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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1917. brought out in tho January number or the Catholic Historical Review, "" by Rev. Joseph Magrl in an article on "Virginia During tho Episcopate of Bishop McGill."t In it the reverend author makes an interesting and valuable contribution to tho annals of Catholic charity in America. Describing the Invasion of Virginia bv tlio vellow fovor. in 1855 he de- -- tails the Heroism or two little known priests who sacrificed their lives in tho cause of charity. "Father Mat-- j of f Norfolk, and thew O'Kcefe, vainer rrancis Jjovnn, oi ho write4. "were Indefatigable in their Attention to the sick and dying pf jail classes and They not pnly gave spircreeds. itual help whenever, possible, but also to a large degree afforded material assistance, bringing to tho stricken and to tho needy money, food, medicines and! clothing. Tho difficulty of obtaining laboreis, who feared personal contagion, obliged both priests frequently to dig tho graves, and with their own hands to bury the deceased Ictlms." Father O'Keefe, In spite of his labors and exposure, lived till 1887 to continue in other fleld3 tho same life of sacrifice which characterized his early sacerdotal years. Not so with Father Devlin. "A martyr's fate," writes Father Magri, "awaited Father Devlin, of Ports mouth. Stricken with tho disease, which he contracted from his attention to the sick, and brought almost to the point of death, his constitution rallied frefm the attack. ARMY ON GUARD, During his convalescence he was REPLICA OF THE nt the foundation of a big New York warned by tho physician in charge The Half Moon, tho reproduction on guard over tho water works, not to resume his labors among the n under tho penalty sailed up tho river which now bears of losing his life. Yet as a priest off Bear Mountain Park, near New ho felt ho could not turn a deaf ear to the sick and tho dying, who1 wore clamoring for assistance both spiritual and material. Accordingly once he was able to leave his room ho Immediately renewed his unremitting labor of apostolic zeal and Again Stands Out Strikingly In the charity. ho gave stricken towith the God his In Prohibition Disguise' Delaymalady, back Long History of the truly devoted soul." ing Much JSeedod Tho church, over, old and over Church. new, in Carthago, in, Alexandria, in Philadelphia and Portsmouth, has ever had charity's eloquent answer Verba Always Characterized Ucr Min- to pagan and cynic and bigot. Words docent, Execpla Trahunt Disregard Wishes of Peoplo For istrations to All Races and Teach, Examples Compel. Fanatical and Mcrcernary C. B. of C. V. Creed. , . --i- Wilkoe I Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVIII. PRICE FIVE CENTS. .nirj i. ii YOUR DUTY Hearing God's Word Essential to Right Living Declares Priest. , INTOLERANCE Georgia and Florida Two States Where Religious Bigotry Flourishes. Washington and Lincoln Advo- -' catcd Liberty, Justice and Fair Plaj . Conversion Movement Making -- J I Father Kaffo Draws Lesson Prom Parable in Sunday's Gospel. j'orts-mouth- ," Our Part to Listen to It as Disciples Rather Than Judges. WHAT DISPOSITION SHOULD Rapid Headway Despite Malign Influence. BE KENTUCKY FEELINli REFRESHING -- , Preaching Sunday at St. Charles' church Rev. Father Raffo, tho pastor, outlined the blessings whlrh come-- to those who hear tho word of God and direct their lives according to dts teachings. Father Raffo said: "Of all the duties of a Christian life there is one with which, espeUNITED STATES cially in our times, we should readPhoto shows soldiers on guard ily comply; that is the hearing of bridge. Soldiers have been placed' tho word of God. Tho good man is distinguished, not by tho exterior subways and all public utilities. body of his actions, but by tho spirit which animates and origin- multitude as If It were addressed to ates them. A good and a bad man him only; should considor that can perform tho same actions, but Jesus Christ speaks to him inditho disposition of tho heart makes vidually by our mouth, and perhaps the discernment. hath sent us hither for his par"Our dear Lord, in tho parablo ticular salvation. Thus with this of Tho Sower and the Seed,' which disposition of earnestness fruit will Is read to you on this, Sexagesima prevail. No matter how enlightened Sunday, Tofers to the different ef- you may bo in other respects, your fects the seed produces, according mental endowments give you no to the soil upon which It falls. Ho title to question tho word of God Interprets this parablo for his apos- onco knowing it to be the word of tles. The seed, He says, Is the word God. It is great, serious and subof God. Tho seed that fell by tho lime, however simple and Imperfect 'wayside,' 'upon a rock' and 'among the manner In which it Is delivered. thorns' and was unproductive, He The church gives to her children the tells his apostles, is tho word of truths as received from her Divine God spoken to those who aro dis- Master and Founder. If with tho posed to bo carried away by the simplicity of a child tho word of InBOOM CELEBRATION. spirit of tho world, which is God is listened to and received, the Instability, grace of the Divine Spirit sensuality, dolence, will O. harassing anxiety about tho things teach many things of which you American a meeting of Division 4, Church History Has H AtMonday evening reports A. wore pleasures, may yet bo ignorant. That samo thexeof, its riches and iler Heroes in the Work made on tho coming Stt Patrick's and y the spirit of the devil, which Spirit will perfect you In that charof Charity. day ceelbratlon, and tho prediction is pi o and ity which beautifies, dilates, exalts was made that tho St. Patrick's day "Tht seed which fell upon good and ennobles the soul. Your heart parado would bo tho biggest in soil, oui Lord says, is tho word will catch the heavenly flaino and history. Presldpnt John M. Riley, which is Hpoken and received by glow with a greater warmth of rea big thoso who hear it with tho proper ligion and piety. A child-llk- o soul, PRIESTS MEET MARTYR'S FATE of Division 3, promised that would delogation from Portland dispositions and produces good and docile, slncero and earnest, will fasting fruit. It is then, my dear learn all things without effort In tho take part in tho affair, and that highest consequence, bosom of Divinity. It- - can not feel his dlTJUJlDAwouldjtteRd the 6:80 iK ' ,J. c "brethren, receive como'clock mass and for you to hear the word of God happier than when it hears tho wonout strikingly munion In a body on Sunday, March Ono fact stands with the proper dispositions. Tho ders of tho Lord proclaimed, his dispositions should bo a sincere and ordinances published and his great and grandly in the long history of 18. Edward Linskoy was obligated earnest desire that the word of truths of salvation expounded and tho church always and In all places to membership by tPresident Thomas heroic charity has characterized her Lynch and Joseph E. Rocho elected God may be profitable to you, with propagated. a pious docility, formed in you you such, my dear brethren. ministrations to humanity. And not to membership. On account of his "Be through realization of the high au- and then tho word of God will only to that portion of humanity studies, Recording Secretary Marthority from which the word comes spread 'from you and you will be which professed her doctrines and tin Mullanoy tendered his resignato you. come a pattern to all the faithful. acknowledged her authority, but to tion, and William P. McDonogh "Tho word which wo announce to Thus may the grace of Christ Jesus all races and all creeds she has over was chosen by acclamation. Short by Thomas Nothing talks were mado you Is not our word, out tho word quicken his word in you, and make been the Good Samaritan. Con J. of Him who sent us. It is there- it a seed of newness of life, fructi- so Impressed tho pagans of tho early Keenan, Jerry Halllhan, y fore your part to listen to It as fying even to the end, till It makes ages as tho unwonted spectacle of Ford, County President John charity shown by tho Christians, William Ansbro. and disciples rather than as judges. Wo you flourish with unfading beautv In the not only toward their own, but to lay before you the rules and de- tho heavenly Paradise." very men and women who ward tho RETREAT A SUCCESS. cisions of the gospel, the laws and persecuted them. Ratzlnger in his ordinances of tho church and the ST. PATRICK'S DAY. rpfront for Catholic Tnen of excellent work "Charities" tells us maxims of tho saints. Wo do not tho speak to you hero our private noThe St. Patrick's day celebration that while tho pagans, duringAlex- Kha itv ntulor ifho Jiusnlcos of tho Knights of Columbus and conducted tions, our prejudices or our own hero this year will bo featured by great plagues at Carthage and Ideas. Truth and not contention has a big parade on Sunday morning, andria, left their dead unburled, the by tho Rev. Francis Cassilly, S. J., place here. This is the house of March 18, the lino of march ending Christians burled them at tho risk will come to a successful close to at their own unity and peace, henco only what at St. Louis Bertrand's church. of The history lives. church is a morrow night men the catneurai. of the grecieu Nearly 1,200 Is Incontestable should bo admitted. vheie a solemn high mass will bo Wo speak In tho name of the read at 10:30 with a sermon by veritable chronicle of heroic deeds Cassilly at tho opening Wednesday and Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghuo. Tho performed by men and women like' night and tho number has steadily r.hurch, which is 'tho pillar ttir Rormons have made ground of truth,' and are tho ex- parade will be under tho auspices Martin of Tours, Elizabeth, Francis, iiPMomi positors of her dogmatic and moral or Division 4, A. O. H., tho officers Clave r, Vincent de Paul, Charles a profound Impression on his hear tenets, which aro tho products of of which will invite tho other Cath Borromeo, John of God, Damlen and ers, wno win receivo noiy cumthe word of God. Tho dispositions olic societies In this city to take the countless uncanonlzed of both muntnn fit Jl STlflClal lliaSS at 8 of sincerity, earnestness and docility part in that parade. , sexes who lived and died in tho o'clock tomorrow morning. In his the service of tho poor, opening sormon Fatner uassiny fertilizes the heart and the mind, the lame and blind and branded modernism as an error, the that when the word of God is MOURN HER DKATH. deaf and leprous. Their conduct, oldest thing on earth. "Tho voice apoken It takes root and produces of