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Kentucky Irish American: February 3, 1917 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 kec1917020301_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: February 3, 1917 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. WE DO PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Giro This Office Your Next OrcUr. Kentucky tei Sfl NO. 5. forms and principles of life, religious and secular. Tho Catholic school Is thus very truly a nursery of all the best qualities of the young mind and heart, of the virtues on which the safety and sanctity of the home itself must de- EI Nomo AMERICAN ' Wilkoe Union v,.. Midi Cigrs. J VOLUME XXXVIIL LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1917. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Tom McDonough, Will Dennis and others. The appointee will of course he a candidate in the coming primary. Tho only other candidate announced thus far is Councilman M. J. McDormott, who has received many pledges of support from Democratic leaders, but also of union labor. BUILD THEM VETOED cess of education ad the eHHon ague; lit con- use of tho Englis sequence of this would he hard to differentiate th- children of for- eign immigrants f m those ef sat live American pari - PROHIBITION among them being "Bud" Norton, present Deputy Bailiff; John Mc-Dov- IRELAND Catholic Schools Important For pend. Disapproves Literacy But if God is tho source and President the "Welfare of Our Test in tho Immigration safeguard of our liberties and of Country. all the other blessings which we as BUI. Extracts From Excellent Pica of the Right Rev. BlMiop Shahnn. Modern Conditions That Show " Necessity For Catholic a free people enjoy, should Ho not havo a placo in tho school which undertakes to train tho child in tho duties and rights of American citizenship? The answer given to this question by tho Catholic school Is tho only answer consistent with the principles on which our Government is founded. It is the practical application of tho thought expressed by Washington In his farewell ad dress. Now, our country with all its progress and its prowess is neither so strong' nor so far advanced to ward the Ideals of its founders that it can dispense with "national mor ality." And If education is to be a means for the furtherance of our national welfare it can not afford to take as its basis tho "exclusion of religious principle," d. e to ignore God in tho national system of men tal training and moral discipline, and all that this sublime and preg nant Ideal stands and ever has stood HEART ATTK S FATAL. The entire city gloom when the flay evening that nor, Bailiff of the ono of Louisville spread, Tuesrard D. O'Con- -Uee Like Charity Should Begin At Homo In tho Opinion of thrown into Many. .y , The Present Year as Viewed by Dclmar Rndbourno, an tho pretty near unanimous suport American. VICIOUS ASSAULT. Court and most widely Explains Position and Objections in Message to the """""" House. Might Lead to Very Delicate and Hazardous Diplomatic Situations. CARDINAL GIBBONS PROTESTS ggssHr nflr Way Paved For an Irish House Hnly and Bccklmiu Receive Sup- Judge Matt O'Doherty, one of 'po-of Commons and Irish of Frankfort Liquor Kentucky's best known and most 'Dealers. gggK Education. THE YOUNG Ai.iHBnPpfL - HM jBIm hsiL vfB v . Brumlovc Says Grccno Will Not Be On Slate. Anti-Administrat- HIND AND HEART MIX AND SCHULMAN ANNOUNCE v - (i Tho dally papers this week con- if . !.. Representing tho Irish Pess and Service, Delmar Radbourne. an American, writes from Belfast: of Bishop Shahan'6 excellent plea A lull in Irish agitation or a sort MHvM '""gggBBgggggggW. for Catholic schools, from which we of numbness prevails at tho oDonlnc extract tho following: for. of tho now year what might be The root idea of Catholic educaThis instructive article is pub that President Wilson had described in America as a period of vetoed tion is the intimate binding of the lished as a free leaflet by tho Cen- an Immigration bill "watchful waiting." No ono knowa tho human individual with God. Ood is tral Bureau of the Central Voreln. literacy test, and forbecause of rea what to expect in the way of a gggggl .ggLHgCgggggggggBc tho samo our maker, ruler and judge, our Tcmplo building, St. Louis, Mo. chango in government, but all sides son similar measures were given and reward. We can not esnd feel there are secret understandvetoes by Presidents Taft and Clevecape this primal fact of existence, RETIRING TO NAZARETH. ings among the leaders of the land. The President's veto message deep and original, so all pervadso Ministry, soon to bo revealed, to tho House, in ing that it overshadows and condiSister Euphrasia, founder and for iginated, follows: which tho bill orwhich will pnvo tho way for an r .t . unex tions the "whole range of being, and moro than forty years Mother SuIrish House of Commons and an "I very much regret to return icnown puDiic citizens. Had alone furnishes tho key to tho end- perior of St. Joseph's Hospital at this bill pectedly passed from this life, heart Irish Senate. Tho Colonial Preless problems of nature, history and Lexington, ended her active work most of without my signature. In trouoie causing niaiaeath. Though miers to meet in London this month life. It is quite true that man has there Sunday and on Monday re I should tho provisions of tho bill he had been complaining for several havo agreed in advance to Tecom-men- d very glad to concur, other relations, e. g., social and turned to Nazareth Academy, where but I canbonot some form of settloment of rid myself of tho weeks only a few mends know of political, but it is also truo that his illness and toi court attaches tho Irish autonomy question. The took they aro tho creation of tho indi- shoCharityher final vows as a Sister conviction that literacy test consti- and others ho explained that ho plans aro based on the hopes of years tutes a radical change in tho policy moro than fifty-tw- o vidual, shaped and colored by his of "expected to bo job in less breaking down Irish disloyalty. Imago. early training and its consequent ceed Sister asMary John will suc- of tho nation which Is not justified than a week." oniihe portant concessions will bo made to Superior. Several In principle. It is not a test of Eward O'Connor her temper or bias. was born in Loulsvjlle .about forty-fiv- e Ulster, oven to the extent of giving always months ago Sister Euphrasia relin- character, of quality, or of personal Tho Catholic church has years ago, and slncojie became Ulster a disproportionate share in quished much of tho routine work fitness, but would operate in most bravely and successfully faced this the proposed new government of in the hospital management, but cases merely a3 a penalty for lack of age ho was actlvi in politics and issue, the recognition of God's su- kept her plans Tegardlng her retire- of opportunity Ireland, Including guarantees for In tho country from had a wide personal acquaintance preme place in tho individual life, with practically ev'ory official of the provincial safety of Ulster by except wli'ch his rights, law, honor, servico and ment to Nazareth from all associ- came. tho alien seeking admission tho city. His first political office somo form of provincial legislature Tho opportunity to gain an worship. Her entire career is a a few of her most intimate MEXICAN JUSTICE. was as Constablo lln Tho liberation of tho Irish rebels commentary on St. Paul's bravo and ates at tho hospital. Two years ago education is in many cases ono of Magisterial district. ' Hetho Sovonth was elected has not affronted tho Belfast UnionEuphrasia chief opportunities sought by Magistrate lucid discourse to the men of Ath- Sister jubllco as a celebrated her the immigrant Two Mexican prelates, Archbishop ists as badly as expected. Tho of tho Seventh MagisSister of Char the in coming to the ens. Since then no human consid- golden Orozco, of Guadalajara, and Bishop abolishment of martial law will years United States, and our experience In terial district in ,1905 and was reerations havo ever swayed her from ity, moro than thirty-eigelected at the following do la Mora, of Zacatecas, returned not stir up great opposition here. teaching mankind tho existence of after she had como to tho Biuegrass the past has not been that tho il- About three years ago election. ho was A great chango has come over to their sees, not long since, in the J God, tho attributes of his dlvino capital and established St. Joseph's literate Immigrant Is as such an chosen to fill the vapafacy caused by hope of rendering service to tho this corner of Ireland since tho fear loving concern for Hospital when tho city was without undesirable Immigrant. Tests of the death of tho lateJSdward Moran, uattiro and his the war has the During tho quality and of purpose can not bo an institution. stricken people. Scarcely had they of losing tho loyalists. seized grossman's welfare, temporal and spir- such sho was at tho head The timo of tho objected .to on principle, but tests Bailiff of TollcQ CourJ, and was a arrived when tho Carranzlstas be- minds of itual. When tho little Catholic child hospital she endeared herself to est Information as to the progress for another term. Mr. candidate of opportunity surely may be. gan to scour tho country in order learns tho opening lines of the in "Moreover,' even if this test O'Connor was popular as an attorto apprehend them. The search oi the war was furnished tho peoplecatechism and grasps tho great fact all with whom sho came is acontact, might ney, being admitted to the bar at great hospital monu proved successful and word was of Ireland. Tho breakdown of thoinsisted that he is God's beloved creature, and the her devotion. During tho of the bo equitably proposed on, one Frankfort. He was a member of exceptions passed that tho prelates were to bo Asqulth Ministry, tho scarcity of to its made to know, love and servo his ment to smallpox epidemic of terrible which application involves a provision tho Knights of Columbus, the courtmartlaled and shot, on the food, tho in collapse East,the Allies' Maker, ho has acquired a working swept campaign the deadthe Far over Louisville soon after which might lead to. very delicate Ancient Order of Hibernians, and Charge of conspiring against philosophy of life, a compass oC its for many years was active 1n tho by furnishing financial aid to lock on the Somrae, all these disasstormy sea, which will insure his tho civil war Sister Euphrasia led and hazardous diplomatic situations. Mose Green Club. JVIr. O'Connor Villa. Tho accusation is as false ters wero finally seen and tho truth spiritual safety whero others periah a band of nurse3 when others had Tho bill exempts from tho operation married Miss Gertieannoujlaugh-te- r fell on the Tory elements,, with test 'all aliens who 48 unhappily for lack of Tight knowl- faltered in offering help until- the of of the Talo Patrick Bannon,"Heau force. bf plague was been penniless for four years or Crushing danger "TMSr TeUKrA nature and purpose of dread to Kentucky stamped out. Sho shall provo to tho satisfaction of of tho Bannon PIpo Company, edge of tho impels them" Wj ac camo in her girlhood tho proper Immigration officer or ree more. During that timo they have common human life. years ago. Besides cept his from a homo been living on tho charity of friends. Thoy the lesser . of two insecurities. Whilo the social order was gen- to enter tho of luxury in Pittsburgh to tho Secretary of