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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rj u t I 7 C l1 lI t KENTUCKY IRJSII AMERIcANc rJ j I VOLUME XXIVNO 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 12 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS AFFRIGHTED Members ef Louisville Minis tonal Association Much Alarmed t Chlutnbus Day Bill Starts Their Very Awful Scare i 1 DIs oiery 01 America Too Re mote to Be ot Interest in Kentucky 10 PROTEST ENT TO LEGISLATURE In this city there is an association of ministers of various dissenting faiths who have banded together in an organization called the Louisville Ministerial Association In matters of faith the followers of Calvin dis agree with Luthers adherents nor can either agree with the doctrine of John Wesley or Alexander Campbell But Presbyterians Lutherans Meth odists Baptists and Campbellltcs all agree in being frightened at the word Catholic These Louisville preachers give vent to their affright this week by appealing to the Legislature They art afraid of Columbus day The Louisville Ministerial Associa lion met on Monday and the Rev Dr J S Lyons a grafter in the vineyard of the Lord according to Presbyterian lines offered a resolu tion which was adopted by the asso elation by unanimous vote The preamble read thus Whereas A billSenate Bill No iIms passed the Senate ol the Kentucky Legislature and has been reported favorably in the House designating October 12 of each year as a legal holiday to be known as Columbus day and since it is a bill promoted by the Catholic Knights of Columbus and obviously in the sole Interest of that society therefore be it Resolved First That the Louis ville Ministerial Association ear nestly protests against the passage and enactment of the pending measure b for the following reasons 1 It is in violation of the letter and spirit of the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Kentucky The Bill of flights in Section 5 says No preference shall ever be given to any religious sect society or de I nomination NtHipmatfTnttnor Hy shall in any case whatever control or interfere with the rights of conscienceThe day bill proposes to give to the society known as the Knights of Columbus the advantage and preference of establishing a legal holiday upon the day especially associated with the work and pur poses of that society It is a rellg ious society in that its membership Is confined to those who are affili ated with the Catholic church Its life and influence are as directly anti Inevitably connected with the life and welfare of the Catholic church as tIme various brotherhoods of other churches are with those denomina tlonsSecondIt would establish a dan gerous precedent There are hun dreds of thousands of citizens in Kentucky who believe that the blessings which we enjoy in this Commonwealth are more directly due to the labors of men like Martin Luther and John Calvin than to Christopher Columbus Such citizens Could claim that there would be more propriety in setting apart lays for the annual memorial of their services Such a principle iIs odious Whether it operates toward securing a Columbus day a Luther day a Wesley day or a Calvin day and it Js the conviction of this association that the proposed legislation wilt be equally odious to the officials of the Catholic church ThirdIt is uncalled for The historical connection between Column bus and Kentucky is so remote that It falls far short of justifying the setting apart of a whole dayeach year including the stoppage of busi ness as a recognition of it FourthThis Columbus day measure is peculiarly significant when t viewed in connection with House Bill No 317 which is An act to prohibit f labor on tho Fourth of July the twentyfifth of December and Thanksgiving day and providing a pen01 thy therefor This bill In ef fect imparts to these legal holidays the element of sanctity which makes ordinary toll an offense pun ishable with a fine of from 2 to S 450 providesthatColumbus day and the same shall be recognized classed and treated as other legal holidays under the laws of this State By taking these two Si bills now pending together there Is provision for a violation of the rights of conscience and of the Bill of Rights of the Commonwealth of t Kentucky in forcing citizens t6 abstain from their avocations on July 4 December 25 and Thanksgiving day Irrespective of those dates fall Ing upon Sunday arid jail forcing nit citizens by like suspension of their w rkto observe Columbus day on October 12 which isI to all effects and purposes a Roman Catholic boil day tJ wW silly twmdddle IIs all this There Is not the remotest connec tion between the celebration of Cohiifeus they and th Catholic 1 oliureli rue it U that an orgmnlM iion of Catholic gentleman calling themselves XnJfhVc of Ooluwbu are patriotic AtMrKaai They allow no man nor let of men to door dare more for the tfMnatloa a Amen J 0S can rights than they Many of the older ones fought in the civil war Some fought for the Stars and Stripes while others followed Lee Beaurcgard and Pat Cleburne There are other Knights of Columbus who were with Dewey at Manila with Schley at Santiago and with Roosevelt at Son Juan 11111 Are Kentucky legislators to Min fluenced by a lot of ignorant stay athome preachers whose cry ill The historical connection between Columbus and Kentucky is so remote that it falls far short of justifying the setting apart for a whole day each year including the stoppage of business in connection with It Remote ehlI Refuse to honor the memory of the man who discovered America because tIle day is far die tantoDy the same line of argument these preachers might conclude that it was useless to honor God because He made Kentucky so long ago The Columbus day bill is not at all In conflict with the Bill of Rights and nowhere does it call for any re dayTheof that nntlCatholIo spirit that line appeared in Kentucky from time to time under the guise of Knownoth ingism the Elephants and the A P As Some of the ministers think the Knights of Columbus are jealousMeanwhile keep on doing business whether Columbus day is celebrated or not WOBK1NG hARD Parish Societies Promise- to Make Bazar a Success Time committee arranging for the bazar at St Cecilias church at Mackin Councils club house April 4 to 11 is rapidly getting down to hard work The various societies taking part have gone to work in real earnest and are trying to outdo each other in striving to make the affair a success The combination book with its sixteen handsome prizes is proving a very good seller Miss lice Reardon who Is leading the Young Ladles Sodality states that her organization is meeting with great success and that the so- dality booth will be hard to beat August G Weber wil have charge of the country store and he will be assisted by Misses Nettle May and Agnes Jacques and the full member SodalityThe Society will have charge of the refreshments daysthesecured many handsome and useful articles which will be disposed of at the bazar Mesdames Cart and OJ11mltteoneral Committee All the committees have made favorable report- sLOEJISYIIALE BELLE Is Guest of Honor at Houston Card Party The Post of Houston Texas on Thursday of last week said Miss Clee Charlton of Louisville Ky was the honor guest on Wednesday afternoon at a delightful card party at the home of Mrs Tovcll Marston No elaborate ornamentation of the home was attempted but the placing- of vases and bowls of Killarney roses jonquils narcissi and violets contributed to the homelike charm and fUed the apartments with brightness and fragrance The honor guest was given n special souvenir of the occasion and for success in the game a picture a beautiful copy of the modern Madonna and Dutch collar pin were awarded Following the game a salad course of refresh ments was served Miss Charlton isbne of Louisvilles most Charming girls She has been visiting her sister Mrs J F Hill of Houston since Christmas and is not expected to return before Apr l 1 She is the daughter of exSenator Albert S Charlton and a sister of William H Charlton of the City Buyers office- BLESSING AT ST EDWARDS St Edwards church Jefferson town was thronged last Sunday afternoon when many Catholics from Louisville joined Jeffersontown Catholics to witness the blesisng of three new altars three memorial windows and a number of articles required in the sanctuary of a Cath ohio church The Rev B H Wester man pastor of St Marys church officiated at the blessing and the Rev Theodore H Reverraan pastor of St Edwards was the master of ceremonies Among the clergy who assisted at the blessing were Rev Father Begin s 0 F M Father Henry Rptheut andx Father Constantine of St Bonifaces church who preached the sermon EMZAIIEPJtTOWN WEDDING Wedding bells rang merrily at Ellzabethtpwn Monday morning when Misa Sarah Young became Mrs- Thomas Cecil The ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Hugh Daly In St James church After the wedding the bridal party was ten der d1 reeoptlon at the home of Ira Mrs John Lancaster Both brldliIndWfOOD1 are favorably known la Hardlri county y COLORKD CAThOLIC MISSION The aerhta r Thomas Safari a renowned RedemptorUt will conduct r Tstwlon for colored Catholics at St