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OFPJCB AND POKQE 7IJ-7I5 SEVENTH SWEET
Fo'.lowlna; the example of her
slstoi, a Chlosgo Kir! has turned
from the world of luxury that could
hare been hrs through the abun
dant meani of her father, and hat
entered the atrictest female order ot
the Roman Catholic church In exist
encethe Poor Clare Colettlnea,
who convent la at Fifty-third and
Laflln atreeta. Chicago. Both of the
young women, who. were Invested
the rablt only alx months apart,
were educated highly and bad trav
eled much, both - In Europe and
America. Miss Mary Kemper took
the final vows and passed through
the triple door ot the convent into
her self-chosen life of extreme
austerity on Thursday. Her sister
Cecilia, twenty years of age and
fou.' years younger than Mary, had
donned the habit June 20 last. Both
young women are the daughters of
William Kemper, President . of
Kemper Bros., wholesale dealers
feed supplies at 1565 North Halsted
streM. Mr. Kemper Is a large
owner of real estate.
Ia accordance with the rules of
the order they have joined, the Sis
ters will devote most of their days
and much of each night to prayer in
solitude: they will abstain entirely
from meat and 11 delicacies; they
will wear neither shoes nor stock
Inss. seldom will converse, and vol
untarlly will endure many other
austerities. Rising at 2 o'clock each
morning, their prayers will be for
the city of Chicago, it being cus
tomary for" the nuns to pray for the
municipality In which their own
convent is located. During the
months of their novitiate it was
keDt from the remaining members
the community that, the two young
women were sisters. Cecilia Kem
ner was a graduate of the Chicago
Conservatory of Music. Mary be
gan her novitiate directly after she
had returned from a trip to Europe,
In which she visited many sacred
Th9 ceremony by which Miss Mary
Kemrer Joined the order was ren
derd still more exceptional by the
fact that her brother, the Rev. H. M
Kemper, who had been ordained
thre-3 weeks previously by Arch'
bishop Quigley, acted as deacon and
delivered the sermon. He took for
his text: "I will lead her into soli
tude and will apeak to her heart
. . . and she shall stay there ac
cording to the days of her youth.'
He twelt on the misconceptions o
the contemplative life, advocating
its value lor both the individual and
humenlty in general. After th
ceremonies In the chapel of the
convent a procession in which was
Father Becker, of the German Im
maculate Conception church, led the
way to the triple door inclosure
where the Rev. Mother Abbess
Coletta and all her community wel
corned the happy candidate as Sister
Mary Agnes. Her sister Anna aciea
'Both Mary and Anna Kemper en
tered the order ot Poor Clares as the
result of their natural religious In
clinatlonB," said Albert J. Kemper,
brother of the young women's father
and a member of the firm ot Kem
per Bros. " Neither or them was
Impelled y a great Borrow. Their
course bad the approval ot tneir
parents, both ot whom, as also other
relatives, were present at the cere
all psrt of the city 'they received
message of congratulation and
wishes for a long continuance of
their happy life.
Are Members of Division
2, A. O. M., Over Their
Of Officers Opens Year
Y. M. I's.
Montgomery Council, Y. M. I., of
Knottsvllle, Ky., Installed the fol
lowing new officers for 1911: Chap
lain, Rev. Father L. H. Spalding;
President. J. A. Roby; Vice Presl
denta, Guy W. Hazel and Henry
Lanham; Recording Secretary, Louis
K. Carrlco; Corresponding Secre
tary, Foster Sansberry; Financial
Secretary. James 11. Roby; Treas
urer.' G. W. Sansberry; Marshal
Marcus Roby; Inside Sentinel
James Payne; Outside Sentinel
Clarence Oilman; Exeeutlv Commit
tee, K. J. Rhodes; Raymond Jarboe
and Guv Payne.
All ot these young men are well
known and highly resiectea in
Knottsvllle, one ot the Catholic cen
ters In Daviess county. The council
ha." made great progress during the
mil vear and the . indications are
for greater success In the present
KNIGHTS AND I.AD1KH.
Nxt Monday night the Catholic
Kniuiita and Ladiea of America ex-
Dct the lamest meeting ever aaaetn
bled In this city at Robinson Hall,
Seventeenth and Main streets, when
Mis Mary Sheridan, the State Dep
uty, will install the of floors for the
local tranche of that popular Cath
olic fraternal Insurance organiza
tion. This meeting will be made the
occasion of a reunion of the pioneer
members of the order founded by
the lamented Gran W.. Bmlth, and
will prove one of more than ordinary
Interest. Mia Sheridan paid an of
ficial visit to Branch 18 Tuesday
night, and found that body In splen
did condition both financially ana
Mr and Mrs. J. F. Hlllerlih, of
1917 West Broadway, celebrated
thlr golden wedding anniversary
Tuesday evening with a bounteous
supper for 125 friend and relatives,
tnong whom were a number rrora
New York, Illinois, Iowa, Florida
nd Georgia. Mr. and Mr, limericn
wer married by the Rev. Lawrence
Rax In St. John's church, Clay and
Walnut streets, fifty year ago. Mrs.
Hlllerlch was at that time noted
Inutr in St. John's church choir.
The worthy couplu have spent their
married life In Louisville, and iroin
That a new era ot prosperity hat
dawned for Division 2, A. O. H., was
manifest by the enthusiasm mani
fest Wednesday night, when that
body held lu Initial meeting In
Schelti Hal at Campbell and Broad
way. President Ford occupied the
ohat and dispatched the business
with celerity. When Secretary
Meehan read two application there
was a hearty round ot applause, and
a number pledged themselves to
work until the membership Peached
Michael Keaney, trie oldest Hlber
nlan in the city, who ha been HI
sent a congratulatory' message upon
the return of Division 2 to It
first field of operations. After
making appropriation for assess
ments and all claims It was decided
to give an. entertainment next
month, which will probably take
Place In Trinity Council Hall
Charles Obst and the Entertainment
Corrmlttee were authorized to make
the necceasary arrangements.
was also voted to hold a social ses
slon for the member on the third
Wednesday of each- month, which
will be Inaugurated on January 18
with a hot roast supper and cigars
and refreshment, when the officers
of the County Board will be their
special guests. Spirted talks were
made by James Welsh, President
Ford and other, who predicted
prosperous year for Division 2. All
members are urged to remember the
next meeting and be present to par
tlclpate tn the festivities.
"At the Mercy of Tiberius" is the
attraction booked at the Avenue
next week. The piece la strictly
modern and tells an Interesting
WAV- -jf I
story. J&hn Webb Dilllon will be
seen in the role ot the attorney
Lennox Dunbar, who puts aside
everything that stand In the path of
duty and prosecutes the woman lie
loves, who has been charged with
the murder of her grandfather,
Eleanor Montell assumes the ipart of
Beryl Brentano, the young girl
changed with the crime.
"Madame Sherry," which will be
the Macauley'a offering for the first
half of next week, has proved one
of the pronounced musical comedy
hit of the decade. The company is
a strong one and the costuming and
stage settings are entirely new and
Good pictures of a timely charac
ter are promised the patrons of the
Casino and Orpheum Theaters, next
week. The film are first run and
entirely new productions. They will
be found instructive and amusing
a source of real enjoyment. Besides
there will be the latest Illustrated
song and the regular' changes of
Beginning Monday and for three
night only there will be a grand
revival of the ever popular comedy
opera. The Mikado, when Miss
Frltzl Scheff, pretty and iplqutnt,
will be seen rn the daSlgbtful role ot
Yum Yum. Dlgby Bell will be the
Ko Ko of the production, the part
which he created In this country
when the piece wa first produced
The Hopkins' management makes
an announcement of unusual Inter
est to local vaudeville lover in the
heralding of six feature acts on the
programme for the remainder of the
season, commencing with mo om
next Sunday, Instead of the five
turns" presented heretofore. The
programme lor next week l uio
equal of any ever seen In this city
and w'll certainly be appreciated by
the patrons ot this popular play
San Francisco Is now Included
motig the large cities In this coun
try' In which what Is known a the
'printers' mans" Is celebrated, fet.
'alitck's. of which Rev. John Rogers
pastor. Is the San Francisco
church thus privileged. The holy
satiince is offered there at 3 o'clock.
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Give Their Mother and Rel
atives a Happy
Taking their mother and other
member of the family and relatives
by surprise, Sister Mary Austin, ot
Jackson, Tenn., and Sister D rothea,
ot Memphis, arrived the Monday
evening after Christmas to spend
the remainder of the week in Louis
ville. Sister Dorothea and Mary
Austin are the two youngest daugh
ters vf Mrs. Kate Aud, who reside
at 635 South Seventh street, and
It I the first time they have been
home together since they entered the
Dominican Sisterhood. - Sister Mary
Austin left ' fourteen year ago to
enter the Dominican convent, and
was followed seven years later by
Sister Dorothea. Both Sisters be
long to' the Dominican order, their
mother house being at Nashville.
While here they were vlsted by
many friends of their girlhood days,
and the reunion at the home of
Mr. Aud was Indeed a most happy
and enjoyable one. Sisters Mary
Austin and Dorothea left Saturday
for Tennessee, accompanied by their
sister, Mrs. John P. Hogan, of
Bowling Green, who was also here
to spend the holidays.
Por Benefit of Sts. Mary
and Elizabeth Hospi
The friends of Sts. Mary and
Elizabeth Hospital are arranging for
a big bazar for the benefit ot that
most worthy institution, which will
be told at Llederkran Hall, open
ine on Washington' birthday, Feb
ruary 22. and continuing for three
days and night. Through the build
ing of ewers, street improvements
and other unavoidable causes tms
hospital has labored under many
dlsad vantages, and has also the bur
den ot paying for the additional
buildings just erected. Healiilng
the so 'act the friends of Mother
ylubcrta and the good Sisters of
Charljy have determined upon tnis
Dazar to an eirori to neip mem in
their work ot maintaining a hospital
that for many years baa been
credit to Loulsvile and the State. A
number of meetings will be soon
held, when the various committee
will be named and the work begun
In real earnest. This bazar should
have the hearty support ot all Cath
olics and charitably disposed people
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Sl KlMtlSK FOB "PHICKV
S. 1. Owen, the well knawn to-
baci'O man and President of the
Louisville Bowling Association, was
given a surprise by his fellow
bowling friends last Monday eve
ning, being presented with a hand
some bowling fob of solid gold Inset
with a large diamond, the entire de
sign being the handsomest of Its
kind ever given In the city. The
presentation took ' place at T. D.
Owen's club rooms, the speech being
made by A. F. Martin, who paid
many glowing tributes to "Price's"
standing with all the local bowler,
Mr. Owen responded feelingly, stat
ing that It was the proudest moment
of his life, and that he would never
'spare" an opportunity to make a
'strike's1 for the good of the game
nor do anything that would cause a
spll'." In the Tank.
KING FOB JOHN.
In appreciation of hi services, a
number ot admiring friends ot John
L. ('.ruber, the popular Democratic
Chairman ot the Fifty-first Legisla
tive district, called him into their
midst and presented him with a
handsome diamond ring. The pre
sentation was made by Deputy Sher
iff Robert Kaltenbacher. After re
covering from hi surprise the Jolly
halrman responded In a brief
peeoh ot thanks. Then for an hour
there waa'an exchange of friendly
greetings and a general good time.
LAST BEFORE I.F.NT.
The dancing club ot the Sacred
Heart Court. C. O. F., will entertain
its friends at I' top la Hall, Twenty-
second and (larland, next Thursday
night with the lust dance to be
given until after Lent, and promise
that this will be the most enjovablo
et flven. The committee In charge
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Kdwjrd McMahon. Tom McCulre.
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