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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1917. llko Howard, ot whom tho aame author says: "Ho never wearied of boasting of his lies and of his cruelty; ho wrote to, assure Henry ho would spare no pains to entrap them (thoso taking part In tho uprising) and would esteem no promiso ho mado to the rebels, "for surely I shall observe no part thereof, for any respecUjpt that others might call mine bjKpr dlstalned.' ' Tho movement Known as the Pilgrimage of Grace, Inaugurated by tho commons, was espoused by a majority of the nobility! of the North, not so much from conviction as from a fear ot the power of tho people. Henry at first did not realize the full extent of Its strength. When 'he did so and found himself unable to meet tho situation by fair means he had recourse to that base dissimulation, which promised pardon to the leaders and rediess to the masses, gaining t,ime by parley until by sowing distrust between the nobles and the commons ho had and enparalyzed their strength snared them into his royal web of treachery. The commons dispersed, Henry, thinking themselves "safe. who never meant to keep his uprisings pledges, ignored them; followed; but when tho country had again been tranquilizer! ho issued tho following instructions to his leader: "Our pleasure Is, that . . . you shall, In any wise, cause such dreadful execution toMe done upon a good number of the Inhabitants of every town, village and hamlet, SHELLS. offended ini this rebellion, movement the British army is now that have tho hanging of them up as well by gives some idea of their In trees, as by the quartering of Photo them, and the settlng'jof their heads and quarters In every town, great and small, and in such other places, as may be a fearful spectacle to all others hereafter . .) . , which we require you to do, without pity or respect, according to our former ' letters Norfolk, a man after Henry's Now Light Has Uccn Thrown heart, who had taken sides with the commons at' first, but soon Upon tho Reformation in turned traitor on seeing their undoing, carried out his Instructions Knglnnd. faithfully. Aske was enticed to London and slain; D'Arcy, after being pardoned, was sent to Tower non-Cathol- ic El Norao WHkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVIII. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ICONOCLAST Answers Col. P. II. Callahan in Hot Rejoinder in Latest Issue. and Charges That A.P. Prohibition Travel Hand in'IIand. A.-is- in MEXICO devolution Follows Revolution and Anarchy Yet in Full Blast. Conditions of That Uufortunate Country a Story of Real Tragedy. "Catholicism Means Liberality of Opinion, Sentiment and Practice. Itishops Kxilcd, Priests fmnrlsioncd, and Women Dishonored. PERSECUTION QUITE COMMON - M GRATITUDE IN FANATICS Washington, delivered tho last of League, Democratic Prohibition his series of five lectures on Spanish wroto as follows to ' the editor of America. The Bishop's theme was tho Columbiad, tho official organ of LARGER "Mexico." the Knights of Columbus: WIRELESS TORPEDO CONTROL AEROPLANE. In anticipation ot a big offensive "Tho story of Mexico," Bishop "It is with keen enjoyment that rne new jhuuu j mieu ujj mm "mwcm uuw uuuu, wiui wmen Currier said, "Is one of tho greatest I read tho Yellow Jacket or tho accumulating the largest size shells. up a torpedo that has been sent out from a ship it will bo able to pick tragedies from tho night .Monaco as compared to my mental size and weight. or fort and direct it uy tne uamm onu wireless control, to tho object Cortez wept to tho tragic when feelings when I read the Iconoclast week of attack. when Madero fell. The incidents and reallzo how Catholics aro hav- Is owned and edited by C. A. of tho conquest parallel any episode ing their legs pulled. Tills paper Windle. It is his porsonal property. vertising columns, where indecent of tho world's history. Whatever is an organ of tho liquor interests, No liquor man or any other interest and immoral moving pictures are may bo said of the Spanish conquerliving on the reputation of Brann, dictates tho policy of this paper. featured from time to time. Here ors, they wero undoubtedly brave Its former editor, who boasted of Wo stand for personal liberty. We Is another line on the sincerity of men; but beside them wo behold Infidelity. It fights prohibition and believe in tho rights of man, and tho Herald's move for reform. other heroes, men that, breaking throws a sop to Catholics occa- for this reason wo have attacked Huston Quin, a probable candidate asunder all earthly ties, came to sionally in tho form of criticism of prohibition. Wo believe In religfor Mayor on the Republican ticket, America in quest not of gold, but tho Menace, just to keep them on ious liberty, and for this reason wo Of Forward League Questioned will be backed by the reform and of souls. They wero tho great tho side of tho liquor interests. have waged war on tho A. P. As. prohibition element In tho local means of building up what was best Catholics should bo identified with Prohibition means intolerance in by Railroad Commissioner G. O. P., while John Maas will bo In tho Spanish civilization of the prohibition personal matters. every and A. P. backed by the wets and liberal ele- New World. At tho end of the colFinn. movement." means intolerance in religious mat-torment In tho Republican ranks. The onization period that had gone along part Tho Iconoclast answers in You can not surrender ono Herald will support Maas becauso the even tenor of its way, under a as follows: liberty without giving .up tho other. Religious Change .Resented and Hill. he will have tho support of the succession of Viceroys, there came on Religious Religious and personal liberty are The Pilgrimage of Grace thus Tho Commission y machine, which con- a chango over Mexico wlth tho revoResisted by the Common Prejudices, appointed by tho Knights the foundation stbnes of this resmothored in blood Aind (treachery, More Important Problems Than Chilton-Searctrols Republican affairs, and know- lution of 1810, when Miguel Hidalgo was as its name implies, not only a of Columbus, seems to havo a public. United they stand, divided People. Prohibition For Kentucky ing that the biggest campaign fund raised tho 'cry of Delores.' Crushed battle lor tho rellgloi of their fathtraitor in camp. We suspect that they fall. will bo on that side. Remember at first, tho flames of revolution to Settle. ers, but as tho terms of their ded his name is Col. Callahan. Prohibiif Wo would not bo consistent tho sudden flop mado by the Her- broke out again, until Independence absolutely annihilated his wo did not fight both snakes in the mands made to Henry clearly show, tion has ald from the Progressive party to was won by Augustine do Iturbide, justice, of right and reason. grass that threaten our liberties. Henry Murdered Ills Wives, His a formidable movement for political sense of tho Republican and how tho Re- who founded a short-live- d empire, freedom. Becauso"the Iconoclast has not pan- Sometimes our position handicaps us Campaign Chairman's and whoso Empress Is buried in the Ministers and Trustful This study of (tho 'Pilgrimage of Indignation Wave Stops Louis publican dered to his pet hobby, prohibition, In the fight. Thero aro somo liquor statement showed that the Herald churchyard of St. John's hero in Grace sheds a very clarifying light tho Colonel condemns it as being men so narrow that they have reFriends. ville Herald in Its Muck had cut In for several thousand dol- Philadelphia. After the downfall on the methods employed to sporad Ho can fused to let us help them In tho worse than tho Menace. lars of the Hughes' fund. of Iturbide and the establishment Raking. the blessings of tho "reformation," forgivo an attack on his religion, fight against prohibition because of Mayo rBuschemeyer is expected to of a Federal republic tho history of and should hut whet our appetlto on his God, on his Christ, on the our stand on religious liberty. Re announce a succe&sor to Police Mexico Is characterized by a series for further study in the fruitful Pope and tho Catholic church with cently in tho Minneapolis campaign Court Bailiff Edward O'Connor of revolutions, San Ans being the much more grace than ho can over- wo lost a deal that meant thou- SHEDS VERY CLARIFYING LIGHT fields of historical research. Tho most result will bo but a greater devotion BRUMLEVE OUT FOR MAYOR within tho next few days, and in all early picturesque figure from the difference of opinion on tho sands of dollars because" wo refused look a likelihood it will bo Jake Hartstern, twenties until 3 853. to the ancient faith ,so staunchly question. That is tho main to stop our fight on tho A. P. A.'s. liquor Will Dennes or Tom O'Connell, and "Legislation hostilo to thq church championed by tho sturdy. English trouble with prohibition. It makes On the other hand, many Catholics appointment set whoever secures Gomez Farias of in Th&"THtest Issue oftho Dublin commons fanatical zealots of will havo ''nothInTto"ao with' the will bo opposed by Councilman M. was Vice President. It wa3 nipped C. B. of C. V. its advocates. It is tho spirit of pro- Iconoclast because we are proudly Review brings an extensive analysis Grace. Laurenco B. Finn, of the State J. McDormott, who already has a In tho bud by a counter revolution, to tho "wet." As to tho Iconoclast living hibition that wo object to his Railroad Commission, has circulated running start for the nomination that framed a new constitution and BISHOP RUSSELL. hypocritical, on tho reputation of Brann, eigh- of a valuablo contribution Interestholler than thou, very a little pamphlet giving his views with a pledge of support from many made Mexico a centralized republic, sanctimonious attempt to mako peo- teen years after his death, wo have torical research on a phase of the Washington society, both eccle- on the liquor question in Kentucky prominent Democrats. Fred Heffer-na- n the result of which was tho secesple righteous by law. Prohibition turned that statement over to the ing and important and E. L. Tharp are also anand later the war