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HRBwnBBjWWI11WfWiWMPi n mi EI Nomo Wilkoe Union Made Cigars., VOLUME XXXVIIL LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1917. and purpose of tho gospel stories. Wo do away .entirely with St. Matthew's proofs lhat Christ is tho Messiah and tho; whole of St. John wo would have ito Ignore, for he deals with the proofs that Christ is tho Word of God, tho. Second Person of the Blessed Trinity made flesh to redeem tho world. And wo would make man, and not God, tho author of Scripture. , What about tho historical valuo of.4ho gospels, for to bo logically Consistent wo jean not admit that they have any scopo V &X s. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 25,436,1 36 Catholics Now Living UndAr Protection of United States Flair. Official Directory Shows crease of 408,770 During In- PROBLEMS That Confront Court Control Over tho Social Relations of People. Facts That Must Ito Obtained tn Cases That Affect the Juveniles. Courts Aro Doing "What They Can to Rehabilitate the Individual. OUTSIDE AliENCIES MUST HELP S?: . riT UhK &y&klIt r"" t"- S Christ performed, the1 number and variety establishing his' divinity, as well us the propheclestforetold years the Past Year. beforo his birth all these must wo Ignore if we say that Christ was merely a good, ihonest.i upright man. What then .is tho explanation for Kentnchy in Nineteenth Place the prophecy concerning tiho place "With Catholic Population and tlmo of Christ's, birth, his character and work, death and splrr of 181,090. ituol kingdom, all written in the law and in tho mind land heart of the people as a hope increasing for years? Jesus tell? the Jews that ' CHURCH HAS MADE PROGRESS Ho fulfills In his person and his work all that had bee)i foretold of the" Messiah. Ho surejy would havo corrected those who applied the title, "Son of God," if (they had not With tho appearance of. the 1917 spoken truthfully, but Instead Ho edition of the Official Catholic Diapproves and applies tfl Himself that rectory, published and copyrighted title. Christ was a great teacher, Kenedy & Sons, Now York, by P. J. and one of the duties, of a teacher to the attention ought to bo called i3 to clear misunderstandings, but fact that 100 years !havo elapsed Christ left in the minds of his disince the Issuance of tho first pupils-thtruth that, He was tho rectory in 1817. A short history And tho fact.'that Christ's ONE MAtf SUBMARINE. EYES OP THE ARMY. covering tho appearance of Catholic humility was strikingly manifested n. " " This one man submarine shown in photo is now being tried out directories since 1817 will bo found put Before hls"death-OeFunston was keonly interested in the army shows that Ho would hot have which aviators. In the editorial foreword training In a temperature of 3 de- forward claims that were not pat- for coast defense purposes and would bo used in great numbers in Plioto shows aviators follows tho title page of the 1917 grees above zero. Insert cut of Oen. Funston. ent. Of course If we try to do away event of war. Henry Ford purposes to turn them out from his factory issue. According to tho centenary with Christ's divinity, then wo will by tho thousands. edition of tho Official Catholic Diof necessity do away with his laws rectory there ore 17,022,879 Cath- llsheil In 1817 with tho bulky voland precepts, which will givo us celvo tho samo treatment. This olics In tho United States (not in- ume which is being sent to its submoro license to become a law unto will meet tho hearty approval of all possessions). scribers in 1917 It will bo seen at cluding our Island ourselves. and It Is hoped that no ono will bo archdioceses and a glanco that the Catholic church With sixty-fodiscouraged or dissuaded from endioceses reporting increases, four In tho United States has progressed RECENT DEATHS. tering any race within tho gift of thirty4hreo remarkably, and as tho item may allowing decreases, tho Democratic voters. Mr. Brumarchdioceses and dioceses making be of Interest to Catholic readers a Sunday afternoon funeral servleve further said no change in tho population figure, brief sketch will bo prepared during Sermon Preached Sunday by ices over tho remains of Patrick Prohibitionists Delating Mitch In a primary of thisthat if defeated sort ho and his the increase in tho number of Cath- the next fow weeks showing tho Francis Quinn were held at St. fellow candidates would begin tho Itcv. Father O'Mnliouoy at Needed Tax Legislation at olics during tho year 1916 is shown growth of tho Catholic church In Patrick's church. He was the son morning after and work for tho the Cathedral. to be 458,770. It must bo remem- tho United States during the past of the late John arid Mary Quinn Frankfort. sucess of tho Democratic ticket. As bered In this connection, however, one hundred years. and was well known, in the We3t stated before, tho writer does Hot that tho great archdioceses such as End, where ho had spent his life. bellevo thero is a possible chanco Chicago and Boston do New York, TOOK SECOND OATH. Since attaining manhood he had. for Mr. Brumleve to defeat Sheriff now census each year. not take a Takes to Task Those Would followed the plumbing business.. Followers Charles Cronan for tho nomination, Meier, According to Joseph H. President Woodrow Wilson took as tho latter is universally popular Deny the Divinity of Possessed of Ono Track the directory compiler, the figuro tho oath of office for his second After an illness p$ two weeks with both tho rank and file of tho 17,022,879 is very conservative, inChrist. Mulloy; . daughter of Miss Mary A. Democratic voters, eo it behooves Mind. cluding as it does only tho .figures term at noon Sunday in his room Mul-lotho lato Patrick and Bridget the followers of both men to seo submitted by tho Chancery officials. at tho Capitol, in addition to being passed from this ife Monday that nothing is said or done that Taking into consideration tho "float- formally inauKurated Monday with fortified by. the sacrawill Interfere with harmony in the ing" Catholic population and the public ceremonies reflecting a great Plain Teachings. of the Scrip- afternoon, at peace "with tho world. ments and Novembor Ben Brumlovo to Conduct Ills ranks for tho surprises election. fact that some important archdio- national expression of Americanism. Surviving her aro two brothers, One of tho in tho local tures Support Priest's ceses and dioceses take lip a census The President was sworn In a few Campaign on a High Patrick and Thomas Mulloy. Tho campaign has been the big impetus had ad only at intervals of ten years, Mr. minutes after Congress Views. funeral took place from the Catheof the candidacy of Senator Sam Plane. With a stern Inflection Meier feels that ho is safe In say- journed. dral Wednesday morning. Robertson for tho Democratic nompopulation of In his voice he repeated tho. oath as ing that tho Catholic ination for Sheriff, he receiving present it was read by Chief Justico White: Ah at the United States Throughout St.'Vlncont de Paul's rousing receptions at tho dlfferont "I do solemnly swear that I will nearly 19,000,000. EXPRESSES. CATHOLIC DOCTRINE parish thero is felt de$p sympathy ROBERTSON LEADING CANDIDATE club meetings, and though in tho of Xookjng over that section of tho faithfully execute tho office raco a little loss than two weeks is for FrarikjjapuVRosaBuehner, 1219 :..-,- . Official Catholic Directory '"which President of tho United States and -.w loading.. candK now considosedt-thc contains tho data (for our island will to tho best of my ability pre desolate when death entered date. During his eight years in possessions one finds that there are serve, protect and defend tho Conclaimed their the House and Senate tho genial , Last Sunday morning Rev. Father Sunday and son 7,342,262 Catholics in the Philip- stitution of the United States." following The same old farce is being re- - Senator made many friends with all James D. Manor, Clerk of the Jeremiah O'Mahoney preached a a brief illness Frank A., pines, and adding to these Philippneuof and tho pine Catholics the number reported Supreme Court, held out tho Bible pawerful and convincing sermon to monia. The funeral'bronchial Tues- enacted at Frankfort dally In the classes of stood local Democracy stead, was him this has Canal Zone, Guam, used "by President Wilson when he a largo congregation at tho Cathe day morning, attended held many sessions of tho General Assembly. Judging by the many in good for Alaska, the by unsolicited ofMany of the Senators and Repre our possessions in Samoa, tho Ha- was inaugurated as Governor of dral in which ho took to task friends of the bereaved parents. tenRico, tho New Jersey and as President before, those who deny tho divinity upon passing fers of support now being a sentatives are intent waiian Islands and Porto of dered. Senator Robertson is clear bent low and unnst anu scored tneir incon total number amounts to 8,413,257. and tho President Monday night tho angel of dearth needed legislation that will solve and forcible speaker, toeing much This figure does not Include the kissed it. Tho congratulations of sistencies. Father O'Mahoney ex took from the homo of Mr. and the taxation question, but their ef nt homo in talking to tho boys from memacthe Chief Justice, tho Cabinet Catholics of (tho tlireo recently ' Henry Hlllebrand, pressed tho Catholic doctrine, and 1101 forts are holng blocked by a