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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mrfrfVi v v v TW Ky U 1pI 4 r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN- I VOLUME XXVINO 3 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 21 1911 PRICE FIVE CEN fOR THE BOY leet1 ot Amcrica Today Is For Intelligent Industrial Education Subject Upon Which Catholics Have Reasons For Thought Demand Great For Young Mon Who Are Willing to Work THE REAL BEAUTY OF LIFE In a timely article in the last Issue of the Columblad the Hon Thomas O OBrien declares that no class ot people have more profound reasons 9 for serious thought upon tho subject of education than have tho Catholics of America Unfortunately at nearly day the question of taxing for the maintenance of the public schools those who did not desire to avail themselves ot the system resulted in putting the Catholic body In an apparently hostile attitude to ward State education with tho result that our ipubllc educational institu tions have absorbed perhaps less Catholic thought than any other department of the Government In the effort to make the schools non sectarian the public authorities have t bit compelled to avoid all religious teaching They have It Is true en deavored to inculcate moral docI trine but almost entirely upon a rather undefined theory of ethical principles Ignoring any definite authority as the source from which moral law obtains its strength I think we can all agree this is unfortunate The recognition of Divine authority we believe to be jieeessary for the 1Highest develop ment of humanity the recognition of civil authority is closely allied and it is generally found that the denial of either results In the dental or both Parental authority Is of course derived from the two already mentioned so that we easily see that an educational system which after all has for Its main object the devel opment of mental processes along sound lines and In accordance with sound principles must commence by fixing in the youthful mind correct Standards otrtutborJty Wlthoutak tempting to discuss whether or not American Catholics have In the past done their full duty as citizens in this respect or whether It would not have been wiser to have paid the school tax without murmuring and have then insisted upon the right to be consulted as to along what lines public education should be devel oped it is sufficient to say that now wherf throughout the United States Catholics have everywhere entered upon a system of education all their own there can be no question that the duty is upon them to furnish one which will develop industrious useful and loyal citizens whose lives and achlovSmentBwHI evidence the beneficial effect of the education so receivedIn matters the first Idea the intelligent American boy receives is that It Is his duty to progress No fault can be found with this but some might disagree as to the proper definition of progression Advance ment is not always secured by an attendance upon college nor by entering one of the learned professions The need of America today is for In telligent Americanborn boys who are willing to work that Is for ybung men who are willing to work with their hands as well as thejr heads who understand native and natural forces who have mastered the details of construction work and know how great bodies of workmen are organized fed and handled how the complicated machines which do so much of the work of the present day are constructed and operated Nearly all the men who laid foundations lor great fortunes and all of the men who achieved greatness in hidustrialNJIfe were those who in youth acquired a practical Knowledge of the details of the in dustries upon which they were en gaged I believe therefore that in dustrial education is ot prime Im 4 portance at the present time I do not desire to be understood for a moment as decrying higher educa tion but are we not ignoring pal pable truth if wo assume that any large proportion of the youth of the country ever will be able to take advantage of such institutions fundamentally the American Gov ernment was intended to give each Individual as faj as possible an eQual opportunity for development hence the most important institu tions are thoso within reach of and available for the masses of the peo ple If more than a small porpor tion of the people entered the professional or mercantile fields they would starve for being strictly non producers there would not be suttl dent demand for their services from those tp whom they must look for employment viz the real producers 4 Society would betQP heavy and S disaster would result hero as it has in every country where that condi tion existed We should therefore i while maintaining the higher institu tions of learning and developing therein greet scientists scholars an4 philosophers afford an opportu nity to the numberlew young men u jfao whb to progrln tie science of farming tQ fcfponw MlentWty i J farmer To him v wbi ipifbwi to c II tfpy to 10 ifamM tot liven ftpdi k J I thus build up an American citizen progress in mechanics an oppor I ship of men Who construct who add to tho worlds wealth who make two blades of grass groW where only one I grow before and who at the same time have so cultivated their minds that they are capable of intelligent enjoyment We should recognize that the real beauty of life consists in the achievements of tho man ot wellordered mind who not only rca ognizes his responsibilities but the source from which they spring There never has been a time when the demand was sO great for Intelligent and honest young men who are willing to work as it Is now in Indus trial pursuits This demand is for young men who aro physically capable who have deft hands and steady heads and are willing to use both who are ambitious but seek advancement because ot what they can do rather than because of who they are whose education has not made them dreamers or unfitted them to handle a mechanics tools or to face and control rough gangs of men when the occasion arises If a portion of our Catholic youth can be fitted to meet this demand I be Hero great good will be accomplished and a patriotic duty per formed KNIGHTS Again Place Joe McGinn In thePresidentsChair During the past week there has been much activity among the branches of the Catholic Knights of JOSEPH P MGINN America the Supreme Deputies be hag busy Installing the officers for the yca1911Ono of thelarsest and most enthusiastic gatherings was that on Tuesday night at St Michaels school hall when Branch 642 Inducted into tho Presidents chair Col Joseph Po McGinn ex Supreme Trustee and one of the founders of the order The Installa tion was conducted by Supreme Deputy Joe Herp Matt Schlaug and State Secretary William T Meehan Harry Veeneman Jr son of Su preme Delegate Veeneman was the unanimous choice for Secretary Alter the installation there was a lcceptlon in honor of the now offl cers and the consensus of opinion was that St Michaels Branch would advance rapidly under its new lead ers until it became one of the larg est In Kentucky The installation of Branch 4 known as the Cathedral branch took place Monday night and was I directed by Supreme Deputy William T Meehan IRISH BLOOJ Shown In Rapid Rise of Steel Magnate Farrell James A Farrell the new Presi dent of the Steel Trust one of the largest corporations In the world I is the son of an Irish immigrant and a Roman Catholic Mr Farrell was born in New England fortyeight years ago Ho is six feet and one I poundsIas a laborert i reiarose step by step until his ability as a mechanic and a handler of men I toIPittsburg Wire Company Later he eld1sixgeneral superintendency of the Steel Wire Company atI lOUver Falls I 1903 he went to New York to become President of the United States Steel Product Export Company and held that position until last week when J Plerpont Morgan and other financiers called him to become head of the big Steel Trust IIMr Farrell has been married twen tytwo years and is the father of fromtwentychildren like himself are all prac tical Catholics Mr Farrell liai home man and is not given to any of the foibles of society BECOMES MUSIC TEACIIEIt f Miss Nora Dolan of Covlngtpn SecretAgentpotIon of music teacher atthe countyOhior of Kentucky gjrln Miwi Solans many Trjfn r iyish her uce M U CIbetnw fl ld U 1tJ ttkii CHARITABLY I I Inclined People Will Patronize St Anthonys Annual Euchre Ladies Sewing Society Strives JInrd For Big i Success Great Institution Docslniinense Good l6rI Suffering Humanity MANY USEFUL PRIZES OFFERED The annual charity euchre for the benefit of St Anthonys Hospital will be held at Phoenix Hill Park on the afternoons and evenings of next Wednesday and Thursday The usual price of admission twenty five cents will prevail The after noon games will be called promptly at 230 oclock and the evening games at 8 oclock The euchrI will bo conducted under the auspices of the Ladles Sewing Society I nnd all the ladles are working hard to make it the most successful euchre ever given for this worthy cause The gentlemen friends of the organization are aiding in the work and last Sunday afternoon fifty of them met at the hospital and perfected the mens organization The young lady friends will meet at the hospital at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon to organize for their part of the work In addition to the euchre there will be good music a wheel of for tune refreshments supper for thoso who desire to remain for the evening games and all sorts of amuse ments for young and old The euchre prizes given at these annual euchres are noted for their beauty and usefulness This year the prizes are more numerous and handsomer than ever The ladies of the Sewing Society invite their friends from all over the city and from Jeffersonvllle and New Albany to help swell the crowd on both days Phoenix Hill Hall Is the largest and best adapted in the city and there will be ample I room for all who enjoy tho festive game of euchre I There is no worthier charity in Jjouisvllle than St Anthonys Hos pltalolConductedonbroad and charitable lines by the Sisters of St Francis it has found a warm place in the hearts of Louisville people It was built on a command ing and magnificent site at Barret avenue and Wlckliffe streets about I I nine years ago Every brick and I stone in it was paid for by charity and various societies and Individuals endowed beds or rooms In it More than 1000 patients are cared for annually Some of them are able to pay for their nursing medical attention and food Some are only able to pay a part and during the past year more than 400 were Utterly unable to pay anything They received the same care and considerate treatment as those who were able to pay Neither is any distinction made on account of nationality or creed Jews and Gentiles Protestants and Catholics Americans Germans Irish French and other races received the same kind nursing It Is devoutly to foe wished that the attendance this year will eclipse that of any former year thereby bringing on their benefactors the goodrsistorsThe Ladies Sewing Society la composed of many of tho best known Catholic ladles in Louisville They hail from various parishes Their work is hard but they go about It with a will that always brings success I ROUSING CROWD I Attends Midwinter Meet ing of Division AOl1Ilib- ernianism i i was at high tide at the meeting of Division t bnTues day night and it was undoubtedly the best attended meeting within a twelvemonth Circulars had been sent broadcast to the members to I I CountyItho spacious was filled II When President William Murphy rapped for order The r llcaJshowed the largest attendance of the I winter In behalf of the Division President Murphy Welcomed the I County Board Grant Kllkolly was I received and obligated lOwing to other duties James Doran declared it was impossible for him to serve as Financial Secretary and Thomas Dolan was chosen by unanimous vote to Succeed him John J Keane was reported still on the sick list and John Holden was reported well Thomas W Tarpey1 I was made Chairman of the Standing IICommittee and Thomas Drlscoll was j appointed Sentinel Both wore in tt hled at once- prpBldent Murphy announced the following committee appointments Finance James Barry James Kllkelly and Thomas Keenan Jr Literary Thomas KeenaBi Sr Ohar1 Flnegari ftfcemas P Law era Thomas Dol nnI I Bmpk Jolltt Marti v l Cu lek I Lu li0t f 5tP t- SS v tit J Thomas W Tarpey and William M HigginsFederation rDavid OConnell Thomas Walsh and Hon Mark Ryan Vlsttng James Doran The division Instructed its officers to bring before the board the matter of arranging for a Hibernian memorial window in the Cathedral All the members approved the pro ject Durlngtho evning addresses were made by Martin C sick Hon John Ryan Thomas Tarpoy lion Mark Ryan and Thomas Walsh At the conclusion of the business session Thomas Keenan Invited all to partake of the hospitality of Divis ion 1 A bountiful Dutch lunch had been prepared under the direction or Thomas Keenan Sr Charles FIne gan and Thomas Lawler who com pose tho Literary Committee There was plent tomcat drink and smoke and no speeches to interfere with members enjoying themselves It was truly a great Hibernian evening and good w1l11towara all other divis ions was expressed ENTERPRISE LsOf Mack Members Is ARE iritothe Pore Mackin Cbijhcll Is contemplating some very desirable Improvements and tho matter has reached such a I stage that nil advisory committee has been app inted to proceed with necesIsaryI large the clul house in such a nina ij nor that the size of the gymnasium would be very much increased In WOUlt11entailwas deemed Wiser therefore to postI pone the addition o the building for a time and tel remove the bathroom from the upper to tho lower floor and Install modern shower baths I This plan met with generalapproval and tho following committee all Past Presidents of Mackin will see that the work Is promptly undertaken t and properly carried Vincent B Sri Uh James T outII George J Lams Charles S William Kerberg John T Kenney and lien Jj Sand If the Cathoilc young men of Louisville appreciate what Mackin Is doing for them and show their appreciation by Joining the council Mackin can then se 3 It way clear to build the extension first pro posed I RECENT DEATHS With feelings of profound regret the friends y t Edward Seabolt learned of Jilsiflcathi vhlchociirrc Monday night With his wife Mar garet Seabolt he resided at 735 East Main street The funeral tooK place Thursday morning rrom St Boniface church The funeral of John BencUman the railroad brakeman who lost his life in an accident at Danville was conducted from St Anthonys church Monday morning many sor rowing friends attending the solemn obsequies The deceased was twen tyfour years old and the son of Mr and Mrs Albert Beqckman 2632 Slevin street BesHes hIS father and mother three brothers and three sisters mourn his un timely death Early Monday morning the death angel claimed JJlanche Highland the infant daughter of Charles and Catherine Highland 132 North Third street Though lent them but a short time tho little one had be come the idol of the bereaved par ents who have the sympathy of a wide circle or friends and the con solation that sho Intercedes for them in Paradise Funeral services were hold Tuesday afternoon the interment being in St Louis cemetery I Mrs Mary Gerth a well known matron of the West End died at her home 573 North TwontyslxtU Etreet on Monday afternoon Death esulted from complication of dis eases She had been a patient sur ferer for soireraj months The deceased Is survived by her msband Charles Gerth a printer on the Anzeger and a young daughter PrIor to tier martlage she was Miss Mary Bailey The funeral took 0111Ilargely attended Mr Gerth has thQ sincere sympathy of many friends in his bereavement F FFOltT HOUltS The Forty Hours devotions at St Peters church Seventeenth and Southgate will begin with beautiful and impressive ceremonies at the high mass tomorrow morning and will conclude Tuesday evening With the solemn processions many clergy in attendance and the sanctuary brilliantly Illuminated and banked with flowers these devotions are looked upon as among the most notable of the year and will attract an unusually largo attendance GREAT BAZAR I Effective V iJcls being done for the great bazar that wilt open for a week at Llederkranz Hall on April 24 for the building fund of the nOw St Charles Borromeo church The plans are almost perfected books rare out an1 the varIous mmlttecJl are busy determined that this bazar will surpass any ever held here Messrs Charles J OConnor Jacob Hubbuch IiIJ Raff Lee Yates Torn Canter George Neighbor and Dr Peter Gamz are leading the mea of the parlfb yho are taking an active interdttMa tae bazar w f o C 0- ui StIY REDMOND Assures Equal Treatment nutl Rqitnl Privileges For All Irishmen Catholic nut ProtestnnfWlllBe Sate JLTndcr nu Ids Parliament ICuligioitH Faith of Mnrjority Forbids a Spirit ot Revenge TORIES ARE VERY BADLY SPLIT No man has done more to assure any reasonable Irish Unionist and Protestant that he will be quite safe under an Irish Parliament than John Redmond declares the Dun dalk Democrat one of Irelands most influential newspapers Over and over again he has met the stock arguments of the Ulster Unionists and pointed to the kindliness and good feeling shown to isolated Protestants in parts of Ireland wholly Catholic as a proof of tho willingness of the majority to live on terms of amity with their fellow oountrynion of different religions and political creeds Ho has offered on behalf of the Nationalist party to agree to hay reasonable precautions and safeguards that may assure the minority of perfect security under home rule But nothing will allay the hostility of the minority They Pretend to bo in mortal dread for their lives and property and for their tellglonTheeasily accounted for That treat ment which the Cromwclllans and Wllllamltes meted out to their qanquished Irish foes their de scendants might well enough fear to suffer In their turn now that the againnutCromwells day The law of re religIous majorityforbidsthe first plank in the platform of homo rule is equal treatment antI equal privileges for all Irishmen The Ulster Protestant who pretends to fear homo rule knows all this verywell He only pretends to fear persecution What he really fears Is tho Joss oof his positioh as topUogV Homo rule means the rule of the majority And while every constitu enjoysthatII to continue the rule of the minority IiI in this country There Is really question of religion