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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN.
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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN.
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LOUISVILLE. KV SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1913,
"APPALLING."
The daily press, reporting the Sun
day sermons In a number of our
Louisville Protestant churches, note
that the Rev. Dr. Aquilla Webb,
pastor of the Warren Memorial
church, stirred hla congregation with
the following confession:
"I dn not know the facta about
other denominations, but the facts
in the Presbyterian churches, both
North and South, are almply ap
palling. Last year 5.117 Presby
terian churchee did not receive a
single soul on confession of faith.
This included all ' the Presbyterian
churchea in this country, but the
burden on the heart ie unutterable."
Dr. Webb took for hla text, "How
shall we escape if we neglect so
great salvation?" saying "The epistle
to the Hebrews was written aa a
word of exhortation by the author
to some special church. And further,
the epistle is written almost entirely
to Christians who were beginning to
drift away from their great salva
tion." Why did not the reverend gentle
man comnlete his confession by
tii9 th npnnlfl who waa the
n: 1 1 1 ! r - .
author and when and to what special
church the epistle was written. Let
him seek this truth and he will
probably become aware that he also
Is one of those drifting away irom
their great Balvatlon, a salvation that
God has rouchsafed only through the
Catholic church, the church He
founded and "against which the gates
of hell shall not prevail."
PRETEXTS WILL CONTESTS.
A most excellent bill was intro
A,ti aat week In the Indiana
Senate by Senator Evan B. Stotsen
i Monr iihnnv one that the
veils, . . ,
Hoosler solons should enact into
law. The bill provides that a
testator may file a copy of hla last
will with the County Recorder and
that all conteatants of the will must
fiia kt obiectlons within one year
efVTthe Instrument haa been filed
'Mm i"r a"mP
time been studying the laws relating
to contesting of wills on the grounds
of the Insanity of the testator at the
time of making the will and has
found that many wills have been
broken that should have stood as the
testator left them. His plan would
abolish contests of wills except
where the testator failed to file his
will before his death.
CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY.
Recently the Very Rev. Thomaa J.
Shahan, Rector of the Catholic Uni
Veraity at Washington, received a
most commendatory letter from His
Eminence Cardinal Merry del Val,
from which we extract the following:
VI was delighted to learn from
your recent letter that the Catholic
I University of America, so wisely and
.cinniiv directed by you. haa
I entered on such a successful year,
I vThe Increase over the preceding year
I Is truly remarkable and glvea br'ght
- nos for the future. Considering
T.TT hold the university haa already
taken in the Great Republic of the
West, and the well merited confl
dence it is inspiring in the minds of
both lay and ecclesiastical aspirants
to higher education and culture,
have no doubt that Its Influence on
the spread of the Catholic faith, of
Catholic principles and Ideals
I throuehout the country, will be of
the utmost moment and of Immense
"benefit."
Accompanying the foregoing was
the apostolic benediction of the Holy
Father.
MATTERS LITTLE.
Now the chronic kickers against
everything that savors of Catholic are
ginning to dread lest, perchance, a
Tmhalic should . get a position In
Wilson's Cabinet. Lot them calm
their fears, says the Irish Standard,
for it matters little who are honored
Sth those positions so long as they
;re capable and honest men with
.ouod views on public questions.
Ladies will commend the order of
n. John R. Hickman, Commander
It lie Tennessee Division of the
ederate Veterans, prohibiting
X (. riding astride when the
'jft hold their reunion and
y t Chattanooga next May.
.hkkman takes tha high and
.1 view that the woman in the
ado are to represent the mothers
'ha South, not themselves nor
-etit conditions. Only those lack
In refinement will disapprove his
,n, and the parade will be better
i-hout tbem.
Miller asks the Delaware
IRISH AMERICAN, 419-21 Wsl Ovtes Si,
Legislature to enact a law requiring
residence in that State of one of the
contracting partiea before marriage
can take place there. The Governor
makes this recommendation In order
to restrain youthful, hasty marriages
and to prevent elopements Into the
State from other sections of the
country. Such a law Is badly needed
in Kentucky and Indiana.
No matter who the man or how
high hia standing, the . social or
political friendship of Col. John H.
Whallen and Chairman frank Mc
Grath makes him a suspect and
unworthy in the eye of the Evening
Post. 'Twas not always thus, Dickie
boy.
Though somewhat tardy. Admiral
Dewey, like many other prominent
Americans who mixed with the
Guardians of Liberty, thinking they
were a patriotic organization, has
repudiated them and their bigotry.