Augustines church beginning Easter tMyThbiWlll beth eotdete4blfatherJaan R v lather Francis FeltenI D 1 NW PRELATE f9 tl E t j J t- I JUg1t ReV Denis ODonaghue wmI Come to Our Vavant See Louisville Will Welcome the Succcs 7sor to This Old Diocese Churchman of Scholarly Attainments Honored by the Holy Father I UNDERSTAND KENTUCKY PEOPLE Tho Right Rev Denis ODonoghue titular Bishop of Pomarlo and Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis line been appointed Bishop of Louisville so says a cable message to the Ass ciated Press The Intelligence came on Ash Wednesday morning and while not official there is little chance to doubt its authenticity The appointment of Bishop ODonaghue pleases priests and people because the historic diocese of Louisville is no longer without a shepherd and because the earning prelate is known and honored in Kentucky In this diocese he made his preliminary studies for the priesthood and while hero ho learned to know and honor Kentucky manhood and womanhoodThe Press message that brought the news on Wednesday rend as follows Rome Feb IThe following ap pointments proposed by Cardinal de Lai Secretary of the Conslstorlol Congregation were ratified by the Pope today Rev John J Lawler to be Aux iliary Archbishop of St Paul Minn Rev J W Shaw of Mobile Ala to be Coadjutor Bishop of San An tonlo Texas Right Rev Denis ODonoghue Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis to be Bishop of Louis yule Ky- Thus Lent begins with three new American Bishops To each of them It will be more than an ordinary Lent each must prepare for new and arduous duties Bishop ODonaghue was born in Daviess county Indiana on Novem ber 30 1848 His father Tames ODonaghue was a native of the County Cork Ireland and in 1839 was connected with the Land Office Jn VJncennes Denis was next tQ life youngest fa large family Five of his sisters entered religious or ders and one brother became a priest The parents brought the faith from the land of saints their children inherited it and there is little wonder that one son has be come a Bishop The Bishop of Louisville that was to be was born on a farm He was sent to school when only five years old and pursued his studies In schools colleges and seminaries until his ordination And yet that is hardly proper because he has been a student of men and affairs ever since After his preliminary educa tion in Daviess county ho attended St Meinrads College Later lIe came to Kentucky and made his prelim inary studies for the priesthood at St Josephs College at Bardstown After that he went to the Grand Seminary at Montreal Canada where lIe graduated and was soon ordained For thirtyfive years he has served either as priest or Bishop In Indiana He visited Europe in 1880 and 1887 but line never been long away from his native State On numerous occasions he lias visited Louisville fo officiate at the conse cration of churches anti to adminis ter the sacrament of confirmation His last visit to Louisville was On September 21 when he preached the funeral sermon of the late Right Rev Bishop McCloskey When he will come to Louisville to be enthroned is not definitely known but in all probability that ceremony will not take place before Easter When he does come he will be welcomed by both priests and laymen and all will pray that he will live up to the spiritual standard of his illustrious predecessors For nearly ton years the Right Rev Dr ODonaghue has been aux mary to Bishop Chatard of Indian apolis There he is regarded as a man of splendid attainments and line always taken a prominent part in civic affairs His coming to Louls ville Is awaited with interest by people of all creeds POPES HEALTH GOOD An American correspondent who recently had the privilege of seeing His Holiness Pius X writes that he is glad to be able to say that time stories concerning his failing health which have been current from time to time are greatly exaggerated The Pope suffers somewhat from rheumatism at times but his ap pearance shows that he is unusually vigorous for a man of his age Ho is bright and chereful takes a keen interest in affairs and so far as looks go has a long life before him HAPPY UNION There was a pretty wedding Tues day afternoon at this Cathedral the contracting parties being Will G Constantine of Jefferconyllle and Miss Margaret E Goerlng of this city The bride looked charming in a traveling suit carrying a bouquet of brides roses She was attended by Miss Louise Gllbooly iwho also carried roses and John G Cole attended the bridegroom as best roan The knot Wa tledby the Her Father Rock paitoi of the Cathe dial After tha ceremony the party A repaired to tho r stdence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs JPGoerIng 119 West Shipp street where the wedding upper was served The bridalsf an accomplished and attractive young lady and very popular in the southern section of the city while the groom formerly Deputy Sheriff of Clark county and now with the American Cur and Foundry Company is one of the best known and most popular young men in Jcffersonvllle A large num ber of friends witnessed the cere mony and Mr and Mrs Constantine were the recipients of many hand some presents They are now at their new and cosjj home 516 West Market street Jet rsonvllle HOlUEII Reverend Pastor of Holy Cross Parish Restored to Health4 The Rev Father John Sheridan pastor of Holy Cross church who has been recuperatipg at West linden f ffI Springs is expected to return to Louisville today He was accom panied to the health resort by his niece Miss Mary C Sheridan Ills parishioners will be glad to seo him home and hope that he is fully restored to health Holy Cross parish is growing faster than any parish in Louisville and the work would tax the strength of many younger men Father Sheridan is indefatigable in his work but his labors are increasing beyond all ex TENDEIE14STJIIPJIISEi f r M E Bannon Greeted by Friends on His Birthday TENDERED SURPRISE Mrs M J Bannon of 2309 Rowan street entertained Monday evening in honor of her hausbands fprty eighth birthday Mr Bannon was taken completely by surprise but expressed his gratitude at time many congratulations offered Six tables were kept going at GOO An appetizing luncheon was served and the evening proved a most en joyable one Mr Ban on is head eI the Bannon SeWer Pipe Company and the Kentucky Vitrified Brick Company The guests were Messrs and Mesdames Andrew last Charles Dieruf J B Campbell D E Ker win Ben Schleman Sherman Amshoff Charles Brotzgy Frank Wesell Lon Lavely and Miss Carrie Weber REGENT DEATHSr Mrs Martin Spellman a well and favorably known matron of New Albany diedat her home in that city on Tuesday aft rnoqn and her fu neral which was largely attended took place from Holy Trinity church yesterday morning The deceased was fiftyeight years old and was well beloved in New Albany Many relatives and friends attend ed the funeral of Mrs Mary Burk hartwho died qt her home 038 East Madison street on Friday of last week The deceased is survived by her husband Andrew Burkhart and one daughter Mrs Bernard Cunniff The funeral services were held at St Johns church last Sunday afternoon The funeral of Miss Freda Silberg who died at the family residence 2015 West Chestnut street on Saturday afternoon took place from St Charles Borromeos church on Monday morning She was time daughter of Mr and Mrs John Sllberg and was very popular In Catholic social cir cles The bereaved parents have the sympathy of many friends in their grief INDIANAPOLIS Through the efforts of the Hiber nian Ladies Auxiliary of Indian apolis over 400 ladles met at the K pllnsdlscuss olic Womens association The pro ject was first suggested by the aux iliary about a year ago and will undertake the good work of estab llehitig a central meeting place restroom and lunch room for the Cath olic worjcing girls of Indianapolis A temporary organization was formed with Mrs John M Taylor County President in the chair and Miss Ella Hallinan as Secretary JOLTiY TABST MADE HAPPrJ TheSt yiMentdf Paull Society of New Orleans recently entertained about 900 sailor at the St Vinoent Haven Seamen of all naUopsHUes Ut down to wnHl ajncmff thoiti 1 6rtqytM blacks from South Airte a NO QUARTER Time lor Dallying Is Past Says Redmonds Chief Aide T P OConnor Declares Premier Must Act or Get Out Much Depends on lUng EdwardI and Reply totbe- Tllrone f ASQUITH IIN DEEP WATER If The Parliament ot Great Britain TuesdayTheopening Parliament After that will como the fireworks Is Edward VII in touch with Asquith Will he refer to or recommend home rule for Ireland In any event what will be time attitude of the Irish Nation alists These are all questions whose an swers will depend upon the opening address of King Edward and the reply of the Government T P OCon nor Who recently visited the United States in the interest of the Irish Parliamentary party and who is credited with organizing the Irish vote in England Scotland and Wales declaresS policy when Parliament meets The line of safety and prudence is also time line of courage and straightforwardness Any Liberal Minlsterwho now makes the mistake 6f dallying or wavering with the question of the Lords would be doomed to immediate extinction In other words Mr