Labor that they widow ho leaves two children, Edprefer to face tho rule of a academy at Nazaroth, are seeking admission to the Moreover, circumstances would havo temporary erally religious, this peculiar office and has lived Irish government so that all of her tlmo hero United States to avoid religious per- ward D. O'Connor and Miss Winirendered it impossible for them to of tho church needed no insistence, since Ho was a brother years secution In the country of their last fred O'Connor. then. She is eighty-fiv-e get in touch with Villa even had the fate of the British Empire may no defence or protection. But modof Assistant City Attorney Will old. Her thoy desired to do so. It is strange be averted. Thoy havo not changed ern conditions, i. e. profound er- Stafford. name 1ft tho world was permanent residence, whether such O'Connor and James C. O'Connor, persecution be evidenced by overt an attorney, Indeed that two inoffensive prelates their opinions, it must bo said. But tho natural rors in philosophy, of Louisville. Ho also acts or by laws or governmental In tho distant Stato of Zacatecas they do finally recognize tho danger guide of lite, coupled with injustice, WELCOME SUPREME KNIGHT. regulations that discriminate against leaves his mother, Mrs. Christopher could send aid to Villa In Chihua- that confronts them of defeat in persecution, suspicion and hatred, Tho funeral was held tho alien or tho raco to which ho O'Connor. hua, at a timo when two armies the war of a ruined Ulster as well operating on a largo scalo and with If a fair James A. Flaherty, of Philadel belongs because of his religlouB yesterday morning at St. James were striving to catch sight of him. as a ruined England. persistency, havo comconscious church with requiem high mass, of is phia, Supremo Knight of This latest outrage is but an inci- measure everytho faith.' Such a provision, so applied and was ono of tho most largely pelled tho Catholic church may not dent in a relentless persecution car- granted Ireland in Ireland, sufficient carefully into tho Knights of Columbus, was given on and administered, would oblige the attended evor seen there. where to look Canada pass ried on by tho Carranzlstas, at tho Irish soldiers foundations of her Hfo and her Kentucky wolcomo officer concerned In effect to pracThe active pallbearers were Capt. very tlmo they aro proclaiming lib- and Australia bo secured to change judgment upon tho laws and probablo stato dn tho future order when he made his official visit to Benjamin Pulford, B. J. Campbell, erty of conscience and freedom of tho tide of war and wrest victory tices of a foreign government of the world. In other words, tho Loulsvillo Council last Monday declaro that they did or did and J. B. Campbell, Charles J. Cronan worship. No one believes tho charge from the enemy? Will Russia drop not James P. Reedy, Clay Hall, Frank education of every Catholic child night, being greeted by a gathering what then? How, much will against tho prisoners, not even their out, position religious persecution. Dugan and John Cassllly. becomes a principal preoccupation that crowded tho hall. Supromo constitute HonIn America be imaccusers, but unfortunately tho ab- our In a dim Knight Flaherty delivered a force- This would, to say tho least, bo a orary pallbearers were Col. James ojgjjathollc authority. surdity of tho accusation docs not proved, for after all tho United anaTatont way the idea of God is ful and witty address, giving high most invidious function for any ad- P. Whallen, Judge Samuel J. Bold-ricstay the hands of Mexican mur- States is responsive to tho feeling ever present to the young mind, as praise to tho Knights of Louisville ministrative officer of this GovernDublin rather Judge Harry W. Robinson, EdBelfast. derers. Tho protest from President In The agents of than new Premier, haunting echo of its and Kentucky for their energy and ment to perform, and It Is not only ward T. Tlerney, Frank McGrath, Blate. it were a the Wilson may savo their lives. vaguo senso needs loyalty and tho success of their possible but probablo that very Michael J. Brennan, John Hannon, origin, but this tho powerful shipping mon threatAs stated before, this slato or questions development, correction, protection. many laudablo undertakings. ened with tho destruction of Belfast The serious and comity of international James Norton, Fred Galvln, William any other set of candidates should MEETS ON SUNDAY. justice would arise be- Dennis, Joseph Keyer and James cause no friction In tho Democratic body and Right It needs to grow as the shipping, aro working hand in hand Rev. Denis O'Donaghuo, grow, in other Bishop of Louisville, attended the tween this Government and tho gov- O'Connor. mind of tho child to cultivate this feeling and break ranks, and the Evening Post reAnother meeting of tho C. K. of down the opposition of tho profesernment or" governments thus offisym- mooting words, gradually, tho object of and modo an address. cially condemned should its exercise echoed that sentiment tho other day A. Social Club will be held tomorpathetic caro and Intelligent forma- Other speakers woro tho Very Iter. In saying that while tho prominent row afternoon, when it is expected sional Orange politicians who havo RETREAT FOR KNIGHTS. tion. It needs proper nutrition, T. L. Crowley, Prior of tho Do- bo adopted. leaders will support Messrs. Bingnew members will lived so long on politics religious 'I daro say that these conseund adverse influences must be minican Convent, who delivered tho quences The retreat for tho Knights of ham, Scholz and Cox, tho combined a number of present themselves for enrollment. rancor. Whether they will be sucwere not In the minds of Columbus and the Catholic men of entry for County Commissioners, no counteracted and if possible nulli- address in response to that of the cessful in eradicating Ulster opposified. Tho healthy germs of a re- Supreme Knight; tho Rot. Jeremiah tho proponents of this provision, Loulsvillo to bo conducted by tho concerted effort should bo made to This club, only a month old, will tion to a homo tuIo bill time will soon have 100 members and add provision separately ana in Rev. Father Cassllly, S. J ligious philosophy of Hfo must be P. O'Mahonoy, Chaplain of dissuade any otlier Democrat from tell and tho decision is not far off. of the but tho wisely planted and sedulously tend- council; tho Rev. E. A. Baxter, O. itself renders It unwiso for mo to Creighton University, will open at furthering his candidacy for tho life to tho order in this city. Com- Policy, opportunism and national they decay and die on poor P.; Judgo Matt O'Dohorty, Edwaid givo my assent to this legislation in tho Cathedral on Wednesday even- same office. This voices tho spirit mittees are arranging for a big ed, lest are forces working for euchre and lotto reception to be concessions tho not surrender of the its present form." soil or amid noxious overgrowth. Democracy, and as an ing, February 14, and close the if and tho message was read in following SUnday night, when tho of realSenator said the other day held at St. Martin's Hall on Febru- Unionist party. Tho fate of Ireknowledgo of God, or J. McDormott Cooper, District Deputy When Tho right of-- Ellzaboth-towDamlon M. Tho also entor-tai- n land is a world question today Inon It was ordered suggestion ary ID. friends club will St. true religion, is tho best moral bo welcome. Doctrinal ho heartily Indorsed From hero tho Supromo the House until Thursday to lio a its Patrick's morning, public will subjects will form the of tho Kentucky Irishtho tho tablo on Knight wont to panacea for tho ills of life, and American for day reception atwith Watterson Ho- separably linked with international and moral Ellzabethtown and the It tho child must ono day depend Lebanon for official visits, then and champions of tho bill began, discourses of tho eminent Jesuit. the Democratic Committeo to let tho tel. war problems. Tho Gorman ship laying their plans for an effort to Father Cassllly has won a national bars down and let every one enter amid temptation, failure, disillusion, leaving for his homo. attempting to land 20,000 rifles and override tho veto. Chairman Bur- roputatlon as a pulpit orator and vho cares to rest his caso with tho wovnrtv. sorrow. iuiuBtico and op machine guns on tho shores of dis MISREPRESENTATION. nett announced that ho would move his books havo received tho highest Democratic voters, who aro Hhe govpression, ailments bodily and spir affected Kerry but eight' montha FROM FRIENDS. PRESENT for a vote Thursday. The bill commendation of noted churchmen erning powers of Democracy. Free itual. If ho be not won grounaea Hardly a week passes that wo slnco is a grim specter which the which the President vetoed passed of America and Europe. In tho knowledgo of God, above all and untrammeled rivalry in tho do not read something about tho Unionists hope nover to see again John P. Hanley, the gonial Treas- the Houso last MaTch by a vote of !f ,ho ho unconscious of God's love primary will necessarily make a Pope's attitude toward ono or other if homo rulo is mado into a reality. urer of tho Kentucky Distilleries 308 to 87 and tho Senate in Decemand mercy, of another and a perfect and Warehouso Company, in ATTENDS SOiVEU JUBILEE. and Down strong ticket In November. bolllgeronts. As was to bo In Derry and aro Antrim exchanged. passed ber toy 64 to 7. redemption and immorworld, of being views Tho friends of Loralne Mix have of tho expected, considering tho tainted these prospects of a settlement are Cardinal Gibbons entered a strong likely to become ,a cast- another milepost Tuesday, when ho tality, ho is The The Rev. Father J. J. Fitzgerald, already begun an active canvass in away, a drifting peril to himself was presented with a handsomo protest against tho hill in the fol- pastor of St. Leo's church, Highland his behalf for the nomination for sources of such news, tho Pope is considered tho brightest in three solid gold Knights of Columbus lowing statement, given out last Park, loft last Sunday tor New County Judge, and from present in- invariably represented as favoring years. and to others. impress The Catholic child, brought up in watch charm, set with rubies and week: There is not much genuine feeling City, in response to an invitahe will havo a personal tho Allies. Now wo must that tho readors "It is disappointing to many York to be the celebrant of the sil dications Catholic schools, is placed In tho diamonds, at a surprise banquet organization of untold strength In on our Interested the fact peace and for enforced military service, as we tion given in his honor at tho Hotel thoughtful citizens that the immionly in Popo Is mnet favorable conditions ror lm have been led to believe was so genOne striking fact ver jubilee mass of Sister Sebastian, (he primary. great fundamental Henry Watleraon by officers and gration bill has passed both houses of the Sisters of St. Josepu. Tfle stands out dn regard to Mr. Mix's that all reports of his favoring any eral among the Irish loyalists. The bltrfcne these principles of education and for heads of departments of tho concern of Congress. By this "measure illit- celebration was held yesterday and candidacy and that ds in no matter ono sot of bolllgoronts aro false. Tho demand is only on the surface. grasping also tho true moaning of with which ho is connected. The erates will in tho future, be ex- was an event of much Interest in what group of Democrats politics London liars have