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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 4Wy T4TW 7 1r li ilsj I a s C aw li f JENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN ti OI y VOLUME XXVNO 27 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 31 19101PRICEFIVE CENTS GLADSOME I Spirit 01 Christmas Ucllcctcd in Faces of Young and Old a ri Happy Greetings From Pope and Prelates to Their Flocks Bishop ODonaghuo Has Joy oils Message to Kentucky Catholics r CARDINAL ADDRESSES AMERICA il From all parts of Christendom comes word that Christmas day was appropriately celebrated by Catholics The oldtime Christmas cus tr othertr1 i glory of God and peace of men seemed to be uppermost in the thoughts of the whole human race I In Rcme the Pope celebrated l Pontifical mass In our own America Cardinal Gibbons officiated at BaldI1I more and the Right Rev Bishop v ODonaghue celebrated the high mass at the earlyII ttPopo had a message for his Plus spoke to the whole jt Cardinal Gibbons to Americans and Bishop ODoftaghue to Kentuckians I Pope Plus spent a great part of jI the day with his venerable sisters and later received Cardinal Merry i del Val and members of the Vatican household All of his audiences were of a private character Cardinal I Gibbons had this message for Ameri cans I The spirit of Christmas is the spirit of joy Of all the festival days In tho year Christmas Is always the i I I I brightest and most gladsome f Though there is cold In the air and j frost and snow under our feet there Is always sunshine In our hearts rChrIstmas is always popular Ever p ancient and ever new time writes no I wrinkles on the brow of this annual visitor Joy enters the family circle today the day of family reunion Tho sons and brothers scattered far and wide are eager to meet again In their childhood home and to re I new the cherished affections ot early days TheyJove to hear their faith rs dths aa d alstersltot tund to partake with them of vtho family meal and to relate their vatled struggles In the tumultuous sea of life and they return to their respective pursuits refreshed and fortified by the endearing memories of domestic ties The spirit of Christmas IB indeed a spirit of joy and may every American heart glow with its genial and sacred warmth this I dayI the Catholic churches in Louis ville were filled to overflowing at the 6 oclock masses on Christmas morning The decorations and Il luminations were appropriate and elaborate The announcement that the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue was to officiate at the Cathedral brought an unusually large crowd to that stately minster Bishop ODon aghuo spoke these words of Christ mas greeting It gives me great pleasure to wish you the best blessings of this holy season and to be hero with you on this joyous occasion I only re- D Bret that I can not be really as 1 am in spirit with all the congrega tions of the dlocepe This beautiful Christmas morn typifies the dawn of hope for the Christian world We have Infinitely more to bo thankful for than those who lived in tho pre Christian times who lived labored died and turned to dust with only the expectation of a Redeemer Man sinned mortally in the very dawn of creation against ad Infinite God Of fense takes its nature from the One offended Man of himself was pow erless to make atonement for his fall The touching scene in the rude stable at Bethlehem speaks more eloquently than words of Gods love for man and the grand lesson of worldly detachment conveys itself at a glance urging us to look up and beyond baubles and glitters of earthly things to the heavenly world from which on that first Christmas morn the angels sang in voices so swept that still It echoes through the world Glory be to God on high Peace on earth to men of good willII flGod created the world and yet when He came there was no room on earth for its Creator Mary and Joseph were turned from all doors There was no room A rough stone grotto warmed by the breath of animals Was the only reception place Let us always keep a place I In the heart of man whom He loves so well and on this blessed Christ mas morn Jet us resolve to give Him our loyal love and do all in our power to make reparation for the indifference and lukewarmness of mankindLet us join our prayers aspira tions and resolutions with the carols of the angels in the skies Christ e desire to bestow blessings is as great M lilt love for us Let us show theI true spirit of cooperation by persevering In our good resolutions and Work Bishop ODonaghue will preach at lie late ma at ibe Cathedral at Jfl80 oclock toMorrow It wlll be hie ONt I1HP Yeassaaerageto fete o bIeII aile ti aaj nmio ak lilt tkoM wb- dear e to attend I F VOTED DOWN Members of Division 4 Paid No Heed to Able Leader Division 4 A 0 H held its final meeting of 1910 at Bertrand nail on Thursday night ot last week Owing to the fact that the annual election IJOHN HENNESSY President of Division 4 A O H was to take place the attendance was HenI 1911 areIPresidentJohn H Hennessy lJynchI J BarryFinancial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasurerHarry BradyITreasurerHarry Secretary J Reilly I ID SergeantatArms William OalI laghanSentlnelM I J McDermott Standing Committee Stephen J IlcElllott F J Mooney L J Meaney Thomas DIgnau and Robert i MitchellIAll the members promised oval support to the new officers and toI help build up the division The deI gree team has already begun to rehearse for a big Initiation to be heldII on January 23 A social session with a musicale and refreshments wilt III such an excellent chief executive thatkthi memberaadeati usofr- etalntng Pln the chairl tndet j inltely Division 4 closes thelyedr with a nice sum In the treasury GREAT MISSION Brings Joy to Pastor and People of Fayettes Capital It was a great Christmas day for Lexington tho beautiful capital of the Bluegrass Tho spirit of the ChrIsten lid was in the air as the result of the mission at St Peters church Father Punch pastor of St 1 Peters deserves credit for bringing about the mission the Catholics Lexington deesrve credit for porting Father Punch in his ofl Fathers Kllgour Conroy and CON J FORD President of Division 2 A 0 H IP deserve crowns for their untiring energy The missio- was a lengthy ono a week for Cath olic women a week for Catholic men and a week for nonCatholics Father Sutton was the principal1 I speaker to our separated brethren A question box was placed at the door and each night after the first non Catholics wrote questions concerning Catholic teaching and placed them in the question box Father Sutton answered all questloTta and very sat isfactorily Father Punch had given wide publicity to the presence of Father Button and hiss purpose Forceful and convincing In his man nor Father Sutton made a deep im eion pn the nonCatholics ASI a result many Are under Instructions and if God plMwei will won she re letvedl1tto tHOM holy Catholic and apoatoUc church Father Punch te a Kentuckian and knows what the people of his StateI need in Hilt ee tLnc foe the light of faith There are othr aeetkms of tkVfUaU thatWeald be beeffbedI LeslagteeY U n l1I J i f 0 611 ROUTED Smashing Blow Struck Against Faction hi Irelands Polities Have Learned Wisdom From j Bitter Lessons ot the Past Prediction That Restored Leg Lslatiire Will Open In Two Years DOOM OF WILLIAM OBRIEN Commenting on the gratifying re sults the Dundalk Democrat one of the ablest and staunchest Na tionalist papers published in Ire land thus summarizes the political situation on the eve of the close of the rocentelecUon The smashing blow struck by the Nationalists of North Louth for unity and against faction In Irish politics was but tho herald of a whole series of splendid victories Two weeks ago the English Unionist i press was rejoicing in the prospect of the breakup of the National movement The wedge Inserted by unhappy William OBrien was Ito be driven home Twenty If notII thirty Nationalist seats were to be captured by the AllforIrcland as II IIforetellingasforetoldthe destruction of the I t movement that had made home rule otherwise Inevitable Gleefully the 1 Unionists turned from tho dark prospects of their party in Great Britain to the gleam ot hope pro t sented by the DunravonOBrion conspiracy In Ireland If but Red mond could be got out of the sa- ddleif I the Irish people could be Induced to reject the men who had served them well for a quarter of a century and entrust their destinies to unfortunate OBrien and his Tory friendsthen perhaps the victory of the democracy might be postponed the doom of the hered itary blockers of progressive legis lapton dv omlnJ211Zlongarmforcesthe rase in politics restored But alas for Tory hopes tho 1 Irish people havo not taken the bait The OBrlenlto factionists havo been I routed everywhere outside of witch Ii ridden Corkand there have prevailed I only for the moment Thirty 1 eight of Redmonds followers have been elected unopposed Mayo was to have been swept