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Up to the hour the Kentucky Irish
American went to press the news
concerning the condition of Pope
Plus X. was conflicting. All this
week the Rome dispatchea proved
most "uncertain, first reporting an
Improvement in the Holy Father's
condition, soon followed by others
Indicating that hia case waa hopeless.
That the Father of Christendom Is
critically 111 can no longer bo
doubted, as the three American
Cardinals have arranged to leave for
n mnment's notice. In the
meantime the prayers of the Catholic
world are being offered for the
Dr. Amlcl again visited the Pontiff
Thursday afternoon and found little
alteration in hia condition since
morning. The temperature of the
Pope waa slightly Increased, but as
at whole the condition of the patient
was stationery. Hope waa contained
In another dispatch, which tella us
the Holy Father himself says he Is
better. When Dr. Amlcl visited him
at noon Thursday and asked him how
be felt the Pontiff replied: 'This Is
the first day since my relapse that 1
feel generally relieved."
MUST NEED MONEY.
The Baptist Book Concern, locateJ
at 660 Fourth avenue, Is circulating
the following advertisement: "'The
Priest, The Woman and The Confea
alonal, by Father Chiniquity. , It la
very Interesting and gives the dan
ger of the confessional practiced by
the Roman Catholics. Twice has the
platea of this book been destroyed by
the foe. This book la hated by its
enemies because it exposes their
dangerous heresies. It should be
read by all who desire a more perfect
knowledge of the dangeroua doc
trines of the Catholic church. Order
today, $1.69 postpaid."
The Baptist Book Concern fails to
enlighten, the prospective buyers on
a fuller Identity of the author of this
viatinnal work, but the Kentucny
irisn AUieiicnu tti " '
lowing brief description for the
benefit of thia Christian (?) publish
ing house, which la depending on the
sale ot suggestive publications for a
livelihood and invites you to have
them In the home for the children:
Father Chinlquly was an unfor
tunate priest, dismissed for Immor
ality, and was taken up by the
Presbyterians, who made him a
minister, but later dismissed him for
embezzlement. He waa therefore
Immoral ami a thief, and the above
publishing house should offer an
apology for Its conduct through the
Baptist local organs.
. . . . in wnr f,n an inn ini-
WOULD SAVE WOMAN.
"Suffrage or the right to vote and
the right to hold office," writes
Cardinal Gibbons, "are ambitions
that some women have that are
really rights of smlliarity and not ot
equality. Seeking thOBe so-called
rights alienates the feminine spirit
from its foreordained and guarded
haven the home. To debar woman
from such pursuits aa suffrage, or
from doing a man's work, or from
wearing masculine attire, Is not to
degrade her. To restrict her Held of
action to the gentler avocations of
life la not to fetter her aspiration
. after the higher and better. Our
President, our statesmen and our
judiciary bold the high office ot
framing or interpreting or executing
the laws. But our Christian women,
wives and mothers, hold a higher
place, tor they mould the character
of our statesmen and jurists in their
childhood and Install virtue in their
hearta. Our greatest atatesmen
have loudly and unanimously pro
claimed their Indebtedness to their
WILIi PASS HILL.
There was little ot Interest lu the
cable news this week from London,
the smooth political waters being
stirred only by the introduction of t.
bill to abolish plural voting. The
present pause In the ferocity of party
conflict in the House of Commons
over Government measures will
probably disappear in a tew weeks,
when tbe Government resumes dis
cussion of the Irish and Welsh bills,
and especially when Asqulih pro
poses the drastic guillotine closure
giving but a few days for their
resumed discusslou. There Is now no
doubt or the passage ot tbe home
rule bill, the opposition realizing
that any obstruction upon their part
will prove futile.
We can not improve on this
parugraph taken from the Western
Watchman, so we reproduce It: "We
IRISH AMERICAN, 1I-2I Wait Oct St.
SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1913.
offer our condolence to Archbishop
Glennon upon the death of his father
In Ireland. The world knew little of
htm; but to have raised such a son
was honor enough for any man. May
he rest in peace."
Socialism was never known to put
a single penny In the pay envelope of
the worklngman. Thus declarea
PotBP W. Collins, who knowa the
truth of his words. It la also true
that Socialism never aided organized
labor, but has used every effort to
(check its progress.
K Kansas City has passed a law
expelling clairvoyants, palm readers,
trance mediums and other persona
laying claim to the possession of
mystic arts. Such a law should be
passed and enforced in all cities.
Democrats should treat the consti
tution with care. It has stood well,
and mutilating it with amendments
should be strenuously opposed.
KN1EBTS OP COLUMBUS.