The appointment of a Vigilance
Committee In every Catholic parish
in Massachusetts for the prevention
of delinquency among Catholic boy
and girls Is a measure of prevention
that can not be too highly praised,
With Representative Ben Johnson
as Chairman of the Democratic Con
gressional Committee, the party
would have a safe and progressive
leader for the 1914 campaign.
Burton Vance can easily get away
from the government that Louisville
has elected and appreciates. Grips
are plentiful and trains leave the city
almost every hour.
LIBERAL BEQUEST.
Anion the charitable bequests
left by the late Mrs. Lucy Wharton
Drexei. of Philadelphia, Is the sum
of $10,0.10 for the Catholic Vnl
versity at Washington.
RECENT DEATHS.
St. Vincent de Paul's parish
mourns the death of another of ita
hlehlv esteemed matrons. Mrs. Mary
Shelby and Goss avenue. Her funeral
waa tiolri Vnnrtav mornine. when
many friends and relatives thronged
the church in respect to her memory.
Monday morning the funeral of
Mra Mnrvaret McLane was held
from th Church of Our Lady. Rev
Father Conniff being the celebrant
at th anlemn mass of requiem. 'Mrs.
McLane resided with her son-in-law,
F. R. Markert, 2520 Portland ave
nue. Besides her relatives here she
leaves many friends In Indianapolis
ind Cincinnati.
Th. funeral nf Mrs. Marv Moran.
widow of the late Lawrence Moran,
was held Monday morning from bt.
William's church. Rev. George M.
Connor officiating at the solemn
mi nf rpnulpm. Mrs. Moran re
sided at 1227 Dumesnil street, and
her death Is deeply regretted by her
neighbors and a wide circle of
friends and relatives.
Following the sad news of her
death at Toledo, Ohio, the remains
of Mrs. Br diet Walker were Drougnr
to the residence of her son. Jamea
Walker, 1427 Melwood avenue. The
funeral waa held Thuraday morning
from the Church of the Blessed Sac
rament, the Rev. Father Daniel
O'Sulllvan being the celebrant of the
solemn requiem mass.
Monday evening little Helen Swift
tha fniir-vpnr-nlrl dauehter of Will
lam and Anne Swift, was summoned
to her heavenly home after a ahort
lllnoaa Tha llttla nna had endeared
herself to her family and relatives,
whose deen crlef over her death la
nKBimipd ntilv hv tha knowledae that
an angelic spirit has gone before and
awaits them in heaven.
Anrrnw nAvallnd thrniiehnut Holv
Trinity parish when It became known
that Miss Lorine Sitzman, daughter
of John and Mary Sitzman, 955
Vine street .had been called by the
angel of death. The deceased waa a
most lovable girl and her many
virtues made her a favorite with all
her associates. Her funeral took
place Monday morning with a solemn
requiem mass at Holy Trinity
church.
EUCHRE AND SUPPER.
The Altar Society of St. Philip
Nerl's church will give a euchre,
lotto and supper at Wlndthorst's
Hall Flovd and Magnolia. Thursday
afternoon and evening, January 80,
the afternoon games called at 2:80
o'clock and the evening gamea at
8:15. Supper will be served from S
to 7:30, and tickets of admission are
good for either supper or euchre,
the holder to use his own choice.
PIANO INSTRUCTION.
Vfanv nantila whn have wished to
acquire the popular rag-time method
of piano playing are referred to Prof.
J. Forrest Thompson, of 2822 West
MadiBon street, who guarantees com
plete lnstrui tlon in a course of from
en to twenty les.ons. rror. inomp-
son has issued a little book descrip
tive of bis method, which will be
mulled ou application.
SOCIETY.
M. J. Madden, who was here for a
visit to hla wife, baa returned to Lex
ington. John W. C. Oetken returned yea
'.erday from a week'a business trip
to Lexington,
Mrs. J. E. Conner la at New Hope
for a to weeks' visit with friends
and relatives.
Miss Ne'''e Mooney, of the West
End. spent last week with Mrs. C. H.
Jones In Oakdale.
Miss Betty McKenna, who was
visiting friends here, haa returned to
her home at Fairfield.
Mrs. A. J. O'Bryan Is at Dawson
Springs, where she will spend . two
months for her health.
Mrs. Dan Talbott has been visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Sutherland, near Bardstown.
Mr anil Mm John McAteer left
Thursday for Comfort, Texas, to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent McAteer.
M. P. Kelly and P. N. Lanahan
were among the Louisville peopit
seen In New York the past week.
fi. vinm Kollv was hostess to
her bridge club Saturday evening at
her home. 602 West St. Latnenne
street.