Into the OBrien 1 net but Instead three of tho county I divisions have not even boon con tested South Mayo has rejoined United Ireland returning John Fltz gibbon In place of John ODonnell and West Mayo will today reject poor OBrien himself In West Waterford where that bumptious young man Maurice Healy Jr was to have swept tho floor with OShee ho polled only 700 votes out of 3100 and the Nationalist candidate was elected with a majority of 1676 as compared with 444 last January This does not look as If the new factlonism was progressing in the South nor Is it any proof ofIthe persuasive powers of the lateII member for North Lout who wentIto Dungarvan to support ibisII nephew Here are a few more NaItionalist majorities over faction Galway City 859 Dublin Har bor 2613 Limerick City 1770 Wlcklow East 1109 Limerick East 2334 Kings county South 1499 Tlpperary Mid 770 Kerry South 1944 Wexford South 2414 Cork East 1239 Besides these triumphs over fac tlonlsts the Nationalist members have hold their own against Union- Ists in West Belfast North Monag han and elsewhere The healing of the Nationalist split In Mid Tyrone won that seat for Ireland again and there is every prospect of South Dublin going Nationalist this time These results speak the doom of William OBrien They show that the Vast majority of Irishmen have learned wisdom from the bitter lessons of the past They prove and none so clearly as in North unitynIn this supreme crisis bf National affairs Is appreciated and under stood by thQ people They show the bitter Unionist enemies of Ire land that their l game is up their last card played that John Red mond will go to Westminster in a raw weeks from now to present the demand of a united and determined people Great Britain is sending the Liberals back to power with I numbers undiminished Premier Asquith has already the mandate of the people to grapple with the Lords and smash that rollo of feudal bar brsm the veto rhatg pne the way is clear for homo rule for OBriens h dfullfCork rebelse will be brushed aside like files In two years time we shall be celebraU Ing the opening of our restored tegkdature and the Utotermen who eye talking cbat treason just now sad telling the paperr that they are bttyjjicjjrifle to resist born e rla Will be falltog ov reaebottier la their haste to to firsts Sate TTieh Parliaaseut- J rf Yea i ii l 1j PROTESTANT Refutes Attacks Upon Ma jority of People of Ireland A Protestant Englishman who hi J resided for nearly twenty years in the South of Ireland has addcd his testimony to that of other corn spondents of thqy London Dally Chronicle who nave denounce Unionist attacks upon the majority of the people of Ireland During all the time that I have lived in Ire land he writes fjlrave experienced nothing but kindness and courtesy from my Catholic and Nationals neighbors My position ad a professional llman has brought me late touch with all classes and as a Protestant I fell bound to say that the only Intolerance Ihave seen has been on my own side We hear much of oppression but the only oppression I have seen ha been on the part of the landlords and their agents The poorer Protestants suffer or much from landlord tyranny as fto their Catholic neigHbors JIECENT DEATHS The funeral of JjMrs Catherine Larner sixty years of age who dlfodI of acute IndlgestlonyChrlstmas eve ning was conducted Tuesday morn jug from St Patricks church of which she was a fJdevout member Two sons Michael and Thomas Lar ner and two daughters Miss Mary Lamer and Mrs Thomas Murphy of Milwaukee survive her Many friends and relatives mourn the death of Raymond J Gruber the slxteenyearoldj son of S J Gruber which occurred Tuesday morning at his borne 449 Twenty sixth street The Deceased was a manly boy and gave promise of albright future The funeral was held l Thursday morning from St Cecilias church and the largo attendance showed the widespread sympathy felt for the bereaved parents Charles J McCann brother of the late Judge John McCann and for many years employed by the Louisville Nashville Railroad Com pany died Wednesday at the home cf his sister Mrs Lqulse Jacob 4612 West Broadway after an Illness of only a fow days tic is survived by another slater l1rs Belle Cronan The funeral took place yesterday morning from Holm Cross church and the Intorment jvas in St Johns cemetery h min r alo Q ffiJl Cnova tw ity rQremorageifI stenographer for JtheeLoulsvl11eii Nashville Lallroad Company who Saturdaymorning I Ing from St Charles Borromeo church Ho is survived by his I mother Mrs Amelia Canova 2345 West Madison street two brothers Alexander and Inrlocent Canova and three slaters Blisses Amelia RosaJJ and EmmaC novaII St Louis Bertrands congregation lost another old member on Satur day through the death of William OConnor He was born in Ireland eightysix years ago but had lived the greater part of his life in Louls JIle His house at 728 West Oak dwellingsfnOConnor was formerly a contracting carpenter and builder He was a brotherinlaw of Father Kelly the Dominican hero who sacrificed his life in ministering to tho afflicted yellowfevernor is survived by threo daughters and two sons They are Mrs Rich ard Fitzgerald Miss Theresa OCon nor Mrs Bartholomew Scannell and Robert and William OConnor His funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Monday morn Ing I The funeral of Mrs Honora Cun niff took place from St Aloysius church on Thursday morning tho Rev Father pQrady officiating at the mass of requiem Her death oc curred at the family residence lUG afternoonMrsCounty Galway Ireland soventytwo years ago but had spent more than half a century In Louisville Her husband Michael Cunniff died about twenty years ago He was very active in local Irish affairs The deceased Is survived by hor niece Mrs Mary Cunnlff with whom she made her home and by a number of relatives In Nashville Mrs Cun nltf was one of the old fashioned Irish stock that is dying out all too forgothergave liberally of her little store of the worlds goodsJp charity but her giving was unostentatious The havinglived CARD OF THANKS arehappypress our heartfelt gratitude to each and alt our kind benefactors who by their various contributions during the past year so nobly and generously assisted min In keeping and ipro vjdihg for the many poor Aged and Infirm of put home and In rendering their declining years as pleasant and- agreeable as poMlbte Your gener ous charity is ever duly appreciated tyy lM fIIIillbY them and together we unit+ lBjiubllcly thanking iI and ask qTto bleri our good frieads aRdKka the jMir yar a lupuy sad a IIoUl OB for tckage11 Little Miters oft poor IJ1 n ORPHANS Made happy by Members of Two Societies ol Young People Santa Claus Played No Favor ites On ills Happy Trip Great AVork oiYounjr Folks Is Very Worthy o Support NO CLASS OR CREED IGNORED To give pleasure to 1800 parent less little ones at this holy season of the year is certainly doing the work of tho Saviour and such a fortunate lot was permitted to members of the Orphans Pleasure Club and the Doll flub With John X Klmbergor in the role of Santa Claus members of these two organizations made the rounds of the various asylums on Sunday and Monday Santa Claus and his assistants played no favorites among the orphans All were treated alike Jews Gentiles Catholics and nonCatholics White and colored asylums were all visited and appropriate gifts wore left for each child Santa Claus and his aides were particularly Impressed with what they saw at the Childrens Free Hos Vital The poor afflicted little ones presented a pitiful sight yet their little faces lighted with joy when Santa and his party put in their ap pearance Another Impressive visit was that paid to St Thomas Orphan Asylum on the Bardstown road There eighty little boys are being cared for by the Sisters of Charity Santa had toys for everybody and the shouts of joy made heavenly music for tho visitors This year Santa discarded his sleigh and reindeer for street cars carriages and automobiles He had dells for all tho little girls and noisier toys for little boys Some rut mechanical toys and tho more studious received desks blackboards or books If there was an orphan overlooked In any of the many In ftitutlons it is not the fault of the Doll Club and the Orphans Pleasure Cluti o1 + wr t aIiJ1 It is not many young men or Young women who are willing to surrender so much of their time and money to cater to the pleasure of the friendless yet the two organiza tions that joined hands In the mat ter this year are steadily Increasing Both bodies have come to stay and their work will bo more extensive In scope each year They deserve the support of tile entire community They have no class nor creed nor taco distinctions The members realize the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man Among the ladles and gentlemen who Wore active In this grand work were Mrs Carrie E Waller Miss Flora Waller Mrs Huston Mrs Lum Simons Mrs Abraham and Messrs F Baer Louis J Kieffer Arthur Stern Julius