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Tuesday Thuridy Saturday
The Rosary
By EDW E ROSE
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HIBERNIANS
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What They Have Been Dolr g 1
the Past Week General
News Notes
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A happy and prosperous new r
year to all I
Ladles Auxiliary 0 of Indlan c
apolls has now nearly 100 members
In good standing 4
John Hennessy President of DivIsIon I
ion 4 has served longer than any
other President in Kentucky 1
The County Board must soon be
gin preparations for the proper ob I
servance of St Patricks day
At a splendidly conducted initia
tion at Indianapolis forty now mem
bers went through the degrees
Following the election of officers
i of Division 1 at Terro Haute Ind
a large class of candidates was re i
ceived Into he order
The Hibernians of Washington I
Ind are arranging for a county In l
itiation In the early spring and a
proper observance of St Patricks
dayThe
The Hibernians of New York City
have elected Peter E Murphy as
i Grand Marshal of the St Patricks
day parade which Is expected to
eclipse all past ones
Division 3 will hold the first meet
ing of the new year Monday night t
The officers request all the members
to be present to hear the reports and
review of the past years work
Edward J Fogarty recently ads I
pointed Warden of the Indiana
State Prison and who served eight
years as Mayor of South Bend Is a
Pro sitnent and popular member of
the Ancient Order
At a largely attended social ses
sion of Division 2 of Indianapolis
County President Maurice Donnelly
was presented with a handsome all 1
ver mounted gavel In recognition of
his long service as President of the
divisionThe
The Ladles Auxiliary will Install
their officers Wednesday night and
every member should be there to
take part in the exercises which will
surpass any yet witnessed in this
city A most enjoyable evening is
promisedPresidents
Presidents Ford and Cole will do
splendid work for the Ancient Order
in Jeffersonvlllo They are hustlers
and popular with the younger men
who must bo relied upon to carryon
the work of tho order which has
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done much for the men of that city
In retiring from office Miss Rose
Sweeney President of the Ladles
Auxiliary will carry with her the
love and best wishes of every mem
bar Her administration has been
one of marked success and ends
with an increased membership and
treasury
Division 42 of Now York City
holds one open meeting each month
Two Initiations and a number ol
applications were features of the
last meeting of the Denver division
The local envisions will install
their officers this month and then
for earnest work
The next meeting of Division 2
will be held Friday night and prom
ises to be unusually Interesting as
It will be tho first in the new quar
ters at Campbell and Broadway
President Ford and his associates
feel confident that the change will
result In a greatly Increased mem
bership before the end of tho year
Tuesday night Division 1 will meet
at Falls City Hall when the mem
bers are expected to turn out In full
force This division has made an ex
cellent showing and overcame many
obstacles during the nast < year and
President Tom Walsh can retire wJtli
the satisfaction of having directed
Its affairs faithfully and well It is
hoped that he retires only to step
higher
higherSPL1NDID
SPLENDID MOVEMENT PLANNED
The Rev Father Xavier Sutton
0 P the great missioner to non
Catholics addressed the Louisville
Council oftthe Knights of Columbus
on Wednesday night and he LSb
heard with the greatest interest He
advocated the establishment here of
a Catholic Converts League His
suggestions met the approval of the
cquncll and If mass meeting of
Catholics will be held to further oon
suet tho movement on Sunday Jan I
Q rY8 The hall will bee announced
later In his address Father Button I
told the Knght how they could mc
convpllsh c rk ga Odand how jiec
ICOtnlPlJ the work was In Kentucky
I IflJRY IIASTHNKD D ATP
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oral months ago Mr Gary was run 6t
down by an automobile at Ninth and t
Broadway and It is thought the In s
juries ho then received have T =
hastened his death Surviving him
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are his wjfo Mrs Catherine Cary
and two sons Martin and John s
CarY The funeral took place Mon 1l
day morning from the Sacred Heart
j church the Rev Father Patrick ss
I Walsh officiating at tho solemn re
quiem services and preaching a s
most feeling sermon on iffo and r
death XS
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Story of Next Weeks Play s
at the Avenue
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The following is the story of
The Rosary which comes to the
Avenue next week s
Bruce Wilton has amassed a for
tune which he has lavished on his
wife Vera Their household Is a Isus I
happy one but into it creeps a 1I10tes
of menace No one hears It at first
save Father Kelly a priest the for s
mer tutor of Bruce Quietly ho Iss I
goes to work with his sharpened
tense to find tho person who is I
causing tho adverse influence il1 the I I
household Almost on the verge of
discovering the cause calamity de
scends upon ithe Wilton house
Bruces fortune is swept away and II I
In such a manner that he believes I
his wife the cause of his ruin Hus I
band and wife are separated the
home is destroyed and yet the cause
of all this disaster is unknown
Father Kelly with a faith that t
moves mountains goes on quietly
serenely and confidently with but It
one purpose in ylewthe happiness I
of those he loves Ho solves the 91 1
mystery and lets the white light of
truth into the minds that have been
darkened by evil More than this
ho finds the one who has beenI i 1 I
the misery and restores the home 1
Tho Rosary is probably the most
successful play of the year It having
recently closed a three months ru n II I
in Chicago and Is now creating con
siderable comment in New York
City where It Is playing at the i
Harden Theater theI I
A special matinee is announced I
for Monday January 2
This play has been approved by I
the Catholic press and clergy and
laymen Of it the Rev John Mar
tin of De Paul University thus
writes The Rosary Is powerful 11 I
went to critlze it but I soon forgot
every principle of criticism in ad
miration and enjoyment
John L Sheridan Lecturer of the
