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LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1917. iw- r- VAGARIES Modern Research Disproves tho False Notions of Origin of Man. IMcnncc in in war at any coBt is a greater peril to tho republic than war with Germany would 'be. Tho proposition for a war referendum Js likewise a great peril. "We each have difficulties and responsibilities here which wo can delegate to no ono,1chle'f among which is to do that which will beBt preserve those liberties which the fathers of the republic gained for us and preserve this union wo have each sworn to support!" HAPPILY WEDDED. i PRICE FIVE CENTS. www w fcwMMW Ill II,, . CHURCH Made Substantial Gains in tho United States During Year of 1010. Sunday Supplements and Movie Schools to Be Feared. Figures Gathered Under Pro- lcrmiBclouB Are Attempt to Trace Man's Descent to the Brute. SCIENCE ATTESTS ITS FALSENESS There seems to bo a growing tendency among a largo portion of our people to reason somewhat in this wise: Our- age surely has made giant strides along the thorny paths Unliko of knowledge and science. in ithe days of old when our benighted forbears had to dig tho nuggets of learning from tho veins of patient, study and plodding, wo havo tho most products of science, brought to our eager doors in tho voluminous columns of the Sunday supplement. And for those of us who are too advanced for even this method pf study tho movies provide a continuous course in anthropology and archeology, evolution and history. There is a menace in these Sunday supplement and movie schools of science whose gravity, it is to be feared, Js too lightly appreciated, if Appreciated at all. In reality these cclentllfc films and Sunday specials are but a propaganda of that science whose chief aim has been to find some plausible mode of explaining away the necessity of a Creator, substituting a blind evolution reaching back into untraceable ages. The comforting corrollary of this evolutionary explanation is an utter irresponsibility to any higher court of conscience to which we are responsible for the right or wrong of our Responsible and thorough scientific investigation, however, is in all honesty forced, often in spite of itself, to attest to tho utter falseness of these cheap conclusions of man's common descent from the brute. No scientist of repute holds to the crude evolutionary theories mon- hard-yielding ed life-condu- ct. - ii DEFENDERS OP Center, George Washington; left President Wilson; lower left, ex President Taft, ogy can not offer a specimen of man who approaches nearer to the beast than docs the race lowest today in cultural standing." Truth has never had to fear the broadest light of true scientific research. Wo but etullfy ourselves, however, if wo unquestionably and timidly take for truth the crude and pernicious conclusions of materialistic apologists for the modern cult of tho beast and beast morality. We should demand of newspapers and movies that, if science is to be offered on the bill of fare, it ought to bo unadulterated and served in conformity with tho health laws of C. B. of C. V. honesty and truth. YOUR LENTEN DUTV. There has been, it is true, a considerable school of scientists who thought to havo found confirmation for their evolutionary theories and conclusions in the results of tho interesting excavations of caves and glacial deposits made in the past several decades. The remnants of these remains of prehistoric man .seemed to Uiave so much in common with the brute of that and later periods that they often rashly concluded to their common origin. Conclusions such as these are rightly termed rash In the face of the admissions which two European scientists of standing have found themselves forced to mako after a careful survey of just such remnants. In conjunction with tho German anatomist, Dr. O. Hauser, a Swiss scientist of note made the discovery several years ago known since then as tho Le Moustier iemalns. At tho timo of the discovery Dr. Hauser characterized them as the remains of "a race." "We primitive have found It," Klaatsch said, "it It Neanderthal In all Its awful massivenes3 and priraltivcness." And yet in a recently published study of his researches Dr. Hauser is forced to admit: A viaticum was provided (for the journey into another world) in the 'form of bison hams; beautiful flint implements, the finest of the tribe, were placed close at hand; his head was pillowed as for sleep upon a sort of stone cushion; all indisputable signs of an intentional "burial. There was therefore a cult and a vivid Idea of conditions similar to life beyond death. Infinitely removed from tho cultural expressions of our times, tho simplest forms of stone Implements, there Is still In these a sign of cult and a foreboding of immortality." Granting the results of scientific tno Research, that man during Racial period In Europe foaa certain resemblances to tne latomlcal ate, receding forehead, huge jaws ungainly fcoay, tne rac. nam have scientific evidence that ti with those same bodily charac- Irtlcs had a well denned belief further existence beyond tho 3, that ho prepared for death kr a journey to another world there was a continuance or lions similar to those here, all us and oven force us to as perniciously unscientific ltruthful tho attempts maae kify modern animalism and lethlcs by tracing man's ac- tho brute. The fact that kolden times, however rudo le, and however near their life and sustenance of tho beast, had a developed concept of an- and prepared the bodies llead in accordanco with lilts man irom tno ani- the plane of an Intelli- endowed with soul and tendencies of that soul pers. ic ante-historic- al ap-,th- sered.lnahe imovieor Sunday., pa-- J Another Lent, the season of pen-nance and self denial, Is now with us. There are many around us for whom it has no significance whatThey do not believe In the ever. "nonsense" of depriving themselves of any pleasures. They aro accustomed to gratify their very desire and the only thing that troubles them is that they havo not more pleasures to Indulge in. So then to be Jhejiejjht, The physician of today of folly. of bodily can see the advantage health in a period of rest from the usual round of pleasure and even of abstinence and reasonable fasting. Prom a merely natural point of view therefore the observance of Lent Is a saluatary practice. and teaches strengthens character. Habitual self-indulgence weakens and enervates. The strong man is the one who will ingly imposes a curb on his appetites and his passions. And success is usually the measuro of that is attained. But there are higher reasons for the observance of Lent than those that appeal to the natural man. Tho reason for the restrictions of Lent is primarily spiritual. The Catholic observes Lent for the good of his soul. It is a timo for spiritual exercise as well as for abstinence and fasting. The latter aro Imposed as a penance for our sins. They should bo accompanied by heartfelt sorrow for sin and a firm resolution of sinning no more. The sufferings of our Divine Lord were to atono for sin. It of Is salutary during" this timo preparation for Easter to meditate upon his sufferings in order that we know what an evil thing sin is and, knowing It, avoid It. It is an Lent that does not find us better on Easter Sunday than on Ash Wednesday. Self-deni- For the past week telegrams, letters and messages tendering hearty congratulations havo iJeen showered upon Miss Maggie Jdge and E. Hutchlns, wljoso marriage was solemnized lastsreek in the Church of the Annunciation at by tho Rev. Father John Riley and was not Imado known until several days latorc Whllo Miss Judgo has toeen a prominent and earnest worker in Catholic society and charity circles, she always display, avoided ostentation and and to this is attributed tho quietness of tho wedding. Father Rlloy was chaplain at Loretta Academy during tho period when Miss Judge attended school there, f.vhen she declared that when she married she wanted him to perfbrm tho ceremony. Mr. Hutchln3 Is well known and held in high esteem by a wide circle of friends and for some time past has been engaged; In tho autoCIVILIZATION, HARDSHIPS FOR AUSTRIAN SOLDIERS. mobile huslness. Ho isa member of top, Abraham Lincoln; right top, the Cathedral congregation and a To secure water for washing in the snow covered Carpathian MounPresident Roosevelt; lower right, ex Knight of Columbus. The couple tains It is necessary to uncover the frozen streams, and bo exposed to were accompanied to Shelbyvlllo by the cold whllo bathing. close friends and after the ceremony loft on a wedding trip. That Brumlovo candidate for Sheriff. their union may bo blessed by ,long In this connection it Is rumored that life, health and happiness is' the Mr. Woodruff offered to put up wish of all who know the bride and $10,000 for a campaign fund providgroom. ing the other nominees raised that amount between them. It is stated SOLD FOR PARK. that regular meetings of the Brum-lev- e Congressmen Engage in Heated Brother Emory of the Christian supporters are being held and Gleeful Over Expose of BeckDohate Over War that tho personnel of tho ticket will Brothers' College has notified Luke Proham's Pretensions to be announced soon, tho only delay Hart, Chairman of tho Ways and Peril. being the preparation of Mr. Brum-leve- 's Means Cemmittee of the St. Louis hibition. platform, which will contain Board of Aldermen, that the Broththo annuoncement that ho intends ers would assume tho ?5,500 assessagainst their to. If elected, work In conjunction Discuss the Part America Must ment resting growing out of property the im- Beckham's Attitude Proves As- with an advisory board from our for benefits provement Of King's highway. He Make If Hostilities Are commercial organizations in matters sertion Often Made in of Interest. accepted the city's offer Of $196,650 Forced. From a political standpoint it is for the property, the price which These Columns. The the writer's personal conviction that was fixed by a commission. twonty-seve- n Mr. Brumlove has no chance to deacres wil be used by tho city as a park. feat Charley Cronan for the nominKcjnote of the Day Struck by ation, and for that matter no ono Jo-soShel-byville testant Auspices Show Church Prospering. Surprising Number of Priests Ordained and Two Hundred "Sew Churches. GAIN IN MEMBERSHIP 216,000 WARNING POLITICIANS Representative From Wisconsin. RECENT DEATHS. Head Bryan's Selections For MUST NOT DELEGATE Mrs. Carrie Hord succumbed to a two months' illness of cancer on Sunday at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. Mrs. Hord was a widow POWER and resided at 