little tho stump and his nomination quired Danish West Indies. Thero bers and the several members of pointed out that the plain teaching Mrs. coterie of political prohibitionists would insure a good campaigner for d Dandrldgo street, their are therefore under tho United tho Senate who were present occu of tho Scriptures and of Jesus Him Bon Raymond, a boy of much and near preachers in both sides the ticket in tho general election. States flag 25,436,136 Catholics di- pied but a fow minutes, and soon self were to tho offect that Ho was promlsp. Besides his' parents two who, no matter what phase of the vided as follows: Continental United afterward Mr. and Mrs. Wilson left divine. In part Father O'Mahoney brothers and a wldo circle of friends tax question is up "for discussion, BISHOP APPROVES SCOUTS. States 17,022,879; foreign posses- the Capitol. said: aro left to mourn his passing away. attempt to lug in "their special President Wilson took tho oath sions of the United States, 8,413,-25In today's gospel, picturing tho Thursday morning tho funeral was brand ' of fanaticism prohibition. Right Rev. James A. McFaul, of office In public at 12:45 o'clock wonderful transfiguration of Jesus. held with requiem hign mass at These political prohibitionists aro Tho centenary edition of tho Offi- Monday afternoon and delivered his Christ, wo are told that a voice Holy Trinity church. under tho stage direction of the Bishop of Trenton, has given his cial Catholic Directory bristles with Inaugural address beforo a great from tho clouds was heard saying, machine and they approval to tho formation of Boy facts and figures showing tho prog- crowd, which packed the" plaza at "This is my beloved Son." It is seventy follow orders blindly without a Scout troops in the schools and Hines, Bridget Mrs. ress of tho Catholic church. Accord- tho east front of tho Capitol. Vico God tho Father, speaking of God murmur of dissent. Bryan and among tho church organizations of ing to tho 1917 volumo there are President Marshall had been in the Eon, and Christ during his and a highly respected lady, died Beckham represent to them the his diocese. augurated In tho Senate chamber a wholo Ufo claimed to bo tho Son of Tuesday morning of pneumonia at highest Ideals of statesmanship, and Archbishops, ninety-si- x fourteen Bishops and 19,983 Catholic clergy- few minutes before. The Presi God. Tho divinity of Christ Is meet- her homo, 2116 Portland avenue. they can see no wrong in Beckmen in continental United States. dent's words elicited! frequent and ing with fresh . adversaries every Besides her husband she Is sur- ham's big reversal of form in Of these 19,983 clergymen 14,602 thunderous applause. day, even as cunning and skillful vived by three sons, James, Jr., Washington recently, when he are secular priests and 6,381 aro as when Christ walked the earth. David and Patrolman Joseph Hlnes, switched his vote over night from Compriests of religious orders. Tho enemies of Christ condescend and a daughter, Mrs. Louis Held. prohibition to near prohibition. As paring tho 1917 and 1916 editions to praise Christ in many ways for Tho funeral was held Thursday for Bryan, he has them hoodwinked many things. They oven teach us morning from St. Cecilia's church, and in tho summer season they can It Is seen thereforo that tho numto look upon Him as a great model, where for years tho deceased had be found in the front rows under ber of Catholic clergymen has indirectory furcreased by 411. Tho an ideal leader, a wonderful man. been a faithful member. the big tent, swallowing the guff ther shows that thero aro 15,520 ladled out by Democracy's Jonah Somo oven admit that Ho is a speCatholic parishes in this country, cial messenger from God, but deny When the news spread Sunday at so much per ladle. For this of which 10,190 have resident clerthe fact that Ho is tho Son of God, that Georgo M. Hellor, ono of the class there is no hope and the gymen, 5,330 "being mission parmanipulators God In the lead them flesh. most widely known resldonts of tho the ishes, that Is the churches being They would havo U3 distinguish East End and a public spirited citi- about toy the nose for political pursupplied from a neighboring parish. between tho Christ of history, tho zen, was dead, his legion of friends poses solely, tho bait being the adn great It Is seen from 'these (figures that and tho Christ of received an unexpected shock. He vancement of tho prohibition craze. 357 now parishes were organized dogma; Christ who is taught by tho resided at 1106 Story' avenue, and This class of legislators liavo uninds, and if prohibition last year. church, by tho fathers, doctors, Is survived toy his wife, Mrs. Lena figures taken from tho finally becomes a national law they Other saints and Christian thelogy. They Hellor, and two brothers, Andrew 1917 publication show that thero admit too much and not enough to and William Heller. For years tho will bo found behind somo other aro 102 seminaries in tho States bo consistent. deceased was active and popular In fanatical movement, but with tho with 6,898 young men studying for If they grant that Christ is a political circles, having been Presi- 6ame old class, of politicians leada. good man, then they dent of the Bellview tho priesthood, 216 colleges for Democratic ing them around. As an example: boys. 676 academies for girls, 293 must also grant that He Is truo In Club and Chairman of tho First A bill was passed In tho Kansas orphan asylums, 10'6 homes for the He Legislature at Topeka on Wedneshis tlaims, and Christ claims to be Ward Democratic Committee. parochial aged as well as 6,687 a divine person sent by another di- was a member of the Moso Green day forbidding tho salo of cigarschools with an. enrollment of vine person whose, equal He claims Club, tho Eagles and the Red Men, ettes in that Stato and making It n a felony 1,537,644 children. to handle the paper to bo in all the attributes of divinity. and also was manager of the With prohibition a law Christ speaks as God; legislates as Further delving into the now edibaseball club. His funeral cmokes. tion of Kenedy's Official Catholic God, directs tho universe as God. took place Tuesday morning with wo would find the samo class of Directory reveals tho fact that thero Either then Ho is tho God He Tequiem high mass at St. Joseph's legislators holding back Kentucky's folprogress and, tho States in the aro itwenty-seve- n claims to bo or He is playing the church. population Union having a Catholic lowers would toe found thundering role of an impostor. But some of MLLE. MARCELLA SEMNER. up and down the State denouncing of 100,000 or over. A table showthe enemies of Christ will not admit HEALTn IS BETTER. lias received both Legion of ing the position of the twenty-seve- n tho users of cigarettes as unfit citthat Christ is an Impostor, and thus Military Medal for exthey prove themselves hopelessly in State having a Catholic population the Board of izens, whilo Gen. Percy would bo Honor and bravory. A. M. Emler, of ll ct over 100,000 has been specially Durham traordinary REAL "BOSS" OF GERMANY. consistent. Indeed Scripture no- Public Works, who is in Florida at the .head of an prepared for tho Catholic press and Gen. Von Ludenoff, Chief of Staff where speaks of the Son of Man for tho benefit of his health, writes organization throughout the State, TRINITY COUNCIL. Is herewith appended: for Von Hlndehburg, now eald to as a God. and when Christ asked his friends that tho pleasant climate the General furnishing the first part 2,962,971 be most influential man in Germany. tho apostles who men said that He there has done him much good. He of tho club's title. Fortunately tho New York Dan J. Hennessy delivered an 1,865,000 Pennsylvania in Kenwas, Simon Peter answered, "Thou has been ill for several months and majority of Democracy to the members of Trinity 1,48 2,587 . Living for a time hl3 condition was criti- tucky have washed their hands of llinola art Christ, the Son of tho CONSECRATION. 1,406,913 Bryan, whom they con- Council Monday ovonlng, I. his subMassachusetts God." Peter had tho Jewish laith cal. Mr. Emler is accompanied by Grape Juice and Its Y. M, . 832,894 ...... Ohio and the meant that Christ was the his wife and will not return for sider dead politically, and they are ject beingto "Tho Young Man," the Tho Right Rev. James P. tho 712,000 snicker-se-e Relation now sharpening their little New Jersey Christ several weeks. Bishop-eleof the diocese Messiah, tho very God. long experience In the 631,000 of Zamboango, Philippine Islands, praised and blessed him for it, and Michigan for Beckham or his followors speaker's giving him an insight into &8u,bdv will bo consecrated by the Arch- thus clearly claimed to be the Son wherever and whenever they bob ordermany (benefits derived toy tno Wisconsin ........... . LEXINGTON. the 549,700 bishop of Philadelphia in the Cathe- of God. up. It Is no secret that the Lduiatena young man, many of tho present 531,000 dral of Philadelphia organization are planning membors having secured their first Missouri Christ always, in the temple on on May 1. John Shannon, ono of tho best to center their attention on tho ..... 524,233 Right Rev. Philip R. McDevitt, most solemn occasions, in the midst California knowledge of parliamentary tactics most highly respected 608,498 Bishop of Harrlsburg, will preach of the great Jewish festivities be- known and Bluegrass section, died .Sheriff's Tace in every county to . Connecticut in tho Y. M. I. Mr. Hennessy furmen In the save him, and right here In Jeffer- ther said that the Y. M. I. had Minnesota ..................... 