Knights of Columbus had this too
say after witnessing the play In I
Chicago The impersonation of the
priest showing his human sympathy
by his desire to help all with whom
he came in contact regardless of
creed Is very acceptable to one of
my faith
JIACAULEXS
Francis Wilson In The Bachelors
Baby a delightful comedy Is
booked far Macauksya next week to
be followed by Mrs Fisko In Becky
Sharp arole that she has made
famous These notable attractions
are but a forerunne of good things
that will mark the latter halt of the
present season
presentseasonMOTION
MOTION PICTURES
dFor next week the Casino an Ida
Orpheum have secured special mov
ing pictures which promise a num
ber of pleasing surprises The films
are all first run and have never
been seen here The pictures will
present some entirely now scenic
3rdramatic and comedy views and are
certain to meet with approval There
will be the Usual changes and the
IDlatest illustrated song hits
HOPKINS THEATER
Tho New Years bill at the Hop
kins Theater will prove an agreeable
11surprise to tho patrons of that pop
ular amusement house All of the
vaudeville turns are of the highest
Idclass and some of them create much
laughter The musical numbers are
singingty
equal to any heard here this season
Moving pictures will open and close
the performance There will be an
entire change of bill on Thursday
I MASONIC
When Margaret Illington comes to
the Masonic Theater tho first three
nights of next week her arrange
ment includes the production of two
most successful plays Tho Whirl
Wind and The Encounter The
Whirlwind has been Miss Illlng
tons vehicle since last September
SeptemberAlthough
Although Tho Encounter has
never been seen In America It will
ethave its first presentation In this
country during Miss Illlngtons stay
in Louisville
LouisvilleBOTH
IYnOTH I DOING WELL
Reports from Beljovuo and
Knottsvlllo bring good nows to the
IsGrapd officers of the Young Mens
IpInstitute Both Phil Sheridan and
Montgomery Councils are In splendid
condition and increasing in member
ship They are arranging tor big in
itiations In the early spring and ex
pect to bavo with them tho Supreme
11Vlce President Robert T Burke and
the Slate degree earn Phil Sheri
ISdan Council recently purchased jt
hohlq for its members and this has
given an Impetus to the vCathoJlc
young men of that city who find
there many unoxpected Pleasures and
leAdvant ges ExMayor Joseph Cas
sidy iii one of the moving spirits In
thty body arid It is I largely due io
hit efforts the the home was se
cured
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Record of the Host Important of
the Recent Events Culled
Prom Exchanges
The electric light installation I in
troduced in Mohill is giving great
satisfaction
M J McManus of Tobercurry
County Sllgo has been appointed to
the Magistracy for the district
1the All financial arrangements have
1been completed for launching an
electric lighting scheme for Dundalk
next year
John Torrens a Derry carter
while boarding a ship at the quay
in that city fell Into the water and
was drowned
The appointment of Joseph Wlth
tlrLngton to the Commission of the
Peace for County Monaghan has
given general satisfaction
There have recently been very
large takes of herrings in Ballins
kelligs Bay On fine days the num
ber of herrings to each boat
averaged about seven thousand
In the Counties of TIpperary ani
Limerick much regret is expressed at
ofo
William Devane of Nenagh which
took place at a Limerick hospital
At the Munster Assizes Justice
Kenny said there was mo case from
tho city of Waterford and only one
case from the county The Judge
complimented Waterford on Its free
dom from crime I
A disastrous fire occurred at F
Newry resulting In the complete de
structlon of an extensive block of t
buildings belonging to Robert
Sands Henry Thompson Co and
the spacious premises of the Newry
Reporter the property of Joseph
Wrights
Balbriggan Town Commissioners
have unanimously elected A Gra
ham as Chairman of the board In
room of the late Patrick T Cumlsky
Joseph Toole of Killeen near
Mountmelllck was recently killed by
a falling tree while ho was tree fell
Ing on his own farm
At Rathkealo Patrick and Thomas
Cowhey were remanded and James
Cowhey was discharged all three
being accused of being concerned In 1
the death by stabbing of James Cow
hey at Croagh Richard Cotter
deposed of hearing the deceased say
that Patrick CoWhey had stabbed
himThe death has taken place at
ShroQve County Sllgo of Mrs Mar i
garet Finn Who had attained the
remarkable ago of 101 years and
Who retained possession of all her
faculties to the end She was a
fluent Irish speaker and could re
count many stirring tales of her
young days in a most Interesting
remanner
mannerPatrick Morrissey a farmer resld
ing in the Slate quarries district at
Ahehna about four miles from Car
rckonSulr was drowned recently
In the river Llnawn which flows
through the district It Is believed
that he missed his way when pro
ceeding home and fell Into the river
towhich Is very dangerous at tho spot
ewhere the body was found
With regret the Democrat an
ronounced the death of one of the
1oldest residents of Dundalk In the
leperson of Owen Gogarty which oc
curred at his residence Francis I
11street where for half a century past
ho had carried on a successful busi
ness as blacksmith Quiet and unas
suming a good neighbor he gained
tho esteem and respect of all who
knew him A first class tradesman
ho remained almost to the last de
spite advancing age in charge of the
ldbusiness he had built up and prac
tically died In harness The funeral
to Castledown cemetery was very
ldlargely attended
AGED WOMAN DEAD
11lItrs John Horlne one of the old
est residents of Lexington died on
Friday of last week at her home
676 West Short street after a pro
tracted illness Mrs Horlno was
seventyeight years old and had
1Cspent nearly all of her life In the
Bluegraaa capital t Her husband died
lelabout six years ago but ilhe is l Burs
ylvtJd < by five sons and four daugh
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oBarney O and Harry T Horlne of
Lexington William Horlne of Win
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Staten Island NT The daughters
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Lizzie Horine of Lexington Mrs I
George Ellington bt Paducah and
Mrs Jtrttle Dowdt of Clncinntl I
Mrs Ellington airs Dptd and MI eee
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