a purposo in thus Their skins aro safe and secretly Into this Catholic Teliglous circles. Slater man, human life, all nature and all banquet was in celebration of his cluded from entrance politicians are discussed you misrepresenting the august head of they aro praying that Ireland conschool birthday anniversary and his long country. It ds to be hoped that Sebastian is a native of Owensboro. and find them unanimous in words tho church. For ono thing it will tinue in being exempted. They are Tho Catholic history. will actually reproduces, for .tho brief service with tho Kentucky Company. Mr. Wilson will act with tho same In help to glvo tho Irish all over tho all at work in shops and shipyards of praise' for his personality world a bettor opinion of England and they prefer tho plan of starving span of childhood, an ideal world, A happy presentation speech was good judgment as ho has done on a MACKIN OOUNCTL. private and public life.' In which human thought and human made by Austin J. Lynch, who former llko occasion, and veto tho Squire Bon Schulman has an- and her allies. For another, it will the Nationalists from employment, help to reconcile tho populations of thus forcing the unfortunates into Each guest bill. Similar blllB havo been vetoed life move along the lines of the acted as toastmaster. Tho meeting of Mackin Council nounced his candidacy for divine will, in which tho spirit of was presented with a souvenir, and by preceding Presidents, who havo brought out a good attendance Monas Magistrate of the Sixth Franco and of Italy herself with tho army. Equality of sacrifice is Christ's gospel is daily commended it was decided to hold an anaual been cognizant of the harmful ef- day night, when important matters Magisterial district, and on his rec- their reawakened faith to their the term used and tho Tory munigovernments. and exemplified, in which the company banquet la the future. fect this test of literacy would have were discussed and the desks ord in offico it is believed he will tion worker, well paid, consoles and himself by the thought that he Is charms of Christian virtuewrong-doin- tho The speakers of the evening were upon desirable immigration. Illit- cleared of all business. Announce have no opposition in Democratic J. Tyler Richards, T. B. Newman, eracy should not be confounded ment was made that the Tetreat for circles for the nomination, ST. AUGUSTINE'S EUCHRE. working for, his country at home evil consequences of all squire are Inculcated with precision T. E. Darlington and W. B. O'Neil, with ignorance. There is an old the voune men of the city would be Schulman has served as Magistrate and, if tho Nationalist or the Sinn There will be a euchre and lotto Feiner con not find work, as he and authority, and wherein the child recently appointed Assistant General axiom which reads that 'intellec- held at St. Anthony's church, end- ror the past four years, and despite tual attainments are not the test ing on Passion Sunday, but . the the criticism showered on the Fiscal for the benefit of St, Augustine's not leave tho island, he will meets at all times a. moral unity of Manager of the company. of virtue.' Many of the most dan name of the clergyman who will Court in the past he was given ex- church next Thursday afternoon finally drift into the maw of 'the doctrine and discipline. gerous members of the community conduct It was not made known. A ceptional praiso by the press .and and evening MEMENTO TO BISHOP. in St. Augustine's military servico act. Perhaps under perfect conditions such a are men of keen and trained intel movement was started Tot Mackin public alike for his stand against Hall, 1308 West Broadway, and in would the home training,suffice for modem but the oairahlB The Union of the Holy Name So- lect, but of depraved morale. Tho to give a big minstrel show some the loose methods of that body. Im addition there will be an elegant ATnLETIO CLUB ELECTION. rehome at least is notoriously so help- cieties of the diocese of Providence normal sturdy illiterate bae a de- time after Lent. mediately following his election in lunch served and other refreshtraining of has presented a check for $1,500 to ceptive mind, capable of early Tho annual election of a Board of less for the religious 1913 Squire Schulman began his ments. Had the United States children, is itself so .often the mir- Right Rev. Bishop Harkins for the velopment. Directors and officers of the ColumFORTY HOURS. courageous fight for tho taxpayers, NOW COL. YOUNG. ror ad echo of all the moral evils establishment of a scholarship at refused mich illiterates from the bia Athletic Club will be held at not only of his district but of the The "Holy beginning of our Government our the club houso Monday night, Febof owr social life, that it can no La Salle Academy. The Forty Hours' Devotion in entire county, and his nomination longer be safely trusted as the nor- Name Scholarship" is a memorial country would have lost the benefit St. Martin's church will begin to- will be but a just tribute of his It i now Col. LoulB H. Young, ruary 12, This has been a j ""oeper-oof the to the late Bishop Doran, the first of their virtue, thrift, industry and morrow morning with procession past course. year for the Columbians, who this popular member of McGrath mal gwide and protector minds and hearts of the young. The Supreme Spiritual Director of the enterprising spirit. And the de- and high mass, coming to a solemn Mayor Buschemeyer will an- & Company's office force having havo met all obligations and rescendants of euch forbears are an close Tuesday evening. ThiB will nounce his appointment to the office just been appointed a Colonel on duced the Indebtedness on their fine Catholic school furnishes the Chris- Union. It will be awarded In examination, and will be aonor to their fathers, and a credit be a time of grace for the people of of JJaHWf of the PoMce Court, suc- Gov. Stanley's staff, and he Is now property to an insignificant sum. tian atmosphere, lacking or weak in opea to evary worthy Catholic boy and an aeeet to our country, for the parish, who will approach the ceeding the late Ed O'Connor, and considering the application of Jack and which will be paid off this year. many homes, and in that holy grow normally aH good of the,,' dioeeee, regardless of they have been rapidly incorporated Moramaatg large numere, as la every iaetanoe, of this kind McGrath (Charles Chaplain), who Officers will be installed the in Monday, when luncheon and impulses and tendatteies, all eftfoteot whisker he be graduate of a and identified wRh the aattve Prieeta from other ohurehas will a Ida w&nuka fJ tnanv rfl flvlne ablt treats to be an aide to 'the newly " motions of wwt pvotokl or public aofcool. by the aasfcnllatiae pro population I refreshments will be served. ton the wings of polHieal rumor, I appointed Ooloaei. drhia graee, all Ut at all the services. tral Verein has just issued a review The Central Bureau of the Cen- As had been predicted, President Wilson on "Monday vetoed tho immigration bill passed recently by' Congress, because of its literacy test provision. It was the second timo HF ?4j)gm ht - tho--literac-y twenty-th- ed k, tained the important news that Gen. Percy Haly and Senator Beckham were in conference at Washington and previous to that conference the Senator had been on a tour of Ohio advocating prohibition and urging the voters, of that State to kill the sale of liquor when 4 hat question comes up for a vote this year. - It was rumored that the conference was to further plan for the spread of prohibition in Ohio, and many who know wonder why these 'two worthy prohibition supporters do not begin their reform move in Frankfort. A prominent Democrat of the capital in discussing this with a representative American of tho Kentucky Irish said: "At the lato election in Frankfort for the selection of Democratic preof cinct committeemen twenty-fiv- e the thirty licensed liquor dealers of Frankfort supported the choices, and this despite the candifact that the dates would bo expected to declare for prohibition in the Democratic councils." To an outsider this seeins queer that the two most pronounced Statewide prohibitionists in tho Stato should bo lined up with the liquor men of their own community for control of tho Democratic party, and one wonders If either sldo can not bo charged with xhypocrJsy. In supporting prohibition candidates tho liquor men can not bo sincere and In working hand In glove with tho liquor men the sincerity of Haly and Beckham is opon to question. The statement was made in these columns last week that Commissioner Beri'Brumlove"- - ah'd County Judgo Sam Greene were behind a movement to bring out what would bo known as an slato in tho primary to capture the Democratic nominations. Mr. Brumlevo telephoned tho writer that as far as ho was concerned this statement was absolutely truo and that he and his friends would announce tho names of tho opposition candidates in a few days, but that Judgo Greene had no part in tho movement, and Mr. Brumlevo stated that ho believed that Judgo Greene was on administration choice, and to substantiate this there was no Invitation extended to the Judgo to participate in tho conferences held organizaby tho tion. Mr. Brumlevo further said that ho would be a candidate for one of the prominent offices on this Haly-Beckham Haly-Beckham Haly-Beckha- m ex-Pa- rk highly cstoemed citizens, was the victim of a vicious assault just before midnight Monday. When tho assault occurred Judgo O'Dohorty was walking to his homo in tho Plaza after attending a meeting at tho Knights of Columbus Hall. Several friends left tho hall at tho Bame tlmo and accompanied tho Judgo part of tho way, but all had turned Into sldo streets beforo St. James Court was reached. As tho Judge passed to tho opposite sldo of tho street from Central IPark, two young men wearing black hats pulled down over their faces sprang from tho darkness and attacked him from tho rear. Ono of tho men grabbed tho Judgo around tho neck. Desplto his sixty years Judgo O'Doherty knocked tho man to tho ground by a blow in tho neck. Beforo the man on tho ground could gain bis feet tho other man struck tho Judgo with a bowlder ho picked from tho gutter, and then both ran, having realized tho pugnacity and Irish spirit of their victim. a he Injured Judge managed to mako his way to his front door, whoro ho was mot by Mrs. O'Dohorty, who A squad of notified tho police. police from the Sixth district station hunted tho neighborhood for Judge tho mon without success. O'Dohorty was able to give tho pollco only a meager description of tho men, only that both appeared to bo young. Tho motive of the men is thought by tho Judgo and the police to have been to assault and not robbery. Scnntc. Fears of Losing the War Have Seized the Minds of the Loyalists. PREMIERS rJO V. ASSEMBLE SOON n News new-Wa- r fifl 'i Car-ran- za JtvJsL.fitupld.-noth.JTmeiL.-h- ava de-fen- so ex-Sta- te n. 1 g r-- .n us com-petltl- ve fol-lowi- ag -- jKBisrarcroKY jresisb AivnsifciOAJx. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. 