OConnor means that the veto power of tho House of Lords must be considered partAll newspapers about compromises conferences and National agreements is so much non sense One point is eagerly de bated whether Asquith has or not Sovereigntimewith the present veto Of the Peers fairlyclearKing and Premier already but if the King refuse hint a guarantee to SwamptimeHouse of Lords the Government hnlstrYeslgnV The one thing fatal to the Liberal party would be to halt now in its campaign against the Lords Much nonsense is being talked about the composite character of the anti Peers majority The great issue against the Lords will unify it what ever differences may exist between the Redmond Liberals and the Labor party They are all united in a resolve to overcome the Lords I take a cheerful view of the prospects I AsquithHe I I has something of bluntness brus J querle cussedness if you please of the typical Yorkshireman On the other hand he has Yorkshire dogged ness and a high sense of tho sacred ness of the given word He lana Yorkshire thoroughness in doing what he has set out to do If he wavered everybody knows he would lose George and Churchill and no Liberal Cabinet could exist a day without these two popular pow erful figures but there is no neces sity for any Such heroic partings Finally as to the small Parlia mentary group brought into being in Ireland by William OBriens return to public life it will doubtless be antiLiberal in spirit and mis chievous in purpose but it wlli be irritating rather than formidable ItIwill give trouble but has not In it time elements of durability or ef fectiveness even for mischief William OBrien who has nine fol lowers including Tim Healy in time new Parliament says Asquith must reconstruct the Irish part ofitime budget front top to bottom or the obsequious followers of the onlyhavedependent party into the lobby for time expulsion of the Government from office or sealing their own fate at the next generalelection which will soon take place On the whole time lot of an Eng lish Premier is not a happy one Just at this stage of the game he Is placed in that peculiar position that some rhymster has aptly described as You shall and you shant You will and you wont Youll be damned if you do Youll be damned if you dont Asqulthsfutureless he is backed by time Irish and Laborites he is helpless with them he will be embarrased WEDDED AT CAPITAL Miss Margaret OConnor of Frankfort and Jesse Redmond ot Louisville were married attbe Shephen1Pra offlC1atingJohn OConnor a contractor for merly of Frankfort but now of Knoxvllle Tens Mr Redmond Is in the electrical contracting business Both have many friends in Ken tuckys capital aL O DOIT1ZBNSUCJOUM Daniel Flynn ah ildaril repeated af8tcXalle1lCTivndar nomine Krrtpa win C D born in Ireland seventysix years ago but had lived in Louisville more than fifty years More than thirty years he was a blacksmith in the employe of the Louisville Ofashville railroad Ho is survived by twoI sisters Mrs Mary Donnelly of 1614 West Chestnut street and Mrs Nellie MajorTimFire department and John J Flynn Master Mechanic of the X and N nt Memphis are his nephews The re mains were removed to Dougherty McElllotts funeral parlors on West Market street where they reposed placfrommorning BELLEVUE CHOSEN As Next Place of Meeting for Y M I Grand Council Time Board of Grand Directors of tho Y M I Kentucky jurisdiction met in Trinity Councils club house Baxter and Morton avenues last Sunday with Chairman Prank O Adams presiding It was decided to hold tIle next Grand Council at Bellevue Ky August 7 8 and 9 The Grand Directors also decided to offer prizes aggregating 100 as an incentive to increase membership That is to say 50 will be awarded the council that shows the largest percentage of increase 25 to time council that shows the second larg est increase and 25 to the council that takes in the greatest number of new members Grand Secretary E J Cooney and Grand President Robert T Burke were present at the session of time Grand Council All of the councils affiliated had representatives here Among them were Joseph A Cassidy of Phil Sheridan Council Bellevue John A Shannon of Barry Council Lexington Albert B Obcrst of Sarto Council Owensboro John J Barry St Catherines Council New TrtnltyCouncilT Burke Mackin Council BUSY SESSION Mackins Members Heard May Reports On Mon day Night President John T Kenneyoreslded over a well attended meeting of Mackin Council on Monday night It was a busy session from start to midnIghtbeforegreat part of the evening was taken up with hearing reports pf commit tees The most important of these were those relating to Mackins booth at St Cecilias forthcoming bazar and time Opera Committee The latter re ported that both cast and chorus were busily engaged In studying their parts and that rehearsals had already begun Among the StarsIthe title of the new opera promises producedbyTime membership contest between Capts Frank Lanahan and Sherley Cunlff showed that the race was a spirited one and as a result tire ap plications were received and seven members elected All the members congratulated Robert Osborne who made his first appearance since his recent illness IiAID AT REST Many relatives and friends showed their respect to the memory of Mrs William J Burke by attending her funeral which took place from Sacred Heart church on Monday morning Mrs Burke died at the family residence 630 South Seven teenth street on Friday afternoon of last week She contracted a severe cold six weeks ago A little later bronchitis developed and after that she sank steadily to the end Previous to her marriage Mrs Burke was Miss Catherine V McHugh AtI time time bf her death she Was in her fortyninth year Besides her hus band she is survived by two sons Frank P Burke a member of Typo graphical Union No 10 and Master Leo Burke and a sister Miss Maggie MoHugh The deceased was an active member of the lAdies Auxiliary A O II and one of its char ter members FJNAJi VOWS Word was received here this week that SlsteiCallista of the Dominican order of nuns will take her unal vows as a religious on March 7 Sis ten Callista is now stationed at St Francis de Sales Convent Charles town Mass She has been in time Dominican community shoOt seven years Previous to entering the re ligions life pme was Miss Cassie Kav anagh and is the daughter of Jeremiah Kavariagh and a sister of Attorney J J Kayanagh and Barney P J Kavanagh the local newspaperman Another sister Miss Isabella Kavanagb made her final vows as a Jnretlglons11ealso is located in Charlestown Mass JEfOOItATIOOOUllSSIOlllE James Flynn has asumed the duties of Street Commlsslpner in New Albany and is now preparing to give the streets of that town a thorough cleanlngfFInn Is one of the in New Albanys First ward PROGRESS NORTHWEST In the diocese of Green Bay last year five new churches were blessed fIe piHesta and twentytwo deacons ordslneH anti sixi new churches and schools were in courte of building Several hVn4r d obnverU wire eonr firmed ATTITUDE Ol Vatican in the Fairbanks Incident Explained and Defended Archbishop Ireland Tells Why the Pope Reiuscd an Audience Ui Methodist Organization Is Ac cused of Most Pernicious ActhItIIS PREPARED TO SAY MORE Former Vice President Fairbanks was in Rome this week and prior- to his coming it had been arranged for the distinguished American to be received In audience by Pope Plus X It developed later that Mr Fairbanks iwas to address a gathering of Methodists In Rome on the same day As a result the Vatican cancelled the arrangements made for time audience This has caused an In ternational religious stir and created so much comment that tho Most Rev John Ireland Archbishop of St Paul gave out the following statement in defense of the church TuesdayPeople may easily misapprehend the circumstances SlY Borne which led the Vatican to re 11oiyFatherafter he a former Vice President ot the United States would have made a public address before the Meth odist Association of that city Most likely Mr Fairbanks himself did not fully realize time meaning which Romans would attribute to his ad less It was not a question of Mr gohag for Sunday devotions It was a question of appearing to give the fullest approval to the work of the Methodist Asosclation in Rome American Methodists in Rome are active andI may readily sayper nicious proselyters The Methodist Association is not in Rome to serve and meet American Methodists but to pervert from the Catholic faith bringJnflnenceI was in Rome lasT wlnter and I made n very particular study of this Methodist propaganda It has gone so far that Catholics have Organized the Society for the Preservation of the Faith to fight against it The purposo of the work of the Methodist Association in Rome Is confessed openly The means em ployed are by no means honorable They take every advantage of the poverty of the poor of Rome TheIbooks circulated and displayea in the windows of their book stores are slanders against the Catholic faith the Holy Pontiff at Rome and misrepresentation t of the whole Catholic system The success of the movement Iis Far from adequate to tIle efforts put forth anti the money expended They dont make permanent Methodists ol posslbldetachchurch and this means from all Christian timings for Italians Now a public address by a former lbeforecan have no other meaning in the eyes of the Roman public than the approvalof America on the propa ganda of the Methodist Association Had the Holy Father guardian of the spiritual interests of the Catholic l church of the world smilingly wel corned Mr Fairbanks to an audience I on the following day in what otherIposition would he appear to bp than gIving his approval to the propaganda JI of the Methodist Association before which the address had been given 4It was simply impossible for the Holy Father in his official position as a sovereign pontiff of the Cath olla church to do aught else than to say politely to Mr Fairbanks I can not receive you anti accord you the honors due you in all other circum stances as an American and a distinguished representative of a great republic wIlUngtobelieveUp the full meaning in time eyes of the Roman people of the address he was to make to the Methodist AssociationOne of combat which those Methodists employ in Rome as I know from personal observation is to create time impression that Meth odism is the great faith of We American republic and that time Catholic church is merely an Italian institution There arc In Rome Protestant American churches for time benefit torthlegJUmateefforts business and make no war on time Catholio church What I have said of the Methodists in Rome does not apply to the other churches there I lhave in mind time Protestant Episcopal chapel ontnelNazlonale and its former rector Dr Nevlns a man whom I was pleased to call a friends and whom I wee always glad to meet oar shall leave for New York to morrow and I shall be pleased to answer time Methodists here or in the Ealtatany tune J can not make it too plain that 1C am nptttflckin the entire Methodist church but merely tha Methodist Association IJa enjibtwhno 1 C r t OJ i I KENTUCKY IRISH A1IJERICAN j R KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN CatholicslepoteAOfficially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated PuHUher SUBSCRIPTION PRICBONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC BnUred at th Loalivllle PortoHIc e SecondClm rutttf Address all Comualcatlor to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreea St IILOUISVILLE SKY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 12 1910 SPECIAL OFFER A dinner set of fortytwo pieces and the Kentucky Irish American for one year for 3 Is the offer we mak for a limited period The china is of handsome design and would cos 5 In any store Call at the office ofl the Kentucky Irish American and in spect this china set Every subscriber who pays 3 can secure one of these sets and the paper for k a year WILL BE WELCOMED 4 Every Catholic in Kentucky I r is pleased to hear of the appointment of the Right Rev Denis as Bishop of Louisville For awhile he sojourned in Kentucky and drank of its fount of knowledge All hisI life he has been a neighbor of ours He Is learned democratic and I thoughtful It Is too bad to rob In I liana of such a good prelate and citizen but the diocese of Louisville r needs him c It is the hope and prayer of our Catholic people that Bishop ODonng hue will be another star in that galaxy of prelates that have shed halo over this diocese There is little doubt that he will be as saintly as Benedict Flaget as democratic as Martin John Spalding and as pruden- as William George McCloskey MISREPRESENTEDt Recently Information lias come to the Department of Agriculture that i certain of Its publications have been misquoted by several land ies interested in selling eomlJan1 I striking example is the instance iin i mlstepIit will In a few years be the only source of hardwood supply in the United States Such a statement has never been made by the Forest u Service publications and is not win sidered a fact Secretary Wilson has wisely concluded not to allow the use of the name of his depart ment as a means of victimizing time public and in future any concern which atrtibutcs to the Forest Service false or unauthorized state ments may expect the same to he publicly disavowed ATTENTION TAXPAYERS Last week the Kentucky Irish American in behalf of the people t entered a protest against the present system of pensioning policemen and firemen It also protested against the proposition to pay members of the General Council for their servo ices These protests have met with the approval of the taxpayers In- N fact it is doubtful if any measure ever advocated by this paper met with such general approval As was said last week the taxpayers do not object to pensioning f men who have been disabled Iii the r performance of duty but they seri F Fcushy obo ttot11e inequality of the present pension system Some are I drawing 125 a month while others are drawing in the neighborhood 535 In both clases faithful servants of the cIty may be found but why not equalize the pensions At the way things are going the entire pen slop fund will soon be wiped out A little care u little judgment will re suit Ina better system and the matter should be considered by the proper authorities at once There arc policemen and firemen I pensioners who are landlords Their only exercise is to elect their rents or perhaps to put a picket on a fence or a hinge on one of their own doors Wbyshould those men be pensioned at all The pension system was not created for the welltodo but to care for the afflicted members of J o the departments or their dependent families An immediate and radical Change is necessary Now as to the General Council and a o the proposition of its members to Tote themselves a salary The Ken lucky Irish American said last week I that they wanted toa man i hat1dI modest What they wanted was 500 i1 s yqar each oranaggrcgatof JlooQ a year After the expos of 4he Kentucky Irish American the member themselves saw how rldle roP4sedttrip to Frankfort ojn Monday was Q abameaotud r Those twelve AJdernwm ptoi Vwec ur Comooaiaen were a1slmi ay I opIe to serve M tR L officers Each one became a candl I date knowing that he was not to re I celve n salary All knew the dutiesr j they would be required to perform elandI not one hesitated aboutx taking the job themtI I seats before some of them want sal aries There are soma good men in the General Council men capably of earning 500 a year for the public good but all were elected knowing full well that no salary was attached the provisions of the law called IIIf a salary for members of the Council the people might have selected people better able to earn it- There are members of the General I ugitne tion but only to the detriment of the present city administration and to the downfall of the Democratic party in Louisville T1LYT LIBRARY BILL Pending before the Legislature 3Is an act to create the Kentucky Library Commissibn In ninny respects the bill is a good one I provides for a commission of five members to be appointed by the Governor So far so good but th bill provides that atleast one roam ber of the commission shall be a bay the Governor from a list of not les I than three candidates to be presented by the Kentucky Federation of ClubstThis feature of the bill is mos objectionable It is class legislation There are lots of women in Ken tucky who would fill a place on the library commission capably who d not affiliate with the Kentucky Federation of Womens Clubs It iis class legislation pure and simple That phase of the bill ought to be promptly eliminated Why take one class of women Why not order the Governor to name one of the Ancient Order of Hibernians another from the Red Men and an other from the Eagles etc I The bill is now in the hands of the Senate Committee on Public Libraries and Public Buildings The report of that committee will be awaited with interest NEW CATHOLIC JOURNAL I The Indiana Catholic a new Catholic journal has made its ap pearance on our exchange tables The new chronicle of Catholic events jrnnde it initial appearance February 4 It is replete with news MIwel1I edited I and well printed The editor Is J P OMahony and the journal is published by the Indiana Catholic Printing and Publishing Company I whose officers are M F Gill Presl dent C L Barry Treasurer and C J Lcnalmn Secretary The Kentucky Irish American wishes success and long life ta the Indiana C t1 cjj REASON IN PROTEST ture1toI ley counties would be slicefl off and sandwiched together to create the County of Wilson The people in that section are protesting The e- noltireeffect of the bill would be to create I a lot of new offices and saddle addi tional burdens on the taxpayers Wo have counties enqugh nowII Do not stop at the boycott of cold i storage meat boycott the cold storage eggs too Dr Wiley of the United States Chemistry Bureau stated last week I have inves tigatedcold storage eggs and find that the decomposition of those I products not only impairs them from frequenUrdeveloIS I President William IF Taft has signified his intention to be in Chi = cago on March 17 and has directed that plans bo made for a monster conservation meeting on that occaJI lIon It Is a safe bet that the Chief Executive of the United States will I have to address a mass meeting of Hibernians before the day Is over formerNevvtent Taramany leader followed his bydlatrt poor and seedy of the Bowery Small wonder that Big Tim Is a political aucceai j m The clergy of Jauiavilit fttre juailylj prod of the attrndftno ajt ice van moos ohuxckM Oa Aah W jrola n many churches there was scarcely standing room at the evening service This shows the true Catholic spirit Portland people want a branch library and they ought tq have it The people of that section are an 1 thrifty and as ambitious for learning as those of any other section Give Portland its library 1S0GIETY ItsJ Miss Mamie Dorsey will return from Winchester next week Miss Elizabeth QuIgley is visiting Mss Elcnora Watson at Simpson villa The Misses Neville1 have as their guest Miss Margaret Bell of Simp sonville Mrs J A Wathen of the High ofrLebanon LJss Emma Dunn of Chicago Is- ttI1e guest of Mrs Charles Gray of Deer Park E L McDonald of Becchmont has as her guest Miss Anna McDonald of West Virginia I returnedfromMiss Margaret Hagan I Mrs II J Martin of New Albany has as her guest Miss Harriet Reilly of Bedford I IndiI Miss Emma Dunn of Chicago has been the guest of Mrs Charles Gray on the Bardstown road Mrs Thomas Horrlgan of SOS East Market street New Albany is v slt ing relatives in New York I Mrs lames A Wathen of the Highlands left Saturday for Leb RobytI Mr and Mrs John Hagan of Cres cent 11111 111Roon leave for peremaently t llists Ellen Culley of Seymour Ind have osClifton Mr and Mrs Henry Shea win were the guests of Mrs McCloy it homtat Maysville i iMosses Mary and Nora Bresntlmn of Boston are visiting Mrs Anna EasoWalnut street I Mlsse Elise Maddox Celia Mullin Edna Humbert and Anna Monert all1 of Clifton have gone to New York to remain until spring James W Connors the well known retllrnerfrom Seattle Wash and expects to reengage in business here I Miss Clara Mae Mallete of Lafe Ark is spending a few weeks withI her parents Mr and Mrs James R Reid 642 South Fifth street Mr and Mrs William Lambert o Parkland who went to New Orleans to attend the Mardi Gras festivities arc expected home next week Misses Cello sullen and EdnaI Humler of Clifton were those from this city spending th week in New York City and the East IIItt1e Mss Henrietta Hudson of a enjoyingdelightfulRoy Neighbors in South Louisville Camphcl1Misseslichen Deutsch all of Portland are expected home from New Orleans next week INJck Wlttry and Mrs Mary L Miller were united in marriage at St Marys church on Tuesday after noon The Rev Father B H Wester man performed the ceremony Leo J Eberhardt of Thirtyfourth glallhandfriends over the arrival of n fine son who will be christened tomorrow William R Martin and bride lor merly Miss Julia llnllorau n f Clifton are expected to return from their honeymoon next week and will begin housekeeping at IC2 Vernon avenueMiss Lillian Weaver of 2115 Port land avenue and one of the most popular girls in the West End who submitted to n serious surgical operation at St Josephs Infirmary last week is much improved Mr and Mrs John B Rapier who were married at St Boniface church last week are spending their hooey moon in the East After February 22 they will be at home to their friends at 1015 Beechwood avenue Suffering from complication of diseases Patrick Mcflrpdyji jv1 wJl1 known resident of JoffersohviHe was removed Monday from his home to the Mercy Hospital where his condition is somewhat improved Conductor Mike Hackctt of the Monon railroad New Albany is receiving congratulations oer the arrival of a grandson The new Gamer Is the son of Mr and Mrs Charles Hackett formerly of New Albany but now qf Chicago Walshhavetheir accomplishedcharmingAda Marie Walsh to Richard Eugene Wathen The wed ding will be solemnized in Tune and will be one of the society events of the season J I CharlesGaringNew Albany were united la marriage at StMarys church in that city on Tuesday The ceremony was pr t formed by the ItevV Father Borries I After the ceremony Mr and a Mrs t Oaring wept to St Cary Ohio on a bridal tour I J iIJ t franci Mrs Thomas Cannon of 1729 West Kentucky street are I elated over the arrival of little Miss Delia Gannon who will henceforth be the ruler of their happy home Rev W1lllamsIcomerIlnfter happy parents Charles Burton one of the best j known young men of New Albany and Miss Anna Frances Kelly a popular member of the younger set of this city were united in the bonds of marrIage at the Cathedral on Thursday night of last week RIGHT REV DENIS ODONAGHUE OUR NEW BISHOP Rev Father Gallagher performing byThomnsEurItonOrleans where they ore spending their honeymoon Upon their retur- the bride and groom will reside with Mrs Ellen Eurton at 1620 East Spring street eLADIEa Will Assist Mackin Coun BazartBooth Time members of Mackin Council1 are working hard for the success of St Cecilias church bazar which will take place at the club house the first week in April and with the as sistance of a large number of their lady friends promise to have a very attractive booth Numerous articles have been donated and many com bination books have been distributed and it is intended to introduce many novel and entertaining features Chairman Frank Lanahan has meinf lady nex Wednesday evening at the club house and extends a hearty invita tlon to all young lady friends of younamen charge s are gooeby over to Rev Father Brady a handsome sum for the new church fund HIGHER HONORS 9 Predicted for Rector of American College at Rome According to press dispatches it iis believed in high church circles iin Rome that additional honors are iin KennedyhectorCollegeSIncewho was the Popes advisor on American affairs the Holy Father has shown a marked disposition to consult with Monsignor Kennedy when matters concerning the church in America are under consideration bef tamed for high honors DIED WELL BELOVED Mrs Nora V nutty one of Jeffer sonvlllcs most venerable andes hercout1tryhomemorning She Was the widow of Capt James T Duffy the coal merchant who died in 1905 Despite her numerous charities Mrs Duffy was considered at the time of her death as one of the wealthiest women m Indiana Three sons James IL John TandJ T Duffy all of Jefferson ville and three daughters Mrs Nora C Hancock Mrs Marguerite Wathen and Mrs Leta Shropshire survive her The funeral took place from St Augustines church on Wednesday morning and the remains were interred beside tlioseol her husband Capt James T Duffy in St Louis cemetery Louisville f JfEW ALUMNAE CLUB RosaryAcademyalumnae association and last Tuesday evening these ladles were given- a banquet by the Dominicans Sisters J at the academy 410 West Ormsby avenue Mrs Margaret Felghan pre sided as toastmistress and toasts were responded to by Mrs Minnie Parsons Misses Catherine Mor thorst Anastasia Walsh and Evelyn I OReilly I j POPE PIUS MAY JOIN 1 When the Ataertean pilgrimagel of j j the Knights of Columbus reaches Rome next summer its 1is understood there that the Pope will show ape orRanihtation I of iilt it said liehac Already indt MUd this intention ioj1 nor Itamedjr of the Ateifc College r aCli c TAKING HOLD Ceclllan Choral Club Is at Work on New Opera Rehearsals are under way for the production number of pretty girls and talented young n en that are attending the club will be justified in advertising a beauty chorus The Pirates of Penzance which will be the offer ing is considered by many to be Gilbert and Sullivans most tuneful I opera Time male chorus is the best that Staplefordnjihasl started in the history of the wielding the baton it is sure to be a strong feature of the production Capt Thomas Evans the stage manager is more than pleased with the material at hand and claims that the production will eclipse the clubs remarkable success in The Mikado and El Capltan John J Flynn one Of Louisvilles most versatile entertainers will handle the heavy comedy role and it is hardly necessary to say that lIe will give it a professional interpretation The opera will be given for a very worthy charity SUNSHINY WEATHER Sets the Baseball Pans to Discussing Favorite Game With the advent of pretty sunshiny weather baseball has again become popular topic and many bright pre actions are made for the Louisville team and the American Association with its new resident lhomas A Chlvlngton who with Thomas A Barker has put Louisville baseball on Mugt a just tribute to this untiring worker for clean baseball and who can be counted on to place the American Association side by side witin the two major leagues for highclass ball From present indications Louisville will agdln have a strong team as the only weak place at this writing seems to be at first base as Balm wont do and a new man is needed as the only near first baseman on thu r team is Suter Sullivan and he could not be spared from third base where incidentally he put up time best gam in the league last season Universal sentiment here seems to again be a repetition of Jast year that if Louis villa doesnt win the pennant tha s popular John McCloskey and hi Milwaukee team will BORGMANN REElS BUSY While the fire that played havoc with the skirt factory on Seventh street near Main on Wednesday night did some damage to the cafe conducted by W II Borgman it has not interfered in any way with th conduct of his business Mr Borg mann Is still doing business andI smilingly greeting l1ls friends at hIsI old stand 114 South Seventh street and is filing all orders- tALLBRATE I CHRISTENING TIle numerous friends of Mr and Mrs Albert Gross will assemble at Myrt1eaireetsof a little baby girl Isabelle Vivian which will take place at the Domini can church tomorrow afternoon The proud father who has been receiving hearty congratulations is a popular clerk with the Illinois Central rail road WILL MAKE GOOD i The many New Albany friends or Michael Welch were hiphjy pleased when they learned of his appoint ment as Assistant Chief of the Fire department of that city succeeding Martin Horton who resigned Chief Welch lias had experience that tits Mini for the position and will surely make good BRINGS BRIDE HQMEc j r William Coleman for many yearsII a clerk at the Gait House has brought Ida bride here from Cali Connie to visit his brother Council maim Dan Coleman and other rela tires The newly made Benedict stands high in hotel circles all over the United States TODAY IN HISTORY i I Today hi the amniVera ry of the 1 birth of Abraham Lineota your first Pieiddeptritarty and Itlno of Peter Cojr tlteatswYorkPhltothrnpiaej y SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFERIt 42PIECE DINNER SET 42 Vi it jN GivenAway With One Years Subscription to Kentucky Irish American AND 200 IN CASH This beautiful Fortytwo Piece Southern Dinner Settis hand decorated in Jasmine floral and gold effects and any housewife would be proud to possess one of same H Weare offering this set for a limited time for 200 incash and one years subscription You cannot af ford to miss this opportunity to get one of these hand some sets lj Sample Set on Exhibition at This Office 319 W Green St I FOR YOUR SPRING SUIT I Phone 4961 126 S FIFTH STREET I IIIIHome I I Both Phones 2399 DRe T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET KNIGHTS OF GOL11BBS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where St Gabriel Council Mt Adams Cincinnati has its own quartette Marquette Council at Milwaukee Initiates another class of fifty this monthCharley Doom the Captain and Manager of time Philadelphia baseball1 club is an ardent Knight Many Milwaukee Knights favor an- a other council for that city to be or ganized on the South Side The bill to make Landing day Oc tober 12 a State holiday in Kentucky has passed the State Senate and will1 surely pass the House All the councils in Hamilton county Ohio Which includes CIncin- nati have united in arranging for a mission to be given during Lent probably during the week following Passion Sunday National Director John ReddIn of Denver exemplified the third degree to a class of fifty at Omaha The new ritual was used and the hun dreds from Iowa and Nebraska were glad they attended electetc1 President of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce It is considered thethlghcst honor that could come 1to any Callfornian Mr Scott is Past State Deputy of the order To give the members on opportu Colotadsa quainted meeting Tuesday night An provided I were presentsNorwood Council of will conduct a series of three lacii tures for men during the season The speakers will be Hon William A Byrne of Kentucky Rev Jeand Prof Joseph OMeara Non members and nonCatholics will be I welcomed at the lectures KNIGHTS DIRECTORY I Time Central Committee of the jusissuedte names business and residence addresses of the members of the or ganization in the various branches in Louisville and Jeffersonville It is of the handy vest pocket style and the advertisements are nearly all those of members of the order DERBY DAY IN WAY Tho Kentucky Racing Commission has fixed May 10 for Derby day in iLouisville Racing will continue until June 4 Many K oc1h rscsJI J have arrived at Churchill Downs al ready and each succeeding week will bring additional stables The meet ing promises to be one of the best In the history of Churchill Downs FoRTY HOURS Tomorrow morning time beautiful and impressive Forty Hours adora tion will begin at the high mass at St Martins church on Shelby street continuing until Tuesday St Martins is one of the largest congre gallons in the city and it is expected that the church will be thronged at all the services JUDGE BOLDRICK AWAY preeldfingtie absence of Judge Samuel J gesetoPreaehLioh hrtlih 1 NEW MASONIC Beginning Monday Night and All Week With Usual Matinees I JAS T POWERS I- NHAVANA M The one big musical show of the season 7Vt1tVLEYSMondayTuesdayand Wednesday sights 1FRITZI SCHEFFI- n Charles Dilllnghams Musical Success THE PRIMA DONNA Thursdayatinee Night ANNA HELDtN HISS INNOCENCE CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House In Louisville We cater 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lTHEFLOFUST650 S FOURTH AVE Betlt PheKss 223o PRIVATE HOSPITAL MR THE CARE IF INSANE ANB EPILEPTIC PATrENTS TIM Stetwri of KercytofTetfKaottvuI tad owaaadmaaaBeaprivateheepltal- Mrthe can sad treatment ofIrsane aDd reaepdopueaaa Botk Date a6d vyrito MOTHER MAAYRBoI I rtCy ImsITALh iNtb Al esss JaNeeasawMM M6 1531 W STREET 810 MODERN METHODS I keep thoroughly uptodate with all the newest and best materials and methods My prices are moderate and my work of the highest class DR I HENDRICKSDENTIST I 436 West Market Street WC CUNNING HAM H A HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY Incorporated Special attention given to traveling men Best In the city for the money Have FirstclassAMERICAN PLAN RATES JZWjiwJJZ M With Bath J3G6 BBRT HICKS Managtr- CMlif Hi JiffkJM Sis Oif Cwrt Nuts t yOTBD PJIKIATE DBAD n The RIght Rev lmslgnorOUbert Li Beaten rector of St James church Sieelton Pa and VIcar Oen oral of udloceaeot lIarrI burg died of heart diceaee on last Satur day He had been Ill anlythreeday popularclergymen made a domestic prelate in 190S x 7 JXOiatASK IN JANUARY The veanthlreportof Supreme- SeOl4ttarTIAntJionYWreooWII that XiiiihtsIto new nemWnw A netw brnch has been in titntd and another k fom log at Freeport HI HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrg the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held Wednesday night at Falls City Hall Fifty members of Division 1 of Lynn Mass visited a recent meet- Ing of Division 1 of Chnrlestown The Ladies Auxiliary of Indianap oils observed the feast of St Bridget with a splendid gathering at Morrison Hall Division 2 has elected William T Meehan to the Secretaryship and thus sends another able representative to the County Board Solemn high mass at St Briglds church was the opening feature of the celebration of the patron saints day of the Ladies Auxiliary in Chi cago last week Ono of the largest gatherings of Hibernians ever seen in Connecticut assembled at Ansonia last Sunday to witness the joint installation of Divisions 1 and 3 The Ancient Order and Ladles Auxiliary in New Orleans presented Most Rev Archbishop Bleak with the sum of 100 for the benefit of the storm relief fund Upon all sides are heard ex pressions of approval of thc pro gramme mapped out by the County Board for the celebration in honor of St Patricks day The meeting of Division 45 next Friday night will be an important one as it is hoped to have County President Welsh and a number of others present as visitors Martin Sheehan the goodnatured Vice President of Division 3 is doing some earnest work for the order When it comes to securing new members Martin is always in the lead Officers of DivisIon 3 are receiving hearty commendation for the change of time and place of meeting and prediction is made that a large increase in membership will soon take place Division 4 meets Monday night and a big attendance is looked for An important report to be submitted will deal with the manner in which the order will honor the feast of St Patrick State Treasurer Kidwcll of Wash ington Jncl is a good example of the practical worker During the past months he has organized several divisions in the southern part of the State Two orchestras in addition to n genuine Irish piper furnished the music for the twentythird annual reception of Division 27 of Jersey City which had an attendance of nearly 1000 people Division 1 will initiate a class next Tuesday night and specIalnotice i has been sent out requesting the presence of every member on that I occasion Those who proposed can didates should escort them to this meetingTerre Haute divisions are planning to make the Indiana State conven tion in September a big success Terre Haute Hibernians never doII delegatelooksbanks of the Wabash theII Indianapolis divisions expect have a great St Patricks day celebration this year The eight divisions I of the city are represented on the arrangements committee and John Carroll has been named for Marshall of the parade The Ladles Auxiliary of Chicago celebrated St Briglds day with n banquet The principal speaker was KelleyPresident tension Society Mrs Mary FMe Whorter was toastmistress PROMOTED TO CAPTAINCY William Gardner one of the most popular firemen in Louisville has been made Captain of the No 10 Engine Company Capt Gardner is busy receiving congratulations on his ap pointment GROWING IN INDIANA Branch 757 Catholic Knights of America of Brookvllle Ind had a gala day last Sunday when twenty new members received certificates