others, fruit in patience. The death of Mrs. Catherino heroic to duty to was a matter dif- of tho church," ho said, in part, them. How "But how many are there who, Bradley, tho venerable mother of fact and "has been raised against mouern-Isrwise in their own conceits, consider Mrs. Mary T. Barott. Mrs. Annlo ferent this chronicle of charity from Modernism belles its name, for the preaching of the gospel, as car- Mallon and Mrs. William Hannon, the historically attested attitude of it la hn nldoBt thine on earth- ried on by amplification and exag- all of this city, and James Bradley, tho Calvlnlst preachers In Geneva error. Error is the shadow of truth geration. Tho emotions of holy zeal of Covington, removes from St. who when tho plague broke out re- and has clung to it irom xno anwn aro in their minds studied oratory. John's congregation ono of its most fused to succor tho afflicted, ex- of creation. Error Is constantly Tho annunciation of divine ven- devout and devoted members. Mrs. cusing themselves by saying that owiHnir rninvflnatlon under new geance, as so much enthusiasm. The Bradley was seventy-nin- e years old God had not given them strength to garbs and numes; and religious er pure and evangelical law, they say, and was tho widow of John Brad- do otherwise. ror, no matter now gamea or veucu, Nor was, as we 'nave said, this is but an attack on faith." aro sentiments which come with ley, who died thirty years ago. She propriety from preachers and dl- - had been an invalid for three years heroic charity confined to any ono AWFUL DEATH. vines, but can never enter into tho and has been making her homo time or place. Wo In America have concerns of common life. with her daughter, 822 East Main heroes of charity great as thoso of Following an afternoon of charity "These correspond with tho 'way- street. A natlvo of Ireland, she other lands and ages, but perhaps side, tho rock and tho thorns,' and came to Loulsvillo when a child not so well known. An English work and pleasure Mrs. Louise Kurzondorfer, beloved wlfo of Joare they who, when they hear the and had Blnco resided h?re, faithful traveler In America, a word of God, aro tenderly affected, to every call and leading an Ideal too, has loft an Interesting account seph Kurzendorfor, met with sudden troubled and agitated, conceive life. .Monday morning tho funeral ot his Impressions gained whilo here and awful death Wednesday evenfeeble desires of salvation and somo took place from St. John's, when In his journal of a residonco and ing when struck by an L. and N. Tho train after leaving St. Joseph's Orfaint hope of a future conversion. Rov. Father Schuhmann paid tri- tour in tho United States. But when they retire from hearing bute to a Hfo that had been spot- author, E. S. Abdy, in tho third vol phan Home on Frankfort avenue. ume of this work, describes what Mrs. Kurzendorfer had attended a the word of God they seek to dis less. he learned and saw in Philadelphia. meeting of the Sewing Society and sipate themselves, to divert away a weight of trouble and dejection, "While tho cholera," ho writes, had worked on clothing for tho ATHLETIC CLUB OFFICERS. lmfnro vn1ovinc a pleasant which presses on their souls. They Monday night tho Columbia Ath- "was raging In Philadelphia, eight mix with tho world and engage In letic Club held its annual meeting Sisters of Charity were sent, at tho hour. Bidding her friends good-by- e Us voluptuous scenes; they permit for the election of a Board of Di- request of tho managers from tho unfortunate woman nnstenea to the alms house. They from tho home to eaten an apthemselves to be drawn again into rectors and officers for the year. by proaching city bound street car. the vortex of sensual and vicious Thero was a large attendance and wore subsequently withdrawn habits; they turn their heads asldo, much enthusiasm when Peter n tho Superior's order, their continuWhen n tho center of tho tracks that thoy may not behold the light, and B. D. Brumlevo announced ance not being, as was stated in the that pass the orphanage sho was and thus tho world and tho devil that only $400 had to be raised to letter to tho board, 'in accordance struck by an outgoing L. and N. destroy tho seed which 'was sown. pay off tho entire indebtedness on with the charitable end of the so- train and hurled forty feet. Several "If thero are any here who, in tho club houso property. President ciety and with tho religious retire- peoplo waiting for tho street car this description, discover their own Ben Beckmann occupied tho chair ment and the exercises " of piety hurried to her side and Rov. Father character, let them use every effort and outlined a policy of much ac- peculiar to its members.' Fohrenbach administered the last A still more significant fact is rites while tho crown around stooa to rouse themselves from this dread- tivity for tho coming season. Thero ful condition, which leads to ruin were 3,620 votes cast for Directors, brought out by tho same author with uncovered headf. Sho was at following being and reprobation. Thoy wilt "have tho declared when detailing his impressions of once moved to St. Anthony's Hosevery reason to dread lest tho pa- elected: H. B. Sprlngmann, Edward tho cholera times in Philadelphia. pital, where sho died two hours been tience of tho Lord should at length Fetter, Bon Beckmann, Edward "Whilo tho cholera was Taglng," later. Sunday was to have thirty-ninth be wearied out with giving them a Tobe, H. C. Campion, Peter Leh ho writes a lltlo further on, "the celebrated as tho woman's birthday anniversary, and the heart senslblo to truths, which al man, Edward T. Score, William only ministers who attended at the ways effect but nevor reiorm, ana Dennis, William C. Fox and Ed- hospital to afford religious consola- tragedy camo as the family was prepossibly take from it that force ward Brueggemann. Tho Board of tion to tho patients were the Cath- paring plans for a surprise party Mm. TCiirzondoerf er was convened olic priests, whom no personal con- tnr yay which in a manner impels tho sin- Directors were at once A dreadful and named the following officers, siderations could prevail to quit tho a natlvo of Loulsvillo, and loaves, ner to repentance state And they who fall Into thlB who will bo Installed Monday, night: post assigned them by their senBO besides her nuBDana, nor raumur, of duty. It was the same at the Mrs. M. Bacheler, and a brother, President H. C. Campion. state have become bo because they tlmo of tho yellow fever. I have John Bacheler, of Indianapolis. Mrs. neglected to profit by those favoraVice President, E. J. Tobe. both facts from one of the physi- Kurzendoerfer was a devout member Treasurer B. D. Brumleve. ble momenta when grace opened Secretary W. C. Fox. cians who attended." Here, too, as of St. Charles church and had given for them the path to eternal salvaFinancial Secretary E. Itf. Fet- the author goes on to remark, the much of her life to charity work. tion now they are to them only and reward of charity was the viper's For the bereaved husband ter. empty sounds. venom. Marshal H. J. Dlehlmann. "JBaeh one should listen to the mother there la widespread to the Doorkeeper- - John Braun. Even more striking are the facts word of God announced plague-stricke- HALF MOON SINKS. of tho ship in which Honry Hudson his name, has sunk at her moorings burgh, N. Y. Ohailes Mllllken; Jailor, John R. Pflanz; Judge Police Court, Delos Rogers; Prosecutor Police Court, Hunter Burko or Neal Funk; Bailiff Police Court, Harry Leachman; County Judgo, James P. Gregory; County CHARITY POLITICIANS Motives. Ualy-Bcckha- m Plan to Capture Machinery in Political Coining Elections. MANY CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCING .of-th- , Hen-ness- T-i- pest-stricke- n, a. c, nn Loh-ma- 1 lature had hardly been a day old when it was discovered that tho "dry" politicians wore opposed to any Dew tax laws simply becauso uiey wouia do creauea 10 uov. Stanley and an administration electCaring ed on a liberal platform. not a whit whether the intended tax legislation would help tho people and State of Kentucky, theso prohibitionist politicians pursue their fanatical course, canus neuner whom they help or hurt as long as the causes of prohibition are advanced. Ono of theso dry advocates in tho Senate even objected to an on whisky be intoned in Inr.rf-oscause, as ho said, that might deter the peoplo trom voting against u business which contributed an enormous revenue to tho State of Kentucky. Tho blind zeal of the In nntlv shown in the great moving picture "Intolerance," which was exhibited nore tnis weeit, and it is a pity that our dry advo- .nliu nrnl rnfnrm lirnnlns rein not bo induced to witness this 111m and see themselves on tno screen as tney really are and as they aro judged by tho general public. Another eloment of the prohibition clan Is In evidence at Frankfort now, these differing from tho first mentioned dn this wise: They are supporters of the prohibition propaganda for politics only and their politics just now happens to bo anything to boat or embarrass This the Stanley administration. typo aTe known as the clan, with Gen. P. Haly in tho role of managing director. The plan Is to belittle tho Governor and. his followers and pao tho way for control in the Democratic party, with the object of selecting (tho also ran) as the Democratic nominee for Governor two years honco, as Percy and gotten over that Crepps haven't beforo awful defeat In tho primary beliov-In- g and want to try it out again, that tho growth of tho prohibitionist move will bo a big asset. Tho move is also Intended to help Beckham In his raco and if possible beat Olllo James with some dry leader like Dr. Alexander or Col. P. H. Callahan, and working along that machine is line the now planning to center their attention on tho Sheriff's raco alone in overy county. It is generally understood that the Sheriff can goOffl-a Innir nrnv An BftlArflniT election cers suitablo to tho Interests of his friends, and knowing that tho Haly- Beckham eti'mgtn is anBumaem. to wlltimit lntlri aid the KIOVO to capture the Sheriff's offices is now in order, ana ngnt more in jeuereuu county we have an example. Mom Vina Virwvn n Kttln lull In politics locally tho past week, partly on account 01 tno wonmur uuu partly on account of tho fact that for many prospective candidates Democratic nominations' are tholr announcements awaiting the entrance of the or Brumlove ticket. It is rumored that some of the ticket will be as follows: For Mayor, Ben Brumleve; Sheriff, Dan Russell or County Alex. M.. Woodruff; Seott. MHier; County Clerk, Haly-Beck-ha- m ey Haly-Beckha- m n-- ln wnn-holdln- The