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Digital page images are linked to the text file. alit rf i rC J T j t t f 1 Sr- Fr 11v 31 7 1 v t J i r f i t IA fH p r 7 hy Ye y- L yr PBI r r S VOLUME XXVI NO 2 r LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 14 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS J Jr I BREAK j A- In tiieTory Ranks GrQ tttt to Caatpalgnof2liblr J Opponent- sIr1ahWlllSafesunrd E1i T j1 1 Religious Liberty Under Homo Rule i r DlaYlf3e t an Early and Easy Settlement ot the Veto Question REDMONDS USEFUL SERVICE Though there arc Indications cables T P OConnor to the Chicago Tribune ot the coming fierce politi cal struggle when Parliament re opens In the end of January all topics for the moment are sub merged by the recent battle in Stepney In which all of the military forces In London were called out to capture a house held by two bandits Turning to the political situation the Liberal and Irish prospects are even brighter by the renewed and even fiercer hostilities between the different sections of the Tories A J BalfoUra sidetracking of tariff re form Is bringing daily an Increased division ape personal unpopularity inihla own party The Liberals now calculate that there are lye differ Bat sections In the Tory ranks Tim confusion ds made worse by the inci dents at the byelections In Lincoln shire caused by the death of a Peer and the removal of his heir lix the 1 House of Lords The Tory candi date opened the campaign by announcing he was not fighting the election or the tariff but on the constitutional Issue In other words this candidate adopted the policy ot Balfour and tried to sidetrack the tariff A storm of repudiation burst upon his head from tho tariff camp and though the unfortunate candi date attempted to withdraw his unhappy manifesto the storm still ragesThe Morning Post as usual leads thhe BntlBalfour campaign and It prints a letter from Edward Gould Ing the young energetic Irishman jftfciYl tkJ t ilkltd etth jfii 1l protectionist Section of the Tories In which Balfour policy Is Indirectly denounced as cowardly and as reduc ing the Tories to jugglers and tricksters Jesse Colllngs Aupten Chamber lain s most devoted lieutenant jjoins the fray by denouncing the F Trade Unionists particularly Lo George Hamilton who resigned high office In the Balfour as a protest against the adoption b Balfour of Chamberlains protectionist policy Hamilton retorts b a vicious fling at the Chamberlain section as of no Importance II These discordant voices will weaken the Tories In the approach lag fight over the veto and may I load to an early and easy settlement ji of that controversy While the fiery backwoodsmen still call out NoI surrender and Invite Premier As qulth to create his 500 new Peers I perIcelvoI If forced on Asquith will confer on I final weapon for destroying car11ylngI liberal reforms It would give him f House of Lords whore the Liberal would hold for the first time In hls tory an overwhelming majority bij present forecast Is that all of then II events are forcing Balfour to rally reIformI House of Lords veto and flnaUy II concentrating on the fight against home rule II This antiIrish cry plays the part In English politics ot the bloody shirt cry In the years after the civil war In America and already the Irish Toryism Is fiercely active be cause It Is seriously alarmed at the prophesying of civil war and the ap gearing of tho No Popery senti I ment Redmond does useful service this wek by the article showing nearly halt of Ulster Is Catholic a home rule and by renewing h1 pledge often given before that the Irish party will welcome every sate guard asked for the protection religious liberty and absolu equality of all roods under home rule RECEIPTS INCREASING The returns from tho Society for thou Preservation of the Faith Among Indian Children for 1910 Show a gain over the receipts of the preceding year The returns have been from membership fees 102C8C2 from special aipneal o the buteau 1104096 from the Marquette League 2507 from the Society for the Propagation of the Faith 384073 a grand total of 2765731 This shows an In crease in the gross receipts of 4617468 for 1910 KNIGHTS BRANCHING OUT KnightsColumbus San Juan Porto Rico by Past Barretttie Yy of and State Deputy Daniel J Griffin of Jtw York city Who bive lee- derattsed n by the Supreme Council to 4tM tt 4b order on the Wind+ Albert J M Cartlh1a11 df trra cur + nd Thomta F Honttay of p- L o c 1 t Ofswegovire t80onrt e Efate Dep utys staff The State Chaplain I U lthetFarreU was in charge I6yrtywhlch sailed from Now Y8tIlist week The Right Roy BlsbopJoneB of Porto Rico Is much iatereetedin the establishment of the society In his diocese The khfetits from the United States will spend a week in sightseeing and will return to Now York on January r23 c l1A YEN COUNCIL oj t I Prepare Ppr Active Enter prises During Coming IVIontnsi Af 4 rPresident Samuel L Robertson was greeted by several hundred members of the Y ML when he opened Mackin Councils meeting on Monday night Four members wereI reported 111 Dan Quill being In serious condition while James Calm back and Will Shaughnessy were Improving It was one of the brief I est of Macklns meetings and adjourned early Rev Father Philip Brady a recent arrival from Ireland announced his Intention of joining Mackin Council I Dan Weber for years Treasurer of Mackln Council presented his last report It showed that he had handled something more than 27000 during his terms In office that every cent was accounted for and that notwithstanding last years heavy expense he was able to turn oyer a nice sum to the council treasury The report showed that In point of receipts 1910 was tliebig gest yetII It was announced that Mackin would give a euchre on the evening attarlionJIaoklns social club which Is to otakebe known as the Toklo dance so as to show Mackin in Japans Three prizes are to be awarded the ladles i wearing costumes most appropriate to the occasion President Robertson announced his standing committees for the year and named fifteen delegates to the Catholic Federation It was Il also decided to repeat the operatic success ot past years a committee being appointed with Thomas D Clines as Chairman IRISH CHURCH Another Gem Added to the j1f r1 e il sof 1fJ1j Rone For more than a year the ChurchI of St Patrick In Rome has been i rising silently but quickly and majestically from Its foundations In thatrdoaf city unaware of tho readylfor thyI I y o se ecclesiasticalI1architectureThe facade is mainly of iTlvoli travertine an ample portal rich1 in pilasters and columns sur representingStirom the Pope and flanked by two niches destined to contain theIstatues StIbylelghtthe portal and running across th whole front Is a large frieze of carved arabesques and upon this nthsp lcenter s to be seen the Pontiffjlargoe Is byIthe middle over the great window iis a mosaic representing St Patrick Inf theIedifice rises an Irish cross In carved stone Tho length of the church in cluding the ample vestibule Is about 175x78 feet MUCH TO CHARITY The late George L Fox a well1 known nonCatholic of Brooklyn darende c institutions The estate Is value I at 1500000 nearly all of whlc wlll go to charitable Institutions Mrtotions amount to 185000 APPOINTED PROVINCIAL 1 Very Rev James A Rockllff S J has been appointed Provincial of CallItornlaI I the Jesuit communities on the Pacific coast Father Rokllff suc Hermanf J denly A few weeks ago He is fifty eight years old and a native of England He was appointed some years ago by Pope Plus X to pre pare for the establishment of a Jesuit university In Toklo FIFTY GULDEN YEARS Friends of Sister Do Chantal of Naiaretath I goldene9 prospective Jwbljarlan Is one of the oldest members of her order I has held many poaltlonirot trust ridElItOM of the preoaptbri orttary MB r life oleLtstedI alotrrea maw 1 Madame NavarroI I rn I n- K t PATRIOTS Who Are Redeeming Louisville Public Schools + Arc A P Afl i t Chancellor Bliiglmm Seems to VHaye Been Given ix Assurance iI Herald Wakes Up to FnctotI A P A Republican V Combine NEW JUNIOR ORDER OFFICERS lion Robert Worth Bingham has boon named Judge of the First division of the Chancery branch of the Jefferson Circuit Court to suc cced Judge Shackelford Miller who has ascended to the Court of Ap peals There Is a persistent rumor that Mr BIngham would not accept tIle Chancellorship until ho had been