Tha TrlnltT Y M. T. Social Club
will rive the third dance of its spring
series at Trinity Hall on Tuesday,
February 4.
xftc Mavtne Brennan. of West
Chestnut street, spent last week In
South Louisville as the guest oi ner
sister, Mrs. Frank Nolan.
,,. Annla and Ruth Fitzgib'
inn hpn vlnltlne in Central
City, members of a house party at the
home of Miss Kutn May.
.Tosenh Blnel and bride, who was
Miss Laura Safrran, nave rexurni
rw.m tvioiv hnnpvmoon trin and will
F . . - . A I
make their home at Pleasure mage
Mls Frances Henchey entertained
of Krido-a nn Tnesdflv afternoon in
honor of Miss Margaret Dempsey. of
Philadelphia, and Misses Margaret
and Edith Gans, of Baltimore.
xftoa Annl Sweeney, who has
h..n nan eerously ill at her home,
17?(1 Cnlhertson avenue. -ew jii
hanv la almost entirely well, to the
great relief of her many friends.
Frank J. Martin returned Tuesday
evenine from St. Mary'a Seminary of
Baltimore to spend a ten days' vaca
tlnn with Ms narents. air. miu mi
A. F. Martin, or 715 East cnesmui
street.
Thnmai Hart announces the en
gagement of his accomplished and
nrottv dmi enter. Miss Marguerite C.
Hart, to Peter J. Bauscher, of Chi
cago. The wedding wll take place
ln-tfe-ey-pmg.
Miss Mary Meany, who has been
annn,iir,r tha winter here, left this
week for New York, where she will
nin har hrother. Gen. Meany. and
sail for Rome, Italy. They will
.nnd air months traveling In Eur
ope.
Mrs. Frank A. Geher. who recently
underwent a serious aurgicai opera
tion at st Anthony's Hospital, is now
....w.ni and hoDea to be soon
v.i n rotnrn to her home. Mrs.
In Catholic- so
iety circles, and her return will be
hailed with delignt.
Miss Katherlne M. Hinea gave a
ji!u...i at hr home Monday
afternoon In honor of her Kuest. Mlsi
. m t V- 1 1 n dolrtnlB
Margaret Dempsey, oi rin.ouc.
Misses Margaret and Edith Cans of
n.w o.aiatad her in receiving
Damn"" .
and Miss Edith Malone poured the
tea. The decorations were Killarney
roses.
w. . Horhert has announced
the marriage of her daughter Rose to
John B. Ford, the ceremonj v
part at St. Aioysius cnu.c
i j... .rtai-nnnn at 4 o clock.
Iliur.ua; . .. -- -
Both are well known and popular in
n.thnll circles and meir m"J
friends wish them happy and pros
perous married lite.
The wedding of Miss Martha
tt I., .nd TTnffpna. Lancaster was
solemnized Wednesday evening at the
Cathedral, the Rev. Father Rock of-
f Fg III KOIIOWIHK 111 ccitmh,....
reception waa given at their home
oa phriuiv avenue The attend'
anta were the bride's sister and the
groom's brother. Mra. L,yaia nugn
and V. D. Lancaster, i ne unm i
daughter of J. D. Hoaglan. of
Bupc
A,.
chel.
r. and fr ".poree HOIDOurn, 01
.. . .
'south Third avenue, have an
nounced the engagement of their
daughter. Miss Nellie iioiDourn. v.
Charlea H. Cummlnga. The marriage
-.in t.v nlira January 29 at th J
Holy Name church, when the cere
mony will be soiemnizea oy mo
Father John O'Connor. After the
prpmnnv the bride and aroom will
leave for New Orleana. where they
will apend their noneymouu
. 1 1 Aa1ulttaa
ness tne siarai jm ,
LEVY'S liiu akim i iv i. i
One of the largest building per-
- tnanad
mlts in many wee w. i..
Wednesday to Levy Brothers, u
provides for the new aaauiuu,
will be built on the Third-street sld
of the. big clothing, Turnisnings.
and hat store at tne nonnei ,u,n.
of Third and Market afreets. The
mnrovement will result in a oumim-
five stories hiirh. with basement, ana
will nraettcally double tne capay.i,
of the present store. The complete
"....-...Jl ,m ha nna of the largest
in the country devoted exclusively to
he lines enumerated. nor ,7'"
commence on consirucnon n
new building and the remodeling of
he present store soon, ana in lr1-
ture will be completed proimiiy vj
he middle of summer. Tne unimina
lon design of the present buiUm. -
a noteworthy feature will Be ex
tended to the addition. Lvy Broth
ers have occupied their present
location for more than half a cen
tury, thus establishing an enviable
record In the local retail field. In
rdrr to make possible the Improve
ment, a "re-hulldlng sale" Is now
being conducted.