Becker Oscar and X Schneider Gus Vacca Leslie Baor and Thomas McSha- neCARDINAL Now Protector of the Sis ters of Charity of Nazareth On Wednesday the welcome In telligence was received here that Pope Plus X had appointed Cardinal Martlnelll as Protector of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth The fact that Cardinal Martlnelll had been appointed protector of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth vsnot known to the Sisters jot that order In Louisville until they were shown a press dispatch froth Rome Wednesday night There are fiftyfive local communities of the Sisters of Naz creth who conduct sixteen acad emies fiftythree parochial schools five hospitals five asylums and three homes The duties of Cardinal Martlnelll as Protector will simply be to look after and oversee the Interests of the community He might also act as a court of appeal In matters af fecting the order if such occasion should arise Although the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth have been In exlstenco for ninetyeight years and the order will observe Its centennial justbeen Jsletltinder Dlshoplntheirhas beep approved by the Pope and a Cardinal Protector appointed itcomes also under the Jurisdiction of RomeThe Sisters of Charity ot Nazareth Is purely an American order It was founded in Kentucky on December 1 1821 sit St Thomas In 1822 the Sisters moved their mother house to its present location There are now everal branches of the order JnJ Kentucky Ohio Mississippi Tennessee ArHanaas yirgtela Mary laiid and MawaehHuettp There are eastmInIWI c ttit We of Uu UnlUd Stafci yI iiiii n Y M I Official Visits to councils in Kentucky Juris diction t With tho now year there will be an awakening of interest In tho Young Mens Institute throughout the Kentucky jurisdiction For this V K ECKER President of Trinity Council purpose Grand President George Lawo of Memphis has deputized former Grand Secretary George J Lautz of this city to visit a number of places in this State when meet ings will be held and the many beno fits young men derive from mem bership In this excellent Catholic society set forth Deputy Lautz will leave next week and before return Ing will visit Frankfort Lexington Winchester Paris Cynthlana and Carlisle With him at Lexington will be Supreme Vice President Robert T Burke who has been doing work for the Y M I since effectiveII journment of the Supreme at Grand San FranciscoII Secretary Barbour are determined to build up this organization which one time numbered forty councils atIi this jurisdiction and It Is the of the officers and members every where to render them every possible assistance It Is the intention to strengthen the weaker councils and organize now ones where none now exist and when It becomes generally known that this movement will have the assistance mId services of the State degree team it Is expected thereewlllsbeadrovtvalefnaalliplaccswhore JEFFEKSONYILLE Hibernians Hold fa Rous- Ing Meeting and Elect Officers Tho last meeting of the year of Division 1 A O H of Jefforsonvlllo was a rousing one and very interest Ing This division Is tho ploneerII Catholic society of our and In tho membership will be found many of Its most representative and Influential citizens Always ably represented tho Jeffersonvllle Hibernians have been active and prominent In the State conventions of the order and never have they failed when called upon to assist their local clergy The fact that the election of officers was to take place brought out the full strength and the reports submitted were grat D J COLEMAN President of Division 3 A 0 H Ifylng After the regular order the election was held and the following officers chose- nChaplainRev John OConnell County President Lawrence Ford President John G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc GrodyFinancial SecretaryJohn Hogan Treasurer Raymond Stanton SergeantatArmsMichael Gar rlty Sentinel11hotna8 Gleason Marshal Michael Noon The InstaUatlpn will take place at the first meeting in the j pw year and it Is intimated that soon there after a eamiwlgnwlll H inaugurated to greatly Increase the rileabrshli Plana will alsosooabe formed for ML apprepptefe observance of St leklIay K IJ 0 i1 LIMERICK Land ot Golden Yale Is Full ot Interest to All Irishmen Rich in Historic Itiiins It I the Goal of Many Students The Beautiful Shannon Drain Almost the Entire County w HOME OF BROKEN TREATY SFONE e Limerick Is full of interest to tho Irish antiquary and historian Tho county takes Its namo from the Gaelic Luimneach elnlfying a bare spot The county is bounded on tho north by tho River Shannon and County Clare on tho east by Tip perary on the south by Cork and on the west by Kerry From tho head of tho River Feale to Galtymoro It is fifty miles long Its greatest breath Is thirtythree miles It has i an area of 1064 square miles andia population of about 180000 The corner lying northeast of the Shannon and Limerick City is mountainous The southeast corner which Includes the barony of Cash lea Is also more or less mountain ous and the whole western part of the county lying west of Rathkealo Is a continued succession of hills and uplands The center of the county Is a great plain almost surroupded by the mountainous bulwarks of the east and west This plain Is said to contain fhrbiest arable land In Ireland Parrptt It which stretches eastward toward Tipperary Is known as the Golden Vale From Limerick City to Foynes tho Limerick shore of the Shannon Is low except that Aughlnlsh Island rises toa height of 106 feet Foynes y Island is 196 feet high and from that downward is a succession of bluffs from 100 to upward of 300 feet over the river There Is a suc cession of mansions and demesnes the whole way down from Limerick to Tarbort etlntwtth shoresuy 9reShannon Limerick 1d rich In rivers and streams The Shannon first touches Limerick a mllo above OBriens a bridge and from this down to Tar bert a distance of fortyeight miles 1 following the windings of the shore tt- It forms the boundary of the county except for six miles partly above and partly below Limerick City where a small portion of the county lies on the right bank of the river A little below Limerick the Shannon becomes very wide and drains almost tho entire county Other rivers and streams nearly all of Which are tributary to the Shannon are the Mulkear the Newport the Annagh the Bllboa the Dead the Caher nullla tho Malguo the Deel the Sulr and the Blackwater Lough Gur the only lake of any consequence in the county is three miles north of Bruff It Is some thing more than a mile in length Irregular In shape and surrounded by lovely hills On its islands and round its shores there are numbers of most Interesting remains of antiquity castles crumlechs sepul chral chambers stone circles and + circular raths or forts Limerick City with population of about 38000 Iso very ancient origin It contains many Interesting remains of antiquity among them the old Cathedral founded in the twelfth century and rebuilt In the fifteenth King Johns castle and a portion of tho old town walls Three miles southwest of Limerick Is tho ancient priory of Mungret an establishment of great antiquity It was formerly a celebrated center of learning and Is said to have housed at one time 1500 monks A visit to the city of Limerick Is not worth while unless one visits the broken treaty stone erected at the foot of Thomond Bridge It commemorates tho famous treaty of Limerick signed by the Irish and the Wllllam Ices when the city capitulated after v one of the most heroic defenses in history The treaty was broken by the British as Davis says ere Ink wherewith twas writ could t Limerick Is also adorned by a heroic monument of Its groat defender Patrick Sarsflold In the County Limerick is also Adaro Abbey Adaro is one of the most beautiful places in the Province of Muhster It is rich in ancient archaeological ruins among them those of several religious houses A number Qt these are situated within the beautiful park of the Earl of Dunraven Black Abbey wastitilit In 1279 by John the fist Earl flu Kil dare Nearby Is a castle otrthe Desmonds The late Earl of Dun raven repaired some of these antique buildings so completely that they are- good for centuries to come One of them he appropriated to the Prot estant service another Holy Trimfity or Black Abbey he gave lv rto J Catholic worship It consist of pave and choir and U strmountedby an embattled tower still lit au in cellent state of pfeMrraUbn Olsen tcLlm4rlck wM the outlast realm oC the 0 Donovan and tbe Deearaeitu n i rtV i n t K NTUdKY IRISH AMERICANtl c KENTUCKY IRISH fMRlGfW leveled tto the Social and Noel Mvanceraemeat bt Irish America and Catholics MensYInstitute and Catholic Knights f KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher OBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C BnUred at tht LouUyllle PoitoHlce al SecondClan hatter Addrea all Comer elcatleea tto tire KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Greet