special session of the Legis Atherton, Louis Summers, George B. Coder; Clerk Police Court, L. L. Herndon; Coroner, Dr. A. A. Delg. Several of tho above are strong politically and would set a hustling pace in the primary campaign. Next to the office of Police Court Bailiff tho office of Magistrate seems to havo tho call for big fields. In tho Fifth Magisterial district, now presided over by Squire Frank Dacher, thero aro three candidates, former Squire Hoffman, Joseph T. Smith and M. B. Kendrlck, the latter a Democrat of long standing and Head's first opponent for the Legislature. Squire Dacher will probably announce for County Commissioner and would mako a strong candidate. Phil German is a candidate to succeed Squire Wheeler, 'whilo Albert Nisbet and Robert E. Hesslon are candidates in the Eighth Magisterial district to suc- ceeu me I'rogressive incumDont, Squire Ben Scmuman In Samuels. the Sixth and Squire John Cx'Brien In tho Seventh district will bo candidates to succeed themselves, and as both aro universally liked by voters of all factions and parties will hardly havo opposition. Dr. II. E. Mechling, the popular athleto and referee, who wlthdrpw from tho race for County Commissioner in the interest of Democratic hctmony, is being mentioned by his friends as a popular candidate for City Treasurer, hut as ho has been in Omaha on a business trip since February 1 this can not bo veriAs tsated in the Evening fied. Post, Dr. Mechling is deserving of political honors and would mako a strong man on the ticket in the general election. or Commissioners, Peter Leo In tho nation's calendar of heroes this month has two days when the memories of her two greatest men aro honored. Both Washington and Lincoln, among their great virtues, Included that of a passion for truth, for liberty, Justice and fair play. Any schoolboy knows that It was Indeed their very devotion to theso great principles that held them indomitably to their courses when defeat and disaster seemed inevitable. When their birthdays aro celebrated this month much will bo said in eulogy of the two great national heroes, and in tho schools will bo told the old familiar but ever interesting anecdotes of the truthful young George, his hatchet and cherry tree, and the young Lincoln who studied by tho flickering light of a fire in his father's log cabin. It ds well that their great and imperishable services to tho nation and posterity should be commemorated annually In a special way, for when tho nation ceases to be mindful of Its history and best traditions it will have reached tho breaking-u- p point. GoTgiaand panegyrists holding forth on their natal days in every State, in some of them at least they might find that admiration of their principles of love and truth, liberty, justice and fair play Is confined to speech rather than practice. We can well fancy that If ghosts in tho great beyond retain their senso ot humor tho shade of Lincoln would be moved to mirth at hearing theso virtues piously extolled in, for the, great Commonwealthsof. If the shades of Washington and Lincoln could again visit their beloved country and listen to their 4 4 ce, FlofTuarFoP"irir3r-melanchol- y SOCIAL WORKERS NEEDED. Tho Rov. Fredorick Sledenburg, professor of sociology at Loyola University, Chicago, has just completed a series of lectures at Nazareth Academy, during which he pointed out tho great need throughout the nation for social workers. Much of the need for social workers, ho said, could be traced to the factory system. "Tho greatest evil resulting from this factory system Is tho class distinction between capital and labor, and arising from this the woman's problom, which Is not a little ono, since there aro 9,000,000 women wage earners In tho country today." Father Selden-bur- g made a plea that girls Interest themselves In tho problem confronting women and by so doing defend tho nation as effectively as do the boys when called upon to defend it from militaristic enemies from without. CARDINAL STILL OPPOSES. ur g, Philadelphia and- - Baltimore discussed woman suffrage with CarThey dinal Gibbons Wednesday. said that while they were opposed to tho "fomlnlst" movement, and movements, thoy felt othor In the question of voting women should have a voice. The meeting was held behind closed dors. Afterward Cardinal Gibbons was asked If ho had changed in his opposition to woman suffrage. Ho said: "A man does not quickly chango tho views he has held for fifty years." Most of tho women woro disappoint ed, but somo or tnem saia xne cardinal's attitude inclined them to . iir The snokeswomen wore Miss Janet Richards, of Wash TERRIBLE ACODDENT. ington, ana. Airs, saran vonpoy, Responsibility for tho awful Chairman ot tho Social Service Secat tion of tho Federation of Catholic catastrophe Monday evening Women. Thirtieth and Broadway, when five lives were lost and scores of people BISHOP ATPROVES SCOUTS. badly injured, a numbor of whom havo slight hopes for recovery, has Right Rev. Ferdinand Brossart, not yot been determined. Tho poBishop of Covington, has addressed lice department, Southern Railway a loftor in fhn nnfrtnrs nnd neonle of Company and Louisville City Railhis dloceso giving hearty Indorse way officials aro making an earnest ment to tho Boy scout movement. Investigation and will submit the Tho Bishop urges tho fqrmation of results at tho Coroner's inquest, Catholic Scout organizations In the which may Tequlro several days' various parishes of Kentucky. Spe- time. This terrible affair baa cial commendation is, given the aroused the people, who will ineiet Knights of St. John for encouraging on more care or the removal ot the plan among the boys. all 'grade crossings. omvuir-iPMl- CathA delegation or twenty-foolic women from Boston, New York, theso two States are hotbeds of religious bigotry and Intolerance, where elections aro fought out and unfortunately won on an issue of invasion of tho most sacred rights of Catholics. To bo a Catholic in cither of these States implies that ono must possess tho courago of tho men and women who lived, suffered and died for the faith in tho days of the Caesars, of tho Reformation and in thoso dark days of our own country when In certain colonies Catholics were proscribed and persecuted. That Catholics aro actually persecuted in theso enlightened days and in this enlightened land because ot thoir faith is unfortunately true, if reports in tho press may be credited. The Macon Dally Tolegraph gives an account of tho experiences of a Catholic teacher in ono of the public schools of Atlanta, who after being officially exonerated of a slanderous charge that she took Bibles pupils in her from school and burned them in tho stove at tho school, finally was compelled to resign her position because of the intolerable situation created for her by tho dissemination of the slander. In Florida tho spirit of bigotry and intolerance if anything Is worse even than in that State whero tho malign influence of Watson and tho Jeffersonlan seem to be regnant. There a Governor has been elected on a distinctly platform. Yet in that State, wo aro told, the conversion movement is making as rapid headway as In any Stato in tho Union, thirty-fou- r converts having been received In littlo more than a year in While one parish in Peneacola. Florida has not yet Introduced the rack, rope or stake for Catholics, tho trend toward Catholicism there is none tho less proof tnat the blood of martyrs Is tho seed of tho church, for It Is true that persecution begets in tho minds of the a love of fair play and a spirit of Investigation, and that theso in turn bring tho investigator to embrace and champion tho truth. While it is regrettably tho fact that It Is in four Southorn States Georgia, Florida, Arkansas and Misis the souri that Catholic-baitin- g favorltd sport, it is refreshing to note that this feeling apparently has no place in Kentucky. Recently on the occasion of tho one hundredth anniversary of tho Kentucky Stato University that institution conferred the degree of Doctor of Laws upon the Right Rov. Ferdinand Brossart, Bishop of Covington. fact that I non-Cathol- ic anti-Catho- lic right-thinki- ng ' JSCSravCJOKTSr' KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. JD&XSJEX JJMOEmXCAJ&. 1917 ii August Primary ir Mal kdvwctmtmni of kirt AmrktM sad Cafffetka OttelaUy Indorsed by Ancient Order el Halaaa, Yemss Men?! IastKuto nd Catholic Kalfthti of Aairica. KINTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., Incorporate, Puhllrtw vnto4 te tb Social sad INSCRIPTION PRICB, BflWrd ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR m SINQLE COPY 319-2- c AldreM H fUtttr. t tat LBliylWPtWlt M Bttood-ClWtit drera W tin KINTUCnf IMSH AMERICAN, CoamMtHtkM 1 St TWAfraSJ)cOUNCU.il pi r if v j? il fill LOUISVILLE, GllAVK KY. ...SATURDAY, FEBRUARY PACES. so fjHHHKH 17, 1917 CRISIS Right Rev. Bishop Gunn, preaching In tho Cathedral at Natchez, urged citizens to observe tho country's restraining laws, to uphold the right arm of authority and to Itself the Drlzo more than llfo Nation's honor, Its Hag and its principles. In concluding tho Bishop said: "Within tho last few days our country Is brought face to face It has mowith a great crisis. mentous decisions to take: It may We have terrlblo things to do. exceptional tho have witnessed country of a great gieatest and most Insultunder tho ing provocations. That country is country is country that our Now what Is tho duty of America. Catholics to America and to its President now? Now as over, wo owe to our country and Its head self-restrai- nt that tho world always prepares for a good laugh whenever the ladies go "resoluting." May the interfering busybodics learn that social laws aio binding on nobody; but tho commandments of God which forbid tho looting of banks, the crushing of tho weak suppresby trusts, tho sion of children and the hideous scandal of divorce, aro to bo held In honor, oven by the oratorical geysers of petticoat assemblies. pre-nat- al tKgaE,?: ..: ,A . ." '' - . . .j- - -- I .MHIHMk T KLLM1NATK GRADK CROSSINGS. COJHNG EVENTS. HAVE A HEART. loyalty, obedience, confidence, trust Help our and, most of all, help. him know President by letting that wo Catholics stand as a unit with him and for him in this omergency; we are ready to join him in universal military training now, and universal service of his own choosing later on." UNBORN JIAVn IUG1ITS. birth-control Elizabeth Walbaum and Emllc Haldi took place at tho Church of the February 19 Euchro and lotto, Good Shepherd rectorly, tho Rev. performing the C. K. of A. Social Club, in St. Mar- Father O'Dwycr ceremony. Mr. Haldi Is Keeper of tin's Hall, evening only. bride-ele' February 