Late News That Will Interest
Members Here and Else
where. Work nn the 160.000 Milwaukee
'club house will begin May 1.
Fifty-seven candldatea received the
three degrees at Fort Wayne last
There will be a fourth degree ex
emplification on April 27 at Bing-
.tamton, N. T.
Supreme Knight Flaherty visited
'Cincinnati and Dayton and left
! 15.000 for the flood relief fund.
Colorado Springe Council respond
ed promptly to the appeal for aid for
the tornado and flood sufferers.
Initiations in Indiana are sched
uled for tomorrow at Elwood, May 4
at Jasper and May 25 at Washing
v r PMizninnrlcn lust elected
Mayor of Berlin, Wis., by an over
whelming majority, is a member of
rinUa a lurcra niimhpr flrA looklnK
fnrwnrri tn an . enlovabla . event to
morrow when they become members
t Oklahoma City.
Thla voob the Kntehts of Colum-
him rthln nr having ft well attended
retreat in' the Cathedral, given by the
Kev. j. v. roiey, u. J.
Wltn us giee chid, uaseuun tenia
mil tli. formation of an orchestra
progressing, the council at Portland,
Ore., stands rortn quia prominently.
Knights from the Great Northwest
will nupmhlfl In Portland. Ore., on
June 9, the first day of -Rose festival
week, for the conferring or. tne
ST. COI.UMBA'S KITH RE.
The ladies of St. Columba's church
will entertain with a euchre and lotto
next Thursday afternoon and evening
at Fontaine Ferry Park and have se
cured many handsome prizes for tire
occasion. Rev. Father Kalaher and
hia congregation have a reputation
for hospitality and large crowds are
expected to be present at the affair.
Miss Margaret Hlnos, official
stenographer of the Clark Circuit
Ccurt, who was confined to ber home
In Jeffersonvllle for several weeks
on account of an attack of appendi
citis, was able to visit the Court
House this week. She expects to be
soon able to resume her position.
SILVER EPISCOPAL JUBILEE.
The silver episcopal jubilee of the
Right Rev. James Ryan, Bishop of
Alton, will occur on May 1, and will
be an event of great Interest in that
diocese. Bishop Ryan was ordained
In Louisville on Christmas eve, 1871,
and is now completing bis sixty-fifth
year. The Bishop, who has relative,!
here, was born in Thurles, Ireland.
CAIT. M'CVE OCT.
Capt. Edward McCue's legion of
friends are delighted to see him out
again, almost fully recovered from
the effects of an operation under
went several weks ago. With the
No. 5 truck company be was fighting
a midnight fire, when he fell from
the building and sustained Injuries
that necesltated his removal to the
hospital for an operation.
TWO VALIANT WORKERS.
Tatt nltv Ortii twill ti umlkura si ri l.nul
In tbelr praise of William J. Sand-
niann ana J. Koperi Muns, wno were
principals in tne executive worn or
Tlnlltf lWillura" rh1,h mna irlvun rfl.
cently, these two gentlemen having
charge of (the press and ticket
A beautiful amethyst rosary, large
or medium, rolled gold chain, costs
$1.25 retail price. We will send you
one In a beautiful leatherette satin
lined box, together with s year's
subscription to the Cathollo chil
dren's monthly The Child Apostle
both for $1 If you can not afford
the dollar, send us twenty-five cents
for a year'a subscription to The Child
Apostle. Address The Child Apostle,
1133 McCormlck building, Chicago,
Arthur L.. Hoerter lft Monday for
n extended visit with relatives in
Ur, tamp Vnthnn. of the High
lands, haa ben ppndlng ten days In
Lebanon, visiting Mrs. itooy.
MIm Ixulse Forst spent several
days in Parkview last week, the
guest of her sister, Miss B. M. Elliott.
Mayor W, O. Head and Mrs. Head
returned Monday from a ten daya'
sojourn at French Lick Springs.
Miss Jane Farrell, who waa the
guest of Miss Sarah Rubel, left
Tuesday for her home in Lexington.
Mra. J. A. Jaglowlet and son left
this week to visit relativea in
Detroit, Mich., and Hamilton, Can
ada. Col. Charles P. Dehler and Mrs.
Dehler lert Tuesday for New York,
from where they sailed for Kurope to
spend the summer.
Misses Margaret and Betty Mc
Kenna, of Fairfield, were here for a
week-end visit and to see Blllie
Burke at Macauley's.
Officer Ceorge Klnnarney, who
was confined to hia home last week,
has recovered and is again on duty
at the Highland police Btatlon.