428 West Jefferson street. She Is survived by only her PREPARING TiCiidcrship in Democracy of Kentucky. BRMLEVE at ty. lit of these facts we are to subscribe without lie pregnant words of Initt in his 'book, "The ." "If we find," he facts even among the Imalne of man, then iroh and paleontol- - say that their personal acReference has been made in these session of the House of Representacolumns from time to timo tp the quaintance with the rank and file tives, which practically served noof the Democratic party will mako St. Cecilia's parish lost one of its tice on President Wilson that he devoted pioneer members in the odious influence in Kentucky politics them strong candidates for County will not bo granted full power to person of John Hartung, 2819 St. of the political prohibitionists and Commissioner and that tho lcquest conduct operations against Germany Xnvier street. The deecased was especially so In the ranks of Democ of Messrs. Bingham, Scholz and Cox as ho sees fit in case his severance years old, a retired car racy, Only last week it was stated to vote for all three of tho latter or t of diplomatic relations leads to war. penter, and for some timo had been that constructive and beneficial none will react In favor of ono or Member after member voiced a pro- falling in health. Ho leaves a wife legislation was always blocked by all of tfie first named three. Many test against general participation by and eleven children. Funeral serv- this class, Who did so for political aro still discussing the coming apthe United States in tho European ices were held Wednesday morning reasons, and never were they at pointment of Police Court Bailiff war. While there was no criticism at St. Cecilia's, attended by many any time sincere in their espousal and somo say it has narrowed down of tho President's action, tho House friends and relatives. of prohibition, using that issue- as a to n choice between Jako Hartstern clearly demonstrated that it is opfootball to kick around for political and Fred Heffernan, while others posed to having the President tako say it will be an outsider heretofore Sunday evening occurred the advantage. any action without first consulting death of William McCue, aged Haly and Beckham were cited as not mentioned. Congress. Representative Lenroot, thirty, at tho homo of his parents, leaders of this class and the ink of Wisconsin, struck the keynote of Mr. and Mrs. James Mccue. 1SJ4 had hardly dried on this publication FATHER M'KEXNA DEAD. tho day's debate when ho said: Tyler avonue. His death resulted before Beckham was driven into a "If we are too 'cowardly to fight from pneumonia, contracted wnno corner on tho "bono dry" bill at Very Rev. Father Charles H. for our rights on the sea wo are on duty as a park guard. Besides Washington and forced to show his a former Prior of St. Louis too cowardly to fight for our rights his parents ho leaves a brother and hand, and that hand showed just Bertrand's church and known from on tho land. But, Mr. Speaker, a sister. Deceased had spent his what was claimed hero, that he was ono end of tho country to the that is not tho spirit of the Ameri- life In tho West End and was well not sincere in his prohibition views, other as tho founder of tho Holy can people, and when the timo liked, and was a regular attendant and if the "bono dry" bill results Name Society and America's most comes that will not bo the spirit of at St. Patrick's church, where the in nothing else it has proven of renowned and venerable missionary, Representing this Congress. tho funeral was held Thursday. great benefit to Kentucky voters, died In Jacksonville, Fla., Wednesgreat American people here, we will who now to a man can alzo up tho day afternon, he having gone there voto to maintain by force, If need Sister Rosella, another of tho HalyBeckham prohibition views for several weeks ago on account of rebe, our liberties upon the sea, but Ursullno Sisters, whoso death what thoy aro worth. Laughable in falling health. His last public apthat docs not mean that we will sulted .from rheumatism of tho tho extreme was tho attempts of the pearance was at the celebration of voto a general declaration of war heart, was laid to rest Monday Beckham adherents here to explain the Dominican centenary in Washagainst Germany. It does not moan morning, following funeral services how a United States Senator can ington, when he was ono of the that wo will intervene in th'o Euro- at the Convent chapel, Shelby and believe in prohibition and note vote principal speakers. Father pean war. It does not mean that Chestnut Btreets. Rosella for it. was born May 8, 183G, was Sister we will send over men to tho was born In Germany sixty years In his latest issue of the Com- ordained a priest October 13, 1867, trenches of Europe. It does not ago. While a young girl she came moner William Grape Juice Bryan and had ho lived until next October mean that wo are to sit in and de- to this country, spending some time states that he is now a lieutenant would have celebrated his golden termine) tho terras of settlement of In the work of the Ursullnes In In- -, of Beckham in tho fight for prohi- Jubilee. Father McKenna was best European questions. It means only dlana and Missouri. MISSION AT ST. PAUL'S. For the past bition in Kentucky, and many aro known for his untiring work in tho diffi- twenty-eigthat we are going to settlo our years sho had labored curious to know what Lieut. Bryan organization and perpetuation of tho The mission in St. Paul's church, culty with Germany by compelling In this diocese, eighteen of which thinks of Capt. Beckham's voto Holy Name Society, traveling un1022 South Jackson street, of which It to respect our rights upon the were devoted to tho children of St. against prohibition: Many people ceasingly from ono end of the countho Rev. Eugene Donohoa is pastor, sea. Joseph's Homo, to whom sho was in- who havo taken Bryan and Beck- try to the other organizing branches will open at the (high mass at 10 "If war must come, it will bo a deed a mother. ham's real measuro know that of this society, all of which havo o'clock tomorrow morning, and con- war upon the sea, destroying every Bryan at heart will not bo sur- prospered and aro monuments to his tinuing throughout tho week will German submarine that we can and Having rounded out a life well prised, as whllo ono Is playing pro- great work today. In his great misend on Sunday night, March 4, with protecting our own ships until such filled with good deeds, a llfo of de- hibition for politics only, the other sion Father McKenna inecamo pertho bestowal of the Papal blessing. time as Germany shall cease to be votion to her family and of Chris- is playing it for both politics and sonally acquainted with pastors, Very Rev. Father Benedict, O. P., an outlaw upon the sea. When tian service to hor God, Mrs. Mary letcure engagements on the Chau- Bishops and heads of the church rector of tho Des Moines Monastery, Germany shall again respect our C Colgan, widow of Edwin C. Col tauqua circuit. Bryan also speaks everywhere, being an intlmato friend will conduct tho mission, assisted by rights, our quarrel with it will be gan and mother or Miss Gertrude of the small majority for the Demo- of Cardinal Gibbons, Cardinal Passlonist fathers from the monas- over and we will bo ready to mako and Harry C. Colgan, passed peace cratic nominee in the Governor's O'Connell and Cardinal Farley. Tho tery on tho Nowburg road. Tho peaco with it, regardless of Euro- fully from this life Sunday morn- raco, but does not explain that thet funeral will tako place in New eloquence of Father Benedict is well pean nations or European quarrels. ing at her home, 524 West Ken- reason 01 tnis aonciency can De at York City this morning, and Very known in Louisville, and the people I believe the American people and tucky street, of tho Infirmities of tributed to the traitorous action of, Rev. T. L. Crowley, Prior of St. and friends of St. Paul's aro to bo this Congress will stand for this age. Mrs. Colgan was norn in somo of those members of tho For- Louis Bertrand's church, loft Thurs congratulated upon having him with policy, and those who would drag Shepherdsvllle seventy-thre- o years ward League, who knifed tho ticket day afternoon to attend tho services. them a,t this timo. Tho order of us Into this world war for reasons ago, but had lived In Louisville for In tho November election.- - In his Father McKenna was known per services during tho mission will be other than maintaining our rights many years, held In high esteem by newspaper Bryan speaks of tho sonally to many of the older sottlers mass and instruction at 5 a. m., and those who are for peace at all who mot her. Her funeral was prominent Democrats who comprlso of the local Dominican church, havmass and Bermon at 8 a. m and any price together constitute a very held Tuesday morning from St. tho Forward League, among them ing served ai Prior for three years, rosary, sermon and benediction at small minority." church, when being Dr. J. A. Alexander, Col. P. H. beginning In 1878. Bertrand's Louis 7:30 o'clock in tho evening. ExerIn concluding tho speaker in- many old friends and acquaintances Callahan, Dr. M. B. Adams, Henry cises and mission for the children sisted that Congress could not dele- assisted at tho requiem high mass M. Johnson and H. V. McOhesnoy. VINCENTIANS. will be on Sunday, Monday and gate its duty to the President in for tho reposo of hor soul. If tho Democratic party's success Tuesday, 'beginning at 2:30 p. m. the present crisis and said: Thn nnnrtnrlv troneral meeting of depends upon tho efforts of these, This mission will afford an excel "If we are called upon to act in Tho death of Miss Margaret Rus- coupled with Bryan, Beckham and men of tho St. Vincent do Paul So- year re- Haly, then tho old party is sure in cioty will be held tomorrow afterlent opportunity for preparation for this matter it will ho tho most sol- sell In her Lent and a proper celebration on emn responsibility ever laid upon moves from St. Mary Magraleno's a bad fix. Alexander is absolutely noon In Knights of Columbus Hall. Easter Sunday, and doubtless will any of us. If any member in that parish ono of its most devout and unknown to tho voters; Callahan President Doyle expects a full atattract the largest attendance over hour Is influenced in tho least by devoted members, and from hor Im- and Johnson opposed tho Demo- tendance and will Introduce an able party politics, by prejudice, by sym mediate circle a cherished member. cratic ticket and nominees here; speaker. In the morning tho con- witnessed at St. Paul's. fnvnnnnq will TPPttlvn holv COm- pathy for