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Catholic Knight Honored
by Presence of Su
Monday nljsht Branch 25. Catholic
Knighti of America, held one of its
old-time meeting in St. John's Hall,
Clay and Walnut. When the routine
buninee had been completed Su
preme Delegate Joseph P. McGinn,
who was a welcome visitor, was
called upon to Install the officer
for the year 1913. t'pon taking
charge Delegate McGinn proceeded
with the duties in a dignified man
mer. giving to each officer an Im
pressive admonition and urging them
to assist the officers in bringing
Branch 25 up to the numerical
strength it deserves. Chairman
Brownfleld distributed the "smokeB"
and invited all to be present at the
next meeting, when they would be
given another treat. This affair was
unusually well attended and thor
oughly enjoyed. President Meehan
says the meeting to be held next
Monday night will he of Interest and
benefit to the members, and he
therefore, hopes the hall will again
All Calls Answered Promptly, Day er Night.
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AL SMITH, Proprietor.
Funeral Director and Embalmer
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S East Main Street,
Funeral Director and Embalmer
TELEPHONE CITY 365.
All call promptly attended to, day or night.
Carriage furnished for all occasions.
1225 WEST MARKET STREET.
Prlslon Is Now Practically
a Memory of Tormer
Clonmel prison is now practically
a memory. Two years ago Tip
perary's "Tombs" of patriotism was
converted into a Borstal Institution,
a place of detention for Juvenile of
fenders from all parts of Ireland,
but the recent retirement of Peter
Whelan, for nearly thirty years
warder of Clonmel prison, Inevitably
recalls some of the stirring scenes
the old prison witnessed in the most
stormy days of the land of agitation,
and bids one remember at what a
heavy price progress In Ireland has
been purchased. Among those who
passed before Warder Whelan, and
through the portals of the county
gaol of Tipperary, were most of the
well known Irish members of Par
liament, Including John Dillon,
William O'Brien, the late Dr. Tan
ner, David Sheehy, Pat O'Brien,
John O'Connor, John Cullnan and
Thomas J. Condon, as well as many
famous Irish journalists who never
hesitated about paying the price "of
their cherished freedom of speech.
"They were an exceedingly agreeable
body of gentlemen to deal with," de
clared Warder Whelan. "and they
gave no trouble whatever. I was on
the very best terms with all of
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The officers and members of the
Catholic Woman's Club Invite all
their friends and patrons, both
ladies and gentlemen, to be present
at their reception tomorrow after
noon from 3 to 6 o'clock, as they
especially went to show the progress
made in the past year and their pros
pects for the future. Those who as-
sisted them m tne Teceni nrram
contest, when they won the distinc
tion of being the most popular and
worthy organization in Louisville, are
especially invited to come and par
take of their hospitality.
"The Seven Last Words," a mag
nificent oratorio by Dubois, will be
given during Lent at St. Anthony's
church, Twenty-third and Market
streets. A portion of the oratorio
will be sung on each Sunday night
during Lent, and on Palm Sunday
the whole composition will be sung.
St. Anthony's choir of thirty voices
Is training for the great composition
under the direction of Leo Kollros.
Arthur C. Becker will preside it the
GONE TO REST.
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ers in Finest Brands of Ken
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Oiminlul 1b.ob. Boot 104SY.
Sister Mary Demetria, twenty
three years of age, a sister at the
Ursuline Convent at Shelby and
Chestnut streets, died Wednesday at
the convent, after a lingering ill
ness. Before taking her tows about
three years ago the young nun wa
Miss Anna May Coleman, of this
city The funeral was held Friday
morning from the Ursuline chapel,
and the burial was In 8t. Michael's
SEWING SOCIETY TO ENTERTAIN.
The Sewing Society of Bts. Mary
and Elizabeth Hospital will entertain
nt TnPR.lav and Wednesday aner
noon and night at the hospital with
o,i.hr and lotto party ana iuncn
enn for these who desire. This
society has been doing much char
itable work, and they therefore look
for a large gathering of their friends
on both days. .
and the same
THIRD AND MARKET.
(J 001) TIME
Tor Members When Cnlho
lie Knight nstall
Catholic Knights of the city had a
Jolly good time when Branch 8 In
stalled Its officers for this year, St.
j Martin's Hall being crowded. Timely
talks were made by John J. Score
and It. A. Veeneman, representing
the State Council; John Schalda and
Charles Hill, of the Central Com
mittee, and members of the branch.