478,335 the sermon. McClos-keforo throngs, in the presence of tho early Saturday morning at St. Bishop-ele411,790 at always boon an aid to Holy Mother son county that is assembled priesthood, clearly and Texas is pastor of the Church of the Hospital in Lexington, after Maryland (Incl. Dls. of Col.) 278,000 Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary unmistakably claimed divine at- a week's illness of pneumonia. He the present time. Church. Next Monday evening Ray275,000 at Media. Ben J. Brumleve, Democratic can- mond Barrett will entertain tho Rhode Island tributes. "Before Abraham was 18 survived ay ioib wuu sun bij. Mayor, was a caller at members with a series of funny 263.431 . low made. I am," He cried aloud In the James, Robert, Barry and didate for 255,255 temple, claiming to be the eternal John Shannon, Jr ana Mrs. uen itbe office of the Kentucky Irish stories and incidents, and as the Indiana . TERRIBLE RESULTS. 181,686 Kentucky Jehovah. They wanted to put Him J. Gerst, of Louisville, ana Mrs. js. American this week and Indorsed speaker is well qualified dn that line . 160,573 New Mexico Reliable statistics give this result to death, but He saved himself by F. Bonne, of Youngstown, Ohio, I the sentiment expressed in these a delightful time is "assured. Trin134,009 of thirty months' of Buropean war: a miracle. New Hampshire And so we find our- Tho f tin oral woa held Mondftv morn columns, in wnica ii was umteu ity's baesball committee will meet Mii$n8 ............. ................. 133,627 Killed. 5,000.000: wounded, 13,- - selves in a dilemma we must ing at St. Peter's church, attended that tho coming primary should be tomorrow afternoon and hear re......................... 131,128 000,000; national debts, $49,000,-- either admit that Christ is a divine by friends from all over the sur- - a free for all with the best man ports from Henry Beckmann, who Kansas 115,433 000,000; increase and total oost of being or grant that the Jews were ' rounding country. Mr. Shannon winning. Mr. Brumleve stated that will manage the team tale year. Nebraska .........-........- ... seventy-fe110,987 the war In Europe, $76,000,000,000. righFin putting Him to death as a was born in Ireland he intended to conduct his cam- Manager Beckmann's baseball exColorado on a has encouraged Trinity in was years ago, but there are some Kprth Dakota JPJ'ili AmI yet.the United States who would blasphemer. If we say He man i&rm in Fayettehad lived on Ms paign he and high plane and hoped perience forward to a pennant concounty fer ever his aseoolates that looking that Infelve la tMs ter merely 'f6od,Jhonet, uppght were grouped together would re- - tender this season. we fcaore abe&ately the whole quarter of a cetttitry. Br eonipariig the vokwe enb- - rible and needless conflict . aS- &. XV- - - - v o God-ma- n. CONVINCING POLITICS ur Bryan-Bcckham-IIa- ly y, - - nlnoteen-months-o- ld . I twelve-year-ol- 7. Haly-Beckha- m Haly-Beckha- m God-ma- n, God-ma- one-tra- ck great-teache- r, Butch-ertow- Haly-Beckha- m anti-Bu- Outside of their original .function of adjudicating civil controversies, wherein tho judgment of the court is usually represented by a sum of money, whose collection is ontrustod to an independent public officer, courts have of lato become invested with a control over- tho social relations of people. In this class of cases there aro no convictions or acqultals. The function of tho court is to direct a ecrtnln lino of conduct or to provide for tho custody or control of persons unwilling or unablo to properly caro for thqmsolves or those dependent upon them. This work may bo properly classified as first, that of Jurisdicdesertion and tion; second, the caro and protection of juvenile offenders and dependents. In dealing with cases of this kind it is manifest that tho persons Involved will rarely bo found willing or ablQ to givo tho court tho Information necessary to properly dispose of tho case, or to carry out tho order of tho court If left to themselves; henco tho court must rely upon its own organization In theso important particulars, first to get the facts; second to seo that tho orders of tho court aro carried out; third to act in the position of a friend and guardian towards the people involved and to assist thorn toward rehabilitation. Tho facts to be obtalnod in juvenile cases Include information as to tho causes of delinquency, tho homo conditions of tho child, the school record and tho child's physical and mental condition. To gain this Inr formation necessitates Investigations by officers of tho court and physical and mental examinations b experienced physicians. In adult cases the facts related by the parties must be checked up if subject to doubt or disputed, and many obscure mental and physical difficulties, contributing to tho trouble, must be investigated and If possible rectified. It is only after tho court has a full plcturo boforo It of tho personality and environment of tho person affected that tho case can be Intelligently treated. After tho order of court Is made, lit in a juvenile coso, tho child Is placed on probation; the officer of tho court in charge of tho case must periodically follow up tho caso and report tho child's welIf committed fare and progress. to an Institution, reports must be received dn order to detennino when It is advisable to release the child on parole. If tho child bo dependent and neglected and placed in a private homo, efforts must be mode to rehabilitate tho family In the hope of restoring the child to its parents, or if that bo impossible to secure relatives or friends who will relieve tho public of tho caro and expense of tho child and furnish the child a suitable homo and "proper education. If an order be mado in an adult caso for tho support of persons, an officer of the court must collect the money required by the order and seo to its distribution. This can not safely ba left to tho parties themselves. Employment must bo found for those incapable of fipdlng It and for those who havo been imprisoned and whoso release is desired. At all times the court must bo prepared to assist those who appear to havo adjusted their differences and whe seem desirous or able to tako their affairs again into their own hands. Theso people must bo guided, encouraged and helped and mado to' feel that tho court's representative Is their friend and counsel. In all this work the courts are dealing with mistakes of society. They aro making the best of a bad Job. They do what they can to rehabilitate tho individual, but they can not perform miracles. It rests with, outsido agoncies to determine tho causes of theso various delinquencies and to work toward their removal; in other words, to keep theso people out of the courts. Until that is dono tho courts will continue to simply dip water out of a vessel into which a now stream Is perpetually running. non-suppo- rt ad-dre- es NEW ALBANY. ct Haly-Beckha- m ct y. Jo-sop- self-evide- nt ouj-Idre- n, -- ar Thomas E. Burko, a widely known and popular salesman,, died Tuesday morning at his homo at 1823 East Elm street, Now Albany. He had been ill for a long time, suffering from stomach trouble, for which, ho submitted to a surgical operation since last December, which time ho has been confined to his bed. Tho deceased was fifty-niyears old and was rearod in New Albany. Ho Is survived by a. son and two daughters, Thomas Burke, Mrs. Amelia Harmon and Miss Mary Burke. Hosalso Is survived by hlB mother, Mrs. Kath-erlBurko, of New Albany, ani a brother and three sisters, John. F. Burke, of New Albany; Mrs. Morris Boland. of East St. Louis; Mrs. Mary- - Gilbert, of Woodstock, 111., and Miss Margaret Burke, of New Albany. Mr. Burke was a member of Holy Triaity efaurob, from 'where tke funeral took pteoe. ne ne KEsnrarGK' KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHBD .fcvttod to Mm xxeisxx a:m:e:rioa2. BVBRY SATURDAY. SmW Ml Mril AiviMMSMMef kith AmrksM sad OwS CriMki OfltoteHy Iaiened by Axtbst Iaatitata aa GfttBebte galghta ot Aissrie. 