WATEKFOKI).
Worthy Memorial Will Be
Erected for ramoui
Composer.
The city of Waterford. which has
long since recorded Its admiration of
the achievements of Thomas Frsncis
Meaaher. whose name la indelibly In
scribed on the military history of the
United States, haa at last resolved to
do honor to another of Its sons who
has worked In an entirely different
sphere. Waterford claims Wallace,
the composer of ' Marltana, uur
line" and scores of other productions
of almost equal fame and popularity,
as one of its brilliant citizens, but up
to now exhibits nothing of a public
character to commemorate the fact.
it Is retarded as a sad commentary
on the musical reputation of the
Irish people that It should De leu io
Prof. Mahafry, or Trinity onee,
n..Kiin n laah hlmaplf Into indigna
tion before his fellow citizens could
h induced to do honor to the mem
ory of the great composer. The pro
(uiti, la a nntnrlniin.lv hard hitter
once he Is roused, and he has boldly
told the Irish people that tney are
no longer a musical race, dui a na
tinn nf nnlttlral nrntaeand!sts. A
committee has now been formed with
men like Lord Iveagh, John Red
mnnd and Thorn an Sexton at its head
and in ahnnt a vear or so a memorial
worthy of Wallace will be one of the
features of the city by the suir.
LOSS TO CITY.
ftfrhard T Niicent. one of Louis
ville's best known citizens, was called
from life in the best daya of his
tnanhnnd veura. and his death is
distinct loss to ,the city in wnicn ne
wan born and reared. a seu-maae
man ha eninved the confidence and
respect of all with whom he came In
contact. He had Keen in ror some
time, but despite his strong physique
ha cniild nnt combat his malady and
passed peacefully away, after being
fortified by the last sacraments, i ne
deceased Is survived by his wife, who
was Miss Florence C. Burkley, and
three children. Richard C. Martin
and TCI znhnth Nueent. hie also- is
xnrvlved bv hia mother. Mrs. Cath
sflna Kncent nf T.nillavllle. and five
brothers and four sisters. His funeral
was held Monday morning from Holy
Name churcn and was tne largest
ever seen in South Lousville.
ALUMNI ELECTS.
St. Xavier's College Alumni Asso
ciation held Its annual meeting and
smoker on Thursday of last week
when the following officers were
elected:
Prcaldeht William HI. Hume.
iFirst Vice Presldent-A. C. King.
. Serond .. ViGe- - PrealdeaV- A.-.. J
Tllaampver.
Secretary Raymond A.'Schuman
Treasurer Robert G. Wulf.
Sercpant - at - Arms Joseph H.
flrlpvo
Spiritual Director The Rev. John
t win
The following five membera were
planted fn the F.xecutlve Committee
E. J. Cooney, Louis J. Hackett, Ed
ward F. Deuser. J. J. Gleason, George
A. Ohlmann. The meeting was well
attpndpd and interesting talks were
made by Brother James, President
Hum and others.
WOULD SETTLE MYSTERY.
If Manager Horace McCrocklin, of
th Rnpitinirham Theater, wants to
attia a inns- atandlnr argument and
at the same time play to a packed
hnnan he ahmild match the Ed
Adamaon now prominent In the
with the Ed Adamson
who was prominent in the wrestling
. a . ..
game here several years agu. .tij
followers of athletlca here are under
tha imnrPHBlon that the two were
nna and the same man. but this can
.eiiir h dianrnvnn hv reference to
T Marhlfnflr former Y. M. C. A. In
tr'i.ntnr. Tri Glrrtler. Insnector of
p""- - - ' , v . ,
street repairs, and toward uroeacnn,
of the Turners, all or wnom were
tin a am frtan d nf the Adamson of
several years ago.
ANNIVERSARY OF ORDIVATIOX
T.aat Tneadav the Deoole of St.
Pathprlna'a ronereeation and New
Tlaven and vicinity lolned In the
.eiehratinn nf the fortieth anni
versary of the ordination to the
nrlpathood of their beloved and
venarahle nuutnr the very nev
William P. Hoearty. The exercises
Mmiitml nf an anniversary high
mass In the morning and an enter
tainment given by the pupns or nt.
Catherine's parochial school In the
afternoon, which waa attended by
the general public. Father Hogarty
Is one of the most widely Known oi
our Kentucky priests, and from all
pctlnna of the State he received mea-
sages conveying congratulations.
STATION'S HAVK AniCIVEO.
The handsome new Stations of
the Way of the Cross for the new
HnU Varna church South Louisville,
lust erected by the Rev. John OToii
nor. arrived in the city tnis we'..