at all noIII every Protestant knows it But Chairman Redmond nevertheless byhisj eraturo of this discussion His article must help to convince the English Protestants that their co- religionists in Ireland are in ito protests againstRomestage thunder Part of the elaborate makebelieve of armies and rifles and all the rest of the Ulster panto mimeAccording to T P OConnor pointIngof Parliament in many years Most of tho Ministers already are in the city and the Cabinet councils will cdme soon The newspapers are fighting the preliminary skirmishes and the leaders of all parties will receive excellent though menacing counsels from these organs The Tories are badly split but the hot heads still shriek for a fight to the bitter end and for forcing the cra then of now Peers relying on the Imaginary unwillingness the King to consent to such a violent measure These hopes are false as the King certainly will follow the advice of the Ministers and the Ministers will certainly create the Peers without hesitation if forced to do so In view of the bitter Internal divisions of the Tories Redmonds course in the coming session is clear All or the Nationalists are satisfied that everything should be subordinated to home rule I llAltDAT WORK DivisionI 3 A O H Has Taken New Lease On Life i Members of Division 3 A O H were pleasantly surprised at the appearance of the hall last Monday night New carpets and wall paper gave the quarters a fresh look and as a consequence the spirits of the members quickened into now life President D J Coleman presided and the attendance was large John OLeary was obligated John Purtel and Patrick Cunningham who nave been ill were reported to be improv- Ing The division accepted an in vitation to attend the Ladles Aux iliary entertainment on Wednesday evening Lawrence lackey opprted the proceedings of the last meeting of the Catholic Federation Financial Secretary John mIssion stated that Division 3 had 123 members in good standing and Treasurer Daniel Dougherty announced that there was 1190 iin thr treasury The meal b ri dtieuMd the eceHltyfora pOTBMmqnt Hibernian hap and fl- President Coleman named the fol lowing Home Fund Committee Patrick T Sullivan P J Welsh George J Butler Michael Sheehan John Hcsslon D J Coleman James Broderick P J Nelllgan Lawrence Mackey Daniel Dougherty E J Mackey Thomas Quinn Charles Boyle and Recording Secretary Thomas Stevens In order to increase the membership rival teams were appointed to solicit among those eligible to the ortler The Captains of the contest ing teams are Thomas Quinn anll Lawrence Mackey A gold badge will be awarded the Captain of the sue cessful side James Coleman and Patrick Holley were appointed to ar range for a suitable library During the evning the Secretary was in structod to send a challenge to Con J Ford President of Division 2 for a gamo of Fortyfive between teams from the two divisions BIG NIGHT Central Committee C K of A Installs Its Officers Central Committee C K of A held its annual installation of offi cers on Friday night of last week All the branches affiliated with Con tral Committee were represnteil and President Eugene McCarthy occu pied the chair The report of the Trustees showed that the books of Secretary Kruse and Treasurer Falk who is crying his sixth term were absolutely correct den Michael Relchort acting as Supreme Deputy installed the oftl PRESIDENT MCARTHY cers His WQrk was impressive ami highly appreciated by all the delegates Incidentally he presented President McCarthy with a gavel big 110UtlI cal convention Upon taking office President McCarthy asked for the support of all the delegates and pledged his best efforts in the Interests 6f the order Vice President Horp echded the sentiments of the President Secretary Kruse announced that he would have something for the next meet ing that would be of Interest to all Oscar Maier and Harry Veeneman Jr urged that all work for the benefit of the various branches and Central Committee The delegates welcomed Capt John Schalda back with glad ac claim It was his first appearance after a prolonged illness lie urged the delegates to do less talking and more work during the present year President McCarthy stated that ho would announce his committees at the next meeting A social session and oyster supper followed the business meeting The cupper was sewed in Henry Hun olds best style There was an abundance for all and everybody enjoyed it Capt John B Murphy Bernard A CoIl Gen Michael Relcheri and Attorney Newton Rog ers made addresses and all spoke en couragingly for the outlook for the order in Louisville DEATH CALLED And Dean of Southern Indiana Answers Summons I The Rev Father Eugene F Mc Earron dean of the clergy in South I pastoralIpastor of the Church of the Assump tlon for thirtytwo years As we go to press arrangements are being made for the funeral to take place place at Evansville on Monday morning It is probable that the Coadjutor Bishop Chartrand of In dianapolls will officato at the ror qulem mass Father McBarron was horn in Now Albany sixtysix years ago Ho entered the priesthood in 1871 His early education was received at St Thomas Seminary Bardstown Ky and St Meinrads Indiana His ecclesiastical training was completed in Montreal For several years after his ordination he was the di rector of St Marys of the Woods Academy In 1879 he was transferred to the Church of the Assump tion and therd remained as pastor until his death The deceased ls surviVed by one brother LousMcBarron of Dayton Ohio MtwolsterfJ Miss Sarah McBarron of Evansville dMn Jane Ward of Terre U ute He was aa uncle of John McBibrpn and a cousin of Cornelius McBarron of New Albany i I t GRAND WORK Is Being Done bj Lajnieh in All oi Sisterh Big Hnar Thorough Organization Has Been Kheoted SHill Progress lYl 5 Made i 3 Col John II AVlmllcn Tnk Big l art in Molting Plans FINE AUTOMOBLIE FOR A FRIZ Plans for the big bazar for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital to be held at Liedorkranz Hall from February 22 to 25 In elusive are rapidly maturing The tombination books are going like hot cakes on a cold morning Since the original books were printed an automobile has been donated to the Sisters of Charity and this will be disposed of by means of separate booksAn additional Impetus was given the work of preparation last week when Col John H Whallen prom- Ised his best efforts in aid of the Sisters The result was a meeting at 209 West Jefferson street last Saturday night which was attended by leading city and county officials and business and professional men Those who attended the meeting were Col John H Whallen William J Connelly Joseph Tobo Charles Doyle DrJ T Chawk Mason GOBS Thomas Hart M J Walsh William Gatto Tom Riley Al M Emler An drew Kast Capt John P Carney John J Barry Edward OConnor Ben Sand F P Dugan Frank Mc Grath J H Shea Edward Mackey Edward J Duane John Fontana J T Smith Herman Gocke Thomas J McDonough Edward Nichter Ben J Brumleve Jerome King W R Ward Frank Dacher L Karein Mike Leone Jake Hirschfiold John Barry Thomas Campfleld and W P McDonoghThe was called to order by ColT Whallon who stated briefly tho object of the meeting the needs of the Sisters and told how after SeveTaf geftftcmeif wTio hind T OeS solicited turned down tim work lil had promised his support Attornel Herman Gocke was elected ChalJ man by acclamation and William McDonogh was In the same mann niotiojAlderman live Committee with represen from each ward in the city tu tlonal representatives Highlands Crescent lull wajThiswards is made uij First Capt John P fj Magistrate Frank r Richard Bennett 1 rang Fifth John Thomas J McDonuir S William Gatto Eighth Ir J Chawk Ninth MJ Walsh Frank Dugan Eleventh A Ben J Brumlevo Twelfth Campbell Jr Highlands Re Kaltenbacher Crescent Hll Bohno Highland Park I IIolenfWestfahlWestfallJohn J Barry of Irish American wa man of the Pre power to elect hi He named Fred Williams Matthp Foster anti Louis George W BorrE Chairman of the and will name his Sheriff A M Bin acclamation Troas V AV ganizatlon and tl pInamed t6 confer wn Executive Committee John L Gruber Georg William J Connelly a Col John JI Whallen tin exofflclo member committee Col Wha the committee the us timeIJourned to meet at t chair the ExecuUyo C into session and nam ing committees Roc Walsh Finance Ff John J Barry and A 1J nations John J Digit Shea lion J Sand Ed Jacob tJrlbblo and Ed The general cpmmjiI the Executive ConJ Wednesday night art reported progress PRIDB OF The Arkansas tim American navyantl- ItloshlpevQr launtfie other country WR sJldfromtJie wayV Shipbuilding 4 afternoon at represents a i1 because her olql defense are virtue cojnmlselonecj sho lineal armament will maintain ttiji n tvBrltlih ati1 battteehlpa are jy L fi r Kfi rf 1 t- JC TV IIpIPI n K TZ ISOKY IRISa AMPAICAl rrLiIRISH flMERIGflN I 4 AdvaRcenenent of Irish Amertcans and Catholics y indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians young M ms Institute and Catholic Knights of America F5CRIPTION AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC BnUrtd at the Louisville Poitolfle as Second Clau fUttif A4reelanCOBlllluslatlelll to tilet KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreea St L LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 12 1911 1T1NKUANT ItEF01tlIEUII One J Paul Daleyan Itinerant reformer who claims Chicago as hisII tome but whose antecedents unknown was arrested In this city- n Wednesday on a charge of Llmlnal libel preferred by Col lames P Whallen His trial In the olice Court is set for today Whether Daley made the statement concerning the Whallen Brothers or not the good people of Louisville rill hear enough to teach them that hobo reformers should be let severely alone OF INTEUEST TO CITIZENS E Mayor Head and his Board of Public Works are to be commended for their efforts to preserve intact the new streets and sidewalks of the city During the present week these officials and tho heads of the vari rcus public utility companies have hold conferences that have resulted favorably to the interests of citizens end taxpayers Heretofore a gas company an electric light company or the water company would tear up a street whenever it saw fit to extend or enlarge its mains Under the now agreement tho promiscuous tearing up of streets will be stopped When street Improvements or repairs are to bo made the companies Inter opted will be notified and the city will not proceed with its paving until all gas electrical and water connections are made This is a move in the right direction CURBS JOY RIDER Joy riding Is at and end in St Paul Minn and if other clUes i would follow Its example the loss of life and Injury from recklessly driven automobiles would be a thing of th past Not for lovenor money can it citizen of St Paul be Induced to indulge in a sport once so popular How was it done The penalty imposed upon all alike rlchns welt as poor high as welt as low s thtfmakingTof a certain number t brooms at the brldowell There no alternative no choice no other I nalty The first culprit under e now law happened to be aII nker Ho offered to pay a fine ond do any thing in reason I I nl Nothing but making tho ordinary kitchen vould satisfy the law I thereafter Joy t art In rld1nII v oehQodMIGBANTB I n irts of the United there Is S howl about the of penniless or nearly pennl IableI I I at the immigrants who come bney O1I nol They rail at lr oiasa only At a matte d States collectively has no commerciali land Germany Den1the1 advantages in I nd the British ng Europe with i and specimon- al rrltorlcs reasons and mlnelall I I Australia Canada erica in preference totes The British GOY not spend the money mniigrants but it Istt- of the Individual 1 open agencies in the i of tho old world 11mpetltlonc 11 trylt is the enterprise I whichmust be ex entucky Tennessee II or any other Stato I it of desirable lmml Ut emJjr opening I ksl In NorthernJ ing the people ovor will be looked after re in countrytt c tSUFFIOHa ator regular army I no of the hot head ililngton It ought i gater navy- fortiftcatlon I and we yili1 00 inyadee nited State is alt diet worlda Nll1 so reaiaf accsalon when patriots are needed the regular army can be increased an hundred thousand fold- Howlors for wrr may be manufacturers of army clothing armsi and equlpmen Just now the regular army la sufficient for all1 purposes If American newspaper editors will frown on the war talk the calamity howlers will take toi the woods STIRRING Ul ULSTER A divided Ireland has ever been the panacea for British political Ills and as a last desperate effort t defeat home rule its opponents ar appealing to the Protestants ofr Ulster to revolt against their brethren of the rest of Ireland Thisj appeal to Ulster the last card to be played by the enemies of home rule has been answered by John Red mond He asserts that the Irishi people are neither bigoted nor Iintolerant A minority a fourth perhaps of the Irish people are Protestants but says Mr Redmond ours is not a sectarian but a national movement If home rule were granted tho Protestant minor- Ity would have equal rights with their other and Catholic fellow countrymen I Unprejudiced men will agree with Mr Redmond The common struggle for home rule has brought together men of different creeds and lias dispelled old religious hates However the veto power of the Tor must be finally disposed of before home rule can be taken up By that Mine the futility of attempting defeat home rule by stirring up Ulster to secession movements ought to have become apparent HEbiSaThe publication of the names oc cupation and addresses of same of the officers Ie tw local councils Ihp Junior Order of United American 1 Mechanics nlhe Kentucky Irish1 i Aanerlcaiil last week created cotoster nation in the Junior Oiv r ranks Tnese people would bar Cuthollcs 1 from aloes and would put thhm oul lof timeItheytrade and Catholic employment IThe editor of the Loulcvlll Berald has been compelled t apologize so completely and so frequently during the past few weeks that one Is tempted to sug keptIsufferer No apology can make adequate reparation for the llbeloui story circulated concerning the Messrs Whallen The Sacred Heart Review sayt- Reading the Bible in the public schools is no more a substitute for religious education than reading a hotel bill of fare is a substitute ora a good dinner and the Kentucky Irish American cries amen 1The local Building Department Is to be commended for stopping the further erection of the billboards that disgrace our most prominent beonIarrivead to suppress them all IFOil ST LEOS CHURCH tournamentfor gluonTrinityh anMortonn and evening of Thursday February 9 The afternoon game will be called at 230 oclock and tile LeosparishItiooresttlastJuneJohnIJFitzgeraldexpense of building an addition to the school and laying granitoid side 100oy r rrlaMatnIliadroolsr NARROW ESCAPE thQuartermasterso tromdeathl go m Ing to his work from his home he was struck by a Pennsylvania train at the Tenthstreet crossing Fla ambuianctoo diss log was broken And be was otherwise badly bruised Though resting vast his injuries totr Flaherty vfrn taieat tar srw itiItt3nv- exni i ii l n I ISawtl w- u IIIIa GIETY II r j tw9 nVMiss Sarah peako has returned from a pleasant visit to friends at Winchester J L Hackett and F F Fleming have been spending a week at West Baden Springs Mrs Emma McCann spent last week at Lebanon Junction the guest of Mrs James Mershon Miss Ida McCloy has returned from Lexington where she was the guest of Mrs Floyd Burns Miss Mary Keeley gave a recep ties Thursday in honor of Miss Mar garet Sutlon of Zanesville Ohio Mrs Eugene MattinglY and chll dren of Kansas City are visiting her mother Mrs Patrick Ryan at 1Loretto Mr and Mrs Ludlow Petty of Shelbyville visited here this week as the guests of Mr and Mrs George NicholasJ Kirchdorfer and wife haveI returned from West Baden Springs where they spent a week in rest an recreation 0Miss Nora Quinn who was tho Outo1 miey Daft Momllay for her home iin St Louis Miss Agnes Murray of Flora Heights has been the guest of Miss Naomi Clapham during the past week Miss Margaret Haley the young daughter of Mr and Mrs William Haley is seriously 111 at the tamil residence on Jackson street New Albany Friends and admirers of Capt Michael McAuliffe will regret to learn that he is confined to his bed as the result of a severe attack rheumatism Mr and Mrs James Thompson and sons and Miss Yaudell Fox a niece of Mrs Thompson have gone to Florida to spend tIle remalnd of the winter bliss Josephine OBrien and CharlesI dsC Buckles were united in marriaget nl Holy Trinity church New Albany last Wednesday Rev blither Curran performing the cerfcimony tobir and Mrs George I Russell Jr have returned to their home at St Louis after a most delightful visit of two weeks to their parents whoI entertained extensively In their honor Mrs Ellen Ryan of St Louis at Mrs Mary Ryan of the West En ofhave returned to their respective after a pleasant sit to the tastily of Manuel Kirk of South Louisville Quite a llargo party oT Louisville men were registered at West Baden this week among the number be- Ing siesta Muson Goss Fr Wempe Leo Flgg George Goalie1 and John Greiner Misses Claire and Teresa Sullivan of Grand Rapids Mich arrived ustus Margaret Malone Miss Malone was hostess at a delightful tea in their honor Tuesday afternoon istNora Furstlng well known young people of the West End will bo united in matrimony at St Patricks church next Wednesday Both are receiving best wishes for a happy married life Mr and Mrs Geoigo Tabb wno were here for three weeks as the OeOlgoRussellCatherJnehavet Pittsburg Their visit was a mot enjoyable one and was marked by number of social functions Mia fMnrgnret Murphy will 1 ba hostess to the Young Ladles Euchre Club next Tulesdiay evening at h o home 517 Ncintih Twentyseventh fyltfeet Sties Muiiphy is n charming antertalner and tire imombers and tehlr friends will spend a most enjoyable I etlating Miss Josephine Werner and George Manning will bo united I Ii marriage at the Church of St ElIz beth next Wednesday Tho Ue Father Assent will perform the cot e mony Only a few immediate friends have been Invited to tho wed- dIng Mr and Mrs Manning will immediately take up their residence in Zoncton I Miss Catherine Mpellmaif and Joseph Schwartzel were united In matrimony at St Bonifaces church at 9 oclock Wednesday morning Miss Nell Sweeney was the maid of honor tand the brides only attendant Tho groomsmen were Frank Schwartzel j Paul Vernla and Walter Tersteggo all of New Albany and Bernard Moellman of Louisville FollowingI the