assured that he would get the Republican nomination for the same office this fall Meanwhile the editor of the Post Is booming Mr Bingham tr Mayoralty honors in 1913 but IM editor of the Post predicted thaL Grinstead would win by a majority o9000 In 1909 The Louisville Herald Vjems to realize at last that the editor alt the Post was really for Gottschalk and Weaver 6n the A P ASchool Commission ticket and that the Posts support f tho Citizens ticket was a bluff Post knew that the Jun1q Order and Republican organization had combined and It does not dire deny that tie A P A ticket was glven the Republican precinct cap+ fairs the nlght before the election The Junior Order has been claiming ever since the election that It saved the schools The new officers of Banner Council Jr O U A M are as follows Councillor Stanley Berger packer EastBroadwaytlehm draftsman Jams Clark Elec tric Company Recording Secretary John McIver J Bacon Sons resides 322 Stein Court Assistant Recording Secretary William f jtt sphalk saloamgnafgr Ck lIe dS glntbn Company resides 732 East Chjestnut Treasurer John Schmelzer barber 310 West Green street Financial Secretary William S IMarkolf clerk for the L and I R iR Co resides 907 Rubel iNII Inside Sentinel Henry Gerlich var nlsher for William Koop resides 1 010 Hamilton avenue Outside Sen tinel Charles Barnes 921 Franklin I Warden Fred Hotter machine hand Mongol Box Company resides 830 j Vine street Chaplain Fred Seibert 820 Vine Trustees John Wleber plumber 839 East Green Al Bier mann porter J Bacon 8 Sons 951 Samuel E dKrlll blacksmith 725 ShelbyHere I Is another list of the patriots who systemi IOrricers I ranksInLoulsv111e reIIdes foer FrankTtontfortresides 2804 Fifth Treasurer J E QronCbmpattyavenue Warden Frank Matthews 142iJEastfor0rystalSentinelMurraMachine Shops resides 1409 De theLoulsvUleresides96dDrGeorgeEastBroadway WON HONORS thedistributionstudents of the ecclesiastical col inhthePropagandtover by Cardinal Gottl Prefect of Propaganda assisted by several other members of the Sacred Col lege In the presence of many dis tinguished prelates On a platform erected for the ocaslon the students lanI gues iboth dead and living there were sPecimens of African Asiatic and Oceanic and also some of the American Indian languages The American students as usual dis tinguished themselves and carried away a large number of prizes DEATH OF MRS KELLY The congregation qf SI Frances of Rome sustained a greot loss as thedeatnt the best knows residents of Clifton who passed away on Friday Tnornlhg placetromSunday afternoon and Father White fpneralryerunesAta deceayborntlnderbe hn dearJohqaa r a r n 41ve engineer 1is lli r eldest son liar other children jare Mrs Mary Brady MrsVSaratfjLyons Miss Josephine Kelly ifrirtln Kelly of I Alabamaiand KENEWED VIGOR Shewn InteEnersetlc-Work of Barry Council Barry Council YI I at LexlngJ ton has installed the following Dill ftrs to servo during 1911 Chaplain Rev M R Delaney President J B Glnochlo First Vice President M J McAullfte Second Vice Presi dent H B Sallee Financial Secretary E L Clarke Rocordlng Secre tary JFeeney Moran Correspond- Ing i Secretary J King Welsh Treasurer J J Qalvln Marshal p J McGlade Inside Sentinel Steve Saundor Outside Sentinel l I Michael Kelly Medical Examiner Dr T J Shannon Executive Com mittee C B WleUel J F Kellar H J Wleman BjOHorlne and A B Sallee fiI Supreme First Vice President Robert T Burke i d Deputy Grand fPresident George uv Lautz Went up from Louisville tb asslst at the In stallation and bot1 are loud in their praise of Barry Cotincll and Its en ergetic members Jt dh Shannon the District Deputy was the Installing officer At the conclusion of the ceremonies a smoker was given In honor of the new officers An abundance of refreshments had been pro vided and the Rey Father M R Delaney presided as toastmaster During the ovnirigj quite a number of Interesting talksyirero made J B Glnocbio who has been reelected President read U report of the work done dn 1910 Hershowed that the council had imade good headway and that it was in hotter standing than it had been Inv five years All spoke encouragingly of the outlook and predicted that 1j11 would be a banner year 1 Barry Council now has 160 mom- bersand onthoflrstSunday In April wit Inltlatea class of fitly A dot gree team from Loulsv111e will ex emplhy the ritUal I RECEXT DEATHS I Miss Annie saLang the twentyyeaivold dau tar of William athorHer funeral took lacegeeterdat morning from fit Pitrlcksjchurch JmaBY mlWlagttit ads uttendg the solemn obsequies Her maths- died some time ago and for the be reaved father there Is widesprea- sympathy Tho funeral of Mrs Annie Rlck etts aged sixty who tiled last wee at Trinidad Col and whose re mains were brought to Louisville took place Monday rooming from Sacred Heat church Rev Father Walsh being the celebrant of the solemn requiem mass Mrs Rlcketts was the mother of James Ricketts 1905 Maple street and was a most estimable woman loved by all who knew her IJoseph Meyer son of Phillip MidI Mary Meyer aged thirtyfour years died Tuesday afternoon at the family residence 314 West Avery street after an Illness of several months of a complication of diseases The deceased was associated In bust ness with his father and was wet- liked by a wide circle of friends an parentshefour sisters Mrs Ellen Maloney dlad at her residence 1207 Rogers street on Thursday morning She was seventy seven years old and a native of Ire land but had spent the greater part of her life In Louisville She Is sur vived by several children amon them Miss Margaret Maloney an John Maloney a member of the Louisville Fire department At the hour of going to press the funeral arrangements had not been com pleted Mrs Maloney was one o the pioneer residents of the Hill andI whknewo GIVES MEN WORK The New Louisville Packing Company has begun operations and iis giving employment to between 400 and 500 men It succeeds the old thadroppedt 1 years ago The officers of the new company are J J Caffrey President F G BetzVlce President and E M Caffrey Secretary and Treasurer The new company has ItIsbest equipped In the entire country DEDICATION The new auditorium just com pleted for St Bonface Hall will be dedicated and thrown open to the public on Sunday Jariuary 29 The programme includes a grand concert and every often will bo made to make the ocaslon one to be long remembered This auditorium Is not surpassed by any connected with the churches of the city and win beof soeltlo RALLIES FROM SHOOK HenryPasUck erloua11m1 belladtregainInghermorning of laatt iwwk Mrs Paallck bathtubdI at aaulforliB danger t JIj i- A i- l in l lD ASQUITIi Must Deal Promptly It Irish mon Continue to Support Him Result ot Election is Entirel Satisfactory to John T i Redmon- dNatlonallstsIiohl Balance ol Power in Coming Sessions ROSTER OF THE IRISH MEMBERS Who British Parliament will re sumo Its sessions next month and Irishmen all over the world are an b ious to see Just what measure of home rule Premier AsqUlth proposes to otter Ireland The people of Ire land were so sanguine that the doubled their subscriptions to the Nationalist fund and the appeal of Messrs Redmond Devllti and OCon nor to America met a generous response The close of the year brought success to Redmond and his colleagues in the general election and that success was more signifi cant than the figures Indicate Two seats were won from the Unionists and of the Independents 3 only eight belong to the OBrien party which Is confined to the County Cork and there received slender majorities In East Cor William OBrien whose chief plans T i conciliation of Protestants wasI decisively defeated by a Protestant Unionist Capt Donelan who WasI supported by the Catholic Bishop Of the eightyfour Nationalists electedl seventysix are pledged 40 vote with Redmond While the remaining eight are followers of OBrien TheseI eightyfour men represent all Munster and Connaught all Lelnster ex cept Trinity College which alwaysI elects two Conservatives and sixteen out of the thirtythrob Ulstert seats The following Is a complete roster of the Irish members of theI new Ptrll nentr NATIONALISTSY I Charle S iNelllX I DevlintKennedyd P RedmondClamLynchCork PkKellyDonegal P ODohertyDonegal Nelll P- Down South J McVeagh Dublin North J J Clancy Dublin South W Cotton P PNannettLDublin St Patrick William Field P- Dublin Harbor William Abraham P JBradyr Fermanagh South P Crumley HazletonGalwayDuffyGalwayOMalleyGalwayRocheGalway PKerryODonnellKerryKerry South John B Boland OConnorKildareKllbrldoKilkennyMeagherKilkennyKilkenny City Patrick OBrien I ReddyKingsHavUaJldBurke MeehanSmythLongfordh I Longford South J P Farrell HazletonLouthLimerick East T Lundon PJOShaug1neasyneasyLimerick I JoyceMayoMayo West W Doris BoyleMayoMeath North Patrick Whit SheehyMonaghan LardnerP i McKeanNewry I DelanyQueens I I MeehanilI OKellyRoscommon HaydenSlfgoSllgo South John scanlanli I I Cotdon HackedTlpperary Tipperary South J Culllnan PTyrone mond I Waterford City John E Red mondWatertord i PowerWaterfordW stmeth North Lawrence dlnr nell W tmeftth South Sir Walter R NUgent Wexford North Sir Thoaae G BtmoadtWexford TrenehWlektew fI POXeUTLItQaN nortit JI i a- a r Q- w 1 J indlcatProtestant le pledged party 76- UNIONISTS Antrim East Col J M McCal moot Antrim Middle Hon A ONeill Antrm North Lieut P Kerr SmileyAntrim CraigArmaghArmagh North W Moore Belfast East R McMordle ChambersyBarrie Dorry South John Gordon Derry City Marquis of Hamilton Down East M McCaw CraigDownThompsonFermanagh baughr Tyrone South A L Hooner Trinity College Sir E Carson CampbellTotal LIBERALS North Tyrone Redmond Barry OBRIENITES Cork City William OBrien HealyCorkGuineyCork SheehanxJames Gilhooly Frowens 8YREPRIMANDED Commander Sims Take to Task by President Taft Prbsldent Taft decided that Com manden WS Sims the United States naval officer who at a recent Mayokrt Britain ever were seriously threat ened she could depend on every man every dollar every drpp o blood In this courtly should be publicly reprimanded His offense has been so con splcuous said the President in his letter to Secretary of the Navy Meyer directing the reprimand that tho reprovlngltPresident says that whenever nn officer of tho American navy iis called upon In 1a foreign country tpspeak In public so that what he totheforeign countries It Is his obvious sIijf o o frle1idllhlp for the anguagek of countrIesCommander escapecensure othemere expression of his persona opinion under the circumstances ho must speak as an official representa thetheonce call for severe comment In othetcountries than Great Britain an might involve this Government 1In dIsclaimersCaptpire early in March and he will the thMinnesotaI arise as to what shall bo done with him 1 JFLOURISHING Phil Sheridan Council Y M I Starts New Year Well SheridanCounc11 KylastoftlcersdurlntheFather Kehoe President Michael HMGrolllchPresidenLouieL SecreIg Secretary Frank Shoemaker Treas urer Harry Hudepohl Marshal Jo SentinelPhlUpSentinelAugustCommitteeJosephally Val Thlrm Charles Brickmy Etabierm SpltzelbergorEdwin Installingofficermonies In mannAbyPastterm b counIUrnclpeventsal InIeludlngd e all the members for the assistance promisetoIv d officersMichael Metze the new President John d anJosephaddreasesuUmembers were urged to attend the meeting on January 22 when Grand President Laiwo of Memphis will visit the council A Dutch lunch and social session followed tho busl ness sneering Three new mombe were ballotted upon and elected W1Tl tIpnD TIDIE TJhe many friends In Kentucky of Hubert TFf Crbghan former Su preBie Vice President of thQ Catholic Krilgatsl of America who has visited LoulsyllleI several times jveleoaae the nVws that attar a hard fought eon t4it he has been elected the third dies to the City Councilof Prov maretiir s l CATHOLIC j Laborites to Study Social Prob Toms In Very Correct I Way Militia of Christ Is Upto of Real Labor Leaders Detonso ot Christian Order of Society Is Chief j Object PROMINENT MEN ARE LEADERS The Militia of Christ Is the name ra new organization formed for the purpose of social service by prominent Catholic members of the American Federation of Labor and Its first fruits were seen at the recent national convention of the Federation of Labor In St Louis In explaining the purpose of the new Dietznwho addressed the Laborites said It is our idea that society Is built upon the unit the family Is built upon the unit the State is built upon the unit As we look out over the State we notice It Is an Indus trial State As an Industrial State It rests upon Industrial society and Industrial society to a great extent rests upon trades unionism Intact We can that trades unlon bndust trial society and therefore the great problem of social reform is largely the problem of trades unionism We have witnessed In the nineteenth century a great democratic move ment We have noticed everywhere ofnfrom the hands of the few Into those of the great masses of the common people It Is not necessary to ex amino the causes but it has forced the legislatures of every civilized land to give a larger shareofits fork Jo the sociall prob emsotkeadjustment of the I laUfour Hof fife Wjrkbi1atlde iuployeiTurt11 rich and the poor The poorer and weaker are portion of the population and It Is meet and just and right In a democracy that they shall have the greatest share In making and in- the administration of the law and largestabenefit of the law But we realize 1that the protection of the State can not be enduring unless It be sus Thetvery fact that the country gives con tinued evidence of social dissatisfac anydthinking man that society is not sufficiently organized It every Industry were organized the parasitic Indus ntries that take and use up the lifeblood of the successive relays of working men casting the wornout toner on the scrap heap to be taken care of by the community would cease to exist or would have to be amended orgtnlzaHonwell known In national labor circles and are known for their workrnCatholic fields In their home towns They are- President Peter J McArdle AmalgamaAssociation Tin WorkersVice President John S Whale Rochester exSecretary of State of New York j Second Vice President Peter W SecretaryInternational trical Workers JDuffydent National Brotherhood of Oper ative Potters PeterEThe bureau Is located at Oberlin Ohio to which all communications K are to be directed The Directors are as follows CityChairmandepartwent James OConnell Washington D C President International AssoCla tlon of Machinists A Pht1adelpPresident AssoclaUonOJassJohn R Alpine Chicago Pr dent International Association Plumbers and Steamfltters CanaChairmanToronto Rhody Kenehan Denver Trea urer State ot Colorado Michael J Halllnan BrooXW WoxkersJames V j President Virginia State Federntlo of Labor PredentHatters of North America rsT V OConnor Buffalo Inte national President of the Loni shoremen MaInternational M tile Workers Frank Duffy Ifldlkilfp national Secretary of the Brotherhood of Qarpenti Joiners G PlCathoUtrade unionism and contriba per year Jfembra receive thJ attire which yrltt be printed I I e p a i F 1I 0 o KSNTUdKY IRISH AltIERIOAN t KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflNta- veted tottile Social tad Morl AdvanceMKHent el Irish Americas and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CatboHc Knights of America PUbHshsraRSUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR JJINQLE COPY sc Botrd at the Loalivlll Pottoffici n S coodCI rutttr dhHl all CoMMaalutisaa tto the KENltJCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Greea St IUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 14 1911 MISUSE OF SCHOOLS There Is a State law that the public schools of Louisville are to r be used for educational purposes only but there Is at present a movement on foot to disregard the law and turn the schools over to reformeraaThese busy bodies are women and callsII Mothers Clubs and Parents l Teachers Associations They I meet In the public schools and use the heat light and fuel that ought I I j I onlytoWhat good can these hen parties accomplish They entail additional cost to the taxpayers and if permitted ti to continue will entail more If the new Board of education wants to do something at the outset to recommend It to the public It should refuse to allow the school ouses to be used for anything except educational purposes If the philanthropic ladies behtn the ParentsTeachers Association are in real earnest they will arrange u thue school houses NEVER WERE HOPES HIGHER Reviewing the political situation in Ireland the Dundalk Democrat predicts that tho new year will be a redletter one In Irish history It will mark the advent of home rule as a measure of practical politics e Gladstones first home rule bill was wrecked by the detection of a section of his own party headed by Chamberlain and the Duke of Devonshire HIs second bill wasI thrown out by the Lords The Liberals of that day lacked the courage to facethe Lords In a decisive struggle for the mastery Today the Liberals are practically solid in their support of home rut They have thrown down the gage of battle to the Lords and nothing save thotimed16honorC liege of that antiquated body save such a failure of courage on the t rut of the Liberals as woul estroy that political party foe + ermore The prospect is bright rud it is all the brighter because the Irish people stand solid an Determined behind their leaders an will suffer no retrograde movement on the part of the Liberals We t ave been close to what looked likeI ictory more than once and it wa our own distracted and Condition that was more than enything else responsible for tho failure of our hopes as a nation Let us see to It that In th momentous year of 1911 we close up the ranks firm and united behind Mr Redmond and his party Let every man who wants home rule 1 bare his place In the national o ranlzation ready when the time comes to supply that driving force that may bo necessary to bring our cause to a triumphant Issue Let Ireland show that for once it is united and determined and thus Wrengthcn the hands ot our repre sentatives In Parliament to deal fearlessly with the difficult an arIseNeverer prospects brighter The final Victory is at hand if we Irishmen prove ourselves In this last struggle worthy of victory AFRAID OP ROME Catholicism is certainly giving our Baptist brethren something to think about Just listen to this pitiful wail from a Baptist mIssion- ary in France As you read you ydmitsS educed some good Christians The 1 I Reubenliensn latest Issue of the Baptist rid which is published In Louise Rev Snlliens says At the same time some of u ve ibeen somewhat scared to find I hat the Edinburgh Cference o Roman Catholic church wllic have learned at the expense of truthadxpense to consider as the greatest envy of pure evangelical Ohrls Utetlmateriot While ire ate prepared to knowledge e itdly 5pJ04tt d acme genuine characters Jrthbelieve tkat o jreaIj Jlorid it ftwere TMIs thiI n 4i greatest evil which might befall the nations We therefore are some what skeptical as to a lasting union between the High church spirit and the spirit represented by our democratic churches Another fact of illomen has struck one and some others with regard to the conference It is the somewhat loose and indefinite way in which the fundamental principle of the Reformation viz the divine inspiration and full sufficiency of InIsuch an ecumenical meeting as that the first act It seems to us should have been a solemn and unanimous assertion of that fundamental principle As it was it does seem MS if the critical views now BO largely spread with regard to the Bible ihavo had greater recognition than the oldfashioned and to us allimportant doctrines of the super natural inspiration of the book The verydauthority course we do not agree with Rem on the point of whore that authority is lodged Rome says In the church we say in the Bible But unless we are as positive 1in our affirmation as Rome is in hers souls who are onIwhich to rest blameless will turn away from us to where authority i firmly maintained You ask me also to tell you how things look in France in the relig ious sphere There seems to be on the part of the Romish forces a rplrlt of conquest and assertion The Popes late pronouncements against all forms of modernism have silenced many timid voices within the Roman Catholic church who aspire to more liberty At tho same time the progress of lawlessness among the people arising in past from the somee andIthey are looking round to see on what new foundations Aa natloxfei morality might be reconstructed The pity is that even among us French Protestants there Is that flwant whitrh I have spoken All forms of lads are being tried here and there with anflindifferent d your dear readers pray that those of dus who are lin great weakness try Ing to bring the old gospel to the new generation with as modern adaptations Ssbold largely increased In numbers dand baptized In the Holy Spirit thatIgainingground thfapeople are becoming he notes the decay of religion the decay of moral itheGovernmentTeconstructlonIRev Salllens orn the fact that his Protestant brethren fadsIwithout success Tho Catholic Register of Kansas solicItIngd a Catholic Year Book claiming iIt churcflh suffers from the gonebyarrestlorfalse pretenses they abandoned this field The Register will suppress the frauds The Now Albany Ledger may congratulate itself upon securing Herman Rave for editor Wit wIdelyknownou Now Albany contemporary willI continue the leading dally newspaper of Southern Indiana while Editor Rave occupies the chair PLANS FOR PROGRESSING Maryandare pro gressing rapidly and the Catholics o intersleett Februarydayhsome and useful articles will be dis beehdurlngtheJpast needofCharity arein every tray worthy of support ASlILAMl Invitations have been received for ottheHibenllan hJaadtob rm on Tuesday evening January 24 moetenJoYblOGOUIoo eeiKate oret a- I t I- IJ lotu I LI fI 0in o 119 lriNlie9f11 rim SOGIDVJm E J Henchey who was hero to visit his family has returned to St Louis Miss Annie Thompson has been spending a week with relatives at Now Haven Mrs John D Qrlfln of Frank fort was here for a short visit to her mother Mrs Cronin I John Harvey Beck has returned to Terre Haute after spending the holidays with his parents Miss Minnio Murray of Clifton has returned from a visit to friends and relatives in Covington Miss Mary BaUman has from Lebanon Junction returnedI I visited Miss Bessie Ca Mrs Ruth Mahoney of Highland Park has been visiting her daughter Mrs Joseph Pottinger at New Haven Miss Eva Beck who spent the holidays with her parents in the West End returned Sunday to Nazareth fiMissentertained at bridge on Friday of last week in honor of several of her visiting friends Miss Helen C Corcoran returned last week to Nazareth after a delightful holiday visit to her parents and friends in this city Misses Lillian and Antoinette Moeller are at Deer Park for a visit of several weeks with their grand mother Mrs H BadKian Mrs William Dalton of Collins MrseI I T Jones and daughter Artie andI Mr B Dalton of GlencoeI I Miss LydIa Kirwan will entertain a 600 party this afternoon at the home of her grandfather Basil Doehoofer West Broadway I IMisses Therese and Clara Sullivan sof Grand Rapids Mich are the guests of Miss Margaret Malone atI her home on Willow avenue Miss Alice Toner who has been visiting her brother Julius Toner fin Missouri and the Misses Henderson at St Louis has returned home Mrs Angeline ODonnell and her son Edward ODonnell of New Al bang were called to Dennis this State on Tuesday on acouut of the I death of a relative Miss Margaret Malone of Willow avenue will give a reception Tues day in honor of her guests Therese and Clara Sullivan ot Grand Rapids Mich Uss Josephine Belvols who has lJeeh111 at her homo at 214 wes Seventh street New Albany is now convalescent and her speedy recovery 1 I is looked for John J Score of Sixth and St Catherine streets was confined this o room several days early this week but is now able to be out and Is attending to business I Mrs George Christie of 300G Bardstown road has left for a six months visit to her sister Mrs I Chris Bundschu of 216 Poplar street Cameron lUll Chattanooga Tenn Miss Alice Griffin returned from Frankfort and has resumed her studies at the Sacred Heart Academy in Clifton after a holiday visit to her parents Mr and Mrs John D Griffin William Bannon and wife of Oklahoma City and James and Arthur Bannon have been enjoying a most pleasant holiday visit with Mrs B J Campbell and Mrs E J Kollross Pierce DIxon who Is studying for the priesthood left the first of the week for St Meinrads College after a three weeks visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Patrick Dixon in Jet fersonvllle i Miss Gertrude Schmuck of Can nelton who spent two weeks as the guest of her cousin Miss Josle Schmuck of the Highlands has been extensively entertained with card and theater parties The New Haven Echo announces the approaching marrIage of Martin- A Simms and Miss Rosa Devers and JosephineGreenwell Nhville rMrs hasbeenHospital for several weeks past fIs convalescing but is still confined to her room At the same time she iis glad to receive old friends who call1 to see her at the hospital Patrolman William OConnell who was taken to Sts Mary and Afondat hits a regardssd i i Ahe marriage of Miss Aaaf Ruddy and Raymond Young wasjj quietly solemnized Tuesday after RevFatherceremony The bride and groom an thebests frIendsfonow j EUCHRE AND VAUDEVILLE St etara Court Catholic Order ot Foremen will give a gran flatertatBmentIII 1 Thurynlcalled aft 8 oclock shrp The price Vii dmlMion tOtUi sashty r- o a 11 will be twentyfive cents All those attend the euchre will be ad to the vaudeville entertain eat free of charge Everest Platt Henry Logsden will exemplify their latest talkalogue and Jacob Huttl will give his sketch Im Glad Im a Marine Two black comedians will bring the show ito a close with a role eating contest RETHEAT CLOSES Holy Name Society to End Great Week of Prayer The retreat for members of the Holy Name Society will be brought to a close at the evening services at St Louis Bertrand church at 730 oclock tomorrow evening From attendedIIng The retreat was conducted by the Rev Father V G Cleary an eloquent young Dominican and the zeal he showed has been repaid by the large attendance at the various servicesWhile the Holy Name Society In Louisville has Its home in St Louis Bertrand parish it has members scattered all over the city The of cers for 1911 are Rev Father R Dunn Splrtuall Director Stephen J McElllott President Martin Geraghty Recording Secre tary and Joseph F Wagner Treas urer NEED HIM Louisville Leaf Tobacco Ex change Must Have Ed v OBrien Tho Louisville Leaf Tobacco Ex change has for the ninth time elected Edward J OBrien Its President for a year stapleLoulsvUlemarket in the world and the Louis ville Leaf Tobacco Exchange is the greatest exponent of Kentuckys staple Mr OBrien takes his hon ors calmly even if at times reluctantly l He has business of his own to attend but at the same time he Is the czar of the tobacco world Czar emperor kaiser king and president must rosy their homage to the President f the Louisville Lea f Tobacco Exchange and as the filmy rings wreathe the bowls of their pipes lor float from their cigars God bless Ed OBrien MAJOR RIDGE BETTER Major Patrick Ridge Night Chief of Police was taken suddenly 111I oiiicye RIdgelladconditionIs 0n 0t oa 5utr tonight 1hqwmbex JUUUKS jjtaxjaK Hours devotions will begin at St Brlglda church tenor row morning at the high mass and will continue until Tuesday They FatheJansenr eloquentsermonste mass and evening services CANDY PULLING The Pastime Drill Company a organization of popular gentlemen have arranged to give a HallEighteenthfrom 2 oclock until 6 on the after noon of Tuesday January 31 The price of admission is only lIve cents JOCKEY CLUB ELECTS t the annual meeting of the alltheare Charles F Grainger President andManagertary and Handicapper H 0 Apple gate Treasurer Their selection as racingforLouisvilleMADE WISE CHOICE HenryPasllckof menInMrPasllckduty imposed upon him and Mayor hisdiscretIonelUNITY COUNCIL DANCE NewAlbanyHall for Monday night January 23 and is making extensive preparations willbesplendIdST LOUIS BERTRAND BAZAR mho people of St Louis Bertrand bazarforLouisBertrandforthcomingeventopen on April 24 and will continue 0one Week There will be many new and attractive features YOUNG LADIES EUCHRE oTho Young Ladles Euchre Club Nansthefriendsuppn this occasion PRIEST DYING I flTelegrams from Evaawville I the seat intelligence thatdhope flthefl Indiana tone abandoned Taeedap 0 1VVALK =OVER y A TENDAY SALE AT REDUCED PRICESc The windup of the seasons fall and winter business finds us with a I fewIIbroken lots of Shoes In each lot there are only a few pairs and in clean these up and make room for spring goods we make these very low Womens 5 Velvet Shoes Womens 5 6 and 7 Pat ent Leather Satin Tops Womens Cravenette Shoes 4 and 5 grades 395 345 295 Womens grade Patents Womens Patent Button short All Lace Button 2951 2951 Our Marketstreet store will be discontinued after 30 We have picked out some odd lots including heavy Winter Oxfords 5 and 650 grades clean them up 245 Remember these are genuine WalkOver Shoes price bottom and sold the world over If you do not find what you want in these lots we will give you a 10 per cent reduction on any shoe in the house in both mens and womensBoth stores WALK=OVER BOOT SHOPS 309 FOURTH AVE 340 WEST MARKET FIXTURES AT MARKETSTREET STORE FOR SALEJ y I If The Land of Least Resistance We have been very successful in the sale1 of the FLORIDA LAKE GEORGE FARMS Of Ten Acres montheachfor balance with noiinterest or taxesr lf Youhhaver not already purchased do at once before the BIG FREE EXCURSION That leaves Louisville on January 17 By acting now you can get first choice and have your farm ycTOE NEW CATHOLIC councIl AT CRESCENT CITY our Mr Adams who knows every acre of the ground and who has just returned from there More Than Hundred Thousand Boxes of Oranges Grape Fruit Have been shipped this year from Crescent City and the flowers and peach trees are now in This property is owned by successful Louisville business men will improve rapidly in value See our Florida Exhibit at S W Corner Fourth Market WALTER S ADAMS CO SELLING AGENTSP- aul Jones Building Louisville Kentucky evening He is at St Marys Hoe pital Father McBarron had been priest in Assumption parish for thirtytwo years- OLDEST CARDINAL The oldest member In the Sacred College of Cardinals is the Arch bishop of Vienna Cardinal Gruscha now in bis ninetysecond year BELLE VilE Albert CaRBtdy sea of exMayor Joseph Cassidy of Bellevue wa- accIdentally shot through both feet last Saturday by siy soloed Pure Ito was ipteylag with a v rg 4 cloth tops 4 and Lace vamp Ladies Patent and Dull and Shoes January to on I so One and bloom and and twentytwo caliber Flobert rifle Though painful It Is not thought hIs Injury will prove serious FINE CHURCH BELL Rev Father H F Hillenmeyer will have a fine bell placed In the tower In the new St Josephs church at Winchester The bell will cost 500 and subscriptions for the larger part have already been se cured BRAN OEMS CM egg beaten oneball tea poea salt oaefealf cup sour allk into whleh dissolve one level tea Ti P Y 3 ft spoon of soda three tablespoons ot melted butter two cups ot bran about two cups of white flour with one heaping teaspoon of baking pow der This rwslpe makes two dozen small gems but will keep for days and are fine cold The bran gems or bread are recommended by phy sicians REMERX FOR WA1M A simple remedy for warts Is composed of one drachm of salicylic acid and one pound of collodion Havei the chemist put this In a bottle which has a tiny brush run through the cork AppJy the mixture to the warts twto a lIar a i I N t 4- I 0w KENiUO I a A ERXOj L k uranW Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 tti ki1- I0 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J JBARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East IWCaln Street I I I I I I I I I I + D J DOUGHERTY S J MCKLLIOTT s DOUGHERTY McELUOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREETII H FIXE WINES L K0L7A0IlE8 l 345 West Green Street UQUOKB CIGARS utIJ I C 1 6 t I THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Diractorand Ewalmer TELEPHONE 365 All all promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 vW MARKET ST I Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Wishing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty IIOME PBONK 1077 CBe THOMPSON FLORISTtSONLiY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty I Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 10SO I All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MeRCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersonvllle lId GET YOUR BARGAINS AT TILE WINTER Shoat Pork House OUR THIRD SEASON Price List of l3eef AII Choice Cuts Round Steak 1Oe Sirloin Steak lOc Teabone Steak lOc Clubhouse Steak lOc Rib Steak lOc Chuck Steak 31bs 25c Porterhouse Steakb e r Pure Hog Lard12 c lOcfOdds and Ends per lb Sc Country SausagelOc per Ib Preston St near Lynn 1 M HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dtetm m and Wholesale Deal ersla Finest Brandt of Kos tacky Wfakktes especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND UfeffcHMlMI M4 SIXTH STRUT tl- r T 2Vt7 CTTULEYS WednesdayNights The Sensational Musical Comedy THE ARCADIANS With a cast and company of 100 