St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 31 1910 GREETING Once more does the Kentucky Irish American come forth to greet the old and meet the now at the opening of another year and to wish all Its loyal and faithful patrons a supremely happy and prosperous now year We have tried In nil possible ways to show your apprecla tknof the liberal patronage given us and have at all times used our columns to preach true friendship and to urge any Improvement that would be for the best Interests of Louisville and Kentucky If our efforts have pleased we feel fully repaid for the labor put upon It We can assure our readers that the Kentucky Irish American will be bettor next year than over before and that It will continue to stand up for our people and the merits of the best city In America LOYALTY AND PROSPERITY The closing year has been a good one for the Catholic societies of Louisville They have all made y gains In numbers and If all of them t have not Increased their treasuries It Is because the money was spent In charity The St Vincent do Paul Society has done exceptionally well yet their work Is never ostentatiously advertised The Hibernians and their Ladies Aux iliary the Catholic Knights of America the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America the Catholic Or der of Foresters the Knights of 4v Columbus the Knights of St John the St Josephs Orphans Society and kndred organizations have all done good work The coming of the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue gave a fresh Impetus to the work of the local Catholic societies While they lamented the death of Bishop Mc Closkey they strove as Catholics to strain a point In showing their theirXloyalty to Bishop ODonaghuq by Increasing their good works The year 1911 has bright prospects for them The Kentucky Irish American wishes them a happy and prosperous now year CinjRCII AND CHURCH A couple of weeks ago a correspondent asked the Catholic Advance I to tell him In a few words what was the difference between the Catholic and Protestant churches It made a lain statement which seemed to satisfy him Now It gives an Illus tration of the difference in Wichita Protestant ministers object to Sun day baseball because they say it Is a breach of the commandment to keep holy the Sabbath day They apply to the civil powers of the city to enact a law prohibiting the amusement That Is their method of keeping their people in the narrow path Now the Catholic priests whom the ministers have been nag RIng from time Immemorial about Church and State recognize the need of Sunday rest and rational amusement and after attending to the Sunday worship do not forbid such amusement Again if their boys were Inclined to any unruly games or gave annoyance to others a prohibition from the priests whom they revere as their heavenly ap pointed teachers would put a stop to It at once There Is quite a dif ference between the two systems as IIs evident BAPTISTS ALARMED So great have been the gains made in this country by the Catholic church In recent years that some of V separated brethren have become f Jlte alarmed lest they fall Into the jTlshermattB net Writing In the Baptist World this week the Rev F J Wllkln has this to say That Rome has determined on the conquest of England was affirmed by Cardinal Manning in the following words when speaking to the Roman clergyt fIt Is good for us reverend brothers to be hero in England 1C ever there was a coun trjMn which there is much to do and perhaps fto suffer It Is here I shall n not say too much UIBay that it Is i for ua to subjugateand subdue to I eoiutw and to rule an Imper- ialaWe have tQdo with a will11 whichl reigns throughout the world aU the wUlorold Rome reigned onoe and It Ja for aa to bM11er break that will which aatloas and kingdoms haw fouad invincible and o Inflexible Wire fc ier eoqur lit EhgUai K ifotild be 6onq red I o n tt- u throughout the world All its lines meet here and therefore in England the church of God must be gathered in all Its strength These and similar words would not be very significant by themselves but taken in conjunction with tho Apostolate of Prayer for the conversion of England the seeming manipulation of large sections of the English press the rapid multiplication of monas teries and nunneries In Great Britain all of them sealed against Government inspection the Increase in the Roman educational institu tions and the frequent attempts to influence Parliamentary elections they stem to indicate a subtle per sistent attempt to make up by gain In England for Romes losses In other lands Cardinal Manning has been dead for a number of years but if the Rev Mr Wilkin is to be believed the Cardinals spirit still stalks abroad In the land The Cardinal was not an Englishman but an Irishman and the Irish taught the English all the rules of civilization that any Englishman ever possessed But the editor of the Baptist World follows the Wllkln article with this effusion No it is a mistake Kentucky Baptists have sometimes been mis understood by persons who get their Information at secondhand In an interview given to a newspaper man In England recently and published In the Christian World and Evan gellstDr C Parkes Codman Congregationalist minister of Brook lyn NY had this to say when speaking of Roman Catholicism in America I had rather have an American Roman priest than a big oted High Church English country rector or a bitter narrow Kentucky Baptist Now there Is no disputing about religious tastes any more than about the aesthetic tastes of men and Dr Codman may here have expressed his real prefernces But If the Implication be that ICon tucky Baptists are characteristically narrow and bitter the reverened gentleman Is seriously In error and has done a noble people a grave InjusticeFrom all this one can Judge that the poor benighted Baptists are unduly alarmed over tho prospect of Roman supremacy Red foxes little red school houses Ignorance and Baptists all take to the back woods Is an old adage and the editors of the Baptist World con vince one that the Kentucky Baptists are no exception to the rule How often says the Irish Standard people go to church with neither Rosary nor prayer book and sit gazing listlessly during the sermon The same people would not expect any remuneration If they were to spend their time loafing around the office or shop of their employer Neither should they expect salvation tp be had for going through formalities In a mechanical way Our Indianapolis neighbor the Indiana Catholic does not appear anxious for home rule for Ireland Without cause or reason that paper continually casts doubt and suspicion Upon every act orthe Irish Nationalist party which has the confidence of the masses In the old land and fairminded people every where Start the new year by subscribing for the Kentucky Irish American f THAT CONSISTORY DATE The Rome correspondent of the Buffalo Union and Times declares that notwithstanding all that has been said and written on the date tot the longexpected consistory there is no sign of such a function Indeed there Is not even a word of a consistory at present In Vatican Circles It may be of course that sprIng may bring forth develop ments but there is nothing whatever certain on the question It Is prob able that the recent disturbances In Portugal may have had an influence to defer the great ceremony cape daily a as consistory means so much to Catholic governments In any I vacanciesint three Cardinals all ad Inlneteenand are dangerously 111 Increase much more Plus XJ may find It necessary to waive all objections and hold a consistory straight oft- TRINITY TO INSTALL Trim Counsll will inUll its now offhwr Mxtoftd iAnfcer attaton tlsai wilt bra arcthe nfmberm iI i Q QJ lrw SOCIETY e w9 6sir C Miss Minnie Murray of Clifton Is the holiday guest of her brother Eugene Murray at Latpnla Miss Genevieve Hackott will enter tain a number of her friends at but fet luncheon this afternoon Mrs L G Scanlqn has been entertaining Mrs Lacefield of Bowling Green at her home In Wilder Park Miss Mary Grimes will be hostess to a watch party tonight at her home Eighteenth and Portland ave nueMiss Helen C Corcoran arrived last week from Nazareth and is spending the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs Edward Sullivan and daughter Cordelia have been spend ing tho holidays with their parents at Bowling Green Misses Eleanor Mary Catherine and Madellrie Baldwin aro home from Nazareth Academy for the holiday vacation Miss Theresa McDermott prin cipal of the school at Jeffersontown is spending the holiday vacation at her old home in Paris Mr and Mrs Lawrence Donahue hplis days In Covington the guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Donahue John Donahue of Covington and a former resident of Louisville came to Louisville to attend the funeral of Mrs Honora Cunniff Misses Boniba and Honor Murphy and Ellen Wathon returned last week from Nazareth to be with their parents over