nuptial mass a reception was held at the home of the brides par tints Mr and Mrs August Moellt man 621 East Broadway In the evening Mr and Mrs Scnwartzel loft for a honeymoon trip through the South and upon their return will take up their residence in New gro3mIsOFFICIAT VISIT Phil Sheridan Council Y M L of Bellevue Ky will hold a special session tomorrow afternoon in none of the official visit of Deputy Grandl President Georgo J Lautz of hoo f ville who will take too place of Grand President George La wo A largo Attendance is expected as matt ters of Importance are lOb dis bussed among them arrangeirjentn to for tlisa Initiation of a large elaaa Iff April It la prohibit thin A team froth LoutaviUer 101111 gout tp axe m W 11 Q r I plify the degree work Phil Sheridan Council Is In line shape and ex recta to have loll members in the deari future GOOD TIME Enjoyed by Hibernians at Christening of New Hall Members of Division 2 A 0 II assembled in largo numbers Wednesday Jilght at Schultz Wall whenthoy christened their new home ana spent one of the happiest ovnlngs in the memory of the oldest member Pres ident Con Ford presided and was 1happy In his welcome to the guests and members expressing himself and fellowofficers pleased with th t attendance and the presence or those invited to be present Two now members John Caumcy and Thomas McKenna were re calved into the division and three more were elected Tho President Iimpressed the candidates with the benefits they would receive and In troduced them Michael Keanrey was reported much improved Chairman Charles Obst reported that the Broadway Theater had been secured for February 20 when Divlslodn repo pro ceedings of the County Board and tile steps taken for the celebration of St Patricks day The other business+ was quickly dispatched and adjournment was hat for the social session prepared by Charles Obst anIabundance of refreshments both solid and liquid together with cigars that smoked well Many oldtime members Including Thomas Hannon and William Llnskey were prase and had words of encouragement for 1the division In its new field MORE HONOIJS Are Ready to Be Thrust AldermanoHannon Alderman Edward Hannan ot Paducah Is being solicited by the professione al men to make the race for Mayor of that city Mr Hannan has servedI Paducah as Councilman as Presl1 dent of the Council as Alderman and is now President of the BoardI of Aldermen He rarely loses a fight and If he makes Up his mind1 to become a candidate for the Mayoralty there will bo no doubt of his victory Mr Hannan is a native of Louis vllle and was educated In Louisville Catholic schools As a youth he learned the plumbers trade and about seventeen years ago removed busincdmade him tho leading plumber t r Southwestern Kentucky He II- IlJroud of his Irish blood and hair always been a Democrat U JUICE OX MR DOOLEi IrishIit FinleyIbetter known as Mr Dooley last week Mr Dunne formerly of Chicago now resides iIn New York City and the aforcmen tloned stork not only stopped buthesitatedauddeposited whohispower to you Mr Dooley JOURNALIST TAKES IJitlDK managerthe Y ot and Miss Mary Mulhoarn of the same city were united in mortis 1t St Johns church Syracuse too Rev Father John Mullany 0111 Wednesday of last week Mr Ca sidy Is one of the ablest and best1 known Catholic newspaper men 1 1 toiletcraftsmenyearsMr hAltllSrA party of sixty home buyers InspetheL occupttwoI per sassily conducted by Walter Adams Itthe real estate agent who is so suc Ifsf LoulsH MAOKIN IN TOK10 Mackln Councils Social Club wi doncesInrepresentMacklnaY friends In Toklp Japan The decorations will be of a Japanese duringtheawardedtheunique Japanese costumes FATHER SHERIDAN 1MPRO VKS Rev Fathter John Sheridan ipaslbr of Holy Gross church wlib has been flntiEltzabdhl awsleeks anh1 dn lJulJnghillhave been attending to the parts wttrk i t BELLEVUE LADIES ELECT SrAnthonys church at Bellevue has tosr 1911 Prefeat Catherine Kcarns Vice Prefect Annette Byrne Seer e tary Esther Kearns Treasurer r Francis Craig Librarian Carrie Bricking Organist Bertha Meyers The lality is made ptthe most MAlottf CathoMa yoUnr lladles In1 I Fatwtitrrr Kentucky t- f f- rr Irish Succeed LeaderHlsnselfJ The Irish Nationalist members o Parliament held a private meeting In Dublin on Tuesday Hon John E Redmond was chosen again to bo the leader and all the other officers of the old organization were re elected Former resolutions governing the party were reaffirmed This means that the Irish party ha formed a thorough organization t take up Us work when Parliament t reopens next month The result of the Dublin meeting meets with the approval of Irishmen Redmosod has earned tho of the Irish people His hands have been strengthened by the loyalty of hl colleagues in the past and the rasa of the Dublin conference this week gives him fresh confidence andI hope DETROIT College to Soon Be TurnedI Into a Catholic University Detroit is to have a Catholic university i Plans on foot to enlarge the old Detroit College and change Its name matured last Saturday when permission was received from the State authorities to proceed with the increase of capital There will be a complete change In the policy of the institution The faculty plans to make it a university ntin every sense of the word The negotiations have been concluded with law and medical colleges t absorb those Institutions in the no university Tho names of the colleges that will be taken in have been announced An engineering department will be established T college already has complete literary and commercial courses The reason for the establishment of the university is to keep Catholic you men from attending universities ngof other denominations AGED PRIEST DEAD The diocese of CovIngton lost one of its oldest and most zealous priests In the demise of the Rov Father Bernard Batimcister on Tuesday He was ordained fortyfive years ago and for many years was pastor of St Stephens church In Newport His last charge was at Deconrsey He had been ill several months and died in St Elizabeths Hospital at Covington His funeral took place yesterday and nearly all too clergy In that diocese attended the ob sequles COYLE WAS HURT a9William Coyle a well known member of the Jeffersonvllle Fire department who was thrown from the reel while responding to an supposedtol off duty this week on account oft sindevelopedcti n serious HACK FROM WEST thefltt Rev Father Sermershelm of St Mary of the Knobs near New Al bany spent a couple of days wi t Rev Father Stllleman at El Okla Four other priests were also guests at the rectory Father Ser mersheim visited a number ott Western cities before returning to Indiana i FATHER OIILE RECUPERATES MartinbyLoulgs L weeksOhio had Leon confined to rheans HItots GRAND DIRECTORS CALLED Frank G Adams Chairman of the theYcoiled a meeting of the board at Mackin Council club house on tho afternoon of February 5 An Invitation has been extended also to Grand President Lawo Matters of Importance are to be discussed OLD OFFICERS CHOSEN The Altar Guild of St Mary a church New Albany has reelected the following officers President IlMrs Peter Husson Treasurer Mrs Josephine Falk and Secretary Mrs Den Hinkebein Tho society ha done great work for the sanctuary of St Marys during the past year HIScThe Building Committee ot Chickasaw Council Y M L ofstMemphis reopened its building campaign fund Monday which will con Contidently sufficient sum will be subscribed f erect a Y M I hall and club house that will equal any In the country POSTPONED Because of the death of the Rev William II Gordon the entertain bySLof St John was postponed until next Tuesday night when it willitake Place at St Josephs Hall PATROXAfi FEAST OBSERVED Last Sunday the feast of the Holy Name of Jesus was observed atHoly Name church South Louisville with impressive ceremonies There fuse a high mass and forceful sermon by the pastor the Rev John OCon nor and a large congregation was present J153NWFAIL- t TO ATTEND THE M 8 MOSES GO 8SENSATIONAL End of Season Sale andItChildrens Suits Overcoats Shoes Hats and Heavy Weight Furnishings Mens 18 Suits now945Mens 18 Overcoats now 945IBoys 4 Suits now 1 95 Allother goods at the same proportion M S MOSES CO INCORPORATED 514516 WEST MARKET STREET Arthur L Kinsella Manager I m = JO 1 oarw m m allllThat you spent for something you did not NEED would have started nn SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED m h0twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR 1 m must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the comingngm ofTitle Savings BankItIt t t tand Trust Co t nFifth and Court Place UU tUlOpen Daily Until 3p m Saturdays Until7 p m u = r J IS = r KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur andIProfessional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING I SU KNIGHTS1 OF COLUMBUSi I Late News That Will Interestt Members Here and Else where wlllinj candidates were hbrought Into the foldat Oklahoma City last week Master Ed J Delaney will exam plify the fourth degree at Oklahoma City on February 22 Eight hundred Knights witnessed an impressive exemplifcatlon of the major degree upon a class of 110 at Olean N Y last week Many Knights front Ironton Portsmouth and Huntington were InI Ashland on Wednesday to attend tho ball given by the council