elthor side in the Euro- Miss Russell had endured a linger- Adams was President of tho TRUST ARCHBISHOP IIANNA. pean war, ho will bo untruo to tho ing illness at her homo, 936 South League and can not bo con- munion In a body at their respective oath of office ho has taken here, Brook street, Sho loaves four sidered a loyal Democrat, whllo churcnes. Mayor Rolph, of San Francisco, ff over in our lives we should be hrnthora nnnrcro W.. Of NOW York: was the has suggested that Archbishop American citizens only. It will be Dennis, M, J. and James Russell, candidate for Governor on a prohiMKE PASSION PLAY. Hanna ho appointed head of a board then. I am not so greatly alarmed and five sisters, Mrs. Charle3 A. bition platform. to settlo all labor dis- about possible trouble with Germany Tnhh nf fttnolnnatl: Mrs. Nettle of arbitration On tho five Fridays in March, beA representative of the Intended putes Inthat city. Ho further sug- as I am about a divided country iRuhl, Mrs. J. J. Brennan and Mlsso3 Brumleyo ticket credits tho Ken- ginning March 2, tho members of gested that the Archbishop should hero. Divisions now may not only Mary anu iiiizaDom uusseu. j.hu tucky Irish American with a pretty tho choir of St. Bonlfaco church be empowered to appoint four other prevent peaceful settlement of our funeral took place Wednesday morn- accurate forecast of the slato for will present tho drama, "Veronica vaclerical members representing quarrel with Germany, but may re- ing, Rev. Father Gausepohl officiat- the Domocratic nominations in the or tho Holy Face," at the school, "No other sult In disorder in our own border, ing at the requiem high mass. To primary, hut says that Harry at 8:15. Those taking part havo rious denominations. member of the community," said the with consequence much more seri- those who survive her and whos Weaver, & brother of rehearsed diligently and a good perMayor, "possesses the confidence of ous, than war with any foreign home life with her was that of the Weaver, will "be the nominee for formance Is promised. This producy all classes to such an extent as does power. The propaganda now going typical Catholic is extended the County Clerk, wfolle John F. Wood- tion Is on the order of a Passion the AronWahop." en throughout the country to avoid will he the play. ruff, the eoatractor, of many friend.- sixty-eighal self-maste- ry solf-maste- ry Mc-KcnMc-Kennt ht Heatedebrifearkeaturtlat'fr and William John brothers, Whitaker. The funeral was hem -- Tuesday. fromwtJJoh'iifS'vchucvh.. morning. Attorney Scott Bullitt and Foster. Political students of tho local situation also say that Loralno Mix Is far the strongest in tho County Judgeship TICKET race, but in all of tho other contests it is an open race with the best man winning. Friends of Joe that end at this stage, the same applying to else could hope to achieve Jailer Charley County Novhv-.Seno- tai .MoNutt wlg Tho churches of tho United States have not suffered financially from tho European war and tho Increased cost of living, nor has their ordlnary rato of growth been reduced during tho last year. Thoy havo given freely to the millions of dollars sent to the war sufferers and yet maintained tholr own regular work with undiminished force. Tho 1917 edition of tho Year Book of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America has just bcen issued and the figures gain for the show a substantial Catholic church in America. The Year Book is edited by Dr. H. K. published under ProtCarroll and estant auspices. This book shows that in 1916 tho Catholics, Protestants and Orthodox religious bodies had an aggregate of 40,017,-00- 0 communicants or members. The net increase for 1916 was 747,000, or 204,000 more than tho increase in 1915. In 1890 tho total religious strength was 20,618,000, so that In twenty-si- x years tho net increase was 19,399,000 or 94 per cent. In the same time the gain in population in this country has been 39,000,000 or 61 per cent. Dr. Carroll's figures credit the Catholic church with a gain In this country for 1916 of 216,000, while tho next largest gain Is credited to the Methodist church with an increase of 136,000. The Baptists are given 132,000, the Presbyterians 27,000 79,000, tho Episcopalians and the Lutheran bodies 20,000. The total gain In churches of Catholics and Protestants combined was 117. yet tho Catholic churches Increased in number 199, the Methodist Epist, copal showing a loss of tho Northern Baptists a loss of thlr- iyithree,. the NortherpuEresbytarians , anu tne a loss or ninety-seve- n Episcopalians seven. Dr. Carroll states that churches, particularly In the rural regions, are being closed or merged for tho sake of economy and efficiency. Tho gain in ministers according to tho Year Book figures is 2,643, which I? nearly double that of 1915 Tho largest gain is credited to tho Catholic church, 4Vo priests being added to tho roll. Tho Baptists 159, added 365, tho Lutherans whllo tho rest was scattered among the many Protostant denominations shows an or sects. Tho census enormous loss to tho Disciples of Christ in both churches and follow ers, but the Year Book publishers is because of faulty claim this counting of previous years, an apparent los3 being shown of 709 churches and 185,000 members. The gain of 478 priests and 216,000 communicants is especially pleasing to Catholics, showing 1916 to bo one of the most prosperous years for tho church in America. Then again the increase of 199 churches speaks well for the spread of tho faith, many of these new edifices following tho splendid work of tho Catholic Extension Society, which Is doing great things In tho erection of making possible churches In isolated sections and preventing many settlers in those districts from straying away from tho fold. sixty-eigh- l MEETING NIGHT CHANGED. forty-seven- th Anti-Salo- on ey Haly-Beckha- m Division 3, A. O. H., during the Lenten season will meet on the first and third Monday of tho month instead of Friday, this change being made to enable tho members to attend the Lenten services on the latter night. The meeting of Division 3 was well attended and full President Riley obliof interest. gated two new members and presented another application. A propwith Division osition to 4 in putting a baseball team in the Twin City League was discussed and adopted by a unanimous vote. 3 will The members of Division mako a good showing in tho St. Patrick's day parade, special notices for which were ordered sent out. The Hibernians will visit St. Patrick's church on Sunday morning and rcceivo holy communion In a body at the 6:30 o'clock mass, and it is expected there will bo a good turn-oof tho divisions and auxiliary. Lieut. P. T. Mullln, who was seriously injured in an automobllo accident, was reported Improving, though ho will bo off duty for some timo. Much interest is being taken in the entertainment in honor of St. Patrick, to be held in St. Patrick's Hall on the evening of March 18, for which a fine programme Is being arranged. ut WORKING FOR BIG SISTERS. Tho Welfare Committee of the Auxiliary of tho House of the Good Shepherd, Grace street, Chicago, has begun a Big Sister movement, In purpose in behalf of youny women to the Big Brother movement of tho Holy Name So cletv in behalf of young men who need special advice and oare.. slm-U- ai er-May-or sym-path- BaBTUOKY KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVBRY SATURDAY. IKISHC A3MOEXICAJX. I hit"""y Iutone KMNTUGKY U & Swfcl Md HriM, iMtkBfa m oiwiite sutfc of Mwta, Aft mm by Aaateat Osd a MeJ tsl klsiifck Icorp4, uiOmtHe j Bacon a son We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons. '! Publfftw AMKBICAN PWIMTINQ CO., S1NOLB COPY PRICE, ON DOLLAR PBR YEAR SCRIPTION fl flatter. HeUrtJ tfci UajyrM P?rtlc tfcTttHTUCKV W6H AMBttHiAH, 31M1 Wt Or- e- St. to ArwtHCoawUUM IHIH - f m The New Spring Silks Tussah Silks; in both light and dark shades suitable for street and evening dresses and underwear; it is 36 inches wide- and the price, per yard, is 39c i Tussah Silks; a heavy quality with a high finish; light and dark shades in solid colore; it is 36 inches wide and selling - fAOESrag?) LOUISVILLB, KY COUNCIL SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1917 I I I as evidence of their earnestness and loyalty? Tho answer is they are Has our neighbor, the Evening t00 much for England and could not 45c at, per yard Post, never heard or read of the D0 f0una jf uncle Sam needed their John services. achievements of Commodoro Tub Silks; we aro showing a beautiful line of these silks in Barry, the father of our navy, or white ground with colored stripes of all the different BAD JUDGMENT. Commodoro Perry? Was it becauso shades; suitable for waists and skirts; 34 inches wido and Engthey fought our battles against d school commisOur '. priced at, yard $1.00 Post (failed to give land that tho sion are now clamoring for tho them "the credit It accorded to John public to back them in a fight on Shantung; in tho natural ground with .colored coin spots Paul Jones, Farragut and Dewey? tho Water Company to compel the and stripes; suitable for sport dreses: a material Today there is much gold laco in tho latter to allow a passageway selling at, per yard .'. . . .$1.25 navy, but tho Post need have little through the latter's grounds for fear that men will not como forward tho pupils. This prompts tho quesHabutai Silk; in solid white, suitable for dresses and waists; SO FAR AND NO FURTHER. who will possess every requisite and .' .$1.00 silk on sale at, per yard coma tion, why didn't this tho ability to fight for and protect mission find this out before they Orepo do Chine; a silk and linen crepo in all the leading SOCIAL OLUB SCORES. ner husband at Detroit, baving been the Stars and Stripes. 