the holidays Miss Elizabeth Sheehan of Bloom field has been the guest of Miss Eleanor McPheeters at her home on Cherry street New Albany Among those from this city ryVi spent Christmas In New York were Miss M A Flanagan Miss Maggie Judge Miss D Morrlosy and P Don ovan Miss Loretto Gramling of Indian apolis Is the guest of Miss Stella OConnor Third street who has ar ranged a number of entertainments in her honor attendingRoseweek and is spending the holiday season with his parents Mr and Mrs F A Clegg Edward B Parker left last Sunday night to resume his studies at the Annapolis NaVal Academy after a weeks visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Edward J Parker Mr and Mrs John Ridge of Cloverpoit have been spending the Christmas holidays here as the guest of their mother and sister at Nine teenth and Lytle streets Miss Mary Nevitt will return next week from a holiday visit to her parents Mr and Mrs John Nevitt at Irvington to resume her studies at Sacred Heart Academy Miss Corlnne Lyons will leave tomorrow for Bloomfield where she will be the guest of honor at a Now Years dance Before returning she will visit Taylorsvlllo and Bards town Mends Mr and Mrs John D Beck West Broadway have had as their guests during the holidays Miss Eva Deck who is a pupil at Nazareth and John Harvey Beck a student at Rose Polytechnic Institute Miss Margaret Boslor who is at tending school at the Sacred Heart Academy returned Saturday and Is spending the holidays with her par ents Mr and Mrs Edward J Bosler 1325 Highland avenue William J Norton one of the most widely known commercial travelers In the Southern States has returned from a threemonths trip and Is spending the holidays with his fam ily on South Fifth street Miss Bessie Donahue of St Louis Is the guest of Miss Mary Ridge at her home on East Broadway The fair visitor will be the honor guest at many entertainments before returning to the Mound CityIPaul Doherty Stanley Newhall and Adolph Waller who have been spending the holidays with their rel ames will leave the first of next week for Ann Arbor where they are attending Michigan University Richard Ramstein will leave Mon day to resume his studies at Mt St Francis Preparatory School after spending the holiday vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Ramstein 402 South Twentyfourth street J1 Pink Cuneo and sisters Misses Kato and Mary Cuneo have returned after a threemonths trip to Europe They visited England France Switzerland and Italy and while in Rome had an audience with the Pope Harry Lanahan who returned last tweak from Birmingham spend the holidays hero was the honor guest at a dance at Trinity Council club houQ Tuesday evening and a stag party gives by his mother Wednes day and tonight he wlllbe tendered at banquet at the Galt House Invitations are being received for tM marriage of Arthur Tracy and MlM NelHe Hinton of Jetf rikmviUe which wilt be Mletnalied next month etiurckWlthtlle1nJOha Jt1ata4helrW4 r I C- cc J the society events of the winter season Miss Helen Osborno entertained a J number of her friends In a most j ilollghtful manner Wednesday eve ping at her homo on the boulevard I The evening was devoted to vocal and Instrumental music games and I I ISCENE FROM NEXT WEEKS ATTRACTION AT THE AVENUE dancing followed by a dainty supper covers being laid for twentyfour The lair hostess was assisted in receiving by her mother Mrs William Osbornc One of the happiest of tho Christmas gatherings was manyII the residence of Mr and Thomas D ClInes In Grainger Court who entertained with a bounteous family dinner Their guests were Mrs Mary Clines Mr and Mrs Wdll lam M HiggIns Mr and Mrs James Noonan Mr and Mrs John D Gray Misses Hattie Higgins Mary Clines ilaymo Noonan Margaret Higglns 1I Cunningham John Clines and Joseph and Frank His gins FATHER ROCK Regaining His Health at St Josephs Infirmary The many friends of Rev R M J Rock the beloved rector of the Cathedral and ono of the most widely known priests In the Southern States Were deeply grieved when It became known Wednesday that he had suffered a general breakdown and had been removed from the rec tory to St Jogephs Infirmary Father Rock has been In rather poor health for over a year but refused to give up his arduous duties at the Cathedral until forced to do so In addition to his manifold duties lie has personally supervised All the Improvements made at the Cathedral during the past two years a work of itself sufficient to tax the strength of a much stronger man Christmas morning Father Rock exhibited signs of weakness but no alarm was felt until Tuesday when a heavy cold Developed Since Us removal to St Josephs there has been a favorable change in his condition and we are rejoiced to be able to state that with a needed and deserved rest he will be soonre stored to his flock LAID TO REST J Herman Buddeke seventysix years old a highly respected German citizen of Louisville and veteran of the civil war died of oenillty at his home 522 East Broadway last Sat urday Mr Buddeke had beep ill since the death of his wife nine months ago but his condition did October to his bed A change1 for the worse came suddenly Friday night and he died Saturday afternoon with members of the family at the bedside threedaughtersPaducah Mrs Joseph Schtldt of Louisville Miss Alice Buddeke and two sons Henry and Charles Bud deko also of Louisville The fu neral services were held Tuesday morning from St Boniface church and the remains were Interred be side those of his wife in St Louis cemetery S ARCHBISHOPS JUBILEE The Catholics and many other citizens of Minnesota are already making preparatlona for an appro priate celebration of the sacerdotal Jubilee of Archbishop Ireland which Archblahop priesthood fortynine years ago and has been a Bshop thirtylive year Only three members of the Roman Catholic hierarchy in the United States ar older than the jt Paul prelate in ppfat of aarrlce They are ofcBalt1mortJBIoIhop Archbishop Ryeof Pfclladeljpfcla v I I 7 COUNTY BOARD MEETING I The now County Board A 0 H will meet next Tuesday eovntng at Bertrand Hal having been called to gether by County President Joseph P Lynch who will appoint the reg ular standing committees and will also place before the board the man I celebratingStofficers of Divisions 3 and 4 will evenIngleountyforward their lists of newly elected flvlsion officers SUJIPIIISED Sterling Democrats Taken Unawares by Friends Friends of Frank Mcdrath and iWharfmaster Frank Dugan remem bered them very handsomely at Christmas The two Franks have been close friends for years and their admirers wished to treat them alike Each received a handsome sliver service of 160 pieces Competent art critics pronounce the services the handsomest that ever prooontatlons respectlvGtammes goofortuneDuganhaveracy and for their friends They have given freely of time money and advice The silver is only an earnest of better things In store for them during the years to come None deserve more from friends than Dugan and McGrath KASTS1 NIGHT TO SHINE Branch 92 C K and L of A gavo a euchre at Trinity Hall on Wednes day night The attendance was large and all present enjoyed themselves ThQ gold handled umbrella offered for the gentleman selling the greatest number of tickets was won by AndreW Kasl and his sister Mrs Matt Cunnlff won the ladles umbrella Mrs Dave Welsh won a- very handsome clock and Mrs An drew Kast won the first euchre prize a handsome gold ring Quite a nice sum was realized and will bo devoted to a worthy and charitable purpose NUNS TRANSFERRED During the new year Mother Aloysla Hewett will have charge of the Good Shepherd Convent at Eighth and Walnut streets a refuge for colored girls She has been con nected with the order for thirty years and most of her tlmo has been spent at the Institution at Twenty third and Bank streets Sister Aloysla will be assisted by Mother Mary of the same order Mother Thomas and Mother Francis XavIer who have been In charge at Eighth and Madison streets have been transferred to Indianapolis GLAD GREETINGS Will Burke a former active mem ber of Mackln Council Is spending the Christmas holidays with his par cuts Mr and Mrs Michael J Burke of Belgravla Mr Burke la a student ta St Patricks College Columbus Ohio and is studying for eventuallybecome ard Meany O P Is President of St Patricks College and through Mr Burke sent his best regards to all Ala friends In Louisville espe cially his old friends In Limerick LEXINGTON Rev Martin Deteney assistant pastor otst Pauls church at Lexington who fell 5s the Ice while leftabOtllder11MOhtmof eJNueciaMpita f- itIfrt j DRJe TCHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING ISCIENTIFIC Celled For and Delivered I Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET 11 I KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Thoro are 200 members in tire council at Bololt Wls With 500 Knights present Council 1516 has been Instituted at North field Minn A class of seventyfive will re ceive the second degree next week at Dunkirk N Y The Knights of Milwaukee propose holding laymens retreats in a differ cat parlsh each year Milwaukee Knights number among their members thirtythree priests thirtyone lawyers fortysix doctors and twelve school principals and teachersDenver Knights will compose the floor committee at the annual char Sty ball to be given for the St Vin cent Orphanage The first degree was conferred on a good class last week at Washing ton Ind The second and third will be exemplified in the early spring Thirtysix members were elected at the last meeting of Denver Council The first degree will be exem plified tonight and the second and third tomorrow afternoon WITH TIlE SICK MaryChawkJohn T and William Chawk will be rejoiced to learn that she Is now convalescent at Sts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital and that it will not be long until her health Is fully re storedWe are also glad to learn that Joseph Burke who has been critically 111 at his home on Cawthon street continues to Improve and hisl attendants now entertain hopes for hisrecovery NUNS VISIT PARENTS Ulster Antoninus of the Domini can order and a former member of spendIng parents Mr and Mrs John Morlarity of 9C2 South Sixth street She was formerly Miss Minnie Morlarlty and is a cousin of two other members of the Dominican or der Sister Alexia and Sister Dolarlta daughters of Mr and Mrs lllmothy OSulllvan of Seventh and St Catherine streets HAPPY UNION Miss Agnes Francis the accom plished daughter of Mr and Mrs Mike Francis 1900 Portland avenue JoinedInrectoryTheMonon locomotive engineer and his marriage was a surprise to his nu merous friends After the honey moon the happy couple will make their home In South Louisville BLESSING OF STATIONS The handsome Stations of the Way of tho Cross that adorn St Cecilias new church will be solemnly blessed eveningTheof St Bonifaces Convent will offi elate at the blessing and preach the sermon This will put the completing touch to St Cecilias and the pastor Rev Father A J Brady is correspondingly happy WAS LOUISVILLE BOY John L MCCloskey of New York a former Louisville man was elected AugustaAitkon ation at a special meeting held In New York City on December 12 1910 McCloskey Is also a member of the Board of Directors Ho is a frequent visitor to Louisville where his parents still resido- REVERENDI VISITOR Tho Rev Father S A Holleran pastor of the Catholic mission at Irvlngton was a welcome visitor to Louisville this week He is hale and hearty and wishes all his friends In this city a happy new year Father Holleran paid his respects to the office of the Kentucky Irish American during his brief sojourn FORTY nouns Tomorrow the Forty Hours prayer will begin at St Michaels church on Brook street and will como to a solemn close on Tuesdir Rev Farther OConnor will be as brotherpriestsdecorations will remain during these beautiful devotions SPOKE AT ST LOUIS Hon Edward J McDermott of this city was one of the principal speakers before the American Political Science Association in St Louis Wednesday afternoon HIs paper Delays and Reversals on Criminal commendedSolicitor General of the United McChesneydfChicagoPLLASANT SURPRISE Alderman Ben J Brumkve was I given a moat pleaaM1t turprlM lastt teaIorj I 110 7Ut7 ULBYS Wednesl1ayNIghts Francis Wilson in The Bachelor Baby I I NIghtsIMrs Fiske in Becky Sharp I NEW THE MATINEES Sunday Tuesday Thursday Saturday 15 and 25 AVENUE Starting Sunday Mat Remodeled Allii Refurnished HewII Jan IIAll I THE ROSARY 7Nil1htN 13 25 5O and 75 HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville AND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday contin uous CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre productionshistoric Give your boys an education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Brother Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory De Wel1UqulppedGymnasium WC CUNNINGHAM II A HICKS WILLARD 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and Religious Article- sOr JBVJERT DEMORIPTICm 434 West Jefferson Street PRIVATE HOSPITAL i ANDiThe Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforI epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINf1- RRCY HOSPITAL Sjtarki Anne Jefftrienvlll IIr1 HERR lANN BROS a u IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS I DWiU sand Wholesale Deal ers la Fioett Brands of Kes tacky WhtakiM especially Pearl 6f Nelsoni BOTTLKDINJIOJtlD t44 aphses iHi 214 SIXTH ITRKTl o n n GET YOUR BARGAINS AT TIlE WINTER Shoat Pork House OUR THIRD SEASON Price List of BeefAli Choice Cutsn I Round Steak lOc Sirloin Steak lOc Teabone Steak lOc Clubhouse Steak lOc j Rib Steak lOc Chuck Steak 3 Ibs 25c Porterhouse Steak lOc 12JcChoiceAll cuts of Pork per lb 12C Odds and Ends perlb Sc Country Sausage lOc per lbII Preston St near Lynn I 1 L thearn1 Shortgage of fully 10000 Operatorsjj on account of 8hourlawand exten glue wireless developments We operate under direct supervision of Telegraph Officials and positively qualifiedWrite J PhiladelphiaMemphis S C Portland Orecc CENTRAL FURNITURE CO j Incorporated 1 N W Cor Third and Green Sis j We furnish the home com plete on easy payments WM CALLAOHAN Mgr Sales Dept KANSAS PRAIRIE CIIURCH Five miles from a railroad on the crest of a billow of the prairie atI the edge of the little settlement of St Benedicts in the Leavenworth diocese State of Kansas is this stone church that cost 90000 A prosperous community of German farmers built it paid the bills and dedicated It in 1903 It is a churc that would be an ornament to any fashionable city boulevard The iin terior is in keeping with the rest ot the plans Tho windows of stained glass were imported from Europe The mural paintings were made ban artist who crossed the ocean and half a continent for this particular Job The nearest tows is Seneca five miles southwest Benedictine Fathers are in charge of the parish and three Benedictine Sisters direct tho school IGOOD FRUIT CAKE Three cups of sugar one brown two white one cup of butter elx teaapoonfulA of l a I I two teaapoonfulfl oi cinnamon one teaspoonful of nutnleg one pou of currants two pounds of ec imtalnB one pound of dates or dedII I one lemon grate yellow and use juice three cups of crackers rolled I fine one cup of sour milk one and onehalf teMpoonfuli of aleratus onehalf pound of walnut add on 1 1 cup of iflour and omehalf pound ofIt 1IIn1andaxe Front when ready to TIM It Aye iM t a place of paper over hake tor ihe first tfareevuainteni tff an bouT to prerwvt bard orut trim Roratflaer at top of ttslc u DDt i c yl APPRECIATES Our Efforts to Show Up the A P A Bigots Here Is one that speaks for itself Oxford Md December 26 1910 Kentucky Irish American Louisville Ky Gentlemen Enclosed find onei dollar for renewal of my subscription to your valuable paper I think you are doing a good work In fighting the A P A bigots Keep up the good work Respectfully yours Box 92- Evidently the above gentleman from Maryland appreciates the throwing of the calcium light on the members of the Junior Order and Uncle Sams Boys who have been endeavoring to fight their fellow Catholic citizens In the dark but yelp when they are hit by seeing their names In print and their occupations and residences Very few employers care to have this class of unde sirables In their employ especially the kind with the pronounced foreign names who have been guilty of shouting down with the foreigners and plotting behind closed doors There will again be a repetition of the last A P A spasm those that bolonged falling all over themselves to deny their membership while the crafty pbliticans who used them for dupes stand by and deny ac quaintance even TRIENNIAL MeetingofXaverlan Broth erhood Held Last Tuesday In accordance with their custom ot meeting triennially anddiscussln tho progress made In the past three years and plans for the future a large number of Xaverlan of the American Province represent ing every school academy and college of the order in the Unite- States assembled at Mount St Jo sephs College in Old Frederick road near Baltimore on Tuesday Tho Rev Brother Isadore President of the Provincial Chapter presided Among the reports of Interest submitted was one to the effect that the Xaverian Brothers of the local Prov- Ince have just completed the pur chase of Leonard Hall in Leonard town tho property being bought from the Jesuit Fathers at tha place Tho final deeds of tho newly acquired property ere signed by tho contracting parties at Mount St Josephs College Tho site of the now school overlooks St Marys river near Leonardtown and consists of 120 acres those attending from Louisville were Brother Pius of St Lawrence Institute and Brother James of St Xavlers College NEW YORKS DEBT New York Citys Indebtedness is IItheII for each inhabitant I I ATTRACTIVE MONASTERY I I U The new monastery of Blessed i Gabriel for the Passionist Fathers fis now nearing completion In the ctt I l islai building situated on an elevation