there at the Comus Club Michael W Purcell Master fori fourthIdegree to a class of a hundred or more at Colorado Springs on Wash ingtons birthday San Luis Valley Council at Ala mosa Coll while looking otter tho furnishing and building of a hall fiftyscandidates next month and soothe- fifty the latter part of the year Indianapolis Council will give u reception In honor of the members ot the Indiana Legislature who are Knights of Columbus about the mid the of next month Tho reception will be held in the councils new home Indianapolisdabout February 10 The report of the Treasurer of the councils home 111awas subscribed during the past year Attorney J J Kavanagh qt this city will be the orator at the ban quet that will tollow the Initiation nightMrhis eloquence and abilityas a I speaker and the Bluegrass Knights are assured an intellectual treat TIIEAPCIIolheevar popular Kyrlo Bellow Will come to Macaulfeys TJiJeater dur ing the lat half of next wek In his great creation Raffles There will be the usual Saturday matinee Mr Bellew always plays to crowded houses In Uaulsvjlllle and UOladIvance 11eof seats Indicate big suc ce 9rOJr the coming engagement SALE3I PIONEER DEAD The News of Salem Mass a fewI days ago told of the death of Catherine Delaney a venerable res ident ot that city Her funeral took place from the Church of SL Mary J Star of the Sea at Beverly Mass J The deceased was one of the oldest residents of Salem and was well liked by all who know her Besides I her husband she IB survived by five daughters and several grandchildren I o U- I U n 1 If1 t and Saturday and Saturday In His i are now on sale I NEW I PRICES FOR Reserved All Front Row0 Film Clrcle35- Back Rows0 Fam Clrcle5 No Higher 321 W Jefferson 1fOpp interurban Station 7JT7CT ULEYS Thursday Friday Night Matinee KYRLE BELLEW Great Play RAFFLESScats THE AVENUE NEXT WEEK INEW TilE NEW YEAR Seats 50Floor THE THIEFMatinees Tuesday Thursday Saturday 25 HOPKINS THEATER riigh Class Vaudeville AND rMotion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday continuous CASINO AND ORPHEiM I 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 W C CUNNINGHAM HA HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY 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LargeSwhnmlngroolWeUKqulpped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro James Dir PETER Mt ANDRIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET JJLBrownfiellCoL 553 THIRD ST Engineer and Contractor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 784- 6CENTRAL FURNITURE GO Incorporated- N W Cor Third and Green Sts We furnish the home complete on easy payments WM CALLAQHAP Mgr Sales Dept IRISH UNIVERSITY GROWS JrOcTho now National University o Ireland a Catholic Institution with constituent colleges In Dublin Cork and Galway Is proving a suc seas beyond expectations About 1200 students excluding the num ber of young ecclesiastics from May nootb attend the lectures BIG OATHOLICINORIA8K According to advises of the non Catholic press athollclsm is on the Increase throughout the German empire During the past forty years the Catholic population of Prussia has increased from 3325 per cent of the whole to 3580 per cent IdSTER SUNDAY Prom iSlO to 2960 inclusive e Xaeter will fait tnwityt ttMB withinl March and svwtypiM tipiw IIn AprH nlSi r HIBERNIANSl What They Have Been Dolr I the Past WeckOeoeral- Newa Notes The Finance Committee of Divis ion 2 reported the division In splen did condition numerically and financially Division 4 will meet Monday night and every member should at tend Thero will be something do ing every minute An Irish moving picture show will be given for the benefit of Division 2 at the Broadway Theater on Mon day February 20 Tom Dolan says Hibernians never sit while ladles stand in streetcars and the ladles wish that all men were Hibernians Prof M G Rohan of Milwaukee has been invltai to be the St Pat ricks day orator at the Hibernian celebration in San iFrancIsco A number of special meetings of the County Board will be held dur ing the next six weeks and It is the duty of all delegates to attend them Everybody extended the glad hand Tuesday night to Daniel McCarthy who transferred to Division 1 from the division at Kellys Island Ohio Division 3 is to be commended for taking up the home question Every member of the order in this city should give the movement hearty supportHon Mark Ryan paid a nice tribute to State Senator Hogg In his address Tuesday night the friendly sentiments exprrssed being shared In by all his hearers New Albany Hibernians are mov ing along quietly but at the same time they are making all necessary arrangements for a proper observance of St Patricks day James Welch and Charles Obsi know Wow to arrange for a social session They will have charge of the series to be given by Division 2 on the third Wednesday of each monthHon John Ryan Peter J Cusick and Thomas Shelley were warmly welcomed at the meeting of Division 1 Tuesday night Their presence recalled old times and Inspired the newer member3 Thomas Hannon a pioneer Hi bernian and one of the oldest mem bers of the order In KentuckY was given a royal welcome at the meet Ing of Division 2 Wednesday night as was also Rod Hall Fort Wayne Hibernians held their annual reception at the Anthony Wayne Club in that city on Wednesday evening City Atorney Harry Q H Hogan bade the guests welcome and was master of tho feast cityIsbers are being received at every meeting and with the steady In yearwlllMary Corcoran is continuing the work Inaugurated by Miss Rose Sweeney Division 4 will Initiate a class or tobeentertainment committee has ar ranged a programme and bill of fare that will surpass any yet given All members know the reputation Of the Limerick men for hospitality and It Is therefore expected Bentrand Hall will bo filled to the doors Hibernians throughout the coun try were deeply grieved when they received news of the death of Rev HavenConumany State and national conventions NationalChaplainho was ejected and served two years as member of the National Board of DirectorsElks ille was rtheoccasionbeingthat city The youth and beauty of the city turned out in full force And the ball was the social success of tho season For this the committee Is receiving many congratulations and is being urged to give another soon after Easter THE IR GUEST Gov DIx will oe the guest of honor at the Washington birthday CatholicProtectoryRokwell oratorys presentation Governor GOOD SUGGESTION Suppose every Catholic adult in this country should send ten cents to Father Burke of New York on a certain date to assist him In his work for the colored people what a wonderful amount of good the small contribution would do and the dime would never bo missed JEWISH PAPAL NUNCIO Cardinal Nello Papal Nuncio to oxf tion Is of Jewish parentage Atone time he was a homeless boy an orphan taken In by the Franciscan Sisters PASSING OF INDIANS According to late reports there are but 304950 Indians JleTt in the AlaskaThey1 only five States does the number exceed 10000 HAS IJRANCIIEI OUT Ol1tInlol peas iBUccee4iBg his dauber wbto was one of tine moft ipractical eiecWelajw In Kltmtticky The sea exeks the tronl9 er enoyed by Me ftatharil twwmteesi this Slime fatWfaciory serif II f- ifJ j 0 u 1 Semiannual cutprice sale o- fDutchess II i Trousers Sjrongest on EarthII 10c a Button 100 a Rip 250 Grades 148 300 Grades 198 350 Grades 248 400 Grades 298 500 Grades 348 600 Grades 398 1 50 Pants for 99c General olcniiup of other IIlllIcCH lllllll OllfcllCHHI rCJ uliir15O Fouls for OSo a pair e LVYSTHIRD The Bright Spot in Louisville QUIET PANIC Nuns of Notre Dame Lead Children to Safety Tho Sisters of Notro Dame in charge of St Anns mission ana parochial school at Cincinnati qlleted several hundred panic stricken colored children under their caro and marched them to safety on Wednesday morning The mission and school are In a densely populated tenement district and when fire broke out In a publi cchool in tho neighborhood flames quickly spread to several of the tenement houses Mothers of the colored children rushed to the Catholic school be lieving it to be afire Their cries clarmed tho children but the nuns Quieted all foam and promptly marched the children out of tho building arid away to safety Not a child was Injured in any way ACIIILLS ISLE Described by Irish Pastor to Fellowship Clubt A wee bit of an isle anchored where the stormy petrel sings the everlasting chorus of the wild pea rods off the western coast ot Ireland was described by the Rev Father P J Joyce before the Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago last Saturday Although nearly all the listeners were Irish either by birth or descent not a few never hat heard of tho lute which occupies but a dct on the map and is known by the pretty name of Achlll Bur the Isle of Achlll despite poverty and its small size has fostered the old Irish language in flawless purity and Irish legends and Irish characteristics as no section of the Emerald Isle according to Father Joyce who Is pastor of one of tho churches of Achlll Mountains unsleeping sentinels of the Isle cliffs frowning precipitous breasting the Atlantic stone monuments of the ago of giants beloved of antiquarians stretches of moorland undrainca and treeless occupied by about 