003HNG EVENTS. built the school in this inconvenient here the past month on a visit to colors for both street and evening wear; 36 inches wide; and impossible location? is Tho friends SAFETY FIRST. March 18 Entertainment under connectedand relatives, Mr. SandIm- Knights Social Club of tho Catholic price, per yard 50c dewith the Government of America scored a auspices of Division 3, A. O. H., in PROBE FOOD TRUST. cided success Monday night, when migration Department at Detroit. The caption is a good motto in , St. Patrick's school hall. Stripe Taffetas; a new lino in medium colorings with broad its first entertainment took place these terrible times. Bo neither a March IS Entertainment under stripes; these silks aro 36 inches wido and suitable for A New York State food official From Hot Springs same news this at St. Martin's Hall. There was a mule nor a fool! Tms is tho sensi- reports that the food market lias auspices of Division 4, A. O. II., in week that Col. James P. Whallen largo attendance, the awards wero dress skirts; price, per yard $1.89 Is getting along nicely and improv- numerous and desirable, ble admonition of tno Catholic been cornered and is now com- Bortrand Hall. and all April Feast of Na- ing every day, and that ho expects present spent a most enjoyable 40 inches wide and shown in Silk Poplins; a heavy quality; Of course you, as an pletely out of Columbian. the farmers' hands. tions by "Trinity Council in club to soon return to Louisville in good evening. Many have requested that a good lino of street shades; suitable for dresses and coat American citizen, have tho right to He says that while potatoes aro house. by Mrs. another bo given after Easter. ji.d suits; price, per yam you selling In party of Bhape. Ho is accompanied April 14 Annual bridgo walk upon a railroad, but if Whallen. New York for ?121 a ton, Junior Circle of the Queen's Daughpersist in it when a train is ap- in London blockaded ! COUNCIL LECTURE.' TRINITY n Miss Hallie C. Barnett has gone proaching you will bo run over. Tho London they are selling for $52 a ters. Rev. P. M. Monaghan, Chairman to El Paso to spend several months. Coroner would declare tho direct ton. This samo expert predicts that KexsxxoBxxKxoa En route she visited hor aunt, Mrs. of Trinity Council's Literary Com cause of such a one's death as food prices will advance CO per and mittee, announces that James D. B. Stamps, at Memphis, B. 'utSBSsSiMi mulishness. So go on tho princi- cent. more. IMs means that this cousins, Misses Louiso and Joan Kelly will address tho members of Sullivan, at New Orleans during tho Trinity next Monday evening, his ple that tho world Is pretty wide country should cither placo an emsubject being "Advice to Young Mardi Gras season. outside tho war zono to enjoy the bargo on all food going out of this Men." This is tho first of Trinity's privileges of an American citizen. country or send some of tho food Margaret Virginia Is the name be- social programme for tho present That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a When mob violence Is rampant in speculators to jail. bo an John Glenn was a visitor last stowed upon a pretty baby girl just season and others will SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to .bear interest COMPOUNDED week at Tampa, Fla. your city, you stay at home, alarrived at tho homo of Cant. Martin nounced later. twice a year; There MAY COUE a time when yoxr "LAST DOLLAR" McNally, of tho No. 13 Englno Comthough you havo tho right to the HOME RULE. LEXINGTON. John McConnell returned Satur- pany. Tho christening took place muit be spent for somethUg yon DO NEED. The SAVING sow of the streets. To butt against the police, day from a visit at Akron, Ohio. Sunday .afternoon at tho Church of Tho menace of an uprising of the who would exhort you to keep dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. Ono hundred and fifty of Erin's Our Lady and was followed by a Miss Margaret Hagan spent last happy gathering at tho residence of sons will have places around the away, would be a persistency worthy lower classes in England has given banquet table for tho celebration to of a mule, so don't do it! Keep to tho Irish party their cue to week with Mrs. George Mulllcan at tho parents. bo held at the Phoenix Hotel in press tho Government to put tho Springfield. outside the war zone. Master Louis Besten was host Lexington on St. Patrick's day. This home rulo bill act in forco imme Bo not a fool either, mistaking re- Saturday afternoon to a number of is tho first St. Patrick's day banquet Mrs. John P. Hanley has notoriety for fame, by making your- diately. It is an opportune time turned from a visit to Mrs. Warren his llttlo friends at a very dollght-fu- l given in tho Bluegrass for six years, party in celebration of his and many notables will be present. self a victim in order that America and tho Irish party should not fail Stono at Leitchfield. tenth foirthday anniversary at tho Among tho speakers who havo ac- im may be rent by tho convulsions of to uso their opportunity to thd Fifth and Court Place. Frank Schmltt spent the past home of his father, Henry Besten, cepted invitations for the day aro war. A real patriot loves tho utmost limit. While it must bo week in New York City on business on Cherokeo parkway. Those pres- Gov. Stanley, Open Dally Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. Gov. and United States District ent were Masters William Reisert, American peoplo and would not en- admitted that tho opponents of for J. Bacon & Sons. Raymond Selbert, Alexis Schulten, Attorney Thomas D. Siattery. "homo rule at any price" are in danger 'their peace by any Henry RIttor, Cllnes, Col. John J. Barry, Ho would not go into power, and that they will hedge and returned Tuesday from Wharfmaster, Thomas Schulten, Clifford Lenno, IMPROVING. Hot Springs, Thomas rights resist as far as possible, still it is much Improved in health. a zone where his violated Bernard Schlldt, Louis Besten. Mrs. Charles McBride, who sufwould bo the reason why tho peace not Improbable that they may look Mr. and Mrs. Gus Muthman left MACK1N COUNCIL. fered painful burns Saturday evenof millions would suffer. There are upon a home rulo government in Sunday for New Orleans to ing when her dress caught fire from fools who would damn the universe Ireland as a haven of safety for the Mardl Gras celebration. attend night a record a gas heater at her home, 725 South Next Monday to add to their rights and posses- themselves should affairs at home street, is able to be up breaking attendance is looked for Thirty-thir- d $The Best Straight Whisky On Earth Mrs. Frank Pooley has been en- at tho meeting of Mackin Council, and improving. Her husband, who sions. .Do not bo one of those! Do take a turn for tho worse, as they on his hands in extertaining her sister. Miss Bertha If tho blockade not wilfully expose yourself to the inevitably will Sam Rob- suffered burns Y. M. I., when imtinguishing tho blazo, is danger of death for such a one is proves halfway effective. Of course Slener, of North Vernon, Ind. ertson will deliver an address, tak- proving. Their injuries weroalso dressed Present INCORPORATED not and never can bo regarded as a this is a consideration which will J. Edward Lenihan Is home from ing for bis subject "Tho meeting by Dr. A. R. BIzot and will not World prove serious. martyr, but is a plain suicide. not bo as much as hinted at during Alburquerque, N. M., where ho vis- Monday Crisis." At tho Sole Owners Registered Dint. No. 32 evening Chairman Spayd Now, more than ever, is a time tho negotiations, nevertheless it ited his brother, Ray C. Lenihan. reported everything in readiness for Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 West Main Street. LENTEN LEAGUE. stating that tho to show tho Yankee sense that has will bo tho ono consideration that Mrs. Josephine Spalding arrived the Marathon race, the council will loving cup which made Jonathan proverbial. Don't will mako tho Tories accede to the Tuesday from Lebanon to bo tho A number of the Catholic pastors ofswagger into disaster to make your- demand of tho Irish party for guest of Miss Mary Elizabeth Car- present is tho handsomest yet ath- of tho city havo joined together to Tho programme for the fered. during Lent a different the end Don't go on tho grant it they must, sooner or later. roll. self important! letic carnival to tako placo on tho ono willthat preach week at the FINAL CLEARANCE theory that you havo tho rjght to Irishmen tho world over should bo is of a very in- Lenten service each each evening of March .3 church. Miss Alma Holzbog, of Jefferson-vlllin Mac-ki- n go where you like you have not, ready to lend all tho support in to Col- teresting kind and "members of out- Thoso who aro in tho compact aro is home from a visit aro much enthused over its mn 9 oven hero lit America among your their power to the Irish party when orado Springs, Milwaukee and ChiSchuhmann, of St. John's; Much business was trans- Father O'Connor, of Holy Name; come. Fatfior fellows. putting tho homo cago. tho demand for acted and upon all sides wore Father Broy, of Holy Cross; Father was Hill, of St. Ann's; rulo act into operation at onco is Miss Ireno BInford Is at Ocean evidences that the council Father Kellar, CHRISTIAN HANDBOOK. made. That tho act does not real Springs, Miss., for a visit of several making steady progress. assistant at St. Vincent do Paul; Father Constantino, O. F. M., of St. Bishop Hartley, in his Lenten ize tho ideal of liberty which ho weeks as tho guest of Mr. and Mrs ADVICE OF BISHOP. Peter Claver; Father Ackermann, has cherished will not excuse any I. W. Simmons. pastoral, calls attention to the fact Nerl, and Father of St. Philip In every Catholic family there Weiss, of St. George. Mis Catherine Corrigan is exthat the Catechism is tho common Irishman for declining to support least one good ment of speakers will boAnnounceought to be found at made in handbook of Christian faith for ev- tho Irish party's demand. Such a pected homo today from New Or Catholic newspaper that will help erybody In tho church. Its well man should remember that every leans, where she attended the Mardl to keen alive a deep interest in pub each church tho preceding Sunday. Gras festivities. lic Catholic affairs, as well as tho arranged, its beautiful lessons ex- conression won from England adds IRISmiAN AND SOLDIER. present-da- y history of to Ireland's power and brings much pressed In slmplo words ought to Mrs. John W. Flood Is visiting progress and complete inde her brother, Richard M. Mullen, at the church. Such a papor not only Brig. Gen. bo engraved upon our hearts and nearer her day of every Catholic O'Beirne, who rose James tho Rowan ranks El Paso, Texas, whero ho has been ought to bo found in from FOR minds neither years, nor honors, pendence. family but it should also ido reaa to the command of a brigade in tho spending the winter. by everybody in tho family so that civil war, died of heart dlseaso Sun COUNTY COMMISSIONER nor the success of life should over DON'T RUSH. Pure wool, bluo serge, bo allowed to crowd them out nor Tho many friends of Dr. C. F. all may become familiar with tho day at his homo in New York City. reSubject to tho action of the DemoMelton, the druggist, will be sorry Catholic thought of the day and Ho was born in Ireland seventy-fiv- o worsted and helpbury them in oblivion. How casslmero With tho True Voice, we aro not to fresh tho soul with tho beautiful cratic party. Primary, Auugst 4, to suits; staple and novelty ful and beneficial therefore