with which "Tho its is losing one an never make people righteous. board of health to bo fumigated. It reformation in England, the Exeter siastic and lay, personalities of the and In reasonshe gives many and nounced candidates. Ben Brujnlevo sion of Texas States. Several years the United logical why tho Webb-Keof in most striking cause of our smells fishy to us. Brann had some Conspiracy," Graco and Liquor is not tho main Charley after the war, that cost Mexico a by Madeline Hope elevation of Monslgnor Russell to yon law is not possible for this Is out for Mayor against social Ills, and prohibition of it reputation, but not even a Ford Dodds and Ruth Dodds. Besides the Bishopric of Charleston, S. C. State. Mr. Finn also questions tho Cronan and expects to head an en- large portion ot her territory. will not reduce crime, poverty, vice, could run eighteen years on a repushedding light on a little known, For the past nine years, as pastor of sincerity of the gentlemen compris- tire slate for city and county of- Ignaclo Comonfort being President, Insanity, disease and death, nor will tation. Pflanz or Dan the constitution of 1857 was though important phaso of the church, Bishop Russell ing the leadership of the Democratic fices, with It make pcoplo good, honest or Tho iconoclast is not tho organ or reformation, the book In question St. Patrick's affection and esteem of i orwaru rieague ana isks wny inese Russell for Sheriff, Robert L. Page framed, to bo followed by the remoral. liquor in- and so ably studied in the Dublin has won the and tool of Catholicism or the gentlemen settled on the prohibition for County Attorney, and others to form laws of Juarez in a spirit enCatholics Prohibition is the doctrine of terests. As its name implies it is tirely hostilo to tho church. Thl Democratic be announced later. He hatred. It ds ridiculous for a man an idol breaker, a hater of shams, Review is of particular value in throughout the city. as a has long Issue for debato in the more imporparty when there were .constitution is still In vigor. The it is the head of a committee of re- fakirs dnd frauds; a dofender of this, that who have,product ofwriter been recognized also States, national tant and economic questions for the FATHER at the ItACHMANX CALLED. reaction assumed tho form of foras tho and the figure in the United ligious prejudice to advocate force. truth and justice and liberty. It eign intervention and the short-live- d In of the State now at religious happens that prohibition and A. P. states, treated tho pilgrimage, with celebrations ot tho nation's feast good connection Mr. Finn issue. why Instead of destroying A sweet and gracious spirit passed empire of the unfortunate asks which wo are now solely engaged, days, together with that of Car- this Religprejudice he will increase it. are tho natural enemies of After tho execution of tho up away Sunday night when the Rev. Forward League didn't Cardinal honor dinal's ious prejudice wag born of ignor- an Iconoclast and wo glory In the "in a fair and even judicial man- Gibbons, day dn attracted ofthe atten- the tax question, which is tako a fore- E. M. Bachmann, chaplain of St. Emperor the Liberals had comtho have ner." ance and fostera"'by force. Right, hatred of such animals as Col. throughout tho most question with the people of Joseph's Orphan Homo, departed pletely triumphed. Porflro Diaz The usually received Idea of the tion of Catholics reason, justice have nothing to do Callahan and the Menace. If the Kentucky, or about needed legisla this life, leaving the Sisters and now camo upon tho scene. Elected reformation is thdt in all tho coun- land. with it. Does Col. Callahan imag- tlmo ever comes when they havo a dt was solely a moveis ten years ago now sinco tion to regulate common carriers in children, who were so dear to him, In 1876, he filled his term, and after It ine that if he crawls under tho good word to say for us, wo will tries anocted In Bishop-eleRussell published his Kentucky, asking shall the city of to mourn tho loss of their spiritual an interval he was prohibition band wagon that he will fold up our tripod and steal silently ment of tho pcoplo for emancipation very unvaluable history of Maryland, Louisville remain bottled up by tho father. Father Bachmann had been 1884, to remain President until his of an placate the away "to South America where our from tho galling fettersbondage; an tho animosity of being And failing for somo tlmo and dread forced resignation in 1911, the title, "The Land of Sanc- L. & N. Railroad Company? ecclesiastical Does he think that shame can blush unseen A. P. A.'s? contrary to tho In tho endurable for freedom of conscience under tuary," and thoso who know the why are the freight rates higher in pneumonia caused his death. Born constantly uprising meaning of jungles. a rattlesnake knows tho of the constitution. he and purity of doctrine and practice, busy life he led at tho Cathedraln Kentucky than In any of tho con- In 1838, boy. camo to this country spirit have been his faults, Whatever gratitude? Fanaticism, born of ho raised when a Here he entered St. may Tho in Baltimore during the composl-(Jo- tiguous States? Initiated by the reformers. hatred and fear, engendered tho A. FATHER CASSILY THE1K GUKST. Evoryone is aware what has been Joseph's Seminary at Bardstown, Mexico to a most commanding posiof this work, which lasted work under discussion gives tho P. A. movement. Fanaticism, born Ho was the strongest man lie to this theory and bases its con- threo years, have always felt that done by tho Forward Leaguo sinco and after being graduated thero tion. of ignorance and hatred engendered Rev. Francis Cassilly, S. J., of clusions on facts gathered this contribution to American his- Its Inception, tho chief of which was studied for tho priesthood at Mt. St. Independent Mexico ever had." from They Crelghton University, who will contho prohibition movement. The Right Reverend speakor then up as a model a banquet with William Grapo Juice Mary's of the West Seminary. He All prohibitionists duct tho Knights of Columbus re- documentary evidence. In tho be- tory might bo held aro to tho country at large of the pos- Bryan as tho principal orator, his was ordained in 18G2 at Indian outlined tho recent events since ginning of the reformation movearo not A. P. A.'s. All A. P. As at tho Cathedral next week, ihese and that of the other speak- apolis by tho Right Rev. Martin 1910, the revolution and election tho aro not prohibitionists, but 90 per treat be the honor guest and princi- ment In England tho people or sibilitiesofthero aro in of thoCatbolic ers being denunciations of liquor Spauldlng. In 1879 Father Bach- of Madero, his downfall and his will Union. each Stato cent, of both parties aro ono and pal speaker at tho banquet of St. commons, as they were called at history wide men in toto. This was the same mann organized St. Joseph's church murder. Ho said that Madero had time, did the range the same persons. Their creeds ap- Xavler's Alumni Association on that meaning ofnot appreciate pro- His own personal charm, his of been elected by tho Catholic party. the pastorate of knowledge, his judicial banquet in which Senator Beckham at Owensboro, tho changes full typo of brains or Tuesday evening. peal to tho same Father Cassilly posed and under discussion and tho temperament, and his keen, imagin- said .that he was mortified and hu- whioh he held for several years. He Ho then dwelt upon tho brief admin belack of brains. Prohibition is logical miliated at Washington every time later camo to Louisvlllo and at dif istration of Huerta, who was forced Is a brother of John P. Cassilly, mado him ing tried as a reviver of enthusiasm Grand Knight of Louisville Coun- object of controversy in tho ranks ative mindthis field. It the through some one reforred to him as "the ferent times was pastor of St. out of office by tho action of eleis clergy. as tho authors worker in For in tho Evangelical churches. IPreach-er- s cil, and a teacher and orator of na- of the especially that Bishop Senator from tho whisky State," Mary's and St. Patrick's churches in ments on this side of the border. who could not mako good with tional reputation. His toast at the remark: "Tho Papal authority was this work B. C. confertho St. Russell's name has become a house- and which statement caused an out- Louisville, and of RIdgo Andrew's Then followed tho A,convention of legitimately banquet will be "Catholic Educa- not always popular in England, hold word wherever love for tho burst from ono of tho Stato to the church at Pleasuro their congregations Park. In ence and have turned, to prohibition to arouso tion." Other speakers of the even- men sneered at tho Pope, grumbled first Catholic State of tho Union other, many acknowledging that 1300 he was mado chaplain of tho Aguascallentes, when thero was a interest and keep up tho collections. ing will be Rev. Brothor James, at him, criticized him; but that he exists they were more mortified than Sisters of tho Good Shepherd. In break between Carranza and Villa o Prohibition Is a Frank A. Goner, Rev. Brother was tho only supreme head of Catholic University of Amer- Beckham that ho should represent 1902 ho was made chaplain of St. with tho continuation of civil war. and will eventually drown Julian and Judge Walter P. Lin Christianity was as firmly believed, icaTho losing a very genial host in Kentucky on the bunco prohibition Anthony's Hospital and four years Tho culmination of all was the recis put their coln. The arrangements committee, and as confidently accepted, as that thoso churches who have tho promotion of its friend and platform of Haly and Beckham. Mr. later took up the same office at ognition of Carranza by this Governfaith in composed of Messrs. Fred Harlg, the sun roso in tho East." Tho benefactor to tho see or unarieston Finn's pointed questions only drew St. Joseph's Orphans Home, where ment and tho vain quest for Villa, more discussion therefore oc tho Callahan would fasten this Robert O. Wulff, Thomas D. Clines, Tho doors of St. Patrick's Tectory evasive statements from two of the he stayed until his death. The