19 enter- the City Workhouso and the and tainment by 3oung people of Holy oung is a charming county. popular woman of the Cross parish. March 18 Entertainment under ALUMNI RANQUET. auspices of Division 3, A. O. IL, in St. Patrick's school hall. The annual banquet of St. March 18 Entertainment under Savior's Collego Alumni held Tues auspices of Division 4, A. O. H in day evening was ono of the moat Bortrand Hall. ATTACK REFLECTS. successful reunions the' association April Feast of Na has ever had. The attendance taxed The stupid and uncalled for at- tions by Trinity Council in club tho capacity of tho restaurant, but Manager Holland and his assistants tack on Assistant Commonwealth's house. April 14 bridge Attorney Loralne Mix by tho Louis- Junior Circle Annual Queen'sparty of handled matteis so systematically Daugh that not a moment's delay ensued of tho ville Herald only serves to empha- ters. size tho malignity of the transit journalists of that foreign-owne- d publication. ct Pre-Lontcn Tho horrible accident of Monday evening, which resulted in tho death of five people and tho injuries- - to two score, makes the elimination of grade crossings a necessity. Of course this would bo strenuously objected to by the L. and N. railroad (which has about ninety such crossings), tho policy of this road being to defy tho wishes of tho people in matters of public welfare. SISTER MARY' JOHN PASSES. A life devoted to religion and tho camo to a Ursuline Sisterhood peaceful end when Sister Mary John, sixty-eigyears old, was called to her heavenly reward Sunday after noon at the Ursuline Convent, Shelby and Chestnut. Sister Mary John was a native of Germany and had been a member of tho Ursuline years, the ordor for forty-fiv- e greater part of the timo being employed as a teacher In the parochial schools of Louisville. For tho past seventeen years sho had been a teacher at St. Joseph's Orphans' Honie. Before joining tho order her name was Miss Catherlno Fella. She is survived by a brother living in Southern Indiana. Funeral services were held in the Convent chapel Tuesday morning, the remains being laid to lest In St. Michael's ht JOHN J. O'BRIEN Candidate For For MA.GrISTRA.TB .SEVENTH MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. feega)efreeeeeeeee4ea)eeeeae tf i matter from a different viewpoint. next Tuesday evening at tho club Brother James, responding to the house, Baxter and Morton avenues. toast "A Question," delivered an ad- Tho committee In charge aro E. dress on the subject of Catholic edu- Shadburne, L. S. Eberle, J. T. cation that was an oratorical gem. Schmltt, H. W. Schlachter, E. Tho hats have been spoken of as "bold in color effects, dar- Prank A. Goher, of tho class of Pracht, F. Bisig, E. Luvlsi, P. m lug In stylo and endless In variety." This description is very 1874, gave a brief outline of the apt, in an epigrammatic sort of way, but gives no hint of tho gen- J. Connelly, C. Metcalfe, R. history of tho organization as well Kalsei, E. Uarraro, B. A. Minster-kett- J uine charm the hats possess. With a collection numbering three a3 personal recollections of tho early and W. P. Hennessy. hundred, and no two hats trimmed alike, one is sure to find days of tho school In responding to something to pleaso. E fane literature While largo numbers of Germans the danger the toast "Memories." Ho told nuQUIETLY WEDDED. of meddling with other people's aro applying for citizenship papers Mrs. John J. Kennedy and Mrs. merous anecdotes relative to tho business. Wo are told not to the English don't show any desire Richard Heaton, visited at Spring- principal speakor of the ovening, The marriago of Miss Mary Nel bother about the straw in our to become citizens instead of sub- field last week, the guests of Mrs. Rev. Francis B. Cassilly, S. J., who son Richy and Charles Faulkner Walter Lcachman. was to havo spoken on "Catholic was solemnized quietly Wednesday Z brothor's eye whllo there is a beam jects. They're too busy trying to Every shape that will bo accepted for spring wear will bo Education," but who stated frankly St. In our own. People who livo in work up a war fury to bother about Capt. Edwaid T. Bright has an that his field had been covered by morning at nuptialMary Magdeleno i discovered in our millinery section this statement covering overy- high mass. The t thing from tho most oxtremo styles to tho conservative models. with glass houses aro requested not to citizenship. nounced the marriage of his daugh- Brother James and Mr. Gehor. In church " Satin, straw and satin, fancy braids, hemp, llzero, braid and ter, Miss Daisy Bright, to George turn ho gave a practical demonstra- bride, who entered with her brother, Indulge In tho pastlrao of throwing Charles Rlchy, wore a white satin P straw combinations are all Included, small, medium and large Ross on Saturday, February 10. tion of tho results of Catholic edu- wedding gown, with t.e conventional t Bizes, Somo people who haven't tho stones. There is an indication In all colors. cation among his classmates and tulle veil, and carried a shower slightest idea of doing any fighting Scripture of how absurd a man Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Bosler friends in Louisville. Judge Walter bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of frfa when straining at a gnat talk and wrlto as flippantly about and children, Courtenay and Mary P. Lincoln, also a classmate of a choral Rita, will leave Tuesday for a visit Father Cassilly, was called upon by the valley. It was beingfull charge while swallowing a camel and so war as if it were a regular picnic. wedding, tho in with relatives In Birmingham, Ala. Toastmaster William P. McDonogh of Mrs. Fred music on. Yet there always seems to be twtwwwwvvMwwwwwmwwvwwwtww Harlg. LENTEN SEASON. and urged upon those present the a fascination in some circles for Miss Katherlne O'Brien left need of Catholic education for tho PARADE ENOUGH. peeping into keyholes of neighbors' Tho holy season of Lent, which Tuesday for her home In Chicago, development of better citizenship. doors and giving gratuitous advico begins next Wednesday and con- after spending two weeks as tho Martin Jefferson Bannon, of the Sergeant Dan O'Sullivan, of the tinues till Easter Sunday, April 8, guest of Miss Adelaldo Crush at class of 1878, recalled somo of the on any and all occasions. Kentucky, now That time comes for every man. The only way to pre- - ;L means to Catholic former teachers, especially the late First In a letter to tho at El Paso, are proverbially slouchy, for time of every sincere Tho tradi-a her home on Cherokee road. says Shelby SenDr. D. J. Flynn, who at the tlmo of pare for it is to save somethine out of what you earn and put they are in watching, tional Catholic view of Lent pictures Mr. and Mrs. John Cummings, of ills death was President of the Col tinel: "We hear that the Louisville iwt n e.iM'nnq arrnnnt at intrcfr r they have no time for primping. it as a timo when wo are concerned New Albany, havo announced the lege at Emmettsburg, but who was Board of Trade Is preparing a par ade for, us when we return to that Tho good ladles who mako calico not so much with following any engagement of their daughter, Miss In charge of St. Xavlor's in Louis- city. Wo would havo 8AVE FOR A HOME the people of Arthur of SAVE FOR OLD AGE-SA- VE pantalettes for savago Africans definite line we mortification as a Marie Cummings, to placo in Smith, ville at the timo of his graduation. that city know that wo parade April. The "Stunts" Committee, composed tho weding to take period when seek AND INVEST-SA- VE can not bo expected to sew buttons little appetites which to curb those five urge ns most of Thomas D. Cllnes, John O'Con- about been hours each day since we FOR A BUSINESS OPENING-SA- VE on tho border and think have on their husbands' shirts. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kane Bar-be- nor, George Emmet Brown, Paul strongly to seek our own pleasure. FOR INDEPENDENCE. wo havo enough of parades. SomeSr., announce tho engagement Willenbrink, Joseph Smart, Rudolph These thoughts occur to us as The church sets the absolute standgood to would We pay 3 per cent, on savings and help yon in your investments. for all Catholics of their daughter, Miss Katie Smith Sprunk, Harry Ropke and Rufus thing bettor thaneat parade." touch the wq read of tho activities of the ard of a in her days of fast and abstinence. Barboe, to Harry Dupont Murphy. Kyle, gave a humorous sketch in spot ought-to-b- e modern clubs of American Sho leaves to tho personal piety of The wedding will take place in the which they testified to tho results & mothers. What a woman's club each Catholic to tuno himself with early spring. CnOIR DINNER PARTY. obtained by their years of study at will not attack Is certainly not the leal eplrlt of Lenten penance. iho college. Due to the lateness of The Rev. Father J. O'Dwyer, Mr. and Mrs. Knott Malono, who tho hour, the "Stunts" Committee COLUMBIA BUILDING, FOURTH AND MAIN. worth defending, and what it will To bo practical It "is suggested that Catholics bo present regularly at the have been spending somo time in was unable to complete their entire pastor of tho Church of tho Good condemn is not worth bothering Capital and Surplus, $2,750,000. Shepherd at Frankfort, was host at parochial Georgia, returned last week to mako programme, but their rendition of Lenten exercises in about. Thq military canteen' had to churches during the their season, which their home in Louisville and are the the songs, "Here's to St. X. C," a delightful dinner party when he VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV''VVVVVVVVVV go because it was Infinitely bettor would bring joy to tho hearts of guests of Mrs. Malone's parents, "The End Day," entertained the members of the of a Perfect choir. Tho guests were Mr. and "Good-bythan the city brothel that took Its their piiests and also bring consola- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McChrty, Sher- "School Days" and Brothers, We're Through," were a Mrs. Thomas J. Brlslan, Mrs. Walter place. A cigarette between the tion to their own Hvc3 If they wore wood avenue. to receive freBrother Weltzel, Mrs. C. B. Collins, Miss feature of tho banquet. fingers of a society lady Is nothing quently. Tho holy communion Mr. and Mrs. William Lynch en- Julian and Rev. J. P. O'Mahoney, Florence Lutkemelor, Messrs. Nel Lenten regulations for g tho less than diabolical, whllo a Louisville diocese will bo an- tertained a largo party of friends Chaplain of thq K, of C, wore son Heffner, Paul Meagher and WillIf yon want expert service Just call us np, We liavo never been on The table