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SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1917 tation at that point or bo doprivod of coal. For example, if on AmerIreland even ican citizen wishes to ehlp goods In refusing to grant the slightest semblance of home between theso points ho must have rulo this week, though knowing it "letters of assurance" from British ASSAULTS OLD WATCHMAN. Lawler was the maid of honor and George Snyder the best man. Mr. agod MnivOi 17 r rpnfHntf'fl dftv inftn ana airs, mciunney daro matting Patrick Cunningham, at thesixty-flv- o years, watchman Naand 0" hme at by children of St. William's school, tional Foundry at Fourteenth and Broadway. uuuiuuuii umy. Main streets, was asaultod by a under March 18 Entertainment powerful negro just as ho went on ST. PATRICK'S DAY. auspices of Division 3, A. 0. H., in duty Saturday njght and left unSt. Patrick's school hall. The negro was hiding Tho members of Division 3, A. conscious. March 18 Entertainment under O. IL, are working enthusiastically behind a desk in the offlco and auspices of Division 4, A. O. IL, in to mako tho St Patrick's entortaln-me- struck his victim down as he pased, and then rifled his pockets, making Bortrand Hall. in St. Patrick's Hall on Sunescapo through door opening March 23 "Patricia," by pupils day evening, March 18, a big suc- his Congress alley. a Whllo yet half Into of Holy Rosary Academy in Ber-- cess, a splendid programmp of Irish dazed Cunningham telephoned for trand Hall, afternoon and evening. music being arranged, which will bo assistance, hut no trace of tho negro April 9 Euchro and lotto for St published next week. Attorney could be found. Ho was removed to Cecilia's school, afternoon and even- Lawrence J. Mackoy, former Presi- tho City Hospital, where ho was ing. dent of Division 3 and a faithful given careful attention. Cunningham April Feast of Na- worker for tho order, will bo tho says ho had his pay secreted and tions by Trinity Council in club speaker of tho evening. Pupils of that tho negro became enraged house. St Patrick's school will be on the when he was unable to find it. April 14 Annual bridge party of programme and their number is Threo blows wore rained on tho sure to prpvo a pleasant and enter- watchman's head arid each left a Junior Circle of the Queen's taining surprise. Reserved seats deep and jagged scalp wound. Tho and general admission tickets are weapon used by the negro was a now on sale and can bo obtained at piece of lead pipe about three feet 8aoP8aapBsac8xraKK8a8atto rectory or long, which was bent almost St. Patrick's church Thomas A. Quinn's, Nineteenth and by the force of tho blows. double Tho Portland avenue. home of victim is at 521 North Division 4 will havo its celebra- Twenty-fir- the street. CC906C6C6CwBpCcC8C658CKaK6W8Cw3KK80K8t83 tion in Bertrand Hall on tho same Monday morning Detectlvo Pat evening with Attorney Thomas White and District Detectives proWalsh a3 the speaker, and tho Miss Annie McGlll has returned gramme will consist of Irish num- Gallagher and Silk arrested Charles negro living at 1309 ConMartin, a from Palm Beach and Now York. bers, vocal and Instrumental, fea- gress alley, who had pawned Cuntured by a rendition of tho old tlmo ningham's watch and confessed his Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Murphy aro Irish dances, in whioh John Holmes, spending sevoral weeks in Florida. Patrick Stone, James Curran and guilt This was quick detective work. Daniel McCarthy will take part Coleman Ridge is out again after Reserved seats can be secured from men. HURT BY FALL. a threatened attack of appendicitis. any of tho division officers or CAUSES FOOD CRISIS. Out of all these hasty attempts committee. Mrs. Florence Pulford, Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Grant are to mako up for past negligence In the morning every member of Capt. Edward Pulford, in wlfo of An unsafe portion of tho availchargo somo good may come. Wo nave been able food supply of the United entertaining Miss Louise Kelly, of tho order and Ladies' Auxiliary will of the Fourth Pollco district, susLebanon. attond tho 6:30 o'clock mass at St tained a wrenched back and cuts living In a fool's paradise for a States, Including next season's Patrick's church, receiving holy score of years. We (have grown crops, has been ordered and paid Miss Rosamond Thomas has been communion In a body, Very Rev. and bruises in a fall down a flight wealthy and comfortable, engrossed for by the Allies. Food riots (have visiting at Bloomfield, the guest of Father J. P. Cronln graciously re- of stairs In tho rear of her home, Broadway, Wednesday serving the entire middle aisle for 2422 West Mrs. in material prosperity, and careless occurred in several large American Mrs. Guy Dawson. Pulford in reachoccasion, and it behooves ovory afternoon. the of the national welfare. Not since cities and tho common peoplo evHarry T. Colgan, who ras been member to be present in apprecia- ing for an article on a fence near beforo the civil war (has patriotism erywhere are having tho utmost 111, spent tho week recuperating at tion of St Patrick's pastor, who has tho rear door lost her balance. She over been ready to lend his aid and was rendered insenslblo toy tho fall toeen at such a low ebb in tie na- difficulty making both ends meet, West Baden Springs. advice in any affair concerning tho and was found lying in tho yard by tion as at the present time. The because of tho terrific prices asked Miss Rose Kelly, of Portland, Hibernians' progress and welfare in a nolghbor, Mrs. Martin Murphy. pacifists had almost converted us for tho necessities of life. Congress was tho Sunday guest of Mis3 Agnes this city. Father Cronin has as- Though her injuries aro qulto painto their theory that war was im- may mako an expensive "Investiga- Broderick in Clifton. sured tho members that tho mass ful sho is resting easy and will will bo over by 7:30 o'clock, giving suffer no HI effects. Tho explosion in Europe tion." Tho sensible stop, says the possible. Mrs. Georgo Mandlehr spent sev- ovory ono ample tlmo to take part demolished their fine spun theories, Catholic Regioter, would bo to put eral days this week with her father, In tho parado which forms at Sixth MEASLES RAMPANT. out we still clung to tho belief that an embargo on certain exports. It Jerry Brislan, in Frankfort. at 9 and St Catherine streets Measles are rampant throughout wo could never be drawn into a is not tho fault of the American o'clock. tho city, tho number of children ill Mr. and Mrs. Carl 'Pike and son now. peoplo that Europeans aro killing war. We have learned better with this disease at tho present time havo returned from a visit to. Mr. KENTUCKY GETS SIXTEEN. Bat the pacifists still oppose pre- off civilization with a war to decide and Mrs. Hynes at Prcstonia. being exceedingly largo. During paredness. They want us to wait. who shall man ago tho commerce of tho month of February measles Tho records of the Irish Emigrant caused no less than fourteen deaths. Mrs. George Greene had as her Society show Wo have 'learned how unreliable tho world. Why should tho Amerithat thero landed at last week her sister, Mrs. tho port of New York during 1916 This is a greater number than ever aro their theories, but wo may cans suffer? They aro suffering guest Spalding, before recorded, and in view of tho Jodie of Springfield. nevertheless wait too long. It is now, millions of them. While tho a total of 20,636 Immigrants from fact that the numbor reported" did hard to shako off tho pleasant de- food riots in New York aro largely Mrs. Pitts Ludwick visited at Ireland; 11,258 wore males and not cover all cases tho health au9,,378 females; 1,921 wero under thorities reiterate the repeated lusions of pacificism. a result of 'activity on the part of Springfield bylast week and was en- fourteen years, 16,475 wore be- warning to parents, to oft in tho call Mrs. Lizzie Tobln. tertained 2,240 family physician at the first sign Socialistic and anarchistic forces tween fourteen and forty-fouSTRUCK POPUIiAIt CHORD. and over. The money of tho disease. that would rather engage in rioting Deputy Sheriff Thomas J. Ryan Is wero forty-flv- o brought by Irish immigrants as The editor of Brann's Iconoclast than anything else they know of, 111 with an attack of pneumonia at shown by their own statements FORTY HOURS. Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. says "that he must have struck a there Is positively no good excuse After amounted to $1,868,499. For tho coming week the Forty popular chord in Louisville and vi- for the fact that tho staples of life Mrs. Georgo Zix left Saturday to their arrival at Ellis Island and bethey proceedod to all will bo cinity in (his criticism of Col. P. H. are passing into the luxury class. spend sevoral weoka with hor ing admitted country, but only six Hours devotions Jackson held In St.Paul's church, and Kenof the proper daughter, Mrs. Allen Long, at New- - parts camo to Kentucky More than tucky. beginning with by tho investigation Callahan and (his religious preju- An teen the hltfh mass ark, N. J. judging authorities, while it will not bo as halt located in New York, Michigan, ' tomorrow morning and continuing dice prohibition mixture, (Pennsylvania. until Tuesday. A numbor of priests Roger Nohalty arrived home Massachusetts and from the many letters of approval effective as action that will lead to proceeded to Alaska and from local ohurohes will assist the Washington, Forty-fou- r a direct control of tho food situa Wednesday from he received from this section. pastor. Father Eugene Donohoo, to the Phllllppino Islands tion, is liable to disclose somo con- wnero ho had been attending tho four who will direct the impressive servInauguration. temptible- operations. SCANDAL MONGERS. It is said ices. TOM WATTS DEAD. devotions These beautiful will also take place at Holy Rosary that somo food manufacturers. Dr. Lewis Ryans, W. W. Drapor Among the most despicable of having great Thomas P. Watts, a former well Academy, conducted by tho Dominiquantities of raw and Thomas Spurrier were regiscreatures is he or she who invents materials on hand when tho prices tered for tho week end at tho known resident of Louisville, hut can fathers from St. Louis BerInFrankfort Hotel at tho State capi for tho past sixteen years a resi trand 's. stories about a fellow man. wont up, (failed to givo the public tal. dent of Kansas City, died Monday too much there Is of truth to tho deed 'COME ON BABY." benefit of tho original cost of evening in that city from an attack need tho invention of falsehood, tho raw materials, but charged for Herman Gocke, of ino