and were admitted into the order Prominent members from Cincinnati and other places were present and banquetthatASSISTANT TO ARCHBISHOP The Rev John J Lawler for a number of years pastor of St Pauls Cathedral at St Paul Minn has been appointed Auxiliary Bishop of PopePiuswas received by Archbishop Ireland last Saturday The Rev Father Law ler will act as assistant to Arch bishop Ireland but later may be given one of the new dioceses to be soon created FACT TO DEAR IN MIND Do you ever stop to reflect whSh I you are asked for alms by an unfortunate 1 fellow beiimg that but for mightbei mind the fact that no human being is fireproof and that we all would fall to tine social level of the ancient pagans but for the uplifting hand of our Creator Probably if more of us realized this Important fact we would not strut about officiously MOW TARE A single halo around the moon Indicates a storm a double halo means boisterous weather If the moon bo bright and clear when three days old fine weather iti promised A clear moon means rain If the moon changes with the wind in the east then shell we haw bad weather If the moon looks low warm weather ia promised When the moon is visible in the daytime then wa may expect cool days If time ziew moon appear with Us points upward the month will be dry If the polais are down wr4 more or lleee rain may be ex peot duri r the next Iwe ks tofttaeIbis frost may be looked for The JaW wooo op her teak always pew te1Wa woes weather a CALENDAR Of the Church ami How It Is Divided lor Each Year Easter Is Great Central Festival Upon VhlchlURny Depend All Are Hblydnys But Attend once at Mass Is Not Necessary CHANGES ACCORDING TO NATIONS The church sots apart each day in the year foa some 1IQrtlculareent- either in the life of our Lord and Sa our or of his blessed saints This arrangement is called the eceje slasticul calendar When the Roman Emperor Diocletian persecuted the Christians in the early days many church records were destroyed Few calendars of great antiquity have been preserved Among these is one dated in 330 A D and is little more than a record of holy days It places Christmas day on December 25 Since Easter varies every year the liturgical arrangements of the church which depend on Easter must vary In like manner The cal endar which announces those nr rangements can only be good for the year to which it refers k rom the first Sunday after Epiphany to the first Sunday in Advent that is from about the middle of January to the end of November rthere Is not a sin gle Sunday of which the ritual ob servance is not liable to variation from year to year according to the varying date of Easter The calendar which announces the actual course of time liturgy for every day of the year may be called the liturgical calendar It takes into account the relative Importance of the celebrations which come into competition on the same day Jn ac cordance with canon law and the de crees of the Sacred Congregation of lilies and shows which celebration is to prevail and be had in use Time festivals of many saints are transferred as to their celebration in the liturgical calendar Masses in their honor can not be celebrated on their own proper days In general outline the liturgical calendar is the same for the whole church the feast of our Lord ando byfallalso are the principal feasts of the apostles and some of the more em specIalcircumstances tory of each Christian nation affect the liturgical calendar to a certain extent For instance St Patricks daywhich is a holy day of obligation in Ireland is not so in England and the octave assigned to the feast 10f King Edward saintand confessor the Province of Westminster is not observed in Ireland cUyhaspnrtlcularis observed as a holy day In the common ecclesiastical calendar pre fixed to Catholic almanacs the arrangement of feasts and offices most of which depend on Easter from Advent to Pentecost is given in the liturgical directory but the feasts of saints are assigned to their fixed days The church urges the faithful to observe each day in the year as a holy day but it prescribes certain holy days on Which its members are obliged to linear mass and refrain from servile vofk These include nil Sundays in the year the feast of Circumcision Ascension nay Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Immaculate Conception All Saints day and Christmas day MAYOR FITZGEUALII I lion John F Fitzgerald the new Mayor of Boston was inaugurated formerlyserveda nonpartisan programme lie is prominently identifier with Irish affairs ion WOMANS EYti Green is unrivalled in popularity Zebelines are stilL immensely pop nine Gaudy stockings are being worn again Most of the new linen suits arc lace trimmed Many of the nev Swisses have embroidered colored dots A new fad is the handbag made of cloth to match the suit Bedford cord is again in fashion though much softer in weave Feathers are of the weeping willow fashion and measure about a foot in length Time regulation size for a scarf in three yards longby n good half yard wideBrown elmantlllylaceseason advances Box plaltlngs around the lower edge of skirts are use of the late i Paris revivals Lace which has been so long out of favor is making an effort to re gain its place Some of the handsome Japanese corded silks are being bought by women who like clothes a little un usualThere attraetirenesocoalaand wrap for the majority of women r Fahlon has decreed thatt short coats are smart and the newest gowns front abroad show ihj abbreviated coat plUiJandboxaide yokel or kid tofull fejiffti T tturyunderrhlre hi ealaramid a tit Wzfjurejutnnoon frock ire feoeff mounUd aver same psis soft shade c J at on ou ed the I the a In ter net the rick ll ing est and on an to A A A 0I htr was lie lam and ed the the Item aB for the aJtJ for U l I FEHR BREWING CO IIlYCOI I ORALEI and Bottlers LOUISVILLE T- lYsour miM BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINOORPORATED conSVXLLE KY CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horn 76717672 Cumb West 69 TOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THB INCOBP- OBATEDBREWING COMPANYS Draught and Bottled Beers all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent Savor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky B FRANK f WALTERS =Street Brewery 812 and 81lJi CLAY 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LOUISVILLE- DEARB0RN CATION CHICAGO P1e19 WM P r0anPakaIrawIryMMI EK BACON J3P A N W Os Jtairtk MA M s- IenlrvfM W4 0 et J cI i iA SOMEBODY Is to Blame For the Paucity ot Catholic Books On 11Inrk- etPriestJournalist Tells Story of Authors and Their Struggles South AnstrallanPrelnteMakea An Able Plqa For Editors I ARE WORTHY CONSIDERATION The Very Kev Francis C Kelley D D LL D editor of Extension a monthly magazine published in the interests of the Catholic Church Ex tension Society in the January number offers some very pertinent ideas on the subject of Catholic writers I and vatholie readers The llev D Kelley does not pose as an editor He does not tell what ought to Imp pen but chronicles what Is happen ing Ho shows that books published by Catholic authors cost more that those published bynonCatholics Then he addsI There are over fifteen million Catholics in the United States InI other words Catholics constitute onefifth of the entire population Consequently the same proportionI ought to hold good as regards pur chasers of books but 1Ic doesnt The difference is decidedly In favor of the secular publisher And what fisI the reason Simply this The pub lisher of secular books advertises the Catholic publisher doesnt Thats the difference Secular publishers spend vast sums of money advertis ing their wares If ft Catholic pub usher advertises at all it is only semioccaslonally and in a limited spasmodic unaggressIve unscientific way He looks upon money spent for publicity as n waste of a usefulI commodity and so hell not take r chance Examine your Catholic I weekly paper or Catholic magazine Will you find the advertisement of n single Catholic publisher Will Jon- find a single new Catholic book exploited The only kind of publicity t the Catholic publishers seem to crave is the kind that doesnt cost them anything the boos review which they get in exchange for a complimentary copy of the work published If the Catholic weeklies and monthlies would refuse to pub lish columns and pages of book re views gratis as they do at present the Catholic publishers would be driven to the necessity of buying space which is as it should be If the secular publisher would rely on the book reviews only they wouldI have to get out of business Knowing this they spend thousands upon thousands of dollars to let the worldI know that they have n new book or author The Catholic publisher however will not even spend a few hundred dollars This condition in n general way is at the bottom of the cry that Catholic literature doesnt pay and it will not pay until Cath olic publishers begin to wake up If the Catholic publisher laments that his sales are not large and that wnatever profits he reaps from bin business must come out of the ex orbitant price he charges I point out the remedy which Is to advertise If he advertises judiciously mid in telligently and puts