fu- whose operations still continue. Ho rotten around tho neck William Hume and Al Ohlighsch-lago- r, King's supremacy did not touch the Forward Leaguo, ono a former State neral was held from St. Bonifaco told in emphatic languago of the of the Catholics and then throw officeholder and special protegp of church Wednesday morning, attend- persecution that accompanied the havo made preparations for imprisonment of them in the maelstrom to sink or 300 graduates, as tho attendance at city tion seemed to be complete unless Haly's, while the other, a present ed by priests from all tho dio- late revolution, the of Bishops, the priests, the exile swim, according to tho strength of last year's banquet showed that a X SZZ. the different faculties were repre. official ot the Forward Club, is best churches and throughout tho Ho pretends to be- new interest has been taken in the wore given tanglblo proof the sented. Bishop Russell goes to a known for his ability to secure free cese, members of tho Board of desecration of churches and the hove that tho liquor question is green and gold alumni. Attorney W. Henry meant what ho assumed; diocese that is already famous in advertising for self on any old sub Trustees ot St. Joseph's Orphanago Holy Eucharist, tho dishonoring of when tho feasts, bo dear to the peo- the annals of American Catholic ject and has distinguished himself acting as pallbearers. women, some ot whom were nuns, r, tho main difference between Prot- P. McDonogh will preside as many being American citizens. estantism and Catholicism that if and reservations should be ple, were abolished and the monas- history, and there aro many who by flirting with all political parties Ho said that tho very timo we once tho liquor traffic is wiped out sent J. J. Belrne, Treasurer of tho teries suppressed and plundered, anticipate a renaissance thero under In the past four years. As stated SACRED 1D3ART. wero recognizing Carranza tho pertho theological differences between committee, at the store of Geher & and tho villages and country-Bid- e Bishop Russell of all the literary above, both dodged Mr. Finn's thus deprived of their best friends Catholics and Protestants will bo Son. Tho Forty Hours' devotion will secution was going on and the and strong Catholic learn- pointed queries and between tho and supports, sullen discontent was culture smoothed over. Wo have been led a hundred lines one could see that they aro bo conducted by tho Rev. Father Cathedral of Mcrlda, Yucatan, was flourished ing which slowly translated into active to "tholr to bellevo that tho ravino between master's Patrick Walsh at the Sacred Heart desecrated. Laws are still in force ATHLETIC CLUB PREPARES. years ago under Bishop England. responsive resistenco took Tho Catholic University ot America, voice." Haly, the controller of tho church, Seventeenth and Broadway, paralyzlnz tho action of the church. This 2heso two branches of Christians was more fundamental than that. A. P. in Forward Club, was given his quietus on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. It was recently announced by interThe Mackin Athletic Club held a tangible form in tho Pilgrimage of which is especially honored and prohibition go hand in spirited meeting Wednesday night Graco in 153G, led by Robert Aske Bishop Russell's selection, since ho by a prominent Republican in tho The services will open with the ested parties that tho persecution hand. They mean Intolerance. They for tho purpose ot arranging a uuai and Lord D'Arcy, men, as the auth- was one of Its students sliortly after Soelbach Hotel tho other day when high mass tomorrow morning and had ceased, yet only a few weeks Catholicism meet with a local organization pre- ors of the new work picture thom, his ordination and received thero in answer to Haly's query as to why will be impressive. This Is always ago several important churches were stand for intolerance. means liberality of opinion, senti- paratory to the March contest. The of truly heroic and knightly mould. the degree of Licentiate of. Sacred ho didn't lino up with the "drys" an important period for this con- confiscated In the City of Mexico. ment and practice. Col. Callahan dual with this club, which will he Indeed dt was their very chivalry Theology in 1803, joins its heart- said that lie took the other sido to gregation, of which many will tako This does not look llko a cessation a good of persecution, nor like religious advantage In making says tho Iconoclast is pulling tho announced later, will be a short, and honesty that led to their un- felt wlBhes with those of all his got away from tho hypocrites. legs of the Catholics. We leave this snappy affair of seven ovents, con- doing, and to the falluro of tho up- friends in Washington and throughThe Louisville Herald has greatly preparation for tho observance of liberty. The speaker ended with a d rising against tho wanton tyranny out tho country in wishing him a modified Its dally policy ot be- Lent. Assisting Father Walsh will fervent appeal to 'heaven, tho only charge to our readers. How many sisting of tho 75, 220 and hope loft, for a restoration of peace d and mile run, of tho royal bluobeard. Esteeming long and successful career as the smirching Louisville and Louisvlllo bo a number of his priest friends. of our Catholic friends have had dashes: the and tranquility to tho unfortunate their legs pulled by our "eop to and tho high and broad jump. This Henry as sincere as themselves they shepherd of his newly appointed institutions for political purpose be - Catholic?" country to the south of our borders. nOLY ROSARY RECITAL. cause of the storm of indignation is considered a fine medium of were no match for the man ot whom flock. Now, Col. Callahan, I am going to arousing interest in tho athletes and a noted American author, Brooks that went up from every quarter, WORTHY CHARITY. A piano recital was given by the men of all parties rebelling at tho give you some plain facts to digest. preparing them to compete with tho Adam, in his "The Law of CivilizaFOOT BADLY HURT. g transit journal- pupils of Holy Rosary Academy in Idea of cfacks. Tho men win tion and Decay" says: "Cruelty was I am also .going to make somo plain A lotto will be given next Thurstwenty-one- , ists besmirching Louisville's good the school hall yesterday afternoon, statements: You say, "the paper be assigned to the following events: one of Henry's most salient traits, Charles Moynohan, and evening at run, Kennedy, Janslng and and was perhaps the faculty by son of Thomas F. Moynahan, of 518 name. Louisville is not better nor the following taking part: Misses day afternoon (meaning the Iconoclast) is an or- I . son .,.1 ... T n.lU tin. which he succeeded in imposing West Market street, Jeffersonvllle, worse than tho average city of Tholma Knebelkamp, Anna May Oambrinu8 Hall, Shelby, near Rose-lan- o gan ot the liquor interest living on )t street, for the benefit of St. Rebecca d dash, himself most strongly upon bis con- Is at Norton Infirmary with a badly like size, a little gambling, a llttlo Byrne, MargaTet Hickey, the reputation ot Brann, its former gan and Greenwell; Mard temporaries. He not only mur- crushed foot, the result of an acci- selling of liquor on the sly, but Broderlck, Margaret Wagner, Trace-wel- Aloyslus church, Pewee Valley, and editor, who boasted ot Infidelity. Morris, Stiggera and J. Hill; l, charitably Inclined persons can help dash, Schleman, Ray Schott dered his wives, his ministers, and dent In the L. and N. shops, where after all not the wicked city of garet Moriarty, Mary Lloyd When you said that, Col. Callahan, Ermagarde a worthy cause by pationlzlng this Mario Blanford, dash, Mc- his friends, but he pursued those he was caught In a pulley. It is crime and graft as pictured by the you uttered several malicious and O'Loughlln; You lied first when you Donald, Bonnell and Ross; running Who opposed him with a vlsdiotive- - now thought the Injured member Herald. If the Herald was really Knebelkamp, Helen Zlegler, Mlldrea affair given to aid this struggling Nor can be saved and that he will boos sincere in its reform raeve then the Menne, Glynn Mackin and Mary parish. Games will be called at said the Iconoclast was an organ of high Jump, James Shelley; running uees. which, appalled them." 2:30 and 8:30. place to begin would be In its ad Bush. could they oop assise t a leader) be removed to his home. fbe liquor interest. The IeonoclaM broad jump, Buttlmer. Col. P. H. Callahan, Chainnan or tho Religious (Prejudice Commission of tho Knights of Columbus and Kentucky Vice Chairman, of tho Before tho largest audience over assembled Jn tho auditorium of the Catholic Girls' High School recently In Philadelphia, the Right Rev. Charles W. Currier, D. D., of Iilf,'r!"'".l ii hi .1 ii J I I TYRANNICAL ..." SINCERITY anti-liqu- . or A.-Is- m s. tiacrow-mindfc- d -- e he in-i- n.1 833,-wh- en B? go n- ex-Jail- er non-Catholi- cs non-Cathol- Maxi-mlllla- n. A.-is- m ct ed half-sister- s. paper-mach- life-sav- er it-Col- . life-sav-er life-save- r. 5'.!iJ!!2 r, ,ti.7l W aJSt toast-maste- A.