j at commands a view of the surII tt country for miles is an ob i ject that attracts attention from far J and wide AMONG CATHOLIC WOMEN I To the Syracuse Catholic Sun Iit is most gratifying to note the r vival among Catholic women They j appear to be lilting themselvesjj out of the card and dance rut an j climbing to a higher plane In Louisville in Boston in Buffalo fisMilwaukee and other centers women have organized successful clubs fo intellectual advancement and social1 1I activity That paper frequently has contended that there is not enough sociability among Catholics TheseI womens clubs should go a long way toward remedying this unfortunate condition TILE HAITI DEATH One strange fact stands out in t experience of priests The grace a holy and happy death seems reserved for those who have served God faithfully during life A sudden death seems to be the retributive punishment meted out to those who have lived in a chronic state of enmity with God This is particularly true of open or public sinners They are called out of the world suddenly Prevhea t their receiving tho last sacraments i and this is also true to a large extent of those whose vicious hob are known only to themselves and God They have had their chance ofYit They have spurned grace dur arl nd1 their terrorstricken efforts to turn to Him when death is near bear all1 the outward appearance of failure Whilst no than can presume to sit In judgment upon anothers Ute and the old church like a true and tender mother gives her erring children the benefit of every doubt yet her teaching on this matter is all summed up in the terrible words As a man lives so shall he die From the standpoint of humanl reason the logical ending of a sinfulI alndl separation from God IVEln LIKELY A The case concerneda will and an Irishman a witness I iietlawyer fta the habit ot talking to IJ1lm eUwhenho was alone I dont mow was the reply 1I moms you dont knowandI1 II k1U1maWell Mr Mid Pat4rl1T I nver LMpeud tetMcwMtit rrhea he tram oleo I u c rJ I eJ SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets at Fals CityHall on First andII Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Murphyltecordfng P LawterIFinancial SecretaryThos J Dolan 2129 Portland avenue TreasurerThomas Keenan Sr Sergeant at ArmsLouis Roller SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third r1dl1yned Mens Hall First and Market President C J FordTVice President Raymond Barrett Recording SectetaryWllllam T M JfcFinancial Jno J IIeane hIG07Treasurer Joseph Lynch Sergeant at ArmsrDavid M Murphy Sentinel Wflllam Nash- DIVISION t 3 MeAts MondaysNlneteenthaud PreFtdentPatrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas JUevens Financial SecretaryJohn G lies stun 1710 Baird Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArms Jnmes P Stevens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyViceLynchfinancial Lan OakgSecretaryDJRI11ly JsTreasurerIlarry Brady CallaghangI Outside Sentinel Michael McDer nott Y 2VI I I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Erenings at Clu House 344 North Twentysixth KenneyFirst ACasperPrealdentThomat s Bachman Recording Secretary Robert Os jorne Corresponding Secretary =Willjam Link Financial SecretaryFrank G dams TreasurerDan Weber Marshal Joseph Bartsch Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart 1 PAY YOUR TAX Bills will be mailed to the tax payers of this city jnext week and all who pay before February 10 will peIr reducedIper cent penalty will be added DROP IT YjThe endlesschain prayer worker In business again Copies of an prayer have been sent to Louisville ladles The authorities of the Catholic church do not countenance these endless chain effusions No attention should be paid to it OWEXSBORO George E Medley President o Cornepany one of the best know- usinessb men of Owensboro died of Sdfor seevral years engaged In the distillery business at Bardstown Ho survived by his wife and seven MrrMedley was of a most amiable and charitable disposition and his death Is a distinct loss to the city and State REFUSES A SALARY Cranston R I has a Mayor whoI refuses to accept any compensation for his services Cranston is the hotallowingMayorot 1000 Mayor Sullivan declared that it the motion were passed he would veto it and It tho then passed it he would not accept the money anyway At Mayor Sullli Tans request the motion was wit drawn WORTHY EUCHRE laThe Young Ladles Euohre CI will give a euchre Jn St school hall on the afternoon d evening of Friday January 13 T games will be called of 230 and 830 oclock sharp Admission will be only twentyfive cents The prizes will be both numerous and1 handsome SELECT DANCE The Pastime Drill Company Is pro atItucky streets on the night of Tues day January 31 A candy pulling willl be given from 2 until C oclock The committee arranging the affair Is composed of Mesdames Lee Schrader jT Fraeger M Herret Misa A Gowman and William li WKten auer Lee Schrader A Bloom F j How F Wlttenauer R Cooraea aad Joseph Lucken POTATOES AND CELERY To six raw pot sliced In theI usual mtmnter add a medium sliced onion and three stalks of celery slicedl rather fine Salt le ad fry to Hot olive oil or h n1 1oarMlJ e o1 IVM tb dried pWtotai a dl1d ILaMtaid Utw have t- aW rtd I 1 JttkleClotpe 4t s ttn1 nf MACKIN COUNCIL Invites Public to Witness Its Installation Mot day Night Mackin Council Y M I Invites the general public to witness the Installation of Its officers for the coming year on Monday night at time club house on Twentysixth street The exercises will be in charge of exPresident Robert T Burke and the State degree team and will be very Interesting In addition there will be an excellent musical and literary programme for the enter tainment of the audience and some dshort but eloquent addresses Tho meeting this week was held night and was largely devoted to preparations for the 1 in stallatlon above referred to and th bYe on Washingtons birthday when the membership contest will be closed Rival teams of fifteen mem bers each ate waging an earnest con test and promise to bring In a class as largo as any that has ever beeni Iiccelvcd President JoKh Kenney an nounced the death of Constantino Canova and upon motion the charter was ordered draped and a committee appointed to draft resolutions s expressing the sorrow felt and sympathy for tho bereaved parents It quesLion dition to the club house would bo voted upon at the meeting to be het reportedthatmade for the coming euchre which I beldInI JUG TIM Provides Christmas Dinner For Thousands of Poor On the Now York Bowery ont DigTini and unfortunates in the rooms of the Timothy D Sullivan Association Timb othy D Sullivan Christmas feast Dig Tim throw open the doors himself at 11 oclock There woreI thlengthj toteedwere no chairs for It was a atand u 0p dinner although there was foet aplenty and a stringed orchestra playing It took exactly fifteen min BoweryItesi t out As they passed out each man tobaccocardInstructing PresentsfloponMondayne thebearerpairs of heavy socks FACTIONISTS REPUDIATED i whichIrelandOBrtettlttactfottiets k brings cheer not only to Irish Ni tlonallsts at home but to Ireland a well wishers In every part of tllIglobe Treason to tho National cause has been rebuked In a manner which demonstrates that the Iris i people will have none of It Tho decisive manner In which factlonism bltheus that the treason Blamunderstood by the Irish people anJ iAGREAT PARISH SCHOOL St Catherine of Genoas School Now York City unquestionably one of time most conspicuous in the RightRevcost 105000 and has an assembly hall that will seat 5000 persons FOUND RILEY i You have beefsteak of course1 he queried as toe entered the b stepOfAnd beefsteak Is good to tako he color out of a black eye1 aThe best thing In the world Good Save two pounds for Riley What Riley 11The Riley two blocks down Im going down to black both his optics Hell probably call In half an hour Good evening hIn twenty minutes the man was bank with this coat In rags his collar gone this nose bleeding and bot eyes puffing up askedubconds sirhOPTIMISM paralyzetheI l body asa dark gloomy discouragedl mental attitude No great creativeI work can be done by a man who is not an optimist The human min can not accomplish grdat work unless the banner of hope goes Jn advance A man will follow this hanger whori money friends reputation every thing else has gone STALE BREAD A loaf of stale bread can bo wrapped Jn a wet towel placed In a steamer and steamed tender ColdI beltOflsted1 I hastily dip them Into water placo fIn a bread plan and heat in the bvenjI Very old bread should be grumbledI and added to breakfast cakes and served with maple syrup Old tread broken into small pieces rand damp enftd vHb milk makes a good pud din pissed In alteraatRlayera wit s eIapples Dot ritk bdttarctI 1Of III nutmeg rMpt4a em with r11f and bate Asold bread arcIF I r FRANK FEHR 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WashingtonI Ind are arranging for a county In- Itiation In the