They are works of art anl whtn
placed in position will add much to
the interior beauty of tha; splendid
church edifice. It will lake some
time to place them, but It la thought
the work will be completed next
week, ao they can be blessed on Sun
day evening, February t.
TRAXSFKHUKD TO CATHEOKAL.
Tha T) r.fnrutt Frledrtch. for
onie time one of the assistant pas
tors at St. Martin's church, has been
transferred to the Cathedral of the
Assumption. During his slay at St.
Vtartln'a father Frledrlch won the
esteem of the congregation and tbe
people were loath to part with him.
ll a la an alnniiaiit and forceful
speaker and will be welcomed at the
,'utbedral.
WALNUT ST. THEATER.
Starting Sunday Matinee, Jan. 26
ORIGINAL PRODUCTION,
THE THIEF
Dramatic Event of the Season.
With Marlon Sherwood and big cast,
especially selected for this play.
I Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday Mat-
1 nees 25c.
Nigbts and Sunday Matinee, 25c, 35c,
50c.
THE 2 FAVORITES
of Lonlivlllt'i Particular Smokers
TARPY SPECIAL
10c Cigar
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The clears without an equal in quality
and fl.uAf Unmm.it.ITnlDn.mlril
and the best-made for the money. For
sale at an aispeoaeri oi imoien.
T. W. TARPY a CO.
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PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES
To suit every taste. Give ns a
pall and inspect our line of
goods. They are the finest of
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The Child Apostle Is a little mag
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children. It is filled with stories
and Dictures. It costs only twenty
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III.
Notice to Taxpayers.
The County Board of Tax Super-
vionra fnv Jefferson ronntr. Ken
tnrkr. will meet dailr in the office of
the County Assessor between the
hours of 10 a. m. and 13 o'clock a.
m. for the purpose of equalizing the
assessment of property as made by
the Assessor for the year of 1018.
The board will remain In session for
80 days, and will adjourn Saturday,
Itahniarv ft. 10151. i Dnrinff the ab
sence of the board complaints may
he filed witn tne secretary oi ine
board in the County Assessor's office
between the nours or o'ciock a. m
and 5 o'clock p. m.
WAITEH 8. Mlkl.t-.lt,
, J. M'ELSH, Chairm M
Secretary.
LAST BEFORE LEXT.
Another big euchre and lotto is
planned for next Friday afternoon
and evening, January 31, at Bertrand
Hall, Sixth street, near Oak, under
tha aiianlcns of the ladies and centle-
men of tbe different aocietiea oi ot
T.nnl. Kertrand church, the Dro-
oaaria tn he donated to the church
debt fund. The members of the con
gregation are greatly pleased with
tha financial nroftress of the Church
nn.tor Father MeOovern's nastorate
and are working to make the euchre
a pleasing success. Tbe debt col
lection of last Sunday amounted to
over $600. this start of the new year
nil ha aYnaptail nroceeda Of the
euchre being an auspicious beginning
toward, aa it is earnestly noped, tne
last year of the church debt.
NEEDED MORE WATER.
r-nrnnral Pat Kenealev. of the
local police department, la responsi
ble for the following on Lieut. Con
llffe, who had hla young hopeful
christened last Sunday with the fol
lowing cognomen: John Buschenieyer
Frank MUrath Conllffe. Pat states
that wheat tans clergyman heard tne
proud faUi call off the above In
response tfrls request for tbe baby's
name, he turned to the sexton and
said, "Bring in more water."
SACRED HEART RETREAT.
.Vext Tuesday the Passionlst
fathers at the Sacred Heart Mon
astery on the Newburf road will en-
er upon their annual retreat tor
prayer and meditation, which will
finish on Shrove Tuesday, February
mi
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i
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This will be found the greatest
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i HERMAN
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DON'T
FAIL
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ST. XAVIER'5 COLLEGE:
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Conducted by the Xaverlaa Brothers.
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AND JEFFERSON.
Clothes Shop.
MULLOY'S COFFEE
.. Never Varies in quality. Fresh roasted dally.
MlII.LOY'S etPISGIAX
1 Pound for 30o
2 Pounds for 55c
3 Peends lor SOo
Mail Orders of $1.00 or more postpaid by Parcel
Post up to 150 miles.
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COMPACT.
INCORPORATES.
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228 W. MARKET STREET
434 W. MARKET STREET
:FOR:
Furniture
Of All Kindt
at the Lowest
Prices, go to .'.
mi F. MAYER,
419 W. MARKET ST.
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Funeral Directors
and Embalmers.
TeUohoae 1022.
$3
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