Board of of paralysis received that morning. Such was ono of the expressions but license is not always given by the finished products just what Public Safety, and County Sur- Mr. Watts was in tho plumbing heard at the Boys' High years business Russell .tthe law of the Supreme Being, or they would have done it the in- veyor a J.recreative Gaines aro spend- an activehero many politics,and took Tuesday, accompanied by School on the nolso serving part in season .'at West that of men, to lay bare all the creased prices had been in effect ing Baden Springs. as a member of tho School Board, of clicking dice dn tho floor. InMany things that we know truth. and had many sincere friends hero vestigation followed and revealed a when tho raw materials were purboy students engaged In we are hound by tho highest law chased. Louisville peoplo in New This might be business, York tho past week seen H. Levi, who liked him for his genial and number of wore d disposition. Besides shooting craps. This evil has been to keep "in petto" or forgot. How- but is It altogether conscientious? G. C. Dovol, regoing on for somo timo past, J. C. Hagor, G. E. ever, thero are human machines If wo continue to sell food in our Kelly, G. F. Beck, W. H. Rogers his wife ho is survived by five sons, peated warnings have been as given EH. Thomas P., Golden, W. C. and that must ever be grinding out present vast quantities to tho war- and G. W. Helm. William J. Watts, and one daugh against "rolling tho bones" at tho scandal and "atomizing" a spray of ring nations wo aro going to find ters, Mrs. William J. Barry. E. M. High School. Tho matter Is now Deputy Police Court Clerk Tom Watts, of this city, is a brother, pending beforo tho School Board. suspicion over other members of ourselves in tho condition of King is race. If tho material Midas. We will havo an abundance O'Connell recent rapidly recovering and W. W. Watts and Ben Watts .the human ENTER NOVITIATE HERE. from his his many to grind does not really exist it is of gold but nono of the things that friends hdpo to illness andout in the nephews. seo him Four Charlestown young women Too people gold will buy. few manufactured. next week or two. MAOKIN COUNCHi. arrived from Boston last week at seem to realize that a "story" need Springflold to enter the novitiate at Mrs. Walter Glover will return Mackin Council had an interestnot contain tho truth and that "gosThe Catholic Columbian speaks, next week from New York City, ing meeting Monday night, featured St. Catherine's Convent, tho mother sip" seldom does. To give credence true whon house of Sisters. it says that, whatever tho where sho has been spending several by a set of pictures of Y. M. 1. They are tho Dominican Carven, Misses Annlo to' every '"tale on wings" and to weeks with her daughters, Miss.es club houses and events that have future has in store for America of Marie and Antoinette Glover. A. O'Brien, Lllllo Coleadd to its flight by opening new peace or war, tho Catholic citizens taken place throughout tho country. Catherine Loretta Sullivan. All man and To many these were a surprise and tlavo been active In tho affairs of' ears for its entrance Is not far of Mrs. Mary Shea, mother of Willtho United States will bo forewas doing Y. M. irom participating with Satan in most in tho fulfillment of all pa- iam P. Shea, who has been seri- showed what Uiemen. I. Tho council St. Francis do Sales church. for tho young Jefferson-villone of his most wicked schemes. ously ill at hor homo in has completed all arrangements for triotic duties. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. is reported out of danger, tho first annual retreat, to be connews that relieves the anxiety of hor ducted by tho Franciscan fathers at BRITAIN'S DISCRIMINATION. Get out your green tie and The initiation of about 100 friends. St Anthony's church, beginning members of the Catholic Knightsnew of for next' Saturday St PatMarch 21 -- and ending on Passion press is While our Mrs. J. J. Caffery and sister, Miss Sunday. Services will be held in America will take place at Cincinrick's day. screaming frantically that nothing to tho morning at 6 o'clock and in tho nati some time beforo Easter. The Ora Brownflold, have gone but war with Germany WJ11 suffice, Jamaica, where they are the guets evening at 7:30. A cordial invita- now ceremonial approved by ArchCATHOLIC FEDERATION. C. Monaghan, United tion is extended to all of the Cath- bishop Blenk, of Now Orloans, will they are, purposely keeping in the of James a States Consul at Kingston, after olic young men of the city to attend. be used. The Catholic Federation held background the cases of British meeting Thursday which they will visit in New Oragainst- Ameriean busi- well attended SACRED HEART RETREAT. ST. PATRICK'S DAY LOTTO. night in the Knights of Columbia leans and Texas for three months. ness aiec, the latest reports showing Hall, when a number of new deleNine students from Holy Cross nearly o'.OOO specific complaints gates made their appearance. Orof St William's Mr. and Mrs. J. T. French have The children lodged with our State Department ganization plans were discussed and announced the marriage of their sehool will entertain with a lotto Monastery, Cincinnati, arrived here Thirteenth last week to enter the Fasmonlst M4es Leon. French, to In St. William's Hall, Ships of the Pacific Mail Line sail- also the new speakers' bureau; The daughter, McKlaney, which was and Oak streets, next Saturday novitiate at the Sacred Heart Re Federation also uonteaipmte a en Edwin ing bstwesu San Francisco and Ma- - MstaJ- 4 vi lwrtr nf tua nlAfc-tbbHIaI Refreshments will be treat on the Newburg road. They quietly solemnised ait St. Cecilia's afternoon. accompanied by Rev. Roger nils, BOTH AMKRICAN PORTS, via ,eetjJ wltll ihevprovvi ,? ue church, Rev. Fatner 'Uraney per- served and games will be called at were C. Anil, P. must accept British die- - tire. membership. formtag the ceremony. Miss Kate '2:30 o'olock. 1 COMING EVENTS. Thirty-seconnt can not change his spots. England WILL NOT COME. is still the same old brutal oppressor, despite tho efforts of tho pro- -. Wo have safely passed through English press to paint her as the sevoral international crises during friend of tho small nations. the past two years. Moro than onco we were on tho verge of what PACIFIST DREAMS. looked liko certain war, but wo When 'war with a powerful na- always avoided it in somo way. tion threatens wo begin to Tealize That is our strongest reason for aro, believing that actual hostilities with wo really how unprepared Tho Germany will be avoided. At prespoints out the Truo Voice. providing for uni- ent the situation Is very grave. Wo Chamborlaln bill, versal military training, is an indi- are "up against," another serious cation that wo aro waking up to crisis. Still wo can scarcely bo our condition. Two years ago such convinced that war will como. Thoro a bill would havo been laughed out are many who will bellevo that it of Congress. Today it is being seri- is hero only when Germany forously considered. "Within tho next mally declares war upon us. two or three years it may become a UNITED EFFORT NEEDED. law. Tho lessons of the great war have not been altogether lost on President Wilson expressed tho us. The espionage bill which hysterical legislators (have been advo- real American sentiment Tuesday cating is another evidence of our whon ho declared the present is no awakening. True, tho hysterical time for partisan or factional constatements that accompanied its siderations in International affairs, but littlo because the need that America presentation, carried weight But they shdwed that wo provo united in efforts to safeguard imperative. Ho derealized how ill prepared we felt its interests is meet a really serious cried bitterness In public discusourselves to situation. Tho frenzy of those who sions of tho situation. Tho underformerly ridiculed the need of pre- lying principles of democracy wero paredness showed that they realized declared by the President as tho their error. So to atone for tho only principles on which governpast they wanted drastic legislation ments can endure and on which pormanent world peace can bo which would place our Government pros- maintained. 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Wo sell, and rent SOCIETY DIRECTOR ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Thero Is absolutely no difference In tho event that wo go to war botweon tho spirit of prohibition Oil West Broadway, Loalavllla, Xy. Homo Phono City 4464. with Germany tho Tories of tho and religious bigotry. As a rule, If land will rejoice. But will they a man has not respect for your perfight? That Is tho Important ques Residence 'Phone, Fewee Valley A. 0. H. sonal liberty ho has utter contempt tion. Will those editors who have Phone, City 8180. for your religious liberty, unless 803 East Walnut Street labored eo strenuously to plunge DIVISION 3. you happen to agreo with his creed. this country dnto war enlist and do JOS. DALY Wall Paper and Window Shades their eharo in the trenches? Or First and Third Monday, Hibernian Tho Stato of Oregon is controlled by 0 a cliquo of prohibitionists inspired Home, Portland. Room Mouldings, Picture Frames will they sit back In their comCONTRACTING PAINTER by religious Intolerance. They aro fortable chairs and write burning and Window Shades Made to Order. President John M. Riley. making a grand drive against tho casting aspersions on (20 West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. editorials Homo Phono City 2517. Vice. President Tim O'Leary. citizens who" aro far better Ameri Recording Secretary John Mar- Catholic church, and of course the Menaco is delighted with their work. cans than they ever wore? Ralph THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH OO. Pulitzer Is a healthy young man. tin. Speaking tho Secretary John J. House of of tho bill passed byMenFinancial Representatives, tho INCORPORATED The Great American Will ho fight? Mr. Ochs seoms halo Broderlck. Will ho shoulder a and hearty. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. aco says: Bowman Dill prohibits Distillers Of "This musket? Thero seems to be nothSergeant-at-Arm- s "'" Pat Begloy. OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH TAYLOR A WILLIAMS courts and officials from committing ing the matter with Mr. Rathom, Sentinel Thomas Noone. "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE children to Institutions maintained INCORPORATED. tno Australian eaiior 01 wo by any sect This with tho prohiLouisville, Ky. Journal. Shouid the President LOUISVILLE, KY. 628 W. Mala St. DIVISION 4. bition law recently enacted will toll for olunteers we expect him Wo hope Meets second and fourth Mondays, havo .tho further bencflcient effect forthwith to respond. two main of removing Popery's also that Sir Gilbert Parker and Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. sources of revenue, public fund and his thirty English assistants will President Thomas Lynch. tho liquor traffic." not Insist that the pen Is mightier Vice President John J. Barry. aro horrified These than the sword and stick to their Financial Secretary Thomas J. when a "patriots' court sentences municipal desks. And that editor of tho Now Langan, 807 West Oak. delinquent girls term In a York Tribune who averts that wo Recording Secretary William P. Houso of tho Good to a Shepherd. They must send our men to tho bloody McDonogh. prefer to see them sent to some fields of Flanders Is, we have no 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Treasurer John F. Burke. prison for criminals. No girl over doubt, already preparing to go Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Thomas entered a Homo of tho Good Shepthero. herd who was not benefited by her Three men In this country in M. J. McDermolt. Sentinel associations and instructions. Parparticular will gloat at tho thought ents frequently send their Incorrig'that wo aro in at lost. These men ible girls to these institutions where aro old today, but their hatred is Y. M. I. XHCOIX3SS. they aro safo from temptation. They still young and everlasting. They i remain until they realize their folly Root and Eliot. Aq X Cnmb. Main 2098-- a Homo City 200S 2. aro Choate, of their careers reveals MACKIN COUNCIL, 203. and develop tho faculty of examination Hero they como dn contact tho fact that they havo lived Meets Monday evenings at Club "l jfrH'I"M-l"H"l-H"H--H-through several wars waged y tho with girls who havo learned the House, 344 North Twenty-sixtUnited States. One of these wars bitter lesson and their example acts President S. O. Hubbuch. WWWWWtWWVVWVWMWWWUWVWVHWWVWVW tho civil war was a war for tho Vlco 'President William as a warning. The Homo of tho First Republic. At very existence of Good Shepherd is tho only InstituLink. HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND SIAIN 3071.y J that tlmo tho throethe gentlemen men- A. Second Vlco President Raymond tion In tho country calculated to remilitioned abovo were of tho ideal claim tho lost woman and prevent Schott. tary ago. iNot ono of them an- E. Financial Secretary William G. others from plunging wrecklessly swered tho call of Lincoln. Not Bucket. over tho precipice to their ruin. by igono of them marched under tho Nobody Recording Secretary Robert norance but a bigot, hllndod try to starry banner. Not one of thorn and prejudice, would Morris. over put on ho uniform of an destroy such a refuge. Iconoclast. Treasurer Georgo J. Thornton. American soldier. Today they are Joseph Hohmaru Marshal goading on tho youth of tho land APPEALS FOR JHSSION. r. Morrl3 Inside Sontinel to shed their blood for an evil cause. Today on tho brink of tho Rarely if ever does tho Catholic Outside Sentinel James Hill. grave they aro clamoring for the Church Extension Society receive our young men. Tho such an appeal as It has from a tWSWWWWWMWWVWWWWWWWWWWiWWWM blood of Weekly. American by the numerous solicitations from Benedictine father who has charge prominent persons of Cincinnati. of a mission In a llttlo town In Ken AMERICA'S PASSION PLAY. A committee of fifty patronesses to tucky, so samll that it doesn't oven receive Mrs. Skeftlngton upon her appear on tho map of tho Bluegrass !! Ten thousand persons have wit- arrival and to entertain her during Stato. Tho request is for candies nessed luo religious production of her stay will be arranged. and sanctuary oil, two requisites so necessary for oven a mission chapel: America's passion play. "Veronica's Veil," in St. Joseph's auditorium, How bare, how desolate a Catholic BISHOP RUSSELL. many West Hoboken, N. J., and church would appear to those of the AL. S. SMITH, PROP. seats have been sold for other perMsgr. MUliam T. Russell will be faith should they not see, upon en formances. Tho play has attracted consecrated Bishop of Charleston on tering a llttlo chapel, a red light national attention because of tho March 15 In tho Baltimore Cathe- burning before the altar, to remind spiritual manner in which It is pre dral. Ho will celobrato his first them that their Savior Is present in sented by tho cast. To quality as Pontifical mass in St. Patrick's tho Blessed Sacrament? Some tlmo one of tho cast of tho passion play church in Washington on March 18. ago the Extension Society was able, a member of St. Joseph's parish That afternoon ho will bo tendered through tho generosity of an Inter 2 BOTH PHONES 810.; has to undergo a rigorous scrutiny a farewell reception by his Catholic, ested .friend to send this missionary an expression Protestant and Hebrew friends in some candles, but he writes now SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. of his character and that ho can not raise aough money of his devotional attitude toward tho Poll Theater. to pay for a year's supply of sancthose sacred Incidents which comtuary oil, much less for candles! pose the dramatic story. Whon OLDEST PRD3ST. Like everything else, candles and Father Bernadlno Dusch, a Passlon-is- t, sanctuary oil aro now totally out of laid the dramatic lines for this Boniface, Manitoba, Rev. At play ho constructed better than ho DemaseSt. Dandurand recently cele- tho reach of mo3t missionaries, una generous Cnmbcrland, West 11 9 Home Pbea SbavrHee 484 knew, as tho manuscript, met tflth brated the seventy-fift- h anniversary less they should receive donation especially designated instant approval by the Very Rev. of bis ordination as a priest. He is tho purchase of candles and oil for for Father Provincial of the Passlonist past ninety-eigyears of ago and order, Clement Lee, C. P. The de- is the oldest priest In North Amer- tho sanctuary lamp. Any donation to the votional spirit of tho actors ha3 ica. Ho was a missionary in tho forwarded Cociety, Catholic Church 750 McCormlck INCORPORATHD. lifted tho spectacle from the at- Northwest Territory In his early Extension Chicago, for this purpose mosphere of a 'parochial play to the days and is still active as assistant building, promptly sent to Father will bo dignity of a national production. at tho Cathedral of St. Boniface. Mayer. Father Conrad, C. P., says: "Tho which haB gratifying approval HINTS ON STYLE. OF BILLBOARDS. LIMITATION reached us from all sections of tho country, Irrespective of creed, gives .Ckapel Free The decision of tho United States Blouses vary little in cut. UCCT DDAAnuAV assurance of those things wo hoped i? i i raireas. Mushroom hats are being put out Supremo Court affirming tho validand prayed for, the Toceptlon of tho ity of Chicago's billboard ordinance play In tho spirit In which we la- again. all resiCoarse weaves are popular for the not only promises to rid disfigurebored to produce It. It will bedence sections of those come a permanent feature, of the tailored suit. ments where a majority of adjacent parish during Lent in tho years to New blouses show filet lace used property-owneobject to them but come." extensively as trimming. also may set a precedent for furFor evening clothes taffeta has ther restrictions protecting the staFuneral Directors HEADED BY jjpBurr. bility and orderly growth of towns taken a new grip on stylo. Thero is an attempt to bring back and cities. Communities seem by The Rev. Joseph H. Rockwell, vivid blouses for tho spring. Embalmers. the decision to be authorized to S. J., President of Brooklyn Colabolish Tho "barrel" stylo skirt has been define andIndividual as nuisances property-owneof St. Francis lege, tho College whatever classed with the passing fads. Xavier, was olected Presldont of the may do that makes conditions Telephone 1022. Now spring gloves aro of wash unfavorable to residential purposes. Association of College Presidents in New York State at Its Tecent meet- chamois with black stitching. Tho decision encourages the hope Foulard and Shantung are among of establishing zones within which ing in tho State Educational