early spring and a proper observance of St Patricks dayThe Hibernians of New York City have elected Peter E Murphy i Grand Marshal of the St Patricks day parade which Is expected to eclipse all past ones Division 3 will hold the first meeting of the new year Monday nightt The officers request all the members to be present to hear the retorts and review of the past years work Edward J Fogarty recently ads I pointed Warden of the Indiana State Prison and who served eight years as Mayor of South Bend Is a Pro sitnent and popular member of the Ancient Order At a largely attended social session of Division 2 of Indianapolis County President Maurice Donnelly was presented with a handsome all1 ver mounted gavel In recognition of his long service as President of the divisionThe Ladles Auxiliary will Install their officers Wednesday night every member should be there to take part in the exercises which will surpass any yet witnessed in this city A most enjoyable evening is promisedPresidents Ford and Cole will do splendid work for the Ancient Order in Jeffersonvlllo They are hustlers and popular with the younger men who must bo relied upon to carryon the work of tho order which has I done much for the men of that city In retiring fromoffice Miss Rose Sweeney President of the Ladles Auxiliary will carry with her love and best wishes of every mem bar Her administration has been one of marked success and ends with an increased membership and treasuryDivision 42 of Now York City holds one open meeting each month Two Initiations and a number ol applications were features of the last meeting of the Denver division The local envisions will install their officers this month and then for earnest work The next meeting of Division 2 promIses It will be tho first in the new quar dwayPresIdentfeel confident that the change will result In a greatly Increased membership before the end of tho year Tuesday night Division 1 will meet at Falls City Hall when the members are expected to turn out In full force This division has made an ex cellent showing and overcame obstacles during the nast year and President Tom Walsh can retire wJtli the satisfaction of having directed Its affairs faithfully and well It is hoped that he retires only to step higher SPLENDID MOVEMENT PLANNED The Rev Father Xavier Sutton 0 P the great missioner to Catholics addressed the Louisville Council oftthe Knights of Columbus on Wednesday night and he was heard with the greatest interest He advocated the establishment hero of a Catholic Converts League Ills suggestions met the approval of the cquncll and If mass meeting of Catholics will be held to further oon suet tho movement on Sunday Jan Q rY8 The hall will bee announced later In his address Father Sutton told the Knght how they could mc convpllsh crkga Odand how fiWMtry the work was In Kentucky I IflJRY IIASTENRD D ATP Martin WvItd sl t four YiIW da ifelll boSwa eropUxrt of Itet hbulMno lfstlr6r lk asiitrad t riled oil iattfniay of lat w kMbia f 0 J JOJ1 D jf residence 1907 Maple street Sev i oral months ago Mr Gary was run 6t down by an automobile at Ninth and t Broadway and It is thought the insjuries ho then received have T hastened his death Surviving him Hare his wjfo Mrs Catherine Cary and two sons Martin and John CarY The funeral took place Mon 1lday morning from the Sacred Heart church the Rev Father Patrickj I Walsh officiating at tho solemn re quiem services and preaching a s most feeling sermon on iffo and death XS I cc TilE ROSARYs Story of Next Weeks Play s at the Avenue Theater s The following is the story of The Rosary which comes to the Avenue next week Bruce Wilton has amassed a for tune which he has lavished on his wife Vera Their household Is a I happy one but into it creeps a 1I10tes of menace No one hears It at first save Father Kelly a priest the former s tutor of Bruce Quietly hoIssgoes to work with his sharpened tense to find tho person who isI causing tho adverse influence il1 theI I household Almost on the verge of discovering the cause calamity descends upon ithe Wilton house Bruces fortune is swept away andI In such a manner that he believesI his wife the cause of his ruin Hus I band and wife are separated the home is destroyed and yet the cause of all this disaster is unknown Father Kelly with a faith thatt moves mountains goes on quietly ItbneI of those he loves Ho solves the91 mystery and lets the white light o truth into the minds that have darkened by evil More than ho finds the one who has beenIi1 I the misery and restores the 1 Tho Rosary is probably the most successful play of the year It having recently closed a three months ruin III Chicago and Is now creating con siderable comment in New York City where It Is playing at Harden Theater theII A special matinee is announced for Monday January 2 This play has been approved by the Catholic press and clergy and laymen Of it the Rev John Mar tin of De Paul University thus writes The Rosary Is powerful 11I went to critlze it but I soon forgot every principle of criticism in ad miration and enJoyment- s John L Sheridan Lecturer of the Knights of Columbus had this t say after witnessing the play I Chicago The impersonation of the priest showing his human sympathy by his desire to help all with whom he came in contact regardless of creed Is very acceptable to one of my faith JIACAULEXS Francis Wilson In The Bachelors Baby a delightful comedy Is booked for Macauksya next week t be followed by Mrs Fisko In Becky Sharp arole that she has made famous These notable attractions are but a forerunne of good that will mark the latter halt of the present season MOTION PICTURES dFor next week the Casino anIda Orpheum have secured special mov ing pictures which promise a num ber of pleasing surprises The films are all first run and have never been seen here The pictures will present some entirely now scenic dramatic and comedy views and are certain to meet with approval There will be the Usual changes and latest illustrated song hits HOPKINS THEATER Tho Non Years bill at the Hope kins Theater will prove an agreeable surprise to tho patrons of that popular amusement house All of the vaudeville turns are of the highest class and some of them create much laughter The musical numbers are also entirely new and the singing equal to any heard here this season Moving pictures will open and close the performance There will be an entire change of bill on Thursday I MASONIC When Margaret Illington comes t the Masonic Theater tho first three nights of next week her arrange ment includes the production of two most successful plays Tho Whirl Wind and The Encounter The Whirlwind has been Miss Illlng SeptemberAlthough never been seen In America It will have its first presentation In this country during Miss Illlngtons stay in Louisville IYnOTHI DOING WELL Reports from Beljovuo and Knottsvlllo bring good nows to the Grand officers of the Young Mens 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takes of herrings in Ballins kelligs Bay On fine days the num ber of herrings to each boat averaged about seven thousand- In the Counties of TIpperary ani Limerick much regret is expressed at ofowhirlntook place at a Limerick hospital At the Munster Assizes Justly Kenny said there was mo case front tho city of Waterford and only one case from the county The Judge complimented Waterford on Its free dour from crime A disastrous fire occurred at Newry resulting In the complete de structlon of an extensive block oft buildings belonging to Roberto Sands Henry Thompson Co and the spacious premises of the Newry Reporter the property of Joseph Wrights Balbriggan Town Commissioners have unanimously elected A Gra ham as Chairman of the board In room of the late Patrick T Cumlsky Joseph Toole of Killeen near Mountmelllck was recently killed by falling tree while ho was tree fell Ing on his own farm At Rathkealo Patrick and Thomas Cowhey were remanded and James Cowhey was discharged alt three being accused of being concerned 1In the death by stabbing of James Cow hey at Croagh Richard Cotter deposed of hearing the deceased say- Ie that Patrick CoWhey had stabbed himThe death has taken place at ShroQve County Sllgo of Mrs Mar igaret Finn Who had attained th remarkable ago of 101 years an Who retained possession of all her faculties to the end She was a fluent Irish speaker and could recount many stirring tales of her young days in a most Interesting manner Patrick Morrissey a farmer resld ing in the Slate quarries district at Ahehna about four miles from Car rckonSulr was drowned recently In the river Llnawn which flows through the district It Is believed that he missed his way when pro rivertovery dangerous where the body was found With regret the Democrat an nounced the death of one of the oldest residents of Dundalk In the person of Owen Gogarty which oc curred at his residence FrancisI street where for half a century past ho had carried on a successful business as 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