6000 people living in mud cabins such as Achlll isloy said Father Joyce Hero you will look in vain for a smart set There aro no millionaires nor yet hoboes But in tho simplicity of tho people and their natural refinementthe Inher ited spoils of nineteen centuries pf civilization In the purity of the women and the faithfulnes of the men the aristocracy of nature surely Is there Love stories and romance in real life are not unknown there although men aro so handicapped in their struggle for food that they select their partners in life with a view to providing themselves with a helpmate rather than a valentine But should a husband be not demon tokissshe does not deem herself justified itf seeking redress in the divorce courts Neither does the appearance thatstumbling bythopart in tho lifo over there as to cause any serious uneasiness J Yet beauty is there a profusion impotence andpridespurebloodglow with beautiful thoughts that burn below Father Joyce told how three fourthijof the population ofAcnllt l1elaBdand cities of life Fat erJoyce has been In Amdrlca for two years and expects to return to his parish In a- few months DATE OF CONSECRATION ItIsanaou oonsecraUpt Ann ArlMHy as Auxiliary Bishop of ltbe dloMMl of Detroit will tak AuArborl II 1 0 r IRELAND Record of the float Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges ITho ordination has taken place in Eoughrea Catholic church of the Rev Peter Callaghan of Gurteen County Sligo The body of the young man Pat rick ORourke who met his death by drowning in the Abbey river has not yet been recovered sentenced connection with cattle driving at KInvarra have been released Close on a hundred of those on indoor and outdoor relief in the Bailicborough Union have been granted the old age pension CountyWexfordleft personal estate valued at 105000 Ho loft large bequests to hospitals and charitable Institutions Michael Murray of Cells has been elected Master of the Kolls Workhouse Thero were four can didates for the position and the interest estTwo deaths that caused deep sor row at Dundalk were those of Joseph Campbell and Mrs B Cannon both held In high esteem ano countrlLouth IenmarelCountyI expected that the mine will be opened this year A sequel to the burning of Pat rick McGowans house at Carrlck McIGowansInJurieswastotallyAccording to the annual report submitted at the Nenagh conference SocletItwinterluncheonshadchildren at the local schools atLlsnadarraHebelonged thodistrictcenturywasmovement National suddenly at his residence at Tydav childrenForbeenPrincipaland was held in high esteme by all classes in County Monoghan McHaloregrettedTho 1tcHalosmOmberan ardent Gaelic Leaguer The fu neral was everBeenAta MullIngartheClerk160persons relieforhouseentitledInJanuaryonlytwothepensionMuch Inandthreatened arespectedOReillyagreedsamemannerhlasbeingagobuthasheenHOPKINS THEATER Hopkins toullugattractions the fleam of iLeClalno andSampson in burlesque stunts which tUIITheyndldthecircus provlde Anothertaprnteilerclen nnd Eliteworth the pair who ar said to be able to give the fashion plates points when it comes to clothes and who are also classy singers and dancers AVENUE THEATER The Thldf a dramla whose mo live Is tin lore ofia wamalni will open a weeks engagement at this Avenue Theater tomorrow Blonde Shirley n talented actives welt and favorably known itk Louisville audiences will have Mo leading feminine role Regular matlnoeyi afle announced for Tutesday Thursday said Saturday CASINO AND ORPHEUAf Vlmt will oilndoubtiedly prove a most artistic and Interesting motion picture treat is the forthcoming bills at the Casino and Orphouin The films are said to be itlila best ever brought to this city and lucludetols tonic dramatic and comedy subjects that should prove popular WOMANS REST IIEhlEIl In lauding the great leaders in the advance of woman tho suf fragists forget the work of tho Catholic church The church has dona more to raise the position of woman than any other Institution ever In existence POPE PIUS IS WELL Rumors that Pope Plus X was suffering from a severe attack of gout were dented by cable on Wednesday Front authentic sources It was learned that His Holiness is enjoying the bast of health ANOTHER VNIVERSlTiT OTlAlEI Catholic studeits at ttto University of Iowa unrtooleadel8hlplf their chapjatn hey F ther Murphy have aehapelefor pat oikaarvlces at t9Nt untrlll Mty o 1 FRANK FEHR BREWIN Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY 4 OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INOORPORATEDLOUISVXLLE BT 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 Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191ornoPhone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN l BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE W All the late and new Styles and Shapes I can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us FOR Furniture Of Ul Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYERf 419 W MARKET ST GERMAN DISCOVERY A slew liquified gas invented in Germany and sold to consumers In steel drums Is monpolsonons give an lntenaaly white light In mantle burners and Is said to be thrice aft powerful aa ordinary city gut when U l3d in engines I nNRPIlVLYNN- News item George Washington Murphy of Cayenne and Miss Anna Flynn of Baltimore vrofo married yesterday nftertnoon at st MaryV Roman Catholic church Bayonno Both are coloredyy TWILL SAVE TIME Try greasing the bottom and sides of dishes you are gblng to cook rice oatraeml or koraiy lhc It saves touch tinge In disk yMklmgv such thln B seldom cmek un e thlstmt Use butter or l rll PtlDll o- R BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses HeleotroparEtc IICemetery Work a PRICES specialty JACOB SCHU THE FLORII 550 S FOURTH Both Phones 22 HENRY AAIJi JJIPP DYER AND CLEAN Ladles and Gents Wearing Appall WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3633 528 Fifth Strttt HENRY HUNOLD EEALIeR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries VA FIRST CLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old WhlaWes a Specialty Home PIOPP 43M 540 W WAtnT MONON ROITh BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BEST LINE TO French Lick andJWest QldP UNION STATIC- LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO 0 Mulflg and rrlrCul Palace Or 1Resin SUfpcrt IrHW Cor Fourth and 1J LouUyil kiL IF iirVT T 1 r K v7CTC Y IRSI AMERICAN Oee E ONN1 i ONOON00ePROMINENT ZENSi RECOMMEND DR HOODS MAY BLOSSOM HONEY I When well known men recommend remedy for Coughs Asthma BronII eoIpiefailed It contains no morphine or other anodyne poisons which are so dan gerous in other cough remedies These poisonous cough remedies frequently ruin children making them weaklings for life May Blossom Honey contains none of these poisons It is absolutely harmless yet infallibly relieves croup and whooping cough Louisville Ky Dec 13 1910 MAY BLOSSOM HONEY CO Gentlemen I have for the past thirty years suffered more or less with an affliction of the throat During this time I triedalmosteverything on the market For the past ten days I have been using May Blossom Honey and I must say that the relief is s6 marked that I am confident that with a continuous use of your remedy for another month my troubles will have RespectfullyJOHN R PFLANZ I entirely disappeared Jailer Jefferson County Kentucky J i Louisville Ky November 17 1910 J Dir Sir In response to your inquiry will say that I have had occasion to use May Blos Honey and have observed its effects when used by others and in my opinion it is the effective remedy for the ailments for which it is recommended Very sincerely yours IIsom West Market Street EDWARD SCHOPPENHORST Price Twentyfive Cents Per Bottle at All Druggists I II MAY BLOSSOM HONEY CO INCORPORATED SEVENTH AND BROADWAY LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY NNN4iN000NON00 NN ONNNON N NooNNeN NNONNONN N i For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE i iIIii My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best I J 4 J JAMES GREENE I 425 427 and 429 East Market Stree- t0OM0010NN 3 + N Values OurPiano == In advertising our piano values and our methods It is our purpose to advise with all along intelligent linesthe course to pursue in selecting a pianoone of real worth for the money you invest We arc 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 of cash as first payment Our oneprice policy must convince even the most doubt Ing uf our superior service in treating one customer the same as another and is a point to be Well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite Inspections and comparison- w L 1 MONTENEQRORIEHM1 MUSIC CO Incorporated 1 6QUSa6BO FOURTH AVENUE uuuu I GIVE A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with my New Blend Coffee at J 2 12 CJPhone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY fleas Phone I3U aitt W MARICEST OT1 BX T- VBXfxaooI IIEWANTYoURWORK Prepared to Do It Promptly II IIIIWereand in FirstClass S- tyle9RINTING I Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers EtccDance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 019 VEST GREEN STREET 4w oe t GEHER SON of frv 215 WEST MARKET STREET 8811 TIII caraBRATJtD NNORTH SraR REFRIGERATORR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Fpractlcalf ere dAfrable In a Gas