decoron among the guests and made short iam G. Weltzel. in tho cradle is sublime. To nounced tomorrow and will bo tho with a dance at their homo tho war begun and aro thoroughly Western Parkway for their sister. talks wishing the boys continued ations wore in red Hadley roses and of dyes for ono moment since every description. break a bottle of champagnq over same as for recent years. You can rest assured Miss Margaret Lynch, of New York. success. Brother Julian reminding the color motif was carried out in equipped to handle aU work of tho side of a vessel spells national If you need aycuig wo can saiisiy you. auto ucuvcry. Parcel Poet with them that their education was tho mints and ices. The house was decorated INTO RELIGIOUS LIFE. Service. ruin, but tho flirtations of married Southern smilax and Klllarney merely beginning instead of being FORTY HOURS. women with actors or naval officers Misses Goraldlne and Vir- "through." Miss Madeline Keefo, tho talented roses. The banquet came to ia just too sweet for anything. daughter of John Keefe, of tho ginia Lynch presided at the punch a close by tho singing of "America." Forty Hours' Devotion will bo Mining Excnange building, Denver, bowl. Women advocating conducted at St. Louis Bortrand's left on Sunday for Nerlnx, Ky., CATHOLIC ROY' MOVEMENT. are looked on as heroines, whllo where she will join tho Sisters of and FRANKFORT. Tho Catholic Boy Scout move- church on Sunday, Monday INCORPORATE. factory workers aro starved. Loretto, She graduated from JLor-etment is sweeping over tho country, Tuesday, beginning with tho high BOTH PHONES Heights Academy at Denver 2635. A Jolly moving picture party, fol as good movements havo tho lncor- - mass tomorrow morning, when there 426 S. Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. It Is truly terrlblo for a man to will bo tho procession of the Young lowed by a delicious Dutch lunch, have a case of beer shipped to his last year. given by Mr. and Mrs. Owen progressive prelates givo their ap- - Ladles' Sodality and the childrenwas house, but there Is no harm in BOWLING GREEN. These oz tno pansn. inero win oe Dene- Hoiua, City aiOl T. Canty on Thursday evening of probation and support. Uuiub. South DOO-his taking a wlfo for trial and and. recitation or tno rosary tho past week for Mr. and Mrs, youthful troops havo each a Margaret Burke, a highly es- Lester Franklin, of Now York. Tho lain and scoutmaster, so careful Mrs. getting rid of her If she does not Bowling Green, and Mrs. Frank- parents rest easy dn tho knowledge one of the big events of the year nit, o as to make room for a teemed resident of home of a com- guests included Mr.Schroff, Mr. & died Sunday at her and that thoir treasures are carefully In tho Dominican parish, when tho lin, Mrs. Joseph succaaalon of others. Women must plication of diseases. Some people turn out In large numbers as She was the Mrs. William Loggle, Mr. and Mrs. guarded and looked after. INCORPORATED. hare equal rights with men and widow of Patrick Burke. Surviv- D. Butler Ahler; Misses Margaret day may it bo far distant these a preparation for Lent. Joe, Canty, Elizabeth Walbaum, Joseph- youths will be marching away to beeauM children can not call their ing her are, eight children, Quality A pretty little hat of satin has Coal. voices Thomas, Richard, George and James ine Schroff, Man Schroff and Eliza- real war and fighting gallantly as mother "papa," children's Burke, Mrs. Benjamin Forsting, beth Schroff; Messrs. Emile Half! their forbears haye fought before for its only decoration an opened will not be hoard at all, And thus Vra. Oharlpq MMUkpn anil "Mrn. and John Canty. them from Bunker Hill to Manila parasol in embroidered floss on the Office and Yarda Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenu it goea from absurdity to absurdity, side of the crown. Conaers, Tuesday the marriage of Ml&s . Bay. Catholic Advance. es Monslgnor Walsh, of Kansas City, In a recent lecture scoring advocates, made tho following declarations: "Tho unborn child has as much right to its, habitation as God Himself has to heaven. It is never right to do an evil thing that good may como of it. Human llfo is too sacred a thing to tamper with. The unborn child's only plea for mercy when thus suddenly brought before tho judgment seat of God is, 'O God, some one smashed your law.' This very crlmo is taught in many schools under the name of eugenics; yet wo find men of good reputo sending their sons and daughters to these institutions to learn these lessons. Some say the Catholic schools are not up to date because they do not teach studies of this kind, but it is better to in tho darkness of ignorance than to possess all the light of day and wear on us tho marks of this Active, persistent opposicrime. tion to it is our duty." in NOTABLE WAR FTJATURK. A notable feature of tho European war has been the success a ch loved by medical skill in controlling epilo demics that heeitoforo exacted toll. The number of wounded men who have been restored to health is also very remarkable. It is the claim of the Germans that 70 per cent, of their wounded have fully recovered. That does not mean of course that all hae been able to return to service, as many of them have been so mutilated as to be incapacitated for duty, otherwise recovered in a physical sense. The same can probably be said of tho Allies. The tei-rlbhg SOGIETY. SSSSC8SSa8SSSeKi Mis. Leo Meaghei lias returned to her homo at Frankfort after a visit to relatives heic. Miss Estello Welsh has leturned from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. P. N. Fox, at- Mt. Washington. - HOLY' NAME LECTURE. Lyons Misses Giace Gill, Mary and Mamie Gebhait visited friends at Mt. Sterling last week. J. J. King, of Frankfort, was here for a week-envisit to his mother, Mrs. Mary King. d Mr. and Mrs. A. Montedonico were among the arrivals registered this week at Tampa, Fla. Mrs. James Doherty, New Albany. had as visitor last week Miss Ellen Foley and John Foley, of Peweo Valley. Miss Maiie O'Hern, of Indiana polis, has been visiting her aunt, Judge Klrby granted five divoices Mrs. Fallahay, at her home in the West End. Saturday, four resulting from Jef- Mis. Catherlno Heik, of Huntlng- Nearly all fersonville maniages. the Jeffersonvllle Magistrate mar-liag- burg, was here this week for a son, William Heik, visit with In the and family. her end with divorco RUSY110DIES. Chancery Courts and make quite a Nono will dispute the editor of the tax upon" Kentucky. They are not Miss Mildied Geiss, of Hunting- burg, spent a few dajs here the Catholic Advance, who notes the made right past week visiting her sister, Miss many warnings in sacred and proElizabeth Geiss. against wonderful achievements that surgical and sanitary bdence have scored In this war border on the miraculous, and for that saving mercy there is occasion to be thankful. Attorney Robert L. Pago delivered an instructive and interesting lecture on the high cost of living at a smoker given under the auspices of the Holy Namo Society of St. Louis Bcrtrand's church Tuesday evening In Bertrand Hall. Mr. Pago stated that one of tho principal causes was tho tendency of housekeeper to the present-da- y have every Item from a spool of tin cad to ai tides of food delivered charge necesto her door, this sarily figuring in the merchant's expenses. Another causo was tho offotts of wonting girls In poor and model ato circumstances to dross equally as good as tho lady of fashion and wealth. Dr. Charles reEdelen also delivered a few marks on tho same subject. MusiTOASTMASTER M'DONOGH. cal numbers were furnished by J. Louis and Miss Anastasia Walsh. In the serving of the courses. Tho Rev. Father It. O. Lyon, Chaplain green and gold of tho Holy Namo Society, presided. color scheme was and tho floral decorations were jonquils and ferns, large American TRINITY' COUNCIL DANCE. flags draping each end of the hall. Each of the speakers took "educaTrinity Council, Y. M. I., will tion" as his theme, but handled the entertain with a Mardi Gras dance Bacon a son INCORPORATED i ! mmmmHmm We Give and Redeem 5urety Coupons. OF PRONOUNCED STYLE ARE THE NEW SPRING HATS $2.97 TO $3.99 Tlv-na- n, er Untrimmed Shapes 97c to $6.95 bo-com-es NO MORE PAY DAYS!! Busy-bodi- es self-deni- ed e, self-sacrifi- FIDELITY COLUMBIA TRUST CO. e, lap-do- birth-contr- ol PULS CLEANING DYEING CO. Y to chap-.dicti- on DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO. Best Pittsburg and Jellico -- I Ror jsaaxrsrariJOJKiY RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. hmsis: amjsjrioa:!!. - P. t v' " 'I m 4 i DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT JL BUY A Sewing Machine For Christmas nie I Sell the Best. Sea Mo. JOHN C. DORSBY, 542 Bast Jefferson St. 926-- Phone M. Homo PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. n was organized by citizens to make LOANS on furniture and other personal property at LOWEST RATE3. Coleman Bids., S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones, 2886. well-know- J, yVt JLy BEER NONE BETTER NONE PURER Phone City 9532-- J CHIMNET REPAIRING POINTING ESTABLISHED TUCK 1808 WM. H. SMART FZJUSTSRINO AND BRICKWORK 3S EAST CHESTNUT ST. Louis A. Broring, D. D. S. W, Maiktt St Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. DE)KTIST Hams Pfaone 2556 430 AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVILLE AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE OO. BY & ENGRAVERS MmiJOH ENGRAVING COMPAN ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPER8 LoulsriUe, Ky W. Main St., Home Phone City 6674 IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE BOATS GUARDING UNITED STATES COAST. Here is part of the seventy-seve- n torpedo boats of tho Atlantic torpedo boat flotilla, ordered for patrol duty in the latest crisis precipitated by tho German note. TACKY PARTY. TORPEDO OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER which has been SATISFIES THAT LONGING. The Columbia Athletic Club will entertain with a "tacky party" at tho club house, 021 East St. Catherine street, next Tuesday night. A. O. H. This will be an invitational affair and will close tho winter social seaDIVISION 3. son. The Columbia young men have Residence Phone, Pewce Valley SEE FOOLEY Phone, City 3180, ' a largo following, and for this event First and third Friday, Hibernian 0 Home, Portland. there will be many unique and CONFIDENTIAL TOR MONEY amusing features. President John J. Riloy. RELIABLE JOS. DALY Vice President Tim O'Leary. F. R. POOLEY PEWEE VALLEY. Recording Secretary John Mar CONTRACTING PAINTER l Building tin. loom 1, Miss Ellen Foley entertained last Secretary Financial John J. 415 Fourth Street 420 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. week with an elaborate and most Brodorick. enjoyable birthday dinner in honor TreasurerDaniel J. Dougherty. Home Phone Shawnee SOI THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH OO. of her brother, Col. James Foley, Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Pat Bogley. HENRY GOSS INCORPORATE! at their rountry homo near Pewee Sentinel ThomaB Noone. Valley. Tho guests were Messrs. xoornra, auxTsxaro, spoutdto Distillers Of B. R. Murphy, Charles A. JCoch, E. Tin So-'- - Oepalrea ana Painted OLD FORTUNA SOUR MABH DmSION 4. Senfback, J. W. McKenzle, B. F. 'HOLLENBAOH, PURE RYE ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY Cook, Leonard Hill, Garret Foley, Meets second and fourth Mondays, Louisville, Ky. Charles Compton, Clifton Hill, John Bertrand Hall, Sixth stroet. Mil West Broadway, X.oalrrtU, JCy. 528 W. Main St. Foley, Horace Pollock and James President Thomas Lynch. Foley. Vice President John J. Barry. ARTISTIC PRINTING Financial Secretary Thomas J. The Great American WINNER A CONTENDER. Langan, 807 West Oak. FIRST CLASS WORK Recording Secretary William P. Glvo This Office Your Next Order Tho winner of tho wrestling bout McDonogh. TAYLOR & WILLIAMS between Zbyszko and Michaloff next Treasurer John F. Burke. 317 W. GREEN ST. INCORPORATED. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Friday night at tho Armory is the Thomas LOUISVILLE, KY. Telephone City 946 logical contender for championship honors with Joe Steelier, as Zbyszko Sentinel M. J. McDermott. has defeated Hussane, a near claim: M"M"M"K-ant for tho honors, and Michaloff Y. M.I. forty-fiv- e stayed minutes with Steelier on his first appearance in ii this country. MACKIN COUNCUj, 205. 21-- J. 1818-182Courier-Journa- JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. Headquarters for SLICED BACON CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. "AM Ready for Ycur Griddle la the See us about anything In real Morning" estate. We sell, buy and rent. HAM6. LARD, SAUSAGE 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. LOUISVILLE PROVISION OO. (Incorporated.) Home Phone City 4464. "SOUTHERN STAR" SOCIETY DIRECTORY BURKE A GUEST. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED Robert T. Burke, Grand President PHONE CITY 859. of the Y. M. I., will bo one of tho honor guests at tho Washington A Case of birthday banquet of tho Indianapolis councils at the Claypool Hotel. Gov. Goodrich will be one of the speakers. SOCIAL OTiUR CARD PARTY. LOUISVILLE. KY, Good Judgment. Order a Case m( FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Tho Social Club of ,tho C. K. of A. will glvo a eucliro and lotto Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, Monday night at St. Martin's Hall, many beautiful prizes will bo and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. and Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. there for tho lucky ones. A tally PHONES prizo of ?2.B0 in gold will bo given. Tho committeo is working very hard to mako this euchro a Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 success and from all indications it will be ono of tho best attended affairs in Louisville. By SHELBYVILLE. YELLOWSTONE WHISKEY H-M'- Dlg-na- n. Elizabeth Geohagan, Shelbyvlllo and the Church of the Annunciation lost , one of its most exemplary and highly esteemed members. Mrs. ' Geohagan was seventy-si- x years old and had been HI three weeks with Said at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, tutxiitattisjtm oryslpelas. She 13 survived by four sons, John, George, Claude and Earl GRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. Geohagan, and three daughters, the death on Sunday of Mrs. WIEDEMANN INCORPORATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers, DOUGHERTY & McELUOTT AHOHUISIIOP'S JUBILEE. Meets 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, :: ii Funeral Directors Climb. Main 209S-- a and Ernbalmers i Homo City 290S " ' I; BOTH PIIOX15S. VMMHmMiUHiMMMUMMMmmVMmVHMUHt(HHVMm XUAXJU,x'UUJXJHf& ll...'lI"I"l'll'H-l. liUALJUUllL.iV.IMlJ On March 27 His Grace Archbishop Messmer will observe the silver jubilee of his consecration as Bishop. It was on that day . in was conse1892 that His Grace crated Bishop of Green Bay. At the time of his appointment the Archbishop was professor of canon law at the Catholic University of America. MAYSVILLE. Monday ovenings at Club celebrated tho requiem mass. House, 344 North Twenty-sixtEUCHRE, LOTTO, "500." President S. O. Hubbuch. First Vice President William A euchie, lotto and "500" will A. Link. be given by the young ladles and Second Vice President Raymond men of Holy Cross church next MonE. Schott. day evening in Holy Cross Hall, Financial ' Secretary William G. d and Broadway, afterBuckel. noon and evening, games to be Recording Secretary Robert called at 2:30 and 8; 15. Lunch Morris. and refreshments will be served and Treasurer George J. Thornton. a good time Is promised all who atMarshal Joseph Hohman. tend. r. Inside Sentinel Morris h. Thirty-seconBut-tlme- Mrs. Ben Maddox, Mrs. W. G. Mid-dletand Miss Bettle Geohagan. The Rev. John H. Riley conducted tho solemn funeral obsequies and on WEWANTYOURWORK We're Prepared to Do It Promptly and in First-Clas- s Style. A1A.1IM HVfX-- y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. WMWWWWVmiMlMtMMWWMiVVMWWW : 822 ESLst IdCsdLo. - et. GRAN W.SMITH'S SON JAL. S. SMITH, PROP. i! i Funeral Director and Embalmer ! BOTH PHONES 810 SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE LSTS. ei Heme Phone Shavraee 484 Cumberland. "West 11 5 RATTERMAN Ct?& SCANNELL f Independent Funeral Directors INCORPORATED. and lunbalmers l ? 3101 WEST BROADWAY H.B0SSESS0N FRED ERHART Funeral Directors and Ernbalmers. ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. 10FE)HR Telephone 1022. A.VE5WTOBC Corner Fourth and Jefferssn Two-stor- "As Netr to You as tbe Nearest Phone' Our Special $3.00 Spray tor Special $5.00 Wreath The largest values in Funeral Flowers ever offered la Louisville. FOR. SALE MY flOMC 2422 St. Xavler. Lot 30x200 to 20-- f U alley. All y improvements made. frame; stone foundation, 6 rooms, halls, closets, complete hath, kitchen with hot and cold water, sink, drain; "water, , gas for light and cooking-- electric available; cellar, cistern, hydrant; crapes, fruit, garden, lawn, chicken yard and house. All In condition except outside palntlnp. May take smaller house In trade. Make offer. C. N. JACQUES, 240 20-fo- ot For prompt delivery call both phones. 223 BOx FOR SALE to streets, made; water, gas, sewer, electricity avallablo: car line next Btreet Shawnee 2267. d; Shawnee. PARKLAND LOT alley. Grand, 30th-32- 2267 F 1 vutumit MA ftefcAft.e Schtih IcrthrenueLoutfvlWf ncWE&frlGP r,Flawer telegraphed everywhere'' INTO THE FOLD. Rev. Henry Wilson, editor of tho American Catholld, an Episcopalian paper published in Los Angeles, was recently received, with his wife, into the church by Right Rev. Mons. Harnett, administrator of tho dlo-ow- e of Los Angeles. On Sunday and Monday nights, February 18 and 19, the El Nomo Minstrels will bo seen In their big show, "In Dixieland," at St. Boni face Hall, for tho benefit of tho Church of St. Francis Assisi, Bards- town road. Everywhere they have appeared tho El Nomos have made a big hit and are sure to give a SUCCESS ASSURED. nrst class performance. Tbe cause FAMOUS SCULPTOR PASSES. Is a most worthy ono and should In a quiet campaign to raise $150,000 for an addition to St. Tho death of John J. Boyle, the attract large audiences. Alexis Hospital at Cleveland, Ohio, famous sculptor, at his home in CAUSE MANY FIRES. to bo known as the- Mother Leon New York City at tho ago of sixty- lf six, was announced Sunday. Among ardo Memorial Building, nearly A new form of fire peril is coming of tho amount wag subscribed his best known works are the in a few days by 500 persons. statue of Admiral Barry at Wash into prominence as a cause of much Mother Leonardo, tho late Superior, ington and the Franklin statues in destruction and directly traceable to died only recently. Tho late Tom Philadelphia and Paris. Mr. Boyle carelessness. Used In many homes Johnson, Cleveland's famous Mayor, was born in New York' and was at are small electrical devices, such as pronounced her "Cleveland's fore one time a member of the Fine Arts pressing irons, curling irons, toast ers, electric pads or blankets,, elec most citizen." Commission. tric plate warmers and electric sterilizers. If these were used with WHAT PRELATES SAY. 'EDEN ON THE JAMES.' proper caro tho dangor would be Archbishop John Ireland, in a This Is a story of colonial Vir- negligible, but unfortunately a proportion of their users does not realpatriotic address at St. Paul, de ginia, written by Mrs. M. E. clared that "while a nation would of Mobile, and takes its ize the peril of leaving them in cirfain repel the advancing shades of name from the expectations that cuit when not In use. In such cases war, if President Wilson decided it the colonists had formed of the new these devices tend to become over must como all must bo ready to country to which they were coming, heated, whereupon they are likely make sacrifices of personal weal and believing it to bo a real paradise. to set fire to anything combustible even of death to preservo tho honor How they were undeceived and what with which they aro In contact. and integrity of tho United States." trials they endured make very In- Thero is but ono absoluto precaution Archbishop Glennon. of St. Louis, teresting reading. The whole his which should bo borne in mind at says: "Wo are all going to side tory of tho settlement of Virgl, all times by every user that of with President Wilson that is not the first lasting English settle: J'cL off tho current when not a debatable Smestlon. Wo are and in America, is told in tho form To f a perse. and continuously super-will be with him in whatever ho charming romance. Recent wrlters visi may do." complain that tho Jamestown Settle STATUE Ol! E.ADIET. ment did not recolvo tho recognition KILLED IN TEXAS. it deserved from the older hisA statue of Robert Emmet, th torians. In this work tho reader The bill recently Introduced in the will meet in tho Virginia wilds all IrlBh patriot, will bo presented o. Texas Legislature calling for tho in the good old company, John Kmith, March 6, Immediately following t spection of private sanitariums, Pocahontas, John Jefferson! tho inauguration, to the National Ga' hospitals, asylums, orphanages, re of Thomas Jeffer- lory, and will be giveri a place i formatories, convents, monasteries, son, who represented Flo rordleu rotunda of tho National Museu private colleges, etc., has been killed hllundred in the Jamestown House at Washington. Tho project thil In the committee to which it was of Burgesses in 1619, th first to honor Emmet had Its inceptl referred, only one vote being cast American Congress, 'ill seo about four years ago, at which tin and In its favpr. thenf in those early days in la pic- tho olflclals of tho National Gallei ture both truthful and del Iahtful. granted spaco to It In tho Nation: Museum. It will bo presented t LITERACY AND KNOWLEDGE. tho Government as a tribute on b FOR ROMAN'S EYE half of tho Araorlcan citizens Literacy is not knowledge, still Th Pongee seems to be a spring tho Irish race in America. less is it wisdom. Tho ability to presentation exorcises will be hei; to write surety. road a few sentences and tlJ in the Museum. The Chinese silks are hero in work of Jeromo Tho statuo is one's namo in wavering characters Connor, sculpto abundance Is not nearly so Important as tho and represents Emmet in tho dre Satin will be used for strc ot suits of his time, standing with shov ability for real work that comes with tho possession of sturdy mus- instead of serge. dors back and faco upturned, plead Stripes are going to DO moro lng as it wero for the cause fi cles and a clear brain. If all criminals wore illiterate and all popular than ovor. It is a spiritc which ha died. good people readers of tho daily Many of the newest gov 'ns aro work, strongly modeled and e papers the test which Congress, trimmed with metallic stitch lng, pressivo. Tho right hand Is exboth Houso and Senato, has seen Flowers aro in very good stand- - tended, palm upward, and in an fit to make supremo for citizenship, year in the milliner) world. attitude of entreaty, tho left hand might bear a different aspect to ing this tense, the fingers Ribbons aro cleverly for and arm aro thoughtful minds. It Is not beyond trimming blouses of- Georgette and knotted. the bounds of probability that thero chiffon. aro in public life today men servNOT FOR PAT. Tho side opening is usjed on ing their country moro or les3 effi many of the now frockra and ciently whoso great granufatners A Recruiting Sergeant stationed landod on American shores without blouses. In the South ot Ireland mot Pat, and is &eked him to join the army. Tbe Ono ot the newest thl gs oven a spelling acquaintance with of latter refused, whereupon the Serthe printed page. Where and what worsted trimming on bloupes would these men be today had the sheer voilo. geant asked 'him his reason for reA Ilttlo gin's frock o sheer fusing. literacy test been In force fifty or a hundred years ago? And, what white batiste is made with iwo silt "Aren't tho King and the Katser is perhaps of mora consequence, pockets in the skirt. cousins?" asked Pat. for the An interesting hatband how much would the new country, "Ve3." said tho Recruiting Serso sorely in need of workers, have spring sport hat is made off jersey geant. been tbe loser if deprived of tho fabric, in stripes of gay colors "Well," said Pat, "begorra, I One of the newest and nyost ef- - once Interfered in a family squabancestral brawn and raiwcle? Unimmigrants should be kept feetiv sport skirt ie a rafrtyer full. ble, and I'm not going to lo so desirable out of our ports all agree to that short one of wahbl whrM satin. again." M. John J. McCarthy, eldest son of J. McCarthy, editor of tho Mays- ville Bulletin, and Miss Anna B. Tuggle, daughter of a prosperous farmer family of tho county, were married at Maysville by the Rev. Father P. M. Jones at St. Patrick's rectory. Outsldo Sentinel James Hill. MINSTRELS. PRINTING Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty. HOME PHONE dictum, but in a land where labor is so scarce, skilled lahor so exorbitant In its demands, and unskilled so multitudinously deserving of dts title, tho exclusion of those who could and would work Is a blunder in political economy. 946. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 810 WEST GTCSSXSrc - one-ha- ri ut. W t fift!i& . Coma, Haniona nnd GalloBBCH Removed 'Witlicni Pain Ingrown and Abnormal Treated. . Uriah INSTRUMENTS STERILIZED Both Phones 1120 THE BEST $1, $1.50, 0ati STRBBT. L ... .. . Litsey, Chiropodist . J Honry-Ruffl- n, 500.7 Starks Bnlldiag $2 HATS AT fl n great-grandfath- er : GERMAN BANK if-dm 4879; CumoT I - 'QUAKER MAID' INCORPORATKD 1 Clean Grocery. Stores. "The Best For Less." Orders for ?1 or moro delivered to any part of tho city. CUre Tear boy gut adseatlea tbat wffl prepare tfeim tor life. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Fifth and Market Sts. 112 W. Broadway, ZotlsrUle, Xj. Conducted by the Xaverlan Brettaera. and Scientific Ctessleai. Business Courses, Preparatory Departme&t, Larva Bwlraalnr Pool. WeU Xqulpped Gymnasium. Tews Mederate. Bre. Jaaiea, Dtr, KBNTCOKY IRISH AMBKICAJS. Catena and Stato and county U? i. iiimi & HERMAN STRAUS fOURTH AVEMUe SONS MARKET STREET We Give and Redeem Gold Tradinff Stamps. Men, Anticipate Your Needs and Buy Right Now MANCHESTER SHIRTS AT Headed by the Hibernian Hiiles, the divisions of Columbus, Ohio, will parade from the City Hall and attend mass at St. Patrick's church In a body on March 17. Their usual St. Patrick's day entprtaln-mewill bo postponed to a later date . Denver Hibernians will omit tho paiado on St. Patrick's day, but will attend solemn high masa at tho Cathedral, whoro thero will be a chime concert of Irish airs. In the evening thoro will bo an entertainment and ball at tho Audi torium. t, Ladles' Auxiliary 20 of L. I., celebrated tho feast of St. Drigid by attending mass and receiving holy communion in a body at St. Anthony's church. In tho eonlng they enjoyed a sumptuous feast, with national and county officers as invited guests. nt THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE INCORPORATED WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. WOOLEN SUITINGS o "Wool Jersey will be a favored material for dresses and coat suits. Shown in fashion's predominating shades, such as sand, American Beauty, Shadow Lawn, green and amber, per yard, $3.50. Jersey Velour, a new variation of the JerLa Jerz, a soft supple fabric that will iind e dresses, beautiful sey weave, developed entirely for sport coats, great favor for and shown in such sport shades as: "Chic coloriiigs, including Spanish gold, yellow, Evans green," Mincttc, rose and Spanish rose, vivid green, also navy blue and cream gold, price per yard, $3.50. color; per yard, $3.50. Silk and "Wool Poplin will be sought by New Wool Skirtings, an oven expressly for many for e dresses and coat suits. sports garments. They aro in unusual widths Exceptional qualities arc shown hci'c in the and shown in an interesting array ot black new spring shades, such as canary, sand, and white combinations and novelty colored mustard, gold, taupe, green, rose, old blue, stripes and plaids; priced, per yard, $1.50 to navy and cream; priced, per vard, $2.00 to one-piec- Green-poin- one-piec- KKCEXT DEATHS. Relatives and friends wero deeply grjeved when death claimed Mrs. years old, Lula Pollard, twenty-si- x Monday morning at her home, 1021 Milton avenue. She is survived by one-piec- her husband and her parents. Her Wednesday place funeral took morning from St. Elizabeth's church with requiem high mass. of Joseph Schutto, was held yesterday Anthony's St. morning from church, of which ho had long been a member. For years ho waB with Company and retho Fischor-Lea- f sided at 2111 Rowan street. Surviving him aro three sons, Anton, Joseph and August Schutte, and two daughters, Mary and Catherine Tho funeial aged fifty-fiv- e, Schutto. II $3.00. II WW $2.50. ' AT THE NEW SILKS 89c EACH . 89c EACH Instead of $1.50 and $2.00 square equal to $1.50 and $2 00 qualities, as the materials are one hundred you can have percales, madras, repp cloth and mercerized materials, and .. . choice of laundered or soft hreuch cutrs, ana me Pr.uC you will find these Shirts Now they are real brand new spring patterns and Vincent do Paul's church mourns tho death of ono of Its few remaining charter members, flenry Koertner, rdtlred contracting painter and union veteran, wnose funeral took place Monday morning. He was also a founder and charter member of tho Herrman Society, with which ho was auuiatea years. Surviving him for forty-tw- o aro his wife. Mrs. Justlna Walter Koornor, 1030 South Shelby, and two sisters, Mrs. Jacob Hoortz and St. Mrs. B. Noltemoyor. of Theodore Rush and a highly esteemed member of St. Martin's church, succumbed to a complicaMrs. Barbara RuBh, beloved wifo 3 s? g Transparent Sports Silks include a number of weaves, such as Georgette, voile, marquisette and chiffons. These aro to bo had in various qualities. Light and dark color designs and color combinations. A rcmarkablo collecgrounds with printings in tion from which to choose. Prices from $1.50 to $5.00. Natural Pongco Silk, in a diversity of the Now AVash Silks in wonderful sport stripes that show the full beauty of the sport color- new sport printings; somo in stripes, others in wonderful block effects; width, per yard, $1.00. ings; width, give per yard, $2.00. Japancso Ilabutai Silk in stripes that Taffeta Radium in printed designs and fall expression to the sport idea; colors that show tho marked influcnco of the width, warranted to wash, per yard, $1.35. sports idea; width, per yard, $3.00. Shanghai Silk in white ground, in wonderPlain Pongee Suiting shown in the vivid ful sport printings; width, per yard, sport shades demanded by fashion; $3.00. per yard, $1.50. width, 32-inc- h 33-inc- h 33-inc- h 40-inc- h 35-inc- h 40-inc- h II iV NEW DRESS COTTONS Checked gaberdine is destined to receive unusual consideration by fashion's devotees. This material is developed in white with woven checks in colors that simulate tea towelwidths, per yard, 75c. ing. It is proving quite a novelty at Southern resorts; Extra Sheer Organdy, in color grounds Oxford Sport Skirtings are shown in all of tho full beauty of bold, yet tasteful, plaids with bold, yet tastefully designed patterns; in black and white combined with green, gold plenty of pink, blue and mixed effects, difand lavender. These aro truly smart for ferent from the ideas of former seasons, give width priced, per yard, unusual charm to tin's sheer wcavo; sports year; h 75c. width; per yard, 65c. Novelty "Woven Striped Voiles, showing an Novelty Tussah, a weave scarcely to bo de entirely new collection of striped effects, tected from tho real silk. It has every ap some in tho predominant sport colors, others pearance of silk and is shown m innumerable in strikingly bold black and white, purple sport striped novelties. The