Hon. James W. Fortune, of Jeffer
sonville, left Monday for Washing
ton. D. C. ana while there urgea tne
confirmation of ex-Mayor James
Burke as Postmaster of Jefferson-
Attorney Austin E. WaUli la cele
brating the arrival of a little girl at
hia home this week, and states that
her uncle, Tom Walsh, can always be
'sure of one girl loving him con
tinually. The marriage of Mlsa Mary Elisa
beth Motsch and Charles J. Doyl
will take place next Wednesday at
St. Cecilia's church, to be followed by
a wedding reception at the home of
the bride's parents.
The Young Men's Social Club an
nounce their next dance to be given
at Utopian Hall on Thursday, May 8.
The Committee of Arrangements are
M. Mullaney, M. Hogan, O. Alvey, R.
Burns, E. McKlernan and I WaUh.
The many friends of Herman
Schweiters will rejoice to know that
bis condition has somewhat improved
during the past week. Since last No
vember be haa been confined to his
home at 1221 South Shelby street.
Hon. W. M. O'Bryan, ex-Mayor of
Owensboro, spent Wednesday here
'and was greeted by a host of friends
I who are always glad to meet him In
'Louisville. He was also a welcome
vlBitor to the Kentucky Irish Ameri
Abe C. Spalding, of Lebanon, who
inderwent an operation three weeks
ego at St. Joseph's Infirmary,' Is
making slow but steady progress to
ward recovery, and hia frlenda now
ieel that he will soon be able to be
removed to his home.
Mrs. M. J. Donahue, of Crescent
Hill, who recently returned with her
husband from a European trip, has
been visiting her mother in Washing
on while Mr. Donahue waa In New
York. They are expected home to
day or early next week.
Master A. J. Raleigh entertained
a party of his little friends yesterday,
the occasion being hia birthday, and
among those present were John,
Robert and Ella Hennessy, Mary E..
John M. and Joseph Barry. Mary C.
Osterman, Mary O. Driacoll, Richard
McCue and F. Streit.
Miss Margaret Wright, who fell
limt week while roller skuting at the
borne of her sister in South Louis
Jvllle and sustained a double fracture
of her right arm at the wrist, la
(resting easy at her home, 021 South
.Twenty-first street. Though the In
jured member la doing nicely, It will
be two weeks or longer Delore Miss
Wright will again have Its use.
VISIT FATHER PALY.
Rev. Father Charles P. Ratfo, of
this city; Rev. Father Thomas J.
Hayes, of Bowling Green, and Rev.
John Gastaldl, of Colesburg, were In
Elizabe.th.town on Friday of last
week and npent a pleasant day with
the Rev. Father Hugh Daly, pastor
of St. James church. These four
good soggartbs are fast friends and
greatly enjoy the release from tbelr
manifold and arduous duties for an
' 'jeqieSot ivp reuoievaoo
LAItC.E COMMUNION CLASS.
Forty-five children, who have been
under the Instruction of Rev. Father
George Weiss and the Slaters of the
parochial school, will have the hap
piness of receiving their first holy
communion at St. George's church,
Eighteenth and Standard avenue, on
Sunday morulng, April 27. Grea
preparations are being made for this
occasion and the sanctuary will be
peclally decorated and Illuminated.
The Ceoelian Dramatic Club will
present the military drama, "Tbe
Midnight Charge." at St. Cecilia s
school hall. Twenty-fifth and 8t.
Cecilia streets, on Monday and Tues
day evenings, May 12 and 13, the
'proceeds to be donated to St.
Cecilia's church. Tickets will be
twenty-five cents snd reserved seats
thirty-five cents. The officers of
!the dramatic club are William Ker
iberg. President; John McQueese,
'Secretary; John Lynn, Treasurer;
Ceorge Recktenwald, Dan Tompkins.
Frank Baurla, Eeeutlv Committee.
OM.Y TWO LEFT.
Harry T. Colgan Is in receipt of a
letter from brother CeleBtlne, of
Notre Dame, lud., who was James
Cassln In private life, chiding him
on the fact that Harry and John
Coady were the only two of tbe old
guard who were still left In tbe
ONE DOLLAR a month keeps
you on the payroll In event
of disability caused by sick
ness or accident. Can you
afford to b without this protection?
Annonncea hia candidacy for Judge
action ol tke Democratic Primary.
HALF A MILLION
It' Will Save You Money. Lowest Rates. Fastest Service.
Home Telephone Co.
RIDE A BICYCLE
Health hnd Pleasure will be yours your financial surplus will
increase yon will be more independent you can go and come
when yon please. But get a good Bicycle one that will stand
the test. Get s "Greyhound' Bicycle. Sold by us and need
by satisfied riders for many years.