There was a general regret over the
bsence of Major Oen. Michael
Reichert, who was detained at his
ome because of the illness of his
wife. The officers Installed were:
resident, J. J. Soeder: Vice Presl-
"nts, Lawrence Stelnmetz, George
Schlaug; Recording Secretary, B. A.
Mueller; Financial Secretary, Oscar
Maler; Treasurer, Peter Hoffman;
Trustees, Charles Falk, Lawrence
Stelnmetr, Sr., and Joseph N. Herp.
When the Installation ceremonies
were concluded all were treated to a
uncheon and refreshments, over
which Capt. Oscar Maler presided as
toastmaster. After the clgare had
been parsed old and new members
ere called upon and pledged them
selves to work earnestly for the
dvancement of "Big Six."
FRANK FEHR BREWING CO.
That's What Young Davitt
Says of ,Unlverslty
Biggest thing ever pulled off
11 in Louisville. II
The militant spirit of agitating
that Inspired the lata Michael Pr
his historic Irish land campaign
appears to have descended to his
son in another sphere or niman
activity. Young Davitt, who Is a
science graduate of Dublin uni
versity, thinks the governing body
of that seat of learning has become
fossilized and that a little new life
should be infused into its working
rrangements. He advances the
lew that a drastic change is neces
sary In the interests of Irish educa-
on. and insists that the present
governing body is animated by a
spirit of Intolerance toward young
men of progressive and advanced
views. Supported by a few of his
friends, he claims the right of better
representation by the introduction or
more graduates of the university on
the governing body a claim that
will be strongly resisted by the men
ho have had the management for
several vears. His father's political
views, which they fear young Davitt
inherits, do not inspire me present
eovernors with any great conncience
his discretionary powers, so mat
there are all the elements of a pro
tracted conflict in the new situation.
All the late and new Styles and Shape
can be found here at reasonable prices.
Call and see us
Having purchased the entire
stock of Monuments of the late
Muldoon Monument Company,
we are in a position to offer the
same to parties wishing to im
prove their cemetery lots at very
Qive us a call at our ware-
rooms, 318 320 West Green St.
New Muldoon Monument Co.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL'S.
On Sunday, January 26, the Forty
Hours' prayer will open in St. Vin
cent de Paul's church, Shelby and
Oak streets. On Sunday, Monday and
Tutsday evenings during the devo
tions priests from various parishea
in the city will deliver special
HINTS ON STYLE.
Hve you hoys eoBoatlom that will
preps then for lira.
ST. XAVIER'5 COLLEGE:
IIS W. Broadway, aeJsvtUa. at.
Conducted br the Xeverlan Brothers.
Claa.lcal, Bcl.ntlflo and Bualoaaa
Cuura.a, Preparatory Department, Irc.
Swimming Fool, Wall Equipped Qyuma
slum, Tirml Moderate, faro, Jamaa. Dir.
Oeorge Holland, Superintendent of
St. Louis cemetery, who has been ill
for some weeks past, suDmuiea to a
successful operation on Monday '
St. Joseph's Infirmary. His many
friends throughout the city will re
joice to learn that his recovery and
restoration to perfect health is now
assured. It is thought he will be
able to be removed to his home with
in the next few days.
WTONL.Y ONE STORE
During the Forty Hours' devotions
which open tomorrow at St. Peter's
church there will be a special series
of evening sermons. They w'll bs
preached by tha Re. Michael Mur
phy, O. M. C, of St. Anthony's; the
Rev. Ignatius wakens. O. F. M., of
Rt Ronlf&ce. and Father Louis, O.
M. C, of Jeffersonville, In the order
For tailor mades the rough woolen
weaves are most worn.
Simplicity will be the keynote of
the early spring styles.
The latest forecast indicates that
spring modes will be similar to those
Brassieres with adjustable shoul
der straps for wear with evening
gowns are the latest thing.
The taffeta hat never runs over
into spring, for it is only a makeshift
from one season to the next.
There is a notable revival of small
muffs worn by women who have the
courage to don extra new styles.
The Russian blouse Is much in
favor and seems to hold the center
of the stage as spring approaches.
I A new washable shirt waist is
made un on the lines of a man's
shirt, with Dleated bosom front
dickey collar and black cravat.
A British Journal which deals with
the dress Question laments what It
utile "the tendency to go un
clothed" on the part of women,
There are now 6 70 00 known lan
aiiaaes and dialects, but many ar
very little spoken.