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Tho press demands hasty action and precipitate entrance into the European struggle, but tho real and conservative American still prays that for this country peace may pre vail. Taking this view, the New York American says "it is a time to walk warily, to decide coolly, to be very sure of each step and very And confident of each decision. certainly wo must assure the President that whatever tho issue may be, the nation is loyally behind him. We ere profoundly hopeful that our-- ' own peace can be maintained aaid that Mr. Wilosn will find a to do so with honor. But If It is to bo his lot to find no other way to walk In honor except with tho sword in hand, which God forbid! then we will walk loyally in that way with him." The San Francisco Chronicle also would avoid hasty and action and gives .this advice: "Looked at in a practical way, and It should be remembered that none of tho belligerents has respected the provisions of International law, Germany Is simply cutting loose from all restraints and proceeding on the principle that all Is fair dn warfare, and that is best which makes for victory. It is a desperate move, but America can and should do nothing until sho is specifically injured." The European war is not our war, and therefore wo hope that this ' country may not in any way become Involved, as the loss and damage Our prayers would bo irreparable. are for peace and honor. Biiper-crlsis pro-Briti- sh into their wine cellars, and may no longer quaff tho good old madeira at their banquets, we may expect to see them rush to the ballot box for relief 'from the imposed tyranny. Announces His Candidacy For Like everything else, "too much" Is bad for the system, so "too much" prohibition ds bad for tho cause. As tho Boston Hibernian intimates, the n SIXTH MAGISTERIAL law may therefore, tike many a pampered child, prove Subject to the Action of the Democratic a disappointment to its parents. Webb-Kenyo- Indeed these early arrivals of Silk Fabrics reveal to a nicety every inclina tion of the mode interpreted to meet the desires of this store's patrons. For Re-electi- SILK VOILE VERONIQUE $2.00 A YARD A newly developed sheer silk fabric with exquisite chiffon finish. This weave comes in a splendid assortment of shades, including "Shadow Lawn" green, the new fashion color sensation; tho 42-inc- SANS GENE WASH CREPE $2.00 A YARD Entirely new are these much favored Washable Crepe Shirting Silks. The wonderful color combinations in endless array add much interest to the selection, and these colorings guaranteed; h wide. 34-inc- ..MAGISTRATE.. DISTRICT Party. COMING EVENTS. Pre-Lcnten h wide. WOULD TRY AGAIN. summer and fall styles for Besten & Langen Company. Tho elevation of Alderman O'Neill February 5 and 6 to tho Mayoralty of Dublin sliows euchro and lotto at St. Paul's that tho citizens of tho metropolis church, South Jackson street, afternoon and evening. ore still as patriotically inclined as they were during Easter week; that In fact they would try again if they got a chance. Alderman O'Neill was ono of those arrested because of his sympathy with tho insurrec tion, and ho is still unrepentant. The now Lord Mayor, however, has no delusions about the Irish causo. He declares himself ready to put his shoulder to tho wheel in any and every movement that will help Ire land, and adds slgnlflo.ntly that only those who come as tho friends of an autonomous Ireland can expect a welcome at the Mansion House during his term of offlco. This is tho proper spirit, so we wish him "good luck." ENEMY OP PESSIMISM. Miss Anna May Score, who was operated on for appendicitis at St, Anthony's Hospital, has returned home and Is Improving rapidly. PRAISES GOV. STANLEY. The following praise was given Gov. Stanley in last week's issue of America, recognized as ono of this county's foremost Catholic publications: "Tho Governor of Kentucky has done himself proud and given a sadly needed lesson to a lawless age. His words are as a breeze from tho sea, and may well be taken to heart by rulers and people .like. All need tho spirit of Kentucky's Governor, but all will not acquire it, for he evidently believes that law is of God, and hence not a trifling thing to be flouted at will. But how few Americans believe evon in God. There Is the chief difficulty." BIRDS OP FEATHER. -- C low. The Menace in its latest issue contains a pitiful wall for holp for the Light, a Tecent journalism, In but which seems to be mooting tho fate that ds surely coming to tho Men ace extinction. Tho Monaco says tho Light oditor was removed from the staff of the Masonic official or gan hero because of his attacks on Catholics and begs that somo of its dupe followers, will send a dollar hero to save the Light from sinking. By tho way, no longer does tho Menace brag of its circulation and has stopped publishing tho exact figures, a confession that tho crop of dupes and suckers is running new-com- er anti-Catholic The Catholic school Is over the source of an elevated concept of life, and in this way tends to ennoble and gladden tho heart and and concreate sturdy, tented citizens. Pessimism and its admitted evils, benumbing agnosticism and weak, purblind rationalism aro not freo to sow their evil seeds In the young mind and heart unchecked. The child is brought from the budding of reason to see God, the source and model of all power and wisdom, all goodness and holiness. Natural instinct and his small experience prepare him to understand man's relations to the Supremo Being as the acmo and perfection of all that is good and desirable. A very definite concept of the universo, of nature, history and life Is thus formed in tho youthful mind. Grown to maturity, the docile pupil takes his place in the mighty scheme of life, conscious of the common end of nature and of man, of tho nature and roots of duty and tight, of tho true sources of evil and imperfection, private and public, and of an overshadowing wisdom on high whose purveiw nothing escapes, and of an unfathomable love whoso attraction Is well nigh irresistible. self-reliant February 8 Euchro and lotto for Mrs. Daily Tipps, who has been benefit of St, Augustino's church, visiting her mother, Mrs. Patrick afternoon and evening. reFebruary 8 Young Ladles' So- Flaherty, in Jejfersonville, has turned to her homo in Indianapolis. dality ouchre and lotto at St. Mary's Hall, 428 South Eighth street, afMagistrate Frank ikehor, Frank ternoon and evening. Walter and Mart Goss were among 3 February and those from thiacity enjoying a vaEuchre lotto, Young Ladies' Sodality of cation at West Baden Springs tho St. John's church, in school faall. past week. February 12 Lincoln day social Misses Margaret Shea, of tho East for St. Ann's church, at St. Ann's End, and Elizabeth Meyers, of East Hall, afternoon and night. Chestnut street, left this week to February IB Lotto of St: Aloy- - spend the remaining winter months slus church (Powee Valley) in In Florida. and Gambrinus Hall, afternoon night. Miss Birdie Fischer, daughter of February 19 Euchro and lotto, kir. and Mrs. Harry T. Fischer, is C. K. of A. Social Club, in St. Mar recovering rapidly from her recent tin's Hall, evening only. operation at Sts. Mary and Eliza enter- beth Hospital. February 19 tainment by young people of Holy Mr. and Mrs. John McAteer will Cross parish. for under leave today son, Comfort, Texas, to March 18 Entertainment Vincent McAteer, auspices of Division 3, A. O. H., in vlBlt 'their formerly of this city but now an St. Patrick's school hall. influential resident of tho Lone Star March 18 Entertainment under auspices of Division 4, A. O. H In State. Bortrand Hall. Edmund F. Chester, son of Mr. April 14 Annual bridge party of and Mrs. John F. Chester, is visit Junior Circle of tho Queen's Daugh- ing in New Orleans, remaining there ters. until after the Mardl Gras, then go ing to Deming, N. M., wncre ne is 12-1Pre-Lent- NEW PRINTED RADIUM SILK $3 00 A YARD Dainty Dresden and floral designs and colorings are to be seen in these new Printed Radiums, while (the more striking sport and Paisley effects are equally as prominent; 40 inches wide. $l3""Kfr?-H4HSfrfr NEW SILKS WITH SPORT STRIPES $2.00 AND UPWARD In accord with the dictates of fashion S we have assembled an extensive line of the more distinguished striped ideas in sport silks. The weaves and colorings fairly reflect the fascinating charm of the great lite and activities. out-or-door LORAINE MIX WE WANT YOUR WORK We're Prepared to Do It Promptly s Style. and in First-Clas- PRINTING t 'tilaRaaBHaVBLB 3!!aaaHat'!HP FOR CKK8,WXaflKxe3C93gaCK83&X8a0g employed. of Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty. HOME PHONE t I Fla. SOCIETY. w3sae&e8ess3sss3s&8ssssa Miss Mary Branigan will spend the rest of February at Palm Beach, Jeffersonvllle, and William Bracher. of Detroit, was solemnized Tuesday at St. Augustine's church, Rev. Father Halpin performing tho ceremony. The marriage of Miss Anna Goss, 94S. COUNTY JUDGE of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Geary, Frankfort, came down Friday to Miss Josle Maher enjoyed a pleas- be here over Sunday, and were ant visit last week with Miss Foley, joined by their daughter, Miss Le Pewee Valley. Grande Geary, who is attending school at Nazareth. Walsh was a Miss Margaret week-en- d guest of Mrs. W. C. Sand- Miss Lorlne Kolb will bo tho era at Eastwood. charming hostess to a large "500" party today at the 'home of lier J. X. Kessack, of Clifton, is homo parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kolb, from an extended business trip 500 East Broadway. About fifty through tho South. guests will be present. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Thompson Wathen Mr. and Mrs. George have gone to Florida, where they havo announced the marriage of will remain till April. their daughter. Miss Pearl Wathen, to John T. Campbell. The wedding Miss Winnie Spellman has been was a quiet one and was solemnized visiting at Corydon, Ind., tho guest at St Cecilia's church, Rev. Father Cranoy performing the ceremony. of Mrs. Patrick Griffin. Announcing as a candidate for QRKBN BTRBBT. SIB County Judge, subject to tho action of the Democratic party, I desire to state that I have practiced law 0 nearly twenty years, havo occupied the positions of Assistant Attorney General, assistant to tho City AtCorai, Bunions and CmIIobbcb Removed Withoat Faiak torney, and Assistant CommonIngrown and Abnormal Treated. f ' Jfe wealth's Attorney. I was born in My Louisville forty years ago. father, William Mix, and mother wero born in Jefferson county, and my grandparents came to this counINSTRUMENTS STERILIZED try about 100 yeara ago. In my official positions I havo tried to be 500.7 Starka Baildiag: Both Phoaca 1120 courteous and faithful, and I now support of tho public in ask the Uom., City UlOl Cuuib. South DOO-this, my first race for office. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN WBT f Dr, Uriah L Litsey, Chiropodist t4KJm rJS Y OLDEST PRIEST PASSES. YOUR PARISH DUTY. The members of a parish should take on active interest in its affairs. They should have seats in tho pews and pay the rent when duo. Thoy should attend high mass on Sundays when they can. They should join some Catholic society. They should be the friends of the pastor and support him In his work for their wolfare. If a majority of United States Senators had opposed tho elimination of the saloon from Washington local optlonlsts would have insisted that tho matter bo left with the people. But when the Senate Is favorable the people aro not taken into people consideration. Prohibition are notoriously inconsistent, out never more so than in their treatment of the people of the nation's capital. at her home on East Spring street, New Albany. has Miss May Adams Lincoln Quito an Interest is being manibeen spending the week at Paris, fested in the approaching nuptials visiting Miss Elizabeth Brown. of Miss Rcgina Thoben and Louis Nejhaus, both (having a largo numMiss Mary Roso Kolly, of South ber of friends. The marriage will Sixth street, Is again able to bo out take place at St. Bonifaco church on Wednesday morning, February after an Illness of two weeks. 