natural color h and white and bluo and white stripes; dominates on which effective colored designs width, per yard, 50c. aro printed; width, per yard, $1.00. Momie Cloth is another new sport skirting Linen Suiting, an unusual quality, perfect developed in white with black and gold, in weave; in splendid clear colorings, such as green and gold, or blue and gold color combinations that form entirely different designs. blue, pink, green, lavender and mixed gray width; per yard, 75c. effect; Priced, per yard, 75o. 36-inc- h WW FURNITURE STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY HIBERNIANS. What GREENE'S the Past Week General Now Notes. tion of diseases Saturday night at the family home, 013 East Chesther husband she nut. Besides leaves flvo sons, George, Frank, Daniel, Fred and Harry Rush, and two daughters, Mrs. Clara Lorsch and Mrs. Frank Delulle, all of Her funeral was held Louisville. They Have Been Doing Tuesday morning, attended by many old friends and acquaintances. day morning at daughter, Mrs. 2204 Payno street. Until overtaken by old age ho led an active and Industrious Hfo and enjoyed tho respect of all with whom he had Besides Mrs. Hannon, dealings. ho Is survived by a daughter, Mrs. David O'Connoll, and two sons, Edward and Steve Doyle. Tho funeral was held Tuesday morning from St. Frances of Rome church, Rev. Thomas Whlto colobratlng the requiem mass. Doyle, aged 36-inc- h 40-inc- Stricken by apoplexy, seventy-nin- e, Furniture, Carpets, JAS AUTOMOBILE Wallins Creek Lump Coal FOR HOME USES. Low in Ash. High in Heat. S6ANL0N 60flL 60MPANY n. Ban McKenna, of Dhision 4, has recovered from his recent illness. Rugs, John J. Cavanaugh, of Division 4, is recovering from his recent ing juries. Good Furniture at moderate prices without .trad-inTho Ladies' Auxiliary of St. Paul. Minn., has set out to secure 500 stamps. .new members. Mrs. M. E. Henry Ruffin took active part in the entertainment of Mrs. McWhorter at Mobllo. Boston Hibernians will this year STREET. 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET conduct a campaign expected to greatly increase the membership.' The Hibornians of St. Joseph, Mo., will celebrate St. Patrick's day with a concert at the Lyceum Theater. Matthew Murphy, iPresldent of FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Division 4 of Lockport, has been FREE SERVICE. appointed Vice President of tho Now York Stato Board. Local members are enthusiastic over the probability of having a ball team in tho Twin City Catholic 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. League this summer. Tho parado on Sunday morning, March 18, should bo a corker, and County President Hennessy is much pleased over the outlook. a Division 2 of Syracuse has "forty-five- " team that provides a feature for meetings and is striving for the city championship. Division 3 members aro working hard to make tho St. Patrick's school hall benefit a success on Sunday evening, March 18. Division 3 is working earnestly and will have a very satisfactory celebratlpn in honor of St. Patrick, patron of the Ancient Order. INCORPORATED. Division 1 of Mobile, organized twenty-thre- o years ago, has had BUILDING. 319 PAUL JONES only ono President, Deorgo J. SulliCnmb. Main 415 van, who was its organizer. r.w 40K Sunday aftornoon there" 'was a splendid, class. Initiation In Mc- urnnn b nan ui iruuuiu. i uivib- lons there aro gaining much strength. Pathers O'Reilly and Lee aro working hard to increase the mem- ershln of the local divisions and nake Houston the leading Irish cen- er in Texas. Order, 250,000 Tho Ancient rong, was among the llrst to ledge loyalty and support to Presl- ent Wilson If war should come with any power In the world. The St. Patrick's day entertain ments in Portland and Limerick Should both draw big crowds, as one hall tho past few years has beon too small to accommodate all. Division 36 of Brooklyn, having received tho largest increase in membership in King's county, was presented the Irish flag as the gift of National President McLaughlin. Twenty-elEnew members havo in.ido application for a Ladles' Auxiliary charter at Minneapolis. Tho I ! I M II11IHIH H 1 1 I II i 1 1 1 1 M I 1JVA4U UiUbblD HIV Ut&Ut.OkA UUUUl M. J. BANNOX, LAWRENCE 1. VEEMEMAH. P. 8ANN0M, JR.. J endeavoring to increase tho membership. Prw.tp. Knurj. iiti ritf. b niu. State President John A. Hughes and Rev. Emmet Kennedy were elated over tho reception tendered Mrs. Mary McWhorter when she visited Mobile, iwhere a division of the Ladles' Auxiliary will result. Sewer aa4 Calvert Pipe, The Anciont Order and Ladles' BaaBBB's Patent Lidded Pipe fer Steam Ceadaits, Auxiliary of Cincinnati will celeCeplBrf. Praia Tile. YArlfi IricK. Wall brate the feast of Ireland's patron ;, Flae LiaiBg, Fire Brick Fire Pre saint at the Odeon. Hon. Timothy S. Hogan and Rev. William P. Clark iiiH sati vis, vbimsc iWf. will be the principal speakers. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON The Ladles' Auxiliary of Portland, Ore., entertained with an elaborate HOMe- PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. banquet in honor of St. Brigld. guests were the 2 WORKS 18th rad Bwck. Md MagaelU At., Bet. 9tkkk& lStb. X Among the honor nuga Gallagher, Archbishop Rev. 1 1111 1 1 1 1 1 i.i m 1 1 i,m 1 Rev. William B. Cronan, Judge i i 4i i died Sunthe homo of his Hannon, Michael Edward 36-inc- 36-mc- h Stoves and Ranges 36-mc- h OREEJNTE ACCESSORIES kniqhts ftp mmm. FALLS CITYVULCANIZING CO. TRY A IX) AD OF j ht 3 ll P. BANN0N PIPE CO. nuir V tw - untn im j 1 573-178- 6. m hi hi n ii n 1 1 h n Fortified by all the sacraments and perfectly resigned to tho will Late News That Will Interest of her Maker, the soul of Mrs. Roso Members Here and (Tnninv cnvontv-nii- o vears old. was called to its eternal reward Tues day at her homo, 2018 BanK street. of Mrs. Henley was tho widow Wisconsin Knights will institute Bryan Henley and was for years an earnest church worker and highly a new council tomorrow at Jeffer-Boesteemed resident of tho West End. She leaves one son, T. S. Henley, Membors of tho council at Jackfor tho National son, Miss., have organized a brass a bookkeeper Miss band. Foundry; thrco daughters, Katie Henley, Mrs. Julia Bannon There will be a fourth degreo exten and Mrs. Mary Rhodes, and was emplification at Sallna, Kas., on funeral The grandchildren. February 22. hold Thursday morning from St Vera Cruz Council, New York high mass of Cecilia's church, with requiem, manv being present to pay City, has cleared all debt off its $40,000 home. their last tribute. Tho Institution of a new council beloved will take place at Dodgo City, Kas., Miss Kathorino Klein, daughtor of F. Edmond and Clot-hll- on February 18. Tho council at St. Joseph, Mo., Klein, just budding into early Tuesday expects to pass tho 500 mark bewnmnnhnml. died morning at her home, 2400 Long fore tho end of tho year. est avenue, following an limess lastThero are eight councils in CinShe was a cinnati and Hamilton county, the ing fifteen months. native of this city add attended membership being over 2,500. Presentation Acadtaiy hero and Tho Knights of Washington, D. Nazareth Academy in Nelson county. C, aro considering ways and means tho for tho erection of a new building. rioa trinin nian trmduated from University of Louisvlllo and her St. Gabriel Council, Cincinnati, .cavity in college ineaincajB umuo Most. Rov. Archbishop Moeller ijm well Known anu iiupuiui. ono had its honored guest Thursday for her parents she leaves sldel olght. brotflor, John E. Klein, and ono-. Tho right to incorporate a buildMiss Olga Klein. Tho fusistet. 1 hoi vosterdav morning ing association has been granted tho Sudbury, frornl tho Cathedral, attended by councils at St. Albans,Ont.; Reading, Vt. Mass, and mann mourning menus. Following an address by Bishop Glass the Knights of Salt Lake City ST. PATRICK'S. Itavo Inaugurated plans for securing Thtr last euchre and lotto Deioro a commodious club building. . .. ii af HfitiinVB mill, i mr-- TTnn. TT. C. Mar.dotaald. Lieutenant tecnttf and Market, will take placfe Governor of Prince Edward Island, can"& was one or a class or imy-on- e aim Mondiy arternoon Ladles of the St. Ann Socloty will didates recently initiated at havo k hargo of o tho afternoon 'Game, comfort will when la The fourth degree exemplification prize place bo di' posed of and tho tally host- at Cincinnati will not take rosary. The will W a sold March 4. This is because tho evening games will bo until esses for tho number of applications is larger Mcsda ies Dolln Cornwell, Thomas than was anticipated, Hlmbaugh, Misses Mullos. Charles to Next Thursday from Boston C. M. Wells and M. M:Aullffe, MinA IVlll nf !Ottl Will bO Oakland and from Atlanta to n.ll-- 1. ,ir neapolis' thero will bo a patriotic dlspos d of with a special tally celebration of Washington's birthprlzo ior an. noireui""" " day, a now forward step of the also I o served. Knights of Columbus. Pnir Tiifhor Volz. O. P.. delivered IMPROVING SLOWLY. a very interesting illustrated lecture and Its people Aionuay Can - Oscar Maler, of tho Ken on China tho Knights at Columbus, Wagon Works ana prominent. night for tucky tuuo, ago Prior at Volz was some years In Ge man uatnono socimy Injuries Ohio. Father St. Louis Bertrand's recovering from Is slo vly for sevoral years was professor uj " sustal iea wnon run uuwu to his andSt. Thomas University In tho at automobile whllo returning home two weeks ago. One rib was- Philippines. fractu red ana ms uoay was ymST. CEOTLLVS. fully Drulsed. The members of St. Cecilla'a conGRAND BAZAR. in St. gregation will entertain Monday and Mofday and Tuesday there will Cecilia's Hall on and evening, Tueswith Michael's day, afternoon be a grand baaar at St. street, for a euchre and lotto and candy pullf smith Brook Hall, of the parochial school. ing. In addition there will be the for cm feature Doxn aays win oe other amusements the combination A ep evening the Wciod chicken dinner and supper Tuesday . j ha small sum at twentv-flv- e book awards will be made known. to reeeate Business men and friends of The proceeds will be usedremodelO'Connor, the pastor, duce the debt incurred in Fth r Martin ing the school. art c ordially iJnvlted. n. de -- u- ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old German Insurance BanK 4 IJJEJHSHSfiSHJ S Second and Market T Under the Bid Clock State Government Supervision. DAN J. HENNESSV HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAM Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Hennessy & Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS UPSTAIRS STORE 425 W. 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