-Is- m 300-yar- -- 880-yar- out-of-to- muck-rakin- One-mi- le 220-yar- 100-yar- false-aoo- d. 76-ya- rd n HnBxjOBrxr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. KVKRY (SATURDAY. ttveM to ft SmM MJMmt AOaiiiauwt WW AmrktM OMetaMy ladefss by AattMt Owlar e HMmhmu. Ttait Kfclctts of Aawka. latitat aa PUBLISHED I'lmfimw xixi AJsaa&wtxcAst nuniTi-T- iwiniiiinii - "" Jagyatfr '' " i ' "rrrriiY ' irmfffiinum -- i utiiiii r tihhi i FINAL CLEARANCE! a'HmntMHMHimniiuitiittnUMtH m Cttoi ? KENTUCKY IHIttH AMERICAN PrUNTNQ CO., Incorporated, SINQLB CDPY 4H8CK1PT10N PRICE, ON DOLLAR PER YEAR Watered at tae teUTHtePeieyic as 8w ad.Clase flatter. AfsrtMsH CeHBMltitioH U the KBNTVCKY HK5H 0ita SUITS SI. MKMKMi, W'll West Oim AND TTRADES (ffl&fl COUNCIL LOUISVILLE. KY SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1917 schools and sectarian or denominational institutions shall bo so open, notorious and complete that there will bo no room for doubt that tho common school is absolutely free and from tho influence, control domination of the sectarian institution or school. It is unlawful for or the Trustees of a common graded or educational institution, supported in whole or in part by public funds, to enter into any con tract, agreement or arrangement, through or under which such school or educational institution may bo brought directly or indirectly under tho influence, control or supervision of any denominational or sectarian institution or school." Attorney General Logan says the State has had great difficulty in preventing sectarian schools from taking over tho public schools in communities whero such sectarian schools exist, but this does not in any way refer to or involve Catholic schools. Tho court has mado its interpretation of tho constitution bioad enough to prevent any sort of relationship arising between tho common and sectaiian schools. OVERCOATS MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S :i 1 B. I. P. diocese mourns the death of another of its oldest priests. Revered by Jiis church, ho was loved by all who knew him and (his name was the synonym of truth, sincerity and. trust. Wo can only say wo have never known a moro beautiful character than Father Bachmann, whoso personal friendship wo havo known .and cherished for many years, and whoso kindly interest and words of encouragement long ago endeared him to us. May perpetual light shlno upon him. Father Bachmann is dead and the ., I v i. $9.75 $12.75 VALUES TO $15 00 VALUES TO $20.00 1 i: II. ,. rnyr.,., -- rr it - ...r,'-- .. ,: rT.r -- rnliri. ,,,,, . MILITARISM COMING EVENTS. DEAF TO PEACE. :: I w . Ing in Texas, will arrlvo soon to spend a few days with Miss Irone Miss February 12 Lincoln day social McCabo in tho Highlands. GIVE PUBIilO FACTS. for St. Ann's church, at St. Ann's McCabo will accompany Miss Smith to her homo in Chicago for a visit Hall, afternoon and night. Councilman M. J. McDermott February 3 Euchro and of several weeks. struck tho proper keynote in offerlotto, Young Ladles' Sodality of ing a resolution asking for a report Miss Margaret Hogan entertained St. John's church, in school hall. with a theater party on the gas question, and which Is $ Keith's February 16 Euchro and lotto Wednesday afternoon in athonor of of vital importance to every houseby St. Louis Bortrand Church Debt Miss Ethel W. Logan, :: JNTJiiW of Moores-vlll. holder In tho city. Tho public deand Building Fund in Bertrand Ind., those In the party being ; NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON Hall, afternoon and evening. serves to know whether there will Misses Norlno Riley, Mary Bullen, February 15 Lotto of St. Aloy-sl- Joslo Anderson, Ethel W. Logan and bo a repetition of tho gas failure Valley) in Margaret Hogan. church (Peweo of this past week, which caused so Gambrlnus Hall, afternoon and much suffering and Inconvenience; dight. In tho presence of a largo gathwill there bo a supply of artificial February 19 Euchre and lotto, ering of friends Miss Mary A. C. K. of A. Social Club, in St. Mar- Endrls and Wlllard L. Cogswell, gas furnished in case tho natural who are well known in New Altin's Hall, evening only. runs out and what rate; were gas INTEREST TO IRELAND. were married Wednesday February 19 enter- bany, 'jjKMSBkBIBMKSSSL pipes laid to ultimately turn saino !5&!SS33S&WIKBb7EHHKi&- morning tainment by young peoplo of Holy Mary's with nuptial mass at St. t over to tho Standard Oil Company 'The conferenco of Colonial Pre'""""""VysSSHBBSfS church, Rev. Father Cross parish. performing tho ceremony. and is tho election of a gas company miers, which will take place in March 18 Entertainment undor of the London some time before tho reas- auspices of Division 3, A. 0. H., in official to tho directorate FOR CATnOLIO MEN. Company sembling of Parliament, promises to St. Patrick's school hall. coincident Standard Oil with tho latter? All of this should be a matter of considerable interest March 18 Entertainment undor Catholic men of Louisville aro inbo threshed out by tho Council to tho people of Ireland. The auspices of Division 4, A. O. H., in vited by tho Knights of Columbus M. B. KENDRICK. to attend tho retreat to bo given exception Bertrand Hall. committee and the public mado Colonial Premiers-withoApril Feast of Na under their auspices next week at Attorney M. B. Keadrick, of aware of tho entire facts in tho favor homo rule, and it is quite pos- tions by Trinity Council in club tho the Tho retreat will Cathedral. case. sible that they will suggest a full house. v open Wednesday evening at 7:30 law firm of Kendrick & Kendrick, settlement of tho Irish question beo'clock and will end tho following has announced himself as a candiof April 14 Annual bridge party of Sunday with solemn benediction, date for Magistrate whichtho Fifth WHERE WE STAND. fore considering the question of district, is renewal of baptismal vows and con- Magisterialtho First, Second comimperial federation. It is hard to Junior Circlo of tho Queen's posed of and ferring of tho blessing, llov. Third wards, subject to AND RETURN Tho severance of diplomatic re- see how tho coalition Government tho Francis B. Cassllly, tho distin of tho Democratic party In thoaction Germany and tho could ignore such a suggestion. Tho lations between Aug guished Jesuit educator, will bo tho ust primary. RETURN MARCH 18. MARCH 1, 2, 3, 4. Mr. United States does not necessarily Tories, who aro the power behind eg8aqcgX8apc8ac8sac6CKsag preacher, and the order of exercises Identified with Kendrick has been local Democratic mean war, yet is an emphatic and the throno and who oppose homo will include mass and short instruc ACCOUNT INAUGURATION OF timo and since as tion at 7:30 each morning, with sol politics for some Cleveland campaign unmistakable declaration that mur- rule on principle, will find in tho far back as tho emn benediction and sermon every der and piracy on tho high seas suggestion of tho Colonial Premiers evening. There will bo no services has beon making speeches for his repugnant to tho ideals and a way aro Saturday night, when confessions party's success. Ho believes a Magof saving their faco; they Col. Matt J. Winn arrived will bo heard, and those who make istrate's court the court of tho comconscience of tho United States and can show DAILY that they only yielded to Saturday from El Paso, Texas. homo tho retreat will receive the blessed mon peoplo and that it should havo will not bo toleratod. That and the pressure of tho overseas empire. protection as the 2:00 sacrament at a special mass Sunday the same judicial Mr. 8:10 2:30 that alono is the issue between this It might be remarked that England's Kendrick has Miss Irene McCabo loft Monday morning at 8 o'clock. Tho subject higher courts. attorney for twenty-fGovernment and that of Germany. enthusiasm for federation at this for Chicago to visit Miss Louise of Father Cassilly's discourses will been a practicing .Morning Afternoon Monilne years and if elected will bo as follows: Wednesday evening, ive Thero is no division . of opinion time is wholly duo to the bankrupt Smith. bring that knowledge and experi"Vision of Things Unseen;" Thurs- ence of law to his court. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars. among tho peoplo of this country. condition of her treasury. The debt Mrs. Rose Ansbeck was the week day evening, Blblo an As ono man they will uphold the piled up by this war would be too end guest of Mrs. H. H. Woods In plete Charter "ThoReligion;" IncomDining Service. Friday of E5; ML course of tho Administration a heavy a load to carry when the Oakdale. OARDDTAL FALCONIO DYING. night, "The Bride of Christ." There .il htnnoicra aro allowed at Wash is every reason to expect this to bo courso dictated by honor, by con- work of rebuilding her industries ington on tickets to Baltimore, Phllndcl- Miss Allno Clifford was last week ono of tho greatest retreats ever Thursday morning's Associated science and by humanity. Tho peo- and extending her trade begins, and tho guest BmUM&lmmMM t'"' Ncw York ana otnei eastern ciues. of Mrs. D. M. Cooper at given here. Father Cassllly is a Press dispatches from Rome brought ple of tho United States want to sho is looking to imperial federation Ellzabethtown. member of one of Louisville's old the sad news that Cardinal Diomedo Ticket Ofnco Fourth and Market. bollovo with President Wilson that as a means of distributing the war Falconlo, Prefect of tho Congregaand well known families. John Qulnn, of San Francisco, Phones Main 230, City 230. pay debt over tho widest possible area; tion of Religious Affairs, and for tho German Government will Delogato mer Apostolic JLICKIN COUNCIL. in tho regard to tho ancient friendship In other words sho mado tho war, has beon tho guest of Mrs. Mary .1. AV12ST, District Passenger Agent. T. Carroll In Jeffersonvllle. United States, was at tho point of between tho German peoplo and our but sho wants tho colonies to pay. The attendance at tho meeting of death, and that Pope Benedict had own, and the nation likewise will It is doubtful, however, if tho col Tony F. Roselle, tho hatter, was Mackin Council on Monday night sent him his apostolic benediction. ba loth to bellevo otherwiso until onies will take kindly to a scheme among tho Louisville visitors in was very gratifying to tho officers, Caidlnal Falconlo was born in 1842. who reported progress in all the Ho was appointed Apostolic Dele"Our Passengers Aro Out Guests'' actual overt acts against tho peoplo that will lncreaso their financial Now York City the past week. works of tho council. Upon all gate at Washington in 1902, and in of tho United States havo been com- burdens and at tho same 'time curMiss Josephine Fitzgerald is visit- sides thero is a growing interest 1911 received the fed hat. mitted. Whether or not tho sever- tail their liberties in some' impor- ing in Memphis, Tenn., tho guest of in tho coming Lenten retreat under Just oeioro going to press cable her aunt, Mrs. Maurice Keane. ance of diplomatic relations leads tant particulars. Mackin's auspices for tho young grams announced that Cardinal Falmen of tho city. Actlvo work will conlo had passed away. to armed hostility, tho Government Miss Rose Kahoe is ill with a soon bogin