Two I years in New York and London I THE NEW I NEW PRICES FOR THE NEW YEAR I Rosenred Seats All LowerFloor Front Rows Fam Circle Sack Rows Fam Circle AVENUE 50 35 25 No Higher NEXT WEEK THE SMART SETMatinees Tuesday Thursday Saturday I 25r HOPKINS THEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows daily Sunday contin uous CASINO AND ORPEUMI I THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladies and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre productionshistoric W C CUNNINGHAM H A HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY Incorporated Special attention given to traveling men Best in the city for the money Have your mail addressed in our care First class sample room- sAMERICAN PLAN RATES 200 and 250 With Bath 300 BERT lUCKS Manner Center and Jefferson Sis Opp Court Houses cnas fl Rogers ssa BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call andlns tourllne of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city INks Magazines and Religions Articles or xvates nraeoarrrloar 434 West Jefferson Street Give year boys as edacallea tkat will pre pare fbtm tar life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky conducted by the Xaverla Brotlwr CUMteal Scientific add XnelaeM Ccmrte Preparatory De pmrtmeat Large Swimming PeolWeUBqttlF GjratMrittm Terma Mcxtente Bro JamesDlr Dainty nnd rmu llna la the ad TDoeJPr1Dc styles arerl than ater TtItroIMrrt IJ I iJ c HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrg the Put WeekQcnsral- News Notes The new year has ctartcd well with the four divisions of this city Officers of Division 7 of Syracuse Will endeavor to bring tho member ship up to 500 this year Rev Father Walsh of Waltham Mass has been appointed County Chaplain of Middlesex county The Hibernians of Portland Ore have adopted resolutions pledging support to John Redmond and the Irish Parliamentary party Arrangeomnts are being made for the annual banquet of the Ancient Order of New York City which will take place at Sbanleys Roman Court on February 16 t Division 4 has an excellent degree team and it would bo well for mem bers of tho other teams just organ ized to witness their work at the coming initiation at Bertrand Hall Division 3 meets Monday night when there will be something doing There will be the usual social hour and It is thought tho officers will outline their plans for the coming yearThe Hibernians of Rhode Island will celebrate St Patricks day with a State parade at Providence All tho divisions in the State and every branch of the Irish National For esters will participate The County Board has placed the St Patricks day observanco in ex cellent hands All are men of experience and good Judgment and it is safe to say they will arrange a celebration in which all Can partici pate I Division 1 will have a smoker and refreshments Tuesday night and I the Literary Committee promises I those who attend a Jolly night Noti fications have been sent out and it ts hoped that every member will re spond theretoII day night at Falls City Hall it is expected that many long absent faces will be seen there The neW I officers are determined to revive Interest in the division and increase the attendance at meetings I Members of Division 2 arc warned not to forget the next meeting January I 18 when they will be treated to a hot roast supper In their new hall at Campbell andfiroadway The officers of the County Board have been invited and will be guests of the evnlng I Division 1 of Jeffersonvlllo meets Wednesday night in Elks Hall and j if there are any members who have not visited the new quarters they I are urged to be present This is tho night of the select dance to wfilch the Falls Cities Hlberrilans and their friends are cordially Invited I Music dancing singing and an old fashioned banana lunch featured the Installation of Ladles Auxiliary retiringprfjI purseLadles apolis of which Mrs John OBrien is President is tho largest in the State t The Ladles Auxiliary will enter tain with a euchre Party and reception at Falls City Hall next Wednes day night and have made every ar rangement for a pleasant evening for their friends and members of the order who are all cordially In vited to be present Quite a number of handsome prizes will be dis tributed FOR WOMANS KVK I The newest skirt is the aeroplane modelI1Almost alll dress hats are of exag gerated size Fancy Hercules and Titan braids are the elect of the season It Is predicted that stripes will be worn a good deal this spring Sleeves of different lengths and different colors are worn in the same gowns The broad ceinture or girdle seems to be appearing again on the latest frocks Kid gloves on the glace order and usually white are worn with any evening costume Wide braids are seen on many of the while serge and mohair tailored and dressy suits Irish lace bands carrying out the Irish lace vest or collar so much wornadorn many sleeves- A great many velvet bags have come in and satin ones outnumber those which appeared last spring j Veils of solid colorsblue and brown lavender and even black have brilliant borders In three to five shades 1 Black and white effects are being made up In many lines A favorite with several of the manufacturers Is the background with white pencil lines WHERE LEACE REIGNS Comparo the picture of a pious family with one that is not so In one there Is subordination peace and union In the other independ t once vexation discord Piety con stitutes the happiness of one and in dependence the unhappiness of the otherIt ds not posslblo that a family where morning and night the pray ers are said with exactitude and reverence should not live fin exem plary and Christian life la every other respect God watches over It with a particular care and conse quently it must be bapjpy practice for one or more of the household to forget their prayers and in the house where this is the case there is no real Christianity God does not dwell there and whatever may appear to be the case every member husband childrenbelagofBOyanoe tJJebettreedingLot I SOCIETY DIRECTORY AO Ii DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on and Third Tuesday President William Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp klns Recording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial Secretary James J DoranTreasurerDhomas P Lawler SeigeantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meet First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway President C J Ford Vice President Ernest Smith Recording SecretaryWilliam T Meehan Financial SecretaryJohn J KeaneTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISIONS Meet First and Third Mondays IlneteeHlh and Portland President D J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary ThomasI StevensFinancial SecretaryJ G Hes slon Treasurer D J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary JohnJ BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rellly SergeantatArms William Cal laghanSontinelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc Grody Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerRaymond Stanton SergeantatArms Michael Gcr ritySentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon y M X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A C Link Financial Secretary P G Adams Recording SecretarYR Osborne CorrespondlnB Sccretary H Ker bergTreasurerW A Link Marshal J H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart KNIGIITS OF COL1IW Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where With the council instituted at Dickinson there are now four in North Dakota Last Sunday the council at Brain ard Minn initiated seventyfivq candidates 400 visitors witnessing the ceremony Grand Knight John Lynch retir ing after two years service was presented with a handsome silver tea service by Minneapolis Council Following mass at the Cathedral at Erie on New Years day the degrees were conferred on sixtytwo now members Erie Council is now prpsperous with a membership of 660 The Knights have just issued a catalogue of books by Catholic authors contained in the Indian apolis Public Library There are booksinHon Albert J Veneman Speaker Representatives EmmetProctor members It Is expected that at least 1500 Knights will be present when Attor MichiganDistrict buildIngs SundayRepresentative John Keegan a hasdraftedtheStatefourteen the farm or In domestic work and no child under sixteen