would It of those who believe tho country andlearn that lie Is ill at Sts. Mary sentiments that aro so often to be years ago and was broughtwhen this 1917. country by his parents a Elizabeth Hospital. overcoats. found in charming llttlo stories and child. Ho was severely wounded in not be for every Catholic to take should rush into war without conup tho Catechism from tlmo to time sideration. War is a terrible thing. Mary Louiso Maloney enter- verses tho stirring speeches ana tho battle of Ohancellorsvlllo, and Miss With tho passing of this public letters upon tho Catholic to recall again in their simplicity If anything Is needed to bring that tained a number of friends with a events of tho hour. This is tho ad- was awarded tho military medal by Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces salo goes your last opporparty af very enjoyable valentine Congress for gallantry at tho battle and clearness the teachings of the truth home to us we need only look her homo in Crescent Hill. vice given by the Right Rev. Bishop of Fair Oaks. After Tetirlng from tunity to particlpato In a For the next three weeks wo aro Hartley to his people, and applies tho army Gen O'Belrno lived in going to offer all of our laces at a church and refresh the soul onco at tho condition of warring Europe. remarkable clothing ovent. more with tho beautiful lessons of Yet war may sometimes bo neces Messrs. J. B. Mattingly and Nick to Catholics tho country over. Washington before coming to New liberal discount. This offer is genuQualities liko these will York. Ho la survived toy one daugh- ine, and it will pay our the long ago preparation for first sary. When it offers tho only es- Downs wero last week tho guests cost considerably more next AGAIN ON STAGE. customers to write us at onco while tho Froman's ter. communion day. How edifying If cape from an Intolerable situation of relatives in Nelson county. Creek fall, due to the incrannorl neighborhood, our stock is complete. 'The war, which is responsible for up war should bo faced "with courage fathers and mothers .would tako cost of fabric and labor. UNFOUNDED. so many things, has induced that the CatochiBm with their children Mrs. Grace Nolan, of Wichita, greatest of Catholic actresses, Miss All sizes for men and young and determination. Wo do not beRogers Church Goods Co. Right Rev. Msgr. J. J. Dunn, inspire them with love and ambition lieve in peace at any price. National Falls, Texas, and Miss Edna Halley Mary Anderson, now Mmo. do men. of 129 s, FOURTH AVE. Its study make it their prldo rights must bo Bafeguarded and havd concluded a week's visit with Navarro, to return for a few brief Chancellor ut tho Archodloccso no for says that thero is hours to tho stage to delight the New York, for tho report about a to train them to be always ready national honor preserved, else wo Mrs. John Thelss, Crescent Hill. foundation present build churches ablo to answer and explain do not deserve to exist as a nation. and announces and her generation with her beauty prospective gift of $750,000 lor the town, tho streets and and schools, Mrs. Ella Holbourn art. Mary Anderson Is ap- erection of a new bulldmg at St. grado build homes every question pertaining to tho the engagement of her daughter, pearing in tho balcony scene from tho business buildings for was sent to the Anna May, to Clarence Knopf. Tho "Romeo and Juliet," supported by Joseph Seminary, Dunwoodle. Car- and teachings of faith. What an honor, When Beckham wedding will tako place in April. dinal Farley has not Tecelved such colonists. Basil Gill, at the Coliseum in Lon- a gift, nor Is there ono In sight, so what a consolation to tho church United States Senate it was never an enterprising variety house to find all her children, both young dreamed that ho would become HEALTH BETTER. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Meehan, don, refined order. Tho engagement far as tho church authorities know. Third and Market of a and of South Sixth street, are visiting in was fflr tho first week of February His old, always ablo to speak with Bryan's valet apd The health of Archbishop KenNew Orleans, whore they went to only, and tho inducement which has BUILDS IRISH COLONY. Intelligence and edification of the double dealing make Kcntuckians nedy, rector of the American attend tho Mardl Gras celebration brought "Our Mary" back to the grand old faith of their fathers blush. at Rome, is reported steadily Thomas Maloney, President of the princely salary which footlights is when occasion calls for it. Master John T. Hogan, of 953 she proposes ato expend on the war Realty and Colonization Company Improving.'' He 13 now able to be Bl FATHER FITZGERALD ILL. South Seventh street, entertained charities in which she is interested of Omaha, Nob., has purchased a out of doors and takes frequent his llttlo friends and playmates with and for which she has been working tract containing 28,962 acres of drives. MENACE AND DANGER. IMPORTERS Rev. Father J. J. Fitzgerald, pas a Mardl Gras party Tuesday even- so land in Arkansas, on which to eshard In her country home. MISSAL IN ENGLISH. great menace and danger to tor of St. Leo's church, of Highland ing. an Irish Catholic colony. tablish The FINE WINES AND Ll( Ho is a former Treasurer of tho MUST EXERCISE OARE. this country just now aro tho liars Park, is ill at St. Joseph's Infirm Lovers of the Roman MlBsal will spending Timothy Kennoy, who is employed Hibernians, but has been Distillers and Whol.salei by of subsidized ary, suffering from nervous trouble by tho State at Putmnnvlllo, Ind., and distortionists ers in Finett Barnds oi Overcrowding of a street car is a good many years in colonization rejoice in a new translation, n condition. American newspapers. Thoy would and general friends of this hard- is sponding a five days' vacation negligence on the part of a street work, with headquarters at umana. Very Rev. Edward A. Pace, D. D., tucky Whiskies, especiij Tho many .force this country Into war, but working and beloved pastor hope for with his father, John Kenney, and car company and persons suffering Tho President was former Mayor and Rev. John J. Wynne, S. J., Just published by tho 'Home Press of Injury as a result of such over- of Council Bluffs, and is a man of New York City. The mass as tho would not fight its battles. Soma a speedy recovery. During his ill- other relatives in Jeffersonvllle. crowding may recover damages. considerable prominence. Ho says supremo act of Christian worship is Uisre are, and not far from Louis- - ness the Dominican lathers have will 959 This was held by Superior Judge the colony to be established Miss Josephine Fitzgerald, BOTTLED IN BC henn In charge of the services at Cathpoint whose attachment for England South Seventeenth street, has re- Pugh at Cincinnati in overruling a be composed of the very highest naturally tho highest It has ofalways Tfltttm 1943. St. Leo's. 234 and olic devotion, and from civil war times. They turned from Memphis, Tenn., after demurrer by the Cincinnati Traction class citizens, agriculturists that very enjoyable two weeks visit Company to the $25,000 damage business men, and will como from been the wish of the church word, a ears not that for a long time EngLENTEN SERVICES. children follow, word for BEWARES to her aunt, Mrs. Maurice Keane. suit of Miss Sarah O. James. Miss many sections of tho old country her celebration by tho priest This land has stolen, pried Into and deJames was injured seriously when and from different sections of the Its translation St. Boniface church during the At enables all the new stroyed much of the mail, between Beware of the lylr Harry T. Colgan was taken to she attempted to alight frpm a car United States. It Is first proposed faithful to do so fruitfully, season tho sermons at the The Germany' and the United States and Lenten Wedneeday evening services will be Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital at Sixth and Mound streets, she al to build a town to bo named "Qase-- J book itself is the exact reproduction fears to come out in ti the memory of left nothing undone that would preached in German and on Sunday Monday, the death of his mother, lege. According to her claim, the ment" In honor ofSir Roger Case- -, in English of the Missal used by tho light will shine. Colgan, on Sunday conductor told her she would have the Irish patriot, bantpar American foreign trade. The evening in EnglWh. Father Linus Mrs. Mary T. great has been and actions, but man! pastor, has coming as too a shock follow to "equeeM" through the crowd. In ment. who was executed last year the priest. Tho translation of com- hood out of plausL Braun, several years time nor eauee for war has not yet secured 0. M. ofC, the attempting to dm through the charged with complicity in an al- - made after all other translations in tlons and transmit eloquent ing his recent Illness. some the most arrived. Wfcy don't theee war ad- priest of the Franciscan order for r crowd on the rwr platform she fell leged Irish uprising plan, The coi- - parison of with the intent to company will lay out the the other languages. Injured army aowltlieM nltoU. oniMUon Tocatea Join ttie regular Mrs. B. J. Sand toft today to Join land was NAVAL HEROES. J hand-picke- x 34-in- ch ? all-wi- se 36-inc- h war-riddo- SOCIETY. SOmC8aC8aC8SS3 I The Last Dollar )..' ' Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. ex-Lie- ss. &gg&g w& mttmsmsmwrnmsw OLDBARBEE JNO.T. BARBEB&CO. FOR V01M o, I f 1 Iriensand u Overcoats H. S. 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Louis A. Broring, HomB Phone D. D. S. Mktt St Prompt XJ3J3VMST1 2556 430 W, AMERICAN ELEVATORS MA1DH ENGRAVERS IN IiOUISVUJLB ELEVATOIl MACHINE OO. BY & MHLICH ENGRAVING AMEIUOAX Ml COMPANY ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS EU3CTROTYPERB Louisville, Ky W. Mala St., Home Phone City 6674 IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER MaD lllustratlnc the danger zone In which Germany declares she will sink ships without warninc, The insert sketch of ship Illustrates the rule laid down In tho German note as to how American ships must bo marked for Immunity. I Funeral Directors and Embalmers I BOTH PHONES'. 'H X Climb. Mnln SOOS-- n In accordance with tho decree of tho Third Plenary Council of Balti more, tho collection for tho Indian A. O. H. and negro missions will do taicen ud in tho Louisville diocese at all the masses tomorrow. A special ap DIVISION 3. Residence Phone, Pewee Valley peal is made to tho people to be SEE FOOLEY or First and third Friday, Hibernian generous In tho maintenance Phone, City 3180. 