Range J rIh QLItr al I atb e CONVERT LEAGUE GeneralI Meeting Called For Sunday Night Jan uary 29 iThe Executive Committee of the newly organized Catholic Convert League of Louisville at a meeting held this week decided to call a general meeting of those who have signified their intention of becontii members This moeffng will take place at the Knights o f Coiumb hall 81C South Fourth avenue Sunday i evening January 29 at 8 oclock The object of the league not only to devise ways and means of presenting the teachings of the Catholic church to nonCatholics but also to enlarge among Catholics theSto r the regular practice of its duties The dissemination of Catholic liter ature and truth the correction of false and prejudicial articles the es tabllshmont of a bureau of Information are among Its alms Its membership is not limited to convertse but Is open to all Catholics Simile organizations have already been es tablished In Now York and Wash Ington The establishment of the local league has been brought abo through the efforts of the Rev Xavier Sutton C Pand ReYk C P Raffo All who desire to Join the league are Invited to be present this meeting STILL HUSTLING Mackins Members Continue to Work forP Council meetingMackin ht of was unusually large and the ordlnary routine business was hustled through to give a clear way for th special order of business announces for 9 oclock and referred to in another column President Srimuel Robertson occupied the chair and transacted business like a veteranI James Calmback and Dan Quill who unJ who InjurelegPflanz were reported Improving 1 was decided to hold the next initia WashIng10nsCharles S Raldy reported that everything was in readiness for the euchre on Wednesday evening ana Thomas D Clines announced that preparations for the next opera were satisfactoryCashIon fashionWEJIING AT OARMSLK Miss Ella McRohan of Carlisle and Charles Lavln of Mlllersburg were united in marriage by the Rev SJohns day morning The bride Is th- harming e daughter of Mr and Mrs John McRoban of Carlisle and a brother of John D McRohan of wolknownThhappyresidence at JIlllerBburg POLICE THIRTY YKAUS j GGraingermade j policoMonday was the anniversary of their keptbusymanyiendsLouisilleactive member ot the force whileanII Homage Is stationed at headquarters g itoi continue long In the servlcoiJ I LOUlSVIIJLEELimliTES Louisville will be well and ablyLrepresented at the Southern Congress to be held in At nta next March Gov Vlll8pn TuesdayThey lfigaaJudgea u p 1 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O It DIVISION 1 Meets at Palls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President William Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kinsRecordIng Secretary = Joseph E Farr lI Financial Secretary James J DorlulrtBsurerThonias P Lawler So geantatArmsLouis Roller DIVISION 2 Meet First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway President C J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording Secretary William T Mcahan Financial SecretaryJohn J KeaneyTreasureJames Welsh SergeantatArms W S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteehth and Portland President D J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFinancial SecretaryJ G Hes sionTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Striven Sentinel Thomas Noon ONDIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Hertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresIdentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John Jr Barry Financial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatArms William Cal1 laghanSenUnelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday tgAt Elks Hall County President Lawrenc- us Ford PresidentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy isRecording SecretaryHugh Mc Grody Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan Treasurer Raymond Stanton SergeantatArms Michael Gar ritySentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y 3VI I MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Clu b House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice Presidents Joseph J Hancock A C Link Financial Secretary F G Adams utRecording Secretary R Osborne Corresponding Secretary H Ker berg V- Treasurer=W A Link MarshalL H Sheehan atInside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart Ford Judge William G Dearing Gilbert S Cowan William A Robinson and Col Harry Weisslngcr Nino others tram other parts of Kentucky were also appoint- edPREPARINI For Cardinal Gibbons Ju bliss at Baltimore In Junge bafs been mapped out for the observancei of tho golden Jubilee of Cardinal Gibbons ordination to thq priest Hood and the silver Jubilee of th bestowal upon him of the re beretta of the Cardlnalate It Is understood that the celebration willi be held June 30 the anniversary of tthe dual event Since the first of the year there has been some dis- cussIon I of the nature of tho function by both clergy and laity A meet ing of the priests will be called on the return of Bishop Corrigan Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore from a trip to the West Indies which the Bishop and several priests will be gin January 24 and which will last three weeks The Cardinal when he heard of the efforts being made to have a celebration lot It b known that he wanted as little dis play as possible At present It Is contemplated to have a service In the Baltimore Cathedral to which church dignitaries from all over the country will bo Invited A proces I slon of all the school children of the arohdiocese Is being consIdered and some arrangements along thlfII line may be carried out Following I the celebration cn Baltimore It is contemplated holding a reception of the Catholic University To this re cepUon it Is expected that President Taft and other Government officials will bo Invited together with the members of foreign embassies andEJ legations and the South American theefirst time a dual event of this kind t occurred in this country and as thos Cardinal Is known throughout the world it will attract much attention GREAT HEBREW CONFERENCE The twentysecond council of the Union of American Hebrew Congre ations the llargest and in many re gatherlngInJewish congregations held its meet YorkCitylaymen from all parts of the United were In attendance The ulsvl11e delegates Included Rabbi BackbonesCharlesfolder A Levy Arnold Levy Joseph Mosee Bernard Sellfg tan Alfred andEmanueletaetock G fi 11 0 yooo ooo w = +xO oT Hr ol Iroo1 ooxooo I M oo M N I M S1 x w1 Iw ooXooX I= tSUBSCRIBE FOR THE11AA r- i 1i KENTUCKY I II 11tt AMERICANtt f1 I x dooj j7 7t jiffoNE VV 100 sz DOLLAR PER YEAR too i j WanttAll the News and Particulars of Happenings ir in Catholic Circles Here and Elsewhere Take This Paper Xx xlIIA A A f xJro F r VXM XK X X i wp W q ooooooox9OOO0000000 00 PRIEST SUCCUMBS Typhoid Fever Proves Fatal to Rev Father Gordon Tho Right Rev Denis ODona hue Bishop ot Louisville went Now Albany on Wednesday to oft elate at the solemn mass of requiem over the remains of Father William H Gordon who died at St EdI wards Hospital on Sunday Tho services were held in St Marys church and the sanctuary w thronged with members of asd clergy from Southern Indiana Louisville Death resulted fro typhoid fever after a long illness Father Gordon was a native of Har risen county Indiana and was forty years old ofoMrs John Gerdon who survives him and was one of three brothers who entered the priesthood The other two are Rev Father Charles F Ger don of North Madison and Rev Josoph Gordon of Loogootee Ind Fathers William and Charles Gerdon were ordained at St Meinrads Ab bey on the same day June 3 1903 The deceased is survived also by two JosephGerdonnil of Harrison county Indiana Father Gerdon was a zeaous young priest and was Beloved by all who knew orJhe spent a brief period as andheWashingtonJnd senttofor interment FINE SHAPE St George Council Y M I Preparing New Class atCarrolltonmeetinglast MCaseyville GrandPresidentSpirited addresses were made H Henry Heuser and President Casper HillThe Council appointed two com mittees one to secure new quarters larger and more centrally located and the arrangeIfromLouIsville fifteenCouncil is In better shape than for several years past and has a nice balance in its treasury SUlUKME DIHKCTOltS MKKT The Supremo Board of Directors helditsNewHavenreport of the Supreme Secretary showed that the assets of the order thatthero theetheewas decided to re move the ban that has hitherto pre SouthernStatesmembers NUX IJIOVES HEROINE Flnmes of unknown origin de stroyed St Josephs Orphan Asylum earlyWednesdayorphan Inmates were led to safety without loss of life or injury Sister afterhelping burningbuildinggirls who were too 111 to walk A burningtructure = satisfy herself that all the inmates were safe After her work was fin ished the heroine nun fainted The main building was destroyed en tailing a loss of 76000 l SULLIVAN HONORED j His many Louisville friends were glad to learn on Monday that Hon I Jere A Sullivan of Richmond had matteVice j the TrUst Companys section of the National Bankers Association i AngelesCalThevery high honor for which Mr I Sullivan feels proud Mr Sullivan Presidentofposy of Richmond U n 1a seerv Dandy Stock Farm 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