shall be em Federation EARACHE Put two ateacupfunneloversmoke go into the ear through the Thiscanalwaysaffords CELERY TOAST eveningisfamilyclean ndNtePieces and place In dish over fire itAddletItwltkfurl h butterImwhdftqutt i IRELAND Record ef the Most Important ei the Recent Events Culled tFrom Exchanges There are 171 houses In Temple more condemned as unfit for human habitation The death in his eightieth year is announced of Stephen J R Done tan at Woodlawn County Galway The death has occurred in Derry of Samuel G McCullough who was prominent in the commercial life of that city- William Thomas McCullough of Larne has been awarded a silver watch by the Trustees of the Car negie hero fund for his rescue of a lad from drowning The death lies taken place of the Rev P Magulro at Dunbeggan County Longford at the age of sixty five His death has caused much regret throughout the county The death is announced of John Lowery of Lacken County Tipper ary Who took an active part in the events of 67 and suffered eviction during the land League movement At a meeting of the Boyle Board of Guardians a letter was read from the Local Government Board re fusing to sanction the appointment RelievingOfficerA Coroners Jury at Portrush which inquired into tho circum rySloanmeans found that death was due to heart disease BrowneBishopJames Hartley of Barntown to be parish priest of Cushlnstown New Ross vacant by the death of the late Archdeacon Furlong thIrtyliveCountyMayoscious condition on the street near the Bull Ring Drogheda Dr Parr was summoned and announced life to be extinctrMuch regret is felt in Cavan and SisterApolinethe Sisters of Charity Mill Hill London She was the second eldest daughter of the late John Gannon and Mrs Gannon Cavan The body of John Kelly son of a farmer at Innlscarra County Cork who has boon missing was dis nearCarrlgrohane dllmppeareddurlng companionA named James OHare while engaged demolishing the walls of the mill recently burned In accidentthroughwhich the ladder on which he was standing was placed giving away Ho fell about thirtyfive feet atArmaghMcDermottlatereached the remarkabe age of 115 ofCarrlekawaddy taninago He led a very temperate life but was fond of smoking A wasreturned t against William Duncan in respect of the death of Bernard Duffy who was struck and knocked down on a CountyMonaghan receIvedrhe ware establishment of John ONeill at Mohill County Lcltrlm was destroyed by fire The outbreak thenamesvolunteersthocompletelygutted coveredThe Limerick Guardians received resIgnation ahan orStthoLImerIckstatedhisillhealthJrODwyorAndrew Murphy as Dean Shanahans andFather totheMANAGING CHILDREN What children need need Is cheer ful homelike surroundings good wholesome food simple clothing and healthul childish sports Give them a few toys at a time but do not be too lavish for it is the experience of all who have carefully studied children that where they have a great many playthings they cease to care for them Children may inherit tendencies that are difficult to man age but at heart they are not bad it is usually the evil example and mismanagement of their parents that make them so If mothers realized their great dignity and responsibility more Sully they would feel like fasting in sackcloth and ashes in stead of gossiping and scolding be fore their children HAYDNS ROSARY It Is related that once when the famous composer Joseph Haydn was In company with a number of other musicians of prominence the question arose as to the best way of refreshing the mind when one is wearied with mental labor For my part said one I find nothing so effective as a glass of good wine Another remarked When my Ideas begin to fag I quit my work and go into company And how is it with you Haydn asked one of his companions I take to my Rosary which I always carry about me Ihe answered modestly suretomind This answer made without any pretense of superior virtue oomposerawhoHeaven vouchsafed to Haydns eplr 1 Ituftl ear an OfMBtonal ipaeefcge from the M blime cede of the celeetlal dRelHn tJ u n 1 diM FRANK PEER BREWINQ Ct1NOORPORATJiCD Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE 8Y- k TP fTTTTT amlT SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 e SENNACKERMANBREWING INOOKPORATED x uxs3crxx xxn xaY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horns 76717672 Cumb Will 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 11THBWIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavot Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK 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Intelligent linesthe courserf to pursue In selecting piano one of real worth for the money you invest We are confident of having the largest lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal terms of payment privileges you to the ownership of a piano the day you make your selection by investing a small amount v of cash as first payment Our oneprice policy must convince even the most doubtef Jug ot our superior service in treating one customer the same as another and Is a point to he well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite inspections and comparison M0NTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CQ Incorporate 688680 hOX3RTI AVBNUB r L N oNNW OOOInrJ I GIVE A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with my New Blend Coffee at 2l2Ibs 60c Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY HMM Phoa I33J LDiri W MARIKI T STRE BT B UPIEWANTYOURWORKWere IIWere I and in First Class Style RINTINGCards I I Etcrua Specialty HOME PHONE 946 NTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 819 wlots7r GRBBN aarRetro7r GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET 8X11 THS CStKBRATBD NNORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR- The R Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation TH QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE ofpraotloaleriNt d cirabie ia a Qm Range 1lItraQUA1 1 ofttM Per J U- n o ii 4 n CONVERT LEAGUE Starts Out With Grea Auguries of Success Quite a crowd attended the mass meeting of Catholics at Knights of Columbus Hall last Sunday evening when the foundations were laid for the establishment of a Catholic Convert League In Louisville The Rev Father Charles P Raffo presided r and the principal address was dejlv erect by by Father Xavier Sutton C P who told of the alms and ob jects of the society Its principal Idea he said was to iput the Cath olls faith before our Protestant brethren and to explain It in such a manner that all could understand Father Sutton said there were some of our separated brethren who looked upon the Catholic church as- a haunted house and mere afraid to enter therein The object of tho league he said was to make al these misunderstandings plain an to enable Catholics to answer all questions propounded by nonCath olics All present were favorably Impressed by Father SUttons ad dress Their names and addresae were taken and all will be calle upon to attend another meeting at a date yet to bs named wljen a per manent organization will be effected SOCIAL SESSION With Refreshments to Pol low Initiation of Big ClassIV t Dlvlaign 4 A O H met on Mon day eyiBnjng with President John H HednWiy In the chtlrThQ at tendance was fair Reports of Fi nancial Secretary Thoma Langan and Treasurer Harry Brady showed that Division 4 was on a boom dur- Ing the past six months Treasurer Brady John Phelan Richard Naughton and John Doolan were re ported ill- President Hennessy stated that as there were quite a number on the waiting list Division 4 would in itiate a class at Its next meeting January 23 He requested all mem bra to have their candidates on hand and advised them that the in itiation would be followed by a smoker and social session Theret will be an abundance of refresh merits as well as smokes Attorney Newton O Rogers de livered a brief talk on the affairs of the Catholic Federation during the past year and laid stress on the necessity for federation and its use fulnessJUDGE TAYLOJl CQMPL1B1EXTED Attorney Charles F Taylor hasI been ocupylng the bench in the Common Pleas branch Third divls IQnof the Jefferson Circuit Court during the absence of Judge Walter Lincoln who has been recuperating In Florida Judge Taylor won en comiums from his brother lawyers while on the bench and all his de cisions showed that he has a fine legal mind It is to be hoped that the day will come when Mr Taylor will be a Judge In fact INVITE lilISil ENVOYS Invitations to the Irish envoys Rev Michael Flannagan andI Gloman McColum to visit Cincinnati about the middle of February before they return to Ireland were sent last Saturday by a subcommit tee of the Associated Irish Societies of Cincinnati The envoys are In America to raise funds for the or ganization of the daello League which propose to iperpetuate the Gaelic language and develop the InJJ dustries and lands of Ireland HIT BY OAR Patrick McKenzIe a former Policeman and yell known in the East End was truck by an eastbound street car Monday evening at Hancock and Market jtrefuhaving trqmaeiloulnjuryWhen l 1 Wasbrokn 1 Afterreceivingjurtd mann was remoysd to st tt eta3ife3njarlreWill I a a t 1 pc J vir I GOOD SHOWING St Anthonys Hospital Has Made Excellent Record St Anthonys Hospital conducted by the Slaters of St Francis at Bar ret and Wlckllffo avenues has made another proud record for 1910 Of the 1082 patients treated during the year only 420 were able to pay for their care 259 were able to make partial payments and 403 were char ity patients Qf the 1082 patients 834 were native Americans 117 were born in germany and forty seven in Ireland The others were scattered through various lahas and fortyone wore negroes The Franciscan nuns play no favorites when It comes to religious creeds Catholics and donCatholics being cared for alike Of the 1082 patients ninetythree were Baptists thirteen were Episcopalians fifty nine were members of the Campbell Ito church fortynine were Luth erans fiftytwo Methodists thirty nine were Presbyterians and 167 had noreligionFor good things that have come to them the Sisters of St Francis tender their sincere thanks and trust that God will enhance their worK during the coming year ANGgLOF POOR Sister Who Nursed Sick and Burled the Dead Sister Isidore known in the South as the angel ofthepoor died ConventtNew Orleans after sixtyfour years service in St Josephs Order She TOs eightyfive years of age being one of the oldest Sisters in Now Orleans both In years and in length of service Sister Isidore was torn in St Germain France and came to New Orleans from Havre In 1856 and ever since that time clad in the robes of her order and with a basket on her arm she was a familiar figure about the New Orleans streets Through a number of epi demics Sister Isidore nursed the slok and even helped to bury the dead Once she was near death from yellow fever but recovered During thetphans Up to two months ago Sis ter Isidore continued her work of charity but the infirmities of age finally forced her to remain inside the convent Old age was the cause of death THEATERdThe Smart Set the ipremJer negro organization of the country and the only show of its kind that will reach Louisville this season nextdOQmpanynumbers3 MOTION PICTURES The moving pictures which the Casino and Orpheum management will present their patrons nextrweek will embrace many lpleaztn fedtunes that deserve to rank as the best these popular theaters have ever presented There will be the usual changes of programme augmented by the latest Illustrated song hits I MACAUJDEYS The Arcadians a musical com edy that contains sprightly dances satisfying ensembles lilting music and clever dialogue will be the attraction at Macauleys Theater for the first halt ol next week It will be presented by the same company recentlyNew York Theater in Now York City HOPKINS THEATER IThe Hopkins management will offer next week a vaudeville show built largely for laughter and introducing features and a medley of mirth and music that make the bill one of the best thus far this season Six high class offerings are now on the regular programme and are all topnotchers The extra act is much appreciated by the patrons of this popular amusement house1- SIASON O The Nigger produced last sea YorkCitytheShubertweek commencing Monday This Play Is a story of the South but its heart appeal Is universal and is said to be free from any suggestion of race prejudice It neither con portrayed playersheaded CARROIflTOJF 1111 atCarrollton President President Andrew VVestruck Sec HeuserRecording HermanJasper WUUJmRPderKuhlmanExecuUveOommlttee yHen17GrobmeyorOutside Council Deputy John Helmbs BROKE OPEN POOR BOXES Complaint has been made to the police of the robbing of the poor boxatst Johns church last Sundayl the entire contents being t1churckeeptheir 1 police any one caught fis this das ardly srork Any ape who will rob rho church ought tolu U c veri- c I ltentlarr I 11- 1 0- k D i J w I SUBSCRIBE t FOR I 1 THEj KINTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN i 11iYEARiixff JfouWntAII the News and Particulars of Happenings iIiIi i Catholic j Circles Here and Elsewhere Take This Paper 1 iiiiForeign Countries 150 Per Year Home Phone 946 t h H++ +o xooo 7 r rtC 4 5tivM- woK+ Xxx 3 ooXMoot +wxwx r r r t otoxxo ox 5 C e COUNTY BOARD 4 Starts Well aid Plansa For the Whole Year The Jefferson County Board Ancient Order of Hibernians held its first meeting of 1911 at Bertram Hall on Thursday night of last week In the absence of County President Joe Lynch D J Coleman the County Vice President wielded the gavel Nearly all were ney+ faces on the board tout the work started off with a vigor that Indicated all were working for the sue coss of Hlbernianlsm The following committee was named to arrange for an appropriate St Patricks day celebration John J Barry Thomas Walsh William T Meehan and John Hession The committee will probably arrange a literary entertainment or a big smoker and general jollification at the hall of Division 1 At the next meeting ofrtho County Board the committee will report Its recom mendationsVice Coleman appointed the following Finance Committee to servo aurlng the year Thomas Lawler William T Meehan Thomas Stevens and Thomas Lynch Divis ions 1 2 and 3 were given permis sion to give entertainments during the spring but each division must arrange its date so as not to conflict with each other or with the general celebration on St Patricks day It was also decided to give a big gent eral picnic some time during the summer TRINITY COUNCIL Elects Representations to the CathoIicrederatlonc Trinity Councils meeting Monday evening was well attended This was the first regular meeting since the installation and tUe newly elect ed officers ifllled thqlr respective positions In a creditable manner Applications were received from George J Wellkamp J A Hamilton and Peter J Murphy The various committees which were appointed at the first of the year reported the names of the Chairman and Secre tary ot the respective committees The election for delegates to the American Federation of Catholic Societies resulted as follows James B Kelly Edward Kelty tiff J Cooney JC Klrchdorfer David OConnell and V K Ecker DIG POULTRY SHOW Lovers of fine poultry and pet stock will have a splendid opportunity to enjoy themselves during the annual exhibition of the Louis ville Poultry and Pet Stock Assocla tlon which will open at Llederkran Hall on Thursday January 19 to continue one week On Saturday January 21 there will be a lecture by an expert poultry judge There will also be an exhibit of fine dogs beginning on Saturday and oontinu ing four days- SYMIATIIY FOR JOHN HUGHES Word was received here this week ol the death of Patrick Hughes a venerable resident of Albion N Y lastSaturdaythefatherwell and favorably known In Louisville as a merchant now Sealer of Weights and Measures in Mobile and Joseph Hughes manager of the Postal Telegraph In Mobile While in Louisville John A Hughes made a vast number of firm friends who extend him sincere sympathy In hls bereavement Both sons went to New York to attend the funeral CUPID BUSY Cupid has been busy at Elizabeth town Fred Morgan and Miss Nellie 3ewley were united in marriage the first part ot last week and have DIgSpring the altar Miss Elizabeth Yates their marriage being solemnized in St Martins church at Flaherty COVINGTON At Cbvlagton last Saturday morn ng the Sisters of St Elizabeth Hospital observed the flftl thannl RightRevBINOwas the celebrant pl the jubilee twentyhlaht1a the only tone of 1U kind in the ityoJ i 1 o I I Dandy Stock Farm for Sale Located in Hardin county three miles from railroad sta tion consisting of 632 acresthirty of No1 river bottom land 270 acres of upland in high 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