0 Home, Portland. these home missions. roil MONEY iCONFTOBNltfAL President John J. Riley. RELIABLE JOS. DALY VIco President Tim O'Leary. NOTRE DA3EB. P. R. POOMJY Recording Secretary John MarCONTRACTING PAINTER Building Boom 1, l Addresses and music featured the tin. Secretary John J. Financial exercises at Notre 420 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. Lincoln day 415 Fourth Street Damo University, whero tho senior Broderick. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. had charge of tho proHome Phone Shawnee 801 THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. law class Andrew McDonough read Sorgeant-at-Arm- s gramme. Pat Bogley. HENRY GOSS INCORPORATED Sentinel Thomas Noone. an ode and addresses wero made by aoorxxo, auxTEBJora, EPOtrnxa Harry Kelly, Samuel Flwell, Elmer Distillers Of Tobin and John Cassidy. Musical JSepairea and Painted Xi Bo-- OLD FORTUNA BOUR MABB DIVISION 4. "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE numbers wero furnished by the uni- Meets second and fourth Mondays, ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY versity qhartette and the orchestra Loalsrllle, Ky. directed by Howard Parker. Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. S8U Wert Broadway, loaUYllla, Zy. 538 W. Main St. President Thomas Lynch. ARTISTIC PRINTING Vice Presldont John J. Barry. MAYORS ARE CHOSEN. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Tho Great American FIRST CLASS WORK election of In&'i Langan.,807 West Oak. Tho annual Recording Secretary William P. Lord Mayors and Mayors took place Give This Offlco Your Next Order all over Ireland the first week of McDonogh. TAYLOR & WILLIASIS Treasurer John F. Burke. February. In Dublin Alderman L. 317 W. GREEN ST. INCORPORATED. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas DI O'Neill, who wa3 imprisoned after LOUISVILLE, KY. City 946 Telephone the rebellion, was unanimously Sentinel M. J. McDormott. chosen; In Belfast James Johnston -M - WM"M succeeds Sir Crawford McCullough, l-M -MM"M"W aftfr t and In Cork Mr. Butterfleld was reY. ILL elected. Tho ne Mayors aro Mr. Slater for Kilkenny, Dudley Hanley SLVCION COUNCIL, 205. for for Sllgo, W. T. Skefflngton Drogheda, and Alderman Peters for Meets Monday evenings at Club Clonmel. In Limerick, Watorford, House, 344 North Twenty-sixtDerry and Wexford the outgoing 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, President S. O. Hubbuch. Mayors were First Vico President William A. Link. Second Vice President Raymond ' B. Schott. Financial Secretary William G. 21-- J. , JOHN B. O'LEARY & GQ. Headquarters for 8UCED BACON CTXY AND FARM PROPERTY. "AM Ready for Your Griddle la the See us about anything in real Morning" estate. We sell, buy and rent. SAUSAOB HAMS, liARD, 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. IODISVIIiliE PROVISION OO. Home' Phone City 4464. (Is eorpo ratal.) "SOUTHERN STAR" NEED YOUR HELP. SOCIETY DIRECTORY CRACK SHOTS. Leo Vogel, crack rifle shot at Notro Damo University, scored 192 out of 200 in the second match of the Rifle Club. Tho organization is competing In class A of tho college division of tho National Rifle As-- i soclatlon. Other scores wero R. Cullen, 189; Jack Young, 187; W, Heinrich, 184, and John Mlllor, 183, SOLD TO CITY. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. 6-- &) "Delivery Service?" CALL NO. 467 Sure. 3 EITHER PHONE, SATISFIES THAT LONGING. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef 1818-182- FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Courier-Journa- Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, has boon reached and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. between the municipal authorities PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. of Philadelphia and Archbishop Prondergast for tho sale to the city or Bt. Vincent's Homo property at Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 Twentieth and Race streets for a TltHJ sum approximately ?326,000. Tho purchaso is mado to provide a site for tho now municipal court build An agreement lngs. GENEROUS RESPONSE. YELLOWSTONE WIEDEMANN trtCORPORATED WHISKEY - DOUGHERTY & McELUOTT h. Archbishop G. W. Mundelein's letter 'appealing to tho Catholics of the Chicago archdloceso to tako care of tho little children hitherto aided by tho money of tho State, which was rendered unavailable by tho decision of JudgqJesso A. Baldwin on January 25 restraining tho State from paying tho money to the various institutions on tho plea that they aro sectarian, Is meeting with generous responses from Catholics of various nationalities, who have pledged to take care of the children In their own homes or to furnish the money for their support. There wero 1,200,000 copies of tho letter printed. BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. BeM at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excelktU8!c GRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. WE WANT YOUR WORK We're Prepared to Do It Promptly Style. and in First-Clas-s Bucket. Homo City SODS Recording Secretary Robert Morris. tlH CUMBERLAND Treasurer George J. Thornton. Marshal Joseph Hohman. Morris Inside Sentinel Outside Sentinel James Hill. But-time- r. PRINTING Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty. HOME PHONE HOME PHONE 88 MAIN 3971.y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. BBBBBBBBBttaisSr T & isBbIH to tho Sacred Heart Retreat on tho Nowburg road, is in Colorado to conduct missions at Rocky Ford, Ordway and Frulta, bered by visitors LOS ANGELES SEE. 946. 822 East Main. &tx?&&. 4tMVimWmMVHUVUMVMUVHUUWUVtMMMUHUMHMVI GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. HsBBBBBBBBBBBBm 1& SMT S3 J iBBIBBBBBBBBT'g x 9 Salt Lake friends and relatives in tho Catholic University of America, havo received reports and rumors from Washington that tho distinguished educator will soon be appointed Bishop of Los Angeles. It is said tho rumors came from several good sources, although nothing official has been given out by tho Papal Delegate. POWER OF RIVER. There are more spindles turned in tho milfs of Lawrence by the power of tho Merrlmac river than are turned by any other river in any other city in tho world. Four hundred acres of mills, employing 40,000 hands, put out 2,000,000 tons of woven fabrics each year. And yet this power does not compare with that wasted on tho river and falls around Louisville. THE 3IAN WHO QUITS. The man who quits has a brain and hand As good as the next; but he lacks tho sand That would mako him stick with a courage stout To whatever he tackles, and flght it out. , He starts with a rush and a solemn That he'll soon be showing tho oth ers how: Then something new strikes his Toving eye, And his task is left for the bye and bye. vow of Rev. William sor of sociology J. Korby, profes- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 810 WBST OXMXBN it BLBV'LabCvK BSBBBBBBBBBT,r iMBAmF' ,VB STHKBT. i i llBBBaBBBglBaBjj.gggf:, sEBJB Coras, Bbb!ob and Callooars Removed Withctii Pal Injrown and Abnormal Treated. MAJOR GEN. WOOD. Funeral Director and Embalmed f Commander of the Eastern de partment of the army. ENGLAND SNEERED. Says Henry Adams in his "War ce REAR ADMIRAL MAYO. Dr Uriah Both Phones 1120 tmHtBBHBJaV L Litsey, Chiropodist 500.7 Starts BnildLag THE BEST $1, $1.50, In activo command of the United States navy. IRISH CATTLE LEAD. Beldom grows moro than threo feet high and thrives on tho poorest ot pasturage, yet the cows yield twenty INSTRUMENTS STERILIZED $2 HATS AT of '12:" "The London Star sneered at tho idea that Great Britain was $ SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. to bo 'driven from tho which the blood and treasure of her sons havo attained for her among tho nations by a piece of ijj striped bunting flying at tho mast(frigates heads of a few Cumberland, West 11 Home Phoaa Shawnee 484 manned by a handful of bastards BOTH PHONES 810. Ireland has a breed of cattle that iwieiwitiitiHtimiittiHl RATTERMAN SCANNELL INCORPORATED. bBT quarts ot milk daily. flr-bu- llt LATEST IN STYLES. Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers tSKt"" 3101 WEST BROADWAY H.BOSSEaSON FRED ERHART Funeral Directors and Embalmers. CCIOSENBCXIR Telephone 1022. ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. and outlaws.' Not only," says Adams, "wero American vessels better in model, faster in sailing, easier and quicker in handling and more economical In working than the European, hut they wero also better equipped. Tho English complained as a grievance that tho Americans adopted new and unwarranted devices in naval warfare; that their vessels were heavier and bettor con structed, and their missiles of unusual shape and Improved size. The Americans resorted to expedients that had not been tried before, and excited a mixture of irritation and respect in the English service, until 'Yankee smartness' became a na tional misdemeanor." These new and unwarranted devices are always a misdemeanor when England hasnt first grabbed them. Freeman Journal. SfERITS Separate skirts havo como back into fashion. One of tho newest sport coats is made of a Paisley shawl. Figured muslins aro forecast as foremost fabrics for spring. The one piece frock is becoming more and more a 'necessity to tho wardrobe. Tho smartest of the French frocks continue to bo buttoned down tho back. Both the raglan slcevo and tho dropped armhole are found on several of the now coats and frocks. Tho wearing of a picture hat with a low gown at a, public place in tho evening has returned to fashThere are many who say that the barrel skirt will not go in this country. But tho same was said of tho full skirt. The communion cloth of France will bo used this spring all over the country In fine blouses in white, gray and biscuit. All hats are worn straight across the eyebrows; tho tilt has almost disappeared. The headband is small and shows the hair at sides and back. hats havo been launched for tho early spring season. High shapes of white straw, trimmed with irregular groupings of stiff white wings, are favorites. The Papal hat called the miter has been launched in Paris. It fits the head enugly and the brim Is cut into two high points of even height, back and front Sport hats are made of colored felt with a rough surface, trimmed In black worsted h with a thread, usually Tunning up the high crown in straight line. All-whi- te S23lHKdBHBBBSKB9fSB8BBBBB?9B MULLOY'S COFFEE Is tbe best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- AH the late ind new Stv s and Shayti a be feund oer at rarna.ble prlcM. Louisville Business College 2 1.3 Lbs. 10c in NEW BLEND 65C Special rebate ticket good for trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend. "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS Under tho Management of (Formorly with Spencorian) is still doing that e work that Spenceriaa solicitors havo told you about for past sixteen years. Day and Night. Classes. Phones: Collego Ofllco, City 7883; Cumb. Main 458. Residence, City 4879; Cumb. West 129. Mr. McCarty high-grad- FOR SALE MY HOMB 2422 St. alley. All Xavler. Lot 30x200 to t. Improvements made. Two-stor- y frame; "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone' stone foundation, 6 rooms, halls, closets, complete bath: kitchen with hot and cold water, sink, drain; water, eras for cooking, electrlo Special $3.00 Spray available; light and cistern, hydrant; cellar, cranes, fruit, crarden. lawn, chicken yard and house. All In condition exOar Special $5.00 cept outside painting. May take smaller house in trade. Make offer. The largest values in Fune2267 Shawnee. C. N. JACQUES, ral Flowers ever offered la FOR SALE PARKLAND LOT 50x LouUvlilft. 