building at Albany. This association is tho coming fashionable fabrics. only such use of property may bo collego composed of forty-tw- o Petticoats of gold colored satin permitted as Is consistent with tho Presidents In the State and meets of softest weave aro the latest fancy. main purpose to which each speciannually at Albany under tho ausBrims of tho newtst straw hats fied area is devoted. pices of the State Board of Educa- droop so that they nearly cover the SERVING THEIR COUNTRY. tion to discuss problems of interest eyes. to Its members, such S3 the relaNORTON BUILDING e dress Is trim and The The following figures show the tions of the colleges to tho Stato convenient and a real boon to all M. W. Corner Fourth and JetTersat nnnTYl at Recents. entrance exam proportion of Catholics in tho women. Fifth which regiments Massachusetts inations, college athletics and other It Is that. Paris questions. Father Kocitweu was substitute rumored for embroiderywill served on the Mexican border. Out "As Near to You as the Nearest Phone' ribbon in of 1,560 members of the Ninth nominated by Dr. George P. BrisRegiment 1,400 were Catholics, and tol, Director of the School of Edu- the spring. Oar Special $3.00 Spray ction at Cornell University, and Tho medieval idea of covering the 900 of tho 1,370 men In the Second Oar Special $5.00 Wreath arms for the evening in Regiment were of Catholic faith. his lection was unanimous. INCORPORATED high fashion. In the Eihgth Regiment a third of values In FuneThe largest INVITATION ACCEPTED. sleovoa cut according 1,390 men were Catholics, and more Clean Grocery Stores. ever offered la ral Flowers are than half of 1.400 men who comto twelfth century patterns Louisville. "The Best For Less." prised the Fifth Regiment were of Tho committee of the Associated again in fashion. For prompt delivery call 223 more delivered Irish Organizationsby of Cincinnati Ribbons of all kind, but chiefly our faith. Orders for $1 or both phones. Mrs. Hanna (brocaded, are employed this year as has been notified to any part of the city. Bheehy Skeftlngton, Irish authoress, perhaps never before. RAILWAY' STRDDES MgfZ"" of her acceptance of Its Invitation to Tho first street railway In the drees The success of the DROP TAX PLAN. speak at Music Hall April 11 for goes without eying, as It fills State was built dn the United Ctty in Fourth avenue, New bethe benefit of the suffering people need of every occasion. York riuual km In the Wisconsin Legislature last of Ireland. Charles J. Fitzgerald, mutinti tween Prince street and Harlem, In Because the skirts are to be worn 1842, and horse cars were intro week the Assembly Committee on President of the Associated Irish UK nCfflfEll JttOP Taxation voted to JriH the Jeefce Organisation, says the body he rep- narrower and without flare the taf duced into principal American fcurni Mfnue Louvvllr . bill for the 4atlon of church resents has been moved to procure feta petticoat will (have leaa. demand, clUes between then and 1881t when "Plewera telegraphed everywhere.' the appearance of Mrs. Skefflngton ! for spring. the use of electricity wae Jjegun 21-J. DINNER S4i INCOMPLETE WITHOUT i; 1818-182- ! i 7lL lw "Delivery CALL NO. 467 BEER NONE BETTER NONE PURER - WHISKEY i Prompt Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure.; I I DMGHERTY & McELLIOTT Funeral Directors BOTH IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Dig-na- n. and Embalmers . 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If you want a delicious, inexpen slve coffee, TRY OU- R- Louisville Business MAIN College STREETS GERMAN BANK NEW BLEND 65c 2 1.2 Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend. 10c In "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" SIXTH AND Under tho Management of rs JOHN M. MULLOY, 212 West Market. rs FRED ERHART ARCHITECT HERRMANN IMPORTERS BROS. (Formerly with Spencerlan) Mr. McCarty is still dolugUhat o work that Spencerlan solicitors havo told you about foe past sixteen' years. Day and Night Classes. Phones: Collego Office, Olty 7883; Cumb. Main 468. Residence, City 4879; Cumb. Weat 129. nlgh-grad- r. l. Mccarty one-piec- FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers In Finest Barnds of Kentucky Whiskies, especially. Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces For the next' three weeks wa are going to offer all of our laces at a liberal discount. This offer is genuine, and It will pay our customers to wrlto us, at once while our stock is complete. out-of-to- and Market Sts. 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Preparatory Department, Larr Swlmminr Pool, Welt Iiqulpped Qynaa Two-stor20-fo- ot d; W. Breaawairi SoalsTllIt, Xy. f . JbCJ&JSCTTJ&ETX' Iiei3EI A3SETQICAJSP. THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE HERMAN STRAUS i.vcaap&wco rOURTH AVCNUC . SONS MARKET STBEE1 & a double victory. These two teams have played nineteen games this season, scoring eighteen victories and one defeat. Followors or tho Green and Qold aro elated ovor this record and aro predicting a great season Tor next year. Tho lineup In dho closing games was Pfelffer, Schiomam, Ross, McDermott, Nuss and Mullaney, Dugan, Dolan, Wilkin, JIazzoni, Watson, McGrath. We Give and Redeem Qold Trading Stamps. KmfmunStmm Cc INCORPORATED FIRST HUSH MAYOK. WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. MR. LOCKHART To Alderman Barney J. Campbell has fallen tho honor of being the first Irish Mayor of Louisville. This was brought about by tho ab sence of tho Mayor and President SAYS William Miller. Alderman Campbell Is President pro tem of tho upper board of tho General Council, tho city's and therefore became Chief Executive. During the day hundreds called to tender congratulations and wore unanimous In saying that he acquitted 'himself with ability equal to that of any one who ever sat in tho Mayoralty chair CENTRAL COMMITTEE. The New Edison For Your Home If inconvenient foa you to visit our Music Section, a phone message will K bring a New Edison for you to hear right within the privacy of your home. Not toe slightest obligation will be incurred. DON'T MISS THE GREAT MILL END SALE Slits Monday, March 12 HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing tho Past Week General News Notes. An enthusiastic 'meeting of tho Central Commltteo of tho Catholic Edison Instruments can Knights of America was hold Friday night In St. John's Hall. Presi$ both easy aud convenient. dent William Cushing occupied tho chair and when reports were called for a number of branches reported After, a spirited much activity. discussion it was tho consensus of opinion that the annual excursion OF COIMBUS be given this year to Jasper, Ind., on the Sunday of the homo coming Jubilee week there. Delegates wore much pleased when they learned that General Michael Relchert was Late News That Will Interest on tho road to comploto recovery Members Hero and from hl3 recent illness. The New Edison is made in a number of sizes and various cabinet finishes, $100.00 to $250.00. be puschased in a manner that makes payments UTS New Church Goods House Rosaries, Prayer Books, Cruciffxes, Pocket Statues, Statues, Scapulars, Scapular Medals, Communion Wreaths, Lockets and everything that an up to date Religious Store should have. Come in and look over our new stock and compare our prices with others. y MACKIN'S CARNIVAL. Mackln Council's athletic carnival Saturday night was spirited and interesting and furnished entertainment for an audience that filled tho hall- - The gymnastic feats of. Prof. Koster and his six athletes won rounds of applause, as did also tho remarkablo balancing act of John Two fast and Charles Meyers. d boxing contests furnished excitement and kept Referee Hogan Mehlin Babo Ryan busy. and John McCloud were matched in tho first, tho decision going to Hogan, who was quick and skillful. and Tho second was a hammer three-roun- The Knights are now 400,000 strong and havo pledged thoir loyalty to President Wilson. Archbishop Harty will bo tho special guest at the Oniaha initiation and banquet on April 22. Tho Knights havo presented a flag to St. Benedict's beautiful school at Cambridge Ohio. Thero wero 117 candidates for tho fourth degreo at Sallna and tho largest gathering held in Kansas. Tho fourth degreo exemplification at Cincinnati last Sunday was tho Pikc-Hickc- Church Supply Company 312 W. Jefferson St., Bet. Third and Fourth. FRESH COAL RECEIVED PROM THE MINES DAILY s!"!' FURNITURE STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY ARTILLERY BATTLE AT VERDUN; du Pont Lump PROMPT DELIVERIES (INCORPORATED) 50 PER TON Map Showing Present Fighting Line, Arrows Indicating Sectors of Greatest Activity. Central Coal & Iron Co. 209 Speed Building &$&&$&&Q&$&Q&&S&&P DAN GREENE'S Both Phones 157 EDW. A. AXMAN Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves and Ranges Good Furniture at moderate prices without ing stamps. JAS. . 