on tho spring minstrel has spoken for tho peoplo of tho VILLA MAKING GAINS. severe attack of grip at her home, show, which It is said will surpass FATnEU KALAIIER MPROVES. If yon want expert service Just call us up. Wo havo never beon out United States in vindication of 617 East Elm street, Now Albany. anything Mackin has undertaken. of dyes for ono moment sinco tho war begun nnd aro thoroughly From tho success that Villa and Catholics right, honor and national dignity. and Secretary Will Buckel was elated equipped to handle every description. You can rest assured Misses Mary and Olive Winn will over tho heavy receipts, which will throughout the city and State will If you need dyeingall work of his bandit followers aro achieving wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Parcel Poet in overrunning and looting Mexican bo hosts on February 20 at a mask materially help in reducing tho in- bo much pleased to know that Rev. Service. SPECIAL SESSION. territory, It would seem that tho ball at their home on Fourth street. debtedness for improvements to the John D. Kalaher, pastor of St. Columba's church, is improving club house. Gov. Stanley has called tho Ken- Carranza Government was not makMiss Katherino Coll, East Maple slowly at St Joseph's Infirmary, tucky Legislature to meet at Frank- ing a very credltablo display of street, Jefforsonville, was last week whero he has been a patient for MISSION AT ST. PAUL'S. soveral months. fort on Wednesday, February, 14, efficiency. There is llttlo assuranco the hostess for tho Camp Flro Girls. INCORPORATKD. iRov. Eugene O'Donohoe, pastor of for tho "solo purpose of consider- that tho First Chief is In any posiMiss DOWN WITH GRD7. left on St. Paul's church, 1022 ing tho subject of revenuo and taxa- tion to give protection against bor- Saturday Annlo McGill BOTH PHONES 426 S. Fifth St. 2635. to spend ten days at Palm Jackson street, has arranged South Louisville, Ky. for a tion," and it is to be hoped tho der raids and outrages, by these Beach, Fla., before going to New mission to Col. Michael O'Sulllvan, editor of be given at his church Yofk. solons will work for the solo lawless marauders. by tho Passlonlst fathers from Feb the Shelby Sentinel and well known ruary of enacting such laws as will inclusive, in Louisville, was able to be out 4 peoplo seen in New rnmino25 to March ohniiid nro,r again Tuesday after a week's illness Louisvlllo in ANSWER INSINUATIONS. moot with tho approval of the peopast week were J. J. Fitz ono of tho Tnf fhta York tho in tho 1t'10 Brip at his homo great missions of tho plo and extricate Kentucky from a The of this gerald, J. W. Oilman and S. H. year. Tho ordnr of oxnro.lflm nn il kmiuiuj vuuui. moiiuyuiio, Ford. condition that retards its progress country regulations will bo announced later. have answered the vile and SOON ON DUTY. in all directions. With only one nasty Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bohne, insinuations of the of question before them, revenuo and IMPRESSIVE CEREMOXT. press in regard to hyphenates, Seattle, are hero visiting Mr. and James Carroll, Desk Sergeant at taxation measures, our legislators etc., by pledging their unswerving Mrs. I. H. Holzhelmer in has almost reWe're Prepared to Do It Promptly The Convent of tho Good Shep- police headquarters,operation lio un should enact laws that will meet support ito covered herd on Eighth street was the derwent from tho President Wilson and and in First-Clas- s Style. ago at St. Jothreo weeks our requirements and bo lasting, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jennings, who eceno of a very solemn and im- seph's Infirmary for appendicitis, their adopted country. pressive ceremony Thursday mornand thus earn their "ten per." Any have been located at Commerce, and will soon bo able to resume his other course would hurt tho State Tho people of this city heartily Miss., since fall, are here on a visit ing, when two novices mado their duties. profession in the Magdalen order to relatives. government and should relegate approvo tho resolution Introduced received and one postulant the ST. COLUMBA'S. by Councilman McDermott Tuesday them Into oblivion. Miss Florenco Exner has been en- habit. Right Rev. Bishop O'Donag-hu- e was present and presided at night calling for an investigation of tertaining aa her guest Miss Ruth "Brides of Iona." a charminK and Two DEFINES SCHOOL STATUS. tho present condition of tho gas Fertig, of Stithton, whom sho re- tho ceremony. Rapids, young women musical operetta, will bo t Mich., Joined from Grand supply in Louisville. Lot tho inves- cently visited. tho ranks of the postulants tho last presented by tho Iona Club next Rulings of tho Kentucky Depart- tigation be thorough Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Tuesday and Thursday nlghta in and tho report Mrs. William Mackey, who visited week in January. ment of Education and the Attorney bo the school hall, Thirty-fift- h and public. While just to tho her son, John Mackey, in Jefferson-vlllmade Circulars, Dodgers, Etc Market, for tho benefit of St. General's department in regard to corporations. Councilman nOLY CROSS. McDerlias returned to her home In Columba's church. Tho cast inarrangements between local and Dance and Wedding Invitations mott never overlooks tho interests Dayton, Ohio. An election of officers for the cludes somo high class talent and public schools and church schools and welfare of tho masses. Holv Nnttifi Ror.lfttv of Holv firnRS assures an excellent production. a Specialty. Miss Clara Corbett, who has been have been upheld by the Court of visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. church, held last week, resulted as General admission will bo only twenty-fiv- e Appeals, which directed an injunccents. HOME PHONE 946. Samuel Gompers, President of tho James n. Corbett, in Now Albany, follows: Joseph Deeken, President: II P. J. Scahnell, Vice President; Tony tion restraining the Powell county American Federation of Labor, sent has returned to St. Louis. BERTRANDS VS. ST. JOSEPH. Gerst, Secretary; Barney Campbell, Trustees from using any part of a cabled appeal for peace to tho Treasurer: Albert L. Mlms and brldo havo The pastor, cnaries Tnouon, Marsnai. Stanton Collego, a UpIted Presby- German Trado Union head. Why Capt Edward McGrath will lead the Rer. Celestlno Brey, school pur- not also to tho British Trado Union returned from their wedding trip is Spiritual Director. This society his victorious Bertrand terian Institution, for baketball and aro at home to their friends at has been a pronounced success and team to poses. &1& Bardstown next Friday It came out In the proof head? ORlSISI STREDET. queer 2317 West Walnut street. does somo Sain Its membership now extends into night to play St. Joseph College and that the President of tho college se- things. Another defeat might again i tho local boy predicts victory now the hundreds. Miss Marcella Coll returned from cured the teachers for tho public restore his senses. that his star center, "ShonaB" the Indiana Stato University last school rooms and Incidentally that Heffernan, has recovered from his PROMOTED. week to spend her midwinter vacathe County Board of Education had Louisville should have the Fed- tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. BAPTIZED BY CHAPLAIN. Upon tho recommendation of a Injuries and will be back in the fcojn aa rttutka Ira ' board of examining officers, Henry pame. yrtpara taam for Ufa.tbt WW a contract to pay tuition to the col- eral armor plant. The elte here John P. Coll, in Jeffersonvllle. Sunday aftornpon at tho Convent J. Grail, son of Louis Grail. 2536 lege for county high school pupils, has every natural advantage, ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE LOTTO AND LUNCH. avenuo, , Invitations nre being Issued for of tho Good Shepherd, Eighth and for which reason patrons of other while are resources are well nigh the marriage ot, Miss Mary Zimmer- Griffithsrank of has been promoted to the Corporal in the lia W. Broadway, XxlsTlUa, Xy. The Ladles' Sewing Society of St. Madison, thirty girls wero baptized denominations objected to sending Inexhaustible. man, daughter of Joseph Zimmer- United States Marino Corps. Cor-- Joseph's Orphan Homo will enter by Rev. Father Vantroostenborghe, Condvctad by tha Xaverlaa - tain Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 to the Presbyterian man, of New Albany, and Edward poral Grail enlisted with tho soltheir children Classical, Bu1bS5 Sclaatlflo aad Severing of diplomatic relations J. Raverty, which will be solemnized dlers 'of the sea in Chicago on Aug- - o'clock with a lotto and lunch at tho chaplain. Thursday morning Courses. Preparatory The opinion was rendered school. received their first holy SwlBuglB Pool. Well Bjulpped QywSH this class with Germany does not necesearlly Tuesday, February 20, at St. Mary's ust 10, 1915, and was recently the orphanage at Crescent Hill. by Judge Carroll, who says: He is now stationed at mission will be only fifteen cents, communion, following which the church. "The Constitution contemplates mean war, but unless greatest oare maoranmnt of confirmation was ad Norfolk, where he is aw<lng orders and those n resent will enjoy a ministered by the Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghue, Bishop of Louisville, Miss Louise Smith, who is visit- - to go to sea or abroad. that the separation between common Ma takea we my expeet'grlm results. pleasant afternoon. 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W"I H"l"W"I"t"H"i"H-' and Embaimers Homo City 209S BOTH IH02VES. ji -- VWWVVVVVVWVVVWVVVWWVVWSV'VV HOaiE PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I mmw9m GRAN W. SMITH'S SON JAL. S. SMITH, 822 Ea.st JSH&Ixsl street. VWWWWWWWVWVVWV4VWV PROP. i Funeral Director and ' Embalmed BOTH PHONES 810 SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. Home Phone Shawano 484 i RATTERMAN I CS!StrFol! SCANNELL f INCORPORATE). Independent Funeral Directors and Embaimers 3101 WEST BROADWAY CITY MANAGER PLAN. tfr Cumberland, West 11 H.B0SSES0N and Rev. John Cavanaugh, C. S. C, President ot Notre Dame, has been delegated to appoint a committee of Funeral Directors seven who will make plans for the establishment of tho city manager form of government in South Bend, Embaimers. ind. H. W. Waite, City Manager of Dayton, Ohio, addressed a mass meeting in South Bend at which Father Cavanaugh presided, and exTelephone 1022. plained tho possibilities of the com mission and city manager scheme 'As Ner to You as tbe Nearest Phone or government. Resolutions wore drawn at the meeting authorizing select the Oar Special $3.00 Spray Father Cavanaughwilltoin turn choose committee, which, 100 Oar Special $5.00 Wreath work.local cltlzenB to aid in the The largest values In FuneK. OF O. CHARITY BALL. ral Flowers ever offered in LosUvllle. both For prompt delivery call phone. ?23 na(5ifut muunu ww H0WE& JMQP feurih Hkh LoulrHir "FJowera telegraphed everywhere." assured. There will be competitive drills between the Catholic Cadet Corps fro mabout tho city. Out of the proceeds of this ball a free employment bureau Is conducted on Lexington avenue ami a hospital for consumptives is maintained. The Knights of Columbus of New York City will give their annual charity ball at Madison Square Garden next Friday and with a membership of 15,000 a largo attendance is church is to think of tho oldest, tho most veneraoio and the most powerpreferenco in business dealings 'would seem at first blush to admit ful religious institution existing among men," once wroto tho fam but one answer. CuBtom has alous writer, William Winter. In tho most mado it a law to favor our New York Herald. "I am not a own, conditions being equal. When churchman of any kind; that a Catholic enters business iho very Is my misfortune; but I am naturally expects that his conscious of a profound obligation will glvo him their patronage, and as a gcnoral rule we beof gratitudp to that wise, august, austere, yet tenderly fauman ecclelieve they do. This is understood thoroughly by siastical power which, who do amid vicissitudes of human affairs not expect trade which they know and provident of men of learning. is subjected to religious preference. Imagination and sensibility throughHaving admitted theso facts, says out tho world, has preserved tho tho Catholic Advance, wo aro unliterature and art of all tho cenable to go as far as some, who appear to think that it is sinful not turies, has mado architecture the living symbol of celestial aspirato trado with Catholics whenever possible. tion, and in poetry and in music has If customers have duties heard and has transmitted tho auof loyalty toward their thentic volco of God. tradesmen, it must not be forand all our gotten that thoso who offer their "I eay that I am not a churchman; but I would also say that the wares for sale havo obligations, too. other brands Religion can not blind a housewife's best hours of my life have been eyes to tho dark patches on her ap hours of meditation passed in the glorious Cathedrals and among the ples, or make her forget that a $2.50 grades, $1 48 sublime ecclesiastical ruins of Engnickel saved Is a nickel gained. It $3.00 grades, $1.98 land. I have worshiped in CanterIs always a treacherous thing to bury and York, in Winchester and rely solely on religion for patronage. grades, $2.48 $3.50 Salisbury, In Lincoln and Durham, Honesty, courtesy and fidelity to promises count more than "going in Ely and in Wells. I have stod $4 00 grades, $2.98 In Tintern when tho green grass to the samo church." "Why do priests glvo their work $4.50 grades, $2.98 and tho white daisies were waving to a Freemason rather than to a in tho summer wind, and have $5.00 grades, $3.48 practical Catholic?" asks one indiglooked upon thoso gray and russot nant subscriber. There may be many walls and upon thoso lovely arched NOW AT casements among tho most grace reasons. Perhaps tho Catholic does not advertise in his own paper, ful over devised by human art round which the sheeted Ivy droops, whereas the Freemason, wiser in his of generation than tho children and through which the winds of light, keeps his name where ho heaven sing a perpetual requiem. knows tho priests will seo it. Or "I have seen tho shadows of evenperhaps some particular Catholic ing slowly gather and softly fall over tho gaunt tower, the roofless did not give satisfaction when employed by one priest and this fact nave, tho giant pillars and the shatThird and Market. was known when tho tlmo for other tered arcades of Fountains Abbey, work came 'round. in Its sequestered and melancholy The Advance has no hesitation in Rlpon solitude, where ancient declaring that Catholics (and we dreams in it ho spacious and vordant Include priests) will choose their valley of tho Skell. I have mused own whenever they aro ablo to do upon Netley, and Kirkstall, and ! SOCIETY DIRECTORY so. They will even stretch a point Newstead, and Bolton, and Melrose, or two In favor of a reliable Cathand Dryburgh; and at a onidnight olic. But they lefuse to bo Imhour I have stood in the grim and posed upon, even in tho name of gloomy chancel ot St. Columba's A. 0. H. religion, and they can not bo blamed Cathedral, remote In tho storm-sweTho general sentiment for that. Hebrides, and looked upward DIVISION 3. to tho cold stars and heard that "business is business" merits tho voices of itho birds of night mingled First and third Friday, Hibernian our approval, , and It will not be seriously asserted by anyone that with tho desolate moaning of tho 0 Homo, Portland. our brethren In the faith havo a sea. President John J. Riley. monopoly of the business sense. "With awe, with reverence, with Vico President Tim O'Leary. many strange and wild thoughts, I Recording Secretary John MarINCREASE IN STRENGTH. havo lingered and pondered in thoso tin. haunted, holy places, but one reSecretary John ' J. Financial Dr. Felix Gaudln, Supreme Presimembrance was always present Knights of tho remembranco that It was tho Broderick. Daniel J. Dougherty.' dent of the Catholic tho work of Treasurer America, reviewing Roman Catholic church that creSergeant-at-Arm- s Begley. Pat that order for tho last half of the ated thoso forms of beauty, and Sentinel Thomas Noone. year 1916, notes a steady and breathed into them tho breath of a growing increase in membership. divine life, and liallowed them forDIVISION 4. ever; and thus thinking, I havo felt Several new branches 'have been ortho unspeakable pathos of her long Meets second and fourth Mondays, ganized and in many others there were .substantial increases, a numexiles from tho temples that her Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. passionate devotion prompted and ber liavlng almost doubled their President Thomas Lynch. membership. The Ceremonial Comher loving labor reared." Vico President John J. Barry. authorized by tho Supremo Financial Secretary Thoma3 J mission, held In Louisville last May, Council LANSING OBJECTS. Langan, 807 West Oak. has completed its work and preRecording Secretary Martin pared a ritual that will make initia Secretary of State Lansing has tions hereafter very Interesting sent to Carranza a communication Treasurer John F. Burke. This work has tho approval of tho in regard to certain provisions Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Director, tho Supremo Spiritual which It has been proposed to inMost Rev. James H. Blenk, Archclude in the new Mexican constituSentinel M. J. McDermott. bishop of (New Orleans, who has tion, and pointed out that tho enactment of tho samo may provo "no hesitancy in predicting that it Y. M.I. will provo an abundant sourco of cause for diplomatic entanglements pleasure and edification to tho with other countries than the United growing membership of our noble States. Tho Washington Post, com MAOTCIN COUNCH, 205. order. menting editorially on this question, Meets Monday evenings at Club says: House, 344 North Twenty-sixtHONORS FOR BISHOP. "Tho purblind , policy of First President S. O. Hubbuch. Chief Carranza is working efSnnilnv siftfirnoon. March 18. at fectually for the further demoralizaFirst Vico 'Presldentr William the Poll Theater, tho citizens of tion of Mexico. His proposal to A. Link. of Second Vice President Raymond Washington, D. C, irrespective discrimlnato against foreigners, to mbA nr niiflnnnlltv. trill rive a tmb- annul all property rights of for- E. Schott. eign persons and corporations and Financial Secretary William G. lic reception in honor of Msgr. Russell, who has Been appomiea to arrogate to himself tho power to Duckcl. reexpel any foreigner, without Robert Bishop of Charleston, S. C. Recording Secretary course, is a blow at Mexico. It is Morris. RETURNS TO CHARGE. in effect a repudiation of Mexico's Treasurer George J. Thornton. obligations to tho outside world, Marshal Josoph Hohman. r. The Rov. D. I. Donohoe, O. P., and It necessarily puts all nations Morris Inside Sentinel of Springfield, who spent several on guard against lending any aid to weeks at St. Joseph's Infirmary and Mexico while Carranza is at the Outside Sentinel James Hill. underwent an operation, was ablo head of affairs. Carranza's 'reforms' this week to return to his charge, do not specifically repudiate the APPROVED BY CARDINAL. whero a hearty welcome awaited rights of foreigners, but they would him. bo just as effective as if they did. Cardinal O' Oonnell has officially Ho would require all persons and approved tho Boy Scout movement CARD PARTY. corporations holding concessions of for Catholic boys throughout the lands to apply for now concessions Boston diocese. Members of St. John's congregaIn order to protect tho rights altion will give a card party and enready acquired. This would place INTO TID3 NAVY. school tertainment in St. John's them all at his mercy, and if they hall, Clay and Walnut, on Monday were not ready to do his biding or Three Louisville boys, anxious and Tuesday. Tho proceeds will go comply with his demands, financial and otherwise, their property would and ready to servo their country, en- to found a building fund. All who bo lost. It was high tlmo that tho listed Tuesday at tho local naval attend aro assured a pleasant time. ClarUnited States should protest against recruiting station. They are years PETITION FOR IRELAND. tho plan to hold up all foreigners ence Lawrence Duffy, twenty street; owning property in Mexico. Other old, of 972 South Preston eighteen years old, of Senator Kern, of Indiana, has nations, It is observed, aro also en- Edwin Duane, tering protests against Carranza's 808 West Jefforson street, and submitted In Congress a petition high handed methods. Ho is earn- Charles Johnson Eversole, nineteen from citizens of his State asking ing tho opposition of the very pow- years old, of 727 Fehr avenue. Their the United States to uso its friendly ers that would bo disposed to aid final examination will take place at intervention and power when peaco negotiations are under way to him, and hence ho is courting his Cincinnati. bring about recognition of tho Indeown downfall as well as postponing DRYS ADMIT ALTAR WINE. pendence of Ireland. tho day of peace and order in Not only the AntKSaloon League Mexico." prohibition bill, but also that fosSUCCESSFUL MISSION. tered by the Women's Christian DANISH WEST INDIES. Temperance Union before the ColTho mission given for in Now York City by Rev. There are 10,000 Catholics In the orado Legislature amply protects Danish West Indies, bought by the the Catholic church on the question Fathers Bertrand L. Conway and United States. The islands may be of importing altar wine. While the James M. Gillis will close tomorrow carriers to in St. Patrick's Cathedral. During called the Dewey Islands, after the law lorbids common late Admiral Dewey. The Admiral's bring it in, a man can go out and the two weeks there Tiave been servbring liquor in himself. ices at 12:10 noon and 8tp. m and widow la a Catholic. think of the Roman Catholic Cut Price Tho question of. whether Cath- PHONE CITY 859. olics should civo to Catholics their I &; NONE PURER NONE BETTER F.-F- . X. L BEER Service?" Sure. EITHER PHONE, Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Ml IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE pos-Bib- ly I Sale A Case of Good Judgment. self-center- ed ,;r: iuiuie I Order a Case ef FALL1 CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the creat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. 1 Trousers I I Cumb. 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GERMAN BANK r Who Fears to Speak of ri iri ti r t! Mul-lane- y. r T, f'y'T' isv. vrVM r -- Easter Week? . -1 rnr Sl .iv Dig-na- n. jRliwfllfifi If jrirrftt1' JU3T PUBLISHED THE BOOS OF THE 7ESXOS. The best written account of tba Rebellion, Us Hlsto-y- . Causes and Leaders. Completely documented, calmly and dispassionately written by men and women Intimate with Irish affairs, and friends of tho Dead Patriots. The Irish Rebellion of 1916 and Ita Martyrs 427 pages; 46 illustrations; J2.B0 net; postpaid $2.70. $2.60 net; postpaid 12.70. H i Rogers Church.Goods Co. 129 S, FOURTH h. AVE. Fifth and Market Sts. over 60,000 attended during the two weeks. Question boxes were depos- FRED EKHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. ited at tho end of the alslo and bequestween fifty and Boventy-flv-e tions were asked daily by tho attending tho services. ANNOUNCE INCREASE. hon-Catholl- cs Corner Fourth and JefTersM But-time- An increase of 25 per cent, in tho grazing fees on all national forests will bo made for the season of 1917, according to tho plan just announced by Secretary Houston. It was originally Intended to make the increase 33 3 per cent. 1-- Poor Inventors, Attention. If you haven't money enough te patent ) our invention, let us secure a partner for yon. AU correspondence treated strictly confidentially. International Association, Suits 203-20- 4 Bldg., Omaha, Neb. Inventors' McCague OAliiLG FOR OHJORJA. With the beginning of the now year the Catholic Church Extension Society had nearly a hundred requisitions for ciborla to take caro of, but thanks to the generosity of a fifty-eighht 4QUAKER MAID' INCORPORATKD Clean Grocery Stores. number of Catholic people has been t. able to reduce this number to "The Beat For Less." Will you not try to help us Orders for ?1 or moro delivered remaining fifty-eigtake care of these requisitions this month? A to any part of tho city. gift of ?15 would take caro of one reouest. while a gift of $100 would BROS. send six ciborias to a like number. of missions and also Bend a set of IMPORTERS altar linens and a set of altar cards to some poor missionary. DonaFINE WINES AND LIQUORS. tions may be sent to tho Catholic Church Extension Society, 750 Distillers and Wholesale Dealbuilding, Chicago, Rl. ers in Finest Barnds of Ken HERRMANN ck RUSSIA. ple to populate Great Britain, Germany and France, with considerable tucky Whlsklet, especially. In Russia there are enough peo- Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. 234 S SIXTI TdkM1943. STHCT number left over. JeaaXtTUO-qZ- IRISH HHUllei lilllllim M A2S&JBJtXCA3S. MM Il IIWIM isi HI. II IW .If - - HERMAN STRAUS rOURTH AVEMUI SONS (g MARKET STREET . ? &i iHCOXPOffATtO SlBAffijasoij We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. We Give and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. Men, Anticipate Your Needs and Buy Right Now NEW SILK ARRIVALS ' W - fe. MANCHESTER Women who have in mind the new spring wardrobe will .... ..... finrl it-... inct-riirfit- before making any definite arrangements. Here are some exquisite new colors and patterns to be had at prices: very-moderat- ...Ui. r V.UIITV. f- mwon iv viaif- vii -- Ulin. Q!1L 11.U1 UllClll rn.n.-i...- t SHIRTS 1 J Z I Bff8Byj?flWiwr J 5 m AT AT 89c EACH 89c EACH RIDING SURF HORSES. 5 At Palm Beach, Fla., tho new sport for society men and women The action of the waves makes Z Is riding wooden horses In tho surr. the sport most exciting as well as laughable. RECENT DEATHS. x, IMGflTS By tho death or Thomas Korn, 2013 Lytle street, aged eighty-siSt. Anthony's church loses another Late News That Will Interest of its pioneer members. Surviving Members Here and Else- him aro two sons and one daughter. where. The funeral was held Monday morn- 0H0IMBD5 2 5 S Shantung Silks; tho latest fad in shantungs, natural ground with tho newest colorings in stripes and coin spots; it Is 32 inches wide and tho price, per yard is 1.35 Silk Shirtings; nn extra quality with all tho nowest combinations of stripes in bright colorings; suitablo for men's shirts and women's waists; 32 inches wido and selling at, per yard. . ,?1.25 Georgette Crcpo; in all tho now colorings for both street and oven- Ing wear; 40 inches wido and selling at, per yard $2.00 Georgette Crepo; in a good lino of colorings for spring, including ... ..,4 . 4?A.W Aft 4nhta wfrln nvnnlnf ahnrina rtn ...mw muu nrlnA Uw JJ.1VVU nf pUi JUIU. 4t, Tussah Silk; a full line of colorings in all tho light and dark shades; also suitablo for underwear; 3G inches wido and tho price, per yard, is .45c Tub Silks; a lovely lino; tho ground is whito with bright colored stripes; suitablo for men's shirts or women's waists; 36 inches wido; price, per yard soc Tussah Silk; da a good lino of shades in all tho light and dark .colors; thoy aro 30 inches wido and tho price, per yard, is. .30c Silk Poplin; in a good lino of street shades; also ivory, pink, ugnt oiues ana blacks; tno width Is 3C inches and tho price . nor yard is Colored Mcssallnc; in all tho new plain shades, suitable for spring wear; 36 inches wido and on sale at, per yard $1.35 5 w..0 ., w o-- 5 W 2 t ing, many old friends accompanying the remains to St. Louis cemetery. al HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN 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 cuffs, and the price is 89c each. Now they are real brand new spring patterns and you will find these Shirts Monday morning the funeral of William G. Schiekl was held from St. Vincent do Paul's church. Deyears old and ceased was forty-nin- e is survived by Ills wife, Mrs. Josephine Schiekl. a, son, Ray Schiekl, and two daughters, Misses Josephine, and Suo Shiekl, do whom- - is extended the sympathy of many 1,000 class. ive Louisville will soon enter the DAN J. HENNESSY Louisville Council initiated seventy-fmembers the past year. Initiations held this month add strength to the order in Colorado. Twenty more members have been received into the council at Auburn. N. Y. Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Hennessy & Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS STORE. t I iiP. services that was to have takon place here next Monday has been indefinitely postponed. After an illness of threo months Denis A. McCarthy is to be tho News Notes. Mrs. Elizabeth Klrchdorfor, beloved chief speaker for tho Knights of St. wife of Louis E. Kirchdorfer, was Louis at their Washington birthday Under tho Bi Clock Second and Market released from flier suffering Monday celebration. STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY State Government Supervision. Division 1 will meet next Monday afternoon at her home, 1220 Hull Dr. Robert Emmet Kane, former Besides her husband she Mlssouil street. evening. Deputy, has been leaves one son, Louis Kirchdorfer, blacklisted Stato England Rugs, by and is subDivision 3 will meet next Friday Jr. Her funeral was held from St. ject to arrest if lie visits Ireland. evening. Aloyslus church Wednesday mornFifteen games make interesting ing, Rev. Father O'Grady being the working tothousand membeis aro Good Furniture at moderate prices without trad- - Forty-fiv- e make the charity ball celebrant of the mass. the meetings of the divisions at ing stamps. in Madison Square Garden the most Syracuse. successful over held in New York Where the borne d Whcro work is quickly James Gannon, the Police 'Couit Bailiff Edward brightest; done; son of Mrs. Catherlno Gannon, City. O'Connor, who died last week, was G-REEJNT- E President Wilson, tho Cabinet, the Where tho work avenue, Jeffersonvillo, 724 Ohio n member of Division 4. Whcro cooking fam- memDers or congress, Judges Sunday lightest; real fun; The Ladies' Auxiliary find much died residence, afternoon at the ill- diplomats have been invited to and bo following a long 415-41- 7 pleasure through visits made tho ily EAST MARKET STREET. tho meal Where baking gives de- ness. Ho was a 'bright and promis- present at tho Washington birthday Where members at their homes. cooked best; JlgUt; ing boy until stricken, and for tho exorcises at tho national capital. The Hibernians of Auburn, N. Y bereaved mother there is widespread Gov. Goodrich has been invited to Where tho range stands Where drndgo is out of will celebrate St. Patrick's day with sympathy. sight the test His funeral was held preside at tho Washington birthday a banquet at the Majestic Hotel. Tuesday morning at St. Auugstine's celebration at Indianapolis, when where That's the That's where the Day Parade church, Rev. Fathor Halpin officiatTho St. Patrick's Gov. Edwaid J. McDor-mot- t, "Quick Meal" conies "Quick Meal" come Committee will leport at the meet- ing at the requiem high mass. of Louisville, will be the in. in. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. ing of Division 4 Monday evening. oiator, Quick Meal Ga Ilanges Sold, Iimlnllcd find Highly Ileoomniended Shively, nineteen Mrs. Caroline Military Hall at Gary, Ind., was There will be a big Initiation toFREE SERVICE. morrow at South Omaha, for which years old, wife of Emmet Shively, scarcely big enough tor the Knights 215 the degree team has gotten into ex- passed peacefully away Tuesday who assembled Sunday to witness afternoon at her homo, 512 tho conferring of the second and cellent shape. W. MARKET ST. avenue, another victim of third degrees on a class of eighty The County Board is planning to 1101-0- 3 her candidates. EAST BROAD WAT. put a ball team in the Twin City dread tuberculosis. Besides League and will discuss tho matter husband she leaves a small daughter, her paients, threo brothers and SOCIAL OLUIJ AOl'IVll at the next meeting. place one sister. The funeral Milwaukee Hibernians will hold yesterday .morning from took Philip St. Despite the disagreeable weather BOTH PHONES 2399 their celebration in honor of Ire- Nerl church, Rev. Father Acker-man- n Sunday afternoon a very good atpatron saint at the Auditor land's celobrating the requiem mass. tendance was on hand and three ium on Sunday evening, March. 18. service. We are as Give us a trial for .Jfirst-clanew members were enrolled at the State President William Qordan Friends and relatives feel great meeting of tho Social Club of tho close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and visited Sioux City and addressed the sympathy for Mr. and Mrs. Prank Catholic Knights of America at St. night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable division and its new officers when Richard, 632 North Twentieth The enthusiasm of the annual election was held last Btreet, whose baby girl Dorothy was Martin's Hall. for tho euchre and chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. tho mombers week. claimed by death on 'Tuesday, fol- lotto to be given February 19 The Ladies' Auxiliary of Duluth lowing a threo days' Illness of showed Itself when many members presented tho retiring President, croup. Tho child died while phy- pledged themselves to get anyKathryn Brown, with a handsome sicians, as a last resort, were try- where from flvo to ten prizes beset of silver spoons, butter knife ing to pass a sliver tubo into the sides assisting otherwise in helping SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY and sugar shell. throat so that tho little sufferer to make this event tho most sucThe Hibernians and Ladies' Aux- might breathe. The funeral was cessful of its kind in Louisville. INCORPORATED. iliary at Georgetown, Iowa, are con- held Wednesday, with interment in P. P. Buchhelt, Georgo Glass, Jr., templating plans for a now hall, as St. Louis cemetery. B. Schulten and A. H. Doinst were 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. appointed a comitteo to submit rules their present one Is too small for Arbe-guCmnb. Mala 415 their ever Increasing membership. Horn City 405 Tho funeral of Edwin S. for tho club, as tho membership Is was held Monday morning from growing so large. Tho initiation will President John M. Riley, of Diattake place in tho near future and vision 3, reports that tho St. Pat- St. Mary Magdalen's church, friends. That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a rick's day entertainment is pro- tended by many mourning Mr. and everyone is eagerly looking forward to It. After tho meeting the gressing nicely and that an attend- Deceased was the son of SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED ance record will bo made at St. Mrs. J. B. Arbegust, 833 South Fifth members adjourned to tho homo of street, and had been ill since No- Mr. Deinst, where after having a twice year; Thert MAY COUE a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" Patrick's school hall. For the past throe years delightful time ice cream and cake Mrs. Mary F. McWhorter, Na- vember. mast be spent for sometblag you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the clerk at tional President of the Ladles' Aux- ho had& been information his genial wero served. The next meeting N. depot, where dollars yoa are wasting: Bight keep that "bard time" from ever ccaatag. will bo held tomorrow afternoon at iliary, is to make a trip through tho L. manner in New genoral mado ihlm popular with tho the Hotel Henry Wotterson at 2:15 the South, and will arrive Surviving him aro public. Orleans on February 17. A grand two brothers, Rammer and John o'clock. given reception will be in her Arbegust. CLOSING EUCHRE. honor. oldMrs. Catherlno Goldbach, the Tho closing euchro and lotto of LINCOLN DAY SOCIAL. est member of St. Mary's church, the winter season will bo given unpassed into eterauspices of old St. Louis Tho Young Ladles' Sodality of Eighth and Cedar, Fifth and Court Place. Wednesday morning der tho Debt and the Building Fund Church St. Ann's church will entertain with nal rest early Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. at her home, 120 South Fifth street, next Friday evening in Bertrand a Lincoln day social next Monday where e afternoon and evening in tho school years. sho had lived for Germany Hall. Sixth street, near Oak. The B3 was Arrangements are exCommltteo hall, Seventh and Davlea avenue, ninety-on- e She years born in ago, coming to pecting thoofbiggest crowd of tho games and other amusements to bo whilo still a girl. Sho 1b neason and to that end are planning tho feature. Tako Sixth street car Loulsvlllo by two sons and two survived to have an exceptionally largo num- to door of hall. daughters and a number of grand- Der of prizes. Games will be called was hold at 2:30 and 8:30 sharp. Her funeral children. SUFFEKS nEAHT ATTACK. by yesterday morning"; attended many old friends and acquaintances. SMALL FIRE SCARE. Mrs. Frank J. Ryan suffered a H H 14 IH HI severe heart attack last Sunday at The Beit Straight Whisky On Earth' John Held, employed as machinist Sl3ters and students of Holy Ros her homo, 1736 Boiling avenue, M. J. B1XK0H, LAWRENCE P. 8ANN0N, JR.. J. VEENEMAN, 4 and for several days !her condition and ono'of the most popular men ary Academy, 1327 Fourth avenue, Nashvillo shops, were glvpn P;m. & Htr. Vict Pnt. I Tre. Stutter. scare Tuesday afteranx- In the Louisville & caused her friends " 4- iety. Though still the greatestsho is died Saturday night at his homo, noon, when afire resulting from an very week INCORPORATED Twenty-fourt- h street, of overheated iurnaco was discovered now ablo to bo up in her room and 728 South Besides in tho florlng of tho supply room Sole Owun Registered Dint. No. 32 her attendants feel that eho will a complication of diseases. his wife, Mrs. Sarah Held, ho is on tho first floor. Tho blaze was soon bo fully recovorcd. West Main Street. survived by two daughters, tho quickly extinguished, tho daningo Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 Misses Mary and Gladys Held, and being small. There was no inter' Sewer aad Calrart Pipe, LOTTO. KUCHItB AND two sons, Louis and Edward Held, ference with tho sessions of tho IIoni., City .'JlOl Cuiul.. Suittk 906-Baaaea's Fat eat Lidded Pipe fer Steam Ceadmits, for Whom is expressed heartfelt , Tho Ladles' Social Club of St. sympathy, Tho funeral took Tlaco school. Ceaiag-- Drala Tile, TMxifeed BrkK, Wall , Leo's church, Highland Park, have morning from Holy Cross ST. CECHjIA'S. 1 Fire PreeaBg-- Fine Liaia, Fire Brick arranged for the entertainment of Monday Rev. Father Brey celebrat & church, Rov. Fathor Robert Crwioy, the Grate aad Seller Tile, Greaaa Fire Clajr, Cklwaer jm. a large gathering next Thursday ing the requiem mass. zealous pastor of St. Cecilia's INCORPOItATED. night, when they will give a grand OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON church, who last week was reported euchre and lotto in St. Leo's Hall. 111, Is halo and hearty PASS 50,000 aiARK. and with All the women of the parlMi aro Coal. Quality numi: rnuiiaovii i aa-uoT 't. uuMB.MAin suf. The membership of the Archdio- - the help of Ills assistant priest, Rer. taking an active interest and will finds no trouble in make it pleasant for, those present ceean Union of the Holy Name So Father Fallon, many duties as spir1 WORKS 13h rad Breck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9tk and lOtk. Office and Yard Games will be called at 8:15 o'clock. ciety of New York lias passed the attending his Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue itual head of his large pariarti. Second street oars atop at the Kail. 60,000 mark. FURNITURE GREENE'S HIBERNIANS. There will bo a major degree exemplification tomorrow at Akion. UPSTAIRS Mrs. Mary Strubel, wife of Will- Ohio. The initiation nt Sutton, Nob., iam Stiubel, with the Falls City Brewing Company, was called into was a grand sucess, with visitors eternal rest Monday night at the from all over the State present. Thirty-eight- h State Master William Mumm will 407 ramily home, Besides her husband she have charge of the Initiation of 150 street. leaves several children. Mrs. Stru- candidates at Cincinnati on Februbel was a member of St. Columba's ary 25. church, where Row Fathor Maloney The fourth degree exemplification friends. conducted tho funeral 425 W. 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