240 to alley, Grand, 30th-32streets made: water, jras, sewer, elecFor prompt delivery call ?23 tricity available; car line next street. both phoaei. 20-f- 0ir j There's a Justice in Missouri whose Catholicity merits nationHe is Miles wide recognition. Bulger, presiding Judge of tho Jackson County Court, and the Kansas City Register tells that a couple who anDlied to him lately for mar- rlago were refused. "My religion," Wreath ho explained, "teaches me that I have no right to perform the sacred ceremony of marriage. You should got either a priest or a minister to perform tho ceremony." If the marriage question in this country is Shawneo 2287. ever to be solved, the principles of the Catholic church alone can effect PROCEEDS TO CHARITY. the solution. And it is edifying to find such laymen as are not backThe Oklalona Dance Club have ward in asserting her doctrine. donated the proceeds of its laet two COLORADO MISSION'S, dances to the Waller Doll Club, beM. Wt fftCfflfEft SHOP I lieving that this club is doing many pop PourthAwmuglculnfUfJ charitable acta for the worthy poor Rv. Father Isidore Dwyer, of "JWwe telegraphed everywhere." of the elty. tbe Pak)iilet, who Is well rmm- ot d; AVEKDB Corner Fourth and Jefferser PRAISE. It's up to each man what becomes of him; Ho must find in himself the grit and vim That brings sucess; ho can got the skill If ho brings to the task a steadfast will. ion. r. l. Mccarty JOHN M. MULLOY, 212 West Market. No man is beaten till he gives in; Hard luck can't stand for a cheerful grin; Tho man who falls needs a better excuse Than the quitter's whining "What's the use?" GERMAN BANK 'QUAKER MAID' INCORPORATED .J For tho man who quits lets his chance slip, Just because he's too lazy to keep his grip. The man who sticks goes ahead with a shout. While the man who quits Joins the "down and out." Author Unknown. The largest deposits ot anthracite the world are in Clean Grocery Stores. "The Best For Less." Ordors for $1 or more delivered to any part of the city. It your prtpara fcoy aa caseation tbat tam for Ufa. TrtU ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE cross-atltc- coal In Fifth and Market Sts. 113 "W. Broadway, tomlrrtll. Xy. CendLcUd fey the Xaverl&a BreUMra. Soleatlflo and Buataaaa Classical. Courses, Preparatory Dea&rtmat. Lsurca I Clyiaaufr-IttaSwlmnvlDf Pool, Well Tana Uedarafa, Kulad lira. Jiana, Dtr. a. iKEXKrOTUOBCY IRISH AMKRIOAiJf, HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been JDoing the Past Week General News Notes. HERMAN STRAUS fOURTH AVENUt SONS MARKET STREET IHCOP0OVO J We Give and Redeem Gold Trading: Stamps. Attorney Thomns Walsh will be tho St. Patrick's day orator. Division 4 will meet Monday and Division 3 on Monday of tho next REV. CHARLE& P. RAFFO, Pastor of St. Charles Church, "Who The Ancient Order of Blngliamton Celebrated His Annlvorsary on Washington's Birthday, Thursday. havo arranged for a banquet on St. MAHATIION WINNERS. week. Minneapolis has now ten progressive divisions of tho Ladies' Auxiliary. Men, Anticipate Your Needs and Buy Right Now ijBpliw aN3BaaafearfflnlW lilt -- V- - p5aaagjJBlliaWjfeg IM&WMHm MANCHESTER SHIRTS 'ifii V- - AT AT 89c EACH 89c EACH Instead of $1.50 and $2.00 equal to $1.50 and $2 00 qualities, as the materials are one hundred square percales, madras, repp cloth and mercerized materials, and you can have choice of laundered or soft Freuch cuffs, and the price is 89c each. Now they are real brand new spring patterns and you will find these Shirts FURNITURE STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY IMI1I1TS OP M1H. GREENE'S Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves and Ranges ing stamps. Good Furniture at moderate prices without trad- JAS. GREEINTE 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. Sunday week seventy candidates were initiated at Akron, Ohio. Thero was a largo class initiation on Sunday at Fremont, Neb. Cincinnati will Lave a record-breakin- g fourth degree initiation on March 4. new On February 11 twenty-fiv- e members wero received into tho council at Alexandria, La. Tuesday night Archbishop Harly was given an elaborate banquet by Omaha. Tho council aj. Paducali has an Mrs. active auxiliary, of which Edward Hannan is one of the lead- at New Orleans. A largo class was initiated Sunday AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES the Fourth degree members at ing workers. John J. Donovan, Kentucky Dis trict Deputy, will bo ono of tho speakers at tho fourth degree exemplification at Cincinnati. 1101-0- 3 BAST BROADWAY. Bishop Grimes pontificated in the Cathedral at Syracuse on Thursday when tho annual memorial mass for deceased members was celebrated. Gov. Gunter presided at tho Denver exercises Thursday, when tho musical programmo was rendered by tho military band from Fort Logan. Tho council at Pueblo, Col., celebrated its sixteenth anniversary and Lincoln's birthday by initiating a class of sixty and enjoying a .ban quet. Through Grand Knight James Loughlin tho Knights of Bingham- ton sent $500 to Bishop Grimes for the home for aged men and women at Syracuse. INCORPORATED. preFifteen applications wero sented at the last meeting of Car 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. Tho roll Council at Covington. Climb. Main 415 three degrees will be exemplified in Home City 405 tho near future. Tho fourth Sunday in April has been set apart for tho conferring of tho third degree at Indianapolis. Indications are that the high mark of last year may be surpassed. The 'fourteenth annual retreat under tho auspices of tho Knights of Cleveland will be held In St. John's Cathedral, March 4 to 11. Rev. Thomas A. Hanrahan will be tho preacher this year. Rev. M. J. Ripplo, O. P., of St. Louis Bertrand's, will conduct tho annual retreat for the Knights of Columbus at Fremont, Ohio. Tho retreat will open In St. Joseph's church tomorrow night and close tho following Sunday. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. TRY A LOAD OF Wallins Creek Lump Coal FOR HOME USES. High in Heat. Low in Ash. Louisville. Kv.. Feb. 21. 1917 Con aolldatcd statement of Uio Louisville Miss May Zimmermann and EdRailway Company and tho Louisville & Intorurban Railroad Company for ward Raverty, popular New Albany young people, woro married Tuesthe year cnulntr December 31, 1916: day morning at St. Mary's church, GROSS EARNINGS. Transportation tho Rev. William F. Selbortz offirevenue $2,943,481 IB ciating.. (city lines) Joseph Zimmermann, Jr., Transportation revenue (Intcrurtmn lines) G32.762 47 and John Raverty served as ushers. Tho bride was 'becomingly atRevenup from mall, advertising, trackage and tired In a bluo coat suit with light DAN power (city lines) 136,812 43 tan trimmings, and carried a boumall, advert Revenue from quet of Julia Ward roses and vio- tlslntc, and trackaco o 'ouowing tno ceremony a leis. f Ines) w e r (Intorurban 17,028 27 wedding breakfast was sorved at $3,630,077 32 tho home of the bride, after which Gross income OPERATING EXPKNSEK, INCLUD- the' couple departed on an extended Operating expenses (city lines) $1,501,580 Operating expenses (Inter-urba- n 339,089 lines) Federal, State, county and city ror. twelve tax 815,051 months (city lines) Federal, State, county and city tax for - twelve months (Intorurban 30,000 lines) Interest on debt, paid and accrued f . 621,750 Dividend on prefercd stock 125,000 Total expenses and $2,902,471 charges $637,006 Net earnings Dividend on common stock, Louisville. Railway Company $305,630 Dividend on common stock, Louisville & Interurban 180,000 Railroad Company....... Depreciation on machinery .......... 85,690 and equipment 6,265 Incomo account $637,606 Patrick's day. George Washington When A juvenile division of tho Ladles' Auxiliary has been organized at norer dreamed tho wonderful city that bears his Richmond, Ind. Twenty runners contested for the name would today be tho governmental centor ot Bishop O'Donaghuo will deliver honors In tho Mackin Council three-mil- e tho sermon following tho St. Pattho greatest and wealthiest nation, and the mecca of travelers from all over the world. Marathon on Washington's rick's day parade. In his time Washington City was reached by birthday, ono of tho largest fields Division 2 of Syracuse is now in stage after long and tiresome journeys, while that ever left the post in a local second place in tho contest for today tho modern trains of the Baltirace. The Held contained a num- "forty-five- " honors. more & Ohio, affording every luxury and convenber of winners of previous races, Patrick J. Collins will bo Grand ience, land passengers from Western cities in and therefore (all along tho route Marshal of the St. Patrick's day the Nation's Capital in less than a day. there were throngs of people to wit- parade in Now York City. ness the run, which was hotly conLEAVE LOUISVILLE Mrs. tested 'from start to finish, when Orleans McWhortor arrived In Now last 2:30 8:10 2:00 Walton was 'first past tho tape, and remained Saturday from Texas through tho carnival. MORNING MORNING AFTERNOON closely followed by Kennedy, Sharp, Divisions everywhere have exStarting from Clark and Hngan. Low Fares Account Inauguration President Wilson. Mackln club house, 344 North Twenty-si- pressed approval of President Wilpermitted at Washington on ticket to xth street, the route was north son's policy and proffered him support. NEW YORK BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA to Market, east to a designated New York City Hibernians will point between Fourteenth and FifTicket Omce: Fourth and Market. Phones: Main 230, City 230. teenth and return. Mackln's officers make tho coming St. Patrick's day T. J. West, District Passenger Agent and athletic club are elated over tho parade tho greatest ever held In the sucess of this event, which puts tho metropolis. West End organization another step Division 3's entertainment on in the lead in Louisville athletics. March 18 is for the benefit of St. "Our passengers are our guests." The prizes were tho handsomest yet Patrick's new school and deserves offered. loyal support. Walsh, of Massachusetts, INTO ETERNAL REST. will bo tho speaker at the Ancient Order St. Patrick's day celebration Sister Ambrose, for many years at Milwaukee. stationed 'at Bothlehem Academy in ONE DOLLAR starts a Savines Account tho inspirHardin county, has been called into ingPresident Wilson says unswerving assurance of the with this safe, conservative, rest. She had suffered a loyalty of eternal the long illness before death brought re1 very heartening. Ancient Order was Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more lief. Sister Ambrose was seventy-tw- o at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 Tho County Board held a special years old and a native of Ireper cent. No cost to you whatever. land, coming to this cpuntry in her meeting Thursday to discuss plans The same courteous attention givep the for placing a ball team in the Cathyoung womanhood. olic league this year. depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Secretary William P. McDonogh FINK SHOWING MADE. Is busy communicating with other Tho annual meeting of stock- Catholic societies to enroll them In Second aad Market Under the Big Cloak holders of tho Louisville Railway the St. Patrick's day parade. Company was held in the offices of Divisions State Government Supervision. of Omaha have tho company Wednesday afternoon, scheduled a joint Initiation for and tho present Directors wero re- April 8. Just now there is much elected as follows: Fred S. Wicks, activity In many Western cities. Syracuse, N. Y.; H. H. Llttell, Mrs. Mary McWhortor, National Buffalo; C. T. Ballard, L. W. Botts, President of tho Ladles' Auxiliary, John.Stltes, James B. Brown, John was tendered a public reception and W. Barr, A. P. Humphrey, T. J. welcome Sunday evening at New Mlnary, Samuol G. Boyle, Oscar Orleans. If you want expert service just call us up. Wc linvo never bocn out Fenley and W. S. Speed. Ladies' Auxiliary 5 of Ramsey of dyes for ono moment slnco tho war begun and nro thoroughly Substantial improvement in earn- county, has presented a purso of equipped to handle nil work of every description. You can rest assured ings during tho year ended Decem- $175 to Rev. Father Gleasoh for St. if you need dyeing wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Farce Post Service. ber 31, 1916, is shown in tho an- Patrick's chapel in- tho St. Paul nual report. Tho income from prac Cathedral. tically all sources ran ahead of the Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of Davenprovious year. Although tho cost port presented Mrs. Daniel Tarrant, of all material underwent a sharp who will make her homo at Duavanco tho company was able to buque, with a beautiful statuo of St. INCORPORATED. Bavo a gooti proportion ot tno in- Drigltl as a parting gift. crease In gross earnings for net BOTH PHONES 2635. S. Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. With tho ten divisions divided, 426 earnings. five on each side, a contest has been After deductions of interest started by charges and dlvldens on tho pre- Minneapolis the Ladles' Auxiliary at 3$S$4$$4SSS$x$ that should result in a ferred stock tho surplus for tho year great lucreaso in membership. was equivalent to 4.8 per cent, on Sergeant Maurice tho common stock of tho Louisville vision 1, has been Murphy, of DiTraction Company, on which div- Grand Marshal of the selected for St. Patrick's idends wero paid at the rate of day parade at Indianapolis. i per cent. Of tho surplus aftor (en years he has been a memberFor of RECEIVED PROM THE MINES DAILY dividends ?85,C90.85 was charged the pollco department. off for depreciation on machinery Division 3 of South Omaha had a and equlpmont. In tho provious big initiation, after year tho companyp earned only a emblems of the which solid gold small surplus over dividend require- sented Messrs. M. order were prePER TON J. Fitzgerald. C. ments. P. O.Hara, T. J. Fitzgerald and T. Following is tho full annual re PROMPT DELIVERIES port submitted for the Board of F. Keane, all past officers. Directors by President T. J. Minary: NEW ALBANY. President "all-steel- " Stop-ove- rs BALTIMORE & OHIO Ex-Go- v. Sixty-one-year-o- ld German Insurance BanK 3$Hm$4$$& - PULS CLEANING DYEING CO. FRESH COAL 50 (INCORPORATED) du Pont Lump 209 Speed Building J. HENNESSY Central Coal & Iron Co. Both Phones 157 HOME PHONE CITY 3238 msm3m$xSKs$ EDW. A. AXMAN Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. ING MAINTENANCE. S6ANL0N 60flL 60MPflNy 21 89 08 Eastern wedding trip. The brido Is a daughter of Joseph Zimmermann, East Spring street, and tho groom Is a foreman at tho plant of the New Albany Manufacturing Company. Hennessy STORE. Axman 425 W. POPULAR PRICE TAILORS UPSTAIRS Jefferson Street HEnUKE FOB BIGOTS. 00 00 00 21 BE SURE TO CALL FOR 11 00 00 85 26 11 McRENNA WHISKY. ffe VEENEMAH, IT IS ALWAYS PURE. ASPHYXIATED. Earning! Show Improvement. Earnings began to show improvement during the year over the depression of 1915, but tho heavy advance in the cost of all material or supplies made it necessary to exercise the utmost care to regulate expenses and at the same time Keep tno property in urai-cias- s cx-tre- H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, 4t j H IH' !! 1 R. J. BAHHon, Fric&Mzr. p. BANNON, JR., Vict Pris. & Trias. . t .. Hit-- ! M-M-- ' LAWRENCE J. SHriury. P. BANNON PIPE CO. X ; ; Sewer aai Calvert Pipe, Baaaea's Patent Lidded Pipe fer Steam Ceadeits, Wall CepiBtf, Drala Tile, Y4ri4 BricK, , , nre rreeHBg, riBe LiBiag, fire art ck Grate aad Boiler Tile, Greaad Fire Clay, Cktmaey tes. ;; Ij OPFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES OITY ;; CUMB. MAIN 507. 13ttt rad Breck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th aad lOfb. WORKS 573-1786. I Joseph Leo Burke, son of William Burke, of the No, 19 Englno Company, and brother of Frank Burke, of the Louisville Herald, was found dead In bed Tuesday" morning at his To homo, 1716 Magazine street. gas escaping from an unlighted burner in a gas stovo is attributed his asphyxiation. Tho deceased was twonty-tw- o years old and all his life a member of the Sacred Heart church, from where the funeral took place Thursday morning. This is another instance that proves that danger is ever present where gas is used in rooms without proper ventilation. BISHOP Bishop CUSACIC. TRACKS. X IhUMHHI 1 ii I M"i HIH1H I Right Rev. Thomas F. Cusack, of tho Albany diocese, was fifty-fiv- e years old Thursday, being bora on Washington's birthday. Before taking charge of the Albany diooese Bishop Cusack was auxiliary Farley, being conto Cardinal secrated April 2G, 1904. Tho new lino to Shawnee Park by the way of Twenty-sovent- h and Madison streets was completed and put in operation on Juno 1. and since that day has been run very satisfactorily in connection with Chestnut street' and flarrett avenue, making a through line from Shawnee Park to Tyler Park, In tho extreme eastern part of the city. Other track improvements of EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION. less Importance were made during the year, and tho maintenance was of a nature and quality that the tracks The fourteenth annual meeting of were maintained at 100 per cent tho Catholic Educational Association will bo hold in Buffalo, N. Y., on CARS. The car equipment has been main- June 25 to Juno 28. Tho late tained in the usual efficient manner Bishop Colton had extendod an InImprovements vitation to the Educational Associaand very Important large tion to hold started In rebuilding twenty-fou- r the annual meeting of open or excursion cars Into first-clacars, and also replacing an tho year 1916 in Buffalo, but his closed old type of inotor under forty-thro- o supervened before any arcars with latest improved motors. death Bishop Theso changes will be completed later rangements were started. and will boiho subject of a later Dougherty has cordially Invited the report. association to meet there In 1917, SAFETY FIRST. and he has assured the President The Safety First campaign was General of the association, Bishop pushed vigorously during tho year, and, with tho hearty of 8hahan, that he would do everyall employes, we were able to mako thing in his power to welcome the . y. ss - Where the home Is Where work Is quickly brightest; done; Where the work la Whore cooking seems il real fun; lightest; Where the meal la Where baking gives decooked best; ' light; Where tho range stands Where drudge Is oat ot sight the test That's where the That's where the "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" coatee, Eckert curtly informed tho "paIn. la. triots" that "such grounds havo no Qaick Meal Gaa ItaHgea Sold, Xaatalled aad Highly IteoommtailtJ bearing with me, as a Catholic or person of any other religion .a the sam o to mo if his other qualifications aro equal. If thero was any doubt in my mind regarding the appointment of Father Conrad, it has now been dono away with of these objections on relig ious grounds. It is not becauso of his religion that Father Conrad will BOTH PHONES 2399 be appointed to the board, but because of his ability to conduct the service. We are as affairs that come before that body. Give us a trial for first-claI will certainly Insist now that he do; e to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and tako the appointment." night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable Mayor Frank H. Eckort, of West N. J has been warmly commended for his action In teaching a much needed lesson to a number of people representing themselves as "a commltteo of a patriotic orcanlzation," which wished to protest against the appointment by the Mayor of Rev. Conrad Elben, C. P., as a member of tho West Hoboken Free Library Board. The objection was made solely on-thground of Father Conrad's religion and Mayor Hoboken, Where the Quick Meal Comes In iiEIEj GEHER & SON, ss w. met st. be-cau- so Autos and Taxis For Hire chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. Young & Berry Attto Co. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. Horn.. City aiOl Climb. South (!0-Y DOUGHERTY & LANNING INCORPORATED. COAL CO. Best Quality Pittsburg and Jeiiico Coal Office and Yards LJ!n J?y0XhZe,"Z' yir. a aaeces. members and to make the meeting Fifteenth and Magnolia avcbus I