415-417 EAST MARKET STREET. GrREEJNTE Got your green flags and bunting early, as there Is a big demand this year. Walter Murphy has been selected trad- - as managor of tho A. O. H. team dn tho Twin City Leaguo. Division 1 of Omaha suffered a considerable loss by tho flro that destroyed the Continental block. Every membor of tho ordor and friends should bo In lino In tho St. Patrick's parade on Sunday, March 18. J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 Pall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. PE.. ?fsr twin ' ' " '" 'SLMrfe, yVfeS',ViiOOP Hennessy & Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street AUTOMOBILE It ACCESSORIES I IIP. I Iiiiimniim'muKnnimiiiimmiimtii Tho Ladles' Auxiliary of Cincin tongs battle between "Kid" Schmitt nati will hold their annual St. Pat- and "Kid" Connell, the bollermaher, rick's day banquet at tho Hotel who woro so evenly matched that Sinton. tho bout was declared a draw. Tho 1101-0- 3 BAST BROABWAT. Division 4 will meet next Monday wrestling match between Merlin Hoevening and make, final arrange- gan and Jeb Becker held tho audiday ence in suspense, each winning a ments for tho St. Patrick's clean fall, Becker first and Hogan celebration. Archbishop Harty has assured tho second. Both struggled desperately but Omaha Hibernians of his participa- for mastery in tho third, tion in their St. Patrick's day ob- Becker's weight aided him and ho was not long in pinning his opponservance and banquet. Ladies' Auxiliary 5 of Indian- ent to tho floor and winning out. apolis observed their seventeenth The carnival was well conducted was anniversary In tho form of a George and throuhgout a friendly spiritMac-ki-n manifested that did credit to Washington celebration. and tho contestants. Madamo Mario Narello and her daughter Kathleen will sing for the TAKES OATH FROM WHITE. Indianapolis Hibernians at their St. Patrick's day celebration. An Interesting point in connecTho members of tho ordor will receive holy communJon at St. Pat- tion with the taking of the oath of INCORPORATED. rick's church on Sunday, March 18, offico toy President Wilson is that - BUILDING. at the 6:30 o'clock mass. It was administered by a Catholic 319 PAUL JONESSInco tho organization of tho La- Chief Justice the eleventh time that Comb. Main 415 dles' Auxiliary at Houston, Texas, such an act has been performed by Homo City 405 nogor there has been much activity In a member of tno cnurcn. Hibernian circles in that city. Brooke Taney, tho first Catholic Division 1 of Niagara- Falls had a Ohlcf Justice, administered the oath fine celebration of Robert Emmet's to tho following Presidents: Van Peter Buren, William Henry Harrison, natal day. Tyler, Taylor, Filmoro, Polk, A. Portor was tho chief speaker. Buchanan and Lincoln. Tho visit of Mrs. Mary McWhor-to-r, Pierce, National President of the La- Chief Justice Whito administered dles' Auxiliary, to tho Southern tho oath to President Wilson In cities, has produced gratifying re- 1913 and again this year. sults, MOURN HER DEATH. Lambert Murphy, tenor of tho Metropolitan Grand Opera Company, friends and acOld Louisvillo St. will sing Irish songs at tho wero deeply grieved of the quaintances received word that Mrs, Patrick's day celebration when they Milwaukee Hibernians. Thresa Casey, widow of John Casey, Tho Catholic Telegraph says It is formerly of this city, had died at St. base-ba- il a safe bet that our Hibernian Croix, lnd., whore she had lived team will be up among the for a number of years. Mrs. Casey leaders of the Twin City League was a Bister of the late Michael long before tho end of the season. Sinmott, and to survived by two They are mado, six HL KV.I theSunday was Denver. memorable for sons and and daughters. Casey, Mrs, Members in John B. order in Patrick large numbers received holy com- John Morgan, of Cincinnati; Mrs. munion dn Holy Ghost church, and John Cunningham and Mrs. David candidates Welsh, of Loulsvdllo; Mrs. John later Initiated forty-fiv- e and enjoyed a ibounteous luncheon Shay, of Floyd Knobs; Mrs. Leo Auxiliary. Casey, ot served by the Ladies' Faulkner and Misa Thresa At New Orleans tho Ancient Or- St. Croix. Mrs. Casey was one of M. i. IANWN, T. H. HERIMEE, f. IANNOH, JR., der and Ladles Auxiliary will cele- those women whom to know was to VIm Pru. & Treat. Saortbry. fm.tUtr. brate St. Patrick's day by attend esteem and whose presence brought Ing mass In tho morning at St. happlnew into overy circle. A banquet and Joseph's church'. NUNS TAKE VOWS. muslcale feature at the Monteleone Hotel will be given In too evening. Sister Sylvester, of the Holy Ros The Hibernian Rifles and divisions of Columbus, Ohio, are muster- ary Academy, took tne perpetual 4 Calvert Pipe, Sewer ing all their friends to make a great vows of the Dominican eiatenicoa BaBBBB's rates Ludei ripe fer Stense CeadaiU, Academy, the sbowlng in the parade and at St. at St. Catherine's Wall Cetfiaij, Drala Brick, Patrick's church on St. Patrick's mother house of the Dominican orThe Fire Freely, Flae Liaisi, Fire Brick day. At night they will have a der, on Tuesday afternoon. patriotic celebratioa at the Chamber pupils of Slater Sylvester, wno are Crate bb4 Seller Tile, Greaai Fire Clay, CklauMjr , this year's graduates, were present of Commerce. at the ceremony. The aame day OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON eight novices of the order took their CLOSES VICTORIOUS SEASON. HOME PHONES CITY Right Her. uisnop CUMB. MAIN 607. final vows. teams of St. O'Donaghue, Very Ser. T. L. Crow MageUa Ave., Ret. tk i8tt. ley aad Rev. D&aiea a. unseen fteaeoa Saturday wkea they seared were preee&t at 'the ceremonies. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. men. Division 2 of Dayton, Ohio, will nnnlvei-sarobservo its twenty-fift- h, with an' appropriate celebration next y of the Lieut. Jack Maloney, mounted police, will lead the parade with a detachment of mounted rWIIJfcSpsalSJJWj 6CM.6 or Mtu.s'",aWetHa?Bal-uvTT- . '" KQM3 UMl feOAtfS '""" .. ut month. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. TRY A LOAD OF most elaborate ovor witnessed In Ohio. Tho class numbered about 200. tho Wisconsin State bowling tournament for 1918, the second for tho society. If you want expert service just call us up. We linvo never been out of dyes for ono moment slnco tho war begun nnd aro thoroughly equipped to linndlo nil work of every description. You can rest nssurcd If you need dyeing Vio can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Parcel Post Service Green Bay Knights have landed PULS CLEANING INCORPORATKD. DYEING CO. 2635. Wallins Creek Lump Coal FOR HOME USES. High in Heat. Low in Ash. Indianapolis will have about candidates for the third degree Initiation and banquet on April 22. vo 426 S. Fifth St. ssstsi BOTH PHONES Louisville, Kj'. S6ANL0N GOAL 60MPflNy - BE SURE TO CALL FOR . McKENNA WHISKY Marquette Council, Sioux Falls, realized over ?500 from its recent Indoor picnic, which was used for local charities. It is estimated that moro than 8,000 pcoplo attended the Now York Chapter annual charity ball In Madison Squaro Garden. Tomorrow tho councils of tho Central New York district will have an initiation at Syracuse, to be held In tho Empire Theater. St. Patrick Council of Cincinnati is making extensive preparations for tho fitting celebration of tho feast of Its patron saint. Louisvillo Council will hold its next initiation soon after Easter, which it is hoped will bring tho membership over tho 1,000 mark. Mount Benedict Council of Minn., will give a "minstrel cabaret," tho cast for which will comprise 100 young ladies and about fifty young men. The Knights of Pueblo, Col., conferred tho degroes on a class ot o at their recent Initiation, all recruited within four weeks. will be Another class of sevonty-nv- e ready shortly after Easter. . Som-ervllle, sgg&gsa :gS2S3SS2 M?wg The Last Dollar That you tpent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a yer; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" must be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that "bard time" from ever coming. i i i i Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co, Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. ra. tlfty-thre- Coras, Bbbigbo and Callonsrs IlrntoTrd 'Without Pain Iarowa and Abnormal Treated. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. NdVELTY NIGHT. Next Wednesday will bo "noyolty night" fpr tho "raombers of the local Knighte of Columbus, and Dr. E. P. Marcllllatt, Chairman of the Entertainment Commltteo, requests a full attendance, as some now and novel stunts will ho (introduced that are euro to guarantee & lively evening. Thomas Walsh, Council Lecturer, suggests that tho members who attend Lenten services on Wednesday nights mako arrangements to come to the meetings afterwards as he has arranged a good programme for this month. HD3EIWIAN TEA3L $& Di Uriah Beth Pboaes 1120 L Litsey, Chiropodist 800.7 Siarka Billalklft INSTRUMENTS STERILIZED McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, i'iinnininnitmfmnnuiHHHt OLDBARBEE The Best Straight Whisky .Ob Earth INCORPORATED JNO. T. BARBEE.& CO. Sele Owner ftegiatercd Dint. Me. 32 BANNON PIPE CO. Tile'.-YMxIft- Main Office and Salesroom, Horn. City iilO I 726-73- 0 West Main Street! Cumb. Soutk 060-Y e of the Olrmnlc baseball club in the Twin City League, has been secured to handle the A. O. H. team m tne Walter Murphy, former manager taj. 573-178- 6. W)HM--:t3tHcdBreo- Sc. ad I'xXr'Blage aooefai Twin City and the Hibernians are already forming rooting ciube to encourage the boys. Vice President Tim O'Leary, of Division 3, ha come forward with an offer of ten bf the beet baseball bats that- labor and skill can produce, his offer being received with muea e&- - DOUGHERTY & LANNING INCORPORATED. COAL CO. Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal. Office and Yard tauBm. Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue