrounding jurious to bodily health. Cabaret dancing translated into polito society as the dansant because of the dust, tobacco smoke and the heated foul air, leads to tho rapid spieading of colds. For those with to tuberculosis a predisposition nothing could bo worse. Tho fashion of dancing between, courses is most injurious to digestion. It was suggested by the bear to tho rabbit In Uncle Remus, "tho only advocate, so far as I know, of exercise The) immediately after eating'." strange mixture of food and drink, the dust and noise and glaro and lato hours and foul overheated atmosphere put a tax on health that is well nigh deadly to the aged or ageing, and a crime against tho proper amusement that belongs to youth. bright for a very active beginning Preparations for the annual baby Marathon are progressing rapidly and its promoters are confident this one will surpass any run heretofore. Mackin Council will ihavo an athletic carnival on tho evening of March 3, and from the present outlook It will prove a very interesting affair. Tho features will be a calisthenics class t of six well trained young men, a 's boxing match between two of I aspiring pugilists and a i wrestling contest. Tho committee arranging for tho spiritual retreat to bo held during Lent aro expected to report Monday night. Rumors Z were auoat that the initiation to take place on Sunday, April 15, f will bring into Mackin tho largest class ever initiated. Mac-kin- -- BED 1-S- COMFORTS.., f , 1.69 Largo Sizo Comforts, with a good quality printed covering T and a filling of clean white cotton. These comforts weigh well over G pounds, and tho sizo is 72x80 inches. Choico of green, blue, pink, tan and brown. They would pos-ltlVolv lio rrttl trnllin n irnwr ctetr i.nlnv ol frO CO J1 Lot No. 2-S- 1.98 Largo Size Bed Comforts; the coverings are a nice quality J" twilled silkolino in pink, blue and tan grounds; pretty floral designs with largo or small figures. The weight of these comforts is 7 pounds; tho sizo 72x80 inches. They 5.' aro filled with pure white cotton batting and are an actual f; $3.00 quality. 3- ILot No. 7z-&rr- .. ,.., j JlfiZ&&ZiZL$?'rzximZmZrZ? XSS-"- BEEEEEBf I I CHARITY TO ALL AND MALIC COMING EVENTS. E3 TOWARD NONE LINCOLN. celvlng January 26 -- Euchre and lotto for benefit of St William's church in evening only. 1 January Ladles' Sowing Society annual charity eucbro and lotto for St. Anthony's Hospital, Phoenix Hill Hall, afternoon and their friends at 4631 South First street, wheie they will make their home. Pre-Lent- com-mlte- e, 12-1- ANSWER SIMPLE ENOUGH. I When will wo havo a Catholic I Young Man'3 Association or a Catholic Y. W. C. A.? This seems to I be attractive enough for a heading $1.50 for many magazine articles lately, I and yet it soems the answer is simple enough. Wo will have them just as soon as wo have tho workers to take hold of them. Tho man or woman who takes up social CHARLES C. WHEELER work as a profession is tho one who is going to persevere with such Announces Hi" Candidacy For a project until it is successful. And making a profession out of it does not take away tho charitable spirit underlying it if our peoplo are trained in the proper manner. Wo all admire the work that tho Y. W. C. A. is doing, but tho Catholic dislikes the idea of a "paid That is a term of opprobrium that comes to his mind, and he thinks of all the disagreeable) things that aro associated with the name. But that is not fair to cliSs tho work of tho professional philanthropist with the Catholic who is anxious to follow in the footsteps of such men as St. Vincent do Paul, Bishop von Ketteler and women like St. Elizabeth. Tho Young Men's Institute meets present day require ments for tho Catholic young men and should receive encouragement everywhere. Largo Size Bed Comforts with a handsome, covering of i' French satine. Choico of green, blue, pink and tan grounds, T. large or small floral patterns. Tho filling is the best grado of cotton batting; weight 7 pounds and size 72x80 inches. At tho present prices comforts like this are selling for - $2.75 f Men's Suits and Overcoats world-famo- us COUNTY JUDGE S0GIETY. y J. RUSSELL world-agon- bed-roc- ed em-ploj- r f m NE W BLEND 2 65c JK. GERMAN BANK I e. once-a-we- and Market Sts. sls-te- ed - 3, I .-- tv isroorcroKZY iifcisis: RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are 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. ambjrican- ( PROHIBITION Question Thnt Must Bo Considered and Settled For 'DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT 1 esce)$9I BUY HKIC A Sewing Machine For Christmas I Sell Ibo Best. ScMc. JOHN C. DORSBY. 542 East Jefferaon St. 926-. PEOPLES PROVXDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. n citizens was organized by to make LOANS on furniture and other personal propwell-know- Future. The Movement Against Alcohol Can Not Be Altogether Ignored. Doubted That. Prohibition Will Phone M. S. LOWIST BATES. Coleman Bldg E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones, 2886. erty at 1 J.9 JLyej BEER! Sure. ! NONE PURER NONE BETTER Homo Phone City 9532-- J REPAIRING CHIMNEY ESTABLISHED 1803 TUCK POINTING AWD WM. H. SMART P&ASTE&XKO BRICKWORK 633 BAST CHESTNUT ST. Louis A. Broring, Komi Phone 2556 D. I). S. W, Market St Itcndcr Nil 111 Effects or Prompt I "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, IBJITXJST 430 Drink. MUCH AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVILLE AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. BY & ENGRAVERS DEPENDS UPON ANSWER MHLICH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVER8 ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky W. Main St., Homo Phone City B674 IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE The movement against the sale and manufacture of alcoholic beverages has made great progress in tho United States. There aro but two States in fact which are abso lutely "wet" that Is, which have neither prohibition nor local ontlon legislation. Theso aro New Jersey anu iNevaaa. And thoro Is but very little territory left in tho local option States which is not "dry" by me vote or tho community. National prohibition Is being urged upon Congress, to make moro uni versal and effective the suppression of alcohol, and a moro or less distinguished leader of tho peoplo has announced his intention to make it the paramount Issue of the Presidential campaign of 1920. All of theso facts show tho Im portance of tho question. It Is something which the peoplo of this country must study closely and con sider well. Tho great question is as to whether prohibition is really effective in reducing to an appreciable minimum tho evils of excessive alcoholism and whether as a consequence it will work for tho good of the community. Somo men arguo against prohibition as if the right to consume alcohol were as sacred as the right to lifo or marriage, which is as absurd as tho statements of thoso who seo in drink of this nature something inherently and absolutely evil. The question which wo must principally answer is simply this: Will prohibition stamp out the ill effects of alcohol, really prohibiting in the desirablo sense, or will it not? Will it improve tho condition of tho people as a whole or will it not? Our attitudo must depend upon the answer which we can find to give In this case. Russia has had somo experience of late on this prohibition proposition. What has resulted there should bo helpful to us in deciding our, point of view. Robert Blake In tho December Atlantic Monthly gives us a picture of tho Russian situation, which is very interesting. Vodka, the popular alcoholic drink In Russia, prior to tho war seemed to bo an integral part of that country's life. What has been tho effect of tho suppression of vodka In Russia? Substitutes havo sprung up of course of a dangerous character eau de cologne, furniture polish and denatured alcohol, showing themselves particularly in tho larger towns. But the effect on the whole, Blake thinks, has been good and for tho wholesome benefit of tho people. While the steady drinker has continued to obtain his stimulant in ono form or another, tho occasional drinker has far less temptation now. The situation was better, in the writer's opinion, when tho beverages with a low percentage of alcohol was allowed to bo sold. Such Is evidently the of the Duma, which has recently passed a bill forbidding tho sale of liquors containing moro than 12 per cent, of alcohol. This will glvo tho steady drinker an opportunity to satisfy his thirst. Here is a situation which certainly Is instructive to seo a drink so deeply rooted In the habits of a peoplo dono away with and such good Of conditions resulting. course moro time must bo allowed to discover the real permanent value of tho step and other witnesses than ono must add their tes timony, as Indeed others havo al ready done. As to whether this points to a gradual development of an entire prohibition policy is yet to bo seen: but it shows quite clearly at least that tho matter of suppressing the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages is deserving of consideration that it can not be merely shoved aside or Ignored. John Koren, tho expert formerly in tho employ of the Commltteo of Fifty, in a series of articles recently expressed his opin ion against prohibition. That side of the question must also bo stud-le"Morals," says James Russell Lowell, "can not bo safely embod ied In tho constable," and that seems the great objection to such a drastic proposal. But such study should be carried on only with the basic recognition, which somo men unfortunately lack, that If a remedy could bo devised to reduce the evils of excessive alcoholism to a reasonable minimum it would bo a great boon to tha whole nation. C. B. of C. V. bo-li- ef , d. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for SLICED BACON CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. MAJOR GEN. LEONARD WOOD. "AM Ready for Your Griddle la the Seo us about anything In real Tho photographs shows tho dog tonts on tho extreme end of the Horning" estate. We sell, buy and rent. parade grounds where tho United States troops, commanded by Gen. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE Leonard Wood, with headquarters on Governors Island, aro being 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. CO. LOUISVILLE PROVISION quartered. City 4464. (Incorporated.) Homo Phono "SOUTHERN STAR" JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f SEE POOLEY FOR iMONEY Residence Phone, Pewee Valley Phone, City 3180. 21-- J, STITHTON. wore this Banns of marriage week published in St. Patrick's church, Stithton, announcing the approaching marriage of Charles Hager and Miss Mary Edna Ray, highly esteemed residents of that section. ELIZABETHTOWN. Miss Laura Peak, daughter of S. P. Peak, and Jerry Thomas, son were of J. J. Thomas, married MESSAGE OF WARNING. CONFIDENTIAL RELIABLE P. R. POOLEY 1, Courier-Journ- JOS. DALY Building 420 803 Room 415 Fourth Street Home CONTRACTING PAINTER West Qreen Street. Louisville, Ky. Phone Shawnee ' GOSS HENRY THEHTL. HOLLENBAOH CO. INCORPORATED Distillers Of Tin Ro- - Repaired ana Painted OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY LonlsrUle, Ky. Broadway, toulsvllle, Xy. 628 W. Main St. 3011 West ARTISTIC PRINTING moonua, quttekino, spoutiho YELLOWSTONE FIRST CLASS WORK Give Tills Office Your Next Order 317 W. GREEN ST. Telephono City 946 WHISKEY TAYLOR & WILLIAMS INCORPORATED. Tho Great American Wednesday at St. John's church, Elizabethtown, tho Rev. Father Abell officiating. Both brldo and groom aro popular and a largo gathering of friends witnessed tho ceremony and tendered congratulations. SISTER BEFTEIt. Her many former and iircsent pupils and friends will welcome the news that Sister Macrina, for a number of years one of tho teachers of music at Piesentation Acad emy, who has been seriously ill at St. Joseph's Infirmary, is convalescent and able to be up in her loom. Her speedy recovery seems now assured and relaxes the feeling of anxiety that existed among the Sisters and attendants at tha academy. GAINS PRECIOUS non-Cathol- ic LOUISVILLE, KY. DOUGHERTY & McELLIQH 1227 WEST IVIARKET STREET, I Funeral Directors Climb. Main 299S-- n and Embalmers Homo City 200S JEWEL. BOTH IMIOJVHJS. I VVVVVfcVAVVVVV J. J. BARRETT'S SONS HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y whoso father, A daughter has embraced religious lifo aa a Sister of Loretto, said: "I am glad she is devoting her lifo to God's service, and every night I go to sleep in peace, knowing tho world holds no allurements for her. I do not feci as though I had lost her, but rather that I havo gained a precious jewel." TROOPS BUILD CHURCn. Supremo Court Justlco Daniel F. Cohdlan, commenting on President Wilson's message, expressed himself as follows: "Whether we aro prepared under any circumstances to abandon tho advice of Washington against entangling alliances no matter how indirectly wo may act is a question that merits and will receive tho most careful consideration of tho people beforo any change is made. But undoubtedly tho President spoke what is in the minds of of his countrymen as to the kind of peace for which we hope: 'The equality of nations upon which peace msst be founded if it is to last must bo an equality of rights; exchanged must the guarantees neither recognize nor imply a difference between big nations and small, between those that are powerful and those that are weak.' read with tho That declaration statements that governments derive all their just powers from tho consent of the governed and that tho seas must alike in law and in fact bo free, will be hailed with delight peoplo of tho by the liberty-lovin- g earth and with dread by tho friends of tyranny. The great ideals upon which America was founded stand out again clearly before tho eyes of all mankind and this material age is reminded that right and not might, justice and not expediency, must dominate tho earth. The message is a warning to Russia that Poland must bo) free, to Germany that Belgium must be free, and more than all, to England that Ireland, not ajone for her own good but in order to establish tho freedom of tho seas, must bo restored to independence and to her place among the nations of the earth. The President has made history." nine-tenths FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 WIEDEMAN N INCORPORATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Su Said at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excclleai&t QRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. THE BEST $1, $1.50, SOCIETY DIRECTORI A. $2 HATS AT 0. H. DIVISION 3. 0 Home, Portland. President John J. Riley. Vice President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John Martin. Secretary Financial John J. Broderlck. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. 1818-182- First and third Friday, Hibernian MSilcSggjSjjHSKEBflBJBKjyi ATI osd-b- the late ind aew btv sand Shafts found oerc at r nablo prices. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Thomas Noone. Pat Begley. Louisville Business College FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. HUMMHHMUMVMHMUMUUMmUlMMUMHMMMHUUiH Q22 iJQSt JVLLXXX Street:. Tho little town town of Pharr, Texas, where about 15,000 soldiers havo been stationed for tho past six months, now Is tho proud possessor of a wooden Catholic church, a building that will stand for many 2 years as a monument to tho religious zeal of the Catholic members of two Brooklyn regiments, tho OUTLAWING DIVORCEES. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. and tho ably assisted by tho soldiers oi other regiments encamped at that place. Tho church was built en tirely by soldiers, who collected tho necessary funds for tho purchase of material and tonstructed tho edifice with tholr own hands. Twenty-thir- d Forty-seventh, I Funeral Director and Embalmer! I Is TIUSRE'S A REASON. Tho reason for opposition to child labor legislation by large employers BOTH PHONES 810.; Z9f99f9f9ff9W9fB99m9l Home Phoae Shawnee 484 SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. I j Cumberland, Wst 11 RATTERMAN INCORPORATED. SCANNELL Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers Chapel fr44MtH H.B0SSES0N and Free to Patrons. 3101 WEST BROADWAY ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS "WELL. Wo may rightfully apply to tho lato Col. WHIam F. Cody tho words of tho great Shakespeare, who too Funeral Directors "died a Papist." Buffalo Bill was certainly ono of thoso souls which Embalmers. Tortullian called "naturally Christian." Scout or show-maho ever was a perfect gentleman. Ho was as tender with children at his Telephono 1022. Wild West shows as ho had been bravo in his fight with Indians. "As Nttf to You as the" Nearest Phone' Ever respectful of all that is deserving of respect, the episode of Oar Special $3.00 Spray bis performing a marriage as Jus-a tice of tho Peace In Wyoming Is point: "Whom Our Special $5.00 Wreath case in Bill havo Joined God and together Buffalo Many let no man put asunder." The largesf values in Fuse-sa- l of our Justices of tho Peace have Flowers ever offered in no thought of God. Another dn- Louisville. stanco was when Buffalo Bill paid For prompt delivery call 223 a visit to tho great Pope Leo XIII. both phones. with his Indians, and delighted the venerable Pontiff, who presented him with a gold medal. No wonder then that he wished to die In the old Mother Church. Will this be a "gentle reminder" to tho sorry biKot, whose Chief of Scouts Buffalo tourth Awning lolrinW J Bill was, and whom he could never Guardian of admire as a Flowers telegraphed everywhere." Liberty? Denver Catholic Register. n, shown in a report made public by tho Pennsylvania Bureau of Statistics and Information. During the period covered by tho statistics boys working in 20,671 establishments were paid $2,723,000. GlrlB under sixteen were paid $2,719,500, mak ing a total of $5,442,700. Women employed in tho 20,571 industries reporting drew $72,669,100. They make an impressive Industrial army numbering, 216,299 In the comparatively few that establishments served as basis of tho figures given. The children and tho women wore cheap labor. Tho Investigations de partment show that In the vast majority of instances tho earnings of the women and children were needed to maintain tho family. Tho combined family lncomo just about kept things going. In other words parents and children earned a sum equal to tho amount - tho fathor would have been forced to demand had been in If tho youngsters school, the mother at home and tho ' fathor in the mill. 'BACK TO THE HOME. Middle West tho Out in the epigrams and itty sayings of tho prelate of the archdiocese of St. Archbishop are famous. Louis commanding Is a tall, Glennon figure personally, with a dynamic vigor 'which permeates every corner great archdiocese. His of ills charm of manner would make-hin- t a social lion If he permitted himself to bo made one. But his energies aro devoted rather to tho upbuilding, spiritually and materially, of his see, and when he is not rearing a great Cathedral or colonizing. In congenial surroundings some part of hls flock of alien birth ho is delivering with great force and wlt his apostolic mes sages to his people. His most re cent epigram, one which is really more than that, elnco It Is a. sermon In tabloid. Is the paraphrase of the slogan, "Back to the land" to "Back to tho home." Its very brevity fits nicely the terse description of the soul of wit, ad as a commentator has very justly said, "it to a arinoa and a social and political summary In four words." -- and understand the position tho church takes on this problem. The world looks vp with admiration to tho church for her unfaltering protection of tho marriage vow. But Catholics fail in practice to support tho doctrines they profess when they, oven through sympathy, condone the sin of another. The Catholic woman especially should make it clear that divorcees who remarry aro strangers, are people who act and think differently .from the way g we believe tney snoum. in such violators of the moral standard a woman need not be rude. It is not necessary to sacrifice her natural courtesy and refinement, for there are ways of being quiet yet firm, but it Is lier duty to subordinate the cause of the individual to the cause of truth and public morality. It is real charity that tells her not to help even with her neutrality the widespread evil that In a few years lias brought society to the verge of ruin. osxra-sizin- Ono of tho currents of the time is tho divorce evil. Catholics know Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. President Thomas Lynch. Vice President John J. Barry. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 807 West Oak. (Formerly with Spencerian) Recording secretary Martin juui- Mr. McCarty is still doing that laney. o work that Spencerian Treasurer John F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Dlg- - solicitors havo told you about for past sixteen years. nnn. Day and Night Classes. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Phones: Collego Ofllco, City 7883; Cumb. Main 458. Residence, City Y. ILL 4879; Cumb. West 129. DIVISION 1. Meets second and fourth Mondays, "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS Under tho Management of r. l. Mccarty hlgh-grad- Meets MACIUN COUNCIL, 205. Monday evenings at 'Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixth. Wlio Fears to Speak of Easter Week? JUST PUBLISHED A. First President Link. S. O. Vlco Hubbuch. President William Raymond William MADE CENTER SHOT. tinier. Outside Sentinel The best written account of the Re G. bellion, Us History, Causes and Lead ers. Bucket. Completely documented, calmly and Robert dispassionately written by men and Recording Secretary wonlen lntlmato with Irish affairs, and Morris. friends of tho Dead Patriots. Treasurer Georgo J. Thornton. Tho Irish Rebellion of 1916 and Its Martyrs 427 pages; 46 Illustrations; Marshal Joseph Hohman. $2.60 net; postpaid $2.70. Morris But- - $2.60 net; postpaid 12.70. Inside Sentinel E. Schott. Second Vlco President THE BOOK OF THE PERIOD Financial Secretary James Hill. Rogers Church;Goods Co. . jjpcooMmw Germany ment, cast rule of Ireland. Replying to the rejecting Germany's Allied note peace proposals, the latest German note lias this passage: "They (tho Allies In their reply) declared that peace was impossible of so long as tho violated rights and liberties, the recognition of the principle of nationalities and the freo existence of small States wer not guaranteed. The sincerity which our adversary denies to the proposals of the four allied powers will not be conceded If tho world by tho world holds before its eyes the fate of tho Irish people, tho destruction of the liberty and Independence of the Boer ropubllc, tho subjugation of FOR WOMAN'S EYE. Northern Africa by England, France and Italy, the suppression of RusWith the evening hat goes the sian alien nations, and also tho low crown. violation of Greece, whfoh is withWhite net blouses have not re out precedent in history." turned to fashion. This seems to be a conter shot. Tho new satin turban high point now adorns tho back. SECOND THE MOTION. Thero is a tendency toward col It is the truly noble and great ored blouses with dark skirts. trim Brocade is much used for nature, not tho mean, narrow ono, that as keenest In discerning and ming afternoon and evening frocks. Red lace is again used for trim quickest in acknowledging all that grow In is ftao and noble In the efforts of ming and will probably others. There is no criticism bo favor. biting, so severo and eo cruel as Felt boudoir slippors can now be that of the person who could least had in almost every shade and which color. accomplish tho .very work he disdains. So true is this, eays Wash satin is announced as ono another writer, that absolute de- of the winning materials of the nunciation Is almost Invariably the result of absolute ignorance. Every Longer skirts, slender trains ana Catholic editor in the land will flat drapery aro tho predicted fashagree with these words. We have ion features, received letters from .men who can We may soon see a return of not write their own name Intelligently but who know how to edit Irish lace to the place it held half a paper better than we do. It is a dozen years ago. The Paisley shawls which came to laugh! Western Catholic, has, in an official docuup to England her mis- 129 S FOURTH AVE. In Travel inc ieires.entativo diana to solicit and collect for tho tijo State. olllciiil Catholic organ of Salary and commission. Apply Man ager, Tho Indiana Cntliollc ana ltec-or800 Wulsln Building, Lulian- apolls, Ind. In d, FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. fNotice to Taxpayers. Tim finnntv Board of Tax: Super visors will meet In the office of the County Assessor, Courthouse the ffnnrfh flnnrV dallr between hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 12 o'cIock noon, for tho purpose of of real nnimllTlnf tho nRRPssiTifint and personal property for 1917 taxes. Tn fhn nhsnnr.n of the board com plaints may bo flled with tho secretary of the board between the hour3 of 8 o'clock a. 'm. and 5 clock p. m. ThA hoard will meet for thirty days and adjourn February 3, 1917. Arthur a. aiujsLijjsu, Chairman. P. J. WELSH, JOS. E. PIAZZA, Secretaries. Corner Fourth and JefTersu ... confl- -' spondence treated strictly dentlally. International Inventors' McCagne Association, Sulfa mug., uinana, ico. 20-20- Poor Inventors, Attention. If you haven't money enough to patent your invention, let us secure a partner for you. All corre4 HERRMANN IMFORTERS BROS.. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Distillers and Wholesale Dealers In Finest Barnds of Ken tucky Whiskies, especially. Pearl of-Nelso- n, mid-seaso- n. BOTTLED IN BOND. Into fashion last September have not been received with any marked Ttlwfem 1943. 234 S SIXTH STREET approval. Paris is making veritable Empire evening gowns according to a va riety of Tashions that came out INCORPORATED during the later Napoleonic period. In smart blouses thero is a Clean Grocery Stores. strip tendency to run a three-inc- h "The Best For Less." of lace on each side or the front, fastening; down the middle- with Oders for $1 or more delivered te loops and white lace buttons. any part oi tne city, 'QUAKER MAID' - I JKBNT0CKY IRISH .AJdaJX.AJV. HERMAN STRAUS wcaapoaArro rouRTH AVENur SONS ( MARKCT STREET We Give and Redeem Gold 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 Coats Suits, Waists Men's Shirts Wool and Cotton Mixed Blankets KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. Catholic Knights and his legion of friends throughout tho city will bo rejoiced when Major Late News That Will Interest Gen. Michael Reichert will bo able Members Here and to be out aagin after an illness that That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a ihas confined him to 1iis homo on SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED Third street for the past month. The Major General has the interests twice a year; There MAY COME a time whea your "LAST DOLLAR" Kansas City and Atclilson will of tho Knights and young peoplo must be spent for somethlmg you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the at heart, wnlch makes him a fa- initiate largo classes tomorrow. vorite with all. The last report was A council has been instituted at dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. Sidney, Neb., fifty being Initiated in that his condition was improved. tho first class. SODALITY CLUK OFKICEKS. Sixty names were added to the roster of the council at Columbus, of-- Ohio, Tho St. Martin's Sodality Club last week. St. Martin's church at its annual A large class from tho combined meeting celebrated tho installation councils of Cincinnati received tho of officers for the ensuing year with two degrees last Sunday. Fifth and Court Place. a "social evening." Tho new offiTho campaigners reported five cers are Theo. Sell moll, President; applications Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays 'Until 7 p. m. at tho last meeting of William J. Hommriclj, Vlco Presi- the council at Helena, Ark. dent; John T. Sayer, Secretary; HerSoventy-fiv- o candidates are alHerman man Batson, Treasurer; on A feat- ready on the list for initiation Woerner, Sergeant-at-ArmHOME PHONE CITY 3238 DAN J. HENNESSY EDW. A. AXMAN ure of the evening was a spirited February 11 at Pueblo, Col. Nearly 200 members of Toledo debate as to whether prohibition would prove beneficial to our coun- Council were entertained with a Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. try 'tlie decision being in the nega-tlc- roast beef lunch at last week's It ds tho intention of the club meeting. to hold debates at regular intervals, Gov. Simon Bamberger, Utah's to which the public will be invited. new Chief Executive, will be tho guest of Salt Lake City Council on K. OF C. RECEPTION. February 6. Tho Knights of Oswego, N. Y., Supreme Knight Flaherty, of tho will take possession of their now is in tho building, formerly Knights of Columbus, tho Tanner UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street State on a (business trip and will block, on. May 1. guest of Louisville Council be the The council at Wahoo, Neb., had evening. Monday Grand next successful initiation this Knight John P. Cassllly requests all a very when a class month, of thirty-on- e members to be present if possible. was inducted into tho order. Judge Frank J. Murasky, of the CALLED TO MOTHER. California bar, will be tho orator Paul Fein, of Now Albany, left at tho Washington birthday celebration Tuesday for Grecnsburg, Ind where Ore. of tho Knights of Portland, ho was called on account of tho illWe're Prepared to Do It Promptly Supremo Knight ness of liis aged mother, Mrs. Ver- arrive in Loulsvlllo Flaherty will next Monday, went from New Style. and in First-Clas- s onica Fein, who his stay will be enterAlbany to Greensburg to live with and during the Fourth Degree Astained by her son, tho lato Rev. Father Henry sembly. Fein. When Father Fein's death Tho Knights Neb., occurred several weeks ago Mrs. have organized ofa Hastings, degree third a eln was too ill to accompany tho team, which has already been inbody to New Albany for burial. vited to put on tho work for two councils. FEARED IJLOOD POISON. Two more large classes have just tho Missouri memCards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Tho Rev. Dominic Barthel, O. S. been added to e at Jefferson College bership seventy-fivB rector of St. Meinrad's and between fifty and sixty at Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. at St. Melnrad, Ind., is at St. Jo- CityJoseph. seph's Infirmary, suffering fron an St.A second class of fifty within a Dance and Wedding Invitations infection of his leg, which it is year has just been received irfto feared may bo blood poisoning. the council at St. Joseph, Mo. Right a Specialty. Father Dominic came to the hos- Rev. Bishop Burke was n speaker pital Wednesday. He is well known at HOME PHONE 946. the in Loulsvlllo, his home having been tion. banquet following tho initia hero before he joined tho Benedictines at St. Meinrad's. APPOINTS MISS CONNOR. All RECOVERING. The Last Dollar Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. s. e. Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS WEWANTY0URW0RK PRINTING 810 WBST GIXXCXC2V 4a The Rev. Father Bonaventuro Hammer, O. F. M., soventy-fiv- o years old, who gained fame by translating Gen. Lew Wallace's " What They Have Been Doing Gorman, into died Saturday in St. Elizabeth's Hospital the Past Week General at Lafayette, Ind., after a long illNews Notes. ness. Father Hammer is well reTRINITY VS. MACKIN. membered here, having for a number of years been one of the priests Mackln Council will inaugurate STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY There aie three flne divisions ht stationed at St. Boniface church. tho basketball season of 1917 at Dayton, Ohio. the club house tonight, when its NEW ALBANY. Rugs, Dost athletes will play the fast The parado this year promises to Capt. Bonnell has bo the biggest ever. Miss Mary Genovlevo Schulte and Trinity team. arc tho boys going at a nice clip, and Lorl, who Division 3 will add a number of Michael Edward Good Furniture at moderate prices without tradis a great names to its membership at the well known apd popular in social as there between the deal of rivalry two teams a ing stamps. circles, were united in marriage existing next meeting. Mackln Thursday morning at Holy Trinity good game is anticipated.open Two celebrations for St. Pat- cnurch, New Albany, in tho pres- Council lias a number of dates rick's day show that the order is ence of many of their friends. Rev. for which it would like to book doing things. Charles Curran performed tho cere- games with some first class teams. The parado committee has already mony and celebrated the nUptlal 415-41- 7 COVINGTON. EAST MARKET STREET. began engaging music for the St. mass. Patrick's day celebration. The Knights of St. John of tho ST. PATRICK'S DAY. The meeting of Division 3 on Second Kentucky district initiated a February 2 will bo an Important Sunday 175 From present indications there class of at the candidates Armory. one and should be well attended. Covington afternoon The joint installation at Minne- will bo a moro general observance Members from Cincinnati, Dayton, apolis was the biggest Hibernian of St. Patrick's day this year, as Hamilton, St. Bernard and other FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. 4 3 and of tho places were in attendance. Tho affair ever held In Hennepin county. both Divisions FREE SERVICE. Ancient Order of Hibernians aro team of the Second Brigade of God. Edward J. Division will be the speaker on arranging entertainments. day enter- Ohio had charge of tho work. 3 will glvo a St. Patricks Washington's birthday at Indiantainment in St. Patrick's school hall ANNUAL CARD PARTY. apolis. on Sunday ovenlng, March 18, and 1101-0- 3 Llns-ke- y EAST BROADWAY. The application of Edward M. Riley wll apJohn The Young Ladles' Sodality of was received at Division 4's President committee of arrangepoint meeting and John Barker elected to ments his tho meeting next Friday St. Mary's church will glvo their at annual euchre and lotto party on membership. night. At tho meeting of Division Thursday afternoon and ovenlng, President John M. Riley and Matt 4 Monday evening in Bortrand Hall 8, In at 428 South O'Brien, of Division 3, were given it was planned to repeat the parade Februarystreet, the hallthey hope to Eighth when a good reception at the Limerick of tho last two years and a largo meet their many friends. In addidivisloa meeting. number of marchers will bo in line tion to tho many prizes to bo It "would bo a big undertaking on account of tho parado time be- awarded there will bo a tally prize. for the Ancient Order to attempt to ing sot for Sunday morning. In tho provide chapel motor cars for all evening there will be a musicalo FOUNT KREMER NAMED. our Catholic army chaplains. and literary entertainment In BorPresident James M. Grady, of trand Hall, and President Thomas Fount T. Kremer, of this city, Nashville, and President James M. Lynch appointed tho following com- was elected Secretary of tho KenParado John H. Conroy, of Memphis, ihavo started mittees: tucky State Fair at a meeting of W. P. McDonogh, T. J. Lan-ga- the Stato Board of Agriculture held aggressive campaigns for new memJohn Burke and Joseph Lynch; In Frankfort on Wednosday, and bers. In appreciation of his good work Entertainment John J. Barry, W. tho selection has been greeted with INCORPORATED. during the two past years Division J. Connelly, Thomas Walsh, Robert expressions of approval everywhere. and Mark Ryan. Short Mr. Kremer has been associated 2 of Syracuse presented Its retiring Mitcholl 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. President, P. J. Rogers, a ?20 gold addresses on tho celebrations wero with the State Fair management made by State President W. J. Con- for a number of years, and despite Canib. Main 415 piece. Hpme City 405 County President Klnsella has nelly, County President John II. the qualifications of many of tho been out every night Installing of- Hennessy, County Vico M.President other Kentuckians Included in the Riley, long list of applicants for the posiJohn ficers for, tho Brooklyn divisions. Matt O'Brien, Division best Prospeots for the coming year are President of McCarthy 3, John J. tion ho was considered and Thomas equipped of all entrants. Ryan, Daniel Ho is bright. forty-si- x years old and a natlvo of The Ancient Order and Ladles' Walsh. Louisville, but now lives on his Auxiliary at Junction City, Ohio, GUESTS OF PRIEST. farm on thp Cano Run road near recently purchased a hall. With Shively. Tho new Secretary is a utmost harmony between them they On Friday evening of last weok brother of J. Bruce Kremer, Demoplan much good work. tho Rov. J. F. O'Dwyor, pastor of John J. Ryan, formerly of Divis- the Church of tho Good Shepherd cratic National Committeeman from Georgo W. Kremer, Montana, ana ion 1, made a rousing address at at Frankfort, entertained with a of the Central of Consumers Company. meeting Monday and most enjoyable dinner, at which tho Division 4's Kremer, another brother, related experiences of his forty guests wero Messrs. John J King, J. Baxter with the Louisville Water has been years' membership in the order. John A. Brislan, George L. Hannan, Company twenty-on- e years as chief For the first time in the history John R. Sower, Henry Lutkemeler assessor and in other capacities. of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Minne- and Frank Lutkemeler. 'The menu apolis all the State officers were was an elaborate one and the table SUSTAINS THE E5DPEROR. presont to do honor and banquet was beautiful in appointments. Mrs. tho National President, Dr. Peter Spahn, leader of tho REUNION. Catholic Center party, Informs tho KNIGHTS' GRAND Tho Ladles' Auxiliary of SyraOverseas News Agency that some cuse was rejoiced over tho recovery Next Wednesday evening will be time before Chancellor von of Mrs. Anna Lynch and accorded featured by a reunion of tho Past speech in tho Reichher a hearty welcome when eho Grand Knights of tho KnlghtB of stag on December 12, in which ho was installed President for her ColumbuB at the regular meeting of made announcement of tho peace sixth term. that order and short addresses "ill proposals of tho Central Powers, 1 1 11 Thursday evening there was an bo made as follows: M. J. Winn, the Chancellor summoned tho M "M e II H i lfwirtnr nnil informed open meeting at Cincinnati for the "Tho Foundation;" R. A. Watson, M. J. BANN8N. P. BANNOH, JR., LAWRENCE J. VEENEMAN, Installation of the County Board "dur Order and Its Growth;" them of the Emperor's decision. Fret, t Hit. Vice PfM. I Triu. SecrcUry. officers of tho Ladies' Auxiliary. Charles J. O'Connor, "Tho Business Dr. Spahn makes this statement, he Rev. William Clark, County Chap- World Today;" Peter M. O'Reilly, said, because thero is some ques and Its Work;" tion in ungiana wnoxnor cne emlain, was tho speaker lor the even- "Our Council Charles F. Taylor, "The Law;" AI. peror dn reality decided on a peace H ing. and lholr as long ago as October 31, For the benefit of St. Peter's S. Smith, "Our Chaplains Fitzgerald. moveHnfo nt Ms rccftntlv TiubHnhcd Hm J. parish, jubilee, when it Is proposed Influence;" James to raise 1 100,000 for tho school "As I Know Him," by tho Lec- letter to tho Chancellor announcing Sewer and Calvert Pipe,. , building, the two Hibernian Rifle turer, Thomas Walsh; Hon. Matt his decision to lane tno initiative. Baaaea's Pateat LliM Piae fer Steaai Ceadalta, companies of San Francisco will O'Doherty. "The Catholic Layman;" It is insinuated, Dr. Spann says, Wall Celiac, Praia Tile, Y4rlGe BrkK, or parado on January 31 in the grand Thomas A. Bohan, "Building Up ih.it oithftr this letter is smirlous To Fire Freefiag. Flae Lining, Fire Brick regimental pageant of nearly all the Our Membership;" S. M. Jlaffo, elso the date was falsified. "True Womanhood;" Hon. E. J. Mc- - prove tho contrary, he points out Grate aad Beiler Tile, Greaai Fire Clay, Cklataer ? civic societies of the city. Literature;" that the Chancellor in his speech Dermott, "Catholic did OFFICE 526 WEST JEFFERSON J. William Klapheke, "The Scourge tiuari altnncct' thn samn words as eays. NAZARETH. of War;" Col. P. H. Callahan, the Emperor in his letter and ' ,nuB rnuwe ui i t sa-uee- ! ty cumb.main S07. Ten postulants who are desirous "Prejudices;" O. M. Decker, "Prog- further that we un&nceaior in nis of entering the novttwte of the sis- ress, the Law pf God;" Frank A. 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