Wire" and (g?)Iron WorKs
217 WEST MARKET STREET.
A.. O. II.
Meets at Falls' City Hall on First
and Third Tuesdays.
President Thomas W. Tarpy.
Vice President Daniel McCarthy.
Recording Secretary Walter Cu
alck. Financial Secretary Joseph Far
rell. Treasurer Thomas Keenan.
Bergeant-at-Arns Henry McDer
mott Sentinel John Keane.
Meets First Thursday at St. Will
lam's Hall, Thirteenth and Oak.
President C. J. Ford.
Vice President J. J. Sullivan.
Recording Secretary Daniel
Financial Secretary John T.
Treasurer James Welsh.
Sergeant-at-Arms J. Cunning
ham. Sentinel Thomas Hannon.
Meets First and Third Mondays,
Nineteenth and Portland.
President Hugh Hourlgan.
Vice President John M. Maloney.
Recording Secretary John P.
Financial Secretary John J. Hes-
Treasurer Dan J. Dougherty.
Sergeant-at-Arms John J. East
Sentinel Thomas Noon.
' DIVISION 4.
Meets Second and Fourth Mondays,
Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street.
Proeident Jbhn H. Hennessy.
Vice President Thomas Lynch.
Financial Secretary Thomas J.
Recording secretary Jonn J.
Treasurer Patrick Conley.
Sergeant-at-Arms Thomas Far
Sentinel M. J. McDermott.
V, M. I.
MACKIM COUNCIL, SOfl.
Meets Monday Evenings at Club
House, 84 4 North Twenty-sixth.
President Frank O. Adams.
First Vice President Geo. Thorn
Second Vice Preaident John J.
Financial secretary A. C. Lisa.
Recording Secretary John R.
Corresponding Secretary Harry
Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch.
Marshal Fred Schuler.
Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp.
Outside Sentinel Frank E. Urat-
L N. Canada, Cen'ISupt.
ot the Police Court, aubjeot to the
Aognat 2. 1913.
JUST A MOMENT
HAVE YOU TRIED OUR
Long Distance Service
I have decided to continue these
ipecial prices for thin month;
FUIX PLATE $4.00
GOLD CROWN ....3.0O
PORCELAIN CROWN... $3.00
I am the working-man's dentist.
Material and workmanship guaran
teed. Teeth examined free, and will
tell you in advance just what your
work will cost Have impression
taken In the morning and get teeth
45 SOUTH FOURTH ST.
OVER TAYLOR'S DRUG STORE
Office hours 8 to 8; Suudays 9 to 1.
All Kind of Garment
Gents' Suits Cleaned and
Gents' Suits Sponged and
Ladies' Coat Suits Cleaned
and Pressed 1.25
Ladies' Coat Suits Sponged
and Pressed 50
Ladies' Long Coats Cleaned
and Pressed. ...... '. 125
Work called for and delivered.
1105 S. SHELBY ST.
Mom Phone 2429 City.
Ben L. Bruner, President.
W. - l'"- -'m'l'tr--'
DR. II. E. MECIILING
Annonncea hia candidacy for the office of Coroner of Jefteraon County,
subject to tha notion of the Democratic Primary. August 2. 1013.
Are not always to be judged by their price.
For example, a $15 Suit of ordinary clothes
bears little or no comparison with a $15
Kirschbaum Suit. We are exclusive repre
sentatives of this famous line here. See us.
Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge
N. W. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON.
Hea's and Young Men's Exclusive Clothes Shop.
The Last Dollar
That yon spent for something yon
SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED
twice a year; There MAY COME a time when yoar "LAST DOLLAR" fcjj
most be spent for something you DO
dellars yon are wasting might keep that "bard time" from ever coming.
Ky. Title Savings Bank
and Trust Co.
Open Daily Until 3 p. m.
Come to the Free Show Saturday night at Logan and
Caldwell streets, given by the Oxy-Tonic Co., the firm
that produces the finest Blood Purifier on the market.
Come and hear what Oxy-Tonic has done tor the peo
ple of Louisville. Don't forget Saturday night, April
19, at 8 o'clock sharp.
Store No. 1446 South Second, Bet. Green and Walnut.
Store No. 2 231 W.Jefferson, One Door East of the Tyler
BE SURE TO
IT IS ALWAYS PURE.
11. McKeima, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky.
Sixth Floor, Paul Jones Building
did not NEED wonld have started a M
NEED. The SAVING now of the j
Court Place. m
Saturdays Until 7 p. m. ,
Every Requisite For Amateur and
Photographic Developing and Printing
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