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AH erdets receive prompt attentioa
ad aatUfactioa guaranteed.
DESTINED TO DE EMPEROR.
Stonyhurat College and Seminary,
England's great Institution, has as
Its most distinguished student
Francis Charlea. Archduke of Aus
tria, and destined to be the future
Kmperor of Aubtria. He is eighteen
Brewers and Bottlers
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one who has tried it. Telephone 452,
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508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET.
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Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use. Order
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TELEPHONES: Home 7671-7672, Cumb. Wail 69.
SALVATOR (Dark) LIFE SAVER (Liflht)
Tomorrow morning the Forty
Hours' devotion will open wun a
igh mass and procession at m.
Peter's church, Seventcentn anu
arland avenue. They will close
uesday evening with solemn vespers
nd benediction. A special musical
programme will be rendered tomor
row by the excellent choir under the
direction of Miss Perry.
1400 to 1408 Stor;
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Cumb. Phone West 191
The Catholic Knights of America
f New Albany are making extensive
rrangements for a euchre that will
be given at St. Joseph's Hall Tuesday
night. January 28. Numerous prizes
will be awarded to successiui pr
ers and a large attendance Is anticipated.
St. Edward S tomiiunucij,
Knights of St. John, Installed us
newly-elected officers at a meeting
at at JoseDh'a Hall mursoay nigm.
Visitors were present from Louisville
and Jeffersonville, and good spean
ers were heard. Refreshments were
served after the exercises and the
meeting closed with a smoker.
PRINCESS GIVES CHALICE.
Miss Mary Kennedy Boone, who
K.ntiv arrived in Baltimore from
-vrni Ravin broueni wun n
an exquisite chalice of gold studded
with nreclous stones, the gift of
Prinncu Ionise Ferdinand, or a-
ria tn Cardinal raney. tor tne
new Snanish church In New York
Th. r-hnllcn is ornamented with the
coat of arms of the Princess, set in
imnnili and the whole is in a
black leather case lined with satin
oh hoarlni the roval arms. The
Princess was a Spanish Infanta.
PRAY FOR RAIN.
Right Rev. Bishop Conaty, of
Lop Angeles, last week appealed to
the clergy and people of the diocese
to unite in asltlng tioa to oieae m
land with seasonable and aounaani
rain From all sides in Houmern.
PQiifnrnla there is expression 01 me
need of rain not only tor tne iana
and the crops, but also for the health
nf the neoDle. The dry season wun
i. .inH ami dust has anected me
K..h nf a Urea number or tne
APPOINTED PROVINCIAL. '
FOR CRACKED EGG.
Add a teaspoonful of salt to th
water In which it Is boiled and It will
cook without oozing from the crack
in tha shell.
Th Verv Rev. Alexander J. Bur-
rnwna S J.. rTesldeni Ol Dt. mui
TTnivaraltv has been appointed Pro
nial nf tha Missouri province,
whirh fni-lndea six universities and
several colleges and other Jesuit in
.tihitinm The aDDOintment was
mrf. h the Verv Rev. F. W. Werni
of Rome. General of the Jesuit order,
Father Burrowes will nave jur-saic
Hnn over the territory north of Ten
frnm the Allenhcnles to the
FATHER A JUDGE.
Boiling water poured over apples
will loosen their skins and make
paring an easy matter.
RUter Mary Hlldegarde, who took
her final vows at the XTruline Con
vent at flhlveston, Teas. is a daugh
ter of Judge Goff, of New York.
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DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS
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at the Lowest
Prices, go to ..
JOHN B. STRUBEL
346 E. Market St.
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REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
ALL WORK OUARANTEED.
419 W. MARKET ST.
The ladies of St. Peter's congrega
tion will aiva a emhre party on
January 23 at fit. Peter s school hall.
Fitshieenth and Southi?ate streets.
THE 2 FAVORITES
t Laulsvllle's Particular Smokers
LITTLE A. J.
The clears without an equal in quality
and flavor. Home-made Union-made
and the best-made lor the money. For
ale at all die peahen of smokers.
T. W. TARPY CO.
SEVENTH ST., NEAR MARKET
Ghas. fl. Rooers
PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES
To suit every taste. Give na a
call and inspect our line e4
goods. They are tha ftnaei ot
:t;U kind In the city.
Books. UagazlDts id. Religious kvalit
os ti paaosimoi.
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