14. McKenna, of Lee Miss Mary past week, Fairfield, was 'here the Misses Margaret and Mary Gorthe guest of Miss Abbio Wiggington. man chaperoned the following to Wednesday night: see "Chln-Chlne. Mrs. James C. Welsh and Miss Mibses Marguerite Evans, Mary Sue Welsh have been visiting Mr. Loula Hamlng, Theo. Ham-In- g, and Mrs. Albert Marcell at Park Tese McDermott, Nora McDer-mot- t, view. Elizabeth Diehl, Noll Gordon, May Brennan, Loralno Kaminisch, Mrs. John A. Cody was hostess to Anne Bauerlo, Nell Baurle, Ellen tho Sarto Club Wednesday evening P'Connell. "r Mc-Guir- JAIL THEM. most entirely recovered from her recent Illness. Miss Nell Keaney's friends will be glad to learn that she has al- For "insolent disregard of tho rights of others no ono approaches tho driver of the high power car excepting tho other drivers of high power cars. Tho jail is the who place for tho automoblltetfl make travel unsafe for the mass of people, and not one sentenced should receive pardon. On not ono street in Louisville is attention paid tho traffic ordinances, especially that requiring machines to keep to the right Bide. HOOMEUANG. returned Miss Helen Mapother Monday from Frankfort, where she attended a party given by Miss Anita Thomas. decision of the Supreme n act is Court that the g coaetltutlonal will provo a to the Prohibitionists. Heretofore express companies did a " thriving business carrying Into States liquors. Thoy woro apparently protected under interstate laws. Now that they can not transport liquor into prohibition States they may spend money to defeat prohibition, as they spent money heretofore to defeat license. of Stopping the transportation liquor jnernna a financial loee to them. our millionaire Ukewiee "when friends la .prohibition State can no r bare weir uo.uor mppea Tho Webb-Kenyoboom-eraapro-hlbitl- oa Miss Hermina Frey has returned she was from Tell City, where called by the death of her mother, Our returning soldiers are almost Mrs. Joseph Frey. a unit In declaring that there Is litMrs. Ernest Guthrie and son entle hope for peace In Mexico. Car-ranlast week can not pacify tho country, joyed a pleasant visit and Mrs. C. A. Riley at his government being nothing better with Mr, Junction. Lebanon than an oppression. There is no denying that he is odious to 90 per Miss Elizabeth Cans, of Balticent, of tho people of Mexico. Why more, is visiting Jierc.the guest of Malone at her home he should contlnuo to bo upheld Miss Catherine in the Highlands. " by tho Washington administration Is puzzling. Mrs. J. S. Hagan and little daughter Louise, who were guests of Mrs. Gov. Stanley, complying with tho Joseph Price, have returned to their public demand, will call the Ken- home at New Haven. tucky Legislature together not later Miss Catherine Cotter, of Shelby-vlll- o, than March 1, when the taxation has been spending the week system will undergo revision. Until hero with Mrs. A. M. Scoggan, 325 avenue. the present laws are ohanged the East Wampum State deficits can not be abolished Friends are congratulating Willa condition that greatly retards iam J. Chawk on the arrival of another little Democrat at his home Kentucky's prorgess. on South Floyd street. za Those who cry loudest fpr war never enlist. Men who would plunge Uncle Sara Into the European mael strom will t not fight for,, film. Look them over and you will verify this assertion. and Blliabth'e- - Hospital. MIm Lillian Barrett, daughter of Mrs. Mary T, Barrett, la ill with an attack of peritonitis at St. Mary M!m Charlotte Walah spent last week In New York CKy, seleeWng Monday evening at the school hall at Thirteenth and Market tho ladles of St. Patrick's parish will entertain taelr friends at lotto and ouchre. There will bo numerous desirable awards and a special lucky S 1.3 Lba. tally prize for tho unlucky. All Special rebate ticket good for ALUMNI REUNION. friends of the ladles and tho churoh 10c in trade with 2 12 lbs. of Hostesses for will be welcome. New Blend. Invitations aro being issued by tho evening will bo Mesdames Ella the St. Xavler Alumni Association Maddox, Mary Kean, Kate Miller JOHN M. MUIXOY, for the annual reunion and banquet, and Misses Mary Healy and Nellie MARGARET FORD. S12 West Market. set for Tuesday evening, February Golden. Oyster 13, at the A PUBLIC NUISANCE. can now bo made to an offended House, Fifth and Jefferson. It is predicted this reunion of St. public decency Is to force tho un with tno. Xavler's graduates will surpass any fortunate creature to permanently since the alumni was founded, itev. trust that lc will bo possible for a disappear from tho haunts of men. New York court to find somo good Father Francis Cassllly, S. J., class reason for' putting Harry Thaw put of '74, now of Crelghton university, ASSIST NATIONAL SHRINK. will be the honor guest, and his of the public mind. His presence Mill, only a menace r toast? with that or Rev. Brother In America is not In the last Issue of the Salve Wrir"Wi"WllH "ifl will be tho Intellectual treats but, what Is worse, it Is a nuisance. Regina, published in the interest of James tho of the evening. The doings of the Ever slnco filthypublic was nauseated the National Shrine of the Immacetory of the deStunts Committee will also con- with tho be erected at merriment to tho oc- bauchery of his life tho stench of ulate Conception tonote is made of tribute much moral turpitude has been offensive WashlnEton. D. C. casion. As the an encouraging letter ana coninuu-tio- n to the public nostrils. from Kentucky. When it is of an atrocious boasted avenger FEBRUARY INTENTION. wrong he was shown to be utterly known that over seventy masses aro dally said on tho wounds of "Tho Church in the Present shorn of every right emotion of the Catholic University tho necessity the for Crisis" is the general intention- - of heart. When ho was committed to the National Shrlno will be greatly decent public hoped the Sacred Heart League for the the asylum the permanently retired anDreclated. Names df benefactors Commenting that he was month of February. Hie unnatural and contributors will bo kept for upon the intention, Father Devlne, from public gaze. ever in the slirine and they will S. ,J., says: "Tho efforts of the cunning and the money spent tn his share in its spiritual benefits. All kept his notoriety Bufferings behalf have Holy Father to soften the ad- La donations success in alive. The chain of crime ana dreeaed to or gifts should MoKeilaa, of, prisoners and his Rev. Bernard a. having many of thm exchanged soaadal connected with thU degen I Catholic University, Waahlngtoii, Iqlfh 21MI mbYtCM Ci i soothing effect erate again threaten Jjo lengthen. a have produced a 'aSMIV C, WF upon the public mind; la hit oaae the only reparation that D. ceived this week announcements of the marriage of Miss Caroline Grace McCloskey, formerly of this city, and McCager Watkins at Norfolk, W. Va. The bride is tho daughter of Mrs. John Wilson, of Louisville, and niece of Deputy Jailer Thomas the Bennett After tho ceromony nappy couple loft for an Eastern honeymoon trip, and later will visit Louisville, whero ,Mrs. Watkins has a wide circle of friends. Friends and relatives here re- The Itev. John H. Greene, the oldest priest in the South, died Tuesday at Baltimore at the age of nlnety-slHe was a native of Ireland and after working on the Dublin Nation came to this country and began as a reporter on the Cm Later he was cinuati Enquirer. city editor of that newspaper. When the civil war began he enlisted with the Tenth Ohio Infantry and served as war correspondent for the En qulrer. After tho war he became editor of the Catholic Telegraph and about the same time was ad mitted to the practice of law in Cincinnati. Father Greene was ordained by Wif friend, the late Car dinal Vaughan, of England, as a priost in 1875 in London and became a member of the Josophite order. He labored among the negro congregations in Baltimore until two years aeo. when his sight failed. Ho had written extensively and his poetry enjoys much reputation. x. DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. INCOnPOItATED. Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Office Coal. and Yards MEMORIAM. Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue maBBHaam Michael Joseph Caliill, who died Wednesday, February 2, 1010. aL ST. PATRICK'S. watched his breathing through the night And prayed he must not go, As in his breast tho wave of life kept heaving to and tiro, Out when the morn came dim and sad our tears camo then in showers. His death came so suddenly bo to those he couldn't say good-by- e loved so dear. We know your home ds heaven "from the bright smile on younface. Death alone only could causo a cloud so dark for me; That vacant chair, the lonely home, . is all that I can see. A ray of hope is left to me, which is sure for .everyone When I am called to meet you and those who went before when my life's work is done. Your loving sister, Wo Just one year ago today wo laid to rest in his silent tomb my dear and only brother, who was loved by all ho over knew. aV MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpen slvo coffee, TRY OU- R- NE W BLEND 65c Inter-Southe- rn aeSHMHMHHHni GERMAN BANK I lAI " J If J Sff IWfe-- ! jKJSwarajosrsr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. tTfeeaaaaJBaaaaaB irish ajs&j&jezxgajn: lrcttjBjMHRFJESK&& JOHN "LALLY BACK. Everybody around the Court House was glad to welcomo back on Wednesday John F". Lally, tho efficient and popular Deputy Circuit Clerk in Judge Field's division of the court, after an .ilisonrn nf six weeks on account of Illness. His illness resulted from an injury to hi8 leg several yeaTS ago whilo playing baseball. GRAND BENEFIT SOCIAL. mseAtaf ' ISflBV; bbHbIbbK IDINNER INCOMPLETE f ttfcteeeaB XSssbIbbbbbH WITHOUT aE&fcta(aalBfB(BfBBfBfBfBfS BUY HE&R A FSOFZ.ES FB0TZDS1TT Incorporated. well-know- ABS0CZATZ0H PBellFBPfe'' SBiaaal Sewing Machine For Christmas X was organized by .to make n cltlzena Sell the Beat. Sob Me. JOHN Phone M. C. 542 East JefferaoH St. 926-- DORSET, LOANS on furnlturo and other personal property at 20WE8T BATHS. Coleman BldgT.. 8. H. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones. 2886. iSfe'SaaHHaaWv EL IfelBsyL7. lelalL '"nleBBBBBBBH teaaaelBelH ee.akaH Homo Phone City 8582-- J CHIMNEY REPAIRINGTUCK KSTABLJSnED 1803 SiaaB POINTING AXD WM. H. SMART SS2CXW0BX 633 EAST Louis Home A. Broring, D. D. S. W, Market St F&AfiTEBXXO CHESTNUT ST. DENTIST FDhi 2SS6 430 eelaKriBnDBBH J&IhHHbIH laHaaA. bbIbsHLK "W Pvyf bABHbbH HbbHbbBbbbB j Next Monday and Tuesday, afternoon and eveuing, tho people of St. Paul's congregation will glvo a .social entertainment for tho benefit of tho church. Games will begin at 2:30 and 8:30, for which many beautiful awards have been secured. There will bo amusements for old and young, and tho "Parcel Post Booth" will bo a Preparations have live attraction. also been mado for an inviting supper. pro-Lent- en F. F. X. L. BEER NONE PURER NONE BETTER eBwatisx! fALr""! f I Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. liBWBWBWBWBWBWBWBWBWBpeBVBW AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVILLE BY MTKLICH ENGRAVERS ENGRAVING COMFAN" ARTISTS. ENORAVER8 ELBCTROTYPER8 LouisviUe, Ky MS W. Mala St., Home Phone City 687 IHeaHHeielitHeaHelealeDHHBw HiiiiTTmiirtViiiftBwTT BBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBBBBfel'W' ei ... VISITS PARENTS. l 'fcljeiPwiM'aisirtM in BYB1B1B1B1B1B1B1B1B1B1B1B1BHBBaSW Frank J. Martin, who is finishing J his studies if or the priesthood at AMERICAN ELEVATOR & Baltimore, was homo on a vlsit A. BONAR LAW. this past week to his parents, Mr. MACHINE CO. and Mrs. A. F. Martin,' of East THEIR POWER GREAT. Chestnut street. His next visit viv mn ntftxinHno- wMihkiw! incro win Do in June. "WHICH will be JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. "SOUTHERN STAR" attention just now are Roprcsenta- - Immediately following his ordlna- Headquarters for tiVo Schall, of Minnesota, Progres- tlon. SLICED BACON Representative Martin, of CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. sive; TUPILS TO PRESENT OPERA. "AS Ready for Your Griddle 1b the Louisiana, who used to be a DemoSee us about anything In real crat, but was elected on a Pro Morning" estate. We soil, buy and rent.ticket! Rep- fulTho presentation of the delightHAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE resentative Randall, of California, Hair and musical operetta. "Golden 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. and the Three Bears,'' by the the only Prohibitionist in Congress;' (Incorporated.) Home Phono City 4464. T.nn,lnn Nnw AUV"B ui 01. UIIS1UH JSUUUUl ai lira nf rork, tho Socialist, and Representa- - ALe,a' Residence Phone, Pewee Valley wiU SEE POOLEY H Fuller, of Massachusetts, ?e"H0' City 3180. Phone. cr2SL JZ?1 m Independent. Neither Democrats ,f CONFIDENTIAL XR MONEY aor Republicans will have a Jhir.e liavobo.lY5 REUABliE JOS. DALY been ohlld? House, carefully lnrehearsed by the ini,.fc 218 votes, in the Slstors P. R. POOLEY ,, enough to elect a Speaker, hence ,omise a? .entea,nm?,t Vi.. CONTRACTING PAINTER SJ Building Room 1, l .,?,: . commanding all will appreciate. ;":!: will 415 Fourth Street 420 "West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. rOT0 0D0 o tho tractive futures. organization of the next House and tho fate of many proposed Home Phone Shawnee SOS CARD PARTY. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH 00. changes in tho conduct of its busi HENRY GOSS ness, INCORPORATED Another of tho series of successBPOUTUTO BOOriBO, QXTTTSBXVO, Distillers Of ful euchTe and lotto parties, given IRELAND'S RAILWAYS. by tho peoplo, of the parish, will Tla Bo'- - XUpalrcd' ana PalateA OLD FORTUNA SOUR MABH at "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY Word has been received that bo held Monday night andSt. Charles h Hall, Chestnut LomlsrUIe, Ky 9811 West Broadway, Xoalarllle, Xy. B28 W. Mala St. aDd a larS at ganize the Irish railway system and attenddnce Is expected. ARTISTIC PRINTING assist in establishing Industries WINCHESTER. Tho Great American along the lines if home rule is FIRST CLASS WORK agreed to and a Parliament grantThe Holy Name Society of St. Give This Office Your Next Order ed. At present tho Irish railways TAYLOR & WILLIAMS have been taken over by the Gov- - Joseph's church at Winchester held 317 W. GREEN ST. INCORPORATED. a.nua,1 meeting Sunday, when ernraent as a result of disaffection following officers wore LOUISVILLE, KY. Telephone City 946 among the railway employes j0 tho B. George, President; J. elected: II. Tay Sinn Fein supporter is tolerated us C. lor, Vice President; M. A. Donovan, an employe. Ii Treasurer, and J. A. McCourt, SecI0a i iHIHHM H'"M"t"H"M "1"M ! retary. Tho membership is steadily HIGHER PRICES. Increasing and the society has al!! The five and ten cent stores have ready accomplished much good. been 'hit by the high cost of living, VISITED BISHOP. the Kresge stores to change from Ave and ten cent stores to five, 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, The Very Rev. T. L. Crowley, O. ten and fifteen cent stores after March 1,. Tho Woolworth chain of P., Prior of St. Louis Bortrand's, last these scores number 920 and are was a visitor In Covington i: scattered throughout the country; week and whllo there had a pleas the McCrory people have 139 stores ant audience with Right Rev. '' and tho Kresge Company have 162. Bishop Brossart. In round numbers the Woolworth HOLY CROSS. Stores did $87,000,000 worth of ; ; Cumb. Mala 2098-- a Home City 2998 business ln 1916; the Kresge stores The young folks of Holy Cross $26,000,000 and tho McCrory stores ! 't t i parish, both girls and boys, are per $7,000,000. fecting elaborate preparations ifor a classy entertainment to bo given RANKING NAVY OFFICER. 5 , 5; . Monday, February 19, just beforo ro bUiiiiMUUi&flu aiAin tfYl.y auouruuflAOO Lent. Admiral William Shepherd a convert and fourth degree FRANKFORT. Knight of Columbus, is now the ranking officer of tho United States Henry F. Lutkemeier, forty-fiv- e navy, and he will be probably designated to succeed Admiral Dewey years old, one of the best known as President of tho General Board, men in Frankfort and Secretary of retaining also his duties as Chief tho Sower Hardware Company, died of Naval Operations. Admiral Ben- Tuesday night of pneumonia. Ho son was next in rank to tho hero had many friends in Louisville to whom tho news of his death was a of Manila Bay. gressive-Protectioni- IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE LORD NORTHCLIFFE. COURAGEOUS DOCUMENT. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. st o 21-- J. live-ele- ct 2 " """s'Li,?11 iT? fir., Courier-Journa- T-L.- Tt , According to Associated Press dispatches Pope Benedict characteriINCORPORATED zed President Wilson's speech as LOUISVILLE, KY, "tho most courageous document PHONE CITY 859. that has appeared since tho beginning of tho war." An Italian transA Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case mi lation of tho speech was given to tho Pope by Cardinal Gasparri, and the Pontiff read it with tho keenest interest, giving frequent signs of approval and punctuating passages which especially struck him with exclamations of "good," "very Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common good," "excellent." After concluding the reading tho Pope said: "It Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, contains many truths and revives principles of Christian civilisa- and if yon have tried the rest get the BEST. the PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. tion." WARNING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. FALL CITY BEER I l YELLOWSTONE mr.rcEMTrfl,rr.iqn8? I Twenty-sevcrit- WHISKEY Catholics throughout the country are warned In regard to the increasing number of men falsely representing themselves as students of Notre Dame and other universities and securing money under such representation. Their method is to solicit subscriptions to newspapers and magazines to defray expenses at college and when tho kindly disposed give them money neither the solicitor or subscription are ever heard from again. O'NEILL LORD MAYOR. Cumb. Phone West 191 THE Home Phone 1913 WIEDEMANN ntCORI -O RATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beera at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, xceHeerttoeM O.RUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES. 1 ', iiiiiiiiiimmmniiiiimim I Alderman Lawrence O'Neill, who has just become Lord Mayor of Dublin, was ono of the number arrested at the time of the late rebellion and some days. He kept any was iBwtKxreleased without charge having been mado against him. In an impassioned speech at his inauguration ho declared that as Lord Mayor ho would not receive any man or regiment which came to exploit the city politically, but would receive either King or peasant coming with a message of peace. SOCIETY DIRECTORY A. O. H. DIVISION 3. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT jinj4"for First and third Friday, Hibernian 1818-182- GIVES POPE BIBLE. i!J. f i Funeral I8iceeiaeeeieit)i el))tl)a)a)eja)e 1 jjRATTERMAN J Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. President Thomas Lynch. National forest administration last year was characterized by an inVice President John J. Barry. crease of more than $340,000 in Financial Secretary Thomas J. receipts. The receipts totaled over Langan, 807 West Oak. Recording Secretary Martin $2,800,000, and were for timber, (Formerly with Spencorian) grazing und water power rentals. Mr. McCarty is still doing that Treasurer John F. Burke. o work that Spencerian shock. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Dig- - solicitors have told you about for HOLD THE DUST. VWWVVWWVVVWVWVViVWVtVVVVV ONLY SUCCESSFUL MAN. nan. past sixteen years. APPEALS FOR HSSAIjH. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. When cleaning upholstered furni9 Day and Night Classes. religious man is the only The Phones: College Offlco, City 7885; The Catholic Church Extension ture place a damp cloth over the successful man. Nothing fails with piece before beating it. Tho dust Cumb. Main 458. Residence. City Y. H.I. Every shaft reaches tho Society, 750 McCorraack building, will adhore to him. cloth and not rise 4879; Cumb. West 129. mark, if the mark be God. He has Chicago, HI., would be very grate- in the room tothe on something settle Every hope ful if priests having extra missala else. wasted no energies. MACKIN COUNCIL, 203. cloth frequently has been fulfilled beyond his ex- on hand would send them to the during Rinse the the cleaning. Meets Monday evenings at Club society, at the above address, so pectation. Every effort has been AL. S. SMITH, PROP. House, 344 North Twenty-sixtdisproportionately rewarded. Every that they may supply the needs of BAKED ONION. President S. O. Hubbuch. means has turned out marvelously 130 missionary priests having requiFirst Vice President William The County Board of Tax Superto be an end because it had God sitions on file for missals. Owing unpecled in a A. Link. to the European war there is a Place tho onions visors will meet ln the office of the hi it, who is our. single end. water and grfcat scarcity of misals In this baking dish with a Uttlo Assessor, Second Vice President Raymond County Courthouse Father Faber. country, hence tho appeal to the bako until tender, then peel and E. Schott. (fourth floor), daUy between the priests of the United States. cut open. Served with butter, 'pepFinancial Secretary William G. hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 12 ABOUT THE WOMEN. BOTH PHONES 810' per and salt they aro delicious. o'clock noon, for the purpose of Bucket. Robert equalizing the assessment of real Recording Secretary WIUTE CROSS NURSE. The average height of tho French .MOTHS HATE PAPER. SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. $ woman is five feet one inch. The and personal property for 1917 Morris. taxes. two The White Cross Nurse, published Treasurer George J. Thornton. American woman is nearly Moths hate newspapers and will In the absenco of the board comMarshal Josoph Hohman, Inches taller, and the women of by tho American Academy of Chrisanything wrapped in r. plaints may1 be filed with tho secMorris inch taller tian Democracy and devoted to the rarely touch Inside Sentinel Great Britain Wrap winter clothes entirely retary of tho board between the than the latter. American women social, civic and charity ideals of them. newspapers before putting them hours of 8 oclock a. m. and 6 Outside Sentinel James Hill. are heavier, their average weight American womanhood, should prove ln a welcom6 addition to the Catholic away for tho summer and you may o'clock p. m. Heme Pkene SkawaM 484 being about 117 pounds. CaUibCrlaad, TV8t 11 Beginning feel reasonably certain that rooms Tho board will moot for thirty literature of tho day. days and adjourn February 3, 1917. without offering much that Ib valua- will not harm them. POTATO SOUP. ARTHUR E. MUELLER, ble to societies, the White Cross Traveling representative in InChairman. POTATO SCONES. Cook and mash (three medium Nurse proposes to serve and to codiana to solicit and collect for the P. J. WELSH. INCORPORATED. sized potatoes. In a quart of mtlkk operate. It is under the direction official Catholic organ of tho State. potatoes, ono Salary and commission. Apply Man JOS. E. PIAZZA. One pound cold eklm rn.Uk may be used, add a slice of Rev. Petor E. DIetz, to whom all Secretaries. tao.espooniuis ager, Tho Indiana Catnoilc and itcc-orof onion and a staiK or ceiery; communications should be addressed ounce butter, two pound' flour, one scald and remove tho vegetables, at Hot Springs, N. C. Subscription milk, 800 Wulsin Building, Indian-apollmembership is only saltspoonful salt. Boll and mash Dour over the mashed potatoo. In and Ind. a saucepan put two tablespoonfuls a dollar a year. tho potatoes, add tho milk and butof ibutter, if the milk la skimmed; 7 r&aui Im. ter, add salt add work in the flour. one if whole milk is used; add two CHURCH COLORS. urVtreBi. 3101 WEST BROADWAY Roll It out thin, cut ln rounds. Mir jonx fcoya aa etmeatloa. taal will Btttpaxa for Ufa. tablespoonfuls of flour, a teaspoon-fu- l The church colors are write, red, Bake on a hot, ffoured griddle. on each ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE salt, and when well blended green, purple and black. of Cook about three minutes add a little cold milk and pour White is the emblem of purity, side. 112 IT. aroaaway, toaunil, Xy. soup. Boll up and serve and Is consecrated to tho feasts of it into the BIRTIIDAY BANQUET. NORTON BUILDING Conducted by th Xaverlaa Brothwa. piping hot with toasted crackers. FLUFFY POTATOES. Our Lord, except those which comBuslaaaa and Classical, ScltaUflo memorate his sufferings. This color Tho eighteenth annual WashingDepartment, Lars N.W. Carrier Fourth and Jeffersti Courses, Preparatory WHY THEY MARRIED. 1b also that of tho feasts of Mary. After tho potatoes have been Swimming Pool, Well Equipped Qyauu. ton birthday banquet planned by Km Jam White Is worn on the solemnities mashed and the milk added add a lorn. Trm Mrw1the Y. M. I. councils of Indlanap- Funeral Directors A man sent out postcards to all Lady, the on the pinch Of baking powder and beat it Poor Inventors, Attention. oils nromlses to bo one of tho larg the married men of his town asking of Our of virgins. angels, and JUNIOR CIRCLE. with an egg beater. You will find feasts est and best over given In that city. them, "Why did you marry?" Here If you haven't mency enough to Embalmers. Red is tho figures of blood and th.it this will make them light and It will take placo on Sunday even- are soma of the replies: The Junior Circle of tho Queen's patent your invention, let va seof fire. The Church clothes herself fluffy. ing, February 18, when an attendDaughters will hold their annual cure a partner for you. AU That's what I've been trying for ln it for thosp feasts which have ance of at least 500 is expected. conftreated strictly eleven years to find out. X. bridge party on the Saturday after KEEP BnCE AWAY. connection with the passion of Our International Inventors' Easter, for which they are making identially. Married to get even with her Lord. At Pentecost tho church Telephone 1022. 4 McCague To keep mice away, place lumps extensive preparations. mother, but never have. W. wears red to figure forth tho mysHAPPENED IN UtELAND. It is "said Association, Suits Pleaso don't stir me up. rj. tery of tho tongues of lire on the of camphor ln the cellar or cup- the Juniors contemplate putting ln Bldg., Omaha, Neb. "As Ner to You as tbc Nearest Phone' Becauso It is just my luck. P. a gymnasium at St. Thomas OrA shrewd manager in ono of Ireheads of tho apostles. Red Is also board they Infest. Because I asked her If she'd have used on the feasts of tho martyrs. phan Asylum. stores was land's recently got TOOK FOR LARK. "downed" Green in tho liturgy, as in nature, Oar Special $3.00 Spray unexpected by a raw junior clerk of me. She said, she' would. Sho me. Q. provision. Is a symbol of hope; it is the em FOR WOMAN'S EYE. An Irishman, taking homo or INCORPORATED blem of good things to come, me Special $5.00 Wreath Tho clerk had completed a sale DIFFER AS TO CHANGE. to a lady who had purchased- - shoes, Much lace Is used to trim silk church uses It on the simple sun- - his Sunday dinner a largo goose, Clean Grocery Stores. On opening Value 21s. 2d. days and week days from Pentecost Btopped at an Inn to obtain a little underwear. her The largest value in Fuse-ra- l Putting down the purse she found sho had only 16s. Invalid Doctor, don't you think to Advent. From tho octavo or tno refreshment. Flowers ever o&rcd le "The Best For Less." Wax moire silk is used for mo 2d. to pay for them. "Never a change to a warmer climate would Epiphany to Septuageslma we find goose, ho was proceeding to satisfy toring suits. Loakvllle. ' inOrders for $1 or more delivered green in use among the altar orna- his thirst when a do me Rood? mind," she said, "I'll take the shoes Por prompt delivery call ?23 That's ments. Paris has forbidden evening drees to any part of the city. dividual, seizing the bird, made off Doctor Good gracious! and pay the 5s. balance tomorrow." both phones. Purple, the color of the mortifi- with it. Pat at once gave chase, at the opera. The clerk took her money and jut what I'm trying to save you . tm made up her parcel, and away she from. cation of the flesh by penitence, is and ere running far bad his man ST With spring win come tho Tho chemise robe may lose popuii went. reserved to the following periods; by the neck. styles. larity for the street yez take the bird "What did manNow advances the Advent, Lent, ember days, vlgils ALCOHOL FROM POTATOES. First Empire fashion for summer Beaded bags are as much used im ager, like a destroying angel. and rogations, and ttie procession for?" queried the Irishman. are looked for. predictions Indicated. "Sure," said the seedy one, "I "Why!" shouted he, "she may Mis Nearly 80 per cent, of Ger- of t. Mary, to teach us ttiat we, f nunit The white collar has taken wings, White long gloves aro the mode many's akobol is made from pota should then expiate our sensual took It for 'a lark." never come back!" WL H0WDK fMTJP ' says latest advices with evening dress. It is still auRa " "Oh, woa't fce!" tid the clerk. toes. From the potato wlltsky can lives by fasting and mortification. "Did yez?" returned Pat. fcOO teurthAiffnuf UiuiniifJ Black satin hats are leaders in permissible to have the hands tud ye'd make a bad judge at & Black is uM ln masses for the "Of course she'll come back. 8hur also be made. More trouble for arms uncovered. the new showings. , bird show then." dead and on Wood Friday. BrohlbUloaiBtff. 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere." Pre given her two right." . J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. Bon-so- n, Emperor William's Christmas gift to Popo Benedict was a Bible, magnificently illuminated and bound at tho Royal printing works at Berlin. FOREST SERVICE. 0 Home, Portland. President John J. Riley. Vico President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secretary John Martin. Secretary Financial John J. Broderick. , Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s a All the late tnd w Styi s and Shasu be fauod bei at reai" cable ftrieat, Sentinel Thomas Noono. Pat Begley. Louisville Business College DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS Under tho Management of 822 East Main, street. Mul-lane- y. r. l. Mccarty hlgh-grad- 0elgmisj)eie)eie))H)eit GRAN W. SMITH'S SON!! Director Notice to Taxpayers. h. and Embalmer one-ha- lf But-tinie- " SCANNELLi WANTED. Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers d, one-fourt- h s, FRED ERHART ARCHITECT 4t9fw99ttmm9vww9,mwmm I H.B05SES0N and oiocirxosaR - AVNU corre-sponden- co 203-20- 0r 'QUAKER MAID' seedy-looki- ng all-seei- jT' 4 "Be-gorr- a, I - XCBJN'TlIOBrK' & 8? IRISH KECENT DEATHS. AJSXJEB79XOASf. Schind-le- r, HERMAN STRAUS mpaArco rOURTM AVENUE SONS MARKCT STREET ' The funeral of Mrs. Lena who died Wednesday evening at her home, 2300 Garland avenue, Late News That Will will bo held, this morning from St. Members Here and Schlndler Mrs. Charles church. years old and had was thlrty-on- o long been ill with cancer. John Keardon, who had many friends in the East End, died lato Monday night of pneumonia at his home, 308 East Jefferson street. Ho leaves a 'brother, Michael Reardon, and a sister, Miss Catherine Rear-Hn- n hrvth of thin pltv. The funeral was held Thursday morning from St. Michael's cnurcn, uev. marun resolonin O'Connor celebrating quiem mass. IMS 8FJMMB0S.C Interest 1 Bacon a son We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. $ We dive and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps, Men, Anticipate Your Needs and Buy Right Now Union Council at Syracuse last week conferred the second on a class of thirty-fiv- e. May 1 to 4 has been set for a big four-da- y K. of C. carnival at Columbus, Ohio. Tho Indianapolis degree team will exemplify tho third at Conners- villo on February 18. act-lv- In Oar Annual February MANCHESTER SHIRTS AT AT 89c EACH 89c EACH Instead of'$1.50 and $2.00 equal to $1.50 and $2 00 qualities, as the materials are one hundred square percales, madras, repp cloth and mercerized materials, and you can have choice of laundered or soft Freuch curts, ana tne price is oc eaun. i Now they are real brand, new spring patterns and you will find these Shirts FURNITURE STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Thoro are nino active divisions of tho Ladies' Auxiliary in Indianapolis and Marion county. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary will meet next Wednesday evening, this being tho only meeting of Iho week. Division 3 met last night and 's heard reports Irom the St. day celebration committee. Many of the local uniform ranks have promised County President Hennessy to bo In line on St. Patrick's day. President Thomas Lynch, of Division 4, plans to have a short lecture on some interesting subject at each meeting. Miles National Director is a frequent visitor and Is doing good work among tho Brooklyn divisions. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Dayton, Ohio, will glvo a dinner to Miss Agnes McBrlde and the retiring officers at tho Phillips House. Two priests, Fathers Donovan and Kelly, of St. Philomena's parish, will be in the class to bo initiated at Denver on St. Patrick's day. Denver Hibernians aro undecided as to a parade on St. Patrick's day. Plans aro making for an initiation In connection with tho celebration. Rev. M. J. O'Brien, of Minneapolis, and tho Stato officers were present at tho joint installation at Graceville. An elaborato banquet rat-rick- GREENE'S Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves and Ranges JAS. GREENE 415-41- 7 stamps. Good Furniture at moderate prices without trad-in- g EAST MARKET STREET. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. nd FALLS CITY VULCAN IZING CO. 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. TRY A LOAD OF Wallins Creek Lump Coal FOR HOME USES. !Low in Ash. High, in Heat. S6ANL0N GOAL 60MPflNY 319 Heme City 405 followed. BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA and State Former national, county officers resident In Columbus, Ohio, met Sunday to arrange for tho proper celebration of St. INCORPOUATKD. Patrick's day. PAUL JONES BUILDING. Rev. Charles O'Donnell, C. S. C, inDame, has accepted Comb. 'Mala 415 of Notre and will deliver thothe prinvitation cipal address at tho St. Patrick's day celebration in Indianapolis. Tho Ladies' Auxiliary at Columbus, Ohio, tendered a reception Tuesday evening to Mrs. Mary National President, in the parlors of tho Chittenden Hotol. Tho Hibernians of Montgomery, Minn., aro olated over their joint Installation, which was edifying and impressive and was witnessed by a large and enthusiastic audi- o Michigan Knights are taking interest In the erection of the Tuesday morning the funeral of students' chapel at Ann Arbor. There wero eighty candidates in Kpnnodv was held from St. lUnrH-His death followed tho cjt3' presented at tho joint church. John's last week. a two months' illness of tubercu111 Htv It Wh aT it n ifrAA n losis. The deceased was was a well known ferredonra class of about 150 at years old and Ho Is survived by Cincinnati on Sunday, Fehruary 25. city employe. Twenty candidates received tho two brothers, George Kennedy, of Indianapolis, and William Kennedy, first degree at Auburn, N. Y., exof this city, and a sister, Mrs. An- emplified by a staff from Syracuse. drew B. Ludwig. With tho adltlon of nearly half a hundred now members tho counMiss Mary Waller, aged sixty-fou- cil at St. Joseph, Mo., enters the passed from this life Sunday ranks of the "400." afternoon at tho Visitation Home, San Salvador Council, of Now whore she had lived for several Haven. Conn., will celobrato tho of thirty-fift- h years. Miss Waller 'was a natlvo anniversary of tho Pennsylvania, but had long been founding of tho K. of C. at Hotel connected with tho John C. Lewis Taft on February 7. Company and was widely known. Marquette of Kansas She is survived by a brother, John City conferred Council tho third on a Waller, of Haden, Kas., who ar- of 150 on Sunday. Kansas class rived for tho funeral, held Tuesday Council, there being two there, City will morning at tho Cathedral. receive a class into tho order toHl3 many friends throughout tho. morrow. David Goldstein, tho noted lec city were deeply grieved to learn of tho death Saturday afternoon of turer, will be heard in Jefferson- at villo on February 22. Ho Is now Albert DIobold, aged thlrty-4wohis home, 2805 West Market streot. making a tour of Indiana and will Deceased was a. well known letter speak in all tho cities where thoro carrier, his routo being in tho busi- are councils. Newport Council has secured tho ness district, where ho had the confidence and respect of all. His fu- big drill hall at the Fort Thomas for Shrove Tuesday neral was held Tuesday morning reservation from St. Columba's church, Rev. night. February 20, and nrepara Father Maloney officiating nt the tlons aro now In progress for tho most attractive function yet given requiem mass. In Campbell county. A large concourse of sorrowing When Supreme Knight Flaherty friends gathered at St. Patrick's visited Bishop Carrell Council at church Monday morning to attend Covington tho meeting was graced the funeral and pay tho last tribute by tho presence of Bishop Brossart, of respect to tho remains of John Stato Deputy James J. O'Brien, Dis W. Garry, whose death occurred trict Deputy John J. Donovan and Saturday at the residence of his Gov. Edward J. McDer- father, Thomas Garry, 513 North mott. Twentieth streot. The deceased was years ago and was born twenty-tw- o HELD BEFORE LENT. one of tho most popular young men several years in tho West End. . For On acount of Washington's ho had held a position in tho City birthday being in Lent tho enterwas well tainment of St. Cecilia's congrega Tax Receiver's office and liked by all having business there. tion will bo held on tho Monday and Tuesday beforo Ash Wednesday Michael Herrlg, one of tho oldest February 19 and 20. Monday af members of tho Sacred Heart par- ternoon and evening euchre and ish, died Tuesday afternoon of tho lotto will bo played. On Tuesday Infirmities of ago at tho homo of afternoon there will bo a candy his daughter, Mrs. John Clear, 2310 pulling for tho children and In the Cedar streot. Ho was a natlvo of evening euchre and lotto. This Ireland and came to this country entertainment will be given to re when a young man. Thrco other duce tho expense incurred by the daughters. Mrs. Mark Scrowdus, remodeling of St. Cecilia's school, Mrs. Frederick Nau and Mrs. Will- which is now one of tho bevt, look iam Trudoau; two sons, John and Ing and most completo in tho West Thomas Herrlg, all of Loulsvuio, End. and ono sister, Mrs. Matthew J. O'Grady, of Dayton, Ohio, survivo MOUIlX HER DEATH. Funeral services wore held him. Thursday morning at Sacred Heart Friends and relatives throughout church, Rev, Father Walsh celebrat- the city and Stato are mourning tne ing tho requiem mass. death of Mrs. Mary Rachel Gault, beloved wife of Major John Gault, HOLY ROSARY AOADI2.MX. retired Loul3villo and Nashville railMrs. Gault was road programme was given on Ions aconductor. This highly esteemed Literary and Music member devout andLouis Bortrand's Tuesday by the of St. Academy, Rosary Clubs of Holy church, from whero her funeral when Rev. T. L. 'Crowley, O. P., took place Monday morning, ue was guest of honor: sides her husband she leaves a son, Sketch of Coleridge Catherine John W. Gault, and two daughters, Blandford. H. Price and Miss Rose Quotation from "Tho Ancient Mrs. W. of Louisville. Gault, all Mariner" Class. The History of the Poem ClarLEXINGTON. ' issa Wlllenborg. of Schubert Ermagardo Sketch A St, Patrick Society has just Kneblekamp. Mary beon organized at .Lexington, xue (Schubert) Impromptu nhinrf- of which will bo nWnnlnnl Bush. The Narrative of "Tho Ancient the proper celebration of tho feast of St. Patrick each year ny tne sons Marlnor" Agnes Osbourn. In tho Bluegrass The Story of tho Albatross Alice of Erin organization meetingsection. B. J. At tho Dougherty. and Chorus. T.ronov wn chosen President Reg"Ave Maria" (Schubert) Tho Literary Analysis of "Tho Edward Houlihan Secretary,and arular meetings will bo held Ancient Marlnor" Glynn Mackln. rangements made for tho first ban "The Hunter's Song" (Coleridge) quet on March 17 next. Auaresses. Concert. sumptuous repast will Tho Catholic Version of "Tho songs and a nrocrramme. An effort Dorothy Edelen, hn on fhn Ancient Mariner" In will be mado by Catherine Kilkenny, Alma Hays, chargo to secure tho committee na speakers oi Mary Hunter. tlonal prominence. Hark! tho Lark" "Hark! 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A quiet but interesting wedding took place Wednesday evening at St. Charles Borromeo church, the contracting parties 1eing Miss Ma-hHdln. n. nonular voune lady Of the parish, and Harry Grimos. Im mediately after tho ceremony tho happy couple loft on a honoymoon trip to Cincinnati and tho East, ftarrvlncr with them tho best wishes of a legion of friends. Tho groom Is a etopson of Doputy Sheriff o. J. Heffernan and a brother of County nl Patrolman-Thoma- s Grimes. WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. i X H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Kv. 'wwmWiiiiiiiimmMMmiiiMtuHM U.L IMUHM, tofctMer. P. IAKN6H, Wm Pre. II., LAWRENCE J. VEEXEMAN. I Tria. Swrttery. IPr Sewer BANN0N PIPE CO. Calvart a4BaBaea'tPipe, L14dea Pipe fer Steam Ceatfaits, Patent one of tho strong units in tho national body. Its membership .is raado up of men from all counties represent every In Ireland, who branch of commerce in tho city. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary of New Albany aro making extensive arrangements for tho card party to bo given In Holy Trinity Hall on Friday night, Fobruary 1G. They extend a special invitation to Louisville members of tho order. Rev. Emmett K. Kennedy, pastor of St Catherine of Sienna church, at Crichton, Ala.j has 'been chosen Spiritual Director of the Ancient Order at Mobile. Father Kennedy Is a Louisville boy who has made good as a priest, and we congratulate the Alabama Hibernians pn the wisdom of their selection. Is ence. Division GRAND LOTTO. On Thursday, February 15, afternoon and evening, a grand lotto will be given tin Gambrinus Hall, Shelby and Rosalane, by several friends of Father Boos, pastor of St. Aloyslus' 17 of Now Yor . City Henry Ford, tho famous automo hlim manufacturer. Is building a Catholic orphan asylum in Detroit, nrhlnh will hswa n. valuation of nearly a million dollars. Tho present orphanage, St. Francis Homo, was built in luv, as a memorial of tho golden sacerdotal jublleo of Bishop John S. Foley. Later on thn Poni (Vimnanv located on tho land near tho home. Tho extension of business led to tho purcnaso Dy Ford of tho orphanage property. acre tract He offered a thirty-thre- e In another part of tho city, and to erect a building twlco tho slzo of tho present home. Tho very kov. Father Marron, Chancellor of tho diocese, accepted tho offer. It will accommodate 550 boys and fifty Sisters. LEBANON. GEHER & SON, t JvgPP Autos and Taxis For Hire service. We are as Hvc us a trial for jflrst-clas- s close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. new, Vntn Hnnlrilnir. wtin Ir wlrlolv church, for tho benefit of his church Kentucky, died at Pewee Valley. Games will be- known throughoutTrfhnnon on Tues hty Snmn nt gin at 2:30 and 8:30. Many valua- prizes, among others a $2.50 gold piece, will bo offered both afternoon and night. Father Boes tnvltes his many frionds to attend this social, which has always proven to be a delightful affair. ble- SLIDE THEIR VOWS. cero- tt Ann tl ful and imnreselve mnnlpB worn witnessed at Cardono Academy at Georgetown on Tues day, when three sistera or ane Visitation made their final vows and noNon FOK DUDDY. William Duddy, for seven years Wall Cealarf, Draia Tile, V4rl4 Brick, a member of the No. 2 Engine ComFire Praeftag, Flse Liaia, Fir Brick pany, was on Wednesday promoted to the No. 12 Engine Company. Grate aatf Belter Tile, Crease Fire Clay, Ckiataey Before leaving his old quarters he OFFICE S28 WEST JEFFERSON was given a testimonial dinner by hte fellow firemen and presented ,, OUMB. MAIN 507. HOME PHONES CITY v;M a handsome pair of gold cuff button. The prlaeipal addresses WORKS 'IStfecaABreck. and Msgnll Ave., Bet. 9tU cad iStb. were made by Oast Klrley and Sari 11 111 111 w i (iBalUnaB. i i iii im111 1 111 ?. 573-178- 6. ' n 1 n n n m n nuun fhren mora received the habit of the They were Miss Margaret order Stoltz', of Covington: Miss Nlva Collins, of Hamilton, Ohio; Miss Marie Zlmmeror, of Detroit, Mien.; miss .Tnsstla Whitfield, of Morsranfleld: Miss Ophelia Miles, of St. Joseph, and Miss Maude Nally, of Owena- boro. The Rev. Dean O'Dwyer, or Frankfort, officiated at the ceremonial, assisted toy Fathers William Curcr and X. L. VaaBeeelaere, of Georgetown. day morning following an Illness of several months of asthma. Her Mrs. death came unexpectedly. Spalding had not been well since tho death of her brother, Archbishop John Lancaster apaiaing, in rcona, Mrs. Spalding is sur111., last fall. vival hv two eons. County Clerk Sam J. Spalding and Deputy ColSpalding, and lector Richard three daughters, Mrs. C. W. 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