forth the right kind of books he will meet with th same measure of success as the sec publisherAs now stands every publishernothingauthor And the reader who refusesI to pay the exorbitant price demand ed is scolded as unintelligent andI unapprecIative All of which isI wrongFather Kelly has stirred Catholic I sentiment to good results before Iti is to be hoped that his latest ebulli lion will stir it again But while he is chronicling events in the United States there comes another cry from the antipodes Not long ago I the Catholics of Australia held a congress at Sydney South Australia One of the principal and most forceful speakers was the Archbishop of Hobart Tasmania He said in part Dont expect Catholic editors to be infallible they dont profess to be so Treat tnem with forbearance Dont expect to get a Catholic paper for half what it costs to bring iit out Do what you possibly can iin your neighborhood i to be an agent for the Catholic papers ST BRJGIDS FEAST Members of St Brlglds parish turned put in large numbers Jast Sunday to celebrate the feast of the patron saint of the church At the last mass 10 oclock the Rev Father SI W Jansen was celebrant and the music rendered by the choir was of a high order In the ev onlnfat 730 0clock the panegyric f ttaa preached yUle Ilev Father C P Raffo Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament concluded the ceremonies WELCOME VISITOR II H MastersoB ilia popular nail wideawake Marshal of New Hope was in the city the first of the week the guest of John Tt Browne and Edward J OHcarn and other friends While here he acquired In formation that will prove valuable in the performance of his duties NBW ALBANY GROCBRDKAD 00New Albany mourn the loss pf AWgiUt Oetkem Sr wlw died ltl1ll1 residence 313 East Market streett on Monday evading He had been nt only a nhbrt time Iris Venerable wife died in October Mr Oetken was born in Qldenburgy Germany ee tyfour yeargo but had spent forty threeyears in flew A1 Mhy anfl dtirlojrtfcj greater part of that titna WaK engiifNl te ihtt jrrcK Ktery ttuMhewr Three one WJllfain August land John Oetken and two dkogiiter Mrs etJteti Brod of rr t iri r SOCIETY DIRECTORY JI A o11DI- VISION 1 Meets at Fals City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording SecretaryJThomas P Lnwle1iFInancialSecretaryThos Dolan TreasurerThomas Keenan Sr- SergeantatArmsLouis Roller- SentinelsDavid Whelan- DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Bed Mens Hall First and Marke- tPresidentC J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording Secretary Tim J Stone Financial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJoseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur phySentinelWilliam 1Vas- bDIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick Tf Sullivan Vice lresidentlnrtlnSheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J StevensFinancial SecretaryJohn 0 Hes slopTreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArms James P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertraud Hall Sixth Street President Jobn II Henncssy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secreatry Thomas J LanganAssistant 1inancial Secretary D J Reilly Recording Secretary John J Winn Treasurer Harry Brady SergeantatilrmsWilliam Callag hanOutside SentinelMichael McDer mott DIVISION 1t JEFFERSONVI11LE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Plans Hall otcIMurphyLRecording Secretary Hugh Mc Jrody Financial Secretary J E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll SergeantatArmsP Flaherty Inside Sentinel J Flaherty Y JI i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 South Twentysixth President John T Kenney First Vice PresIdentFrank L Lanalmn Second Vice President Sherley uniff Recording Secretary Robert Os borne Corresponding Secretary William A Link tf Financial lSecretary Frank O AdamsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal Allen G Wobben Instdo SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart Wonderful to Take at Change of Life 2 Tolee1 I teen Plata irk March 2nd JIMS II I I tamilIindsway I with all those distressing ijmptomn inch aa choking tmothariifo palpitations hysterics I trembtlnr andsU plMjnris try It sisters It I I li- wonderfal end will not Injure you or child t- I t I also find ibis Tonic rood for ran on the stomachI and lodlgeitlon twoocelsfromi lItothat distressed feelkt at I S I heldachelIIr r I WEaTconII II fR A Valuable Bookon Nor andaSmpbottleGents also get the ratdlclna f1No rodWayneKOENIG MED CO Chicago III I 100 Lakes StreetSold by Druggists at SI per BottU 6 tar Mi LarK Slit 1768 Bettlea for St Little Rock Ark and Miss Hermine Oetken of NeW Albany survive him The funeral took place from the family residence on Wednesday afternoon and was attended by many old friends from Louisville and New Albany MASONIC THEATER James T Powers in Havana wIll hold the boards at the Masonic Thea ter alt of next week It has been heralded as the one big musical show of the seasba The usual matinees will be given MAOAUIiBirS THEATER The entrancing Fritz Scheff will come to Macauleyg Theater the first three sights of next week in her latest success The Prima Donna During the latter halt of the week Anna Held will appear InhMiss Innocence Both actresses are old favorites in Louisville HOPKINS TIIEATBU The motion pictures at naPkins Theater wereof an unusually high character again this week aul the patrons certainly show their appre elation ofManager Dus intgoOd taste In his selections For next week he promises new and better films anti lotof comedy I MOTION PICTURESJ The CaIno rJInceaH and Columbia houses eonue to draw great qr Wflerrfay and evening fp wlt new their nioWnr pictltrea For next week dials ht1t1i8 never been seen In this cUy arc rogatsedrand will be ota ehnr cter Ciat will be not only Instructive butt e lnyultable to this season of the year iIr 1II JdO JiL1 OLD AND NfWI Conditions In Ireland Are Ably Described by American Author Hugh Sutherlands Letters Have Been Compl1edonc1 Illustrated Money That Accrues Will Go to the United Irish League 6000 WORDS FROM REDMOND The Kentucky Irish American is in receipt of a copy of Hugh Suther lands Ireland Yesterday and T- odnn new book that presents the Irish question politically eco nomically and historically from an American standpoint Mr Sutherland Is the associate editor of the Phila delphia North American one of the lending dally journals of the United States and n paper that wields a potent influence both at home and abroadThe author did not stay at home and write his book Distance lends enchantment to the view you know so Mr Sutherland went to Ireland to see for himself and in fact to see for others Ills first mission to Ireland wps in 1001 He is strictly speaking and in every sense a practical American Ills visit to Ireland was as correspondent fpr the Philadelphia North American and his letters did much to arouse American interest In the cause of Ireland Mr Sutherland saw evictions He talked with evicted families He saw what English misrule was doing in Ireland and against the Irish people lIe wrote intelligently and con vincingly of what he saw and heard and his letters attracted attention nil over the world The conditions he described were not new to Irish Americans Many of them hind Keen things as described by Mr Suther land Others had heard them from parents and grandparents But it was new to have an American visit the land of saints and write vivid pictures of what he saw landlord ism the eviction of tenants to make grazing lands for cattle A country overburdened with police and tens of thousands of its best young peo ple annually leaving Ireland for the United States for the Argentine and for Australia The letters of the young journalist attracted the at tnction of the thinking men in American profeslonal and political circlesIn Mr Sutherland returned to Ireland and sent a new series of let ters showing the improvements made since his prevlous visit All of these letters lie has arranged and com piled Into one book Ireland Yesterday anti Today The first section The Problem of the Land com prises his first series of lletters It is devoted to an analysis and dis cussion of the agrarian situation as I ngoIProblem Solved comprises n series of letters he wrote during his visit to Ireland in 1909 and pictures the vast strides made in eight years to ward the creation of a peasant proprietary and the wonderful im provement in the economic and so cIa 1 environment of the people The third section which was also written in Ireland last year Is a discussion of the Irish peoples demand for home rule Ills argument is clear and cogent This new hook ought to find a place in every IrishAmerican household tend It Get your children to rend it Induce your American neighbors to rend it The book is eteI gant be worth ten times the price asked for it It is interesting to note too I that neither the publisher nor the author benefit financially from the publication of the work Issued from the office of the Philadelphia postpaidIIthe the introduction for the book says of Its The publication of these let ters in book form anti their wide 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